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Apple Talk / Re: PBS: Brought to you by...
« on: November 19, 2009, 02:32:35 am »
monsanto = GM
anti GM = hippies
hippie's favorite tv station = pbs
pbs brought to you by = Monsanto
= LOL HIPPIES OWNED.



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Apple Talk / Re: PBS: Brought to you by...
« on: November 19, 2009, 12:52:44 am »
monsanto has a bunch of evil shit that they do....
this thread has links to info on some of their evil doings
http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=21791.30  did anything ever come of this??

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Apple Talk / Re: NIGEL IS DRUNK
« on: November 19, 2009, 12:46:34 am »
hxxp://www.warpmymind.com/modules.php?name=Files&file=index&op=PlayFile&ftype=1&fid=37        hypnotic help from a fetish site good luck
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  hypnotic mp3 - makes you orgasm whenever someone says the trigger which is "orgasm now" said in a strong voice or touches your elbow and says "NOW." The orgasm it causes will be uncontrollable.
  if this sort of thing really works you could make the trigger anything you want.....
 the word "and" might be a bit inconvenient  though  :lulz:

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Apple Talk / Re: NIGEL IS DRUNK
« on: November 18, 2009, 10:42:00 pm »
hxxp://www.warpmymind.com/modules.php?name=Files&file=index&op=PlayFile&ftype=1&fid=37        hypnotic help from a fetish site good luck

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the biggest point of contention so far seem to be if and by how much kids are protected by prohibition laws, and if the amount of protection they provide for kids out-ways the amount of harm that is done to others by prohibition..


(if this attempt to sum it up is leading or wrong my apology he can certainly correct me if i am wrong)

and he can and does speak for him self i am saying how i see his argument

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if i am following the RWHN argument correctly, your liberty as an adult to smoke weed in the same manor and conditions as alcohol must be sacrificed for the safety of the children...

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Apple Talk / Re: THE WAR ON GERMS
« on: November 18, 2009, 05:31:10 pm »
i can vouch for the anti ox i recommended being helpful to head off the sick. i was getting laid out 3 or 4 times a year, now i take it if i am suffering from exhaustion worn down, getting allergy's or feel the sick scratching the back of my throat, i don't catch stuff anywhere near as often now..  

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Apple Talk / Re: THE WAR ON GERMS
« on: November 18, 2009, 05:15:55 pm »
WAIT JUST A COTTON PICKIN MINUTE!

is that the evil midnight bomber what bombs at midnight???
"You'll never prove a thing copper, I'm just a part time electrician. I... I... I... BAD IS GOOD, BABY! DOWN WITH GOVERNMENT!"

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well done Dr rat .... thanks for looking all that up for us.... :fap:

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Oh yeah, I forgot all about the fact that I was denied financial aid for college because of a pot conviction. After I had already gone through all the hoops and gotten a class schedule, even. They told me the day before classes started that I was shit outta luck.

"Sorry, son, having a pot conviction means we shouldn't help you try to better your life and become a more productive citizen who doesn't have to sell drugs to pay rent and buy food."

WTF? Who thinks that's a productive policy?

according to the math, your not getting aid to get into collage and subsequent "becoming a dealer" to pay rent and make ends meet (and all those with similar stories including being tossed in jail) did less harm to real people with real lives and less harm to society than the 3% or so increase in pot smoking does by effecting availability for kids, even though kids can score any where any time they want already.... sorry RCH

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Apple Talk / Re: THE WAR ON GERMS
« on: November 18, 2009, 06:02:17 am »
this stuff does a real good job  "allergy research anti ox"


full of good stuff that works

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Apple Talk / Re: Richter, are you ready for The Finals™?
« on: November 17, 2009, 11:12:48 pm »
the finals are not a survivalist trip in the hills - unless they are.
the finals are not a minimum wage job in a spirit destroying job - for some people
the finals are not a mind numbing show you watch on your TV set - unless you are watching with an alert mind
the finals are not some shiny material possession that you must have - but some shiny material possessions will be invaluable to those in the finals
the finals are not about getting caught on your heals - they are about being on your toes
the finals are not about what you are looking for - they are about what you see and how quick you see it
the finals are not about scraps of paper with values assigned to them - the finals are about what has real value and assigning it correctly
the finals are not going to tell you what to do or how to behave - you should know by now
the finals are not what the majority are willing to put up with - they are what you wont put up with anymore
the finals are not tomorrow - they are right now

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So at this point I've probably pigeonholed myself into the Unfunny Punning Killjoy.  Right?  

Not by me.

I think you give a fuck, and I like that.
ditto
      i even "gack gag choke" like a pun some times

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i just don't see how increased access for kids = large enough harm or insurmountable problem so large that it somehow outweighs the harm expense and injustice done by prohibition..

Maybe if you could sit here tonite, instead of me, and listen to one of these kids talk about how their brother became a completely different person after he started smoking pot, maybe you'd have a different view.  Maybe if you could sit here tonite, instead of me, and listen to another kid talk about how her Dad completely tuned out after he started smoking and doing drugs.  Maybe, then, you'd at least have more of a window into why increasing access to pot, or any drug, is a bad, bad idea.  These are real people  Real kids whose lives are being turned inside out.  The adults you are all so concerned about had a chance to have a childhood.  And you guys want to accept some casualties so adults can light up?  Really?  Is it that fucking important???  People have choices to make.  They know what laws are there.  If it is THAT important to smoke, if it is THAT important to sell, then they know what consequences await them.  A 14 year old kid doesn't have that decision making capacity.  But fuck, we need to make sure the adults get to have their jollies, unimpeded.  Fuck a few kids!  What the fuck does that matter, right?
i don't smoke i wont benefit and i don't care about dam hippies and their every body must get stoned attitudes .. the people that get their doors kicked in in the middle of the night, the people that have property confiscated, the people thrown in jail, the corruption it breeds the harms and expense caused by prohibition happens to real people with real lives too..... giving up liberty for the safety of the children and ending up with neither is what we have got now "why does that idea sound familiar?"
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rwhn and others in the field would have more money to work with harder laws/penalty's to use against adults selling to kids, the extra resources to fight the increase in access should make the job easier not harder , it just doesn't make math sense.... i still think the benefits of legalization far out way the harm and i haven't seen anything in the debate to sway that impression..

How the fuck would we have more money?  The government would have more money, but that doesn't mean it's coming to us.  My state gets money from the racino to fund gambling treatment.  Guess what, the State is taking that money for something else.  Legalization will NOT get us more money.  It's just more money to go somewhere else.  
if legislation is done right it would be..
i don't have much faith in government, it would need to be fought for but giving funds formerly used to prosecute a harmless pot head to someone doing drug use prevention for kids, makes more sense than prosecuting the pot head which doesn't have any benefit to anyone


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i just don't see how increased access for kids = large enough harm or insurmountable problem so large that it somehow outweighs the harm expense and injustice done by prohibition..

rwhn and others in the field would have more money to work with harder laws/penalty's to use against adults selling to kids, the extra resources to fight the increase in access should make the job easier not harder , it just doesn't make math sense.... i still think the benefits of legalization far out way the harm and i haven't seen anything in the debate to sway that impression..

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