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curious

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#1 Aug 4, 2012
Curious does Morgan County probation office test the temp. On there random drug test...
just saying

Wartburg, TN

#2 Aug 4, 2012
yes they do
geeze

Knoxville, TN

#3 Aug 4, 2012
curious wrote:
Curious does Morgan County probation office test the temp. On there random drug test...
Quit doing drugs and you won't have to worry about it.
uh huh

Cambridge, MA

#4 Nov 23, 2012
doing drugs is a personal choice. we have to get out here and help you survive dont we? can you survive on your own? so since i have to stock the shelf with your food, cant i have some personal freedom?
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#5 Nov 23, 2012
geeze wrote:
Quit doing drugs and you won't have to worry about it.
people like you make me sick. i bet you enjoy your drugs..... television, video games, automobiles......... do you make all these things? no. so all of us have to get up real early to make these things for you, to feed your addictions. geeze
uhmmm

Oak Ridge, TN

#6 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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people like you make me sick. i bet you enjoy your drugs..... television, video games, automobiles......... do you make all these things? no. so all of us have to get up real early to make these things for you, to feed your addictions. geeze
You can't draw a parallel between television and drugs. Watching television isn't illegal.

Are you really that ignorant?
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#7 Nov 23, 2012
uhmmm wrote:
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You can't draw a parallel between television and drugs. Watching television isn't illegal.
Are you really that ignorant?
television only feeds violence, sex, materialism, greed, and fear into our psyches. does legality determine morality?

we are also drug away from our families to contribute to this materialistic addiction. now whats your argument
uhmmm

Oak Ridge, TN

#8 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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television only feeds violence, sex, materialism, greed, and fear into our psyches. does legality determine morality?
we are also drug away from our families to contribute to this materialistic addiction. now whats your argument
A fallacy. Perhaps you should better understand the basics of argument formation prior to "pretending" that you're making a "valid" point.

Again, drugs are illegal; watching television is not. There is a reason for this. You simply cannot draw a parallel or correlate the two. Well you can, but it only proves that you're far more ignorant than an average monkey.
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#9 Nov 23, 2012
uhmmm wrote:
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A fallacy. Perhaps you should better understand the basics of argument formation prior to "pretending" that you're making a "valid" point.
Again, drugs are illegal; watching television is not. There is a reason for this. You simply cannot draw a parallel or correlate the two. Well you can, but it only proves that you're far more ignorant than an average monkey.
where is the fallacy?

portraying death, murder, rape, promiscuous sex, advertising products we dont even need yet we buy anyway because the commercial was appealing..... plus television advertises these very drugs! every night! pills pills pills.... viagra to have sex, breathing pills, depression pills etc.

and we have to contribute to this madness because society expects video games, televisions, anti-depression medication, etc, because they are addicted to these things.

simultaneously, you must work for other people to purchase these things from other people, you are dependent on others for your materialistic wants. doesnt that sound like an addict? next argument?
uhmmm

Oak Ridge, TN

#10 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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where is the fallacy?
portraying death, murder, rape, promiscuous sex, advertising products we dont even need yet we buy anyway because the commercial was appealing..... plus television advertises these very drugs! every night! pills pills pills.... viagra to have sex, breathing pills, depression pills etc.
and we have to contribute to this madness because society expects video games, televisions, anti-depression medication, etc, because they are addicted to these things.
simultaneously, you must work for other people to purchase these things from other people, you are dependent on others for your materialistic wants. doesnt that sound like an addict? next argument?
Drugs are bad. Drugs are illegal.

There is no correlation, no matter how you try to rationalize it.

You have no argument. Period.
uh huh

Cambridge, MA

#11 Nov 23, 2012
uhmmm wrote:
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Drugs are bad. Drugs are illegal.
There is no correlation, no matter how you try to rationalize it.
You have no argument. Period.
drugs CAN have negative results when used irresponsibly.

if drugs are bad, then you shouldnt even be ingesting advil.

again, does legality determine morality? you did not address this.

there is a correlation. media advertises drugs. drugs are sold for profit, legally. also, television and film portrays drug use as comedy, there are numerous examples. next argument?

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#12 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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drugs CAN have negative results when used irresponsibly.
You are incorrect. Even the first time use of meth produces negative consequences. Invalid argument.
uh huh wrote:
if drugs are bad, then you shouldnt even be ingesting advil.
This is completely irrelevant considering the context the poster was talking about [illegal] drugs.
uh huh wrote:
again, does legality determine morality?
He didn't, but I will. No, specifically, it does not. Eating dog shit is technically legal, too.

