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#483 - It is legally, but it shouldn't be. The more people that choos… 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
#482 - Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I'… 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
#340 - met heard of 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
#339 - If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#298 - A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#288 - They chose that job. They could just get another one. …  [+] (7 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#283 - Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence… 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
#280 - *It is a choice. No one forces anyone to be fat, useless, addi…  [+] (9 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #286 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, ill tell that so several of my american friends whose bosses force them to work shitty hours or lose their jobs,

they dont like the street level drug users because they dont moderate the addictive substance like people on prescription have to

the rise in numbers of fat people worldwide has been a result of government-induced ideals of a social safety net....here, you cant emotionally handle life,,,,,have some anti-depressant pills.....hey youre feeling down, have a bag of potato chips and some heart medication
#288 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
They chose that job. They could just get another one.

They don't like street drug users because those drugs are a hazard to not only the person taking them, but also the general public.

I actually do think that antidepressants are prescribed too liberally, people do need to toughen up a bit sometimes. I'm not saying that they need to be taking a drug for every little thing. Some people just choose the drug because they think it is just easier than facing their problems. It's the same thing for fat people. They would rather eat unhealthy and take a drug than just eat healthier and exercise. They are choosing to be lazy
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#264 - Damn, that sucks. It just seems like no one actually thinks be…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #268 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Agreed, the problem with environmental science is everything thinks your a hippy nut that expects everyone to go live in the forest and wipe their ass with tree leaves (would be great for the environment but fuck if I would ever do that.) Gets annoying when people just discredit science as "theory" when people don't even understand what theory means in science. Those Fox news specials where they bring on scientists always end badly because surprise surprise the news anchors at Fox are scientifically illiterate. Karl Rove even argued with statistics (not numbers, I mean the legitimacy of statistics as a math during the election and Obama started pulling ahead in Ohio.)
#283 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence (or at least a little common sense). There are many ways to help us be environmentally friendly and more sustainable, but the companies that are making so much money off of fossil fuels and the such are just so damn greedy that they are fighting tooth and nail to try to squeeze every possible dollar out of the planet.
#259 - No, I'm serious. The medications keep people healthy so they c…  [+] (11 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #271 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
its not so much choice as it is different people giving in to the types of government supported categories of life,
* the people who work their who work their whole lives, occasionally supported by meds to keep working, up til they grow old, retire and use meds to stay alive
* the fat couch potatoes who use meds to fight their health problems, and occasionally need surgery to stay alive
* the 'illegal' drug users who the police arrest and charge and sometimes send to jail for using drugs the government doesnt like, only because as much as the over the counter ingredients are making them a profit, the resulting 'illegal' drug is making private dealers profits the government isnt able to tax legally
#280 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
*It is a choice. No one forces anyone to be fat, useless, addicted, or an alcoholic.
*The people who work their whole lives do so at a job of their choosing, working the number of hours they want, doing what they want in their free time, and choosing when to retire and what to do when they do retire. The meds help them do that, sounds good to me.
*Fat people do use drugs to fight their health problems. Which is why there is pressure from everywhere to start eating healthier and being more active.
*They don't like the illegal drug uses because they are a danger to society
User avatar #286 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, ill tell that so several of my american friends whose bosses force them to work shitty hours or lose their jobs,

they dont like the street level drug users because they dont moderate the addictive substance like people on prescription have to

the rise in numbers of fat people worldwide has been a result of government-induced ideals of a social safety net....here, you cant emotionally handle life,,,,,have some anti-depressant pills.....hey youre feeling down, have a bag of potato chips and some heart medication
#288 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
They chose that job. They could just get another one.

They don't like street drug users because those drugs are a hazard to not only the person taking them, but also the general public.

