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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Getting busted for weed is like dying on the Middle Passage, or Kristallnacht, or the Killing Fields, it's. . . It's like the nuking of Caprica by the Cylons man   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line 51
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2012-12-20 09:59:47 AM  
A Quentin Tarantino film set in the 19th Century? I guess we won't be seeing a box of breakfast cereal or a pack of Red Apple cigarettes, then...
 
2012-12-20 10:00:42 AM  
The "war on drugs" has been a complete waste of money. Legalize the naturally occuring items (pot, shrooms, etc.). Decriminalize the human tampered items, anything that needs to be created through chemistry of man, and treat the users in a rahabilitation center. Not locking them up for long periods of time on the taxpayers dollar.
 
2012-12-20 10:02:15 AM  
Settle down, Quentin...

img.izismile.com
 
2012-12-20 10:07:22 AM  
Yes the whole of the drug war OS some stoners spending a night in jail before their mom posts bail and takes them back to the basement. Nothing else happens.
 
2012-12-20 10:07:40 AM  
Yeah the war on drugs is farked up.

No it is nothing like slavery.
 
2012-12-20 10:07:59 AM  
Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.
 
2012-12-20 10:08:29 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

[img.izismile.com image 640x526]


What the fark?
 
No, really. What the fark?
 
2012-12-20 10:12:35 AM  
Sounds like Tarantino has gotten a hold of some really good acid. Either that or a bad lobotomy.
 
2012-12-20 10:12:59 AM  

BronyMedic: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

[img.izismile.com image 640x526]

What the fark?

No, really. What the fark?


That picture looks shopped, I can tell by the pixels blah blah blah.
 
2012-12-20 10:16:48 AM  

BronyMedic: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

[img.izismile.com image 640x526]

What the fark?

No, really. What the fark?


If you have seen his movies and/or followed the gossip on the man, he has quite a foot fetish. he makes Rex Ryan look tame.

I'll leave it for you to google, or I'll just leave this: Link
 
2012-12-20 10:18:24 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...


Wtf with that chick's foot?

Also, if we never compared anything to slavery again that would be just great. Nothing is like slavery, except, you know the actual slavery that still exists. So stop it.
 
2012-12-20 10:18:45 AM  
In other news, there's a Greek guy out there with a name even bigger than 'Stephanopoulos'.
 
2012-12-20 10:23:08 AM  
Hmm, no. Possession of less than a gram is a misdemeanor in this state. You won't even go down town, they just hand you a ticket.

/next state over it's legal )
 
2012-12-20 10:23:35 AM  

js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

Wtf with that chick's foot?

Also, if we never compared anything to slavery again that would be just great. Nothing is like slavery, except, you know the actual slavery that still exists. So stop it.


Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish. See my post above in Reply to Brony Medic.
 
2012-12-20 10:25:15 AM  

sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.


That might be true in your state. It is not true in most states.
 
2012-12-20 10:27:55 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: If you have seen his movies and/or followed the gossip on the man, he has quite a foot fetish. he makes Rex Ryan look tame.

I'll leave it for you to google, or I'll just leave this: Link


a3.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
I don't think I like feet as much as you do, Mr. Tarintino.
 
2012-12-20 10:28:31 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

Wtf with that chick's foot?

Also, if we never compared anything to slavery again that would be just great. Nothing is like slavery, except, you know the actual slavery that still exists. So stop it.

Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish. See my post above in Reply to Brony Medic.


Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish gave that woman size thirteen feet that appear to join her legs mid-calf? Ok.
 
2012-12-20 10:29:47 AM  
Getting busted for weed is more like an arrest, car impounded, clusterfark inTx.

I don't fully agree with Tarantino, but he's attempting to start an important discussion.
 
2012-12-20 10:32:50 AM  
I dunno, guys. I saw a black male get busted for pot the other day, and next thing you know, the cops have him in chains and up on an auction block. After that, they began whipping him and yelling, "Your name is TOBY!". The pot user, exhausted and hanging limply from a whipping post, replied under his breath, "Kunta...Kinte..." and WHACK! The police officer whipped him again and yelled, "It's TOBY!" I was pretty stunned.
 
2012-12-20 10:35:04 AM  

NannyStatePark: Getting busted for weed is more like an arrest, car impounded, clusterfark inTx.

I don't fully agree with Tarantino, but he's attempting to start an important discussion.


Getting arrested for weed in NJ, you could lose your drivers license. That's any quantity.
 
2012-12-20 10:36:12 AM  

liam76: Yeah the war on drugs is farked up.

No it is nothing like slavery.


