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Discussion in 'News' started by Groyper Supreme, May 29, 2018.
Pot's bad, M'kay.
Sounds like any other organized crime ring. Just replace the chinks with whops and this article could have been written during the Seventies and Eighties.
Where drug dealers own several homes but the average family does not own one.
You know tim is only posting this to prove his ideology that weed is evil
that's kind of every country, well except for jenkem sellers
The solution is to legalize recreational marijuana worldwide. Let's see how the cartels fare against Nestle and Philip Morris.
Oh yeah it should be no contest. Nestle & PM 1000/hr corporate lawyers vs. Guys who will throw a pillowcase over your head, beat you with a bat until you are unconscious, and then cut you up with a chainsaw.
I'm sure Nestle executives love spending their free time in Ciudad Juarez
Didn't say I wouldn't watch the contest.
Or to shoot all potheads and be done with it.
huehuehuehue seig heil faggot
Pretty sure the Nazis were pro-drugs since they handed it out like candy.
amphetamines yeah, weed no
I guess there's no real benefit to it besides pacifying the general population.
nah niggie it feel good too
I was coming here to post this. Literally the whole purpose of cartels is to smuggle illegal shit. If weed were legal everywhere, it wouldn't be worth shit to cartels; it'd be like trying to smuggle soda or some shit.
A+++++++++++++++++++++++ critical thinking skills, Tim
You cited a crime which is solely due to the illegality of weed (cartels doing this, and it being a crime for said cartels (and others) to BRING WEED TO ANOTHER STATE IN THE FIRST PLACE due it being illegal there) as somehow being proof that legalizing weed will increase the crime rate; you actually just completely retorted the argument you were trying to make.
You REALLY can't comprehend beyond "increased crime rate in Colorado," can you? Do you have ANY reasoning skills whatsoever? Seriously; someone unable to abstract something as basic as this probably couldn't even abstract basic linear equa—oh, wait. nvm
Yep, battle of Britain was more like a battle of metheads.
What about medicine, if not industrial use?
lol, actually, i'm just playing 4 and after a very lengthy and difficult thinking, i decided to burn the poppy field.
Those who rule over you want you to smoke pot, bro. You need to let go of that shit.
I haven't played 4, but did play 3. Did you play that one? You're forced to burn several weed fields in one mission.
Not yet, i only played 1 a long time ago, and now i'm working my way backwards thru the whole series.
Not yet, it's a shitshow around here, anyway. One thing i appreciate is that most cops know that there are much better things to do than chasing after a guy with a joint. Those are only state cops, tho. The metropolitan cops are absolute mongoloids. Kinda like with the Ukrainian police.. lol, did i tell you that story i heard from my former boss? I worked in a small spedition company and once, an uk driver drove to that shitty metal crate of ours, in midst of the fields, and he wanted a refund for a vignette he had to buy to drive around on Ukrainian highways.. and my boss told him: "..wait, there are no official Ukrainian vignettes" ... he then complained that a metro cop forced him to buy it.
Coming from someone who can't cross a street.
The "AP" in your AP classes must be short for "Autistic Pussy."
One) the weed law was to reduce crime and increase revenue. It has had the opposite effect, and has attracted international crime organizations. Mexican/Chinese drug cartels are now "legally" growing pot in pot legal states. Once they had to worry about the tight restrictions at the international border, none such exist at the boundaries of Colorado/California/Oregon. Legal pot states have become production states which export drugs to other states and nations. (which the article clearly states) It is nothing more than a state sanctioned/protected/ignored drug cartel. See Mexico. All revenue raised has been eclipsed by the increased cost in social services.
Two) There are still problems with the situation with the Federal law (pot illegal) and state law (pot legal). If you weren't too busy desperately stroking your sad, limp, hyper-exaggerated SAT, you would know that the US fought a war over the very same subject/situation. SAT prep question #382. Who won the US Civil War? SAT prep question #383. What was the direct (commonly known) result? SAT prep question #384. What was the federal/state legal result?
Three) Saying the legalization of MJ is a failure in a state is due to much of the world not wanting MJ to be legal is retarded six year old's logic. It suits you.
Arguing for a vice, because some people have done it or the majority have tried it, is the weakest argument there is.
For example, pretty much anyone who has drove has broken the speed limit. Do away with speed limits everywhere? Or,
Morphine has medical purposes, legalize it for recreational use?
Go to bed
Tim is determined to die on this hill
Good news! I now have a new one for the sheet!
Nah, it doesn't take economics knowledge to understand that legalizing x in place y will stop "crimes" of possessing x in y