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#9990 Feb 23, 2012
if you dont like this thread.....
beat it punk.
this is free county we have.
although I know your tiny tea bagging mind, not be able to handle real freedom.
#9991 Feb 23, 2012
The cry is going out to ban those BAD business spammers, there is quit a list of them already.
Whats a person to do?
#9993 Feb 23, 2012
I do not smoke pot for medical reasons. I smoke pot because beer makes you fat and stupid. I drink beer in the summer time when I get fcked up at the lake. There is nothing wrong with drinking beer and smoking pot at the same time, just dont drink beer and do legal deadly prescription drugs at the same time, you will for sure die. I sincerely hope this helps. I enjoy smoking pot when I fly my airplane. I have never had a problem touching or going at all yet, it's really fun.
#9994 Feb 23, 2012
More of the same and less of what's needed.
But you never know until you open it.
#9996 Feb 24, 2012
Lets be real here....No matter what the law says, pot along with all the other illegal drugs will ALWAYS be used. Why not legalize it all? They can throw taxes on it like they do with everything else. People will always use them, and putting someone behind bars for "meth" is kinda stupid when they are just taking up space for people who need to be in jail!!!! Again it isn't YOUR life, so who cares! They wanna ruin their bodies, look like crap, and have many health problems so be it! Ain't you..Ain't me...Too much money is wasted on drug convictions its obsurd.
#9997 Feb 24, 2012
SpammOlater to the rescue!
#9998 Feb 24, 2012
Those who smoke "medicinal" pot do so as an expression of anti-social acts. Those anti-social types will eventually commit far more serious illegal acts if left on the street. Do we want to wait until crazed potheads commit mass murders or sadistically rape our womenfolk or abuse our innocent little children? I think not. As costly as the druggies are to hard working "clear headed" worker *("middle")* class society, the cost to society will be even higher if Government sanctioned pot is "legalized".
The 60s 70s revolutionaries *(now in power)* along with their idiot "love children" were all potheads. Shouldn't the mess they made of things be warning enough?
#9999 Feb 24, 2012
SpammOlater company web site is really hopping now!
#10000 Feb 24, 2012
the cost of prohibition isnt high enough for you, you want to spend more...??
doesnt that conflict with your fiscal conservativness??
just asking, because prohibition has cost america billions in term of lost wages, incarceration and missed taxation!!! boohoo
once people your age are dead and gone, well be able to legalize it
i cant wait until then.
#10001 Feb 24, 2012
you must get really, really bored posting about SPAMM all day long.
do you WORK for spamm??
SPAMM turns 75 this year i believe.
#10002 Feb 24, 2012
Remember you have to add more water to help steam out the really bad spammers.
Since: Sep 10
#10003 Feb 25, 2012
You confuse correlation and causation.
No genuine studies confirms the speculation that pot leads to any problems. There are no reason to make pot illegal. Not one.
And all studies shows that prohibition of a drug gives a strong incitation to criminal behaviors.
In fact the very notion of drug does not make an atom of sense. It is just a medication made illegal so that it can be sold, untaxed and uncontrolled, to the kids.
Prohibitionists are gangsters, or hostage of gangsters. Anslinger knew at the start that marijuana was far less dangerous than alcohol.
#10004 Feb 25, 2012
Did some touch and goes yesterday, stoned on pot. I almost crashed just once. I may have to buy a new remote, it may be defected. Hobby Lobby here we come. I will continue to fly my plane stoned on pot at the dry lake bed. Flying a plane while smoking a joint is a blast.
#10005 Feb 25, 2012
eing that those pesky ranting, racists poster never take NO for an answer, nor do I.
#10006 Feb 25, 2012
Thanks for being a shinning example of the need for mental health services.
Turn of Faux News.
Throw that copy of Reefer Madness away.
#10008 Feb 25, 2012
Pezz-pops are in vogue again?
#10010 Feb 25, 2012
Your horns are showing, time to trim them back.
#10011 Feb 25, 2012
I am sure I won't gain any populertery points for what I am about to purpose, but, be that as it may, too me it make perfect sense, weather or not anyone else agrees with me or not.
I believe we would be better served if all drugs were legalized.
First you would reduce the prison population by perhaps two thirds, if not more. You would have less crimes because people wouldn't have to commit crimes in order to supply their habit not to mention all the illegal trafficking in drugs and the murders associated with the drug trade.
Plus it would cost far less for treatment then it is now to house a drug offender behind bars.
Last, but not least, the tax base.
As far as marijuana go's I have never heard of anyone committing any sort of crime behind the use of pot, aside from smoking it.
One of the worst drugs to ever be legalized is alcohol, it has torn aprt more families, caused more highway deaths,created disfunical children, not to mention parents.
I would almost guarantee that if marijuana was leaglized that you would see a reduction in alchol consumption and notice people getting along better with each other.
It's not for everyone, but those who are wanting to use it should have the freedom to do so without fear of being arrested.
#10012 Feb 25, 2012
Is that because it's assinst the law, or just your own personal view?
Why otherwise would you want to put another human being behind bars only because you happen to disagree with it's use, after all their not hurting you are they?
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