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By observant - / Tuesday 15 May 2012 14:24 / United States
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By  Keevarou  |  16

She was in the middle of a lecture.. So that's usually where the concentration goes somestimes, at least for me. But hey, she cares about you, that's a good thing anyway, an you are aware of your surroundings, so it should be fine. In worst case, just tell your mom that, then it would be ok

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By  Keevarou  |  16

She was in the middle of a lecture.. So that's usually where the concentration goes somestimes, at least for me. But hey, she cares about you, that's a good thing anyway, an you are aware of your surroundings, so it should be fine. In worst case, just tell your mom that, then it would be ok

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  boofgall  |  16

It's illegal, why do you make it sound like it's as normal as trading cards?

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  retyi43  |  14

because there are never any violent disputes over drug deals

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  reddudeover  |  2

15 - Because it should be people have the right to do with their bodies what they wish. 22 - MOSTLY because it's illegal, when alcohol was illegal there were bootleggers that killed for the right to make and sell alcohol. Now that it's legal people only die from drinking it too much, or drinking and driving (or being on the receiving end).

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  Doxy  |  22

That was directed at 22. And 24, I think people can do what they want with their bodies as long as no other people are concerned. They can get tattoos, eye tattoos, piercings and I'm fine with that. But not only drug use can harm your body (and there was a thread about it somewhere already), you can accidentally harm other people (eg driving while high or accidentally pushing someone of the stairs without realising).

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  reddudeover  |  2

32. That's why there are laws against operating vehicles while "impaired" whether it's by alcohol, prescription drugs or even being sleepy. Banning drugs does MUCH more harm than good and it is also needlessly expensive, as we can see the results of legalization and decriminalization in other countries.

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  Doxy  |  22

Fair enough, but like with alcohol, some people will disregard the rules. So I guess if they are there or not wouldn't really change a thing to them.

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  Isoldael  |  25

24 - main reason they want people to stay somewhat mentally sane is because the government invests in its people and wants people to work when they grow up (and I don't mean as drug dealers, but a job where people pay taxes over their income).

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  mhopper  |  13

Drugs are dangerous when gangs are involved. The selling and distribution of drugs in certain areas is what gang wars revolve around, which in turn leads to violence and murder sprees. The only drug that should be legalized is marijuana because it does serve medicinal purposes. All other drugs are extremely dangerous, whether or not they are legal.

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  reddudeover  |  2

43. Like I said there are already other countries that have done this with SUCESS. There are plenty of LEGAL drug dealers they're called pharmacist and liquor stores. 48. What would be the medical benefit of smoking tobacco or drinking alcohol be again? It doesn't matter if I wish to do something dangerous with my body if I'm not hurting anyone else then leave me to it.

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  reddudeover  |  2

And the gangs being invloved in it are a direct result of it being illegal, like I said with prohibition and alcohol. You make it legal and all of a sudden people can get it legally and safely no need to go to gangs or smugglers.

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  reddudeover  |  2

41. It would change a lot we wouldn't have people that haven't hurt anyone crowing the prison systems and ruining their lives. We'd have the tax money that the drugs would generate and the jobs to go along with them (producing, and helping the people that eventually get addicted) we'd get rid of the social stigma that goes along with getting help for drugs lots would change mostly having more freedom which is always good. Sorry everyone for so many and such long post.

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  marmlr339  |  14

Legalize or decriminalize all drugs. Make them available at shops. At least then the quality would be consistent. Harm reduction is much more efficient than turning drug users into criminals. Alcohol and tobacco are drugs and both are more harmful and addictive than weed, MDMA, LSD and amphetamine.

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  mxpklx  |  12

I remember my first drug deal witness. It was in the airport parking lot. Maybe ADD is a good thing. Makes you experience more stuff haha

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  marmlr339  |  14

134 - that would probably be the ridelin you take for treating ADD. Ridelin is a type of amphetamine. Amphetamines make you focus and concentrate really well. You notice little things you normally wouldnt

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  SaturnV  |  25

Harm reduction is indeed a better policy when it comes to drug users, as opposed to criminalizing them. As history has proved many times over, making something illegal won't prevent it from happening and the people who keep doing it despite its being illegal certainly won't stop because you tell them to or because it's bad for them/others. Plus, once you prohibit something, you lose the ability to regulate it.

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  Doxy  |  22

Haha it actually would. Though I'm sure someone somewhere already called dibs on the name. Rereading my comment I realised it does actually seem as though I'm promoting a band.

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  Doxy  |  22

But then again I'd be a jellyfish and not give a damn about that. I'd be too busy doing jellyfish things like bobbling around and stinging people. Maybe if I'm lucky Dory will adopt me.

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  KaanTech  |  0

Well you may get banned for a 1 week or something for saying post is fake (which is....) (Not this time admin not this time!) But hell, i totally agree with you

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  rubberduckie94  |  13

Actually I worked at the Walmart bakery and as I was walking in at 3am on morning they were busting up a meth lab they were pulling out of a converted van in the parking lot.

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  br0ccoli  |  14

Rubberduckie94 - for a second there I thought you wrote that the meth lab was IN the bakery. I knew they had $5 generics, but I did not know they had meth-laced French rolls...I don't know the street price of meth, but that sounds like a deal...

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