Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

Cops uncover £80k of cannabis plants in Laindon drugs bust

First published in Echo News by , Reporter

POLICE discovered £80,000 of cannabis plants during a drugs raid in Laindon.

Plain-clothed police officers smashed down the front door of the house in Somercotes following a tip-off.

They found two rooms had been converted in to a drugs den containing about 100 plants.

There was powerful lighting and a watering system to help the cannabis grow. Officers also discovered a small amount of amphetamine.

Dealers had bypassed the home’s electricity meter and siphoned off about £2,700 of illegal electricity.

The meter was made safe by the authorities, but the home was left without power.

All equipment and drugs paraphernalia was removed from the house and destroyed.

The housing company has been informed of damage to the property caused by the set up.

Sgt Ben Woollard, who led the team which carried out the raid, said: “Information from the community led police to the address. The public are urged to call Crimestoppers or 101 to report suspected criminal activity.”

A 34-year old woman from Basildon and a 34 year old man from Brentwood have been arrested on suspicion of producing cannabis and extracting electricity.

They have been bailed until April 10.

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11:19am Tue 18 Feb 14

Nebs says...

Just say NO to illegal drugs.
Just say NO to illegal drugs. Nebs
  • Score: 8

11:41am Tue 18 Feb 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

Fantastic job yet again
Fantastic job yet again You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat
  • Score: 0

11:51am Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

make landlords responsible for the actions of their tenants
make landlords responsible for the actions of their tenants profondo asbo
  • Score: -4

11:53am Tue 18 Feb 14

ismith122 says...

More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis.........
More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis......... ismith122
  • Score: 10

11:55am Tue 18 Feb 14

DJ HAZE says...

Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own DJ HAZE
  • Score: -3

11:58am Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

ismith122 wrote:
More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis.........
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me untruth
[quote][p][bold]ismith122[/bold] wrote: More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis.........[/p][/quote]our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me untruth profondo asbo
  • Score: 9

12:00pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
it woz the locals wot repoortid it
[quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]it woz the locals wot repoortid it profondo asbo
  • Score: 18

12:01pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

ismith122 wrote:
More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis.........
you actually pay tax....get away?!
[quote][p][bold]ismith122[/bold] wrote: More taxpayers money wasted.....Legalize Cannabis.........[/p][/quote]you actually pay tax....get away?! profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

12:39pm Tue 18 Feb 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

Funny how scum grass scum, was it for deal in the bargain basement of crime ?
Funny how scum grass scum, was it for deal in the bargain basement of crime ? You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat
  • Score: -5

12:51pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Kim Gandy says...

DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
[quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -5

1:02pm Tue 18 Feb 14

reg reg says...

the new trend is to find another (gangs) drug den then blast the doors and windows out with a shotgun thus ensuring that the police turn up find the rivals drugs, put them out of business that way, which by the way does not constitute (grassing ) apparently, as you did not phone the old bill ?
cannabis funds other criminal activity they regard it as a an easy way to get entrance fees to the bigger game bread and butter money to fund buying say kilos of snotty nose to cook into crack ( that's the real money)
scum bags the lot of them
no honour no pride no loyalties & as they say
just a hoe to the doe.
the new trend is to find another (gangs) drug den then blast the doors and windows out with a shotgun thus ensuring that the police turn up find the rivals drugs, put them out of business that way, which by the way does not constitute (grassing ) apparently, as you did not phone the old bill ? cannabis funds other criminal activity they regard it as a an easy way to get entrance fees to the bigger game bread and butter money to fund buying say kilos of snotty nose to cook into crack ( that's the real money) scum bags the lot of them no honour no pride no loyalties & as they say just a hoe to the doe. reg reg
  • Score: -6

1:05pm Tue 18 Feb 14

GTA Essex says...

Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.
Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place. GTA Essex
  • Score: -14

1:13pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Kim Gandy says...

GTA Essex wrote:
Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.
Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD.

Get real
[quote][p][bold]GTA Essex[/bold] wrote: Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.[/p][/quote]Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD. Get real Kim Gandy
  • Score: 1

1:46pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Ed Woods says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
GTA Essex wrote:
Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.
Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD.

Get real
And we don't have this now?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GTA Essex[/bold] wrote: Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.[/p][/quote]Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD. Get real[/p][/quote]And we don't have this now? Ed Woods
  • Score: 8

1:57pm Tue 18 Feb 14

GTA Essex says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
GTA Essex wrote:
Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.
Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD.

Get real
So not much change to what we've got now then.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GTA Essex[/bold] wrote: Legalise all drugs. The world will be a more peaceful place.[/p][/quote]Wrong, it will be full of psychos with all sorts of health problems - accidents caused by people under the influence, deaths from OD. Get real[/p][/quote]So not much change to what we've got now then. GTA Essex
  • Score: -28

3:29pm Tue 18 Feb 14

CVF420 says...

The sooner cannabis is legally regulated the better. Our current system of prohibition has been an expensive, indefensible failure. Under a legal scheme, thousands of taxable jobs would be created, helping to massively boost our economy. It would also allow our police and court systems to focus on real crime, such as murder and assault.

Cannabis Volunteer Force (CVF)
CVF Media Team
facebook.com/cvf420
The sooner cannabis is legally regulated the better. Our current system of prohibition has been an expensive, indefensible failure. Under a legal scheme, thousands of taxable jobs would be created, helping to massively boost our economy. It would also allow our police and court systems to focus on real crime, such as murder and assault. Cannabis Volunteer Force (CVF) CVF Media Team facebook.com/cvf420 CVF420
  • Score: 5

3:53pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours. ThisYear
  • Score: 15

4:05pm Tue 18 Feb 14

angryofessex says...

The prohibition against cannabis has indeed been a failure. The main problem is so called Skunk, force grown on a comical basis, mainly by Vietnamese gangsters and their slaves. Some people might remember the real stuff from Pakistan / Afghanistan, totally different. If it was legalised it could provide a legitimate crop in place of poppy, which is the real problem. The main lobbyists against cannabis in the seventies were the breweries, who saw it as a threat to their profits and it seems we have not moved on since then. The police should concentrate on Heroin abuse, a cause of much suffering in society.
The prohibition against cannabis has indeed been a failure. The main problem is so called Skunk, force grown on a comical basis, mainly by Vietnamese gangsters and their slaves. Some people might remember the real stuff from Pakistan / Afghanistan, totally different. If it was legalised it could provide a legitimate crop in place of poppy, which is the real problem. The main lobbyists against cannabis in the seventies were the breweries, who saw it as a threat to their profits and it seems we have not moved on since then. The police should concentrate on Heroin abuse, a cause of much suffering in society. angryofessex
  • Score: 2

4:26pm Tue 18 Feb 14

J Arthur Rank says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have!
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.[/p][/quote]Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have! J Arthur Rank
  • Score: 1

4:40pm Tue 18 Feb 14

MitchLive says...

Laindon = dump.
Laindon = dump. MitchLive
  • Score: 0

4:42pm Tue 18 Feb 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
You'll have to forgive EDL Gandy, she always oh so RIGHT
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.[/p][/quote]You'll have to forgive EDL Gandy, she always oh so RIGHT You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat
  • Score: 6

4:55pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

J Arthur Rank wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have!
If you agree with me then I must be wrong...

You own contribution is the same standard as per usual.

Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are...
[quote][p][bold]J Arthur Rank[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.[/p][/quote]Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have![/p][/quote]If you agree with me then I must be wrong... You own contribution is the same standard as per usual. Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are... ThisYear
  • Score: -5

5:01pm Tue 18 Feb 14

the25man says...

Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight.
Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight. the25man
  • Score: 0

5:17pm Tue 18 Feb 14

angryofessex says...

the25man wrote:
Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight.
Let’s shut all the pubs then.
[quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight.[/p][/quote]Let’s shut all the pubs then. angryofessex
  • Score: 0

5:20pm Tue 18 Feb 14

cscrewscrew says...

Alcohol kills. Weed chills.
Alcohol kills. Weed chills. cscrewscrew
  • Score: -5

5:37pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

CVF420 wrote:
The sooner cannabis is legally regulated the better. Our current system of prohibition has been an expensive, indefensible failure. Under a legal scheme, thousands of taxable jobs would be created, helping to massively boost our economy. It would also allow our police and court systems to focus on real crime, such as murder and assault.

Cannabis Volunteer Force (CVF)
CVF Media Team
facebook.com/cvf420
i prefer the UVF to the CVF.... anyone for a kneecapping?
[quote][p][bold]CVF420[/bold] wrote: The sooner cannabis is legally regulated the better. Our current system of prohibition has been an expensive, indefensible failure. Under a legal scheme, thousands of taxable jobs would be created, helping to massively boost our economy. It would also allow our police and court systems to focus on real crime, such as murder and assault. Cannabis Volunteer Force (CVF) CVF Media Team facebook.com/cvf420[/p][/quote]i prefer the UVF to the CVF.... anyone for a kneecapping? profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

5:38pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

cscrewscrew wrote:
Alcohol kills. Weed chills.
alcohol for boozers. weed for losers
[quote][p][bold]cscrewscrew[/bold] wrote: Alcohol kills. Weed chills.[/p][/quote]alcohol for boozers. weed for losers profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

5:39pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

angryofessex wrote:
the25man wrote:
Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight.
Let’s shut all the pubs then.
fine. who goes to pubs these days anyway?
[quote][p][bold]angryofessex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: Those people that need cannabis in there life can't have much of a life. Why do they need something to make themselves feel good. I feel sorry for them and don't mind tax payers money being spent to rid us of this blight.[/p][/quote]Let’s shut all the pubs then.[/p][/quote]fine. who goes to pubs these days anyway? profondo asbo
  • Score: 10

5:48pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

angryofessex wrote:
The prohibition against cannabis has indeed been a failure. The main problem is so called Skunk, force grown on a comical basis, mainly by Vietnamese gangsters and their slaves. Some people might remember the real stuff from Pakistan / Afghanistan, totally different. If it was legalised it could provide a legitimate crop in place of poppy, which is the real problem. The main lobbyists against cannabis in the seventies were the breweries, who saw it as a threat to their profits and it seems we have not moved on since then. The police should concentrate on Heroin abuse, a cause of much suffering in society.
problem is - it's not legitimate. nor will it ever be legitimate. haven't you heard - cannabis kills?

http://www.bournemou
thecho.co.uk/news/10
986697.Popular_night
club_manager_Paul_Ke
nyon_overdosed_on_ca
nnabis_before_dying_
of_carbon_monoxide_p
oisoning__inquest_he
ars/

http://www.telegraph
.co.uk/news/uknews/l
aw-and-order/1060693
2/Mother-thought-to-
be-first-woman-in-Br
itain-to-die-from-ca
nnabis-poisoning.htm
l
[quote][p][bold]angryofessex[/bold] wrote: The prohibition against cannabis has indeed been a failure. The main problem is so called Skunk, force grown on a comical basis, mainly by Vietnamese gangsters and their slaves. Some people might remember the real stuff from Pakistan / Afghanistan, totally different. If it was legalised it could provide a legitimate crop in place of poppy, which is the real problem. The main lobbyists against cannabis in the seventies were the breweries, who saw it as a threat to their profits and it seems we have not moved on since then. The police should concentrate on Heroin abuse, a cause of much suffering in society.[/p][/quote]problem is - it's not legitimate. nor will it ever be legitimate. haven't you heard - cannabis kills? http://www.bournemou thecho.co.uk/news/10 986697.Popular_night club_manager_Paul_Ke nyon_overdosed_on_ca nnabis_before_dying_ of_carbon_monoxide_p oisoning__inquest_he ars/ http://www.telegraph .co.uk/news/uknews/l aw-and-order/1060693 2/Mother-thought-to- be-first-woman-in-Br itain-to-die-from-ca nnabis-poisoning.htm l profondo asbo
  • Score: 14

5:54pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

or

http://www.dailyecho
.co.uk/news/10732162
.Motorway_plunge_vic
tim_was_high_on_cann
abis/?ref=rss
or http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/10732162 .Motorway_plunge_vic tim_was_high_on_cann abis/?ref=rss profondo asbo
  • Score: 8

5:55pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Bolloximian says...

