Even though statistics implore that marijuana, use may increase the risk of academic problems, in the business world, Steve Jobs and Carl Sagan and many host of others have never had academic problems or lapse in their enterprise despite their use of marijuana (Flowers 98). Whether smoking marijuana and taking beer makes someone stupid, is a theorem that largely depends on the individual’s actions thereafter.
According to one of the seasoned marijuana smoker (Jonny Green), smoking weed makes a student stagnate in memory is a stereotype. His perception towards that notion is that this was the biggest pet peeves he had to deal with. Many of the college mates could always presume that they more intelligent than he could manage. In work place, college students can as well be successful as long this marijuana use is put into a considerable use(Flowers 95). This allegation, of him being less intelligent, arose simply because he continuously smoked throughout their course in college. On the side of the colleges, their proposition builds its body from the conception that their brains are clean by smoking weed like their colleague (Gardner, John, Jewler, and Betsy 167). One would want to refute this claim from the colleagues since as much as one has never smoked weed, that may not be a universal observation that all and sundry are intelligent. What is to be said of those who are less intelligent and they have neither seen nor smoked weed. The same may aspect arises in personnel’s case study and his history in smoking weed. Not all who have smoked it during their school days have graduated as the most intelligent (Malone 88). A college student, who manages to successfully scale the realms of his studies and pass with an high mark should still face less restriction as to his use of marijuana or alcohol in his business world. Like the earlier proposition, personality influences a lot the idea of drugs taking (Trevouledes 107). The stereotypes