I actually do think that antidepressants are prescribed too liberally, people do need to toughen up a bit sometimes. I'm not saying that they need to be taking a drug for every little thing. Some people just choose the drug because they think it is just easier than facing their problems. It's the same thing for fat people. They would rather eat unhealthy and take a drug than just eat healthier and exercise. They are choosing to be lazy
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#255 - Thanks! I'm in a toxicology course right now actually! Did you…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities +1
User avatar #262 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Yep although because of work I'm became a pool operator (license to work pump machines and add chemicals) and muriatic acid is only 1/6 the amount of hypoclorite in liquid chlorine. Now liquid chlorine on the other hand with a pH of 12.4 is quite dangerous. But as an environmental science major there is so much shit wrong with policy that its beyond dangerous. Remember the Keystone XL pipleline they want to build straight through the midwest? Well it happens that it runs almost the entire length of the Ogallala Aquifer which means in the pipe busts (keep in mind the one they have now has already burst twice in '09 and '11 into Michigan Lakes. If the new pipeline bursts all that toxic tarsands will have chemicals leach out into the aquifer thereby poisoning the water used to grow the majority of U.S. crops. Ironically my college town has an underground river flowing right by it where we get ALL of our tap water from. Guess who decided it was a good idea to build a gas station right where the river comes close to surface meaning if that Gas station ever leaks fuel it goes straight into our drinking water. Fuck man so much shit wrong in the world and everyone thinks the guy who just want to help is the one lying.
#264 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn, that sucks. It just seems like no one actually thinks before they put those plans into motion anymore. Heck, we could probably completely eliminate the need for fossil fuels TODAY if it didn't "cost too much."
User avatar #268 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Agreed, the problem with environmental science is everything thinks your a hippy nut that expects everyone to go live in the forest and wipe their ass with tree leaves (would be great for the environment but fuck if I would ever do that.) Gets annoying when people just discredit science as "theory" when people don't even understand what theory means in science. Those Fox news specials where they bring on scientists always end badly because surprise surprise the news anchors at Fox are scientifically illiterate. Karl Rove even argued with statistics (not numbers, I mean the legitimacy of statistics as a math during the election and Obama started pulling ahead in Ohio.)
#283 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence (or at least a little common sense). There are many ways to help us be environmentally friendly and more sustainable, but the companies that are making so much money off of fossil fuels and the such are just so damn greedy that they are fighting tooth and nail to try to squeeze every possible dollar out of the planet.
#240 - The government doesn't encourage just pumping drugs into anyon…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities 0
User avatar #251 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
you're trolling right?

the drugs were pumped out by the government to keep its happy little slaves called the common worker, fit enough to come to work every day and live longer so they can squeeze more working years out of people before they die and are no longer a source of revenue

if you feel that the people turning more and more to fat useless drug addicted alcoholics who on average spend most of their live working or sitting on the couch watching tv all day, is a great life, good god you have low standards
#259 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
No, I'm serious. The medications keep people healthy so they can do what they choose. No one is forcing them to work. In fact there are a lot of people who choose not to and take advantage of the "free money" they can get from the government. People choose to be fat, useless, drug addicted, and/or alcoholics. I am none of them, so yes, I would say I have a great life thank you very much.
If the government wanted us to become addicted to drugs, they would never have made the most addictive ones illegal or hard to get by making them controlled substances.
User avatar #271 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
its not so much choice as it is different people giving in to the types of government supported categories of life,
* the people who work their who work their whole lives, occasionally supported by meds to keep working, up til they grow old, retire and use meds to stay alive
* the fat couch potatoes who use meds to fight their health problems, and occasionally need surgery to stay alive
* the 'illegal' drug users who the police arrest and charge and sometimes send to jail for using drugs the government doesnt like, only because as much as the over the counter ingredients are making them a profit, the resulting 'illegal' drug is making private dealers profits the government isnt able to tax legally
#280 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
*It is a choice. No one forces anyone to be fat, useless, addicted, or an alcoholic.
*The people who work their whole lives do so at a job of their choosing, working the number of hours they want, doing what they want in their free time, and choosing when to retire and what to do when they do retire. The meds help them do that, sounds good to me.
*Fat people do use drugs to fight their health problems. Which is why there is pressure from everywhere to start eating healthier and being more active.
*They don't like the illegal drug uses because they are a danger to society
User avatar #286 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, ill tell that so several of my american friends whose bosses force them to work shitty hours or lose their jobs,

they dont like the street level drug users because they dont moderate the addictive substance like people on prescription have to

the rise in numbers of fat people worldwide has been a result of government-induced ideals of a social safety net....here, you cant emotionally handle life,,,,,have some anti-depressant pills.....hey youre feeling down, have a bag of potato chips and some heart medication
#288 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
They chose that job. They could just get another one.

They don't like street drug users because those drugs are a hazard to not only the person taking them, but also the general public.

