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2014-01-06 08:11:25 PM  
chasd00:
i call bs on the last point, by your logic there would be no underage drinking.

and yes it is a problem in Europe
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-25047079


Fun fact: In Alberta the drinking age is 18 but you can give your own kids alcohol in you own residence or temporary residence (RV, hotel room, etc.).  No lower limit.  That's how to get your 2 year old to sleep! ;-p  There are similar, although varying, rules for underage drinking in most provinces.  Anyhow it's completely legit to give your 14 year-old a small glass of wine with family dinner or a taste of beer in you own back yard.  OMG think of the children!  BTW there is no better way to get your kids to lay off something than to make it seem it is cool and normal for their parents to do it and encourage it.
 
2014-01-06 08:12:00 PM  
I think that we can all agree that our children are much, much better off being in prison than smoking the occasional joint.
 
2014-01-06 08:15:02 PM  

MSFT: I think that we can all agree that our children are much, much better off being in prison than smoking the occasional joint.



You can't explain that.
 
2014-01-06 08:15:17 PM  

NorCalLos: Perhaps parents are less afraid to take their "poisoned" children to the hospital.


Perhaps, the report said that the increase (or "Spike" as they termed it) happened during a period that was before the state legalized it but after the point when the feds said that they would no longer go after medical marijuana dispensaries (not individual users, which was made legal for anyone in CO with a MMJ card back in 2000) in 2009. The spike started after the medical marijuana dispensaries were no longer under the risk of being raided by the feds, not after the state said that they would allow the dispensaries to operate in the first place. The only change was that there was more available product due (at least in part) to the lessened risk of federal prosecution aimed at the otherwise legal dispensary operators.

I find it hard to believe that all of a sudden there was an increase in concerned parents because they were no longer afraid of the feds raiding dispensaries and taking them to jail (unless of course all of them also happened to own a dispensary) and not because there was an increased supply due to there being a more ready supply of "Medical" marijuana which happened after more dispensaries were being opened because they were no longer under the threat of federal raids.

In other words an increase in the supply of pot in the hands of the general public led to a foreseeable increase in reported accidental ingesting of the same by children starting in 2009 when dispensaries were no longer under federal threat, not because the parents were afraid of the law. The law had already decided to ignore small weed "crimes" back when the voters made medical marijuana legal in 2000.
 
2014-01-06 08:18:35 PM  

nekom: doctor wu: Weaver95: Pot isn't toxic tho, nor is it addictive. Hells, caffeine is more addictive than cannabis. But hey, if the GOP wants to divide their time, money and manpower to fighting legalization of cannabis AND stopping gay marriage AND repealing Obamacare AND cutting welfare benefits AND making abortion illegal...then who am I to stop them?

Perhaps not in a chemical sense, like harder drugs, but there are plenty of people who are extremely dependant on weed. Maybe it"s more of a psychological thing, but someone who smokes weed all day every day is dependant. Having said that, I completely support legalization. It's time to end the deeply entrenched hypocrisy where the most degenerate, backwards-assed among us get to dictate what vices are acceptable and what are not.

That's true, but one can become dependent on anything, not just drugs.  Some people have problems with compulsive gambling.

Smoke a bit in the privacy of your own home once in awhile?  You're fine.
Baked at all hours of the day?  You probably need to put the bong down for awhile.



True enough.
There was a time when I absolutely could not watch The Matrix or Chronicles Of Riddick or pretty much anything involving extraterrestrials or alternate universes or space ships or menacing aliens or aliens who smoke marijuana themselves.....without marijuana.
 
2014-01-06 08:18:58 PM  
Pot should be legal, but yeah, people who smoke a lot of it are generally kinda dopey.
 
