M E T H and H E R R I O N E USERS...

M E T H and H E R R I O N E USERS IN YOUR CITY

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concerned

Amesville, OH

#1 Aug 29, 2012
Who do you know who uses?

“Opposing Evil, Helping Good”

Since: Feb 14

EVERYWHERE!!!

#2 May 12, 2014
I realize this post is kinda old, but uh, I wanna respond to this topic (I actually found this thread over a month ago; although I guess the post was old, even then, lol)

First of all, speaking strictly for myself, it's not so much the drugs, nor even the drug use, which I am concerned about. The only thing I care about is the typical BEHAVIOR that goes with the use of hard drugs.

And don't get me wrong, this doesn't really apply (at least not as much) to soft drugs. I mean hey, if you wanna roll a doobie, you know... just don't do it ALL THE TIME! I mean nobody likes hanging out around a pothead, you know... but yeah, every now and then, sure, why not? And be responsible about it (don't do it while driving, working, etc.), and etc.

But stuff like meth and heroin and other hard drugs are just bad news!

Just ask Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston or Elvis Presley what hard drugs can do to you ;)

Don't get me wrong, I DO support legalization of them (yes, even the hard drugs, on the grounds that it is each person's choice, not the government's).

However, that does not mean that people should actually be doing them. I sure don't need the government holding my hand for me to make proper choices. Anyone who does, we have assistance programs for those people.

Persons who are mentally ill and/or mentally disabled (which their's nothing "wrong" with that, btw, I don't wanna sound Ableist or anything), people like that should be, and in most cases are, helped. If they can't afford it, they get it free of charge. As it should be! Even if you look at it from a "Rightist" POV, having persons with mental issues not being helped, costs more (in actual dollars), then putting up and operating those facilities does.

Anyway, my point being that in general, most people can make those types of decisions for ourselfs. If someone goes and does something dumb, then I guess they'll have to take the consequences, I guess.

But I would MUCH rather have that, then have the government telling the citizenry what we can or cannot do, as far as ingesting substances goes. Like I've always said: I would rather have EVERYBODY using it, then somebody telling anybody they can't!

Furthermore, something being illegal does not stop (or even phase) people from doing it. It just makes them have to jump through hoops to do something that is they're choice. It also criminalizes such activity, meaning they can be punished for something that is nobody else's business (especially the government's).

Not to mention things like RACISM are why most drugs became illegal in the first place (That's a true story! I'll post links if anyone asks or brings it up.)

Anyway, but once again, I admit (in fact I declare) that people should not be doing hard drugs. I just wanted to make that clear.

However, if I catch them, I'm not gonna turn them in, unless their's another reason too turn them in. For example, if they get high and try something on me, yeah I'm gonna turn them in (and if it was something violent, they might not even live to be prosecuted!!!)

But if all they do is sit at home (or any any appropriate place such as a consenting friend's home, etc.) and get high (even hard drugs) and don't hurt anyone else... I couldn't care less!

That's pretty much what I was trying to say. Sorry if I went on a rant. I wanted to be sure I explain this issue to everyone who will read this post. It is a complex issue, therefore more difficult for the average person to fully understand. I always try my best to help others through educating the populace with my posts, as best as I can. Just to make the world a little better for humanity, you know :) That's my intent anyway...
TheyreGrrr8