I actually do think that antidepressants are prescribed too liberally, people do need to toughen up a bit sometimes. I'm not saying that they need to be taking a drug for every little thing. Some people just choose the drug because they think it is just easier than facing their problems. It's the same thing for fat people. They would rather eat unhealthy and take a drug than just eat healthier and exercise. They are choosing to be lazy
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
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User avatar #249 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
I know right? I'm in school for environmental science and biology trying to go into toxicology for grad. I have friend who aren't science majors and man do they have weird ideas about science even though they know nothing about it (like on friend seriously asked me if a nuclear explosion in a volcano could stop the volcano from exploding yet didn't understand that a volcano is much more powerful than a nuclear blast.) Also do people not realize that cancer cells succeed in your body not because they are cancer (you get cancer cells daily but they are either too mutated to function and live, or the immune cells detect and kill it.) Yet when a person gets cancer what happens is that cancer cell is so similar to the original cells that not only can they function on their own the immune cells consider it natural and don't kill it. Sorry for the rant but you know how it is dealing with people who won't listen. Good luck in Pharmacy school that shit is intense (hence why I'm toxicology and not full on pharma.)
#255 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Thanks! I'm in a toxicology course right now actually! Did you know that bleach isn't really that dangerous if swallowed? You can pretty much chug a glass and it will just make you hurl and feel shitty for a while, no need to go to the hospital or anything. That one surprised me a bit.
User avatar #262 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Yep although because of work I'm became a pool operator (license to work pump machines and add chemicals) and muriatic acid is only 1/6 the amount of hypoclorite in liquid chlorine. Now liquid chlorine on the other hand with a pH of 12.4 is quite dangerous. But as an environmental science major there is so much shit wrong with policy that its beyond dangerous. Remember the Keystone XL pipleline they want to build straight through the midwest? Well it happens that it runs almost the entire length of the Ogallala Aquifer which means in the pipe busts (keep in mind the one they have now has already burst twice in '09 and '11 into Michigan Lakes. If the new pipeline bursts all that toxic tarsands will have chemicals leach out into the aquifer thereby poisoning the water used to grow the majority of U.S. crops. Ironically my college town has an underground river flowing right by it where we get ALL of our tap water from. Guess who decided it was a good idea to build a gas station right where the river comes close to surface meaning if that Gas station ever leaks fuel it goes straight into our drinking water. Fuck man so much shit wrong in the world and everyone thinks the guy who just want to help is the one lying.
#264 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn, that sucks. It just seems like no one actually thinks before they put those plans into motion anymore. Heck, we could probably completely eliminate the need for fossil fuels TODAY if it didn't "cost too much."
User avatar #268 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Agreed, the problem with environmental science is everything thinks your a hippy nut that expects everyone to go live in the forest and wipe their ass with tree leaves (would be great for the environment but fuck if I would ever do that.) Gets annoying when people just discredit science as "theory" when people don't even understand what theory means in science. Those Fox news specials where they bring on scientists always end badly because surprise surprise the news anchors at Fox are scientifically illiterate. Karl Rove even argued with statistics (not numbers, I mean the legitimacy of statistics as a math during the election and Obama started pulling ahead in Ohio.)
#283 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence (or at least a little common sense). There are many ways to help us be environmentally friendly and more sustainable, but the companies that are making so much money off of fossil fuels and the such are just so damn greedy that they are fighting tooth and nail to try to squeeze every possible dollar out of the planet.
#232 - Yes, they are trying to cure it. Do you even know how cancer w…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Priorities +9
User avatar #236 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn you beat me to it.
#237 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Sorry, couldn't resist correcting that nonsense. I'm glad everyone isn't that crazy though. I am in pharmacy school, so whenever people start saying ridiculous things about the medical system, diseases, and drugs, I have to correct them
User avatar #249 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
I know right? I'm in school for environmental science and biology trying to go into toxicology for grad. I have friend who aren't science majors and man do they have weird ideas about science even though they know nothing about it (like on friend seriously asked me if a nuclear explosion in a volcano could stop the volcano from exploding yet didn't understand that a volcano is much more powerful than a nuclear blast.) Also do people not realize that cancer cells succeed in your body not because they are cancer (you get cancer cells daily but they are either too mutated to function and live, or the immune cells detect and kill it.) Yet when a person gets cancer what happens is that cancer cell is so similar to the original cells that not only can they function on their own the immune cells consider it natural and don't kill it. Sorry for the rant but you know how it is dealing with people who won't listen. Good luck in Pharmacy school that shit is intense (hence why I'm toxicology and not full on pharma.)
#255 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Thanks! I'm in a toxicology course right now actually! Did you know that bleach isn't really that dangerous if swallowed? You can pretty much chug a glass and it will just make you hurl and feel shitty for a while, no need to go to the hospital or anything. That one surprised me a bit.
User avatar #262 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Yep although because of work I'm became a pool operator (license to work pump machines and add chemicals) and muriatic acid is only 1/6 the amount of hypoclorite in liquid chlorine. Now liquid chlorine on the other hand with a pH of 12.4 is quite dangerous. But as an environmental science major there is so much shit wrong with policy that its beyond dangerous. Remember the Keystone XL pipleline they want to build straight through the midwest? Well it happens that it runs almost the entire length of the Ogallala Aquifer which means in the pipe busts (keep in mind the one they have now has already burst twice in '09 and '11 into Michigan Lakes. If the new pipeline bursts all that toxic tarsands will have chemicals leach out into the aquifer thereby poisoning the water used to grow the majority of U.S. crops. Ironically my college town has an underground river flowing right by it where we get ALL of our tap water from. Guess who decided it was a good idea to build a gas station right where the river comes close to surface meaning if that Gas station ever leaks fuel it goes straight into our drinking water. Fuck man so much shit wrong in the world and everyone thinks the guy who just want to help is the one lying.
#264 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn, that sucks. It just seems like no one actually thinks before they put those plans into motion anymore. Heck, we could probably completely eliminate the need for fossil fuels TODAY if it didn't "cost too much."
User avatar #268 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Agreed, the problem with environmental science is everything thinks your a hippy nut that expects everyone to go live in the forest and wipe their ass with tree leaves (would be great for the environment but fuck if I would ever do that.) Gets annoying when people just discredit science as "theory" when people don't even understand what theory means in science. Those Fox news specials where they bring on scientists always end badly because surprise surprise the news anchors at Fox are scientifically illiterate. Karl Rove even argued with statistics (not numbers, I mean the legitimacy of statistics as a math during the election and Obama started pulling ahead in Ohio.)
#283 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence (or at least a little common sense). There are many ways to help us be environmentally friendly and more sustainable, but the companies that are making so much money off of fossil fuels and the such are just so damn greedy that they are fighting tooth and nail to try to squeeze every possible dollar out of the planet.
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User avatar #230 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, because the government that encouraged doctors to pump people full of meds will punish the doctors for doing it
#240 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
The government doesn't encourage just pumping drugs into anyone. They encourage increasing the length and quality of life for all the citizens. Drugs actually do work, whether you are intelligent enough to realize it or not.
User avatar #251 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
you're trolling right?

