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Kneel b4 Zod

Crossville, TN

#1 Sep 13, 2011
I love meth. I am so glad that it exists. I pay homage to the genius that first decided to mix drain cleaner and allergy medication. It really helps weed out the idiotic and weak-minded and keeps their population either dying in agony or confined to a prison cell where they have always belonged.

I love the way it screws up their faces. There is nothing more pathetic than the stupid face of a meth user. You can always tell who they are by that hollow, vacant, white trash look. Even the black meth addicts look like white trash. How is that even possible? Being so easy to spot means that it is just as easy to avoid these human dumpsters and continue your day without being subjected to them for more than a few brief, fart-like moments.

I love the way it occasionally blows up their homes. What could be better than reading about a meth house that has exploded and taken the lives of 6 or 7 users/sellers while simultaneously ridding the neighborhood of their sore-covered genitalia and the cursed offspring they are likely to breed.

I love the way it keeps them out of the socio-political loop. These idiots do not vote, they do not run for office. They don't really do much of anything. They just sit in crappy, rundown homes, beat each other up occasionally and ignore the real world for the most part. Perfect. We do not have to worry about them passing any laws making it a requirement to have a flag in your window as a curtain.

I love the way it lets me purchase expensive electronics equipment for rock bottom prices. There is always some strung out meth user wanting to get rid of his CD player for another tiny little bag of his powdered saviour. I make it a practice to always know the going rate of the smallest possible sellable portion of meth. This is the price I offer the idiot for his goods. Meth + Capitalism = New CD player for less than a "go large" value meal.

I love the way it gives me the opportunity to use my firearm. If, by chance, a meth user wishes to break into my house to steal my CD player so he can sell it, rather than his own, I have a gift waiting for him. It's not a CD player but it will definitely rock his world. It's a Glock 17 with law enforcement capacity magazines and 16 rounds of high velocity hollow point ammunition. I almost salivate over the possibility of ridding the world of one of these pieces of filth while at the same time becoming a hero to my wife for saving the day. Please try to rob me.

I love meth. Users of this wonderful and abundant drug, please continue what you are doing. In fact, use more. Up your dosage. I'm in the market for a new DVD player.
Insane

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Sep 13, 2011
U r insane

Since: Aug 11

United States

#3 Sep 13, 2011
that is a little warped...u need help
what

Oak Ridge, TN

#4 Sep 13, 2011
Kneel b4 Zod wrote:
I love meth. I am so glad that it exists. I pay homage to the genius that first decided to mix drain cleaner and allergy medication. It really helps weed out the idiotic and weak-minded and keeps their population either dying in agony or confined to a prison cell where they have always belonged.
I love the way it screws up their faces. There is nothing more pathetic than the stupid face of a meth user. You can always tell who they are by that hollow, vacant, white trash look. Even the black meth addicts look like white trash. How is that even possible? Being so easy to spot means that it is just as easy to avoid these human dumpsters and continue your day without being subjected to them for more than a few brief, fart-like moments.
I love the way it occasionally blows up their homes. What could be better than reading about a meth house that has exploded and taken the lives of 6 or 7 users/sellers while simultaneously ridding the neighborhood of their sore-covered genitalia and the cursed offspring they are likely to breed.
I love the way it keeps them out of the socio-political loop. These idiots do not vote, they do not run for office. They don't really do much of anything. They just sit in crappy, rundown homes, beat each other up occasionally and ignore the real world for the most part. Perfect. We do not have to worry about them passing any laws making it a requirement to have a flag in your window as a curtain.
I love the way it lets me purchase expensive electronics equipment for rock bottom prices. There is always some strung out meth user wanting to get rid of his CD player for another tiny little bag of his powdered saviour. I make it a practice to always know the going rate of the smallest possible sellable portion of meth. This is the price I offer the idiot for his goods. Meth + Capitalism = New CD player for less than a "go large" value meal.
I love the way it gives me the opportunity to use my firearm. If, by chance, a meth user wishes to break into my house to steal my CD player so he can sell it, rather than his own, I have a gift waiting for him. It's not a CD player but it will definitely rock his world. It's a Glock 17 with law enforcement capacity magazines and 16 rounds of high velocity hollow point ammunition. I almost salivate over the possibility of ridding the world of one of these pieces of filth while at the same time becoming a hero to my wife for saving the day. Please try to rob me.
I love meth. Users of this wonderful and abundant drug, please continue what you are doing. In fact, use more. Up your dosage. I'm in the market for a new DVD player.
you talk about meth as if you have first hand expierence.. oh and ur such an internet bada$$ talkin about ur big bad glock... i bet u wd be too scared to pull the trigger if given the opportunity
Kneel b4 Zod

Missoula, MT

#5 Sep 13, 2011
Ha ha, the methheads are out in full force today.

Any moment, a bleeding heart will post something about "addiction is a disease", blah blah blah.
XxoO

United States

#6 Sep 13, 2011
Haha i loved this. Ironic & true.
Love your Post

Birmingham, AL

#8 Sep 13, 2011
Wow. I love this post. Like XxoO said, ironic and true. Well written, well thought out. Good use of both grammar and punctuation. You get an A+!! Of course, the meth heads, crack heads, and just plain old assholes are going to have some negative things to post. Who cares? You done good lol

Since: Aug 11

United States

#9 Sep 13, 2011
Kneel b4 Zod wrote:
Ha ha, the methheads are out in full force today.
Any moment, a bleeding heart will post something about "addiction is a disease", blah blah blah.
addiction is a disease but after a certain point the person is gone they sold their soul for the high long ago. What you wrote was actually very true and you have a great writting style. I do think the point about killing then with ur gun was warped. It seemed as if you would enjoy it and who can enjoy taking a life? It is necessary at times but to enjoy it and hope for it points to a disturbed mind. My opinion anyway
u said it

Portland, OR

#10 Sep 13, 2011
Well put
girly girl

United States

#11 Sep 14, 2011
Zod I loved your post until I saw u were married. I thought I had found my perfect man. Damn
XxoO

United States

#12 Sep 14, 2011
Lol @ girly girl. Cute. And I was just posting about where all the good men are in Roco.

