Susan Sarandon: Weed Makes For A ‘Much More Gentle World’

In a candid interview with The Daily Beast this week, the ever-wonderful Susan Sarandon discussed her love for marijuan,a psychedelics, and David Bowie (which seems to make more sense now). You know it's going to be a good interview when the first paragraph begins: "Few actresses have bitch-slapped Father Time quite like Susan Sarandon. The outspoken star on her latest film, The Last of Robin Hood, profound drug experiences, and more." 

Moreover, Sarandon gets nearly philosophical when questioned about the decriminalization of pot in states like New York: "It got decriminalized in small amounts. It will be legal everywhere, and that will cause a very interesting tipping point. Certainly, if more people were smoking instead of drinking, people don’t get mean on weed, don’t beat up their wives on weed, and don’t drive crazy on weed. They just get hungry, don’t go out of the house, or laugh a lot. I think it would make for a much more gentle world."

Read the full interview for her experiences with psychedelics, her thoughts on edibles, and why Woody Allen is creepy … among other things!

More to read on HIGH TIMES:
Susan Sarandon: "I Was Stoned at Every Award Show"
Brad Pitt Gets Quentin Tarantino Stoned in France

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