the drugs were pumped out by the government to keep its happy little slaves called the common worker, fit enough to come to work every day and live longer so they can squeeze more working years out of people before they die and are no longer a source of revenue

if you feel that the people turning more and more to fat useless drug addicted alcoholics who on average spend most of their live working or sitting on the couch watching tv all day, is a great life, good god you have low standards
#259 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
No, I'm serious. The medications keep people healthy so they can do what they choose. No one is forcing them to work. In fact there are a lot of people who choose not to and take advantage of the "free money" they can get from the government. People choose to be fat, useless, drug addicted, and/or alcoholics. I am none of them, so yes, I would say I have a great life thank you very much.
If the government wanted us to become addicted to drugs, they would never have made the most addictive ones illegal or hard to get by making them controlled substances.
User avatar #271 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
its not so much choice as it is different people giving in to the types of government supported categories of life,
* the people who work their who work their whole lives, occasionally supported by meds to keep working, up til they grow old, retire and use meds to stay alive
* the fat couch potatoes who use meds to fight their health problems, and occasionally need surgery to stay alive
* the 'illegal' drug users who the police arrest and charge and sometimes send to jail for using drugs the government doesnt like, only because as much as the over the counter ingredients are making them a profit, the resulting 'illegal' drug is making private dealers profits the government isnt able to tax legally
#280 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
*It is a choice. No one forces anyone to be fat, useless, addicted, or an alcoholic.
*The people who work their whole lives do so at a job of their choosing, working the number of hours they want, doing what they want in their free time, and choosing when to retire and what to do when they do retire. The meds help them do that, sounds good to me.
*Fat people do use drugs to fight their health problems. Which is why there is pressure from everywhere to start eating healthier and being more active.
*They don't like the illegal drug uses because they are a danger to society
User avatar #286 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, ill tell that so several of my american friends whose bosses force them to work shitty hours or lose their jobs,

they dont like the street level drug users because they dont moderate the addictive substance like people on prescription have to

the rise in numbers of fat people worldwide has been a result of government-induced ideals of a social safety net....here, you cant emotionally handle life,,,,,have some anti-depressant pills.....hey youre feeling down, have a bag of potato chips and some heart medication
#288 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
They chose that job. They could just get another one.

