March 4, 2015 - Yes We Cannabis

  • 03/04/2015

Adam Carolla, Carl Hart, Roland Martin and Michelle Buteau join Larry to talk about the growing acceptance of legalizing marijuana in the U.S.

TONIGHTLY IT'S BEEN A YEAR SINCECOLORADO LEGALIZED MARIJUANA. WE

WILL BE ASKING HAS IT WORKED? WHAT ARE SOME OF THE ISSUES? ARE

YOU GOING TO PASS THAT FATTY ORWHAT? IT WAS ALSO JUST

LEGALIZED IN OUR NATION'SCAPITOL, GREAT JUST WHAT

CONGRESS NEEDS, A DRUG THATMAKES YOU WORK LESS.

>> YEP, WE ARE DISCUSSING THEPROS AND CONS OF LEGAL WEED.

AND IF TIME PERMITS WE WILLSPEND FOUR HOURS DISCUSSING HOW

WEIRD HANDS ARE.

>> SO GRAB THE ZIGZAGS AND SORTOUT THE SEEDS AND STEMS.

THIS IS THE NIGHTLY SHOW!

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

WOW.

WHAT A GREAT CROWD.

WELCOME TO THE NIGHTLY SHOW.

THANK YOU.

I AM LARRY WILMORE.

>> MAN, I AM FEELING GOODTONIGHT, FOLKS.

I MEAN, FINALLY! WASHINGTONPASSES A LAW THAT MATTERS!

WASHINGTON DC JOINED FOUR OTHERSTATES IN ALLOW RECREATIONAL

MARIJUANA USE OVER THEOBJECTIONS OF CONGRESS.

>> YEAH, MR. SPLIFF GOES TOWASHINGTON.

IT'S ABOUT TIME.

AND PROPS TO YOU,MR. PRESIDENT.

>> YOU SAW THIS BEFORE, YOUTHIS, YOU SAW THIS COMING.

YES, WE CANNABIS.

AND SHOUT OUT TO YOU, SENATORROY BLUNT, FOR OBVIOUS

SEMANTIC REASONS.

OKAY.

SO BESIDES DC, WHAT'S THECURRENT COUNT OF WEED FRIENDLY

STATES?

>> 23 STATES NOW ALLOW FORMEDICINAL MARIJUANA AND THREE

OTHERS BEYOND COLORADO,WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND ALASKA

PLUS THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIAHAVE ALSO VOTED IN RECREATIONAL

POT, A TREND THAT WILL LIKELYCONTINUE.

>> Larry: SO RECREATIONALMARIJUANA IS A TREND THAT WILL

LIKELY CONTINUE? OKAY.

BUT NOT MY HIP CATCHPHRASE, IT'SBONER TIME!

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> YOU COULD HAVE WARNED ME

BEFORE I ORDERED ANOTHER 15,000IT'S BONER TIME DEEP V NECKS.

THAT'S ALL I'M SAYING, ALLRIGHT? BUT THIS ISN'T ABOUT ME.

EVEN IF ALL STATES AREN'T ONBOARD, MOST AMERICANS ARE

LEANING THAT WAY.

51 PERCENT SAID MARIJUANA SHOULDBE LEGALIZED, 47 PERCENT SAID IT

SHOULDN'T, WHILE THE LASTTWO PERCENT SAID, WHAT WAS THE

QUESTION AGAIN.

>> WHAT PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW IS,WHAT ARE THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS

OF LEGALIZING MARIJUANA? ANDNOW THAT IT'S BEEN IN THE

LABORATORY OF DEMOCRACY FOR AYEAR, LET'S CHECK IN WITH

COLORADO TO SEE HOW THEY HAVEHASHED OUT THEIR HASHISH LAWS.

>> MARIJUANA HAS BEEN LEGAL INCOLORADO FOR A WHOLE YEAR.

AND THE STATE HAS ADDED$60 MILLION IN REVENUE.

>> 60 MILLION IN REVENUE? WHOKNEW THERE WAS MONEY IN DRUGS?

SURPRISE! AND THAT 60 MILLIONFIGURE REALLY BECOMES IMPRESSIVE

WHEN THE STATE REVEALED THEYWERE ALL DELIVERED IN CRUMPLED

UP ONES.

>> BUT THERE HAS GOT TO BE ADOWN SIDE, RIGHT?

