The REAL mindset of AOL unstables and...
JennyISGrotesque

United States

#23 Jan 4, 2013
Commerical:

Kids, if you dont want to be a loser that lies, hides, conceals, unemployed, do nothing loser, lives in his dark basement, painting tonka trucks at 50

View this picture: desire belmore

Scared.straight! Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
RealTruth

United States

#24 Jan 4, 2013
Oh, this is so wonderful! Drug addicts in Colorado voted in legalized pot and 50% of the annual revenue from taxation of pot will go to education. How nice! Where will the revenue come from for more drug facilities? Death recovery for more fatal accidents? The state is one big pothead!
RealTruth

United States

#25 Jan 4, 2013
Does Colorado have the D.A.R.E. Program? LOL!!
Maybe the drug tax can sponsor the D.A.R.E LMFAO!!
Dodson

AOL

#27 Jan 5, 2013
RealTruth wrote:
Does Colorado have the D.A.R.E. Program? LOL!!
Maybe the drug tax can sponsor the D.A.R.E LMFAO!!
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
"The DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program that was used in the public school system a lot during the late 90's is still in existence; however, it is not as popular as it once was. The reason for its drop in popularity is because it actually caused more kids to start trying drugs instead of having them stay away from them."
Dodson

AOL

#28 Jan 5, 2013
Ficticious 007 wrote:
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Damn right it was Patty's fault Nicole died. Patty knew that town is plagued with drunks and drug users. She said so herself..... she named names. She was living with a man whose own son and daughter are substance abusers. She did not take the girls to a better town, a better family, a better life. They grew up with drunks and druggies. Nicole died believing drunks and druggies were good friends.
Amen - Donovan killed her own daughter!
Dodson

AOL

#29 Jan 5, 2013
RealTruth wrote:
Oh, this is so wonderful! Drug addicts in Colorado voted in legalized pot and 50% of the annual revenue from taxation of pot will go to education. How nice! Where will the revenue come from for more drug facilities? Death recovery for more fatal accidents? The state is one big pothead!
It'll go to the same place alcohol revenue and taxation goes. Just ask Moe!
Numbers Dont Lie

West Grove, PA

#30 Jan 5, 2013
JennyISGrotesque wrote:
27000 people effected or killed directly related to drugs. But ask an AOL lunatic and Belmore, they will tell you none of those drug addicts smoked pot!
15000 lives destroyed by drunk drivers annually not to mention the 100,000s lives that are forever effected by those lives taken
22000 children each year drug overdose because their parents didnt use drugs around them as children, ask the AOL losers and Belmore.
A drug addict liberal:
Pot is not anymore dangerous than alcohol
We know, so instead of 15000 dead by drunk drivers lets legalize it everywhere so we have 30,000 dead annually! Its their fault for being in society with DRUNKS and Druggies.
Colorado, will make all the other states not legalize the gateway drug!
Ask a crazy AOL drug addict and Desire Belmore, its ok to do drugs in front of kids!
Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States. Each year, an estimated 443,000 people die prematurely from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke, and another 8.6 million live with a serious illness caused by smoking. Despite these risks, approximately 46.6 million U.S. adults smoke cigarettes.

WHICH INCLUDES PATTY DONOVAN

NOW COMPARE THOSE NUMBERS, DUMBASS!
Numbers Dont Lie

West Grove, PA

#31 Jan 5, 2013
On average, children in NH make 1,737 Emergency Department visits for asthma related symptoms and 12,523 visits for respiratory tract infections annually.

In NH about half of Middle School and three-quarters of High School students surveyed, report exposure to second-hand smoke.

In NH about half of Middle School and three-quarters of High School students surveyed, report exposure to SHS.

Smoking in a small space, like a car, produces dangerous levels of secondhand smoke in a short amount of time.

Having an open window or running the air conditioner does not clear the air.

Tobacco smoke leaves behind solid particles on furniture, drapes and carpets. Particles also remain on clothing. You can keep your children and pets safe from these particles by smoking outside.

DID CHAIN-SMOKING GRAMMY HUG HER GRANDCHILDREN TODAY?
JennyISGrotesque

United States

#32 Jan 5, 2013
Numbers Dont Lie wrote:
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Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of disease, disability, and death in the United States. Each year, an estimated 443,000 people die prematurely from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke, and another 8.6 million live with a serious illness caused by smoking. Despite these risks, approximately 46.6 million U.S. adults smoke cigarettes.
WHICH INCLUDES PATTY DONOVAN
NOW COMPARE THOSE NUMBERS, DUMBASS!
Is that all you have?
JennyISGrotesque

United States

#33 Jan 5, 2013
An appropriate blog to post it on. Comparing mind altering drugs LOL

