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That is all.
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Deathy, you're like a less-annoying version of the guy who keeps posting rape stories and jacking off to them not answering anyone that accuses him of being a pedophile.
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Deathy, you're like a less-annoying version of the guy who keeps posting rape stories and jacking off to them not answering anyone that accuses him of being a pedophile.


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#11
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A man who drank six bottles of hand sanitiser while being treated in hospital for alcoholism has sparked calls for the antibacterial gels to be better secured.

NO. This is BULLSHIT. People who are stupid enough to drink hand sanitiser deserve to die. Seriously. Law systems are full of these freaking stupid regulations because people are obviously so keen on removing themselves from the gene pool.
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NO. This is BULLSHIT. People who are stupid enough to drink hand sanitiser deserve to die. Seriously. Law systems are full of these freaking stupid regulations because people are obviously so keen on removing themselves from the gene pool.


Alcoholism is a disease.... You should have more empathy. If your father had it and passed it on to you, you would want people to support you instead of saying, "What a ****ing dumbass, he deserves to die!"
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what about his vitamin K?!
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Alcoholism is a disease.... You should have more empathy. If your father had it and passed it on to you, you would want people to support you instead of saying, "What a ****ing dumbass, he deserves to die!"

You know, he could have still bought alcohol anyway, it's just more expensive, you don't solve drug addiction by banning products and making life more difficult for the majority of people who either want to drink some beer or in this case, buy hand sanitiser...

Should we regulate old spice too?

edit: and if someone wants to drink a lot / smoke a lot / do any drugs then they should be allowed to on the basis of civil liberties. Prohibition doesn't work anyway, and that's been proven so i always say that when people disagree with the first bit, but the first bit is by far a more important argument, the state has no right to tell you what you can and can't do with your own body.
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Alcoholism is a disease.... You should have more empathy. If your father had it and passed it on to you, you would want people to support you instead of saying, "What a ****ing dumbass, he deserves to die!"

Okay, maybe I was a little harsh with the deserving to die bit - I take that back. But laws controlling the accessibility of such products being enacted because of idiots like this are simply retarded.
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You know, he could have still bought alcohol anyway, it's just more expensive, you don't solve drug addiction by banning products and making life more difficult for the majority of people who either want to drink some beer or in this case, buy hand sanitiser...

Should we regulate old spice too?

edit: and if someone wants to drink a lot / smoke a lot / do any drugs then they should be allowed to on the basis of civil liberties. Prohibition doesn't work anyway, and that's been proven so i always say that when people disagree with the first bit, but the first bit is by far a more important argument, the state has no right to tell you what you can and can't do with your own body.


I agree with you. That's not the issue. The issue is making sure patients being treated for alcoholism can't take the sanitizer bottles of the wall and derail their treatment.
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Okay, maybe I was a little harsh with the deserving to die bit - I take that back. But laws controlling the accessibility of such products being enacted because of idiots like this are simply retarded.


As far as I read, the article was about making sure that the hand sanitizer bottles are bolted to the wall and can't be taken off.
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Deathy, you're like a less-annoying version of the guy who keeps posting rape stories and jacking off to them not answering anyone that accuses him of being a pedophile.

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Quote by trueamerican
Alcoholism is a disease.... You should have more empathy. If your father had it and passed it on to you, you would want people to support you instead of saying, "What a ****ing dumbass, he deserves to die!"


Protip: Stop drinking. Ta-da.
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Protip: Stop drinking. Ta-da.


Holy shit, breakthrough treatment right there, you should go tell that to the junkies and smackheads too. I mean addiction doesn't really mean anything right?
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#24
Only in australia...
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Holy shit, breakthrough treatment right there, you should go tell that to the junkies and smackheads too. I mean addiction doesn't really mean anything right?

Yeah, pretty much, I've never had any trouble quitting any addiction. Having a will goes a long way.
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Must've ran out of Fosters.
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Honestly, people don't even drink that shit down here. Only, ironically, Americans and the British drink it on holiday, because they're convinced it's 'Australia's beer'. And they usually end up severely disappointed. Because it's a shitty beer.
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Honestly, people don't even drink that shit down here. Only, ironically, Americans and the British drink it on holiday, because they're convinced it's 'Australia's beer'. And they usually end up severely disappointed. Because it's a shitty beer.


I remember when a shop in Sheffield had an unofficial poster advertising Fosters with the bold statement that it was "Australian for piss".
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Quote by 'Leviathan'
Honestly, people don't even drink that shit down here. Only, ironically, Americans and the British drink it on holiday, because they're convinced it's 'Australia's beer'. And they usually end up severely disappointed. Because it's a shitty beer.


I'm sure most people know that Fosters is Australia's piss water beer.

On topic, I drank hand sanitiser once. It's a terrible idea.
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Some people drink to drown their sorrows, some for the fun of it...


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No it's not.


Yes it is. Not only is addiction in itself a disease, but alcoholism itself is. There is more and more evidence accumulating that shows that there it can be genetic.
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Genetic correlation and cause are not the same thing. I'm all for investigating links to better addiction treatment, but as someone that's endured alcoholic family members, most of the people that refer to alcoholism as a "disease" in of itself sound like they're attempting to wave responsibility from the addicts. Addictions are definitely serious mental disorders and I don't mean to undermine their severity, but it rubs me the wrong way when people make it sound like there isn't a strong element of personal willpower and choice involved.
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Honestly, people don't even drink that shit down here. Only, ironically, Americans and the British drink it on holiday, because they're convinced it's 'Australia's beer'. And they usually end up severely disappointed. Because it's a shitty beer.


Skippy Piss.

But everywhere over here sells it, so you get used to it. It's better than the american "beers" that are sometimes on tap.
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Genetic correlation and cause are not the same thing. I'm all for investigating links to better addiction treatment, but as someone that's endured alcoholic family members, most of the people that refer to alcoholism as a "disease" in of itself sound like they're attempting to wave responsibility from the addicts. Addictions are definitely serious mental disorders and I don't mean to undermine their severity, but it rubs me the wrong way when people make it sound like there isn't a strong element of personal willpower and choice involved.


Strong personal willpower with very little control over it.
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