California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

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Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13337 Nov 27, 2012
Negative Lumen wrote:
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So worldly and well traveled- what a treat it is for the rest of us to see how learned and aquatinted with the foreign cultures you have become.
And here I was ready to call Xerox in the humbling discovery at your staggering ability not only to read the information but to copy it down-
Dazzling.
Is anyone really surprised that you miss the point?
Seriously, it's not that likely you've been to any of these places.
And the experience of your experience is no experience.
Once again, just insults, it's sad you can't comment on the content.
Scapegoats n Blacksheep

Santa Cruz, CA

#13338 Nov 27, 2012
Big D wrote:
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either way, I am not worried.
If one of the billions of Gods that man has believed in over the last few millions years happens to be true, and if I would be tortured for not worshiping it, then I am good as I wouldn’t worship that under any circumstances whatsoever anyway.
I am not judging any particular god, I am judging what people say about the supposedly "holy" being they happen to believe in.
Not about to worship what they are describing, even if it was true.( in fact particularly if it was true )
I hope I didn't come off as overly preachy or Sanctamonius, I took your comment to be about faith.
I suppose the words we choose and their subjective meaning makes all the difference.
I don't want to submit to meteors and solar flares, or hurricanes and earthquakes. And the claims of nature, large and small, from microbes to hordes of ignorant dumbasses all around- some problems and the challenges they present are a little beyond my scale.
How can you not describe it?
And yet we don't confuse the menu for the meal.
You're good, man.
Stay wakeful my friends.
XX
Exhoss

La Puente, CA

#13339 Nov 27, 2012
Worst of all she is a Republican and she got caught.

Ceremonial position as honorary consul for South Korea because she allegedly tried to “peddle influence” and profit off business deals.
Scapegoats n Blacksheep

Santa Cruz, CA

#13340 Nov 27, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Once again, just insults, it's sad you can't comment on the content.
Worship=Learning
Judging=Understanding
Ignorance=Torture
Riccardo=Dumb Ass
(I kept it simple, baby legs.)

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13341 Nov 27, 2012
Big D wrote:
<quoted text>
either way, I am not worried.
If one of the billions of Gods that man has believed in over the last few millions years happens to be true, and if I would be tortured for not worshiping it, then I am good as I wouldn’t worship that under any circumstances whatsoever anyway.
I am not judging any particular god, I am judging what people say about the supposedly "holy" being they happen to believe in.
Not about to worship what they are describing, even if it was true.( in fact particularly if it was true )
who gave u the right to judge others?
Exhoss

La Puente, CA

#13342 Nov 27, 2012
Oh darn, there goes another country Republicans can't visit anymore.

The German government is about to reintroduce a ban on bestiality, after pressure from animal welfare groups.
I Lost My Indian Drum

Santa Cruz, CA

#13343 Nov 27, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>who gave u the right to judge others?
Who gave it to you?
Constantly looking for trouble- if you test a person to ignore their higher nature, watch out!
They just might.
It's cute on the Internet and no harm done but I have to tell you it's a reckless habit.
It's ironic to see a blind man in sunglasses.
It's absurd to see the leg less at Foot Locker.
But to serve a fool his comeuppance- that is something to behold.
Too bad you're never in on it.
I guess some babies have to touch the stove more than once to learn.
Mr Anderson

Anderson, CA

#13344 Nov 27, 2012
Scapegoats n Blacksheep wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope I didn't come off as overly preachy or Sanctamonius, I took your comment to be about faith.
I suppose the words we choose and their subjective meaning makes all the difference.
I don't want to submit to meteors and solar flares, or hurricanes and earthquakes. And the claims of nature, large and small, from microbes to hordes of ignorant dumbasses all around- some problems and the challenges they present are a little beyond my scale.
How can you not describe it?
And yet we don't confuse the menu for the meal.
You're good, man.
Stay wakeful my friends.
XX
well he is right you did kinda miss the point.

we all know that full legalization isnt really a reality anywhere..

