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Hudson, NY

#113 Jan 24, 2013
Mr Nebbercracker wrote:
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if you know so much...who are the big fish?
danti tallone
slimer shadier

United States

#114 Jan 26, 2013
Malonian wrote:
<quoted text>This is a very wise statement they don't care if they are getting 12, 13 yr old kids strung out on this poison either. Who knows how much of a foothold these skanky bastards ALREADY HAVE in the community??????http://www.topi CSKMB94PHP52HT/post1
I think you need to be concerned with the beer in every stores, all the DRUG stores through town and maybe very thing you despise look at a DR as the very thing you despise...How many heroin addicts around and how many pill addict?Do the frigging math smarty fuckin know it all!
concerned malonian

New York, NY

#115 Feb 15, 2013
When is chad gilmnan and the rest of the scumbags being sentenced? or did the sing and cut a deal?????

New York, NY

#116 Feb 16, 2013
Hopefully in will all be resolved! Drugs are ruining our youth, communities and families!

New York, NY

#117 Feb 17, 2013
As long as distributors keep getting rich, they're here to stay.

Low level users and petty dealers are easy to bust. They are the most exposed. The distributors know that police like to backwards chain to get at them, that's why they erect firewalls-- of money, of loyalty, of whatever-- to keep that from happening.

Considering where we are, and what happens here, the fact that all of these police agencies here never seem to make a big bust kind of points to the fact that the so called 'War On Drugs' is futile. As long as there is demand, and police can't or won't take on the suppliers, this is our situation.

And dealers will ALWAYS prey on the young. They are vulnerable, because they think they're immortal. The incidence of new addiction among older people is very different from the incidence among teenagers. Habits like this need to be established young, even if the resulting death comes later.

If all this stuff were legal and regulated, I think we'd have a better handle on abuse issues.

If there were a legal, regulated outlet for the supply, the need to continually expand the market would be lessened. Suppliers would be known, and accountable to the regulated market.

Does this mean that no child, anywhere would ever have access? No. But kids would have less access than they have now, in an unregulated black market. Right now, drugs are easier for kids to get than booze, because of the regulated market.

Hopefully, with something like heroin or cocaine, doctors would be the gatekeepers by regulation. At the very least, this would be preferable to street dealers determining who gets what.

Or we can continue to keep throwing good money after bad, and every once in awhile bust a few street people to make the public think police are making a difference. Lives are ruined... less by the drug than by the law, in some cases. And the cycle continues, unabated.

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