Before and after? Always.
It is illegal to drive under the influence, just as it is to drive while drinking.What am I missing
The thread starts with someone getting into a car with a driver smoking a joint, justified by the fact that it is legal to buy in Washington. Is it also legal to operate a motor vehicle under the influence? Explain how this is different from getting into a vehicle with a driver with an open beer.
With all of the comments about e bikers being dangerous because of a lack of handling skills, we now have posters talking about compromised skills like it is desirable
I was relating a story that happened in the 1970s. Deal with it.i'm not debating whether legalizing is good or bad. However getting into a truck with someone and smoking while driving down the road is an issue. I've done some stupid things in my life, I just don't make it sound like it was a good experience. This is how I read your first post.
I would think it is pretty clear, riding while impaired is not something to be bragging about, legal or not.
That's a bit like saying "I can hold my couple of beers really well, so what's the danger with me driving?". Just like with alcohol BAC, beyond a certain THC limit you are legally impaired- regardless if you think the MJ strain is benign or not.I was relating a story that happened in the 1970s. Deal with it.
Cycling after taking a toke is not dangerous. Cycling while blotto is. If you don't know the difference, then we have nothing more to discuss. Those who do know the difference might enjoy the information.