SoCal Children, Babies Already Impacted by THC in Smog

When California voted to legalize recreational marijuana use this election cycle, they may have gotten more than they bargained for. There has now been enough THC detected in Southern California smog to intoxicate babies and small children.

Indeed it appears that the more than 56% of Californians who voted in favor of Proposition 64 may have unknowingly gotten a lot of small children incredibly high.

“My 7-month-old Tyler has become increasingly hungry, yet quiet now,” stated Charlene Stevens of Riverside, California. “It’s kind of a trade off because we spend more on food now because the little guy is ripped out of his fucking mind – and has constant munchies – but Tyler is also allowing us to get some more sleep. I’m glad I voted for it.”

Proposition 64 was intended to allow adults over 21 years of age to enjoy cannabis, yet now it’s the small children who are almost constantly stoned. Patricia Mendez of Corona, California, who voted no on Prop 64, has noticed the same issue in her 2-year-old Kathrine.

“My Kathrine used to be rambunctious; always babbling, falling, and bumping her head,” stated Mendez. “But now she is mesmerized by her Baby Einstein DVD’s, the Planet Earth TV series, and how delicious food is. She doesn’t seem to feel pain when she falls or hurts herself. So it’s okay, I guess.”

The California Environmental Agency is in the process of figuring out how to remove the THC from Southern California smog. In a press release they stated:

“Although many careless individuals didn’t seem to want to help the environment during our past 60 years of smog issues, it seems that people are now concerned that the smog clouds contain THC, which is completely harmless to the human body.”

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