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|01-07-2011 05:22 PM|
Aside from the govt making an arbitrary distinction btw the former and the latter, of course...
|01-07-2011 05:17 PM|
|01-07-2011 04:31 PM|
DEATH! DEATH TO ALL WHO APPOSE US!
I do have one beef with the Harvard guy - he's a bit too confident in drug use not rising, or not significantly. All other things equal I think drug use would rise, but that's because I say we're not addressing drug use properly. We think we can curb use with laws and lies, but it takes parents, neighbors, and society overall to take steps to educate and dissuade drug use.
|01-06-2011 08:30 AM|
Neither 'Mouse nor any other poster has suggested that "drug use has no societal consequences". The fact that you have to rely *solely* on such obvious misrepresentations of others' posts displays both your own lack of factual accuracy and the depths of your lack of credibility.
How about if someone offered your underage relative a drink of alcohol? Shall we assume that a beat-down would result from such heinous actions?
|01-02-2011 07:35 PM|
|01-02-2011 05:38 AM|
|01-02-2011 05:00 AM|
How much money did the liquor/beer industry spend in CA. against the legalization of Marijuana?
Who if you had no other choices would you get in a car with, a drunk person or someone high on pot?
How many drugs has our FDA approved and very shortly thereafter found out they(drugs) are either deadly or debilitating?
How long has marijuana been around?
Can you OD on weed?
Can you die from drinking too much alcohol in a certain amount of time?
I have used many illegal substances in my life and learned alot from the experiences, good and bad(not advocating use) but this country is completely off base with the laws against marijuana. The only thing I can figure is it is the chemical industry keeping it down. Money makes the laws. It is an outrage the amount of money we are spending to jail marijuana users. Random post, Apologies! Peace
|01-02-2011 02:49 AM|
I'm tired of reading arack's unsupported opinions. Let's listen to a Harvard economist that has studied this issue for over 15 years.
|01-02-2011 01:28 AM|
|01-02-2011 12:05 AM|
And BTW, I've fired an employee that showed up drunk as well. That's the way I'd prefer to handle all drugs.
Might make some of the posters here make more sense in my head.....
|01-01-2011 09:49 PM|
Aw, you two should rent a room - the honeymoon suite seems appropriate.
Ya fight like old married folk.
|01-01-2011 09:39 PM|
So if you are not imprisoning people for pot, does that make it a legal substance?
Perhaps that's a difficult concept for you to understand, as you might prefer government to tell you what is legal and everything before you choose to act.
|01-01-2011 06:39 PM|
Even the Great Xnarg was unable to accomplish the feat.
You honestly think I'm worried about THAT "thing", succeeding where even the best that's ever been here, couldn't?
Elmer, put down that weed boyo, it's messing with yer head.
|01-01-2011 06:12 PM|
He'll probably start following you around trying to get even now too......
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