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Yes yes it does, speaking of which, I lost my copy.
1. Who is "they"? I have a feeling that the millions of Americans you are speaking of probably would stop their use under different thresholds.
2. On an unrelated note, the answer is DEFINITELY no. Why? Because these threats are real. Their source is a manufactured black market. Certain drugs fund certain wars that have side effects like famine and disease. Look at Central and South America. Contrary to my third premise, this is something that legislation can actually help. The crisis in South America is indirectly the fault of American and European cocaine users, but is DIRECTLY caused by the United States drug policy. Regulation can obviously end this. (Don't tell me it couldn't on this issue. Street cocaine only contains about 30 percent of what is actually cocaine. Users would obviously pick the industrialized and regulated option.)
3. What does this control come from? Not the government. Legal or not, people still fall under the situation you speak of. Repeated drug use comes from positive reinforcement that can lead to habits. I don't see where legislation fits into human nature, here.
4. Obviously continued usage in some people. This still lacks relevance to the war on drugs. If you are speaking of the legal threats against drug users, then forget it. Current laws make it easy to get into the drug culture. (It's easy money to deal drugs, even easier to find them.) There will ALWAYS be people hooked on drugs unless there is a significant shift in the way our culture views them. I speak for a shift towards a more informed and moderate culture. I don't think you can get every drug user to stop doing drugs. (You can't.) I do support an end to the American "more is better" mentality and the complete ignorance surrounding drugs. Combine this with regulated and pure drugs and you have a better situation than we have now. (And I am yet to see a better solution. This is a lesser of two evils kind of thing, I don't see an extreme solution ever working because it won't.)
Well, if you don't take the bible literally, how are you supposed to know what is or isn't metaphorical? That's one of the reasons I don't accept the bible. There's just too much you have to accept.
Oi, I've read some horrible, horrible translations of poetry.
So do you think then that most of what is wrong with the religions is false translations of passages?
Because it'd create a chilled atmosphere, duuuude.
No jukebox in my local pub, as far as I know. Just live music
The jubebox in my local pub only has Smells Like Teen Spirit
It always come back to the hair...
^ Nice avatar by the way, is that Hunter?
Do you mean pumpkins cds if so i have no idea but i've got most of 'em excluding the rare releases and stuff. If you mean just cds in general i've got around 100-120 i would have more but i have a costly vinyl obsession
It doesn't make sense for it to be allegorical.
Heres a first aid book with tons of figurative language, follow it or suffer the consequences.
I reckon that'd be great to hear if you could record it.
yeah but that was meant to be interpreted allegorically etc
When are people going to realize that the only true bad genre is nu-metal. Except Mudvayne.. LD 50 was cool.
How this relates to Nirvana is that I had to take the Sliver compilation off there - and I wanted to listen to Old Age.. =/
started drinkin last year when i was 14. it hasn't changed my personality at all. excepting, of course, when i'm drunk. which has been a lot lately. i been smoking a lot of the ganj lately too. i don't see anything wrong with it and most of my friends drink so they don't care.
Wasn't the bible written to be interpreted allegorically or even metaphorically?
You do understand this is talking shit about science and people (atheists) who think like Dawkins right? That whole episode is how if religion were obliterated, science would in essence become the new religion, but people would compete over whose science is the true science. This is what happens in religion, and the same will happen to science if that were to happen. That's why they say sciencedamn you United Atheist Alliance, instead of God damn, or science be praised instead of God. Basically it proves my point that most that atheists hold beliefs on science without any substantial proof yet they don't reject it the way they reject God. its contradictory..
sodomy is in the bum, and most guys haven't thought that far ahead when they're taking a quick peek at a girl. also, sometimes i've done it subconsciously, but I try not to look. So at least I'm trying.
ya.... and its such a perfect time too. Im going down the stairs above her (and im tall anyway) you couldnt ask for a better time. But i make eye contact before i look so i dont get caught really easy and she's always glaring.