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Let me rephrase. If i had a kid, and i don't, and that hypothetical kid i had made a mistake(which we all know is crazy because no kid I will ever have will make mistakes) id prefer it to be drugs are ok mistake not the homicidal robbery mistake.
Why do you keep repeating this? I don't think anyone disagrees, but it really has nothing to do with this topic. Just because selling drugs is better than murder or rape, that doesn't make selling drugs like this ok. Don't get me wrong, the whole war on drugs thing is a pretty big waste of money and I can't think of any reason marijuana should be harder to get than alcohol, but these kids had a business going where they were doing something they knew was very illegal and very stupid so it's hard to feel sorry for them. Regardless of what the laws and punishments for this should be, they knew what they were when they did it and deserve whatever punishment they get.
Am I missing something other than a sensationalist story on ESPiN?
amazed at some of you who think doing and selling drugs is no big deal...smh
The drugs being sold, including in hand-to-hand transactions to undercover officers, included marijuana, cocaine, acid, ecstacy and prescription drugs, McGee said.TCU has always been the best place to get this (within driving distance ) going back to the 80s.
ithink i may know you now...
I am amazed at a grown man who uses 'smh' like a 14 year old girl.
All I've seen is weed. They're talking all sort of aMm about coke and X and such in the press, but that affidavit said weed, only weed, and less than an ounce of it at that. If that's all there is, then there are no drugs involved. Just weed.
hmm, last i knew "weed" was considered a drug
Only by morons and cops.
This is exactly where we are at, dead on: To everyone that is hushing the Gruden talk, stop it, there IS a deal in place...
yup, thats the only two...
Oh, sorry, I forgot Texans.
There is a reason nobody ever invited you to parties.
PREACH IT BRUTHA!
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