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that is totally hilarious, :lol: :lol: and if it weren't for the concurrent increase of potency in chronic it would be valid enough to be investigatedradman said:Wow! That was an interesting write up of an incredibly weak correlation and make it seem like the truth. Next article will claim the more recent use of unleaded gasoline resulted in an increase rise in attention deficit disorder. The higher lead content previously in gasoline caused people to have lower IQ's and therefore, calmer and less hyperactive. It only seems reasonable.