2014-01-06 08:19:50 PM  

mbillips: I'm not a big fan of weed, because I'm not allowed to smoke it (been piss-tested by the Navy since I was 19), and because stoned people are kind of boring. Witty people get wittier on booze (up to a point), whereas pot smokers just grin and giggle a lot. I know you supposedly have a really good time talking about stupid BS when you're stoned, but sheesh, you're really no fun for the rest of us.

That said, soft drugs like pot should be legal, and use of hard drugs should be decriminalized. Addiction's a medical problem, not a criminal one.


I love this comment.  It's very illustrative.
 
2014-01-06 08:21:28 PM  
So it's ok to say pinhead but ok to say retarded.  That's retarded.
 
2014-01-06 08:22:06 PM  

Snarfangel: MSFT: I think that we can all agree that our children are much, much better off being in prison than smoking the occasional joint.


You can't explain that.


lol
WE'LL DO IT LIVE, DAMNIT!
 
2014-01-06 08:25:36 PM  

advex101: So it's ok to say pinhead but NOT ok to say retarded.  That's retarded.

FTFM

 
2014-01-06 08:26:00 PM  

jtown: Mugato: bronyaur1: Does anyone with an IQ above 90 and free from mental illness pay any attention to this entertainer?

That's what I don't get, who listens to this person?

There are a fark of a lot of people with double digit IQs.  Some scienticians estimate that as much as half the population is of below-average intelligence.


Them's some pretty tight maths you scienticians use.
 
2014-01-06 08:26:46 PM  

vernonFL: there has been a spike in ER visits of children who ate their parents pot candy or cookies.

Parents, please be careful.


OMG, those poor, poor mellow children.
 
2014-01-06 08:27:21 PM  

nekom: propasaurus: Weaver95: Pot isn't toxic tho, nor is it addictive. Hells, caffeine is more addictive than cannabis. But hey, if the GOP wants to divide their time, money and manpower to fighting legalization of cannabis AND stopping gay marriage AND repealing Obamacare AND cutting welfare benefits AND making abortion illegal...then who am I to stop them?

Oh yeah, what about the 37 people who died from pot overdoses in Colorado?

Or this poor guy:
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He's got a severe case of bloaty head. Needs to see the doc at the theme hospital.
s23.postimg.org
 
2014-01-06 08:30:32 PM  

Weaver95: ah, so you were just playing semantics and pushing a propaganda angle. you didn't actually have anything substantive to add to the conversation. got it. thanks man!


No. I explained why the use of the word poisoning applies here. Propaganda implies that a distortion or misrepresentation was used. If you want to call using a word exactly as it is intended as being "Propaganda" then I would suggest that you are the one propagandizing and not I. After all I'm not the one who reported the cases as poisonings, the hospital involved did.

As to substance you were the one who brought it up, not me. All I did was answer a request for a cite to the claim that there was a "Spike" in reported marijuana poisonings being reported. There was in fact a spike in those reports.

macadamnut: I've just poisoned myself with a glass of scotch. Shiat.


Yep, you sure did. I plan on doing the same later on tonight. There's a reason for the old saw of asking someone "What's your poison?" when offering them a drink.
 
2014-01-06 08:38:06 PM  

nekom: Plus what kind of idiot doesn't keep their stash out of reach of children? That stuff isn't cheap!


I think that being stoned has something to do with it. Besides that, back when it was possible to get some jail time if it (or even the paraphernalia) was even seen out in the open by the police there was a really good reason to hide it quite well (that's how the word "Stash" became the common vernacular for illicit items). A side effect of that is that those places also tend to be well out of the reach of small children.
 
2014-01-06 08:40:53 PM  
People who occasionally use marijuana? Usually fine. They can talk about other stuff, function without it, and don't make it the point of their lives.

Potheads? Yeah, they're pinheads. They're only interesting to other potheads. They can't stop talking about weed. They have stupid ideas that they think are original and/or clever when they're neither. They obsess about marijuana and getting high. They're pinheads. In fact, I think they're worse than alcoholics... At least alcoholics talk about something other than booze.
 
