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what i want is for Brandon not to have the word pacers on his uniform. Whether his offensive passivity is drug induced or isn't he is not someone I enjoy seeing on the court. His lack of urgency when the team is down is just maddening. Now we have one possible new piece of info to explain it. So goodbye Brandon and go drive some other team's fans crazy.
The amount of time it takes your body to rid itself of thc from the body is dependant on a few things..
1st .. on how often it is smoked /ingested ...
2nd .. on the amount of fat a person's body is made up of ..
3rd .. the person's diet ... and exercise ...
THC stays in the body by attaching(sp?) itself to fat cells ..
The lower the amount of body fat , the less time it stays in that person's system..
ALSO .. the frequency of how much a person smokes... plays just as big of a factor in this ..
If you are a frequent smoker of the green .. and you all at once stop smoking... It most generally takes a month on average , to get it out of you system to pass a drug screen... give or take a week or so , depending on you body fat/diet/exercise ...
If you hadn't smoked in a very long time ,and was clean .. and one day you decided to partake in a circle of friends sharing a mj cig .. , it would take 3 to 5 days for it to be out of your system ... once again , depending on your body fat..
Diet/exercise also plays a big role in the time it takes your body cleanses out "toxins" ...
Last edited by Kemo; 08-28-2010 at 11:02 PM.
Originally Posted by naptownmenace
Plumlee reminds me of a young Dale Davis. Good rebounding and he contests shots well on defense and his offensive game is very raw just like DD's was coming out of college.
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