I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed. Bolloximian
  • Score: -7

6:00pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

Bolloximian wrote:
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.
[quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.[/p][/quote]all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence. profondo asbo
  • Score: 44

6:10pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Bolloximian says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Bolloximian wrote:
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.
Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.[/p][/quote]all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.[/p][/quote]Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ? Bolloximian
  • Score: 0

6:14pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Druggie Scumbag says...

ThisYear wrote:
J Arthur Rank wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have!
If you agree with me then I must be wrong...

You own contribution is the same standard as per usual.

Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are...
You are indeed a Mugwump of the highest order.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J Arthur Rank[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.[/p][/quote]Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have![/p][/quote]If you agree with me then I must be wrong... You own contribution is the same standard as per usual. Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are...[/p][/quote]You are indeed a Mugwump of the highest order. Druggie Scumbag
  • Score: -22

6:16pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

Bolloximian wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Bolloximian wrote:
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.
Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ?
you tell me?
[quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.[/p][/quote]all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.[/p][/quote]Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ?[/p][/quote]you tell me? profondo asbo
  • Score: 7

6:33pm Tue 18 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it. RochfordRob
  • Score: 2

6:38pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Bolloximian says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Bolloximian wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Bolloximian wrote:
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.
Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ?
you tell me?
I suppose it must do, otherwise there would be no need to prohibit it.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.[/p][/quote]all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.[/p][/quote]Sounds like pretty good stuff then. Does it work ?[/p][/quote]you tell me?[/p][/quote]I suppose it must do, otherwise there would be no need to prohibit it. Bolloximian
  • Score: 1

6:49pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Right here goes...i see the usual posts from supporters of prohibition, incarceration and mindless ideology that cannot accept the war on drugs is lost(save one the fake doctor who follows me around, he will comment inanely in a few minutes)..these relics have had their say for 40 years; time for those more enlightened to have their say....it really isnt worth responding to the colossus intellect of nebs or mr asbo or the other intellectuals....any
way
Right here goes...i see the usual posts from supporters of prohibition, incarceration and mindless ideology that cannot accept the war on drugs is lost(save one the fake doctor who follows me around, he will comment inanely in a few minutes)..these relics have had their say for 40 years; time for those more enlightened to have their say....it really isnt worth responding to the colossus intellect of nebs or mr asbo or the other intellectuals....any way sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

6:50pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates. sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

6:59pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Nebs says...

sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs. Nebs
  • Score: 3

7:04pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol... sensiblelos
  • Score: -1

7:08pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Bolloximian says...

Nebs wrote:
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
Seems to me that there is a strong case for saying no to the illegalisation of cannabis.
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]Seems to me that there is a strong case for saying no to the illegalisation of cannabis. Bolloximian
  • Score: -7

7:10pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Bolloximian wrote:
I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.
all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.
Brother can you spare a reincarnation?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bolloximian[/bold] wrote: I was told they were growing medical marijuana, the stuff you can smoke. I thought that was allowed.[/p][/quote]all cannabis use (dependancy) is "medicinal" don't you know. it's all about managing the pain of a sorry existence.[/p][/quote]Brother can you spare a reincarnation? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

7:14pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
J Arthur Rank wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
DJ HAZE wrote:
Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds
Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own
Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.
Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you?

Is that not the height of arrogance?

Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.
Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have!
If you agree with me then I must be wrong...

You own contribution is the same standard as per usual.

Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are...
You are indeed a Mugwump of the highest order.
Im apolitical..but thank you for the compliment..
[quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J Arthur Rank[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJ HAZE[/bold] wrote: Nice pictires feel sorry for the locals who will not be able to get there meds Now that the filth av stole it, go grow your own[/p][/quote]Sorry, can we have that again - in English this time.[/p][/quote]Kim, are you seriously trying to shame a poster into restricting his/her contribution to the thread because their grasp of English might not be as good as yours? Or their grammar, spelling and/or punctuation not to a standard that suits you? Is that not the height of arrogance? Pipe down and let people post to their own capabilities and not yours.[/p][/quote]Possibly for the first time ever I agree with you, TY. Unusually your own contribution is well written, have you been back to school? Good on you if you have![/p][/quote]If you agree with me then I must be wrong... You own contribution is the same standard as per usual. Your question about 'back to school' is totally idiotic and so there will be no answer.. but I support your right to be as stupid as you are...[/p][/quote]You are indeed a Mugwump of the highest order.[/p][/quote]Im apolitical..but thank you for the compliment.. ThisYear
  • Score: 0

7:25pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion. ThisYear
  • Score: -3

7:28pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
look what crawled out from underneath the rock. our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me senseless loser
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]look what crawled out from underneath the rock. our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me senseless loser profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

7:30pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.[/p][/quote]obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever? profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

7:33pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable... ThisYear
  • Score: -1

7:34pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

the usual array of sad dependants reverse engineering rationales for their illegitmate addictions...
the usual array of sad dependants reverse engineering rationales for their illegitmate addictions... profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

7:37pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?
Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.[/p][/quote]obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?[/p][/quote]Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee. ThisYear
  • Score: -2

7:47pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?
Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.
U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol
President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates

not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement....
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.[/p][/quote]obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?[/p][/quote]Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.[/p][/quote]U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement.... sensiblelos
  • Score: -1

7:52pm Tue 18 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?
Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.
U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol
President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates

not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement....
everyone in the US has a price (which is not normally very high ironically). the political lobbying system in the US stinks (also ironic).
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.[/p][/quote]obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?[/p][/quote]Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.[/p][/quote]U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement....[/p][/quote]everyone in the US has a price (which is not normally very high ironically). the political lobbying system in the US stinks (also ironic). profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

7:52pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact.

FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.
Just say NO to illegal drugs.
There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...
Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.
obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?
Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.
U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol
President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates

not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement....
All weed heads no doubt or in the pay of drug cartels...ie CIA
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT- The President of the richest country of the world the U S of A has said "marijuana is no more dangerous than Alcohol" the fact is Marijuana is not only safer than Alcohol its one of the safest drugs known to man its a proven fact. FACT- Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating and possessing cannabis, declaring it "illegitimate". and in January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that overcrowding in Italy's jails violates the basic rights of inmates.[/p][/quote]Just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]There are those that continue to oppose decriminalization , those hypocritical cigarette smokers and Alcohol drinkers these are the people that cause more harm to themselves and society at a cost of billions to the tax payer. what those people should do is concentrate their efforts on what kills and causes the most harm in society you know those LEGAL drugs , As Mr obama has said MJ is no more harmful than Alcohol; the UK law should reflect that position, Cannabis consumers are not criminals, no more than those who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol...[/p][/quote]Obama is the biggest danger to the world...so his opinion on weed must be treated with suspicion.[/p][/quote]obama - has there been a more misguided, poor performing president since carter... actually scrap that has there been a worse president ever?[/p][/quote]Perhaps when he is gone they will close the file on him for a few hundred years and then deny he ever existed...KGB stylee.[/p][/quote]U.S. deputy drug czar says pot is less dangerous than alcohol President Obama's recent statements already have emboldened marijuana advocates not just obama but many many many professors, doctors etc confirm his statement....[/p][/quote]All weed heads no doubt or in the pay of drug cartels...ie CIA ThisYear
  • Score: 1

9:34pm Tue 18 Feb 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

Cannabis is illegal, rant all you like sensibillicos, the growers will do time, lose their home and a proceed of crime act will see any possessions taken away.
You will be ranting in your misguided dreams of this evil drug.
Cannabis is illegal, rant all you like sensibillicos, the growers will do time, lose their home and a proceed of crime act will see any possessions taken away. You will be ranting in your misguided dreams of this evil drug. You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat
  • Score: -2

10:54pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

You'dfeelbetterforkn
owingthat
wrote:
Cannabis is illegal, rant all you like sensibillicos, the growers will do time, lose their home and a proceed of crime act will see any possessions taken away.
You will be ranting in your misguided dreams of this evil drug.
"evil" ? you are suffering from your own form of "reefer madness"
[quote][p][bold]You'dfeelbetterforkn owingthat[/bold] wrote: Cannabis is illegal, rant all you like sensibillicos, the growers will do time, lose their home and a proceed of crime act will see any possessions taken away. You will be ranting in your misguided dreams of this evil drug.[/p][/quote]"evil" ? you are suffering from your own form of "reefer madness" sensiblelos
  • Score: -17

10:52am Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then. RochfordRob
  • Score: 4

12:06pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ! reg reg
  • Score: -5

12:08pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
gage *
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]gage * reg reg
  • Score: -5

12:17pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

let's all hide behind the moderator because denial is a far more comfortable place. head in sand with cannabis smoke blowing out of our backsides.
let's all hide behind the moderator because denial is a far more comfortable place. head in sand with cannabis smoke blowing out of our backsides. profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

12:28pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake. profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

1:22pm Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

Copy the Yanks?

They are all mental.

They FUBAR everything they touch.
Copy the Yanks? They are all mental. They FUBAR everything they touch. RochfordRob
  • Score: 0

1:59pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
Im sure you don't need assessing!
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then.[/p][/quote]Im sure you don't need assessing! ThisYear
  • Score: -5

2:18pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

RochfordRob wrote:
Copy the Yanks?

They are all mental.