2014-01-06 08:43:50 PM  

Dinjiin: The hardest part will be to get people to hide their stash. People already seem to have that problem with Rx drugs. Just raising awareness should help on both counts, though.


People don't lock up their guns either.  Many don't realize how foolish their children can be.  Let alone their friends.
 
2014-01-06 08:43:53 PM  

nekom: That's true, but one can become dependent on anything, not just drugs. Some people have problems with compulsive gambling.


Yeah, but the compulsive gamblers don't annoy the piss out of other people by talking about blackjack all day long.
 
2014-01-06 08:46:57 PM  
fickenchucker: Why is it fashionable to push for legalization of pot, yet cigarette smoking has been deemed the great Satan and slowly crept closer to being outlawed?
Study after study shows no net monetary loss to society from smoking, but it's held as a given in many quarters making it harder to smoke will "lower the strain on the medical system".


I think we all know exactly how dangerous smoking cigarettes is (though I don't think it should be outlawed, and it most likely won't be anytime soon).  As for fashion, I don't think the majority of people speaking up and changing laws around the country are doing it because it's the hip thing to do.  But nice try at belittling their work.

This has nothing to do with "net monetary loss" or "strain on the medical system" or whatever the hell else you're bloviating about.  Prohibition of alcohol didn't work, prohibition of everything else isn't working either.  Insane incarceration rates leading to a bloated for-profit prison system, black markets with all they entail, and people spending years behind bars for partaking in something far less dangerous than many other legal, readily available intoxicants are just a few of the reasons this modern prohibition has to end.  Should people be killed and incarcerated to stop other adults from smoking a plant that they're going to smoke anyway?
 
2014-01-06 08:49:28 PM  
Long-term alcohol use can lead to addiction; that is, people have difficulty controlling their drug use and cannot stop even though it interferes with many aspects of their lives. It is estimated that 9 percent of people who use alcohol will become dependent on it.The number goes up to about 1 in 6 in those who start using young (in their teens) and to 25-50 percent among daily users. Moreover, a study of over 300 fraternal and identical twin pairs found that the twin who had used alcohol before the age of 17 had elevated rates of other drug use and drug problems later on, compared with their twin who did not use before age 17.

Our understanding of alcohol's long-term brain effects is limited. Research findings on how chronic alcohol use affects brain structure, for example, have been inconsistent. It may be that the effects are too subtle for reliable detection by current techniques. A similar challenge arises in studies of the effects of chronic alcohol use on brain function. Although imaging studies (functional MRI; fMRI) in chronic users do show some consistent alterations, the relation of these changes to cognitive functioning is less clear. This uncertainty may stem from confounding factors such as other drug use, residual drug effects (which can occur for at least 24 hours in chronic users), or withdrawal symptoms in long-term chronic users.
 
2014-01-06 08:49:52 PM  

EdgeRunner: Marcus Aurelius: The only reason children have unfettered access to pot is because it's illegal, you pinhead.

I... have no idea what this means. How do kids have "unfettered" access to a restricted - aka fettered - substance? Are you suggesting that making something more readily available somehow makes it harder for kids to get hold of it? Do you really think it's easier for a child to get weed than beer or cough syrup? And even if weed was legalized in every state, don't you realize it would still be illegal for children to purchase?


I hope this is sarcasm.  I can't tell.  Because pot is freely available for sale in virtually every public school of any note in America  It's completely unregulated.  If you disagree, then please point me to the list of regulations that the local pot dealer is supposed to follow.  They sell this stuff to kids.

Alcohol, on the other hand, is very difficult for children to obtain.

But you already knew these things. yes?

Please say yes.
 
2014-01-06 08:54:09 PM  
Pinhead? What is a pinhead...to play us out? Fark it, we'll do it live. Mother %#(U##$*#@$(&( #$*#($#(P #(@#*##@* pinheads, WE'LL DO IT LIVE!!!! FARKING SHIAT SUCKS!
 