But as for the "please come to my house and I'll paint the walls with your brains" stuff...a little extreme but these days with all the identity & material theft I don't blame him. Shits gettin deep these days. Hell I wish I had a gun. Boom Boom mutha fucka!:)
Kneel b4 Zod

Garrett, IN

#13 Sep 14, 2011
prettypisces23 wrote:
<quoted text>
addiction is a disease
Addiction is a combination of bad decision making and lack of willpower.

Cancer is a disease, and you can't "Just Say No".

Since: Aug 11

United States

#14 Sep 14, 2011
Kneel b4 Zod wrote:
<quoted text>
Addiction is a combination of bad decision making and lack of willpower.
Cancer is a disease, and you can't "Just Say No".
that is true but mostly ppl start out with drugs as a coping method. It is common in people with emotional and mental issues along with chemical imbalances. No that isnt an excuse and it can be corrected and yes some ppl just do it for the high. Drugs are just a mess. Some people can come back from them and others lose theirself in the pursuit of them.
Love your Post

Birmingham, AL

#15 Sep 14, 2011
Yes, we've all been taught that addiction is a disease. I believe addiction becomes a disease. But that first step is not a disease. It's a choice, made freely. I guess it's fair to say that the disease becomes "contagious" when the diseased addict starts stealing my things to pay for his disease. And the best way to innoculate myself against his affliction is to buy a handgun.
u said it

Portland, OR

#16 Sep 14, 2011
It's stupid to say its a disease. Its simply a choice they've made then it becomes an addiction. All they have to do is go to a rehab. Kneel b4 zods post hit the nail right on the head.
what

Oak Ridge, TN

#17 Sep 14, 2011
Kneel b4 Zod wrote:
<quoted text>
Addiction is a combination of bad decision making and lack of willpower.
Cancer is a disease, and you can't "Just Say No".
Well arent you just the expert on everything.. Please enlighten up oh great one.. Whata douche bag. Your probably an ex-addict yourself
Kneel b4 Zod

Peoria, IL

#18 Sep 14, 2011
what wrote:
<quoted text>Your probably an ex-addict yourself
Negative. Never even considered it.
Kneel b4 Zod

Peoria, IL

#19 Sep 14, 2011
what wrote:
<quoted text>
Well arent you just the expert on everything.. Please enlighten up oh great one.. Whata douche bag. Your probably an ex-addict yourself
Translation: I have no rebuttal to your statement, so I will call you names and imply you are guilty of the very thing you are criticizing.
Love your Post

Birmingham, AL

#20 Sep 14, 2011
Yes, just like I said would happen, the methheads, crackheads, and just plain old a**holes would have a party of negativity. Predictable. Doesn't change the facts, though, does it?
UR a good writer

Elizabethton, TN

#21 Sep 20, 2011
Kneel b4 Zod wrote:
I love meth. I am so glad that it exists. I pay homage to the genius that first decided to mix drain cleaner and allergy medication. It really helps weed out the idiotic and weak-minded and keeps their population either dying in agony or confined to a prison cell where they have always belonged.
I love the way it screws up their faces. There is nothing more pathetic than the stupid face of a meth user. You can always tell who they are by that hollow, vacant, white trash look. Even the black meth addicts look like white trash. How is that even possible? Being so easy to spot means that it is just as easy to avoid these human dumpsters and continue your day without being subjected to them for more than a few brief, fart-like moments.
I love the way it occasionally blows up their homes. What could be better than reading about a meth house that has exploded and taken the lives of 6 or 7 users/sellers while simultaneously ridding the neighborhood of their sore-covered genitalia and the cursed offspring they are likely to breed.
I love the way it keeps them out of the socio-political loop. These idiots do not vote, they do not run for office. They don't really do much of anything. They just sit in crappy, rundown homes, beat each other up occasionally and ignore the real world for the most part. Perfect. We do not have to worry about them passing any laws making it a requirement to have a flag in your window as a curtain.
I love the way it lets me purchase expensive electronics equipment for rock bottom prices. There is always some strung out meth user wanting to get rid of his CD player for another tiny little bag of his powdered saviour. I make it a practice to always know the going rate of the smallest possible sellable portion of meth. This is the price I offer the idiot for his goods. Meth + Capitalism = New CD player for less than a "go large" value meal.
I love the way it gives me the opportunity to use my firearm. If, by chance, a meth user wishes to break into my house to steal my CD player so he can sell it, rather than his own, I have a gift waiting for him. It's not a CD player but it will definitely rock his world. It's a Glock 17 with law enforcement capacity magazines and 16 rounds of high velocity hollow point ammunition. I almost salivate over the possibility of ridding the world of one of these pieces of filth while at the same time becoming a hero to my wife for saving the day. Please try to rob me.
I love meth. Users of this wonderful and abundant drug, please continue what you are doing. In fact, use more. Up your dosage. I'm in the market for a new DVD player.
For someone who doesn't use meth, everyone seems to think that you know what you are talking about. I wouldn't know myself. The only thing I recognized is the fact that you sound like a copy sittin in his cruiser with nothing to do but go onto to topix.com on your on-board computer and write crap like this. Yes, you can spell and great creativity...., but don't you have anything better to do with your good writing skills than to spend time writing useless crap like this?

Let me inspire you. Why don't you go to this forum below, read all the posts on it....and then write a book about it. You would do a great job at that since you are a great writer!

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