They FUBAR everything they touch.
who said copy them ?
did i say copy them ?
i said use them as a case study seeing as they are the first to do this.
in holland they are going ape about the effects this has on young Dutch kids
they are 3 times more likely to get hooked on weed as any western developed country.
and yes it is addictive (not additive bo**cks) its a drug and you freebase it
it is addictive full stop .
because its in the face of them going to school coming home every where they turn its just all over them and as a young curios mind sees it
it wants to try
you know nothing about this subject i can tell !!!!
and why are all Americans mental ?
oh i see Hitler ate beans so therefore beans are nasty !
clown you fella
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: Copy the Yanks? They are all mental. They FUBAR everything they touch.[/p][/quote]who said copy them ? did i say copy them ? i said use them as a case study seeing as they are the first to do this. in holland they are going ape about the effects this has on young Dutch kids they are 3 times more likely to get hooked on weed as any western developed country. and yes it is addictive (not additive bo**cks) its a drug and you freebase it it is addictive full stop . because its in the face of them going to school coming home every where they turn its just all over them and as a young curios mind sees it it wants to try you know nothing about this subject i can tell !!!! and why are all Americans mental ? oh i see Hitler ate beans so therefore beans are nasty ! clown you fella reg reg
  • Score: -6

2:32pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst reg reg
  • Score: -5

2:42pm Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
Im sure you don't need assessing!
Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested.

Many thanks for your concern.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then.[/p][/quote]Im sure you don't need assessing![/p][/quote]Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested. Many thanks for your concern. RochfordRob
  • Score: 3

2:48pm Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

reg reg wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
Copy the Yanks?

They are all mental.

They FUBAR everything they touch.
who said copy them ?
did i say copy them ?
i said use them as a case study seeing as they are the first to do this.
in holland they are going ape about the effects this has on young Dutch kids
they are 3 times more likely to get hooked on weed as any western developed country.
and yes it is addictive (not additive bo**cks) its a drug and you freebase it
it is addictive full stop .
because its in the face of them going to school coming home every where they turn its just all over them and as a young curios mind sees it
it wants to try
you know nothing about this subject i can tell !!!!
and why are all Americans mental ?
oh i see Hitler ate beans so therefore beans are nasty !
clown you fella
Did I suggest you did?

Wind your neck in.

Yes, I do know a lot about cannabis.

Anything else? An insult maybe?

Do yourself a favour and Google 'opinion' - they are like @rseholes - every has one, and more importantly, is entitled to have one, so excuse me for not asking you before I expressed mine.

Ta.
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: Copy the Yanks? They are all mental. They FUBAR everything they touch.[/p][/quote]who said copy them ? did i say copy them ? i said use them as a case study seeing as they are the first to do this. in holland they are going ape about the effects this has on young Dutch kids they are 3 times more likely to get hooked on weed as any western developed country. and yes it is addictive (not additive bo**cks) its a drug and you freebase it it is addictive full stop . because its in the face of them going to school coming home every where they turn its just all over them and as a young curios mind sees it it wants to try you know nothing about this subject i can tell !!!! and why are all Americans mental ? oh i see Hitler ate beans so therefore beans are nasty ! clown you fella[/p][/quote]Did I suggest you did? Wind your neck in. Yes, I do know a lot about cannabis. Anything else? An insult maybe? Do yourself a favour and Google 'opinion' - they are like @rseholes - every has one, and more importantly, is entitled to have one, so excuse me for not asking you before I expressed mine. Ta. RochfordRob
  • Score: 1

3:29pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw. profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

3:47pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
Im sure you don't need assessing!
Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested.

Many thanks for your concern.
Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment..

No concern I can assure you.
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then.[/p][/quote]Im sure you don't need assessing![/p][/quote]Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested. Many thanks for your concern.[/p][/quote]Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment.. No concern I can assure you. ThisYear
  • Score: -6

4:24pm Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
Im sure you don't need assessing!
Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested.

Many thanks for your concern.
Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment..

No concern I can assure you.
Haven't quite grasped English yet have you? A tad tricky.

Inference made from your comment? Some sense would be a start.

No wonder nobody knows what you're on about.

Including you by the look of it.

Like a goldfish out of its bowl.

Flip
Flop
Flip
Flop

Try again.

Actually, don't bother - it'll be b*llocks and nonsense, denial, squirming and spin.

As usual.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then.[/p][/quote]Im sure you don't need assessing![/p][/quote]Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested. Many thanks for your concern.[/p][/quote]Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment.. No concern I can assure you.[/p][/quote]Haven't quite grasped English yet have you? A tad tricky. Inference made from your comment? Some sense would be a start. No wonder nobody knows what you're on about. Including you by the look of it. Like a goldfish out of its bowl. Flip Flop Flip Flop Try again. Actually, don't bother - it'll be b*llocks and nonsense, denial, squirming and spin. As usual. RochfordRob
  • Score: 5

7:18pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.
yes you did why mention it ?
1 in holland it is for recreational use ok
in america its for medical use ok
who said legalise it ?
me ?
no!
so what are you talking about your money going towards what exactly ?
the misuse of paracetamol ?
you do already so go write a letter to glaxosmithkline about it
you made a statement that its the underclass that use it yes?
no its not every class use cannabis (celeb list just proves it )
you pall are a tool you know nothing that's my opinion like you said about yourself that every has one and you talk from yours.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.[/p][/quote]yes you did why mention it ? 1 in holland it is for recreational use ok in america its for medical use ok who said legalise it ? me ? no! so what are you talking about your money going towards what exactly ? the misuse of paracetamol ? you do already so go write a letter to glaxosmithkline about it you made a statement that its the underclass that use it yes? no its not every class use cannabis (celeb list just proves it ) you pall are a tool you know nothing that's my opinion like you said about yourself that every has one and you talk from yours. reg reg
  • Score: -1

7:23pm Wed 19 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

interesting day...nice to see moderators at work..
interesting day...nice to see moderators at work.. sensiblelos
  • Score: -4

7:23pm Wed 19 Feb 14

reg reg says...

profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.
you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience.

what a f knob
i dont smoke !
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.[/p][/quote]you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. what a f knob i dont smoke ! reg reg
  • Score: -5

7:34pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.
yes you did why mention it ?
1 in holland it is for recreational use ok
in america its for medical use ok
who said legalise it ?
me ?
no!
so what are you talking about your money going towards what exactly ?
the misuse of paracetamol ?
you do already so go write a letter to glaxosmithkline about it
you made a statement that its the underclass that use it yes?
no its not every class use cannabis (celeb list just proves it )
you pall are a tool you know nothing that's my opinion like you said about yourself that every has one and you talk from yours.
i don't know where to begin to respond to your points as i don't understand 90% of what you're saying. it would appear you're responding to another poster. if you and the senseless loser are the best proponents of legalisation you've got no chance.

the snippet i did understand is that you worship some pretty low rent celebrities and because they have sad, empty lives that's how you choose to live yours. if miley said "grow up and get literate" would you do it?
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.[/p][/quote]yes you did why mention it ? 1 in holland it is for recreational use ok in america its for medical use ok who said legalise it ? me ? no! so what are you talking about your money going towards what exactly ? the misuse of paracetamol ? you do already so go write a letter to glaxosmithkline about it you made a statement that its the underclass that use it yes? no its not every class use cannabis (celeb list just proves it ) you pall are a tool you know nothing that's my opinion like you said about yourself that every has one and you talk from yours.[/p][/quote]i don't know where to begin to respond to your points as i don't understand 90% of what you're saying. it would appear you're responding to another poster. if you and the senseless loser are the best proponents of legalisation you've got no chance. the snippet i did understand is that you worship some pretty low rent celebrities and because they have sad, empty lives that's how you choose to live yours. if miley said "grow up and get literate" would you do it? profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

7:37pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.
you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience.

what a f knob
i dont smoke !
you're in denial.
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]because it's my tax going to the dope dependant benefit claimants. in the US they are not reliant on a tax payer funded NHS therefore if they make themselves unwell the tax payer is not footing the bill to sort them out. not rocket science is it? medicinal cannabis is not a reason to legalise all cannabis. you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. don't get me started on the "celeb" list.... i just laugh - just ask the other dope dependant clown. oh you missed bieber btw.[/p][/quote]you clearly have bought into the medicinal cannabis bs purely to justify your own addiction. whatever helps your conscience. what a f knob i dont smoke ![/p][/quote]you're in denial. profondo asbo
  • Score: 7

7:40pm Wed 19 Feb 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

One of the little gems here, is the knowledge, that if you commit crime, sooner or later someone will tell, though especially when it comes to the evil of drugs.
One of the little gems here, is the knowledge, that if you commit crime, sooner or later someone will tell, though especially when it comes to the evil of drugs. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 0

8:12pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
I love it when pot heads try and impress with a list
Natalie Portman - last smoked at college she is 32 years old
Brad Pitt - stopped because "I almost turned into doughnut"
Kirsten Dunst said in 2010 said she doesn't smoke cannabis
and Oprah Winfrey said she last smoked it in 1982
[quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]I love it when pot heads try and impress with a list Natalie Portman - last smoked at college she is 32 years old Brad Pitt - stopped because "I almost turned into doughnut" Kirsten Dunst said in 2010 said she doesn't smoke cannabis and Oprah Winfrey said she last smoked it in 1982 Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

8:17pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

Dr Martin wrote:
reg reg wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
reg reg wrote:
we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better
the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high)
the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will.
but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands
they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds
in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun !
the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps.

like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.
so what has tax paying funds got to do with this?
so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ?
they have medical insurance dont they ?
and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY
did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only !
not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk !
under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990
the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok
Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst
I love it when pot heads try and impress with a list
Natalie Portman - last smoked at college she is 32 years old
Brad Pitt - stopped because "I almost turned into doughnut"
Kirsten Dunst said in 2010 said she doesn't smoke cannabis
and Oprah Winfrey said she last smoked it in 1982
better late than never!
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]reg reg[/bold] wrote: we have to wait and see if legalising cannabis is a good idea ( Colorado) have just done it so if we wait a year or so we will be able to gauge the outcome a bit better the two sides of this are the properties that it holds and the medical use are undeniable ( Charlottes web) if you are not familiar with it google it for me the most moving bit of news regarding any use of cannabis (that does not get you high) the down side of this is that it is now grown the opposite of the above story 2 at least 30 times stronger than in the 1970s so we better be ready for all the psychosis that this will bring and believe me it will. but if we do nothing the gangs will carry on doing this for beards so i say 12 months then act upon it either legalise it or ramp it up to 10 years for growing it but as it stands they wreck rented houses steal thousands of pounds worth of power use weapons against other growers ( guns ) where i come from but most of all they buy class A with the proceeds in my opinion i only get penicillin from my doctor and he dont carry a gun ![/p][/quote]the US is not a template for the UK. there is no tax payer funded NHS in the US to pick up the pieces. there is also a very different structure to their benefits system. after 99 weeks it's foodstamps. like it or not it is predominantly the underclass that use dope. it's the opt out. greenlighting dope addictions amongst the benefit classes would be a mistake.[/p][/quote]so what has tax paying funds got to do with this? so if you get knocked over by a car ban cars in america ? they have medical insurance dont they ? and what are you talking about THIS IS FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY did you not read what i said about charlotte's web medical use only ! not the stuff these are growing in houses up and down the country super skunk ! under class only what a t**t you are the under class are a thing from 1990 the new under class are from all over the planet not from council estates in the uk ok Miley Cyrus, Joe Jonas, Oprah, Natalie Portman,Justin Timberlake, Whoopi Goldberg, Lady Gaga ,brad pitt, morgan freeman cameron diaz kirten dunst[/p][/quote]I love it when pot heads try and impress with a list Natalie Portman - last smoked at college she is 32 years old Brad Pitt - stopped because "I almost turned into doughnut" Kirsten Dunst said in 2010 said she doesn't smoke cannabis and Oprah Winfrey said she last smoked it in 1982[/p][/quote]better late than never! profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

8:19pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

dope dependants love their lists...
dope dependants love their lists... profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

8:45pm Wed 19 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Facts of the day..denver colorado in the first month of recreational sales of cannabis 1.24 million dollars in tax revenue and another example Holland collects 400million euros from coffeshops alone and a total revenue of 2 billion a year.....
UK government to follow.in time ....if the prohibitionist on this thread are anything to go by there is no intellectual debate to be had...as was seen earlier... now deleted....
Facts of the day..denver colorado in the first month of recreational sales of cannabis 1.24 million dollars in tax revenue and another example Holland collects 400million euros from coffeshops alone and a total revenue of 2 billion a year..... UK government to follow.in time ....if the prohibitionist on this thread are anything to go by there is no intellectual debate to be had...as was seen earlier... now deleted.... sensiblelos
  • Score: -2

8:59pm Wed 19 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights..

