What is a “Buzzed Driver?”
Police in States that have approved recreational marijuana now warning drivers not to drive buzzed and drunk and have come up with another type of word warnings in addition to “stoned.”
For example, in Monterey California, this ThanksgivingHoliday, their warning reads, “Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving.”
Purpose of This Post….
…is to warn States contemplating approval of now warning of a new word they will have to understand when they take their driving tests, “Buzzed,” or” Stoned.”.
For those who do not know what driving in a buzzed condition means, perhaps this following proverb written3000 years ago might help them to understand.
Your eyes will see strange sights, and your mind will imagine confusing things. (Proverb 23:33)
What’s My Point?
In a previous post I presented an October 18, 2018 report how traffic accidents are increasing in States that approved recreational marijuana and why Auto Insurance will increase for everybody in the Nation as a result. The word used in that report was “Stoned” instead of “Buzzed”
In My Opinion,
Drunk, Buzzed, Stoned, all mean the same. Fools, Foolish, Folly.
Read the previous post in the Source Links below.
Will you have second thoughts in Illinois about the referendum you approved in the last election when you see your insurance rates rise?
Do you really believe drug problems and policing will be reduced when more people have access to buy recreational marijuana when it becomes legalized in your State?
Will you buy a larger vehicle to protect yourself and your family to reduce the risk of injury when auto accidents increase in your State same as in States that have approved recreational marijuana. Keep in mind, that people in small cars are at higher risk of injury especially when they crash with larger vehicles.
Do you believe crime will decrease and drug sellers will disappear once legalized recreational marijuana is approved when the CDC states that a significant number of people who indulge in marijuana are susceptible to become addicted and perhaps move on to hard drugs?
Regards and good will blogging.
Monterey California Article
Chicago Tribune and Bloomberg Article