>> THE SMELL OF WEED, PEOPLE INTHIS COMMERCE CITY NEIGHBORHOOD

SAY THAT SERVE IS, STENCH IS SOSTRONG AT TIMES THEY CAN'T EVEN

GO OUTSIDE.

>> I MEAN, IT'S NOT LIKE PEOPLECHOOSE TO LIVE IN COLORADO FOR

THE CLEAN FRESH AIR.

STOP COMPLAINING, YOU GUYS

>> NOW, LOOK AT THIS.

THE STATE HAS A THREE PERCENTDROP IN TRAFFIC FATALITIES.

BUT THAT MIGHT BE CORRELATEDWITH THE FOUR PERCENT INCREASE

IN PEOPLE NOT GOING WHEN THELIGHT TURNS GREEN.

>> TRAFFIC LIGHT THEATRE.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>>

>> Larry: TRAFFIC LIGHTTHEATRE.

GOING OFF-OFF-BROADWAY WITH THATONE, BABY.

>> ANOTHER NEGATIVE IMPACT OFLEGALIZED WEED IS THAT MEXICAN

DRUG CARTELS ARE NOW TRYING TOPUSH CHEAPER HEROIN.

BUT ON THE POSITIVE SIDE,CHEAPER HEROIN.

ALL RIGHT, I GUESS I AM ASYRINGE HALF FULL KIND OF GUY.

THAT'S JUST ME.

>> I CAN'T SPEAK FOR EVERYBODY.

ALSO, UTAH IS IN THE MIDST OFDECIDING WHETHER OR NOT THEY

WANT TO GET IN THE MARIJUANAGAME, BUT THEY ARE HAVING SOME

UNIQUE PROBLEMS.

>> SPECIAL AGENT MATT FAIRBANKSTOLD THE STATE'S SENATE PANEL

THAT DOING SO COULD RESULT INUNWANTED EFFECTS ON WILDLIFE,

PARTICULARLY RABBITS.

HE SAID THAT THE SMALL FURRYMAMMALS ARE AT RISK OF BECOMING

ADDICTED AND LOSING THEIRNATURAL INSTINCTS.

>> STONER RABBITS ARE LOSINGTHEIR NATURAL INSTINCTS? I HOPE

THEY DON'T LOSE THEIR NATURALINSTINCT TO POOP OUT DELICIOUS

CREAM-FILLED EGGS AT EASTERTIME.

STAY ON THAT, SPECIAL AGENT MATTFAIRBANKS.

YOU'RE OUR ONLY HOPE.

YOU KNOW, ANOTHER THING,LEGALIZING WEED IS NOT A NEW

CONVERSATION.

IN FACT, IT'S FUNNY.

I ACTUALLY COVERED THIS TOPIC BACK IN THE SEVENTIES.

I HOSTED A TALK SHOW BACK THEN,IT WAS DURING PRIME TIME EVERY

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM7:58 P.M. TO 8:13 P.M. ON UHF,

AND IT'S FUNNY, I AM A LITTLEFUZZY ON EVERYTHING I SAID BUT I

DO REMEMBER HAVING A VERYTHOUGHT PROVOKING HARD-HITTING

DISCUSSION.

>> ALL RIGHT. BEFORE LESLIESHAKES HER FOXY TAIL FEATHER OUT

HERE, DIG THIS,YESTERDAY, MY WIFE AND I GOT A

BRAND-NEW WATERBED, RIGHT? BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, WE BROKE THE

OLD ONE. WITH MY JOHNSON

HA, HA.

ANYWAY, AFTERWARDS MY WIFE PULLSOUT A DOOBIE I BELIEVE PEOPLE

SHOULD NOT SMOKE REEFER, THAT ISJUST MY OPINION.

THEY SHOULD TAKE ANGEL DUST. HAVE YOU EVER TRIED ANGEL DUST,

IT IS CLEANER.

IT IS JUST A CLEANER DRUG.

YOU KNOW, WEED IS NEVER GOING TOBE LEGAL.

YOU KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO BELEGAL? EATING EXOTIC ANIMALS.

IT IS GOING TO BE LIKE PANDASANDWICHES HAVE YOU EVER HAD A

PANDA.

>> IT IS GOOD (BLEEP)ING MEAT.

