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Should marijuana be legalized?
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Posted 7/21/11
I believe that all drugs should be legalized. Regardless of what we were told while growing up, drugs is just another choice that a person makes. If they decide to do drugs and drive then their decision could cost the life of a person.

Some may say that this person's life could have been avoided by not legalizing drugs but I object to that notion. The truth is that all our fate's are sealed, we cannot change that. Everyone here has a day that they are meant to die. So because that person happened to die in a car wreck it was just that their time card has finally expired.

Let's say this person who died is considered Subject A. All drugs are not legalized. Because fate is still tied to Subject A, this person will still die regardless of the situation.

Subject A could die from countless things: Heart Attack, Lightning strike, Fire, Dehydration, Poison, and so much more.
So in the end, even if drugs were legalized it wouldn't matter if subject A died from a car wreck or a bad drug deal gone wrong.

Drugs are a choice; the same as whether we decide to smoke cigarettes or wear a certain outfit for the day. Everything is choice. If a person chooses to become addicted to drugs and ruins their life then that's on them.

Legalizing drugs would simply be a more effective way to combat the economic crisis. Tax drugs and you make money.
Work with the drug lords and you have a new economic system.
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nope
Posted 7/21/11
its all good.lets just not take life so seriously and follow up Hollands perspective about what wrong and whats not :PJK
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Posted 8/2/11
yeah.....whatever
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Posted 8/2/11
Legalize dem weeds already!
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Posted 8/7/11
I don't see how adding to the already dangerous legal drugs is going to benefit society beside making them feel goooooooddd
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Posted 8/7/11 , edited 8/7/11

FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't see how adding to the already dangerous legal drugs is going to benefit society beside making them feel goooooooddd


Do a study on it, before you make another remark! 1. Hemp has been shown to be a better, cheaper, renewable, cleaner fuel for vehicles than todays gas products. 2. Hemp can be made into higher quality plastic than any oil products, 3. Hemp can be made into paper , cloathing, and rope far cheaper, and with less harful affect to are environment. At that it has been shown to be good for the Dirt. 4. The wood and oil companies are responsible for the smear campain, and illegalisation of this would be cash crop, and medical miracle drug. ( DO TO THE FACT IT WOULD HAVE eradicated the need for both there environmentally harmful meal tickets. 5. as we know lumber and oil tycoons are the major powers running are country. (NOTHING BUT THE FACTS.) By the way Hemp has been shown to be safer for your health than caffeine and other drugs placed in are food products.
Posted 8/7/11

FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't see how adding to the already dangerous legal drugs is going to benefit society beside making them feel goooooooddd


By not criminalizing a substance, people are less likely to feel inclined to procure it while keeping it hidden from the authorities.
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dirgelament wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't see how adding to the already dangerous legal drugs is going to benefit society beside making them feel goooooooddd


By not criminalizing a substance, people are less likely to feel inclined to procure it while keeping it hidden from the authorities.

well duh because it won't be illegal
Posted 8/7/11 , edited 8/7/11

FlyinDumpling wrote:


dirgelament wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't see how adding to the already dangerous legal drugs is going to benefit society beside making them feel goooooooddd


By not criminalizing a substance, people are less likely to feel inclined to procure it while keeping it hidden from the authorities.

well duh because it won't be illegal


And by it being legal, you'd see less of it used because there is less thrill induced in people from doing something rebellious by using it. Marijuana would remain a "gateway drug" in the same context that alcohol is, yet alcohol has a certain age requirement based on the country you live in, though alcohol is entirely criminalized in some countries regardless of age. We could see the use of marijuana legalized for people "of age" to procure it.
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Posted 8/7/11 , edited 8/7/11
I'll keep that in mind when I'm smoking Marijuana

Posted 8/7/11
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I'll keep that in mind when I'm smoking Marijuana



Have you ever tried it?

Posted 8/7/11

FlyinDumpling wrote:

I'll keep that in mind when I'm smoking Marijuana



It might be difficult, since a person's thought patterns and even perception of time are altered by THC. I have smoked the MJ myself, and conclude that its recreational usage is best kept in a scenario where you are relatively safe i.e. not operating a motor vehicle.
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Posted 8/7/11 , edited 8/7/11
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I'll keep that in mind when I'm smoking Marijuana



Have you ever tried it?



Never in my life have I smoked. I don't plan on it either
v nah, I'm too pure for that stuff
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Have you ever tried it?



Never in my life have I smoked. I don't plan on it either

It's fun. You should try it.
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