The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home!
interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights.. The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home! sensiblelos
  • Score: -2

9:20pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights..

The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home!
no need. cannabis will never be legal here. cannabis kills don't you know.
as english is clearly not your mother tongue maybe you'd feel more at home elsewhere with your dirty addiction.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights.. The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home![/p][/quote]no need. cannabis will never be legal here. cannabis kills don't you know. as english is clearly not your mother tongue maybe you'd feel more at home elsewhere with your dirty addiction. profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

9:29pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax'

Looks like they can afford it.
Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with...

Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...
That's me safe then.
Im sure you don't need assessing!
Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested.

Many thanks for your concern.
Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment..

No concern I can assure you.
Haven't quite grasped English yet have you? A tad tricky.

Inference made from your comment? Some sense would be a start.

No wonder nobody knows what you're on about.

Including you by the look of it.

Like a goldfish out of its bowl.

Flip
Flop
Flip
Flop

Try again.

Actually, don't bother - it'll be b*llocks and nonsense, denial, squirming and spin.

As usual.
Oh dear oh lor...you feel an inference could not be made from my comment..

I'd say it was your lack of comprehension of the term that is the issue here...(tip: look up inference)

You do seem to struggle to comprehend even very simple concepts..

Im sure all know what Im 'on about' bar you of course..re-read the posts and I'm sure it still won't sink in...which might reiterate why you wouldn't need assessing!
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: I hope they charge them the evil 'bedroom tax' Looks like they can afford it.[/p][/quote]Perhaps these are people trying to pay their 'spare room subsidy' by utilising their spare room...the same way other people attacked by that demon in human form, Ian Duncan-Smith, via his work capability assessments carried out by Atos, tried to avoid their social responsibilities by going into a coma, dying, becoming worse because of stress or starving while their appeal was dealt with... Those earning less than £100k-£150k per year who vote Tory should also be assessed by Atos... to see if they are mentally stable...[/p][/quote]That's me safe then.[/p][/quote]Im sure you don't need assessing![/p][/quote]Yes, you are quite correct, based on the criteria you suggested. Many thanks for your concern.[/p][/quote]Not only on the criteria suggested but inference some might make from my comment.. No concern I can assure you.[/p][/quote]Haven't quite grasped English yet have you? A tad tricky. Inference made from your comment? Some sense would be a start. No wonder nobody knows what you're on about. Including you by the look of it. Like a goldfish out of its bowl. Flip Flop Flip Flop Try again. Actually, don't bother - it'll be b*llocks and nonsense, denial, squirming and spin. As usual.[/p][/quote]Oh dear oh lor...you feel an inference could not be made from my comment.. I'd say it was your lack of comprehension of the term that is the issue here...(tip: look up inference) You do seem to struggle to comprehend even very simple concepts.. Im sure all know what Im 'on about' bar you of course..re-read the posts and I'm sure it still won't sink in...which might reiterate why you wouldn't need assessing! ThisYear
  • Score: -5

9:34pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights..

The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home!
Truthy? I thought you were anti-human rights? Or is that only when it applies to all else save dope smoking?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights.. The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home![/p][/quote]Truthy? I thought you were anti-human rights? Or is that only when it applies to all else save dope smoking? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

9:50pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

ThisYear wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights..

The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home!
Truthy? I thought you were anti-human rights? Or is that only when it applies to all else save dope smoking?
that's the conundrum with liberals. they want to regulate every single aspect of your life save your dope dependancy.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: interesting FACT the country that started the war on drugs the USA has now conceded with decriminalization and legalization of Cannabis , the domino effect has started.in italy cannabis is now reclassified due to the abuse of human rights in jails, showing strict prohibition of drugs does not work..unless you actually agree with abuse of human rights.. The prohibitionist friends on here can always leave the UK when decriminalization happens here, let me know your emails i will gladly pay for your one trip to Saudi Arabia they have very strict cannabis laws there enjoy, i am sure you both will feel right at home![/p][/quote]Truthy? I thought you were anti-human rights? Or is that only when it applies to all else save dope smoking?[/p][/quote]that's the conundrum with liberals. they want to regulate every single aspect of your life save your dope dependancy. profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

10:06pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Mary41 says...

I love Meth.
I love Meth. Mary41
  • Score: -5

10:11pm Wed 19 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

so, FACT
Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year..
smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog.....
Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment......
the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .."
cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....
so, FACT Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year.. smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog..... Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment...... the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .." cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer..... sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

10:20pm Wed 19 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

GREAT NEWS, well done that dobber ...
GREAT NEWS, well done that dobber ... InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 4

10:20pm Wed 19 Feb 14

RochfordRob says...

sensiblelos wrote:
so, FACT
Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year..
smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog.....
Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment......
the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .."
cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....
Bob Marley might disagree. If he were still here.

Me, not interested in it. I think the Govt should legalise it and then tax the hell out of it.

'20 B&H Skunk and the Sun please mate'

Imagine how much money they'd make??

Be interesting to see if crime really did drop.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: so, FACT Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year.. smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog..... Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment...... the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .." cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....[/p][/quote]Bob Marley might disagree. If he were still here. Me, not interested in it. I think the Govt should legalise it and then tax the hell out of it. '20 B&H Skunk and the Sun please mate' Imagine how much money they'd make?? Be interesting to see if crime really did drop. RochfordRob
  • Score: 3

10:22pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion.

the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce.
2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion. the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce. profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

10:33pm Wed 19 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
so, FACT
Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year..
smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog.....
Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment......
the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .."
cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....
Human rights...only for dope smoking?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: so, FACT Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year.. smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog..... Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment...... the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .." cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....[/p][/quote]Human rights...only for dope smoking? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

10:33pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Mary41 says...

profondo asbo wrote:
2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion.

the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce.
They looked like they had been quite industrious to me, but not for everyone i guess.....Her majesty's are more worried about looking after the big electricity company then they are in amateur
'horticulture'.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: 2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion. the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce.[/p][/quote]They looked like they had been quite industrious to me, but not for everyone i guess.....Her majesty's are more worried about looking after the big electricity company then they are in amateur 'horticulture'. Mary41
  • Score: -5

11:12pm Wed 19 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

Mary41 wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion.

the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce.
They looked like they had been quite industrious to me, but not for everyone i guess.....Her majesty's are more worried about looking after the big electricity company then they are in amateur
'horticulture'.
there is nothing amateur about what is occurring in the pictures above nor abstraction of electricity.
[quote][p][bold]Mary41[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: 2 separate pathologists came to 2 separate conclusions. spending your sad, dope addled existence trawling pro-cannabis websites does not qualify you to form any credible medical opinion. the entire tax revenue argument is all pie in the sky. even the most optimistic estimates raise a pittance. any pittance would be far outweighed by the huge drain of having a monged-out, less productive workforce.[/p][/quote]They looked like they had been quite industrious to me, but not for everyone i guess.....Her majesty's are more worried about looking after the big electricity company then they are in amateur 'horticulture'.[/p][/quote]there is nothing amateur about what is occurring in the pictures above nor abstraction of electricity. profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

7:53am Thu 20 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
so, FACT
Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year..
smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog.....
Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment......
the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .."
cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....
Alcohol kills 5,000 per year
stoner's love to exaggerate
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: so, FACT Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year.. smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog..... Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment...... the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .." cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....[/p][/quote]Alcohol kills 5,000 per year stoner's love to exaggerate Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

8:03am Thu 20 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
so, FACT
Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year..
smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog.....
Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment......
the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .."
cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....
Alcohol kills 5,000 per year
stoner's love to exaggerate
I made an error it was 8703 in 2012 but it averages to around 5000 per year for the past decade
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: so, FACT Alcohol kills 9000 brits a year.. smoking kills 100,000 brits a year and one dog..... Cannabis in the thousand of years of consumption has never caused one death proven fact...unless of course you believe everything you read in the daily mail* lead comment...... the difference between Cannabis and legal drugs of choice for millions; Cannabis has many many medicinal qualities.proven fact.alcohol and nicotine doesn't .." cannabis will never be legal here" erm..it has been legal here and it will be legal again even if the medicinal benefits are ignored by the government, the tax/revenue implications wont be ignored for too much longer.....[/p][/quote]Alcohol kills 5,000 per year stoner's love to exaggerate[/p][/quote]I made an error it was 8703 in 2012 but it averages to around 5000 per year for the past decade Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

8:46am Thu 20 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually

the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN

not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise...
Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise... sensiblelos
  • Score: -9

9:15am Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

cannabis is relatively safe next to mainlining heroin.

most (if not all) cannabis dependants are also tobacco dependants. it's in their makeup you see (the weak gene). you can have your tobacco ban but cannabis stays illegal.
cannabis is relatively safe next to mainlining heroin. most (if not all) cannabis dependants are also tobacco dependants. it's in their makeup you see (the weak gene). you can have your tobacco ban but cannabis stays illegal. profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

12:24pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!!
Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!! InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 2

12:25pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

Mary41 wrote:
I love Meth.
Attention seeker!!!
[quote][p][bold]Mary41[/bold] wrote: I love Meth.[/p][/quote]Attention seeker!!! InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 3

12:30pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 1

12:31pm Thu 20 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually

the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN

not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise...
Can you be considered a proponent of human rights truthy?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise...[/p][/quote]Can you be considered a proponent of human rights truthy? ThisYear
  • Score: -1

