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Marijuana: A Second Class Addiction

Marijuana: A Second Class Addiction (MASCA) sets out to investigate the popular misconception that it is not possible to become dependent on or addicted or m…


  1. im 14, i feel the addiction, but i can handle it, every 2 months i stop for
    a month so my tolerance goes down and that works great for me

    Posted by MrPrOnE4YoUrLiFe

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 7:48 pm

  2. In 4 days I will have my 3 year anniversary freed from my addiction to
    weed. It is addictive in a sneaky way. It takes over your life very slowly.
    I’m not saying that there aren’t people that can’t handle
    it recreationaly as there are people who can handle alcohol recreationaly
    But to tell people that they can not become addicted is a lie that those of
    us who have been addicted owe it to society to talk about publicly. Thanks
    for making this documentary. 

    Posted by gfreakj

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 8:21 pm

  3. I’ve been taking a break from smoking, and I’ve got no problems. Life
    itself is a trip, and coming from a guy who loves cannabis, being high all
    the time actually gets really boring sometimes. The more you think of
    yourself as an addict, the more it becomes a problem for you. Find a hobby.
    Get a career. Take self-responsibility, stop blaming external circumstances
    for your problems. Take up meditation. I’m not denying cannabis dependency
    is a very real problem for many individuals, but the approach for this
    documentary could have been a lot better. You can find extremes for even
    the littlest things. Where’s the documentary on coffee withdrawal? My
    personal vice has been Internet addiction. Then again, I need to use it for
    work and communications purposes, and I know what my goals are.

    Posted by psychedelicpiper

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 8:42 pm

  4. cant believe all these comments, what he’s saying people is actually true I
    have the exact same symptoms and when he mentioned the dreams I knew he’s
    in the same position as I am.
    People will never understand what it feels like to be always dependent,
    always craving non stop thinking, non stop wanting of a substance unless it
    actually happens to them, and when it does they wont notice until they
    loose everything, and they have the nerve to judge and call addicts
    attention seekers and retards.

    Posted by FLAW

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 9:33 pm

  5. How very poorly “acted” and fake! Utter drivel! Cannabis is the kindest
    drug I know of , it is about as addictive as fucking coffee,
    withdrawal=nothing. I use it all the time, after years of use ran out,
    didn’t matter! ffs The government are probably behind this FAKE
    documentary of bullshit. I hope they don’t legalise it because they’d only
    stuff it up and make it too weak and mess around with it, they should
    definitely decriminalize it. Cannabis is HARMLESS!

    Posted by Sir To You

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 9:49 pm

  6. Parents paid him 42000 dollars 😉 ifuknowhatimean

    Posted by crawford Snow

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 10:45 pm

  7. So whats the point of this video? You can be addicted to anything.
    weed, booze, cigarettes, coffee,food, heck some people are addicted to
    throwing up food.
    It certainly doesn’t mean everyone will be or get addicted.

    Posted by Bill Pierpont

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 11:42 pm

  8. its difficult to be a weed addict at a young age.
    If there were no laws on weed in the UK if people were aloud to buy them at
    certain places where you need to be over the age of 21 then I myself (at
    the age of 12) wouldn’t of bought it from a drug dealer and non stop
    smoking it till I was 15.
    at that time I had the most important exams of high school and then I
    realised my times up, my GCSE exams were near, I got kicked out the year
    before for not attending school cause I was constantly everyday high
    smoking 10 spliffs through out the entire day.
    I practically missed all my GCSE learning and studying, had no school at
    the time, had to steal some money from my mom so I could stop my craving.
    Now im still addicted still smoking it, going college but have okayish
    grades on GCSE mainly Cs and Ds because I was so addicted that when I did
    try to study I was unable to do it and had to be high, but when I was high
    it felt like eternity and when my high finished I just wanted to repeat the
    entire process every single fucking day.
    Weed addiction should actually be treated seriously, people knew I was a
    stoner and yet they didn’t do shit government people knew social services
    knew and they didn’t care.
    they don’t see it as a addiction but as a act of rebellion they don’t
    understand, one bitch had the nerve to tell me that im only smoking it
    because im following the crowd I wanted to slap that ugly bitch in the face
    so bad.
    for her to tell me im not addicted but im only smoking weed every single
    day for the past 4-5 years because im trying to impress the “crowd”
    ignorance like that needs to be stopped.

    Posted by FLAW

    Link | March 7th, 2014 at 11:46 pm

  9. If Weed is the drug that makes you neglect schoolwork, loose a job, mess up
    a relationship or anything else it has nothing to do with Weed, there is NO
    withdrawal and its the only Drug where moderation is pathetically easy. I
    could not stop drinking for seven years until I got on the right medication
    and Alcoholism compared to habitual Pot smoking is night and day. Being a
    functional responsible Stoner is easy, with Alcoholism, once you start
    morning maintenance your fucking done for…

    Posted by XKushify

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 12:31 am

  10. this looks soooo scripted

    Posted by beatboxlengend

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 12:52 am

  11. Addiction is not a disease in my opinion, it is a symptom of underlying
    issues the individual needs help treating, or is afraid to treat themselves
    because they don’t want to look at the past choices that led them to where
    they are. Marijuana certainly is not going to kill you, what will kill you
    are self defeating and self sabotaging believes that you let filter the
    lenses by which you perceive your reality. This damaged thinking is the
    Addiction, the Set and Setting by which one does a behavior and the
    attitude they bring to an experience based on their past beliefs will
    affect everything. Not all drug use is abuse, even with hard drugs
    (although a much more rare occurrence). And contrary to what is said, the
    Drug of choice does matter because it reflects the values and experiences
    of the individual.

