• Sure, why not?

    I believe that people should celebrate 4/20, if that's what they want to do. There is so much bad in this world today, and so many sad and horrible reminders of what our Country has been through. 4/20 is a day to help people forget, to give them a reason to feel calm and at peace. Keep celebrating!

  • Freedom to express is one of America's greatest strengths.

    Whether one agrees with the legalization of marijuana or disagrees with legalization, Americans have the right to celebrate and express what they choose, as long as it harms no one. In today's America the majority of people, or very close to the majority, agree with legalizing marijuana. The people who celebrate 420 can maybe better educate those who are against legalization.

  • No, they should not

    Celebrating on 4/20 makes no sense. What are they celebrating really? They are celebrating the fact that they are ruining their lives and practicing things that are morally wrong. A society that seems to think it is acceptable to do so has problems. Not to mention, it is illegal to smoke weed in most places.

  • No, they should not celebrate it.

    That is just silly. At 420, on April 20th, "everyone" lights up a joint. First, it's illegal. Second, it's glorifying pot smoking. This isn't the sixties or seventies anymore. There shouldn't be a set time for people to break the law. Besides, I am sure these people lighting up on 4/20 are avid smokers anyway, so what is the difference?

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