I think I said decriminalization.....why dont you check my post?

when the authoroities give up the "war" on drugs....

and decriminalize it? the results are decreased usage.....

at least in w.europe, and canada..

fact.
Mr Anderson

Anderson, CA

#13345 Nov 27, 2012
whoops soqul, I meant to respond to reichardo, not you....
Drum Found

Santa Cruz, CA

#13346 Nov 27, 2012
It's cool.
Exhoss

La Puente, CA

#13347 Nov 27, 2012
There has never been a complaint. So whats your point?
Big D

Modesto, CA

#13348 Nov 27, 2012
Scapegoats n Blacksheep wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope I didn't come off as overly preachy or Sanctamonius, I took your comment to be about faith.
I suppose the words we choose and their subjective meaning makes all the difference.
I don't want to submit to meteors and solar flares, or hurricanes and earthquakes. And the claims of nature, large and small, from microbes to hordes of ignorant dumbasses all around- some problems and the challenges they present are a little beyond my scale.
How can you not describe it?
And yet we don't confuse the menu for the meal.
You're good, man.
Stay wakeful my friends.
XX
Not at all, we are good :)
Exhoss

La Puente, CA

#13349 Nov 27, 2012
There has never been a complaint.

So whats your point?

P.S. if your going to start crying go find Willard Mitt Romney.
Dumb Fond

Santa Cruz, CA

#13350 Nov 27, 2012
By comparison, other posters were giving me the impression I was difficult to understand. But I feel ready to address any flaws which may exist in my expressions.
(there is a lot to know)
I think Riccardo might be taking things too seriously- I mean, think what ever you want. Nobody's freakin' stopping you- obviously.
I'm just playing. As far as convincing someone of the merit in one's beliefs, it doesn't seem like he can convince anyone but himself. Even then, he's a little shakey.
But go ahead Riccardo- reinvent the wheel. Fly that kite Ben Franklin. Put two keys on it and do it even better!
I have to recharge my phone.
Exhoss

La Puente, CA

#13351 Nov 27, 2012
Angus Jones said he felt drawn to God after a tough time in his life when his parents were going through a divorce and he experimented with drugs.
Dumb Fond

Santa Cruz, CA

#13352 Nov 27, 2012
Exhoss wrote:
Angus Jones said he felt drawn to God after a tough time in his life when his parents were going through a divorce and he experimented with drugs.
And Kim Jong Un is the sexiest man alive.
Having a sense of humor could go a long way in helping to separate what is sincere and what is a joke.
Dumb Fond

Santa Cruz, CA

#13353 Nov 27, 2012
But then you have that as a problem.
I wonder, was it the divorce or the drugs that brought him to God.
My guess is, a bit of both- that's an old story.
T Jones

La Puente, CA

#13354 Nov 27, 2012
his boy has been sitting to close to the curch or someone in it or the other way around?

Angus Jones has apologized to his "Two and a Half Men" colleagues for publicly trashing the hit sitcom, "one of the most significant experiences" in his life.

The 19-year-old has played Jon Cryer's onscreen son Jake Harper but has openly criticized the show, insisting that it's full of "filth."
Dumb Fond

Santa Cruz, CA

#13355 Nov 27, 2012
T Jones wrote:
his boy has been sitting to close to the curch or someone in it or the other way around?
Angus Jones has apologized to his "Two and a Half Men" colleagues for publicly trashing the hit sitcom, "one of the most significant experiences" in his life.
The 19-year-old has played Jon Cryer's onscreen son Jake Harper but has openly criticized the show, insisting that it's full of "filth."
That's not a cannabis problem. Try coffee.
Moniker

La Puente, CA

#13356 Nov 27, 2012
These are almost direct quotes from the mouth of Rush Limbaugh

This is the typical paranoia and hyperbole that characterize the daily nine hours of right-wing talk radio we get from Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, Sussman, etc., along with the additional nonsense that Obama is a foreign-born, radical leftist, socialist, Muslim sympathizer.

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