12:31pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

*that
*that InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 0

12:39pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually

the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN

not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise...
And you could move to Amsterdam ..
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: Ok for those who love the abuse of human rights...thousands killed in one year..... i will be more general in future, or 2.5 million alcohol deaths worldwide annually the POINT(CAPS) for people who fail to understand is that alcohol the LEGAL drug of choice for millions KILLS significantly more than cannabis does as cannabis is a relatively safe drug..PROVEN not getting into minutia to prove my point.....that NICOTINE AND ALCOHOL IS A FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN CANNABIS , and now there are countries around the world accepting that position hence the decriminalization and legislation in those countries.... whether you accept this position is irrelevant its happening , you could always move to SAUDI if you dont like it , i will pay for your travel one way ..promise...[/p][/quote]And you could move to Amsterdam .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 5

12:43pm Thu 20 Feb 14

angryofessex says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!!
Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!![/p][/quote]Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it. angryofessex
  • Score: -1

12:46pm Thu 20 Feb 14

angryofessex says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
You are right; I have it on good authority Heroin is quite effective.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]You are right; I have it on good authority Heroin is quite effective. angryofessex
  • Score: -7

12:50pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

angryofessex wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!!
Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it.
Everywhere people go out for fag breaks, if cannabis was legal, this would be the same .. Personally I've never seen someone go out for a swig of whiskey ... Most enjoy a glass or two when they get home, completely different ..
[quote][p][bold]angryofessex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!![/p][/quote]Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it.[/p][/quote]Everywhere people go out for fag breaks, if cannabis was legal, this would be the same .. Personally I've never seen someone go out for a swig of whiskey ... Most enjoy a glass or two when they get home, completely different .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 1

1:47pm Thu 20 Feb 14

angryofessex says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
angryofessex wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote: Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!!
Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it.
Everywhere people go out for fag breaks, if cannabis was legal, this would be the same .. Personally I've never seen someone go out for a swig of whiskey ... Most enjoy a glass or two when they get home, completely different ..
Personally I've never seen someone go out for a smoke of cannabis. Most enjoy a joint or two when they get home, completely different?
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angryofessex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: Cannabis will never be made legal and thank god for that! .. Imagine how it would be in the workplace, everyone off their heads operating machinery, driving, etc, it wouldn't be a safe environment for anyone!![/p][/quote]Operating machinery after drinking a bottle of whiskey is not a good idea but is legal. Fortunately employers do not allow it.[/p][/quote]Everywhere people go out for fag breaks, if cannabis was legal, this would be the same .. Personally I've never seen someone go out for a swig of whiskey ... Most enjoy a glass or two when they get home, completely different ..[/p][/quote]Personally I've never seen someone go out for a smoke of cannabis. Most enjoy a joint or two when they get home, completely different? angryofessex
  • Score: -4

6:48pm Thu 20 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind
ex.php?option=com_co
ntent&view=article&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=article&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything .... sensiblelos
  • Score: -10

7:05pm Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

7:12pm Thu 20 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

profondo asbo wrote:
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos
record stuck? any credible comments that wont be deleted?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos[/p][/quote]record stuck? any credible comments that wont be deleted? sensiblelos
  • Score: -8

7:19pm Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos
record stuck? any credible comments that wont be deleted?
i gave you a tobacco ban for keeping cannabis illegal.... i'm feeling generous.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five los bellendos[/p][/quote]record stuck? any credible comments that wont be deleted?[/p][/quote]i gave you a tobacco ban for keeping cannabis illegal.... i'm feeling generous. profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

7:22pm Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i won't click your links but i would be interested to see where medicinal users of cannabis are branded losers?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i won't click your links but i would be interested to see where medicinal users of cannabis are branded losers? profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

7:41pm Thu 20 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
The receiving cannabis for medicinal purposes is not dependent on cannabis being legal to smoke for recreational purposes..
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]The receiving cannabis for medicinal purposes is not dependent on cannabis being legal to smoke for recreational purposes.. ThisYear
  • Score: 5

7:43pm Thu 20 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
You are obviously trying to provoke me into making a response (and succeeded) and yet you have whinged that I keep replying to your posts, but I am sure you will give up like you have in virtually every story that we have both posted comments.
I am fairly sure prison is not the only of dealing with those suffering from mental illness in Italy (do you have proof otherwise?), they obviously they viewed cannabis as a Class A substance so punished users and dealers accordingly, I don’t believe that makes me a supporter of human rights abuse.
Yes I do work in a psychiatric hospital there is no doubt about that stoner!
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]You are obviously trying to provoke me into making a response (and succeeded) and yet you have whinged that I keep replying to your posts, but I am sure you will give up like you have in virtually every story that we have both posted comments. I am fairly sure prison is not the only of dealing with those suffering from mental illness in Italy (do you have proof otherwise?), they obviously they viewed cannabis as a Class A substance so punished users and dealers accordingly, I don’t believe that makes me a supporter of human rights abuse. Yes I do work in a psychiatric hospital there is no doubt about that stoner! Dr Martin
  • Score: 5

7:48pm Thu 20 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
Stoners using MS sufferers as a way of getting their grubby little hands on their righteous herb
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]Stoners using MS sufferers as a way of getting their grubby little hands on their righteous herb Dr Martin
  • Score: 3

8:40pm Thu 20 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing..... sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

8:56pm Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

denial. not just a river in egypt apparently
denial. not just a river in egypt apparently profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

9:36pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
Yeh I learnt something, your link does not exist ...
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]Yeh I learnt something, your link does not exist ... InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 1

9:40pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

All I'm saying is it's a poor excuse as there are many forms of medicine out there that control pain ... I know, I have to deal with it on a daily basis ..
All I'm saying is it's a poor excuse as there are many forms of medicine out there that control pain ... I know, I have to deal with it on a daily basis .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 0

9:46pm Thu 20 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
'no compassion for anyone or anything' ..... True, I have no compassion for drug users, muggers, rapists, racists, kiddy fiddlers, and anyone else that comes in that bracket .. Does that make me ignorant or sad?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]'no compassion for anyone or anything' ..... True, I have no compassion for drug users, muggers, rapists, racists, kiddy fiddlers, and anyone else that comes in that bracket .. Does that make me ignorant or sad? InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 3

9:50pm Thu 20 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind

ex.php?option=com_co

ntent&view=artic
le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
apparently the link should be http://theroc.us/ google "realm of caring", medicinal use of cannabis is not a crime its a reality. donate if you wish.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]apparently the link should be http://theroc.us/ google "realm of caring", medicinal use of cannabis is not a crime its a reality. donate if you wish. sensiblelos
  • Score: -1

10:12pm Thu 20 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

this is all a figleaf and utterly irrelevant to recreational dope dependancy.
this is all a figleaf and utterly irrelevant to recreational dope dependancy. profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

12:15am Fri 21 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

I'm amazed this thread is still going, I'd of thought some would of lost concentration and wandered off...
I'm amazed this thread is still going, I'd of thought some would of lost concentration and wandered off... ThisYear
  • Score: -1

7:53am Fri 21 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

as the doc says. the stoners fall by the wayside. must be the goldfish-like attention span.
as the doc says. the stoners fall by the wayside. must be the goldfish-like attention span. profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

10:00am Fri 21 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind


ex.php?option=com_co


ntent&view=artic

le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Well if you want your score to be lower I am always glad to oblige, I guess it must be a very long time since you had a score higher than “0” you will see that your efforts at scoring down my posts have been futile.
I have no desire to stop you or anyone else posting on the echo, a cannabis debate would be very boring for me if there was no stoners to antagonise, overall you are the standard bearer of the pro pot lobby on Essex Echo (the rest have long gone), there used to be quite a few pro pot peeps (around 12) although I am beginning to think they are all old names of Shimmy Shammy/Pragmaticus(h
ow many user names does a man need?)
You say you are not interested in circular discussions but you instead reply to your own comments with vague references to something I said, which comes across as” I am not talking to you but I am really” I think that’s rather odd behaviour
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Well if you want your score to be lower I am always glad to oblige, I guess it must be a very long time since you had a score higher than “0” you will see that your efforts at scoring down my posts have been futile. I have no desire to stop you or anyone else posting on the echo, a cannabis debate would be very boring for me if there was no stoners to antagonise, overall you are the standard bearer of the pro pot lobby on Essex Echo (the rest have long gone), there used to be quite a few pro pot peeps (around 12) although I am beginning to think they are all old names of Shimmy Shammy/Pragmaticus(h ow many user names does a man need?) You say you are not interested in circular discussions but you instead reply to your own comments with vague references to something I said, which comes across as” I am not talking to you but I am really” I think that’s rather odd behaviour Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

11:00am Fri 21 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

@sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore
"Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus
" (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster
", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care"
That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore.
@sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore "Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus " (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster ", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care" That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore. Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

11:51am Fri 21 Feb 14

Nebs says...

Dr Martin wrote:
@sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore
"Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus

" (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster

", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care"
That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore.
Perhaps they have all decided to say NO to illegal drugs.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: @sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore "Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus " (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster ", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care" That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore.[/p][/quote]Perhaps they have all decided to say NO to illegal drugs. Nebs
  • Score: 2

12:56pm Fri 21 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
as the doc says. the stoners fall by the wayside. must be the goldfish-like attention span.
Brother can you spare a paraphaze?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: as the doc says. the stoners fall by the wayside. must be the goldfish-like attention span.[/p][/quote]Brother can you spare a paraphaze? ThisYear
  • Score: -2

1:06pm Fri 21 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

Dr Martin wrote:
@sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore
"Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus

" (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster

", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care"
That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore.
You missed. The Truth will prevail..Truth and nothing but...Im am the living truth (when he was in his messiah phase) The truth according to me...Truth I say..Truth about cannabis...We are Truly sailing...The winner always truths...You will never truth alone..Two little Truths...The Truth will survive...And my favourite...I am nothing but a Truth hound...there are obviously more..and thats the Truth.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: @sensiblelos, for the record the pro pot peeps that you don't see anymore "Tone-fu", "Shimmy Shammy"/"Pragmaticus " (etc), "Mossdog", "Soouthchuch59", "Spiff spaff and chips" , "ORACUS", "handytrim", "Alekhine","Zobbster ", "Edward Lanseer", "MattBell",and "I just dont Care" That doesn't include the CLEAR media dudes Owen Richards (AKA Peter Reynolds), Pawel Si etc and their boring copy and paste and repeat which used to blight these threadsup to and around year ago but thankfully not anymore.[/p][/quote]You missed. The Truth will prevail..Truth and nothing but...Im am the living truth (when he was in his messiah phase) The truth according to me...Truth I say..Truth about cannabis...We are Truly sailing...The winner always truths...You will never truth alone..Two little Truths...The Truth will survive...And my favourite...I am nothing but a Truth hound...there are obviously more..and thats the Truth. ThisYear
  • Score: -2

7:00pm Fri 21 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind


ex.php?option=com_co


ntent&view=artic

le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu
/citizens-initiative
/REQ-ECI-2013-000023
/public/index.do?lan
g=en

http://weedliketotal
k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe
s ......
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ...... sensiblelos
  • Score: -3

