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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 01:46 AM Thread Starter
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Since Washington passed their dope law, post up on how long it will take for our soon to be departed resident fog brained druggie Turd to move there.

.. Visions of that kunt scouring the interwebz sourcing and buying a 220 volt vaporizer.

I say 7 months.


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Turd, poop same thing. http://www.poopbgoneinc.com/

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 03:54 AM
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I vote for truth, honesty, maturity.

I vote for ending a stupid, social/class warfare of prohibition on something that's NEVER killed anyone by overdose, has tiny health consequences, and is actually quite fun and creatively inspiring.

I vote for life.
Everything in moderation.


But not meth.
That shit's evil:

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Wutsa mattuh, OF? Sore you guys lost the global warming debate?


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No need to move to Washington. It's accepted practically everywhere on the coast nowadays. You can't stop progress. You can only cling to the past...or god and guns...whichever the case may be.
Funny thing; that reminds me of Islamists.
Go figure.

Thanks for starting this thread. Good topic.

But if you want me to leave you should just stop being stupid. PLEASE!

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As I am not an American and so I know my comment won't mean shit to either of you (we know how you feel about us), but I don't care.

I just want to say that one of you makes me chuckle when I do bother reading your blather and the other just sounds like a cranky old bastid...carry on.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 12:26 PM
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Stoners

I remember the stoners from high school. Blank vacant stare, no ambition, graduate high school by simply being there.

Only good reason to legalize it is so you can tax it so you can pay for the problems it will create. What I saw coming out Washington was a pretty steep tax structure right off the bat.
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You might be surprised to know where those high school stoners ended up. A lot of the ones I knew at that stage of my life are now white-collar and at the top of their professions.

Using your basis of analysis, I could also point out the drunks who make a living out of hanging around at the local bar, or the brown-bagging drunks who populate the alleys, courtesy of alcohol, the "other" legal drug.

At the end of the day, like most things in life, it boils down to use vs abuse......

On another note, seeing as how we're on the topic of generalizations, I have seen more than my share of sportbike riders pulling wheelies and stunt riding on various highways and freeways over the years. Surely nothing good can come from riding around on some race-inspired, overpowered motorcycle. Perhaps we should look at banning those dangerous contraptions.....

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You might be surprised to know where those high school stoners ended up. A lot of the ones I knew at that stage of my life are now white-collar and at the top of their professions.

Using your basis of analysis, I could also point out the drunks who make a living out of hanging around at the local bar, or the brown-bagging drunks who populate the alleys, courtesy of alcohol, the "other" legal drug.

At the end of the day, like most things in life, it boils down to use vs abuse......

On another note, seeing as how we're on the topic of generalizations, I have seen more than my share of sportbike riders pulling wheelies and stunt riding on various highways and freeways over the years. Surely nothing good can come from riding around on some race-inspired, overpowered motorcycle. Perhaps we should look at banning those dangerous contraptions.....
+1.

Use and abuse rate are unlIkely to change with legalizaon. at least tax $ could e used to deal with the same consequences that already exist and without siphoning tax revenue from other places. Plus surplus revenue could have positive impacts elsewhere or reduce tax burden elsewhere. Another benefit would be reduced gang involvement ....... Until wall street get their hands on it lol

don't get me wrong, I"m all about free choice but I hate the idea of drug/alcohol/tobacco use because of the social externalities....

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