Yeah, prisoners get paid a quarter of an hour for working, at least.
 
2012-12-20 10:36:36 AM  

js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

Wtf with that chick's foot?

Also, if we never compared anything to slavery again that would be just great. Nothing is like slavery, except, you know the actual slavery that still exists. So stop it.

Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish. See my post above in Reply to Brony Medic.

Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish gave that woman size thirteen feet that appear to join her legs mid-calf? Ok.


Sorry. I'll try harder next time.
 
2012-12-20 10:39:37 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: js34603: Smoky Dragon Dish: Settle down, Quentin...

Wtf with that chick's foot?

Also, if we never compared anything to slavery again that would be just great. Nothing is like slavery, except, you know the actual slavery that still exists. So stop it.

Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish. See my post above in Reply to Brony Medic.

Quentin Tarantino's foot fetish gave that woman size thirteen feet that appear to join her legs mid-calf? Ok.

Sorry. I'll try harder next time.


media.tumblr.com
 
2012-12-20 10:39:49 AM  
It's like the Borg attack at Wolf 359 man!
 
2012-12-20 10:44:58 AM  

DarkSoulNoHope: It's like the Borg attack at Wolf 359 man!


It seems more like the destruction of Alderaan to me.... I mean, it was a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced

armystrongstories.com
 
2012-12-20 10:46:24 AM  

thurstonxhowell: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

That might be true in your state. It is not true in most states.


Yeah, well I'm originally from PA, and they didn't even have slaves, so slavery didn't even exist! Oh, wait, now I live in SC and it appears that revision to history was baseless.

Believe whatever you like, but the government has done a bang-up job of pouring many many billions into no positive results with respect to supply or demand for drugs, while fostering an organized criminal system that impacts the poor in this country and worldwide the most that results in thousands of deaths every year. Compare the drug-related deaths in Ciudad Juarez to those attributable to the slave system, and yes those drug deaths are all about American customers getting their product.

Meanwhile in the land of the free, we have a massive disparity in drug arrests, prosecutions, and imprisonments between whites vs. blacks and Hispanics. Same crime: vastly different result for the perpetrators.

At least with slavery we could blame it on the Bible or the fact that slavery was extremely common worldwide (not like it isn't still pervasive in some areas). The drug war has tomes of facts, budget sheets, arrest reports... mountains of data with which to make informed decisions. But we don't. So yeah, make fun of Quentin Tarantino all you want because YOU never got busted for weed possession and got to proceed on with your life... there's no problem if it never affected you!

/never did illegal drugs
//probably never will
 
2012-12-20 10:58:30 AM  

Holocaust Agnostic: drug war OS


Is that Linux based?
 
2012-12-20 11:02:14 AM  
The war on drugs is complete B.S. but equating it to slavery? Reminds of the woman who claimed she was "holocausted" during Katrina.

/After spending 18 months in Louisiana, I wish Katrina would have remain perpetual.
 
2012-12-20 11:05:15 AM  
No one ever looks at the potential upside of the War on Drugs.

Just think, if only Obama had gotten busted when he was a pot smoker, it would have saved us all a lot of butthurt.

Will no one think of the butthurt?
 
2012-12-20 11:17:21 AM  

zedster: Holocaust Agnostic: drug war OS

Is that Linux based?


No, QNX.
 
2012-12-20 11:21:44 AM  
its like the sum of all fears, man.
 
2012-12-20 11:21:49 AM  

sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.


In MA maybe, most other places it's a court appearance ($100-$400 right there), probation if you're white, incarceration if you're black. If you don't believe me, attend some courtroom hearings in the south. Not to mention the crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the fact that minorities (especially blacks) are incarcerated disproportionately to their actual use, stop-and-frisk laws in NY targeting minorities, and more.

Some information
Stopped and frisked for "being a farking mutt"

/but no, there is no drug war anymore
//retard
 
2012-12-20 11:44:28 AM  

Matrix Flavored Wasabi: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

In MA maybe, most other places it's a court appearance ($100-$400 right there), probation if you're white, incarceration if you're black. If you don't believe me, attend some courtroom hearings in the south. Not to mention the crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the fact that minorities (especially blacks) are incarcerated disproportionately to their actual use, stop-and-frisk laws in NY targeting minorities, and more.

Some information
Stopped and frisked for "being a farking mutt"

/but no, there is no drug war anymore
//retard


not to mention while serving that 2 to 20 year sentence for that crack rock they had, they will live in fine luxury of shared rooms, other peoples clothes, delicious grade C food, and the possibility to be hired out for $5 an hour(they don't get $5 an hour, the prison does, but don't worry they pass the buck, they pay upwards of 10cents an hour, 20cents if it's really labor intensive).
 