They don't like street drug users because those drugs are a hazard to not only the person taking them, but also the general public.

I actually do think that antidepressants are prescribed too liberally, people do need to toughen up a bit sometimes. I'm not saying that they need to be taking a drug for every little thing. Some people just choose the drug because they think it is just easier than facing their problems. It's the same thing for fat people. They would rather eat unhealthy and take a drug than just eat healthier and exercise. They are choosing to be lazy
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
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User avatar #221 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
doctors dont get money from the patient for prescriptions but they get a nice sum from the pharmaceutical company making the drug(s) they prescribe
kind of like a commission

the patient then hands money over to the pharmaceutical company every time they get/renew said prescriptions and buy those drugs
#226 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
No they don't, because it's illegal. That is called a kickback, and it will cost the doctor his/her medical license.

User avatar #230 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, because the government that encouraged doctors to pump people full of meds will punish the doctors for doing it
#240 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
The government doesn't encourage just pumping drugs into anyone. They encourage increasing the length and quality of life for all the citizens. Drugs actually do work, whether you are intelligent enough to realize it or not.
User avatar #251 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
you're trolling right?

the drugs were pumped out by the government to keep its happy little slaves called the common worker, fit enough to come to work every day and live longer so they can squeeze more working years out of people before they die and are no longer a source of revenue

if you feel that the people turning more and more to fat useless drug addicted alcoholics who on average spend most of their live working or sitting on the couch watching tv all day, is a great life, good god you have low standards
#259 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
No, I'm serious. The medications keep people healthy so they can do what they choose. No one is forcing them to work. In fact there are a lot of people who choose not to and take advantage of the "free money" they can get from the government. People choose to be fat, useless, drug addicted, and/or alcoholics. I am none of them, so yes, I would say I have a great life thank you very much.
If the government wanted us to become addicted to drugs, they would never have made the most addictive ones illegal or hard to get by making them controlled substances.
User avatar #271 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
its not so much choice as it is different people giving in to the types of government supported categories of life,
* the people who work their who work their whole lives, occasionally supported by meds to keep working, up til they grow old, retire and use meds to stay alive
* the fat couch potatoes who use meds to fight their health problems, and occasionally need surgery to stay alive
* the 'illegal' drug users who the police arrest and charge and sometimes send to jail for using drugs the government doesnt like, only because as much as the over the counter ingredients are making them a profit, the resulting 'illegal' drug is making private dealers profits the government isnt able to tax legally
#280 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
*It is a choice. No one forces anyone to be fat, useless, addicted, or an alcoholic.
*The people who work their whole lives do so at a job of their choosing, working the number of hours they want, doing what they want in their free time, and choosing when to retire and what to do when they do retire. The meds help them do that, sounds good to me.
*Fat people do use drugs to fight their health problems. Which is why there is pressure from everywhere to start eating healthier and being more active.
*They don't like the illegal drug uses because they are a danger to society
User avatar #286 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
right, ill tell that so several of my american friends whose bosses force them to work shitty hours or lose their jobs,

they dont like the street level drug users because they dont moderate the addictive substance like people on prescription have to

the rise in numbers of fat people worldwide has been a result of government-induced ideals of a social safety net....here, you cant emotionally handle life,,,,,have some anti-depressant pills.....hey youre feeling down, have a bag of potato chips and some heart medication
#288 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
They chose that job. They could just get another one.

They don't like street drug users because those drugs are a hazard to not only the person taking them, but also the general public.

I actually do think that antidepressants are prescribed too liberally, people do need to toughen up a bit sometimes. I'm not saying that they need to be taking a drug for every little thing. Some people just choose the drug because they think it is just easier than facing their problems. It's the same thing for fat people. They would rather eat unhealthy and take a drug than just eat healthier and exercise. They are choosing to be lazy
User avatar #293 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
well ive met some people who use meth, and all they do is live homeless, and survive on what they beg for, steal or find in garbage bins, but not really a big harm to other people
whereas ive met people on 'legal' meds are are dangerous to other people, like one woman on anti-depressants who even while dosed or because she was dosed, had episodes and threw big objects of furniture off her balcony, nearly hitting people

the main real difference between legal and illegal drugs is the legal ones are registered and the government can easily monitor them

as for fat people, alot of those are people who dont want drugs to feel happy with life, so stuff their faces with comfort foods and sadly end up on meds anyway just to get past the health problems with obesity
#298 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
A crazy, homeless person stealing just to fund their next meth hit is extremely dangerous

The difference between legal and illegal drugs is that the illegal ones are much more dangerous and/or have no feasible medical uses.