    Between two users, using a Drug when your suicidal and depressed, compared
    to a reward for a hard worked day, feeling self affirmed and empowered and
    self actualized which one do you think will use in a more destructive
    fashion? Set and Setting applies to everything you do, not just drugs, your
    belief is the reality. Once the underlying issue is addressed, the person
    will becoming willing to reduce their drug use or grow out of it. Tough
    Love and Interventions will NEVER work, and the War on Drugs in many ways
    creates the very Addiction epidemic it claims to want to stop. By fueling
    hateful stigmas about Drug Addicts and Drugs in general, then encouraging
    prescription abuse a message of hypocrisy is made clear. The
    fundamentalists movements disease the mind, and sabotage individual self
    realization, which is at the heart of positive life changes for any
    behavior that is detrimental to one’s existence. 

    Posted by Simon Stravitz

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 1:07 am

  12. to the poor little rich kid desperately seeking attention and validation
    who made this lame excuse for a documentary… quit trying to slum it and
    make people feel sorry for you. as a recovering heroin addict I honestly
    take offense to you comparing your pot smoking to serious addictions,
    addictions that kill people and destroy their lives and the lives of those
    who love them. This whole thing is a joke and you should be embarrassed
    for putting it out there for people to see. Get over yourself and grow
    up. pathetic.

    Posted by erica lastname

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 1:30 am


    Posted by Óh facu

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 2:16 am

  14. great documentary, really inspiring me to quit smoking weed because it
    tearing apart every aspect of my life

    Posted by Alex Smith

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 2:58 am

  15. withdraws are caused by receptors on your cells specifically designed to
    receive a chemical, when they don’t get that chemical, the more you do the
    drug the more receptors you have, the more the receptors demand that
    chemical, when you don’t have the chemical the receptors send out painful
    demands in the form of withdrawls, it IS addictive, anger can be addictive,
    depression can be addictive, anything your cells can make a receptor for
    can be addictive, this is how addictions work!

    Posted by damok9999

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 3:15 am

  16. You don’t sound crazy. Thanks for making this. It helped me today

    Posted by Lee Stevenson

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 3:46 am

  17. i am not addicted to weed, i am addicted to being high, like a fitness
    freak needs his jog in the morning, i need my joints through the day, i
    could stop but need that joint, like the same way a kid needs his xbox, for
    me life is better high(in the aspect of my world in how i see things atm)

    Posted by cra bunday

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 4:06 am

  18. Excellent video and thanks for posting.

    Posted by Chris Donohoe

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 5:00 am

  19. If weed is actually addictive, the only withdraw symptom is wanting to
    smoke more weed. That’s literally it. The only concerning thing is doing it
    all the time. Everything in moderation is key, but if you like weed so much
    to smoke it all the time, you’re going to do it, and your government can’t
    stop you in the end. So being safe with it, like legalization, would save
    thousands upon thousands of people thrown in jail just for smoking a little
    weed to unwind. It’s ridiculous how our governments have made pot such a
    bad thing, when really it does nothing besides make ya eat, sleep, and
    laugh <3

    Posted by Bailey Peterson

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 5:47 am

  20. It depends what you class as addiction and withdrawal. When I quit weed,
    sure I didn’t feel the withdrawal one would feel from heroin, but I
    struggled to sleep for about a week and also couldn’t keep down any food
    for the first 2/3 days, I would also randomly feel hot then very cold, just
    because it isn’t psychically addictive doesn’t mean that when you try and
    break the habit you won’t experience bad withdrawals that will make you
    want to smoke again to get rid of them, I’m living proof and so are my

    Posted by Alpaca bong

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 5:47 am

  21. i wonder why they always go to extremes in these documentaries. why don’t
    they just take someone who either smokes ‘normally’ or consumes it in
    different forms. this guy spat out black pieces. a normal user takes a
    break once a cough goes on for a couple of days.

    Posted by josef hoebbels

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 5:55 am

  22. another thing thats really funny is tommy chong was put in prison for
    selling bongs he got offered weed everyday in prison but denied it to use
    the time in prison for himself hes the biggest or one of the biggest
    stoners in the world if he can do it anyone can i dont know why people make
    such a continous deal about it

    Posted by DustinMcgee TroyCE

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 6:31 am

  23. The host is such a bitch. I agree pot is addictive (I’m a user) but he
    makes shit so much worse in his mind.

    Posted by DiegoVT91

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 6:52 am

  24. nice fake video

    Posted by Carlos Azevedo

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 7:09 am

  25. Weed is somewhat mildly habit forming but i think saying its addictive is
    pushing it. You can quit anytime you want dip shit.

    Posted by Joe Dimarco

    Link | March 8th, 2014 at 8:07 am

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