Since 90% of the monkeys on this thread are pot-smoking fuckwit morons (shocking, I know), I'm going to chime-in on the "anti-legalization" side of the drug debate-table. Mostly because dismantling your dumbass imbecilic arguments is simply too damn entertaining to me.

Thus 'lil children, set aside your bag of Cheetos and turn-down Springer, because Daddy is going to e-smack the i-shit out of you pothead fuckwits for a few moments.

So, lets first look at one of the most common "arguments" you asshats regurgitate on a regular basis..."Alcohol is legal, then why not pot??"

Of course and what a fine argument that is. Beer and liquor are legal, and you never see anyone addicted to and/or abusing alcohol.

Way too go Skippy. Sit down, I'm not done.

The next "comparison" you bong-gurgling jizzmops roll-out on a consistent basis is the idea that "legalizing drugs could make money for the state/country/bla bla bla..."

Let's draw a parallel, shall we?

Our government spends billions of tax dollars a year paying public defenders and criminal defense attorneys to represent murders and rapists, when these "criminals" can't effort their own attorney.

If we were to simply legalize murder and rape, we could tax the murders and rapists for each murder and rape they commit. It would generate a lot of revenue for the state. Everyone could easily get rid of the people in their life they don't like. Not to mention all the great sex.

It's a win-win, really.

You see, my 'lil stoned shitheels of society, the simple truth is this... No one gives a fuck about your silly, little, dumbass arguments.

I'll type that slowly, so those of you that are currently stoned, can read it better...

No... one... cares... about... what... you... think... dumbass.

You're not interested in "fairness," "freedom" or "helping the economy." You want to sit in your low-income apartment and/or mom's basement, collect government funding and bake your brains away without criminal consequences.

See, my "argument" is simple. The only people who truly care about "legalizing drugs," are the exact same people who's opinions simply don't matter.

You don't see doctors, lawyers and accountants with "legalize it" stickers on their shitbox 1972 VW Buses.

The only people concerned with legalizing drugs, deliver my pizzas.

No one wants your thoughts on society, freedom and government. We want our pizzas to be delivered hot, and in under 30 minutes.

Now get to it, before my CheezyBread gets cold.
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#13 Nov 23, 2012
God ls Dead wrote:
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No... one... cares... about... what... you... think... dumbass.
You're not interested in "fairness," "freedom" or "helping the economy." You want to sit in your low-income apartment and/or mom's basement, collect government funding and bake your brains away without criminal consequences.
See, my "argument" is simple. The only people who truly care about "legalizing drugs," are the exact same people who's opinions simply don't matter.
You don't see doctors, lawyers and accountants with "legalize it" stickers on their shitbox 1972 VW Buses.
The only people concerned with legalizing drugs, deliver my pizzas.
No one wants your thoughts on society, freedom and government. We want our pizzas to be delivered hot, and in under 30 minutes.
i am not advocating meth, but even meth use can be safe when the user is solitary. ultimately we will all die. isnt that dangerous?

and you must address WHY certain substances are illegal...... it is not necessarily all based in care. you seem like you care

your argument boils down to greed. that is the main reason certain drugs are illegal.

we cannot utilize certain substances, because individuals such as this, demand that THEIR wants be fulfilled. you fear that your materialistic, greed-motivated society will collapse if everyone is intoxicated. it is about your wants, your superficial, whimsical wants, and you advocate controlling others to sustain this. your superfluous and agitated response signifies your egotistical perspective.

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#14 Nov 23, 2012
I'm going to entertain your "arguments" simply because I find it hilarious watching you formulate these so called rationalities.
uh huh wrote:
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i am not advocating meth, but even meth use can be safe when the user is solitary.
Are you seriously saying that meth can be safely used? Are you medically stupid? Seriously?

All it takes is one time to kill someone.

Another invalid argument.
uh huh wrote:
ultimately we will all die. isnt that dangerous?
We all die? Oh shit, I must have missed that memo.
uh huh wrote:
and you must address WHY certain substances are illegal......
I did. If you cannot comprehend what you read, then perhaps you're in the wrong place.
uh huh wrote:
it is not necessarily all based in care. you seem like you care
your argument boils down to greed. that is the main reason certain drugs are illegal.
The only thing you've actually done is "rant" like a prepubescent monkey flinging digital poo.