IF YOU'RE NOT SMOKINGELEPHANT TRANQUILIZERS,

YOU CAN GO (BLEEP) YOURSELF,YOU'RE NOT SMOKING

I DON'T THINK THERE IS A THINGAS BEING TOO HIGH.

I GUESS IF YOU ARE DEAD YOU ARETOO HIGH, RIGHT? JIMI HENDRIX

HAS BEEN TOO HIGH.

THAT MATTER (BLEEP)ER FOUND OUT.

>> CAN I SAY MATTER (BLEEP)ER? WHO IS THE MATTER (BLEEP)ER IN

CHARGE OF SAYING MOTHER(BLEEP)ER?

>> WE.

MAN, IT WAS LIKE I COULD SEE THEFUTURE.

WE WILL BE RIGHT BACK.

>>>> THANK YOU WELCOME BACK.

NOW TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THESTATE OF OUR MARIJUANA CULTURE I

AM GOING TO NEED SOME HELP SOJOIN ME IN HELPING ME WELCOMING

THE NIGHTLY SHOW'S OWN RICKYVELEZ.

WELCOME.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> NOW, WE DECIDED TO FLY RICKY

ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN OUR BIGGEST FIELD PIECE

EVER TO TALK TO PEOPLE ON BOTHSIDES OF THE ISSUE.

PEOPLE SUCH AS MICHELE LEONHARTTHE HEAD OF THE DEA WHO

CRITICIZED PRESIDENT OBAMA FORSAYING MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN

ALCOHOL, AS WELL AS A NUMBER OFSITTING U.S. SENATORS.

LET'S TAKE A LOOK. THERE THISIS OUR BIGGEST PIECE YET SO

LET'S TAKE A LOOK.

>> ARE WE GOING TO -- YOU KNOW,I DIDN'T DO ANY OF THAT AT ALL.

>> WHAT?

>> YEAH, BUT IT WASN'T MY FAULT,LARRY.

LIKE HERE IS WHAT HAPPENED.

I AM ON MY WAY TO LAGUARDIA,WHEN MY BOY LIMP DICK CALLED ME

UP AND SAID "YO, YOU WANT TO GETHIGH RIGHT BEFORE THE FLIGHT?"

I AM ALL ABOUT IT, NEXT THING IKNOW IT'S BEEN FIVE DAYS

I PASSED OUT AND I HAD TO GETTO WORK.

COULDN'T DO IT.

>> Larry: LET ME GET THISSTRAIGHT.

YOU DIDN'T DO THE BIGGEST PIECEIN THE HISTORY OF THE SHOW

BECAUSE YOU WERE SMOKING WEEDWITH YOUR BUDDY LIMP DICK?

>> YEAH, MAN.

IT IS ONE OF THOSE IRONIC NAMESLIKE CALLING A FAT GUY SLIM.

>> Larry: YEAH, I GET IT, IGET IT, I GET THE IRONY OF THAT.

YOU TELL US YOU HAVE NOTHING TOSHOW US?

>> NO, NO. I HAVE SOMETHING.

I DID LIKE A REPORT OF LIKE ASTREET THINGY WHERE I WENT OUT

AND TALKED TO PEOPLE ABOUTSHOULD WE BE ALLOWED TO SMOKE

WEED LEGALLY.

>> Larry: OKAY.

LET'S SEE THIS REPORT STREETTHINGY.

>> WANT TO TALK ABOUT POT?

>> ANYBODY WANT TO TALK ABOUTPOT? ARE YOU FOR THE

LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA? AREYOU FOR OR AGAINST THE

LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA? NO? ARE YOU FOR OR AGAINST THE

LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA?

>> I THINK IN THE WHOLE SCHEMEOF THINGS I WOULD BE FOR BECAUSE

I THINK IT MIGHT ELIMINATE -->> THAT'S ENOUGH.

GIVE ME A HUG.

OKAY.

FOR OR AGAINST THE LEGALIZATIONOF MARIJUANA?

>> FOR.

>> FOR OR AGAINST THELEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA?

>> FOR.

>> LOOK AT THAT SKIN RIGHTTHERE, BOOM.

ARE YOU FOR OR AGAINST THELEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA?

>> ALL RIGHT. FORGET IT

LET'S STOP THAT.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]

>> THERE YOU HAVE IT.

75 PERCENT OF AMERICANS THINKWEED SHOULD BE LEGAL.

I AM RICKY VELEZ, BACK TO YOU,LARRY.

