Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Napoleon V2, Oct 31, 2010.
Wut else have they lied about?
Who lied, I'd plot revenge.
Unfortunately what you were taught about speed, coke, heroin and pills is all true. The dope lies are insane -- dope should never have been made illegal. Pure insanity bought and paid for by big oil, big pharma, paper and textile corporations -- not only are the flowers delightfully intoxicating, but you can make FUEL, OIL, PAINT, PLASTIC, PAPER and CLOTH out of marijuana/hemp!!! Who did those facts frighten?
2 b honest I'm thinking prop 19 isnt gonna pass
Me neither. But I'm still holding onto hope that people will smarten up
but whatever. It's basically legal now with the whole "medicinal" thing.
I'm not waiting for it to be legal. Matter of fact it will not be cool then.
I'd like to think that Prop 19 will pass... I'd like to not be a criminal...
pass it California! not even medicinal will ever be legal out here in the sticks with all these small-minded hick tea-baggers running around -- i could be rotting away with chemo induced nausea and these a-holes wouldn't care >:/
Interesting little article I read this morning. At least the Limey's are waking up.
Alcohol is the most dangerous drug in the UK by a considerable margin, beating heroin and crack cocaine into second and third place, according to an authoritative study published today which will reopen calls for the drugs classification system to be scrapped and a concerted campaign launched against drink.
Led by the sacked government drugs adviser David Nutt with colleagues from the breakaway Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs, the study says that if drugs were classified on the basis of the harm they do, alcohol would be class A, alongside heroin and crack cocaine.
Today's study offers a more complex analysis that seeks to address the 2007 criticisms. It examines nine categories of harm that drugs can do to the individual "from death to damage to mental functioning and loss of relationships" and seven types of harm to others. The maximum possible harm score was 100 and the minimum zero.
Overall, alcohol scored 72 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ against 55 for heroin and 54 for crack. The most dangerous drugs to their individual users were ranked as heroin, crack and then crystal meth. The most harmful to others were alcohol, heroin and crack in that order.
Full article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2010/nov/01/alcohol-more-harmful-than-heroin-crack
Dat study is considering how widespread alcohol abuse is compared 2 crack and heroin
It is the overall harmful effects on da community, not da person