2014-01-06 08:56:04 PM  
Someone much smarter than O'Reily happens to think it was made illegal for nefarious purposes to begin with. I happen to agree.

The protect the children argument is insanity. It's not legal for kids, neither is alcohol, and the message to kids is not and never has been, to take drugs. Of all the drugs to do though pot has the least amount of negative consequences.

Oh, and pot doesn't lower your IQ. Sitting around and eating Cheetos all day might.
 
2014-01-06 08:56:58 PM  

ZeroCorpse: People who occasionally use marijuana? Usually fine. They can talk about other stuff, function without it, and don't make it the point of their lives.

Potheads? Yeah, they're pinheads. They're only interesting to other potheads. They can't stop talking about weed. They have stupid ideas that they think are original and/or clever when they're neither. They obsess about marijuana and getting high. They're pinheads. In fact, I think they're worse than alcoholics... At least alcoholics talk about something other than booze.


I think you're referring to children in general. I know an astounding number of adults who regularly smoke pot, and no one discusses it at all unless it's to buy more or step outside and smoke a quick one. Back in high school? Sure, some were potheads. Haven't seen one that you describe in >25 years, though.
 
2014-01-06 08:58:44 PM  

scottydoesntknow: You sound like someone who's never attempted to actually grow it. To have a quality product, it takes a hell of a lot more than just "floor space and an interest in gardening".


You caught me, the most I've ever grown was a bean plant in grade school science class. But there must be plenty of people interested in growing their own, or else who's buying all those subscriptions to High Times for the hydroponic tips? Federal agents who only read it ironically?

Tomatoes take floorspace and an interest in gardening, and yet there's a massive fruit and vegetable market out there. Yes some people will grow, but it will be a very, very small minority. And the punishments for illegally selling will match those of alcohol and other regulated substances. And most people don't want that kind of heat.

And yet plenty of people are growing and selling nowadays in unlegalized areas anyway. See above for (your own!) tales of ready availability in rural areas with ample soil. As for farmer's markets, you called it yourself, it's a quality and availability issue. Sure I could grow my own tomatoes, but why bother if I can easily get them from a more skilled gardener and save myself the effort? On the other hand, if I can't get them and I really want them, I might try my hand at planting a vine or two. Better to have mediocre produce than no produce at all.

Of course use among underage kids is not going to disappear, but I can also say it won't see an increase in use. Those that want to try it will try it (same as now), and those that don't, won't. People can always find a way. Like I said, it was easier to get weed than alcohol, but I was still able to get alcohol.

And you'd be wrong. Weed is a "bad" thing right now. Once it's legalized and becomes a common leisure product like booze and cigs, of course interest will increase in trying it. People don't do it because it's forbidden, they do it because it makes them feel good, and the only reason it isn't more widely popular is because of the penalties currently attached to usage. It's like you're arguing that underage drinking was worse before prohibition. Just let it go, man. It's a nonsensical position to take.
 
2014-01-06 09:00:12 PM  
His next book will be "Killing Pot".
 
2014-01-06 09:06:06 PM  
Could we all please stop pretending that alcohol and marijuana (and more) are not easily obtained by whomever wants them? As Bill Hicks argued, this conversation is not about drugs, but personal freedom.

- Alcoholic and Pothead, but why do you farking care?
 
2014-01-06 09:15:23 PM  

kronicfeld: But alcohol is just fine.


No, they're pinheads, too.
 
2014-01-06 09:15:26 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I hope this is sarcasm.  I can't tell.  Because pot is freely available for sale in virtually every public school of any note in America  It's completely unregulated.  If you disagree, then please point me to the list of regulations that the local pot dealer is supposed to follow.  They sell this stuff to kids.

Alcohol, on the other hand, is very difficult for children to obtain.

But you already knew these things. yes?

Please say yes.