>> Larry: RICKY, YOU CAN'TTALK TO FOUR PEOPLE AND DRAW A

MEANINGFUL CONCLUSION BASED ONTHAT.

>> SLOW YOUR ROLL, BILL NYE.

THAT'S THE BEST I COULD DO WITHTEN MINUTES.

>> Larry: YOU HAD THE LASTFIVE DAYS.

>> STOP YELLING AT ME WHILE I AMSTONED, LARRY, GOD DAMN IT BE A

PROFESSIONAL, DUDE.

>> Larry: OK, I GIVE UP. RICKYVELEZ, EVERYBODY.

WE WILL BE RIGHT BACK.

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>> Larry: OKAY.

WITH WELCOME BACK TO THE SHOW.

JOINING THE PANEL TONIGHT ISCOMEDIAN AND ACTOR STARRING IN

THE NEW FILM ROAD HARD, OPENINGTHIS FRIDAY, ADAM CAROLLA.

CHEERS CHEER.

>> DIRECTOR AS WELL.

I DON'T WANT TO LEAVE THAT OUT.

A PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGYSPECIALIZING IN DRUG RESEARCH AT

THE COLUMBIA OF UNIVERSITY,DR. CARL HART.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> Larry: AND THE HOST AND

MANAGING EDITOR OF TV ONE'S NEWSONE NOW, ROLAND MARTIN.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> Larry: AND COMEDIAN AND

COHOST OF VH1'S BIG MORNING BUZZLIVE, MICHELLE BUTEAU.

MICHELLE, WELCOME TO THE SHOW.

>> SO WE ARE TALKING ABOUTMARIJUANA -- OH, AND I'VE TAKEN

THE LIBERTY JUST FOR THEPURPOSES OF TODAY I

MADE SOME BROWNIES IN CASEANYONE GETS HUNGRY.

I WON'T SAY WHAT IS IN THEM ORNOT IN THEM.

>> GOTCHA.

>> Larry: JUST HELP YOURSELFIF YOU WANT TO.

OKAY.

SO.

>> EXACTLY, THERE ARE NAPKINSTHERE TOO.

>> IS THIS BUTTER OR CRISCO?

>> I AM NOT SAYING WHAT'S INTHEM

>> YOU BAKED THEM?>> YES, I DID.

>> NO, I DIDN'T.

>> OKAY.

FIRST QUESTION, IS ANYONE HIGH? LET'S GET THAT OUT OF THE WAY.

>> NO.

LET'S START WITH YOU, DOUG.

YOU ARE FORMERLY A WEED DEALERAND NOW YOU ARE --

[ APPLAUSE ].

>> AND NOW YOU ARE A NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGIST.

>> IT ALMOST SOUNDS LIKE YOUHAVE TO BE HIGH TO MAKE UP THAT

TITLE. SO YOU SPECIALIZE INTHIS.

ARE WE READY FOR MARIJUANA TO BELEGALIZED NATIONALLY.

>> ARE WE READY FOR THAT?

>> I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND THEQUESTIONS WHEN WE SAY ARE WE

READY?

>> ARE WE READY TO HANDLE THAT?

>> I KNOW IT IS A RIDICULOUSQUESTION FOR ONE BECAUSE WHEN WE

THINK ABOUT MARIJUANA, IT IS THESECOND MOST WIDELY USED PSYCHO

ACTIVE SUBSTANCE IN THE UNITEDSTATES .. ALCOHOL BEING THE

FIRST.

AND SO PEOPLE ARE ALREADY SMOKING MARIJUANA.

IT IS NOT A MATTER OF WHETHER WEARE READY.

IT IS A MATTER OF, ARE WE READYTO EDUCATE PEOPLE HOW TO DO THIS

SAFELY, AND THAT'S WHAT IS, THATSHOULD BE THE QUESTION.

>> WHAT IS THE WORST THAT CANHAPPEN FROM PEOPLE USING

MARIJUANA?

>> LET ME GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE.

>> YOU CLEAN YOUR BATHROOM,THAT'S IT.

>> CLEAN YOUR BATHROOM REALLYWELL.

>> CLEAN OUT YOUR REFRIGERATOR.

THAT'S RIGHT.

>> OKAY.

LET ME GET THE SCIENTIFICAPPROACH FIRST.

