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Hunter S. Thompson's pot stash to be cloned: Is journalist's legacy being exploited?

  • Yes, I think so.

    I strongly believe that Hunter S Thompson's legacy is being exploited. It is not the right thing actually for his pot stash to be cloned. We should learn to deal with the journalists in the right way to avoid exploiting their legacy. This is because this is what they thrive to protect.

  • Yes, i agree.

    I strongly believe that Hunter S Thompson's legacy is being exploited. It is not the right thing actually for his pot stash to be cloned. We should learn to deal with the journalists in the right way to avoid exploiting their legacy. This is because this is what they thrive to protect.

  • People should do what they want with it.

    A person's legacy is what other people make of it. The people who come after a person are free to decide that a person is good, or bad. In this case, if people want to clone Hunter S. Thompson's pot stash, that is their choice. People can honor a person's legacy in the way they choose.

  • No, Hunter S. Thompson's legacy is not being exploited.

    No, the decision to clone Hunter S. Thompson's pot stash is not exploitative. Considering the wild life and times of this iconic author, which are on display in works such as "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," Mr. Thompson would undoubtedly be thrilled to see that the public wants to have the same drug experiences as him.


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