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Posted Aug 27, '13 at 9:10pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

9,475 posts

Staring at each other and stupidly laughing is not fun.
Tell me how having your head feel like a pumpkin is fun.
How is acting dumb in front of other people is fun?

Now that you've described getting drunk, anyone who drinks gets shot?
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 9:27pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,937 posts

I don't feel like jumping into this whole argument. I'm just going to take some creatine and go lift some weights.

 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 9:45pm

Freakenstein

Freakenstein

9,532 posts

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It doesn't matter to me if they're teens, adults or very old people. If they do drugs they're ****roaches to me and they should all die because they're useless to the rest of society.


Well, ****. Guess you don't really care much for the BRILLIANT, INTELLECTUAL SCIENTISTS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE TECHNOLOGICAL GROWTH OF THE WORLD while consuming casual drugs, huh?

How many store robberies, street muggings, house break-ins happen because some crackheads needs drug and since he or she already sold all their parent's jewelry, cloth and electronics, have to find money to waste on their addiction?


Studies from the statistics shows the rate of crime is dependent on INCOME of the career criminal, not the status of taking drugs.

Really? It's a drug related thread, are you being literal again?


That soda you drank while coming home from school? It has drugs in it. I hear....if you take too much of it....you die!

err... :O

Potheads are just dumb but people using hard drugs are the problem. My solution: Put them against a wall a shoot them.


I like how you completely DODGED the points put forth and went on to spout more of your opinions. Yep, completely disregarded what he said, even though they had logical points. So I suppose, regardless of the intelligence they attained when born, automatically taking drugs makes them below the threshold for the average intelligence? Please tell me the science of how this works! You mean to tell me...that drugs....sap the intelligence of the individual instead of just draining the potential of it? Mind-blowi--err, Mind-fu--errr, Mind-wra---crap, Mind--wrapping. Yeah, that's it. Don't want SSTG to think I'm taking drugs or he'll have some choice judgements to think about.

What's so fun about doing drug?


You're not 7 billion people. Because you don't think so, you automatically have the gall to suggest these people be woefully and balefully shot for using them? Are you someone who constantly is in a state of SWAG? Ostensibly portraying a disregard for common society and its rules, believing in an elitist society of non-drug users? Yeah, forget the social right to using some of these products, that's out the window. We might as well be in Lord of the Flies.
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 9:55pm

Maverick4

Maverick4

6,889 posts

We might as well be in Lord of the Flies.


I HAVE THE CONCH FRANK! I HAVE THE CONCH!
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 9:58pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

9,475 posts

It doesn't matter to me if they're teens, adults or very old people. If they do drugs they're ****roaches to me and they should all die because they're useless to the rest of society.

I tried it too when I was younger


Q.E.D.
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 10:10pm

SSTG

SSTG

12,214 posts

Knight

Geez, I didn't know so many of you liked drugs. :O
Glorifying it is not much better either.
If you like to say you take drugs then don't whine if someone tells you that he despise you for it. That's my opinion, like it or not.

 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 10:31pm

Freakenstein

Freakenstein

9,532 posts

Moderator

Geez, I didn't know so many of you liked drugs.


Some of us use drugs, some of us don't. We still use civility when arguing the status and circumstance of drug-using.

Glorifying it is not much better either.


We're not glorifying drugs, we are enjoying the attitude of allowing those who use drugs the right to use them, while exercising caution and encouraging sparse use of them. Glorifying is "use drugs! Use drugs! Forget what it causes, use them!"

If you like to say you take drugs then don't whine if someone tells you that he despise you for it.


If you take drugs, then don't whine when someone shoots you on the street for it.

It'd be nice if you would heed my warning in your profile and actually argue the points we are presenting, SSTG. I see no counter-arguments anywhere here, which means the WEPR isn't being the WEPR.
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 10:51pm

SSTG

SSTG

12,214 posts

Knight

Fun isn't the only reason. It could make them feel good, or benefit them in another way. Pain relief, etc.

Pain relief is justifiable and fall under the medication category.
Janis Joplin was creative but ended her life way too early because of a drug overdose.
Heath Ledger was a good actor with a nice life ahead of him but he liked to have fun using drugs as well. Where is he now?
What about Whitney Houston?

You use drugs for fun at first but it makes you more susceptible to do heavier drugs later.

One of my uncle had a good job, a nice house, a wife, kids.
He started using pot, then hashish then coke, crack and guess where he is now? Yeah he's dead.
My other uncle also had a good job and a nice car but now he lives somewhere in the street after alienating his entire family, me included.
He went to live at my moms house for a while then she soon realized why nobody else wanted him around. When I heard he was calling her a ***** I took his cloths, grab the loser by the shirt and threw him out. He landed face first in the street and I bet he didn't even feel it because he was so high.

Doing drug has consequences and often innocent people pay for it.
So next time you glorify or try to justify using drug don't be surprised if I tell you my piece of mind!
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 11:11pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,937 posts

Heath Ledger was a good actor with a nice life ahead of him but he liked to have fun using drugs as well.


This will explain what happened with Ledger.

TL;DR - Accidental prescription* overdose

*article has a typo, calling it perception.
 

Posted Aug 27, '13 at 11:20pm

Freakenstein

Freakenstein

9,532 posts

Moderator

Janis Joplin was creative but ended her life way too early because of a drug overdose.
Heath Ledger was a good actor with a nice life ahead of him but he liked to have fun using drugs as well. Where is he now?
What about Whitney Houston?


Or the other tens of millions of people still alive and well, due to the cautious use of drugs?

You use drugs for fun at first but it makes you more susceptible to do heavier drugs later.


Like alcohol.

So next time you glorify or try to justify using drug don't be surprised if I tell you my piece of mind!


You're clearly not reading any posts other people are making, otherwise you would have found out that we are not glorifying drugs in any way, shape, or form.
 
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