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Drugs and decriminilisation Watch

  • View Poll Results: Which drugs should be decriminalised?
    None + alcohol and tobacco should me made illegal
    2
    4.35%
    None, it's fine the way it is now
    8
    17.39%
    Just cannabis
    5
    10.87%
    Cannabis, Ecstasy, LSD, Magic Mushrooms, Ketamine
    10
    21.74%
    All drugs that are currently illegal should be decriminalised
    18
    39.13%
    Any other combination (please specify in thread)
    3
    6.52%

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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    It's not about that.

    It's about what it does to your head...

    I guess when your organic teacher has a degree in Medicinal Chemistry and worked in drugs industries for a few years and just tells you about that all day and you know more about LSD than ketones, you have to listen to him about the effects of LSD.

    :woo:
    What it does to your head? Whose head are we talking about?
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    From what I've heard, as long as you get the setting fine and you do not have any pre-existing mental condition, LSD is perfectly safe.

    After all, it's inventor (Albert Hoffman, I think he's called) lived to be over 100
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    All drugs should be legal.
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    i voted the top one but i dont think booze should be made illegal though, tobacco should, stinking smokers
 
 
 
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