2012-12-20 11:46:52 AM  
Get yer ticket now.
I am starting a what you call it.
Last brown man to be arrested on MJ charges, possession, not dealing, wins.
 
2012-12-20 11:47:51 AM  

factoryconnection: thurstonxhowell: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

That might be true in your state. It is not true in most states.

Yeah, well I'm originally from PA, and they didn't even have slaves, so slavery didn't even exist! Oh, wait, now I live in SC and it appears that revision to history was baseless.

Believe whatever you like, but the government has done a bang-up job of pouring many many billions into no positive results with respect to supply or demand for drugs, while fostering an organized criminal system that impacts the poor in this country and worldwide the most that results in thousands of deaths every year. Compare the drug-related deaths in Ciudad Juarez to those attributable to the slave system, and yes those drug deaths are all about American customers getting their product.

Meanwhile in the land of the free, we have a massive disparity in drug arrests, prosecutions, and imprisonments between whites vs. blacks and Hispanics. Same crime: vastly different result for the perpetrators.

At least with slavery we could blame it on the Bible or the fact that slavery was extremely common worldwide (not like it isn't still pervasive in some areas). The drug war has tomes of facts, budget sheets, arrest reports... mountains of data with which to make informed decisions. But we don't. So yeah, make fun of Quentin Tarantino all you want because YOU never got busted for weed possession and got to proceed on with your life... there's no problem if it never affected you!

/never did illegal drugs
//probably never will


Is it illegal when the law is not legal?
 
2012-12-20 11:51:21 AM  

snocone: Is it illegal when the law is not legal?


I added it for the perspective not as someone that does drugs and wants them legalized, or has any legal troubles stemming from drugs, but instead as someone that believes that our drug policy is unjust.

To clarify: the only controlled substances I've ever used were as directed, by prescription, for the problem the doctor was treating. No MJ, shrooms, or any other recreational drug other than alcohol.
 
2012-12-20 11:56:40 AM  

factoryconnection: snocone: Is it illegal when the law is not legal?

I added it for the perspective not as someone that does drugs and wants them legalized, or has any legal troubles stemming from drugs, but instead as someone that believes that our drug policy is unjust.

To clarify: the only controlled substances I've ever used were as directed, by prescription, for the problem the doctor was treating. No MJ, shrooms, or any other recreational drug other than alcohol.


What if your doctor recommended an "illegal" drug for your survival?
 
2012-12-20 12:00:48 PM  
His comments are a bit extreme, but he's right about a couple things. The for-profit prisons seek to incarcerate as many people as possible and our draconian drugs laws often treat addiction as a serious crime as opposed to a public health issue. Snatching someone and putting them in a cage for decades because they're a heroin addict probably isn't the most efficient solution. Nor is crowding our prison system and bleeding our resources fighting something as relatively harmless as marijuana.
 
2012-12-20 12:00:56 PM  
Does that farkin crackhead ever make sense? Do less cocaine and maybe you'll come back to reality Quentin.
 
2012-12-20 12:04:11 PM  

AbiNormal: Does that farkin crackhead ever make sense? Do less cocaine and maybe you'll come back to reality Quentin.


Quentin makes movies that have strong black men. You don't like strong black men, right?
 
2012-12-20 12:04:21 PM  

factoryconnection: snocone: Is it illegal when the law is not legal?

I added it for the perspective not as someone that does drugs and wants them legalized, or has any legal troubles stemming from drugs, but instead as someone that believes that our drug policy is unjust.

To clarify: the only controlled substances I've ever used were as directed, by prescription, for the problem the doctor was treating. No MJ, shrooms, or any other recreational drug other than alcohol.


Lucky for you alcohol is legal, "here".
Do you get any glimmer of where this goes?
 
2012-12-20 12:18:19 PM  

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: zedster: Holocaust Agnostic: drug war OS

Is that Linux based?

No, QNX.


Crackberry joke?
 
2012-12-20 12:19:54 PM  

factoryconnection: Meanwhile in the land of the free, we have a massive disparity in drug arrests, prosecutions, and imprisonments between whites vs. blacks and Hispanics. Same crime: vastly different result for the perpetrators.


I know i fyou just look at race, crime and imprisonment rates this pops out, but I am wonderingif anyone has also factored in wealth, prior offences, and additional crimes.
 
