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Posted 7/22/17
The drugs that kill people yes, weed no.

But like Heroine, LSD, Cocaine ect yes imo.
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No, unless you want natural selection to occur and improve the human race (maybe, assuming someone high doesn't nuke everyone) in a few thousand years.
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Potentsaliva wrote:

420 blaze it!


Damnnn Piiich I thought you was 14 and you out here smoking.

Keep it gangsta my G.

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Posted 7/22/17

amejia0 wrote:


Potentsaliva wrote:

420 blaze it!


Damnnn Piiich I thought you was 14 and you out here smoking.

Keep it gangsta my G.



Will do.
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Posted 7/22/17 , edited 7/22/17
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No

We should execute the drug dealers.
No prison sentence, no second chance, execution.



Duterte much?
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The death toll from just accidental OD'ing alone would be in the low millions during the first 3 months of full legalisation of EVERY ILLEGAL DRUG more if you throw away the restrictions on prescription pain killers as well.

It would be a great way of ridding your society of the sick, homeless, poor and mentally ill.

Although the bulldozers and lime pits required to deal with the bodies piling up may trigger some people.


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Weed Yes, Any Drug thats not batsht insane Yes, Any Drug that is batsht insane No. If the prohibition era taught us anything, it is that the war on any type of substance tends to fail more often than not.
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Actually Portugal did that, and it halfed addict rates in half for most hard drugs, not only that but hte government provided clean needles and such to those who couldn't get them. Because of this shift in what to spend their money on, it went from 90% goes into stopping the drug use and 10% helping drug users into 90% helping drug users and 10% into stopping the drug use or supply.
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Posted 7/23/17 , edited 7/23/17

TheZaphod wrote:

The death toll from just accidental OD'ing alone would be in the low millions during the first 3 months of full legalisation of EVERY ILLEGAL DRUG more if you throw away the restrictions on prescription pain killers as well.

It would be a great way of ridding your society of the sick, homeless, poor and mentally ill.

Although the bulldozers and lime pits required to deal with the bodies piling up may trigger some people.




You act like that isn't the present purpose of said drugs flooding the ghettos.

Replace the word ridding with imprisoning

"It would be a great way of imprisoning your society of the sick, homeless, poor and mentally ill."
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Posted 7/23/17
Amejia0.

I think the imprisoning is more of a side effect rather than the explicit purpose of the so called "War On Drugs".

Although it would be trivially easy to murder vast number of "addicts" with ultra pure "illegal drugs" if full legalisation became a thing and the government decided "those people" were a burden society should be rid of.

Esp if they could offload the blame onto now hopelessly overloaded hospital ER depts.

The picture gets a lot more ugly if prescription painkillers became over the counter, no questions asked policy.

Suffering an expensive medical condition such as cancer or a mental illness?

Be careful about running up too large a tab or you may find your pain medication now has some "extra kick" to help you get to sleep at night.

After all, it is very easy to OD on certain medications.










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I wouldn't go as far to legalize all of them right away. Perhaps a more gradual approach. In my state of Massachusetts we haven't even fully implemented our legal Medical Marijuana laws from many many years ago. We 'passed' legal Recreational Marjiuana. Who knows when we'll see that. So I think trying to rush legalization through for everything all at once may be a bit too much.

I am certainly for getting Jail Time out of the equation. Throwing people behind a wall for a few years completely disrupts lives and shows no promise for anyone. Just pushes the ball down the road. They should do something else....dig trenches or some other service. If they are truly harming Society by their drugs, their punishment should be in some way constructive.
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Posted 7/23/17
-yawns- Might as well legalize everything! Yes, you will see Human bodies at Black Market Window Display!
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Oh yes, let's legalize all the drugs so that we can have even more addicts walking the streets. I don't know about you, but I'd rather not have more Meth users on the streets.
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Posted 7/23/17 , edited 7/23/17
I think they shouldn't make any drug illegal ...just make the harmful ones expensive, and we would be done with the entire drug hype in just a couple of weeks.

No one wants to sell an item for less than it's worth.

No one wants to pay too much for an item as well.

Problem solved.

They do it with cars, houses, land, and everything else so why not drugs.
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Posted 7/23/17
what's this about portugal USA completely different than portugal we can't approach problems the same way. lol
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