For the first time this came like yesterday we did not talk about it. For the first time since Gallup began poll asking people about marijuana. In 1969 and the majority. 58% to be exact. -- marijuana should be legalized. In this latest poll 67%. Of the young adults between eighteen and 29. Supported it the highest of any age group. And majorities of edge every age group except those over 65. Supported it. You think that -- hippies should be out there well that baby boomer boomer generation was gay and I'll look at my dad is all what a -- hey you -- mud 69. Cent. It but even 45% of seniors think marijuana should be legal. It -- they wanted to the cataracts of the sub bumping and those walls are made 65%. A Dem 62% of independents. But only 35% Republican voters -- steps and the increasing prevalence of medical marijuana as a socially acceptable way to alleviate symptoms such as -- -- us. And you can mitigate the side effects of chemotherapy in people or. Having weight issues especially aids patients and -- -- if these are panorama this month and the so. I'm -- now is the time to start. Investing in setting up that so I medicinal senator have you. No we're not how to go about doing it you're an empire builder. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I got bullied and getting -- all I want to bring back bowling for dollars -- -- -- -- did great hosts how can I help you do it I don't know -- having a meeting I'll let you know. -- come hosts this state -- yet go to candidates night tonight can take the idea and -- -- -- -- -- -- -- think -- For one for telling you your future. What does deterrence always say you and don't always you can I get carried the meetings and phone calls and your life sucks that my father always told me. -- -- and realize how little control you have -- -- via phone some. I guess you don't it owns you it's a great point -- it is a really good point and I I don't own anything I'm just saying my mailman I want to close -- -- -- the guidelines -- set at 501 -- look and adjust for anybody who's -- to the break room my dream was always to have a little bit more control over how these things run and if I could I'd rather. Or all the show we sit back there so we can have more. Say I think that there and and here's an example -- the Everyman stuff and came out on us and that's our statement the signs came from Moscow we pushed it we didn't need anybody else merger if we were independent. We wouldn't need anybody else we've proven that over over yes and that's why I say we're better on our own and that's off since its -- you -- team I get then. We can build that first. That -- soil amazing that's a perfect bowling for dollars. That's gonna -- he's just reminded me I did get that. And I got another guy from another TV stations and a man wanna read comparisons studio gonna happen that's a no brainer and I keep saying yes but again that's not in my control but if it was -- we all did -- big broad but it's not. And so those -- the things that. That frustrated. -- The -- and get frustrated and you drink more for -- -- you have to go smoke some marijuana. If you don't know how old are up. -- in a while mom up a rare. Craig does not every man -- I totally I don't know many Raymond I don't either Raymond. Is it raised yet or Raymond Ramon is as again it takes advance now Tommy was. Ray Romano -- he does a lot -- -- Raymond Romano. Loves Raymond. There was problem -- from an area I apologize ribbon right from the beginning thought. Thank you I was I was named after my grandfather. Okay. All right why are you calling I get the impression that you are save Merrill one of the most important -- Well I did this and I got a super. I hear you talking about these polls and he's naive is that people have and frankly just terrifies me parent my as the leader of the beauty and I hit detrimental effect. On your brain learning retention of information your IQ -- yeah that's really. That's really a drug. Look at thirty silicon everybody's already getting -- -- -- difference here it's all out there I wanted to get marijuana today if you can't get very fast food problem didn't we'd. I don't get -- before the end of the -- has nothing to do it I don't mean it sounds. Singer Rihanna architecturally in front and I entered it -- in most of what you're gonna spit out and I believe is based on flawed studies. Are you assigned -- reefer madness or even. Parking about what should we. Should we be celebrating what our party is great for your advanced degrees in science and study yes I have yes you're you're -- you're you're a Canadian which are on the stage of the jokes -- do you use a virus it's like I'm not a -- about this -- deadly serious about this this is it dangerous. Dangerous drugs -- Anything the and -- in society right now that anything you say Raymond I think I can go online and and find scientific data. To show you the opposite I think dead in a lot of marijuana cases. That the scientists were complicit with those people in the doberman not a pretty wanted to. Only paid work that's a pretty big word right bureau conspiracy. Theorists just. No I think I'm more gorillas because marijuana was very big additionally in the in the Far East and in in the Middle East and in the eighteen hundreds -- brought here and it was used additionally and then -- started to be used by the wrong people. And so the government in 1930 decided global rock and allow this and and they came out with that allowed tobacco farmers are the federal bureau of narcotics or whatever was. And they and they limited. And the bureau certainly the launch decidedly unscientific studies that this stuff was bad and so there -- go and look target -- So what you do you let you read history book. He she read one history book you read something on the Internet and you cannot sit and now you know. -- is because as we know how and our lineup how alcohol is that it. Prevalent from most of it from the temperature years. Drugs that are prevalent -- everywhere and we're still protect our -- that. Do you we've had enough bad step that they're legal like you bring about called it an excellent point you guys noticed. There's alcoholics out there looked part of cost a lot of props to make but alcoholics and around even to those real professionalism from the -- that I've got a nephew he smoked his brain away from -- -- could be nothing more than a dishwasher for the -- We specialize in -- -- hour plus eleven framework arraignment but apparently not but that. It -- -- -- didn't do that. That's a guy who had no drive period and he found an escape he's gonna say he's smoked -- with the -- I don't think he did because I think if you have a motor taken and the choices I can lay around on a Friday night. Get high -- ET to budget crappy pizza and watch reruns on on HBO some movie I've seen five times or -- can -- go out and