Is there anyone here who isn't "into weed?"
I went to college. Quit smoking marijuana in January 1976. It caused me to lose my sense of direction and confidence, and doubt my communication skills. Never missed it..
I had recently been hired as a YMCA Program Director and started graduate school at the University of Washington. I needed clear eyes and clear mind.
I smoked it a lot in the 70s but not since then. Mostly I didn't smoke when i was employed because any random accident report prompted a drug test, and I never wanted to tempt the fates. Now that I'm retired, I've often wondered if it would bring relief to chronic illness. I don't partake now because I don't smoke and because I don't want it badly enough to pay for it or seek it out. Recreational pot is still illegal in my state. I have nothing against weed, itself, and can take it or leave it.
Why would someone not be into it?
It cures almost anything and keeps people off dangerous, toxic drugs. Hemp can make biodegradable plastic, inexpensive, fireproof, moldproof hempcrete can build houses and save trees,
It makes natural clothing, paper, etc., you can harvest three crops a year, and it doesn't need pesticides.
Magic mushrooms and ayahuasca are also useful to reset the minds of people with ptsd or depression.
Landmark Study Shows Half of Cancer Patients are Killed by Chemo — NOT Cancer [thefreethoughtproject.com]
BBC News - Growing evidence that cannabis oil can cure serious diseases like cancer [bbc.com]
BBC News - Magic mushrooms can 'reset' depressed brain [bbc.com]
I'm not into it at all..... it's been decades.
This is for me a completely different question than whether I think it's ok for people to smoke it. Smoke away. I think it has been scandalous and evil what has been done in the name of anti-marijuana laws. However, as to my own preferences, I don't partake.