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you dont know what you're talking about.i use to run this high school...a thousand friends, a million parties
I would wake you up but people that think like lashhog, phathog and dirkpiggler will still be around. I really thought most of this ideal would die off with the babyboomer generation but it is in full swing with people alive and well. Scary.
accoording to the tcu police chief it wasnt just weedThe drugs involved included marijuana, cocaine, "molly" -- a powdered form of ecstacy, ecstacy pills, and prescription drugs like Xanax, Hydrocodone and Oxycontin, McGee said.Read more on myFOXdfw.com: http://www.myfoxdfw.com/dpp/news/Texas-Christian-University-Students-Arrested-in-Drug-Sweep-021512#ixzz1mYzzpvwX
I already have, and I'm enjoying the aMm out of it. Hopefully you too can make it through your partying stage without OD'ing or getting busted.
This may not have devolved into one the stupidest threads ever but it's knocking on the door.
My posts must not be compelling enough for people to read, because I swear I've mentioned multiple times that I'm against legalizing real drugs - not weed. Thanks for the information that, while interesting, is irrelevant to the post to which you replied.
perhaps a bit shortsighted, but when I hear legalizing, I envision government produced, regulated, and distributed products, like cigarettes. Burn regulators, arsenic, various phenolic compounds like benzene, and probably shwag quality? If I were a smoker, I'd rather get it from a buddy or grow my own than the man.In contrast, i see decriminalizing simply no punishment for possession, or Starkville, even a ticket would be better than the cost of jailing someone for a non-violent offense.I realize there holes in each argument.
No. Having students or athletes at your college commit armed robbery is a big deal
Since when did the government start selling smokes?
So a kid gets busted with some arbitrary weight of MJ (I don't know what the Texas law is, but we'll say an ounce) that's above the threshold deemed for personal use. So that kid with 1.1 ounces is now a dealer. But it's his first offense. So he gets a light sentence (maybe a fine and community service). But that goes on his permanent record. He's been convicted of a crime. Welp. So much for getting my degree. Why go through the trouble if I won't be able to get a job now. Might as well deal drugs. I just don't get it.
I deal with prosecutors everyday. I'll be bringing this up for deferred adjudication arguments. Good insight.
I think anytime we can get kids off college campuses and into prisons for non violent crimes, it's a victory for America.
It's like an Alannis Morrissette fanboy club up in here.
Woopig is full of clever observers of irony these days.It's like an Alannis Morrissette fanboy club up in here.
Isn't about 60 percent of the cost of a pack of smokes government taxes? If so, I'd say that's at least a vested interest.
I'm sure if he explains it that way to the judge he will be released post haste.
By that logic the government manufactures everything because they damn sure tax everything..
:frenchJust because muzz, ocelot and i think it should be legalized doesnt mean we are sitting at home with needles hanging out of our arms. My partying years are passed me as well. Congratulations for surviving. I still enjoy a nice homebrew and a spliff. That for sure doesnt make me an overdosing criminal partier.
Go ahead and throw me in with you guys. It should be legalized yesterday.If I had known in college how serious these "crimes" were I might have been more careful but I still would hbe smoked weed. I used to keep a QP around all the time just because itWas cheaper in bulk. Apparently that makes you a big timeDrug dealer.Who knew, me and Pablo Escobar were one in the same.
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