actually be productive and do something. There's different things that are attractive to different people and so you can't tell me that it's the depression that was caused by the marijuana I think the depression was there in the marijuana was the medicine. But I think today eat yet you know I would highly doubt that that kid. It's its own internal thing I think there's a drive and admits he -- to slash ID when you legalize it you gonna have the same amount of weed smokers of the war. I think you'd be surprised -- by the people who you probably interact with that you would never suspected -- smoked marijuana. But it is negative affect you gotta admit that you just you just said if it's lack of motivation that comes to. Look me up until now -- -- that you cannot get rid of it and it's here. -- -- -- that's my point you're acting like. It's it's not here now your argument is if we legalize it it's here it's illegal -- people -- it constantly and we do very little to mitigate that so but what's the difference up all of your thoughts around it you know I'm not -- you know -- that it should not be rebuilt it should not be -- it's a bad drive and -- the second go away. It's not and I -- clear if you can smoke up a little bit and then not -- you mean they're people who cares if I seem all that stuff taken out of the argument man went a little once again hi in big they're doing it right it is very little we can stop. It with. The concept that we get get. Yes that's because while we pissed away money on my on that and everybody's still -- we can't stop you -- it's a losing battle it's it's costing you money went to make you money right. Prime -- taxes right. What's the biggest drama tax what's the biggest crop to come out to California. Merrill I don't know I don't want -- pornography so you probably are marijuana -- John -- is -- Rochus he wanted to ask you re about it is we'd digger you couldn't. Do ours just. Wondered about -- if weird crap about not being our -- -- about all that. We bad for you well where is -- race fans are -- -- and then. I look we'll have scored all right C announced. Five or six bodies now all heavy smoker. And they have master's degrees and they're making. Bank eventually going in and I think. We need that stopped then what we now know that attorney saying it kept them you know on one -- cut up. That's why they were able last night called -- got to work. Very good. Let me get to Jason and Henrietta Jason good morning what's going on -- Good morning guys. They are among video game designer OK 37 years old and spoken plot for a long time now usually I make 55000. Dollars last year -- -- angered by designing video games. That's right -- and you're normally works Florence. But it makes good for you I bet she didn't want to get I'm -- -- -- -- -- always seems flawed good thank you go to the degree to do with. Yeah did you do that your house. So it worked well we're aware at all we know I don't know I don't know why you're I didn't mean I didn't mean smoking -- So. I made you work out of your house on video games on do you smoke at home so I guess I don't legal case. I guess I -- have. Yeah absolutely did not I work for a local company -- let's. Our job be -- game graphic design by art. OK -- what's the biggest gain ever made. Well. Let's see. And there's a -- kick in and didn't miss out so she's not that's why all the artifacts the guys -- But I don't ever forget saw the part of that checking in -- -- so amen and good for you. Steve smoke pounds of weed and what Steve. Well lately. And spoke in and how the where the work much. -- and as a threat clipper in my EXP is so. Well it. Yup I guess in I am I agree -- every -- -- -- lyrics I thought bill in Rochester. What I what is it about the cost here. Yeah I think you column color got to realize that student who they know they act their looks portico of the government gonna sit there and yeah. I kicking underground market where it's certain your hair your health and stop trying to legalize something because the government screwed and screwed up -- What's not necessarily because during prohibition is going -- -- Alcohol was it that is most expensive because you can get -- plus why a man and -- then -- say legalize it and then you could produce it then you -- had competitive pricing. Across the board alcohol prices came down -- you have to look at Colorado -- -- recreational any tendency and Washington where I think he's excited -- presentation its recreational -- right so I think I don't know -- and usually competition drives the price down now. Go there in Colorado we live in new York and so. What are -- on and wegmans there is so weird -- that'll be I'd like to let the -- how we're. Yeah that taped that recently -- starts preparing it you want try similar bill I think all we're sitting here and we'll have to wait and Satan. Well I will say I. We're here I am not a bad theory just uncle Linda's and Rochester she's been smoking for thirty years -- almighty god hello Linda. A -- stop. Everybody to know what I was brought -- you know I regret not legal is because the government under there a way to make enough money -- -- -- The black -- or so I would be there and they know it. And what the government figures out how to make money out there explain both -- it took -- -- realize is that the only reason it's not. That's what I believe. -- you set the black market will always be there. What -- -- -- early 2000 Jefferson and it's exactly Jefferson and I made. It to edit it. Hi Linda takes you kind of learn as children get some governors cheap I don't fault divorce and like you can grow your -- meant. We have merely -- only once it's it's he's got to try and also make my own beer. And can make my own whiskey right but I'm not well I'm gonna have most people don't wanna do that that's hard a lot but I wanted to do is get a bad idea of this stopping an idea but I think a lot of people -- me. Do you then sell it did so again and now anyway I don't think so we knew a guy who was grown his own now you know. -- work. I mean I like gone a little bit so I can raise my own chickens still and I have some eggs and a beautiful -- we have but I mean I didn't use them. Somewhat right down they go but I don't but I auto plant okay and do you see me just on my whiskey and that's a lot more work this is dried out -- Tonya is smoke and people will do the simplest at all sure what I think all people as simple as saying -- right there are people who know there's always going to be a couple of Dixon -- in the you know and give back to -- -- anybody who does I cannot believe David increased needs protection most talked him when we come back and enough phone numbers 2226000. This is on marijuana then they get the latest Gallup poll 58% of Americans say should be legalized. Raman is not one of them. The breakthrough was on 965 WC MS.