2012-12-20 12:24:28 PM  

liam76: factoryconnection: Meanwhile in the land of the free, we have a massive disparity in drug arrests, prosecutions, and imprisonments between whites vs. blacks and Hispanics. Same crime: vastly different result for the perpetrators.

I know i fyou just look at race, crime and imprisonment rates this pops out, but I am wonderingif anyone has also factored in wealth, prior offences, and additional crimes.


They get them for weed to get the arrest record started.
 
2012-12-20 12:29:23 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: AbiNormal: Does that farkin crackhead ever make sense? Do less cocaine and maybe you'll come back to reality Quentin.

Quentin makes movies that have strong black men. You don't like strong black men, right?


No, I don't like strong black men. I love them!
 
2012-12-20 12:42:14 PM  

AbiNormal: StoPPeRmobile: AbiNormal: Does that farkin crackhead ever make sense? Do less cocaine and maybe you'll come back to reality Quentin.

Quentin makes movies that have strong black men. You don't like strong black men, right?

No, I don't like strong black men. I love them!


lol
 
2012-12-20 01:02:28 PM  

Matrix Flavored Wasabi: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

In MA maybe, most other places it's a court appearance ($100-$400 right there), probation if you're white, incarceration if you're black. If you don't believe me, attend some courtroom hearings in the south. Not to mention the crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the fact that minorities (especially blacks) are incarcerated disproportionately to their actual use, stop-and-frisk laws in NY targeting minorities, and more.

Some information
Stopped and frisked for "being a farking mutt"

/but no, there is no drug war anymore
//retard


I doubt many people would blink an eye if the officers in that video were murdered in the street for their actions against the community they supposedly protect.  What a bunch of roided up dickbags.  The officers in that video are not reasonable men with the aim of upholding the law.  Those are psychopaths with little snowflake egos and badges that let them get away with all the minority harassment a small dicked hillbilly could ever want.
 
"Why do you have an empty bag"
"I had my hoodie in there, but it got cold so I put it on"
"WHY YOU TALKING TO ME LIKE THAT?!?!?  I ARE COP!!! HURRR!!  YOU SHUT UP NAO!"
 
2012-12-20 01:05:04 PM  

Spaced Cowboy: Matrix Flavored Wasabi: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

In MA maybe, most other places it's a court appearance ($100-$400 right there), probation if you're white, incarceration if you're black. If you don't believe me, attend some courtroom hearings in the south. Not to mention the crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the fact that minorities (especially blacks) are incarcerated disproportionately to their actual use, stop-and-frisk laws in NY targeting minorities, and more.

Some information
Stopped and frisked for "being a farking mutt"

/but no, there is no drug war anymore
//retard

I doubt many people would blink an eye if the officers in that video were murdered in the street for their actions against the community they supposedly protect.  What a bunch of roided up dickbags.  The officers in that video are not reasonable men with the aim of upholding the law.  Those are psychopaths with little snowflake egos and badges that let them get away with all the minority harassment a small dicked hillbilly could ever want.

"Why do you have an empty bag"
"I had my hoodie in there, but it got cold so I put it on"
"WHY YOU TALKING TO ME LIKE THAT?!?!?  I ARE COP!!! HURRR!!  YOU SHUT UP NAO!"


They carry black, scary, assault guns too.
 
2012-12-20 01:12:05 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Spaced Cowboy: Matrix Flavored Wasabi: sandbar67: Getting busted for weed is more like a $100 ticket and they take your weed (sometimes). Slavery? Not so much.

In MA maybe, most other places it's a court appearance ($100-$400 right there), probation if you're white, incarceration if you're black. If you don't believe me, attend some courtroom hearings in the south. Not to mention the crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the fact that minorities (especially blacks) are incarcerated disproportionately to their actual use, stop-and-frisk laws in NY targeting minorities, and more.

Some information
Stopped and frisked for "being a farking mutt"

/but no, there is no drug war anymore
//retard

I doubt many people would blink an eye if the officers in that video were murdered in the street for their actions against the community they supposedly protect.  What a bunch of roided up dickbags.  The officers in that video are not reasonable men with the aim of upholding the law.  Those are psychopaths with little snowflake egos and badges that let them get away with all the minority harassment a small dicked hillbilly could ever want.

"Why do you have an empty bag"
"I had my hoodie in there, but it got cold so I put it on"
"WHY YOU TALKING TO ME LIKE THAT?!?!?  I ARE COP!!! HURRR!!  YOU SHUT UP NAO!"

They carry black, scary, assault guns too.


WHY YOU LOOKING AT ME!!?!?!?!  YOU WANT GO TO JAIL!!
 
2012-12-20 01:15:55 PM  
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