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Baylor

Baylor: Token on a joint minding your own business, big deal! Let it go.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014, 9:56 pm


monchichi

monchichi: I really hope you're joking, but somehow I doubt it. Have you published your manifesto or is it locked in a safe in your bunker, for your eyes only?

Monday, January 6, 2014, 9:29 am


Bubba

Bubba: liberalism has now gone so far as to authorize dopers.

Sunday, January 5, 2014, 9:17 am


Roody2

Roody2: Why are there no credits as to whom wrote this article?

Saturday, January 4, 2014, 9:47 pm


ben254

ben254: To be honest, the only reason I created an account was because of the below comment. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion; but that last comment is just plain wrong.
First, my condolences to your family member. Second; where was his immediate family during his time of addiction. Blaming Marijuana for ones lack of better judgement is a cop out. Marijuana did not make him move to stronger drugs. He made the choice to move to stronger drugs. Is marijuana a gateway drug? That is still being discussed and yet to be proven to this day. You drink a beer and decide to move onto whiskey. Does that classify beer as a gateway drug to harder alcohol. It's comes down to the individual's ability to exercise sound judgment.
Everyone is different. DEA mobile kill squads? For drug users. So your basically advocating legal murder of people like your family member? Cruise the streets listening for dam jungle tom tom bass music? Do you stereo type much? Why not listen out for Willy Nelson or Johnny Cash if that's the case. Your views on how society should be ran is parallel of a fascist regime. So please, spare this community of your ill advised claims and thoughts. Close minded individuals and their inability to move forward, is what is holding our nation back....

Saturday, January 4, 2014, 12:42 pm


Smithjr38

Smithjr38: Considering the bad effect of Mary Jane on the brain ( I had a family member in other state that let the pot destroy his brain and increase his desire for more stronger highs)

Instead of going after the supply of pot or other drugs .The DEA and law enforcement should go after reducing the demand for pot by making it a death penalty to use or have pot or any illegal drugs.

And to hire special police teams to have mobil kill and cremate vans that will as soon as person is found driving with pot or booze to have the special police teams kill the offender and then cremate them and mail the ashes along with a fine of 5K to their family members and also have the special mobil police teams cruse the neighbors and listen for that dam jungle tom tom bass music and then raid the home and process the drug users.

Fact is if you kill a drug users he or she will never be able to purchase drugs. and this will reduce the use of drugs as well as getting rid of the weak minded college students whom because of drug use are going to be a curse to this nation.

Saturday, January 4, 2014, 10:36 am


Eliza

Eliza: @ Colorado made a national splash as smokers lined up early in the morning on New Year’s Day to buy a quarter-ounce or so of marijuana with the governor’s blessing
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I think the writer may have mis-typed the above and instead meant to type as ---

Colorado made a national splash as dopers lined up early in the morning on New Year’s Day to buy a quarter-ounce or so of marijuana with the governor’s blessing


---That's the way I see what's going on in Colorado ( and in a larger way, in Cali.).

Saturday, January 4, 2014, 6:32 am


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