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 Legalize?, where do you stand?
legalization of drugs vs. war on terror
Do you think drugs should be legalized?
yes, all drugs [ 40 ] ** [43.01%]
yes, but only certain drugs i.e. weed, salvia [ 45 ] ** [48.39%]
no, all drugs including alcohol are dangerous and should be made illegal [ 2 ] ** [2.15%]
no, the drugs that already illegal should stay that way [ 6 ] ** [6.45%]
Do you think "the war on drugs" is really worth it? Please explain your answer.
yes [ 7 ] ** [7.53%]
yes, but not the way its currently being conducted [ 21 ] ** [22.58%]
no [ 65 ] ** [69.89%]
If you could choose between "the war on terror" or "the war on drugs" which would it be?
The war on terror [ 23 ] ** [24.73%]
The war on drugs [ 8 ] ** [8.60%]
I'd like to see them combined [ 7 ] ** [7.53%]
niether [ 55 ] ** [59.14%]
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post Nov 5 2009, 06:50 AM
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a friend of mine at work summed it up in parody, he said "oh i'm sorry officer, i smoked some weed, went home, and didn't beat my wife"


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a friend of mine at work summed it up in parody, he said "oh i'm sorry officer, i smoked some weed, went home, and didn't beat my wife"


Which that same cop probably got off work, went to the bar, went home and DID beat his wife....


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post Nov 6 2009, 06:16 PM
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Marijuana is my Balladona.
its my deadly nightshade and my magick herb.

peace. stay green (IMG:style_emoticons/default/connie_witchy.gif)


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post Nov 7 2009, 12:33 AM
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QUOTE(Acid09 @ Nov 4 2009, 05:27 PM) *

I can't remember the name of the county but in California there is a county where pot is totally legal. Not only is it legal, it contributes to 60% of the county's income - at least according to the MSNBC show "Marijuana, a Medical Industry" at least I think that's what it was called....

Do you guys know what kind of illnesses can allow you to get a doctor recommendation for pot? Depression, insomnia, asthema.


Humboldt county is probably better-known for pot growing, and they seem to make comparatively good money from it. Late August always had bigger buyers in the jewelry store as the crops were being sold. In Del Norte county, it seemed like everyone smoked and nobody made money from it. By "everyone" I mean ... everyone: the teachers, the politicians, the shop owners, everyone. As I said before the biggest problems occurred when you needed to get cash from someone and they wanted to trade pot for goods and services. The tax people will take gold nuggets, the water dept will take fish or chickens, the auto mechanics take pot, but the power company only wants cash. Those jerks!

I knew people who claimed "anxiety" was their illness. Specifically, anxiety over being arrested for growing dope! They got the cards after all.

On the other hand, I remember a blind Orthodox monk and a man with no legs who owned a TV, a bong, and a picture of Jesus. They would sit around with Sunday Church on TV, smoking dope and scratching Lotto tickets. I can't imagine anyone thinking that pot was somehow creating social disturbances through these people.


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On the other hand, I remember a blind Orthodox monk and a man with no legs who owned a TV, a bong, and a picture of Jesus. They would sit around with Sunday Church on TV, smoking dope and scratching Lotto tickets. I can't imagine anyone thinking that pot was somehow creating social disturbances through these people.


lmfao!! Just something about a blind Orthodox monk and a dude with no legs watching some Evangelical priest on tv while playing kino and smoking ganja makes me smile....


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