RUSH: But forget all that. Forget all that. Just, “NFL Set to Loosen Pot Policy.” What does that say just by itself? (interruption) Snerdley says they don’t care much about it now. But it’s more than that. It’s an admission that they can’t police it. Or it’s an admission they don’t find anything wrong with it or find less wrong with it. I don’t know.
“The policy signals a shift in NFL philosophy on the drug issue articulated by Commissioner Roger Goodell as recently as late January. In response to a question at his pre-Super Bowl address in Manhattan about the NFL possibly catching up to state law where the Seahawks and Broncos play, Goodell called called pot ‘an illegal substance on a national basis’ with ‘questionable’ benefits and ‘certainly some very strong evidence to the negative effects.’ He also revealed that, like the league’s players, the league’s commissioner faces urinalyses. ‘I am randomly tested,’ the commissioner said to laughter, ‘and I have to say I am clean.'”
Well, now all that’s gone. So it means you can do some. You can do more than you used to be able to. You can test for higher amounts than you used to be able to, but there’s still a limit beyond which you can’t go. Does anybody — I mean, I don’t have any experience with marijuana. Way back, I mean, once, it had to be in the seventies, Kansas City. I just got nauseous is all I remember about it. But does anybody — I mean, does cultural disintegration cross anybody’s mind when we hear this, or am I just an old fuddy-duddy on that? I guess I’m an old fuddy-duddy. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t have any experience with this to know at all.