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Date Signed Up:1/05/2012
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#69 - sooner than you think i believe, marijuana legalization will b…  [+] (1 reply) 01/11/2016 on Build wall 0
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#70 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
True.

Though I think it'll be around the end of your lifetime.
When all the idiots running shit now are dead, and the more reasonable young people take over and make better choices. Of course, we're doomed if the young people are all SJW's.
#66 - i completely agree. one day man, one day  [+] (3 replies) 01/10/2016 on Build wall 0
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#68 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
Probably not soon.
People tend to react in shock in you say drug use shouldn't be punished.
They assume you want to be allowed to use drugs, and then bring up a slipper slope argument.
Then bring up all the negatives about even trying to regulate drugs. (Oh, someone who can get it will go out and sell it for cheap to someone else. Or that's going to cost taxpayers a lot of money! Or that's going to make a lot of people in the DEA lose their jobs!!!)
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#69 - adrilazzaro (01/11/2016) [-]
sooner than you think i believe, marijuana legalization will be global within the next decade or so (maybe even sooner) after that i believe the rest will follow a path of decriminalization or perhaps even recreational legalization. I honestly see the whole situation being fixed in my lifetime
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#70 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
True.

Though I think it'll be around the end of your lifetime.
When all the idiots running shit now are dead, and the more reasonable young people take over and make better choices. Of course, we're doomed if the young people are all SJW's.
#61 - well i mean poorer countries are more predisposed to corruptio…  [+] (5 replies) 01/10/2016 on Build wall 0
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#65 - sketchysketchist (01/10/2016) [-]
It never ceases to amaze me how hard Ronald Reagan managed to fuck shit up for everyone.

Kinda makes me wish they'd decriminalize drugs in the U.S and people would treat drug addicts as victims/idiots who made a mistake. Making it possible for drug addicts to get their fix from a trained professional, who gives them smaller and smaller doses and therapy until they can finally get off the stuff while taking away the billions from Cartels.
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#66 - adrilazzaro (01/10/2016) [-]
i completely agree. one day man, one day
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#68 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
Probably not soon.
People tend to react in shock in you say drug use shouldn't be punished.
They assume you want to be allowed to use drugs, and then bring up a slipper slope argument.
Then bring up all the negatives about even trying to regulate drugs. (Oh, someone who can get it will go out and sell it for cheap to someone else. Or that's going to cost taxpayers a lot of money! Or that's going to make a lot of people in the DEA lose their jobs!!!)
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#69 - adrilazzaro (01/11/2016) [-]
sooner than you think i believe, marijuana legalization will be global within the next decade or so (maybe even sooner) after that i believe the rest will follow a path of decriminalization or perhaps even recreational legalization. I honestly see the whole situation being fixed in my lifetime
User avatar
#70 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
True.

Though I think it'll be around the end of your lifetime.
When all the idiots running shit now are dead, and the more reasonable young people take over and make better choices. Of course, we're doomed if the young people are all SJW's.
#57 - ?? 01/10/2016 on Build wall 0
#56 - maybe because things got ****** with the push on the war on dr…  [+] (7 replies) 01/10/2016 on Build wall 0
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#59 - sketchysketchist (01/10/2016) [-]
Is that really what caused it to go to shit?

Well, I'm not sure if it's all of mexico, but there's so any regions corrupted that you can't drive around without getting shot for being a drug mule for competition.
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#61 - adrilazzaro (01/10/2016) [-]
well i mean poorer countries are more predisposed to corruption than richer ones, but for mexico's current dis-balance of control it's the drug war that's made cartels so rich and powerful. The first big cartels were Colombian back in 80s but ever since Raegan the war on drugs has been basically letting these cartels become super billionaires in mexico which in turn has let them take control of entire towns
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#65 - sketchysketchist (01/10/2016) [-]
It never ceases to amaze me how hard Ronald Reagan managed to fuck shit up for everyone.

Kinda makes me wish they'd decriminalize drugs in the U.S and people would treat drug addicts as victims/idiots who made a mistake. Making it possible for drug addicts to get their fix from a trained professional, who gives them smaller and smaller doses and therapy until they can finally get off the stuff while taking away the billions from Cartels.
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#66 - adrilazzaro (01/10/2016) [-]
i completely agree. one day man, one day
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#68 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
Probably not soon.
People tend to react in shock in you say drug use shouldn't be punished.
They assume you want to be allowed to use drugs, and then bring up a slipper slope argument.
Then bring up all the negatives about even trying to regulate drugs. (Oh, someone who can get it will go out and sell it for cheap to someone else. Or that's going to cost taxpayers a lot of money! Or that's going to make a lot of people in the DEA lose their jobs!!!)
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#69 - adrilazzaro (01/11/2016) [-]
sooner than you think i believe, marijuana legalization will be global within the next decade or so (maybe even sooner) after that i believe the rest will follow a path of decriminalization or perhaps even recreational legalization. I honestly see the whole situation being fixed in my lifetime
User avatar
#70 - sketchysketchist (01/11/2016) [-]
True.

Though I think it'll be around the end of your lifetime.
When all the idiots running shit now are dead, and the more reasonable young people take over and make better choices. Of course, we're doomed if the young people are all SJW's.
#85 - debes ser divertido en las fiestas  [+] (1 reply) 01/08/2016 on India isn't so bad +4
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#87 - hwaraam (01/08/2016) [-]
no voy a las fiestas ESEEEE why am I reding all of those in mexican accent?
#116 - well basic now means 'simple minded' in a way  [+] (2 replies) 01/05/2016 on Based carrie 0
#186 - selfdenyingbeggar (01/06/2016) [-]
so it had a positive meaning but now for some people it has a negative connotation?
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#187 - adrilazzaro (01/06/2016) [-]
i guess? it depends on the context i'd say
#46 - mention pls  [+] (1 reply) 01/05/2016 on Attention Funnyjunk -1
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#181 - thegundanhero (01/05/2016) [-]
adrilazzaro is a faggot, you got your mention.