Dallas, GA

#3 Apr 12, 2015
N8 the Grrr8 wrote:
I realize this post is kinda old, but uh, I wanna respond to this topic (I actually found this thread over a month ago; although I guess the post was old, even then, lol)
First of all, speaking strictly for myself, it's not so much the drugs, nor even the drug use, which I am concerned about. The only thing I care about is the typical BEHAVIOR that goes with the use of hard drugs.
And don't get me wrong, this doesn't really apply (at least not as much) to soft drugs. I mean hey, if you wanna roll a doobie, you know... just don't do it ALL THE TIME! I mean nobody likes hanging out around a pothead, you know... but yeah, every now and then, sure, why not? And be responsible about it (don't do it while driving, working, etc.), and etc.
But stuff like meth and heroin and other hard drugs are just bad news!
Just ask Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston or Elvis Presley what hard drugs can do to you ;)
Don't get me wrong, I DO support legalization of them (yes, even the hard drugs, on the grounds that it is each person's choice, not the government's).
However, that does not mean that people should actually be doing them. I sure don't need the government holding my hand for me to make proper choices. Anyone who does, we have assistance programs for those people.
Persons who are mentally ill and/or mentally disabled (which their's nothing "wrong" with that, btw, I don't wanna sound Ableist or anything), people like that should be, and in most cases are, helped. If they can't afford it, they get it free of charge. As it should be! Even if you look at it from a "Rightist" POV, having persons with mental issues not being helped, costs more (in actual dollars), then putting up and operating those facilities does.
Anyway, my point being that in general, most people can make those types of decisions for ourselfs. If someone goes and does something dumb, then I guess they'll have to take the consequences, I guess.
But I would MUCH rather have that, then have the government telling the citizenry what we can or cannot do, as far as ingesting substances goes. Like I've always said: I would rather have EVERYBODY using it, then somebody telling anybody they can't!
Furthermore, something being illegal does not stop (or even phase) people from doing it. It just makes them have to jump through hoops to do something that is they're choice. It also criminalizes such activity, meaning they can be punished for something that is nobody else's business (especially the government's).
Not to mention things like RACISM are why most drugs became illegal in the first place (That's a true story! I'll post links if anyone asks or brings it up.)
Anyway, but once again, I admit (in fact I declare) that people should not be doing hard drugs. I just wanted to make that clear.
However, if I catch them, I'm not gonna turn them in, unless their's another reason too turn them in. For example, if they get high and try something on me, yeah I'm gonna turn them in (and if it was something violent, they might not even live to be prosecuted!!!)
But if all they do is sit at home (or any any appropriate place such as a consenting friend's home, etc.) and get high (even hard drugs) and don't hurt anyone else... I couldn't care less!
That's pretty much what I was trying to say. Sorry if I went on a rant. I wanted to be sure I explain this issue to everyone who will read this post. It is a complex issue, therefore more difficult for the average person to fully understand. I always try my best to help others through educating the populace with my posts, as best as I can. Just to make the world a little better for humanity, you know :) That's my intent anyway...
N8 the Grrr8........Go roll you another one buddy!
TheyreGrrr8

Dallas, GA

#4 Apr 12, 2015
N8 the Grrr8 wrote:
I realize this post is kinda old, but uh, I wanna respond to this topic (I actually found this thread over a month ago; although I guess the post was old, even then, lol)
First of all, speaking strictly for myself, it's not so much the drugs, nor even the drug use, which I am concerned about. The only thing I care about is the typical BEHAVIOR that goes with the use of hard drugs.
And don't get me wrong, this doesn't really apply (at least not as much) to soft drugs. I mean hey, if you wanna roll a doobie, you know... just don't do it ALL THE TIME! I mean nobody likes hanging out around a pothead, you know... but yeah, every now and then, sure, why not? And be responsible about it (don't do it while driving, working, etc.), and etc.
But stuff like meth and heroin and other hard drugs are just bad news!
Just ask Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston or Elvis Presley what hard drugs can do to you ;)
Don't get me wrong, I DO support legalization of them (yes, even the hard drugs, on the grounds that it is each person's choice, not the government's).
However, that does not mean that people should actually be doing them. I sure don't need the government holding my hand for me to make proper choices. Anyone who does, we have assistance programs for those people.
Persons who are mentally ill and/or mentally disabled (which their's nothing "wrong" with that, btw, I don't wanna sound Ableist or anything), people like that should be, and in most cases are, helped. If they can't afford it, they get it free of charge. As it should be! Even if you look at it from a "Rightist" POV, having persons with mental issues not being helped, costs more (in actual dollars), then putting up and operating those facilities does.
Anyway, my point being that in general, most people can make those types of decisions for ourselfs. If someone goes and does something dumb, then I guess they'll have to take the consequences, I guess.
But I would MUCH rather have that, then have the government telling the citizenry what we can or cannot do, as far as ingesting substances goes. Like I've always said: I would rather have EVERYBODY using it, then somebody telling anybody they can't!
Furthermore, something being illegal does not stop (or even phase) people from doing it. It just makes them have to jump through hoops to do something that is they're choice. It also criminalizes such activity, meaning they can be punished for something that is nobody else's business (especially the government's).
Not to mention things like RACISM are why most drugs became illegal in the first place (That's a true story! I'll post links if anyone asks or brings it up.)
Anyway, but once again, I admit (in fact I declare) that people should not be doing hard drugs. I just wanted to make that clear.
However, if I catch them, I'm not gonna turn them in, unless their's another reason too turn them in. For example, if they get high and try something on me, yeah I'm gonna turn them in (and if it was something violent, they might not even live to be prosecuted!!!)
But if all they do is sit at home (or any any appropriate place such as a consenting friend's home, etc.) and get high (even hard drugs) and don't hurt anyone else... I couldn't care less!
That's pretty much what I was trying to say. Sorry if I went on a rant. I wanted to be sure I explain this issue to everyone who will read this post. It is a complex issue, therefore more difficult for the average person to fully understand. I always try my best to help others through educating the populace with my posts, as best as I can. Just to make the world a little better for humanity, you know :) That's my intent anyway...
N8 the Grrr8.......Go roll you another one buddy!
TheyreGrrr8

