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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:22 pm » wrote: Doesn't matter.  Alcohol is temptation. I never said it is evil in and of itself, just temptation into a pathway which sometimes leads to the dark ream. 

Also, It's not like they had refrigeration in Galilee.  How long would grape juice last there without refrigeration?  It's going to turn into wine whether you like it or not. It was probably more like a very sweet, rotten grape juice rather than what we call "wine".

Lol. Yeah, people used to be really stupid in the olden days.  :rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:  

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roadkill » 23 Jun 2022, 3:16 am » wrote: Joe and Nancy couldn't handle prohibition.

Did I hear that Joe is handing out crack pipes?
Is your pipe stuck up yer ***?
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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:22 pm » wrote: Doesn't matter.  Alcohol is temptation. I never said it is evil in and of itself, just temptation into a pathway which sometimes leads to the dark ream. 

Also, It's not like they had refrigeration in Galilee.  How long would grape juice last there without refrigeration?  It's going to turn into wine whether you like it or not. It was probably more like a very sweet, rotten grape juice rather than what we call "wine".
...your stinking republican party is full of drug prohibitionist @ssholes... :loco:  ...word... 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Jun 2022, 3:05 pm » wrote: Except the part where it eases the suffering of kyancah patients, helps folks with Crones Disease, with neurological and metabolic diseases, with arthritus, with just about any issues arising from chronic inflammatory distresses, and otherwise defies your bigotry. 

I haven't smoked weed since I was a teenager - but I would never presume to decide for others. ANYTHING can be abused. Guns, for instance. But men of sense look to the ABUSER, not to the thing abused, when assigning blame. Prohibitionists are no different than gun grabbers - they just get all wet in the ****** over a different issue. 


 
Cannabinoids have medicinal value - I wouldn't deny that.  I think it is way overused medically, and people use dispensaries just to get high.
Demonizing the inanimate is for the intellectully indolent. I have observed a tendency toward intellectual indolence in you.
I see a trend, one which I find very alarming.  I see more and more people enjoying using chemicals to get high.  Right now, Fentanyl and Meth are probably some of the most addictive substances that I know of.  The chemists will come up with drugs that are far more addictive than these.  It is inevitable. We are seeing Fentanyl laced gummies, pot, etc. There is a push to get Americans addicted on substances they can't get off of. This will get worse and worse until there is no turning back.

So, either you are like me, make a concerted effort to live chemically free, and raise your children to be as chemical free as possible, or your lineage is doomed to the addictive substances that will be soon coming down the pike. If you dabble in drugs, your kids will dabble even more.  Their kids that much more.  When you abstain from drugs, its that much easier to lead your children and family to pursuing real life adventures over chemically induced or gaming highs. Yeah, I do draw that bright line in the sand. 
 

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peepee » 23 Jun 2022, 3:29 pm » wrote: ...your stinking republican party is full of drug prohibitionist @ssholes... Image  ...word...
Good.  I'm proud of that.  This is one reason I'm not a Libertarian.
 

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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:33 pm » wrote: Good.  I'm proud of that.  This is one reason I'm not a Libertarian.
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...you sound like a typical, bible-thumping, republican-radio-level, authoritardian [email protected] who would have been a big supporter of alcohol prohibition...gd fool...  :loco:  

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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:31 pm » wrote: Cannabinoids have medicinal value - I wouldn't deny that.  I think it is way overused medically, and people use dispensaries just to get high.
Yes, people abuse guns, weed, booze, authority - even their own genitals.

Should we outlaw everything that can be abused?
Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:31 pm » wrote: I see a trend, one which I find very alarming.  I see more and more people enjoying using chemicals to get high.  Right now, Fentanyl and Meth are probably some of the most addictive substances that I know of.  The chemists will come up with drugs that are far more addictive than these.  It is inevitable. We are seeing Fentanyl laced gummies, pot, etc. There is a push to get Americans addicted on substances they can't get off of. This will get worse and worse until there is no turning back.
That push is furthered by prohibition, which puts the criminals in charge of regulting who can buy it, at what price, at what purity, when and where, under what conditions...

Criminals will deal in schools. Criminals will give free smples, use peer pressure.
Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:31 pm » wrote: So, either you are like me, make a concerted effort to live chemically free, and raise your children to be as chemical free as possible, or your lineage is doomed to the addictive substances that will be soon coming down the pike. If you dabble in drugs, your kids will dabble even more.  Their kids that much more.  When you abstain from drugs, its that much easier to lead your children and family to pursuing real life adventures over chemically induced or gaming highs. Yeah, I do draw that bright line in the sand.
Good choce for yourself and your family. Wish ya the best of luck.
 
 

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peepee » 23 Jun 2022, 3:39 pm » wrote: Image  
...you sound like a typical, bible-thumping, republican-radio-level, authoritardian [email protected] who would have been a big supporter of alcohol prohibition...gd fool...  Image
That's right.  I'm not voting for anyone who wants to legalize drugs.  You sound like a typical doper who can't write worth a ****, but supports any candidate who will give you "FREE DRUGS", cuz you likes gett'n high.
 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Jun 2022, 3:42 pm » wrote: Yes, people abuse guns, weed, booze, authority - even their own genitals.

 
No.  Guns serve a much greater purpose. I do think that as a society we have a right to keep people off of addictive drugs, and to punish those who seek to get our citizens addicted. Otherwise, we're screwed.  The Chemists will get better and better at making drugs more addictive. You have to see that. 

The only way I'd agree to legalize drugs, and I've said this before, is if
  • they receive no social services, welfare, medical assistance, etc.
  • they not be allowed to **** up public places
  • if they commit crimes, they are swiftly executed
  • basically, they are left to rot in their own drugs and filth until they die.
Liberals don't have the stomach for this.  I do.  Do you?
 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Jun 2022, 3:42 pm » wrote: Yes, people abuse guns, weed, booze, authority - even their own genitals.