If a school kid gets weed from a dealer, he/she has purchased an illegal substance. This kid cannot openly enjoy their purchase without fearing potential repercussions, so there are certain "restrictions" on its use that do not apply to apple juice, potato chips, or other non-fettered products.

But you already understood this, yes?

Say whatever you like, I'm just amusing myself playing grammar Nazi for a lark.
 
2014-01-06 09:15:50 PM  

Radioactive Ass: macadamnut: I've just poisoned myself with a glass of scotch. Shiat.

Yep, you sure did. I plan on doing the same later on tonight. There's a reason for the old saw of asking someone "What's your poison?" when offering them a drink.



Oh shut the fark up. My people were drinking and smoking 40,000 years before Washington and Jefferson betrayed their rightful king and set up this super-sized banana republic so they could keep their African sex-slaves. It has no legal jurisdiction over inborn and inalienable human recreational or dietary activities in any case. The drug laws are illegal, enacted and enforced corruptly, un-democratically and in bad faith. The argument is moot. Good day sir.
 
2014-01-06 09:16:28 PM  
Better to be a pothead than a crackpot like your viewers Bill.
 
2014-01-06 09:19:02 PM  

EdgeRunner: scottydoesntknow: Because drug dealers don't card you. They don't check for ID to ensure you're of age. I always had a much easier time getting weed than alcohol in high school because no one cared about IDs, they just wanted to make a sale. Regulate it, and make it cheaper than the black market to cut them out. When they can't support themselves selling weed, they'll either stop or try to find something else. People of legal age are able to buy it and keep the legal shops open, and street dealers won't be able to stay in the black market game off what the middle/high school teens are buying.

There's a reason why you don't see any people supporting themselves off underage alcohol dealing. Sure an older sibling/family member/friend can buy alcohol for you or you can pay money for a fake ID, but YOU will have a harder time if you're under 21.

There's a fundamental difference between weed and almost every other controlled substance: it doesn't require much to increase your stock, just some floor space and an interest in gardening. No lab, no brewery, no hard to procure ingredients, just sun, seeds and water. For such a minimal investment, there's always going to be smalltimers willing to sell or just share their excess supply. It also has the advantage of being easily concealed and handed off, which is why high schoolers are much more likely to pass around joints than comparatively bulky six packs of PBR. (Thus the preference for vodka in Sprite bottles instead, not that a dedicated student like myself would have known anything about such things.)

Sorry, but the idea that weed will be harder for kids to get once it shows up in every pharmacy is just plain silly. Next I suppose you'll be telling me kids can't get hold of regular cigarettes either.


Confirmed for idiot
 
2014-01-06 09:21:59 PM  
Well they do find adult swim to be entertaining.  That's dangerously close to pinhead level.
 
2014-01-06 09:23:26 PM  

JonnyBGoode: Hey guise what's going on in this thread?

[www.toonopedia.com image 300x349]


zippy!!!

/no other references in the thread
//did you find a fark obscurity?
///can't be!
 
2014-01-06 09:25:00 PM  
 
2014-01-06 09:27:03 PM  
MayoSlather:
The protect the children argument is insanity. It's not legal for kids, neither is alcohol, and the message to kids is not and never has been, to take drugs. Of all the drugs to do though pot has the least amount of negative consequences.

Especially these days, with all that fake pot and bath salts and other insanely dangerous experimental chemicals designed to stay one step ahead of the DEA.  Not to mention inhalants, possibly the WORST thing one could do to their bodies.  I smoked pot extensively when I was about 16 until I was maybe mid-20s after I graduated from college with a B.S.  I don't even remember when I first quit, that's how addictive it isn't, but I quit for a good 7 years.  No conscious effort, I didn't wake up and say "No more pot", I just stopped buying it and stopped hanging around with people who smoked it.  Quitting tobacco was FAR harder.  Now in my early 30s, I'll toke a bit now and then responsibly.

