I just watched the "Drugs" episode of the National Geographic series "Taboo". It really pissed me off. I'd come to expect a fairly even-handed attitude about drugs from Nat Geo, especially in an anthropological presentation. This program sounded like it had been scripted by the ONDCP, NIDA, and DEA. I'm wondering if this was one of the shows we read about in which the producers accepted money from the ONDCP to insert their propaganda into supposedly factual shows. They must have mentioned how addictive marijuana is at least half a dozen times. They repeatedly talked about marijuana being the cause of psychosis. They emphasized the worst possible outcomes as if they were the norm. They had an Indian doctor talk about the health impacts of smoking weed on holy Sadhus and implied that the same was in store for recreational marijuana smokers. They didn't mention that these Sadhus smoked as much weed as they could find, every day, all day, for years. I don't care what kind of plant you're burning, that would fuck up a person's lungs. Those of us who consume weed in some moderation have as much to worry about as a wine connoisseur has of liver failure. We're not even in the same game. Did anyone else watch this POS?