Should we outlaw everything that can be abused?

That push is furthered by prohibition, which puts the criminals in charge of regulting who can buy it, at what price, at what purity, when and where, under what conditions...

Criminals will deal in schools. Criminals will give free smples, use peer pressure.

Good choce for yourself and your family. Wish ya the best of luck.
How does one 'abuse their own genitals'????
This sounds enticing!
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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:52 pm » wrote: That's right.  I'm not voting for anyone who wants to legalize drugs.
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...'legalize' is a term used by stoooooooooooopid [email protected] such as yourself... decent, intelligent people want (((((REPEAL))))) of all 'laws' that abrogate the natural, unalienable rights and responsibilities of people to grow plants and use them as they see fit, to consume what they choose, etc... you are obviously a typical stooooopid [email protected] republican-level authoritardian who whines about 'big government', taxes, corruption, etc.... problems your stooooopid [email protected] 'ideas' cause...word..  Image   
 

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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:56 pm » wrote: No.  Guns serve a much greater purpose. I do think that as a society we have a right to keep people off of addictive drugs, and to punish those who seek to get our citizens addicted. Otherwise, we're screwed.  The Chemists will get better and better at making drugs more addictive. You have to see that. 

The only way I'd agree to legalize drugs, and I've said this before, is if
  • they receive no social services, welfare, medical assistance, etc.
  • they not be allowed to **** up public places
  • if they commit crimes, they are swiftly executed
  • basically, they are left to rot in their own drugs and filth until they die.
Liberals don't have the stomach for this.  I do.  Do you?
...the hideous society created by [email protected] retards [and monetary ignoramuses] like you exacerbates drug use as an escape mechanism, you blathering @sshole...  Image  
 
 

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peepee » 23 Jun 2022, 4:04 pm » wrote: ...the society created by [email protected] retards like you exacerbates drug use as an escape mechanism, you blathering @sshole...  Image
Sure.  Learn to write intelligently, and I might carry on a conversation with you on this topic.  But, for now, I tire of your idiocy.
 

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Jantje_Smit » 22 Jun 2022, 8:50 am » wrote: They didn't learn anything from the original prohibition.... smuggling cigarettes will become a big business... and very profitable....but I don't think it will happen, just more propaganda to distract from the number one thing on people's minds... inflation and energy prices....they know whose fault it is and the elections are coming.. the democrats better brace themselves...

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To me the number one issue is a **** president...
and buyer's remorse that this administration is ultimately trying to distract from.

When has there been a worse president?
We can't even give this decrepit piece of **** credit for a "learning curve" as afforded to Bammy.
This ******* already has experience, connections, been a heart beat away from the very job he's in.

At what point will his approval zoom up?
Of course it cannot...
Even if a crisis comes along, he'll blame the wrong thing and grind the **** into America's face.

Ostrich Pox, amphibious landing by Zulus, Kurt Vonnegut Jr's death, etc.
All Trump's fault and half of America too...
 
 

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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 6:14 am » wrote: Yet, he seems to have no problem with THC in Marijuana.  While I agree that Nicotine is a **** drug that should never have been engineered into high doses in tobacco, Marijuana is just as bad.
Rarely does anyone smoke marijuana the way they smoke tobacco.
The main difference is that marijuana affects the body in noticeable ways that many people find pleasant, while all tobacco does is make the smoker cough a lot.

I don't  think inhaling smoke is at all healthy, but humans have been using fire to cook with for at least 20000 years, and therefore have probably developed a certain tolerance for smoke that meercats and wombats have not.

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Holdor » 23 Jun 2022, 2:15 pm » wrote: Well you are obviously stupid and mean, so0 that makes you as you call it and idiocrat that can not tolerate yourself, I feel sorry for you

Obviously?....."you got me now"

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peepee » 23 Jun 2022, 3:29 pm » wrote: ...your stinking republican party is full of drug prohibitionist @ssholes... Image  ...word...

Yer a drug addict?   word

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Skans » 23 Jun 2022, 3:22 pm » wrote: Doesn't matter.  Alcohol is temptation. I never said it is evil in and of itself, just temptation into a pathway which sometimes leads to the dark ream. 

Also, It's not like they had refrigeration in Galilee.  How long would grape juice last there without refrigeration?  It's going to turn into wine whether you like it or not. It was probably more like a very sweet, rotten grape juice rather than what we call "wine".
Actually the Bible says give strong drink to those about to die and wine to the poor, Strong Drink is an Opium infused wine, wine is fermented fruit juice.

Interesting is the reason the Bible says to give wine to the poor is so that the poor can drink and forget their poverty.


At the beginning of Game of Thrones the Queen gave the Opium infused wine to the King when he went boar hunting, and a boar got him.

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Squatchman » 23 Jun 2022, 3:14 am » wrote:   I'm going to have to quit. If it were a saliva or urine test I would just cheat their test,but it's a blood test they are going to use to confirm I quit. And I have to document that I started quitting by getting a prescription to quit so Blue Cross knows by getting the bill. Just can't say I quit.
I can't hardly move my right arm. One of the torn tendons helps hold the bicep in place.
I've been off work the whole time too.
Luckily we have money socked away so I can still pay the $800.00 a month insurance premium. Not enough to pay outright.
 I already checked. The surgery is almost $40,000.00. Don't have that much put away.
I quit 22 years ago.  The first week is the worst.

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nuckinfutz » 23 Jun 2022, 3:58 pm » wrote: How does one 'abuse their own genitals'????
This sounds enticing!
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I badmouth mine: You call yourself a dick, you little ****?

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