LET ME GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE OFONE OF THE WORST THINGS YOU CAN

HAPPEN.

YOU SAY WE HAVE BROWNIES THERE.

THEY MAY HAVE THC IN IT.

>> POSSIBLY.

>> ONE OF THE WORST THINGS THATCAN HAPPEN IS YOU DON'T TELL US

THE CONCENTRATION THAT IS INHERE.

IF IT IS HIGH CONCENTRATION ANDPEOPLE TAKE TOO MUCH THEN THEY

CAN GET INTO SOME TROUBLE, LIKEINCREASED ANXIETY AND THINK THEY

ARE DYING AND THINK THEY ARELOSING THEIR MIND A WIDE RANGE

OF THINGS BUT WE CAN EASILY DEALWITH THOSE --

>> BUT ONE BROWNIE IS GOOD, BUTTEN BROWNIES, THEY'RE GONNA BE

OBESE AND HIGH.>> CAN I GIVE A TIP TO EVERYONE

>> WHO IS PARANOID? F YOU EVERTHINK YOU ARE DYING, YOU NEVER

DIE. IT IS WHEN YOU DON'T THINKYOU ARE DYING IS WHEN YOU GET

RUN OVER BY THE BUS.

>> EVERYONE WHO JUST THINKS THEYARE DYING NEVER ACTUALLY

FULFILLS ON THAT PROMISE.

>> WHAT IS IT GOING TO FEEL LIKEWHEN THIS BECOMES COMPLETELY

SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE?

>> I AM FINE. THIS IS WHAT IWOULD LIKE TO. I WOULD LIKE

TO STOP THE DIALOGUE ABOUT POTAND GAY MARRIAGE AND GET ON WITH

OUR LIVES.

>> ARE THOSE RELATED?

>> IF I ATE ENOUGH OF THOSEBROWNIES, WE COULD BE MARRIED

I AM SAYING, NO.

>> WHAT I AM SAYING IS THAT WEARE DEBATING -- MY MOM WAS A

STONER IN THE SEVENTIES.

WE WERE DEBATING POTLEGALIZATION --

>> Larry: OH, YEAH.

>> WHAT I AM SAYING IS, THISDEBATE HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR 40

OR 50 YEARS NOW.

>> Larry: RIGHT.

>> MORE THAN THAT.

>> 1930S

>> READY TO MOVE ON TO FIGHTINGISIS.

>> Larry: RIGHT.

>> THAT IS JUST ME.

>> BUT YOU CAN'T MOVE ON BECAUSETHE LEGALIZATION AND

DECRIMINALIZATION, THAT IS TWOSEPARATE ISSUES BECAUSE WHEN WE

HAVE TO ACCEPT THE REALITY YOUHAVE PLACES WHERE MARIJUANA IS

LEGAL BUT LIKE WASHINGTON, D.C.,WHERE THEY JUST ENACTED IT, YOU

CAN ONLY DO IT IN YOUR OWN HOME,YOU SHARE IT BUT NOT SELL IT,

YOU CAN'T SMOKE IT IN YOUR CAR,YOU CAN'T SMOKE IT IN PUBLIC, IT

IS ILLEGAL, EVEN THOUGH THEYLEGALIZED IT YOU CAN STILL BE

ARRESTED. IN CALIFORNIA ISDIFFERENT BECAUSE WHAT THEY DID

VTHERE IS THEY SAID, IT ISDECRIMINALIZE AND SIMPLY GIVE A

FINE AND NOT PROSECUTE.

>> THAT'S THE REAL ISSUE.

>> WE ARE TALKING ABOUT YOUNGJEWISH MEN GOING TO PRISON

>> Larry: OF COURSE.

>> GOING TO PRISON.

>> Larry: EXACTLY.

>> AND NOW, AND I KNOW WE SPEAKIN CODE HERE, I AM HERE TO CUT

THROUGH IT.

>> Larry: I WANT TO ASK YOU,YOUR DAD -- I HAVE LEARNED ABOUT

YOUR DAD IS HAITIAN AND YOU AREFATHER IS DOMINICAN AND JUST

READING YOUR BIO GIVES ME ACONTACT HIGH.

>> I THOUGHT YOU WERE GOING TOSAY BONER TIME.