7:46pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Nebs says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind



ex.php?option=com_co



ntent&view=artic


le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu

/citizens-initiative

/REQ-ECI-2013-000023

/public/index.do?lan

g=en

http://weedliketotal

k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe

s ......
The druggies could move to Colorado while cannabis remains an illegal drug here.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]The druggies could move to Colorado while cannabis remains an illegal drug here. Nebs
  • Score: 5

8:06pm Fri 21 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind



ex.php?option=com_co



ntent&view=artic


le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu

/citizens-initiative

/REQ-ECI-2013-000023

/public/index.do?lan

g=en

http://weedliketotal

k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe

s ......
stoner brother do you usually talk to yourself incessantly?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]stoner brother do you usually talk to yourself incessantly? profondo asbo
  • Score: 6

10:11am Sat 22 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind



ex.php?option=com_co



ntent&view=artic


le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu

/citizens-initiative

/REQ-ECI-2013-000023

/public/index.do?lan

g=en

http://weedliketotal

k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe

s ......
Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open
http://epetitions.di
rect.gov.uk/petition
s?state=closed

Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well
Legalise cannabis 28,485
Change the Cannabis laws 786
Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78
decriminalise cannabis 314
Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90
lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13
just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr
ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar
y.org/wiki/Appendix:
Cannabis_slang#Canna
bis_user)
are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s?state=closed Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well Legalise cannabis 28,485 Change the Cannabis laws 786 Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78 decriminalise cannabis 314 Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90 lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13 just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar y.org/wiki/Appendix: Cannabis_slang#Canna bis_user) are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs) Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

12:15pm Sat 22 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di
rect.gov.uk/petition
s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again....

and the new european petition , have your say...

http://www.420magazi
ne.com/forums/petiti
ons-initiatives/2117
42-european-citizen-
s-initiative-cannabi
s-legalization-sign-
spread-word.html...

times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime.
133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again.... and the new european petition , have your say... http://www.420magazi ne.com/forums/petiti ons-initiatives/2117 42-european-citizen- s-initiative-cannabi s-legalization-sign- spread-word.html... times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime. sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

12:40pm Sat 22 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind




ex.php?option=com_co




ntent&view=artic



le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu


/citizens-initiative


/REQ-ECI-2013-000023


/public/index.do?lan


g=en

http://weedliketotal


k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe


s ......
Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open
http://epetitions.di

rect.gov.uk/petition

s?state=closed

Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well
Legalise cannabis 28,485
Change the Cannabis laws 786
Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78
decriminalise cannabis 314
Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90
lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13
just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr

ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar

y.org/wiki/Appendix:

Cannabis_slang#Canna

bis_user)
are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)
you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ...

Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it.....

Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned.

Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s?state=closed Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well Legalise cannabis 28,485 Change the Cannabis laws 786 Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78 decriminalise cannabis 314 Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90 lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13 just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar y.org/wiki/Appendix: Cannabis_slang#Canna bis_user) are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)[/p][/quote]you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ... Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it..... Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned. Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians.... sensiblelos
  • Score: -2

12:51pm Sat 22 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di

rect.gov.uk/petition

s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again....

and the new european petition , have your say...

http://www.420magazi

ne.com/forums/petiti

ons-initiatives/2117

42-european-citizen-

s-initiative-cannabi

s-legalization-sign-

spread-word.html...

times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime.
how many regular users of dope are there? according to clear there are 2.7mio. if my maths is correct that means less than 5% of regular dope dependants could even be bothered to sign the petition that takes approximately 12 seconds of their time. either it seriously questions clear's numbers (surely spammer reynolds would not try to pull the wool over our eyes!) or the motivation of the average stoner is somewhere between zero and negative one. you tell us which.... or odds on post a bit more spam in the guise of some random trivia instead (responding to one of your own posts in the process).
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: 133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again.... and the new european petition , have your say... http://www.420magazi ne.com/forums/petiti ons-initiatives/2117 42-european-citizen- s-initiative-cannabi s-legalization-sign- spread-word.html... times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime.[/p][/quote]how many regular users of dope are there? according to clear there are 2.7mio. if my maths is correct that means less than 5% of regular dope dependants could even be bothered to sign the petition that takes approximately 12 seconds of their time. either it seriously questions clear's numbers (surely spammer reynolds would not try to pull the wool over our eyes!) or the motivation of the average stoner is somewhere between zero and negative one. you tell us which.... or odds on post a bit more spam in the guise of some random trivia instead (responding to one of your own posts in the process). profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

12:58pm Sat 22 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind





ex.php?option=com_co





ntent&view=artic




le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu



/citizens-initiative



/REQ-ECI-2013-000023



/public/index.do?lan



g=en

http://weedliketotal



k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe



s ......
Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open
http://epetitions.di


rect.gov.uk/petition


s?state=closed

Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well
Legalise cannabis 28,485
Change the Cannabis laws 786
Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78
decriminalise cannabis 314
Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90
lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13
just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr


ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar


y.org/wiki/Appendix:


Cannabis_slang#Canna


bis_user)
are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)
you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ...

Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it.....

Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned.

Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....
tobacco is the biggest killer in our society. we have already granted you that ban. could you give up both your beloved tobacco and your smelly weed though?
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s?state=closed Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well Legalise cannabis 28,485 Change the Cannabis laws 786 Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78 decriminalise cannabis 314 Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90 lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13 just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar y.org/wiki/Appendix: Cannabis_slang#Canna bis_user) are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)[/p][/quote]you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ... Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it..... Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned. Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....[/p][/quote]tobacco is the biggest killer in our society. we have already granted you that ban. could you give up both your beloved tobacco and your smelly weed though? profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

1:24pm Sat 22 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di

rect.gov.uk/petition

s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again....

and the new european petition , have your say...

http://www.420magazi

ne.com/forums/petiti

ons-initiatives/2117

42-european-citizen-

s-initiative-cannabi

s-legalization-sign-

spread-word.html...

times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime.
"at the present time users of cannabis contribute knowingly to organised crime.
But you don't care about that and use it anyway"

LSC (an anti pot commentator)
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: 133,000 people petitioned fact, not 6, http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s/45969 this is the petition that has reached this number ..not the others ..smoke screens yet again.... and the new european petition , have your say... http://www.420magazi ne.com/forums/petiti ons-initiatives/2117 42-european-citizen- s-initiative-cannabi s-legalization-sign- spread-word.html... times are changing FACT...Prohibition supports organized crime.[/p][/quote]"at the present time users of cannabis contribute knowingly to organised crime. But you don't care about that and use it anyway" LSC (an anti pot commentator) Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

1:52pm Sat 22 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind





ex.php?option=com_co





ntent&view=artic




le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu



/citizens-initiative



/REQ-ECI-2013-000023



/public/index.do?lan



g=en

http://weedliketotal



k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe



s ......
Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open
http://epetitions.di


rect.gov.uk/petition


s?state=closed

Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well
Legalise cannabis 28,485
Change the Cannabis laws 786
Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78
decriminalise cannabis 314
Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90
lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13
just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr


ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar


y.org/wiki/Appendix:


Cannabis_slang#Canna


bis_user)
are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)
you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ...

Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it.....

Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned.

Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....
Not really time consuming a few searches on google I normally find the facts or website I need, or If I am work I can ask consultant psychiatrist or two or maybe a professor in psychiatry, after all these are the people that have to treat these customers of your righteous herb either as inpatients or as outpatients on a daily basis.
In fact it was the Professor that helped me debunk an Owen Richards(Peter Reynolds) cut and paste quote that I couldn't find a answer to, the quote was pasted quite often in many newspaper websites with annoying regularity up to about a year ago (as well as the 2003 Les Iversen quote) Now those quotes are no longer posted and I have the Professor to thank for that.
You should know I have never advocated alcohol or tobacco and the overall harms of both are worse than cannabis but that is not a reason to leagalise another psychoactive substance like cannabis to add to the problems we already have, We should be working harder to reduce alcohol and tobacco usage before anything else.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s?state=closed Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well Legalise cannabis 28,485 Change the Cannabis laws 786 Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78 decriminalise cannabis 314 Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90 lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13 just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar y.org/wiki/Appendix: Cannabis_slang#Canna bis_user) are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)[/p][/quote]you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ... Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it..... Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned. Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....[/p][/quote]Not really time consuming a few searches on google I normally find the facts or website I need, or If I am work I can ask consultant psychiatrist or two or maybe a professor in psychiatry, after all these are the people that have to treat these customers of your righteous herb either as inpatients or as outpatients on a daily basis. In fact it was the Professor that helped me debunk an Owen Richards(Peter Reynolds) cut and paste quote that I couldn't find a answer to, the quote was pasted quite often in many newspaper websites with annoying regularity up to about a year ago (as well as the 2003 Les Iversen quote) Now those quotes are no longer posted and I have the Professor to thank for that. You should know I have never advocated alcohol or tobacco and the overall harms of both are worse than cannabis but that is not a reason to leagalise another psychoactive substance like cannabis to add to the problems we already have, We should be working harder to reduce alcohol and tobacco usage before anything else. Dr Martin
  • Score: 3

6:02pm Sat 22 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..
i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together;
We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you-

click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate!

http://theroc.us/ind






ex.php?option=com_co






ntent&view=artic





le&i
d=28&Itemid=102

Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment.

but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....
i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well.

What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis

also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....
Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change....

The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk...

and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link...

https://ec.europa.eu




/citizens-initiative




/REQ-ECI-2013-000023




/public/index.do?lan




g=en

http://weedliketotal




k.wix.com/wltt

The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale.

those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe




s ......
Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open
http://epetitions.di



rect.gov.uk/petition



s?state=closed

Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well
Legalise cannabis 28,485
Change the Cannabis laws 786
Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78
decriminalise cannabis 314
Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90
lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13
just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr



ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar



y.org/wiki/Appendix:



Cannabis_slang#Canna



bis_user)
are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)
you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ...

Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it.....

Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned.

Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....
Not really time consuming a few searches on google I normally find the facts or website I need, or If I am work I can ask consultant psychiatrist or two or maybe a professor in psychiatry, after all these are the people that have to treat these customers of your righteous herb either as inpatients or as outpatients on a daily basis.
In fact it was the Professor that helped me debunk an Owen Richards(Peter Reynolds) cut and paste quote that I couldn't find a answer to, the quote was pasted quite often in many newspaper websites with annoying regularity up to about a year ago (as well as the 2003 Les Iversen quote) Now those quotes are no longer posted and I have the Professor to thank for that.
You should know I have never advocated alcohol or tobacco and the overall harms of both are worse than cannabis but that is not a reason to leagalise another psychoactive substance like cannabis to add to the problems we already have, We should be working harder to reduce alcohol and tobacco usage before anything else.
what i find amazing is that you allegedly work in a psychiatric hospital, surrounded by consultants and professors yet your general(uneducated) continued tone is that you wish to portray is that of antagonist and you resort to name calling to further your inequitable position on the matter. I pity any patient within your care especially if any of them consume cannabis, you also sound extremely immature for your age(having to have the last say), i am guessing you are nothing more than an orderly.