Fat people are basically drug addicts, but instead of drugs, they are just addicted to the food. They make that choice. You don't need drugs to feel happy in life. You need drugs to keep you healthy so you can keep doing the things that make you happy in life
User avatar #302 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
i meant the homeless stealing food, like grabbing something from a store and running
, most of the ones that rob people for cash are already in jail, while we pay for them to be in there

the 'war on drugs' is bullshit to siphon money from taxpayers at the same time the government helps cartels import drugs into the country - its a fact usa sells guns to south america in exchange for profits on the drug dealing
in fact if obama and friends go ahead with this plan to seize guns from people in usa, it'll just mean they'll be selling off all those guns to south america for more drugs
#339 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
If the homeless person isn't working, the only way to pay for their addiction is to steal (not food) from others or engage in other illegal activities to get the money, which is putting others in danger. When someone is truly addicted, they don't care about anything besides their next hit.

The war on drugs, while not going as well as we might have hoped, is still a war on drugs. If the government truly just wanted money, they could easily legalize the drugs and make billions and billions of dollars by taxing it. But they don't, because it is incredibly bad for our society. If there are so many people addicted now, imagine how bad it would be if every gas station legally sold these illicit drugs. They don't help the drug runners, because they would waste the funds made from it on fighting drugs, arresting abusers, and paying for their livelihood in jail.

You must either be a huge troll, mentally handicapped, or just the dumbest person I have met. In any case, I feel sorry for you and how it must feel to be so inadequate.
User avatar #452 - konradkurze (02/09/2013) [-]
no, they get welfare and beg for more money on the streets, which by law technically they can wave off as donations since its people's choice to give them money

the war on drugs is a lie, the government knows about the cartels and most of their dealers, they just make a show arrest every now and then to keep up public opinion of the taxpayer money they claim to spend on it
they wont legalize the drugs because that would cause negative public opinion, its much better to them to keep it illegal so they look like the good guys

you claim im mentally handicapped yet youre the one playing human centipede and gobbling up the shit the government feeds you
#482 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Welfare isn't nearly enough to feed an expensive addiction. I've seen many cases where they turn to even robbing their drug dealer and risk getting shot because of their addiction.

The war on drugs is not a lie, it's just an incredibly hard task. The only way to stop it is to man every inch of border/coast and stop each and every vehicle going through and thoroughly search it. That would be incredibly expensive and time consuming. They are doing the best they can. I have seen the gigantic warehouses of seized drugs literally worth millions/billions of dollars. They examine it and then destroy most of it. Why would they do this if they could just "release" it out into the public and make more money. Those same cartels are kidnapping people and holding them for ransom and killing any who bring in no money. Pretty sure the government doesn't want people killing the working citizens.

I didn't claim you were mentally handicapped, I merely mentioned it was one of the three most possible scenarios. I'm not just blindly believing what the government tells me. I study drugs, had a specific class devoted to the illicit drugs, have watched AA/NA meetings, etc.
#340 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
met heard of
#44 - Here you go 02/05/2013 on Overreacting +1
#64 - no, it is to the located to the left, not tilted. If you've ev…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/27/2013 on This is why men are smarter ! 0
#70 - anonymous (01/27/2013) [-]
1) Your heart isn't that far left
2) Your heart isn't left at all
See below:

abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2012/02/14/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-your-heart/
number 4 bitch

The left ventricle is the more powerful portion of the heart which is why you feel you're heart beat slightly left of the center of you chest.
anon'd!!!
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User avatar #61 - kingrayne (01/27/2013) [-]
its tilted to the left.
#64 - yaysuperduper (01/27/2013) [-]
no, it is to the located to the left, not tilted. If you've ever learned about lungs, this is why your right lung is bigger. Your left lung has an indentation to make room for your heart.
#70 - anonymous (01/27/2013) [-]
1) Your heart isn't that far left
2) Your heart isn't left at all
See below:

abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2012/02/14/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-your-heart/
number 4 bitch

The left ventricle is the more powerful portion of the heart which is why you feel you're heart beat slightly left of the center of you chest.
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User avatar #69 - Stickpye (01/21/2013) [-]
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