>> Larry: THAT TOO.>> YOU MAKE IT SOUND LIKE I

SHOULD HAVE ABASKET OF FRUIT ONMY HEAD AND PASSING OUT TOWELS

>> Larry: BUT IF YOU ARE THEEXPERT, WHAT SHOULD WE KNOW

ABOUT THIS?

>> OKAY.

>> FROM A SOCIAL STANDPOINT.

>> DON'T DO IT OUT OF AN APPLE.

THAT IS JUST (BLEEP). GET ANICE HASH OIL AND YOU

WON'T BE PARANOID AND YOU CANENJOY BETTER CALL SAUL

MUCH MORE WITH A HASH

THAT'S WHAT I KNOW:>> I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE HELL

YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT.

>> Larry: LET ME ASK YOU THIS.

>> DO YOU GET HIGH?

>> LIFE IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME.

I AM GOOD.

>> LIFE IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR METOO.

>> Larry:.

>> NO EXTRA ASSISTANCE I AMGOOD.

>> DOES MAKING IT LEGAL TAKE THEFUN OUT OF IT?

>> I HAVE EIGHT-YEAR-OLDTWINS, AND I WANT TO

DESTIGMATIZE THE THING.\>> BUT A LOT OF KIDS

I MEAN, SOME YOUNG KIDS HAVESAID "THE ONLY REASON

I TRIED IT WAS BECAUSE IT WASILLEGAL AND MY PARENTS TOLD ME

NOT TO."

>> SURE.

>> EXACTLY.

>> PLEASE DON'T GET IT TWISTED.

THE LAST THREE PRESIDENTS.

>> YOU DON'T HAVE TO BEG ME.

>> THE LAST THREE PRESIDENTS ALLGOT HIGH, RIGHT.

>> THE LAST THREE ADMITTED THEYGOT HIGH.

>> Larry: RIGHT ON.

>> THE PREVIOUS PRESIDENTS ALLGOT HIGH, TOO

>> RIGHT ON, RIGHT ON.

ABSOLUTELY.

>> SO THE POINT IS, IT HAS BEENLEGAL, IT HAS BEEN LEGAL FOR,

THROUGH SEVERAL SEGMENTS OF OURSOCIETY AND IN OTHER SEGMENTS OF

OUR SOCIETY.

>> LET ME TELL YOU ABOUTHISTORY.

I DON'T THINK EVERYTHING BECOMESILLEGAL FOR A GOOD REASON.

OUR TWITTER FRIENDS SENT THISQUOTE FROM THE FIRST

COMMISSIONER OF THE FEDERALBUREAU OF NARCOTICS, THE FIRST

DOES CZAR. THIS WAS IN 1937

>> THIS IS WHAT HE TOLDCONGRESS.

>> THERE ARE 100,000 TOTALMARIJUANA SMOKERS AND MOST ARE

NEGROES, HISPANICS ANDFILIPINOS AND ENTERTAINERS,

THEIR SATANIC MUSIC JAZZ ANDSWING RESULTS FROM MARIJUANA

USAGE.

>> THIS MARIJUANA CAUSES WHITEWOMEN TO SEEK SEXUAL RELATIONS

WITH NEGROES, ENTERTAINERS ANDOTHERS.

DOES MARIJUANA MAKE WHITEWOMEN WANT TO

HAVE SEX WITH NEGROES

>> YOU DON'T NEED MARIJUANA FORTHAT.

>> WHITE WOMEN -- THERE ISNOTHING WRONG WITH A WHITE WOMAN

TRYING TO GET (BLEEP) WHEN THEYARE HIGH.

IT IS THEIR RIGHT.

>> ONE SECOND. YOU POINT OUT

THESE ANCILLARY STATEMENTSWHICH WE ALL LAUGH AT, BUT

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION HADEQUALLY RIDICULOUS STATEMENTS,

SO AS WE THINK ABOUT MEDICINEAND PEOPLE FROM MEDICINE

MAKING STATEMENTS ABOUTMARIJUANA TODAY, RECALL WHAT

THEY WERE SAYING PREVIOUSLY, ITIS THE SAME SORT OF INANE SORT

OF STATEMENTS THAT PEOPLE AREMAKING.

>> AND, LARRY IF YOU ARE LOOK ATTHE DOCUMENTARY

THE HOUSE I LIVE IN.