For every fact that you have obtained allegedly from your professor i can provide you with FACTS from eminent professors that contradict your position on cannabis.

You wish to lead by discussing minutia, yet your ideology is flawed. Even you cannot disagree that we live in a democratic society, one where we in a democracy can choose what to do.Its called pro choice hence the reason why millions of people can kill themselves by smoking and drinking alcohol and the government accepts this.

It is inequitable to criminalize people for consumption whether for medicinal or recreational purposes. The misuse of drugs act categorizes drugs on the basis of harm that it may cause to people or society, yet it is hypocritical and factually incorrect of any prohibitionist or government to state that Medicinal Cannabis use causes more harm to society than either Alcohol or Cigarettes, this is why over 133,000 signed the petition whether you want to refer to other petitions is irrelevant and a smoke screen.

Your reference to organized crime is also flawed , your own beloved Daily Mail states there is an estimated half a million cannabis growers in the uk(probably more) Cannabis consumers do not wish to support organised crime, this is why they grow their own, in this instance they are not supporting organized crime.

But what astounds me the most is that you allegedly work in the health profession, albeit an orderly; even you should be aware by banning a drug(in this country) with significant medicinal benefits you and people like you are preventing Cannabis in its natural cheap form being used to benefit the most in need. Shame on you. Thankfully there are now countries where cannabis can now be consumed to benefit the sick without the fear of persecution or incarceration.

Prohibition Supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: another thing the p's me off is losers who say they smoke dope because they are in pain .. there are many drugs out there that are quite efficient at controlling pain, so that old chestnut doesn't wash with me either ..[/p][/quote]i am pleased that the prohibitionist lobby are showing their true colours lets group them together; We have those who post violent aggressive abusive posts(now deleted)- unable to provide any credible comments so resort to violent abuse. We have the colossus intellect of i cant string more than 6 words together; we have the fake doctor that supports human rights abuse in italy where incarceration is the only method of dealing with "stoners" (and apparently he works in a hospital, how compassionate) and finally we have this intelligent chap who believes that those who consume cannabis for medicinal purposes are " losers" , he apparently believes as an expert that any drugs will do.... well lets educate you- click on this liink - you may just learn something and at the very least understand that Children that consume cannabis are not "losers" you may even donate! http://theroc.us/ind ex.php?option=com_co ntent&view=artic le&i d=28&Itemid=102 Realm of caring - The Realm is able to educate the general public as to the positive effects of this often misunderstood form of treatment. but there are some that just remain ignorant all of their sad life.....and have absolutely no compassion for anyone or anything ....[/p][/quote]i was expecting a few more thumbs down from those compassionate individuals oh well. What has surprised me is that the out of those that i have referenced, these people are probably cross representative of the UK prohibitionist's lobby, yet the government up to this point listen to these type of people who are uneducated, violent in nature, abusive and who believe that incarceration rather than education is the policy that prevents consumption of cannabis also out of the few who post on here there is one fake doctor who apparently works in a hospital(i hope i never end up in the same one) and he believes that having to have the last word means that i am giving up, hardly, its a rather an immature notion that you would expect from a child who has to have the last word, you can have the last say but your assumption does not mean that i will stop commenting on on posts on the echo. i am really not interested in circular discussions with those who do not have the ability to consider why many many intellectuals and governments support the legalization and decriminalization of cannabis.But i will continue to posts facts that support the progressive view that cannabis is no more dangerous to society than alcohol or cigarettes. times are changing.....[/p][/quote]Oh well just 6, those 6 who continue to use those oh so profound adjectives to describe those in need of cannabis for medicinal purposes; the favorite of the fake doctor being "stoner" others include "druggie" "scum" "loser's" etc etc, it surely does astound me that this government actually listens to these uneducated people , in time it will change.... The good news is that nearly 133,000 people (not 6) have now signed a NO 10 downing street e petition. The petition calls for an Impact Assessment to see if the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA71) is cost effective and value for money - this will now be considered by the back bench committee of the house of commons. Only 4 e-petitions have past the 100,000 mark...goes to show that 133,000 are sick and tired of the current drug legislation.There are obviously a vast amount of people in addition who didn't sign the petition and they feel the same way..perhaps those 2 million cannabis consumers in the uk... and for those enlightened people(not those 6) there is another European initiative-petition to legalize cannabis those interested(not those 6) can click on the following link... https://ec.europa.eu /citizens-initiative /REQ-ECI-2013-000023 /public/index.do?lan g=en http://weedliketotal k.wix.com/wltt The ECI Weed like to talk aims at making the EU solve this problem by adopting a common policy on the control and regulation of cannabis production, use and sale. those who believe the law should change you have your opportunity to petition... no not you 6....times are changing....you can always move to Saudi Arabia if you dont like the uk/europe when cannabis becomes legal/decriminalized everywhere...dominoe s ......[/p][/quote]Once again you have been found lacking in your research, there have been 23 e petitions that have passed the 100,000, that are now closed mark plus 3 more that are currently open http://epetitions.di rect.gov.uk/petition s?state=closed Interesting to see which petitions that didn't do so well Legalise cannabis 28,485 Change the Cannabis laws 786 Legalise Medical Marijuana/Cannabis 78 decriminalise cannabis 314 Downgrade Cannabis to Class C 90 lets have a referendum on the medical/recreational use of cannabis the UK 13 just goes to show Stoners/dope dependents/tokers/tr ee huggers/rasta's (http://en.wiktionar y.org/wiki/Appendix: Cannabis_slang#Canna bis_user) are not usually that motivated to vote (must have run low on hob nobs)[/p][/quote]you have been very busy must be very time consuming trawling the internet reacting to my every word researching every point i make and then referencing other petitions that i have not made reference to..seems i dont have any problem with your comments i have heard it all before you are saying nothing new....but there are 133,000 people who want to change this misuse of drugs act..at least...and they do not want to listen to the same old people with the same old rhetoric ... Perhaps your crusade on dangerous drugs should start on those drugs that cause the most harm in society although you live in a world of denial and dont want to admit it..... Deaths from accidental alcohol poisoning in England and Wales have rocketed by more than 200 per cent in the last ten years and are likely to increase further because of social media drinking games like ‘NekNominate’, the Office for National Statistics has warned. Start with Alcohol and cigarettes your efforts are needed to prevent people dying from these dangerous legal drugs....as there are 100s of thousand of people dying but you don't seem to care about that ..... same as the politicians....[/p][/quote]Not really time consuming a few searches on google I normally find the facts or website I need, or If I am work I can ask consultant psychiatrist or two or maybe a professor in psychiatry, after all these are the people that have to treat these customers of your righteous herb either as inpatients or as outpatients on a daily basis. In fact it was the Professor that helped me debunk an Owen Richards(Peter Reynolds) cut and paste quote that I couldn't find a answer to, the quote was pasted quite often in many newspaper websites with annoying regularity up to about a year ago (as well as the 2003 Les Iversen quote) Now those quotes are no longer posted and I have the Professor to thank for that. You should know I have never advocated alcohol or tobacco and the overall harms of both are worse than cannabis but that is not a reason to leagalise another psychoactive substance like cannabis to add to the problems we already have, We should be working harder to reduce alcohol and tobacco usage before anything else.[/p][/quote]what i find amazing is that you allegedly work in a psychiatric hospital, surrounded by consultants and professors yet your general(uneducated) continued tone is that you wish to portray is that of antagonist and you resort to name calling to further your inequitable position on the matter. I pity any patient within your care especially if any of them consume cannabis, you also sound extremely immature for your age(having to have the last say), i am guessing you are nothing more than an orderly. For every fact that you have obtained allegedly from your professor i can provide you with FACTS from eminent professors that contradict your position on cannabis. You wish to lead by discussing minutia, yet your ideology is flawed. Even you cannot disagree that we live in a democratic society, one where we in a democracy can choose what to do.Its called pro choice hence the reason why millions of people can kill themselves by smoking and drinking alcohol and the government accepts this. It is inequitable to criminalize people for consumption whether for medicinal or recreational purposes. The misuse of drugs act categorizes drugs on the basis of harm that it may cause to people or society, yet it is hypocritical and factually incorrect of any prohibitionist or government to state that Medicinal Cannabis use causes more harm to society than either Alcohol or Cigarettes, this is why over 133,000 signed the petition whether you want to refer to other petitions is irrelevant and a smoke screen. Your reference to organized crime is also flawed , your own beloved Daily Mail states there is an estimated half a million cannabis growers in the uk(probably more) Cannabis consumers do not wish to support organised crime, this is why they grow their own, in this instance they are not supporting organized crime. But what astounds me the most is that you allegedly work in the health profession, albeit an orderly; even you should be aware by banning a drug(in this country) with significant medicinal benefits you and people like you are preventing Cannabis in its natural cheap form being used to benefit the most in need. Shame on you. Thankfully there are now countries where cannabis can now be consumed to benefit the sick without the fear of persecution or incarceration. Prohibition Supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy sensiblelos
  • Score: -2

11:33pm Sat 22 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

hypocrisy is pretending dope, for you, is anything other than a recreational need. the saving the world bs is fooling no-one.
hypocrisy is pretending dope, for you, is anything other than a recreational need. the saving the world bs is fooling no-one. profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

9:04am Sun 23 Feb 14

Dr Martin says...

