Zach Galifianakis Smokes a Joint on TV

Zach Galifianakis Smokes a Joint on TV

Bill Maher, host of HBO‘s Real Time with Bill Maher, sat a little straighter as actor Zach Galifianakis lit up a joint and started smoking it during an appearance on the show to discuss the legalization of marijuana. Do you think it’s part of the act, or is he just nuts?

via: Time NewsFeed

6 thoughts on “Zach Galifianakis Smokes a Joint on TV

  1. Bill Maher is my idea of the perfect man — almost. But he's surely very close. If he were just Arab with a hot accent… I would stalk him.

    I don't think Zach Galifianakis is nuts — I think he's making a very valid point. Marijuana should be legal… and alcohol should be illegal. Statistics prove which is more deadly when used in excess, and which is addictive. Alcohol is physically addictive, leading people to alcoholism and the negative effects which come with that. Marijuana isn't physically addictive (psychologically, yes). But the body doesn't crave it, and therefore ceasing the use doesn't cause withdrawl symptoms, sickness, etc.

    Additionally, there's no health benefit to alcohol, where there are many with minimal marijuana use.

  2. American Girl I bet you Holland is your absolute favorite place in the world!? :)

    Yeah, I See his point. A Marijuana possession with a prescription is already legal in the state of California. So why not make it legal for everyone.

  3. Ohhh, Q-80, I'm truly a good girl and always behave… really. Personally I don't like the idea of a chemical having any control of my mind at all. I'm already a bit insane — I don't need an extra push :)

    My opinion comes purely from being from America where people are killed daily in drunk driving accidents. Yet there's very little evidence to support deadly accidents due to marijuana use. Alcohol skews the nervous sytem, marijuana slows it down and makes one more perceptive. Less dangerous.

    I believe if it were made legal, and sold in government regulated stores (similar to ABC stores which sell alcohol), and taxed at about 24% (like alcohol), we could eliminate the national debt in… hmmm, 2 years or less.

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