Dallas, GA

#5 Apr 12, 2015
N8 the Grrr8 wrote:
I realize this post is kinda old, but uh, I wanna respond to this topic (I actually found this thread over a month ago; although I guess the post was old, even then, lol)
First of all, speaking strictly for myself, it's not so much the drugs, nor even the drug use, which I am concerned about. The only thing I care about is the typical BEHAVIOR that goes with the use of hard drugs.
And don't get me wrong, this doesn't really apply (at least not as much) to soft drugs. I mean hey, if you wanna roll a doobie, you know... just don't do it ALL THE TIME! I mean nobody likes hanging out around a pothead, you know... but yeah, every now and then, sure, why not? And be responsible about it (don't do it while driving, working, etc.), and etc.
But stuff like meth and heroin and other hard drugs are just bad news!
Just ask Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston or Elvis Presley what hard drugs can do to you ;)
Don't get me wrong, I DO support legalization of them (yes, even the hard drugs, on the grounds that it is each person's choice, not the government's).
However, that does not mean that people should actually be doing them. I sure don't need the government holding my hand for me to make proper choices. Anyone who does, we have assistance programs for those people.
Persons who are mentally ill and/or mentally disabled (which their's nothing "wrong" with that, btw, I don't wanna sound Ableist or anything), people like that should be, and in most cases are, helped. If they can't afford it, they get it free of charge. As it should be! Even if you look at it from a "Rightist" POV, having persons with mental issues not being helped, costs more (in actual dollars), then putting up and operating those facilities does.
Anyway, my point being that in general, most people can make those types of decisions for ourselfs. If someone goes and does something dumb, then I guess they'll have to take the consequences, I guess.
But I would MUCH rather have that, then have the government telling the citizenry what we can or cannot do, as far as ingesting substances goes. Like I've always said: I would rather have EVERYBODY using it, then somebody telling anybody they can't!
Furthermore, something being illegal does not stop (or even phase) people from doing it. It just makes them have to jump through hoops to do something that is they're choice. It also criminalizes such activity, meaning they can be punished for something that is nobody else's business (especially the government's).
Not to mention things like RACISM are why most drugs became illegal in the first place (That's a true story! I'll post links if anyone asks or brings it up.)
Anyway, but once again, I admit (in fact I declare) that people should not be doing hard drugs. I just wanted to make that clear.
However, if I catch them, I'm not gonna turn them in, unless their's another reason too turn them in. For example, if they get high and try something on me, yeah I'm gonna turn them in (and if it was something violent, they might not even live to be prosecuted!!!)
But if all they do is sit at home (or any any appropriate place such as a consenting friend's home, etc.) and get high (even hard drugs) and don't hurt anyone else... I couldn't care less!
That's pretty much what I was trying to say. Sorry if I went on a rant. I wanted to be sure I explain this issue to everyone who will read this post. It is a complex issue, therefore more difficult for the average person to fully understand. I always try my best to help others through educating the populace with my posts, as best as I can. Just to make the world a little better for humanity, you know :) That's my intent anyway...
Go roll you another one, N8
Concerned Mom

Knoxville, TN

#6 May 11, 2015
Heard that you can get pot easily at 123 Ridgeway Court - lots of funny stuff going on at this location. Parents should be aware

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