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Re: About danged time he went to jail

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04-08-2013 17:40:49

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There are plenty more to take his place the problem ain't the drug dealers its the drug consumers.Basic economics when there is a market for something someone will come along to supply the market.

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04-08-2013 18:24:13

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 Re: About danged time he went to jail in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-08-2013 17:40:49  
You are soooo right TF. The bars and alcahol sales are proof of that. It still kills more every year than all the other drugs combined. AND! The reason it kills more is because it is "THE ACCEPTED DRUG". Legalize the others and they also will become accepted drugs and even more deaths. I have no problem with someone wanting to kill themselves , let them take all they want. When it starts killing the innocent , which it almost always does , then something needs done. How bout this , legalize all of it but you kill or mame someone while using , you get automatic death penalty within 1 yr. You dammage someones property or minor injury , you get 20 yrs. Of course it also means our prisons will have to be reformed back to labor prisons instead of man and woman caves that they are now. Oh , and if it is a minor , then the parents also get a $10,000 fine 1st offense and the fine and year in prison second. Parents don't want to be parents then they are just as much the problem and should pay their share.

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04-09-2013 04:01:59

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 Re: About danged time he went to jail in reply to B-maniac, 04-08-2013 18:24:13  
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Can't agree on the parents thing. Used to feel the same way, but I've seen too many parents do everything they could and then some and still Junior or Missy is a druggie or drunk or worse. A lot of bad people come from really good families.

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04-09-2013 08:02:02

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 Re: About danged time he went to jail in reply to Bret4207, 04-09-2013 04:01:59  
Amen to that!

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04-08-2013 18:02:49

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 Re: About danged time he went to jail in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-08-2013 17:40:49  
Idaho state police here picked up a couple of south of the border types a couple of weeks ago, pulled them over for erratic driving and ended up taking 52 pounds of meth and 27 pounds of coke off the market.

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04-09-2013 08:25:26

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 Re: About danged time he went to jail in reply to Handyman, 04-08-2013 18:02:49  
and then crooked cops make it slowly dissapear from the evidence room

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