When walking into the Killeen home of David Bass, one will hear reggae music played at a soft volume and be transfixed into a cozy atmosphere that will easily lull one to sleep. But despite his calm and friendly demeanor, Bass struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder.

He may have left the war, but the war never left him.

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don76550

No Freddy, that is not what I said at all and you know it. I don't know anything about the individual you referenced. What I said is most people advocating the legalization of Marijuana are pot heads who want to smoke dope, which has been the case where it is legalized. You know that too. By the way I also am a veteran. I also have seen the destruction this dangerous drug does to users, especially kids.

fred44

I responded sarcastically to your comment because your comment had absolutely nothing to do with the story. If you want to comment about pot heads, that's fine, but do it when the article is about legalization of pot in general. This article was about someone who found relief from PTSD through the use of recently a recently legalized compassionate use THC product, nothing more.

don76550

Far too many people who advocate medical marijuana are fakes. They just want to smoke dope. This has been demonstrated in state after state that legalized the dangerous drug, marijuana

fred44

Are you saying this veteran is a fake?

GeauxrillaFella

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