Truth be told, the worst negative consequences from pot come from its prohibition.  The risk of dealing with the criminal element, or the possibility that a pig will violently arrest you and ruin your life because you were in possession of a relatively harmless plant that grows in the wild in many parts of the world.
 
2014-01-06 09:27:58 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: If you disagree, then please point me to the list of regulations that the local pot dealer is supposed to follow.


[snark]
Well to start off with there is the "Regulation" that (s)he's not supposed to be selling it in the first place... I'm sure a little bit of Googling will get you your requested "List".
[/snark]
 
2014-01-06 09:35:49 PM  

EdgeRunner: And you'd be wrong. Weed is a "bad" thing right now. Once it's legalized and becomes a common leisure product like booze and cigs, of course interest will increase in trying it. People don't do it because it's forbidden, they do it because it makes them feel good, and the only reason it isn't more widely popular is because of the penalties currently attached to usage. It's like you're arguing that underage drinking was worse before prohibition. Just let it go, man. It's a nonsensical position to take.


Weed is not a bad thing, and even in a worst case scenario that every kid tries it like they try alcohol, the harm is extremely limited. You see very few kids turning into alcoholics and if weed was legal you wouldn't suddenly see kids that obey all the rules become potheads. The same kids that abuse alcohol and weed now would still abuse it if it was legal, despite what the drug war has proclaimed, there is not an event horizon looming with pot use. You won't try it once and be sucked into a black hole of drug use and vagrancy.

And you're right, more kids would probably try a couple times if it was legal, who cares? They almost all try it in college anyways, and they don't end up with drug problems. It takes a certain personality type to become addicted, and those people find ways to destroy themselves no matter how you threaten them with punishment.

And really, what's the alternative? Throwing people in jail and leading the planet in incarceration rates? That's not exactly working out so well. The best answer is to legalize it and be honest with kids. Let them know the real effects, and that they should wait until being of legal age.
 
2014-01-06 09:38:43 PM  

nekom: MayoSlather:
The protect the children argument is insanity. It's not legal for kids, neither is alcohol, and the message to kids is not and never has been, to take drugs. Of all the drugs to do though pot has the least amount of negative consequences.

Especially these days, with all that fake pot and bath salts and other insanely dangerous experimental chemicals designed to stay one step ahead of the DEA.  Not to mention inhalants, possibly the WORST thing one could do to their bodies.  I smoked pot extensively when I was about 16 until I was maybe mid-20s after I graduated from college with a B.S.  I don't even remember when I first quit, that's how addictive it isn't, but I quit for a good 7 years.  No conscious effort, I didn't wake up and say "No more pot", I just stopped buying it and stopped hanging around with people who smoked it.  Quitting tobacco was FAR harder.  Now in my early 30s, I'll toke a bit now and then responsibly.


Truth be told, the worst negative consequences from pot come from its prohibition.  The risk of dealing with the criminal element, or the possibility that a pig will violently arrest you and ruin your life because you were in possession of a relatively harmless plant that grows in the wild in many parts of the world.

This so farking much.

Let alone the burden on the tax payers to prosecute marijuana offenders. CO and WA not only have released themselves of the burden, but have turned it into a revenue stream.
 
2014-01-06 09:39:23 PM  
Everything is blurred on what's right and what's wrong... Sin becomes fine, Start with smoking marijuana and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men.

The acts of the sinful nature are obvious. Pot smoking, is number one on the list. How many ways can we sin sexually? My goodness. You open up that can of worms and people will be mad at you over it.

Jesus will take sins away, if you're a pot smoker he'll take it away, if you're an adulterer, if you're a liar, what's the difference? If you break one sin you may as well break them all.

However, I would never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me. We are all created by the Almighty and like Him, I love all of humanity. We would all be better off if we loved God and loved each other.

If we lose our morality, we will lose our country. It will happen.
 