92% of illicit drug abusers smoke tobacco lol
JennyISGrotesque

United States

#34 Jan 5, 2013
Numbers Dont Lie wrote:
On average, children in NH make 1,737 Emergency Department visits for asthma related symptoms and 12,523 visits for respiratory tract infections annually.
In NH about half of Middle School and three-quarters of High School students surveyed, report exposure to second-hand smoke.
In NH about half of Middle School and three-quarters of High School students surveyed, report exposure to SHS.
Smoking in a small space, like a car, produces dangerous levels of secondhand smoke in a short amount of time.
Having an open window or running the air conditioner does not clear the air.
Tobacco smoke leaves behind solid particles on furniture, drapes and carpets. Particles also remain on clothing. You can keep your children and pets safe from these particles by smoking outside.
DID CHAIN-SMOKING GRAMMY HUG HER GRANDCHILDREN TODAY?
how many of those numbers are second hand pot smoke? Belmore and Cullinan do BOTH and in front of minors which its ILLEGAL!
Brian Leblanc

United States

#35 Jan 5, 2013
Ficticious 007 wrote:
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Damn right it was Patty's fault Nicole died. Patty knew that town is plagued with drunks and drug users. She said so herself..... she named names. She was living with a man whose own son and daughter are substance abusers. She did not take the girls to a better town, a better family, a better life. They grew up with drunks and druggies. Nicole died believing drunks and druggies were good friends.
My parents are drug addicts, my uncle desire belmore is a drug addict. He IS why Im dead
Brian Leblanc

United States

#36 Jan 5, 2013
My entire family are drug addicts
Ellen Gagnon
Wayne Leblanc
Desire Belmore
Eddie Belmore
Mauricia Flagg
Deed Belmore
Dylan Belmore

Yep its their fault Im DEAD
Numbers Dont Lie

West Grove, PA

#37 Jan 5, 2013
JennyISGrotesque wrote:
An appropriate blog to post it on. Comparing mind altering drugs LOL
92% of illicit drug abusers smoke tobacco lol
A Yale study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that people who used alcohol or tobacco in their youth are almost twice as likely to abuse prescription opiate drugs than those who only used marijuana.

Researchers were careful to specify that any youth substance abuse, including just marijuana use, makes people more than twice as likely to abuse prescription opiate drugs in young adulthood. However, the study’s authors noted that clinical data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that of the 12 percent of young adults who said they’d abused prescription opiates,“prevalence of previous substance use was 57% for alcohol, 56% for cigarettes, and 34% for marijuana.”

The Centers for Disease Control said in January that prescription opiate overdoses kill more Americans every year than cocaine and heroin overdoses combined.
Brian Leblanc

United States

#38 Jan 5, 2013
Numbers Dont Lie wrote:
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A Yale study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that people who used alcohol or tobacco in their youth are almost twice as likely to abuse prescription opiate drugs than those who only used marijuana.
Researchers were careful to specify that any youth substance abuse, including just marijuana use, makes people more than twice as likely to abuse prescription opiate drugs in young adulthood. However, the study’s authors noted that clinical data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that of the 12 percent of young adults who said they’d abused prescription opiates,“prevalence of previous substance use was 57% for alcohol, 56% for cigarettes, and 34% for marijuana.”
The Centers for Disease Control said in January that prescription opiate overdoses kill more Americans every year than cocaine and heroin overdoses combined.
LOL@ defending the use of illicit , mind altering drugs LOL!! More proof AOL crazies are drug addicts
Brian Leblanc

United States

#39 Jan 5, 2013
27000 youth drug overdose annually
Brian Leblanc

United States

#40 Jan 5, 2013
Im one of them!! Desire Belmores cousin!
Numbers Dont Lie

Santa Clara, CA

#41 Jan 6, 2013
Brian Leblanc wrote:
27000 youth drug overdose annually
443,000 tobacco related deaths annually. And your point is? Can you not see the vast difference in the numbers?
MyNewPost

United States

#42 Jan 6, 2013
Numbers Dont Lie wrote:
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443,000 tobacco related deaths annually. And your point is? Can you not see the vast difference in the numbers?
Psst AOL drug addict, condoning illicit drugs being used in front of minors
15000 in drunk driving fatalities not to mention 52,000 permenantly crippled/impaired
27000 drug overdosed annually not to mention
158, 000 in drug related deaths
52,000 in drug related accidents/shootings
70 billion in drug courts/ facilities
152 million families effected by drugs/ drug addict family,member
Not to mention the Federal Governments pork waste programs for DRUNK commerical airline pilots to drug addict football players
Nothing compares to drug addict , drunks!

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#43 Jan 6, 2013
MyNewPost wrote:
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Nothing compares to drug addict , drunks!
Oh? Has Moe quit drinking?

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