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    (Original post by Besakt)
    How is is not?
    Would you say the same to the many Socialists who don't support Labour but vote for them anyway?
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    Just by throwing some money around doesn't make everything better, you can't just wreck a place then throw some money at it and expect it to be the restaurant it once was in a blink of an eye.
    Is it also okay to sniff lines of coke on a bus as long as you can afford it.
    I'm pro-drug, I don't see what's wrong with sniffing some coke. I mean, why is it your business?

    And it kinda does. You wrecked the place. You caused the damage. You fixed the damage. Problem solved. People have a problem with chavs because they cause damage without fixing the damage.
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Would you say the same to the many Socialists who don't support Labour but vote for them anyway?
    Yes. And you never answered my question.
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    I'm pro-drug, I don't see what's wrong with sniffing some coke. I mean, why is it your business?

    And it kinda does. You wrecked the place. You caused the damage. You fixed the damage. Problem solved. People have a problem with chavs because they cause damage without fixing the damage.
    The problem does not become fixed immediately it takes, time to build and repair, what about customers you had in your restaurant at the time what about the trouble they had been caused to them. Yeah lets legalise coke, LSD, heroine you name it, we'll legalise it lets just ignore the aspect of them becoming addicts and and getting numerous different ailments and costing the NHS a sh*t load of money because if you can pay for it who cares.
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    Just came back from the shop the observer is £2.20. :eek:
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    (Original post by Besakt)
    Just cam back from the shop the observer is £2.20. :eek:
    In the words of Bullingdon Club legend,
    "I can afford it" :hat:


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    (Original post by Mr. Overstood)
    In the words of Bullingdon Club legend,
    "I can afford it" :hat:


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    (Original post by mevidek)
    No, what I have against them is that they went to a club that discriminates against those worse off, and also is exclusive for the 'upper-class'. Lots of the Cabinet was in the Bullingdon Club, which just shows how exclusive government is. That is what my opinions are based upon.
    No, two of them were members.
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    (Original post by Besakt)
    Just came back from the shop the observer is £2.20. :eek:
    Because they're thankfully going out of business. Read the article online instead, and hasten the collapse of the Guardian.
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    (Original post by deFossard)
    Because they're thankfully going out of business. Read the article online instead, and hasten the collapse of the Guardian.
    Wow, what a silly remark. Why should the Guardian collapse? It's a good news source, when you read other newspapers and watch BBC News...
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    (Original post by Besakt)
    The problem does not become fixed immediately it takes, time to build and repair, what about customers you had in your restaurant at the time what about the trouble they had been caused to them. Yeah lets legalise coke, LSD, heroine you name it, we'll legalise it lets just ignore the aspect of them becoming addicts and and getting numerous different ailments and costing the NHS a sh*t load of money because if you can pay for it who cares.
    LSD is not addictive, nor even particularly physically harmful as far as I'm aware.

    The NHS cost for drug users would surely be (more than) covered by the tax on them - as is the case currently for tobacco.
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    LSD is not addictive, nor even particularly physically harmful as far as I'm aware.

    The NHS cost for drug users would surely be (more than) covered by the tax on them - as is the case currently for tobacco.
    That money could be better used elsewhere. Prevention is better than having to find a cure.
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    That money could be better used elsewhere. Prevention is better than having to find a cure.
    Making drugs illegal isn't prevention, though. People who want to use them still do. Criminalising drug use only makes seeking help more difficult for addicts, raises drug crime and increases the risk of physical harm by the various impurities black-market drugs are cut with.
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    (Original post by BioSam)
    Making drugs illegal isn't prevention, though. People who want to use them still do. Criminalising drug use only makes seeking help more difficult for addicts, raises drug crime and increases the risk of physical harm by the various impurities black-market drugs are cut with.
    It makes access to them much easier. I don't even know why I'm arguing this, I'm on the fence about social drugs. I couldn't care less whether they are legalised or not.
 
 
 
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