Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug...

Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug charge

There are 13 comments on the Evening Sun story from Jan 6, 2009, titled Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug charge. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

A Thomasville man pleaded guilty in Adams County court last week to three counts of delivering a controlled substance.

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sk8er

Tuscaloosa, AL

#1 Jan 6, 2009
i know ill probally get some sh** for this but marijuana needs to be legal..or at least de-criminalized.then all this would have been avoided.
a big reason why there is violence and other bad stuff associated with pot is b/c its illegal.it would save money spent on putting pot heads in jail,and or probation and it would allow the goverment to tax it,therefor creating more revenue to be spaent on more important issues.
this debate will go on forever but i truly do believe de-criminalizing marijuana would be a great step for our country,or even state(at least medical)to make..
think what you want but marijuana helps alot of people.im not down with other drugs like heroin(which is what the police need to be cracking down on)or anyone under the age of 18 smoking pot but for adults marijuana is less dangerous then alcohol..
whens the last time you have heard of someone getting stoned(just on weed)and beating their wife or kids?or someone overdosing on pot?or running a red light and taking out innocent people?now think about it if it were alcohol....ill leave you with a quote...god made weed,man made beer,who do you trust?
Servant

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Jan 6, 2009
Most likely I will also hear about this, but I feel that the police need to stop agging on the sales. If they do not want it sold then they should not have those who have been busted for something to do their dirty work. I agree that marijuana is a weed. I have beed told by medical personal that to make it into a tea just like any other tea helps to calm a person. It is a herb just like some of the other herbs out there.
I do not agree with lacing the weed. The coke, lsd, angle dust, pcp to name a few is what needs to be gotton away from the public. When used under medical care is one thing but just to "get a buzz" I disagree with it. Why not just "get a buzz" off of life by doing something worth while.

Here's something that really gets me, some of the same ones that make the laws for the rest of us, breaks those same laws and gets away with it.
Lulu

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#3 Jan 6, 2009
Wow, a whole 1/4 ounce of pot off the streets!
They need to concentrate on the big time dealers selling the dangerous drugs and black market prescription drugs.

Since: Aug 08

Bernville, PA

#4 Jan 6, 2009
Its not the police that make it illegal...its your elected officials. People blame the police for doing their job when it is actually they elected officials that make your laws...
All INN

Tuscaloosa, AL

#5 Jan 6, 2009
Smoking a little pot helped me sleep at night while I was going through a divorce.

Since: Dec 08

Harrisburg, PA

#6 Jan 6, 2009
They ahve drugs in Thomasville? Wow. I bet its all at the wonderful RANCH!
Servant

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Jan 8, 2009
PurpleRavens wrote:
They ahve drugs in Thomasville? Wow. I bet its all at the wonderful RANCH!
Really, now how would we know that? LOL

Since: Dec 08

Harrisburg, PA

#8 Jan 8, 2009
That ol' Ranch is somethin else aint it? Lmao
sk8er

Reading, PA

#9 Jan 8, 2009
Making Sense of it All wrote:
Its not the police that make it illegal...its your elected officials. People blame the police for doing their job when it is actually they elected officials that make your laws...
im not blaming the police for anything..like you said they are just doing their job,and your 100% right when you say its our elected officals..i think we should be able to vote on it,just like with prop 8 in california..put it to the voters and let the american people decide.thats the world i one day want to live in..
Servant

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Jan 9, 2009
PurpleRavens wrote:
That ol' Ranch is somethin else aint it? Lmao
IT is! All they need is some "good old boys" with their horses running wild, Oh that's right they do! Did you see the mustangs the other night? LMHO

Since: Dec 08

Harrisburg, PA

#11 Jan 9, 2009
Servant wrote:
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IT is! All they need is some "good old boys" with their horses running wild, Oh that's right they do! Did you see the mustangs the other night? LMHO
I sure wish The Ranch would get a crowd once in awhile. Every time i been there it was dead. Why is always so dead? Aren't there very many gays in this area?

Since: Jun 08

Not Waynesboro or Hagerstown

#12 Jan 9, 2009
You a pole-smoker Flip? I never would've guessed. lol

Since: Dec 08

Harrisburg, PA

#13 Jan 9, 2009
GenPatton wrote:
You a pole-smoker Flip? I never would've guessed. lol
Hellz no Patton but ive been there twice with my girlfriend. She likes to dance so thats why we went. it was better than having to be harassed at another bar full of male egos that think their god's gift to women. Been to the Farm too as well as The Cottage. The Cottage is cleaner, The Farm is easier place to hook up though.

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