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Posted 6/12/16

Yume_Mirai wrote:

Eugenics.


Wouldn't that be more of making a law rather than taking one away?
Posted 6/12/16

jtjumper wrote:


Yume_Mirai wrote:

Eugenics.


Wouldn't that be more of making a law rather than taking one away?


Perhaps. My mind is a bit preoccupied atm, excuse me.
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LSD

If you do your research on Psychedelic drugs, you will see just how twisted the information on it has been in order to keep people away from it. And you will see that psychedelics have huge benefits to long term mental health and how beneficial it is to people suffering from depression, ptsd, etc.
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If it can be Legal for only me then it would be Murder, but legal for everyone I'm not sure.


....step away from the knife!
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LSD

If you do your research on Psychedelic drugs, you will see just how twisted the information on it has been in order to keep people away from it. And you will see that psychedelics have huge benefits to long term mental health and how beneficial it is to people suffering from depression, ptsd, etc.


TL;DR GET ME SOME SHROOMS MAN!
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KurdishSenpai wrote:

LSD

If you do your research on Psychedelic drugs, you will see just how twisted the information on it has been in order to keep people away from it. And you will see that psychedelics have huge benefits to long term mental health and how beneficial it is to people suffering from depression, ptsd, etc.


TL;DR GET ME SOME SHROOMS MAN!


Right xDDDD
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Marijuana for any reason, recreational or medical
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all drugs. the illegalization of drugs does not solve any of the underlying problems that result in their use and exacerbates the problems involved in rehabilitation and recovery by punishing individuals when they should be being helped. additionally it overinflates prison populations and taxes the legal system.
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all drugs. the illegalization of drugs does not solve any of the underlying problems that result in their use and exacerbates the problems involved in rehabilitation and recovery by punishing individuals when they should be being helped. additionally it overinflates prison populations and taxes the legal system.


Would this removes restrictions for children, as well, or just adults?
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only one thing? granted it's not illegal in my country, but i'd change the law that says gay men can't donate blood because it was instated during the AIDS epidemic 30 years ago and isn't necessary any more.
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Marijuana for any reason, recreational or medical


Agreed I mean the stuff saves lives yet its illegal and criminalized. But drinking poison (alcohol) is totally acceptable!

Plus here's a guest pass if anyone wants it KF9JPD6CV9H
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Even though it doesn't affect me anymore, the U.S. drinking age. When you are 18 years old you can join the armed forces, buy tobacco, buy a gun (not a pistol), vote, participate in adult films, serve on a jury, and be tried as an adult in court. However buying and drinking a beer is crossing the line.
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Posted 6/14/16

ran76 wrote:


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Vigilante Justice... murder for those who deserve it.

and when you kill someone that turns out to be innocent?


Exactly what I thought.

Also, I'd advocate for recreational marijuana. Selfish reasons.


vigilante justice only ever really works if the criminal is caught in the act or in works of fiction. there are way to many variables after the fact



That's what I thought. And also, some people's definitions of "caught in the act" is completely subjective....... One wrong gesture and an awkward timing - like walking into a room after a murder has occurred with their hands red from touching and checking the dead person.............

Mmhmmmm.
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hmmm a good point. the way i see it it could simply fall under the same category as alcohol and nicotine with a hard age restriction. it is not a perfect method with many flaws, but it is however an established and functional way of preventing or at least reducing child abuse via drugs. of course the whole thing becomes moot without significant reform of the medical system specifically the mental health and overprescription aspects.
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