Common sense suggests that you get back what you put in. Writing your letters to people in office is all great, but we all know it takes very little effort to send an automated message and it takes just as much effort to mass delete them all without reading them. I know you guys like doing it... but really, how effective is it. Is sending automated letters really going to do anything? Eh, highly unlikely. I think the most effective form of activism doesn't take place behind a computer. It can be organized behind a PC, of course, but eventually you gotta get up, go outside, and actually do something in your local community in order to be effective. My question is.. Aside from the simple educating others who think marijuana is more dangerous than it really is and letting others know it should be legal.. What else can we realistically do in our local communities?