IT IS ABOUT THE ISSUE OF THE WARON DRUGS AND THE FACT OF THE

MATTER IS, IN THIS COUNTRY, WETARGETED ASIANS WHEN IT CAME TO

DRUGS, BECAUSE IT WAS A QUESTIONON TAKING JOBS

>> HEROIN.

>> WE TARGETEDAFRICAN-AMERICANS, SO THERE WAS

ALWAYS A CONNECTION IN AMERICABETWEEN DRUG USE AND ECONOMICS

AND THAT IS WHY THAT PARTICULARSTATEMENT IS WHAT IT SPEAKS TO,

SO WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT THISWHOLE ISSUE OF MARIJUANA, IT HAS

BEEN A WAY TO, JUSTSYSTEMATICALLY TARGET A GROUP OF

PEOPLE AND SO WHEN YOU HAVE ANUMBER OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN

JAIL AND NOW ALL OF A SUDDENWITH METH, A NUMBER OF POOR

WHITES GOING TO JAIL, THISMARIJUANA ISSUE NOW FORCES US TO

HAVE REALLY A WAR ON DRUG ISSUE,A BROADER ISSUE THAT HAS TAKEN

THIS COUNTRY NOW AND NOW YOUHAVE REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS THAT

ARE REALIZING WE CAN'T AFFORD TOKEEP LOCKING PEOPLE UP.

THAT'S THE BROADER ISSUE, NOTHEY CAN I GET HIGH BUT CAN WE

KEEP LOCKING PEOPLE UPWRONGFULLY AND DESTROYING OUR

COUNTRY AS A RESULT.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> Larry: YOU WANT TO ADD TO

THAT?

>> ABSOLUTELY AGREE.

BUT WE CAN'T FORGET THAT THEREIS A LOT OF MONEY NOW BEING

MADE.

>> Larry: OH, ABSOLUTELY.

>> LIKE WE POINTED OUT AT THEBEGINNING ON LEGALIZING

MARIJUANA, SO THAT IS ONE OF THEMAJOR REASONS THAT IS DRIVING

THIS TOO.

>> Larry: OKAY.

>> IN DC, OF COURSE, THE RACIALINJUSTICE DROVE THIS, BUT AROUND

THE COUNTRY, IT IS MAINLY THESEFOLKS WHO WANT TO GET INTO THIS

BUSINESS AND MAKE SOME LOOT.

>> Larry: LET'S TRANSITION ANDPLAY A LITTLE GAME CALLED

STONED, DRUNK OR SOBER.

YOU HAVE PADDLES IN FRONT OFYOU.

YOU GIVE US A SCENARIO AND TELLUS WHETHER YOU WOULD BE WHETHER

BE STONED DRUNK OR SOBER FOR THEEXPERIENCE.

HERE WE GO.

THANKSGIVING DINNER WITH YOURIN-LAWS.

>> OH.

>> NO, THAT IS DRUNK.

>> DRUNK.

YEAH.

>> SOBER.

>> I WANT TO REMEMBER EVERYSTUPID THING THAT HAPPENS.

SO I CAN REMIND THEM.

>> Larry: OKAY.

ASCOT SHOPPING.

>> OH, HELL.

>> SOAK EVER.

>> Larry: AND FINALLY THENIGHTLY SHOW PANEL.

NIGHTLY SHOW PANEL.

>> STONED, DRUNK, SOBER.

>>>> WE WILL BE RIGHT BACK!

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>>

>> Larry: OKAY.

THAT'S ALL THE TIME WE HAVE FORTONIGHT.

I WANT TO THANK OUR PANELISTS,ADAM CAROLLA, DR. CARL HART,

MICHELLE BUTEAU AND ROLANDMARTIN.

[ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>> Larry: AND, OH, SPEAKING OF

ROLAND MARTIN, THANKS FOR THEASCOT, MAN, I WILL GET BETTER AT

TYING THIS.

I APOLOGIZE.

SORRY, MAN.

YOU KNOW, A BROTHER HAS TOLEARN.

>> I AM STEALING YOUR LOOK.

>> ON TOMORROW'S SHOW WE ARETALKING ABOUT FERGUSON, THE

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT'S RELEASING AREPORT AND IT TURNS OUT, THE

COPS ARE RACIST, WHO KNEW?

>> AS ALWAYS, TWEET YOURQUESTIONS TO ME WITH THE HASHTAG

KEEP IT A HUNDRED.

UNTIL THEN, GOOD NIGHTLY,EVERYONE.