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Old 09-23-2011, 01:42 PM   #16
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Why didn't they arrest the bengals player? Unless it wasn't his weed and one of the people living with him was running the operation.
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Old 09-23-2011, 03:00 PM   #17
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No question it was really stupid but is weed really considered a drug anymore? lol.
If we legalize it and tax it, we will get out of this economic mess in no time. Just saying.
Considering alcohol is legal and more people die directly from alcohol related deaths (drunk driving) than all illegal drug use combined, not sure why weed is illegal.
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Old 09-23-2011, 04:09 PM   #18
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Its my fault all. Sent it to the wrong address
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Old 09-23-2011, 04:13 PM   #19
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Years ago when I worked for the Panthers we played the Bungles and they were a nightmare to work with. There was nothing "Advance" about their advance team. They never had their equipment at the stadium on time and in general were unprofessional. Makes sense why their team never can get its shit together. If management can't how do you expect your team to.
Considering the owner fostered a culture of "cheapness" and neglect towards the team itself, I can see why the Bungles are such a bitch organization.
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Old 09-23-2011, 04:40 PM   #20
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If we legalize it and tax it, we will get out of this economic mess in no time. Just saying.
Considering alcohol is legal and more people die directly from alcohol related deaths (drunk driving) than all illegal drug use combined, not sure why weed is illegal.
And the reason why we hear more about alcohol related deaths/accidents is because they test for alcohol, they don't test for marijuana use. I had a co-worker who was hit head on by someone who was obviously high on pot (the police officer knew it - this guy was well known in the community for being a big pot head) but tested clean for any use of alcohol.

I wouldn't have a problem with legalizing marijuana as long as people realize you're not going to be free to fire one up while on your smoke break or while you're operating a motor vehicle.
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If we legalize it and tax it, we will get out of this economic mess in no time. Just saying.
Considering alcohol is legal and more people die directly from alcohol related deaths (drunk driving) than all illegal drug use combined, not sure why weed is illegal.
Well put. Excellent argument.


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I wonder if Simpson's defense will be "Well it should be legal" he can be the NFL's first "Political Prisoner" suspension.
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And the reason why we hear more about alcohol related deaths/accidents is because they test for alcohol, they don't test for marijuana use. I had a co-worker who was hit head on by someone who was obviously high on pot (the police officer knew it - this guy was well known in the community for being a big pot head) but tested clean for any use of alcohol.

I wouldn't have a problem with legalizing marijuana as long as people realize you're not going to be free to fire one up while on your smoke break or while you're operating a motor vehicle.
Yeah I think it's common sense that if it were legalized, as with any drug you wouldn't be allowed to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence.

You sure about the testing? A simple blood test can show if it's in your system, and in most states they don't even need to go that far to charge you with a DUI.
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Why didn't they arrest the bengals player? Unless it wasn't his weed and one of the people living with him was running the operation.
Everyone knows that when you receive drugs in the mail, it shouldn't be addressed to you, and you don't open it right away. Let it sit for a day or two. If the feds bust in asking about a package, you say, "Oh yeah, here it is. I don't know this person. I was going to return it to the carrier, but I haven't gotten around to it yet." Easy peasy.
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:21 PM   #27
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This thread is why I appreciate having Danny as our owner. Sure he tried to buy a team, but at least he isn't cheap.
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:27 PM   #28
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Everyone knows that when you receive drugs in the mail, it shouldn't be addressed to you, and you don't open it right away. Let it sit for a day or two. If the feds bust in asking about a package, you say, "Oh yeah, here it is. I don't know this person. I was going to return it to the carrier, but I haven't gotten around to it yet." Easy peasy.
Yeah but didn't they find other weed in the house? Was that weed not theirs either?
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