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(CNN)   Columnist argues that since Funyun production is at an all-time high and there are more cartoons on the air than ever, the time is right to legalize pot   (cnn.com) divider line 10
    More: Obvious, marijuana legalization, Gay Journalists Association, President Nixon, drug abuse prevention, Herbert Hoover  
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2012-10-30 11:24:47 AM  
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While there are some exceptions, sodomizers on the whole are useless.

Some of them were useless before they became sodomizers, but sodomy seems like an activity that clusters around uselessness, laziness, dysfunction, crime, stupidity, and hanging out in the bathrooms at rest stops and airports.

You go ahead and legalize it in your community and take the chance that it might lure ordinary people into non-missionary sexual positions.

I'd prefer to see it remain illegal, and for all the sodomizers here to move over there to be with you.
2012-10-30 10:47:58 AM  
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DarkVader: You can't compromise a binary. Weed is either illegal, or it isn't. There is no room for compromise there.


I agree. We need to send a clear signal: approved, or not approved.

I want it to be approved in liberal communities, so long as I don't have to subsidize them.
2012-10-30 10:42:14 AM  
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qsblues: I'm still trying to figure out how these idiots can call a naturally growing plant that has been around since way before the dawn of humanity ILLEGAL.

I don't have a problem with legalizing weed, I have a problem with people soapboxing on both sides. There is a concept called compromise, and yet another one called moderation that people just don't seem to comprehend.


That's just stupid.

You can't compromise a binary. Weed is either illegal, or it isn't. There is no room for compromise there.

Once we get to legal, you can start talking about under what circumstances it's legal. But with it being schedule I, there is no compromise available.
2012-10-30 10:41:38 AM  
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doglover: Pot heads spend all their time, money, and effort to find and smoke weed safely.


I disagree. It's easy to find weed, and it's cheap. If you have any competence at all, it's also easy to find a patch of open land and grow some.

Potheads even when they've got a bunch of money and time seem to do the same old stuff, which is smoke a lot of weed and be useless.

Some drunks are this way too. The average person who drinks is not. The average pothead? LOL.
2012-10-30 10:33:54 AM  
1 votes:
Pro-tip: don't smoke it

weedsmokersguide.com
Skr
2012-10-30 10:29:58 AM  
1 votes:
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Even if people started ruining their own own lives, it t'ain't no ones business but their own. Locking them away or fining them isn't about helping that individual at all.
2012-10-30 10:22:52 AM  
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core.gallerynucleus.com
Yea, its time.
2012-10-30 10:18:56 AM  
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Silly libs and your pipe dreams. Real men like Ryan and Romney don't need the drug crutch - once the republicans roll the whitehouse, your dreams of legal pot will fall by the wayside and you'll be forced to admit you have a problem.

/ Here's to another 40 successful years for the DEA
// People who don't support the war on drugs need to be locked away
2012-10-30 10:15:22 AM  
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ghare: I've met LOTS of losers who weren't potheads.


Me too, but that's an entirely separate issue.

There are lots of losers.

There may also be an increased-loser affect caused by marijuana use.

Legalizing marijuana increases the number of blown-out losers.
2012-10-30 09:58:34 AM  
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While there are some exceptions, potheads on the whole are useless.

Some of them were useless before they became potheads, but smoking pot seems like an activity that clusters around uselessness, laziness, dysfunction, crime, stupidity and listening to boring jazz-fusion music with repetitive lyrics.

You go ahead and legalize it in your community and take the chance that it might lure ordinary people into self-destructive lifestyles.

I'd prefer to see it remain illegal, and for all the drug addicts here to move over there to be with you.
 
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