in other words everything in moderation. of course that moderation ahs slightly different amounts
NatalyaAF wrote:Fuck, even video games can ruin lives when used in excess. I used to be addicted to the computer back in middle school and high school.
Warhead wrote:Have you ever had a good day where you feel warm inside and content, relaxed and good about yourself? Well, drugs or drink can't give you that.
OneEye589 wrote:I guess I just don't see the pressing importance of legalizing something like that. I agree it is stupid that so many people are in jail for using weed, but those are the people who stockpile it in their homes. How many people are going to be arrested and put in jail for having a few joints on them?
OneEye589 wrote:I'm a fan of following the law. I don't care how stupid it is, if it's the law it's the law. Socrates talked about it in one of his dialogues, you live in a government with laws. They provide you with things and you keep them in line while you also provide them with things whiles they keep you in line. It's a system and it works.
OneEye589 wrote:Do you think everyone who smokes weed now would do it as often if it were legal? Probably not. I know a few more people who would, but I know plenty of people who would stop if it were legal.
Almighty Benny wrote:What would be so bad about less people smoking weed?
pesgores wrote:WHY DO PEOPLE NEED DRUGS (except for medicating themselves)?!
Warhead wrote:my head burns with War.
OneEye589 wrote:I was just talking about people being hypocrites and how many people do things to either break the rules solely or never work off of what they want.
IVhorseman wrote:Also I'm gonna request that this get moved to the "Threads that are dumb" forum.
Almighty Benny wrote:I totally agree that personal freedom should be used proactively, rather than just as an excuse to continually break the law, but consider this: I would have never known that I wanted it to be legal if I hadn't tried it first and liked it
I didn't actually try alcohol or weed until I went to college, and I have to admit, I was pretty opinionated about them back in high school. Once I tried them, though, my opinion about them completely changed
OneEye589 wrote:If you use it wisely, fine, go for it. It's just not my thing and I don't see the pressing need for it to be legal.
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