2014-01-06 09:40:05 PM  
I don't agree with O'Rielly on much of anything but in this case he is right.
 
2014-01-06 09:42:52 PM  
BigOle8point: Confirmed for idiot

Geez, man. I thought pot smokers were all mellow and cool. Why are the Fark brand usually so thin-skinned and humorless?

/get a new dealer, dude. Your current supplier must be suckering you with oregano.
 
2014-01-06 09:43:02 PM  

propasaurus: Weaver95: Pot isn't toxic tho, nor is it addictive. Hells, caffeine is more addictive than cannabis. But hey, if the GOP wants to divide their time, money and manpower to fighting legalization of cannabis AND stopping gay marriage AND repealing Obamacare AND cutting welfare benefits AND making abortion illegal...then who am I to stop them?

Oh yeah, what about the 37 people who died from pot overdoses in Colorado?


That shiat is no joke - I was one of those 37.
 
2014-01-06 09:45:34 PM  

phrawgh: Everything is blurred on what's right and what's wrong... Sin becomes fine, Start with smoking marijuana and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men.

The acts of the sinful nature are obvious. Pot smoking, is number one on the list. How many ways can we sin sexually? My goodness. You open up that can of worms and people will be mad at you over it.

Jesus will take sins away, if you're a pot smoker he'll take it away, if you're an adulterer, if you're a liar, what's the difference? If you break one sin you may as well break them all.

However, I would never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me. We are all created by the Almighty and like Him, I love all of humanity. We would all be better off if we loved God and loved each other.

If we lose our morality, we will lose our country. It will happen.


Are you farking kidding me? Did you forget about usury then? Why focus on drugs? Could we once talk about the things that actually farking matter?
 
2014-01-06 09:48:30 PM  

bluecamel: Are you farking kidding me? Did you forget about usury then? Why focus on drugs? Could we once talk about the things that actually farking matter?


Pretty sure that was a quote from the Duck Dynasty guy with a word or two swapped out.
 
2014-01-06 09:50:15 PM  

fusillade762: So we should continue to lock people up because children might get ahold of some and idiots might drive on it? Well that's certainly the Small Government solution.


vernonFL: there has been a spike in ER visits of children who ate their parents pot candy or cookies.

Parents, please be careful.

Citation needed.


I wonder how they treat a pot overdose at the hospital?  Dumbass parents should have taken them to the Waffle House instead.  Its cheaper and I'm pretty sure it would be more effective than tossing your paranoid kid at a masked man that wants to stab them with needles.
 
2014-01-06 09:52:31 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: bluecamel: Are you farking kidding me? Did you forget about usury then? Why focus on drugs? Could we once talk about the things that actually farking matter?

Pretty sure that was a quote from the Duck Dynasty guy with a word or two swapped out.


Well, sorry, I ignored everything to do with that asshat :/
 
2014-01-06 09:52:50 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: bluecamel: Are you farking kidding me? Did you forget about usury then? Why focus on drugs? Could we once talk about the things that actually farking matter?

Pretty sure that was a quote from the Duck Dynasty guy with a word or two swapped out.



"Drug Dynasty" will be the next reality show.

/That's, like, just my opinion, man.
 
2014-01-06 09:54:52 PM  

Mugato: bronyaur1: Does anyone with an IQ above 90 and free from mental illness pay any attention to this entertainer?

That's what I don't get, who listens to this person?


My crazy Grandma, she's convinced he's liberal.
 
2014-01-06 09:55:14 PM  

bluecamel: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: bluecamel: Are you farking kidding me? Did you forget about usury then? Why focus on drugs? Could we once talk about the things that actually farking matter?

Pretty sure that was a quote from the Duck Dynasty guy with a word or two swapped out.

Well, sorry, I ignored everything to do with that asshat :/


Weak. I love people who brag about ignoring other Farkers. LOL

/I ought to sponsor him for TotalFark. That would show him LOL
 
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