@sensiblelos
I am glad you are actually replying to my posts directly, that's much better than your previous way of posting comments, and now my reply to your post......
I distinctly remember you calling me “right wing” referring to me as “Insane”, “deluded”, “troll” so stop bleating on about name calling, consider yourself lucky I only call you a stoner. As for having the last say you are only moaning about it because as much as you try you never achieve it yourself and you try very hard.
There is a lot of information out there on both sides of the argument, obviously I avoid any websites that are predominately green with cartoon cannabis leaf, it’s just that you copy and paste and hope it’s okay I research more thoroughly and usually find a better argument (most likely with more up to date evidence)
I well aware we live in a democratic society; the difference is I choose to live within the law and you don’t, you may desire a lawless society just so you can smoke dope without fear of the old bill, but at the end of the day what are the odds of that happening?. Unfortunately consumers of cannabis are very rarely prosecuted by our justice system if they are it’s normally just a caution.
When was it ever stated that cannabis causes more harm than alcohol and tobacco? As for the e petitions I was merely demonstrating that the pro dope lobby large that it is are not usually that bothered to vote for decimalisation or legalisation of their righteous herb
In regards to Cannabis and organised crime, you have often stated Prohibition supports organised crime and yet you have used an article Daily Mail (duly noted) to state there are half a million growers, whichever way you try and twist it you are either breaking the law by growing (and probably selling it) it or supporting organised crime by buying it
Ah to the Medicinal cannabis, stoners trying to get stoned on the back of MS sufferers, and you say I should feel shame?, I am sure cannabis has great potential when you break it down into it’s parts but leave that to the pharmaceuticals where it can be taxed and regulated and raise money for our floundering economy
Cannabis users say they want to legalise dope in order to raise tax, instead they will grow their own
Stop the hypocrisy
@sensiblelos I am glad you are actually replying to my posts directly, that's much better than your previous way of posting comments, and now my reply to your post...... I distinctly remember you calling me “right wing” referring to me as “Insane”, “deluded”, “troll” so stop bleating on about name calling, consider yourself lucky I only call you a stoner. As for having the last say you are only moaning about it because as much as you try you never achieve it yourself and you try very hard. There is a lot of information out there on both sides of the argument, obviously I avoid any websites that are predominately green with cartoon cannabis leaf, it’s just that you copy and paste and hope it’s okay I research more thoroughly and usually find a better argument (most likely with more up to date evidence) I well aware we live in a democratic society; the difference is I choose to live within the law and you don’t, you may desire a lawless society just so you can smoke dope without fear of the old bill, but at the end of the day what are the odds of that happening?. Unfortunately consumers of cannabis are very rarely prosecuted by our justice system if they are it’s normally just a caution. When was it ever stated that cannabis causes more harm than alcohol and tobacco? As for the e petitions I was merely demonstrating that the pro dope lobby large that it is are not usually that bothered to vote for decimalisation or legalisation of their righteous herb In regards to Cannabis and organised crime, you have often stated Prohibition supports organised crime and yet you have used an article Daily Mail (duly noted) to state there are half a million growers, whichever way you try and twist it you are either breaking the law by growing (and probably selling it) it or supporting organised crime by buying it Ah to the Medicinal cannabis, stoners trying to get stoned on the back of MS sufferers, and you say I should feel shame?, I am sure cannabis has great potential when you break it down into it’s parts but leave that to the pharmaceuticals where it can be taxed and regulated and raise money for our floundering economy Cannabis users say they want to legalise dope in order to raise tax, instead they will grow their own Stop the hypocrisy Dr Martin
  • Score: 3

11:06am Sun 23 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

Doc ... Well said mate ...
Doc ... Well said mate ... InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 2

2:49pm Sun 23 Feb 14

ColonelSpiffSpaff says...

Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in
cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE! ColonelSpiffSpaff
  • Score: -5

3:09pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski
nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

3:46pm Sun 23 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski
asbo...apparently you have no social life because you don't get your brain stoned on weed...you must try harder.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski[/p][/quote]asbo...apparently you have no social life because you don't get your brain stoned on weed...you must try harder. ThisYear
  • Score: 2

4:03pm Sun 23 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

ColonelSpiffSpaff wrote:
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in

cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be...

Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country

Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games)....

Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy...

don't forget to sing the European petition
[quote][p][bold]ColonelSpiffSpaff[/bold] wrote: Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE![/p][/quote]they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be... Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games).... Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy... don't forget to sing the European petition sensiblelos
  • Score: -5

5:37pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski
asbo...apparently you have no social life because you don't get your brain stoned on weed...you must try harder.
stoner brother can you spare a social life....nope thought not? must...get...off...f
ace.... (all for the benefit of medical science of course)
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski[/p][/quote]asbo...apparently you have no social life because you don't get your brain stoned on weed...you must try harder.[/p][/quote]stoner brother can you spare a social life....nope thought not? must...get...off...f ace.... (all for the benefit of medical science of course) profondo asbo
  • Score: 2

5:40pm Sun 23 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

sensiblelos wrote:
ColonelSpiffSpaff wrote:
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in


cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be...

Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country

Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games)....

Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy...

don't forget to sing the European petition
Replying to yourself again I see ..
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ColonelSpiffSpaff[/bold] wrote: Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE![/p][/quote]they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be... Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games).... Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy... don't forget to sing the European petition[/p][/quote]Replying to yourself again I see .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 0

5:41pm Sun 23 Feb 14

InTheKnowOk says...

profondo asbo wrote:
nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski
LOL
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: nigella with her train-wreck personal life and richard "virgin bongs" branson. our lives are so hollow, empty and dull we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me shankowski[/p][/quote]LOL InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 0

7:14pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

sensiblelos wrote:
ColonelSpiffSpaff wrote:
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in


cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be...

Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country

Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games)....

Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy...

don't forget to sing the European petition
your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick"
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ColonelSpiffSpaff[/bold] wrote: Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE![/p][/quote]they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be... Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games).... Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy... don't forget to sing the European petition[/p][/quote]your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick" profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

7:31pm Sun 23 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

profondo asbo wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
ColonelSpiffSpaff wrote:
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in



cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be...

Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country

Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games)....

Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy...

don't forget to sing the European petition
your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick"
thanks frooo thhat,mst appreciafdweed, perhaps they should be deleted like your posts....
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ColonelSpiffSpaff[/bold] wrote: Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE![/p][/quote]they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be... Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games).... Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy... don't forget to sing the European petition[/p][/quote]your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick"[/p][/quote]thanks frooo thhat,mst appreciafdweed, perhaps they should be deleted like your posts.... sensiblelos
  • Score: -2

7:40pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

preferably. inaccurate grammar to match the inaccurate content. i'm not aware any of my posts were deleted. if that was the case i guess the truth hurts. the moderator does not scrutinise the "offending" post - they just side with the screaming toddler.
preferably. inaccurate grammar to match the inaccurate content. i'm not aware any of my posts were deleted. if that was the case i guess the truth hurts. the moderator does not scrutinise the "offending" post - they just side with the screaming toddler. profondo asbo
  • Score: 5

8:15pm Sun 23 Feb 14

sensiblelos says...

News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade.

Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe....

as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....
News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade. Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe.... as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime.... sensiblelos
  • Score: -10

8:59pm Sun 23 Feb 14

Nebs says...

sensiblelos wrote:
News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade.

Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe....

as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....
Go and live in America then. Until then, just say NO to illegal drugs.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade. Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe.... as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....[/p][/quote]Go and live in America then. Until then, just say NO to illegal drugs. Nebs
  • Score: 5

9:20pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

Nebs wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade.

Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe....

as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....
Go and live in America then. Until then, just say NO to illegal drugs.
washington really is the armpit of the US. Colorado is the gooch of the US. take your pick...
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade. Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe.... as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....[/p][/quote]Go and live in America then. Until then, just say NO to illegal drugs.[/p][/quote]washington really is the armpit of the US. Colorado is the gooch of the US. take your pick... profondo asbo
  • Score: 7

10:36pm Sun 23 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
ColonelSpiffSpaff wrote:
Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in



cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE!
they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be...

Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country

Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games)....

Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy...

don't forget to sing the European petition
your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick"
Shouldn't 'sic' be encased by rather than ( )

I only ask because since coming onto this site I've started to suffer from pedantitis
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ColonelSpiffSpaff[/bold] wrote: Lol @ the nob saying if weed was legal everybody would be smoking it at work! Really? Its legal in some parts of america & amsterdam, are those places full of work-based-stoner-in cidents? No, why? Because you wouldnt partake in mind-bending cannabis use while working the same as you wouldnt drink booze at work. People making these dumb comments about the pitfalls of legal weed forgetting that its already legal in some parts of the world and was in the UK a long time ago, and those countries have had ZERO reason to think it was a mistake. Also as for dull lives, its smoked by everybody, celebs, normal people, etc if nigella lawson, richard branson, etc have dull lives id love to know what your lives consist of, bearing in mind certain posters have already confirmed they have NO SOCIAL LIFE![/p][/quote]they live in denial that cannabis consumers can live perfectly productive lives and can be very successful, they also believe that incarceration benefits society..dont bother with making references to successful people, they are bitter and twisted and hate the fact that even "stoners" can be significantly more successful than they are and ever will be... Criminals are the only ones that benefit from prohibition , yet the prohibitionists want to keep MJ illegal, the real criminals are the governments that prevent medicinal cannabis in its natural cheap from, from being consume in this country Strange bedfellows, criminals- the aggressive poster and the so called doctor, apparently i consider myself lucky that he is being so nice to me you will see from his posts he is extremely immature and craves attention(having to have the last say on every matter, i let him play his childless games).... Prohibition supports organized crime-stop the hypocrisy... don't forget to sing the European petition[/p][/quote]your post is strewn with errors - grammatical, punctuation and multiple misuse of words. miley says "get literate" oh and "check out my latest pawn (sic) flick"[/p][/quote]Shouldn't 'sic' be encased by [ ] rather than ( ) I only ask because since coming onto this site I've started to suffer from pedantitis ThisYear
  • Score: -13

10:42pm Sun 23 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

yes but your post illustrated my dilemma
yes but your post illustrated my dilemma profondo asbo
  • Score: 8

10:44pm Sun 23 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

sensiblelos wrote:
News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade.

Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe....

as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....
To be fair Billy 'Kill em all' Gates seemingly also wants to cull the human race by way of vaccines...so his support for legalisation might be a bit dodgy.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: News- Microsoft founder and wealthiest man in America, Bill Gates, says he voted yes on Washington’s I-502(marijuana reform) .he believes that legalizing marijuana in his home state will take profits away from the illegal drug trade. Apparently there are those on here that know better, who would i believe.... as i continue to say , like bill gates; prohibition supports organized crime....[/p][/quote]To be fair Billy 'Kill em all' Gates seemingly also wants to cull the human race by way of vaccines...so his support for legalisation might be a bit dodgy. ThisYear
  • Score: -10

10:46pm Sun 23 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
yes but your post illustrated my dilemma
Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here!
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: yes but your post illustrated my dilemma[/p][/quote]Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here! ThisYear
  • Score: -12

12:13am Mon 24 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
yes but your post illustrated my dilemma
Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here!
And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: yes but your post illustrated my dilemma[/p][/quote]Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here![/p][/quote]And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha ThisYear
  • Score: -11

12:10pm Mon 24 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

ThisYear wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
yes but your post illustrated my dilemma
Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here!
And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha
Probably got mad because they had to google 'parenthesis' found what it was and then realised their ignorance...lol.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: yes but your post illustrated my dilemma[/p][/quote]Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here![/p][/quote]And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha[/p][/quote]Probably got mad because they had to google 'parenthesis' found what it was and then realised their ignorance...lol. ThisYear
  • Score: -3

3:10pm Mon 24 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

ThisYear wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
yes but your post illustrated my dilemma
Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here!
And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha
Hilarious..lol..
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: yes but your post illustrated my dilemma[/p][/quote]Hey! You can't post 'square' parenthesis on here![/p][/quote]And some mindless idiot even voted that post down...hahahahahaha[/p][/quote]Hilarious..lol.. ThisYear
  • Score: 0

10:13am Tue 25 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

looks like you're turning off the lights....
looks like you're turning off the lights.... profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

4:39pm Tue 25 Feb 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
looks like you're turning off the lights....
'Au contraire' was written on the note asbo found when he found himself turning off the lights.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: looks like you're turning off the lights....[/p][/quote]'Au contraire' was written on the note asbo found when he found himself turning off the lights. ThisYear
  • Score: 10

9:38pm Tue 25 Feb 14

profondo asbo says...

fair enough...i'm on power down duty.
fair enough...i'm on power down duty. profondo asbo
  • Score: 10

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