Twice you've alluded to a "conspiracy" against marijuana, in some juvenile attempt to subtly claim that "the Man is keeping you down." You are as cliche', irrelevant and boring, as ever.

You see Princess, when I said that "you don't matter," I literally meant it. The reason marijuana and other drugs are illegal, is due entirely to the fact that they do not contribute anything to society. "Contribution" is one of the founding principles of our legal system.

In other words, nothing "good" nor "productive" comes from you sitting in grandma's basement, getting stoned.
-- You're not more creative.
-- You're not more productive.
-- You're not working.
-- You're not adding to the economy.
-- You're not contributing back to the populous, whatsoever.
uh huh wrote:
we cannot utilize certain substances, because individuals such as this, demand that THEIR wants be fulfilled. you fear that your materialistic, greed-motivated society will collapse if everyone is intoxicated. it is about your wants, your superficial, whimsical wants, and you advocate controlling others to sustain this. your superfluous and agitated response signifies your egotistical perspective.
In short, it has been scientifically proven that all drugs causes you to be fucking worthless as a human being, on a medical level. If you don't believe me, go Google, then come back smarter.
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#15 Nov 23, 2012
God ls Dead wrote:
........sitting in grandma's basement, getting stoned.
-- You're not more creative.
-- You're not more productive.
-- You're not working.
-- You're not adding to the economy.
-- You're not contributing back to the populous, whatsoever.
<quoted text>
In short, it has been scientifically proven that all drugs causes you to be fucking worthless as a human being, on a medical level. If you don't believe me, go Google, then come back smarter.
- im not contributing to your materialistic, shallow greed

thanks for verifying my central points.

my reference to death inferred that we all will die, so why is the endangerment of a drug any worse than the naturally arranged path?

i alluded to no conspiracy; i alluded to the main underlying reason for prohibition

one use of meth is bad, possibly fatal........ that is relative to the fact that stepping into a vehicle (with seatbelt utilized) could be potentially fatal as well.

again, i would like to thank you for verifying my points

and keep reading nietzsche

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#16 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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- im not contributing to your materialistic, shallow greed
thanks for verifying my central points.
my reference to death inferred that we all will die, so why is the endangerment of a drug any worse than the naturally arranged path?
i alluded to no conspiracy; i alluded to the main underlying reason for prohibition

again, i would like to thank you for verifying my points
and keep reading nietzsche
Thanks for allowing the reading audience to take note of your inability to comprehend what you read, and further proving the point that you're a complete idiot.

Specific drugs are illegal for a reason. Ironically, you're too naive to actually figure out why, despite me and others telling you specifically.

You're trying to rationalize an issue with out-of-context points. It doesn't work, despite how it "sounds good" in that feeble brain of yours. If attempted to draw parallels with subjects that have no relevance.

In other words, there is a reason why your opinion doesn't matter; hence why specific drugs are still illegal. Not because of this huge conspiracy of "greed."
uh huh wrote:
one use of meth is bad, possibly fatal........ that is relative to the fact that stepping into a vehicle (with seatbelt utilized) could be potentially fatal as well.
Are you typing with your face? It's not "relative" to anything. This is another invalid parallel.

Eating dog shit could potentially be fatal, too. These parallels are invalid considering that you're trying to connect them with illegal versus legal actions.

Keep trying with those "points," Peanut. I'm sure you'll go far with your rationality. The only thing that has been validated on this forum for the reading audience is your complete ignorance.

Now get back to work. My pizza is suppose to be delivered within 30 minutes. The clock is ticking ...
uh huh

Cambridge, MA

#17 Nov 23, 2012
God ls Dead wrote:
.........In other words, there is a reason why your opinion doesn't matter; hence why specific drugs are still illegal. Not because of this huge conspiracy of "greed."
<quoted text>
Are you typing with your face? It's not "relative" to anything. This is another invalid parallel.
Eating dog shit could potentially be fatal, too. These parallels are invalid considering that you're trying to connect them with illegal versus legal actions.
Keep trying with those "points," Peanut. I'm sure you'll go far with your rationality. The only thing that has been validated on this forum for the reading audience is your complete ignorance.
Now get back to work. My pizza is suppose to be delivered within 30 minutes. The clock is ticking ...
the only argument, other than sustenance of society (materialism), that you propose is that of health (medical) risks.

my medical status is my personal concern, not yours. i do not participate in government programs.

i will overlook all the previous points you neglected.

if i am expected to contribute to your wants, in this case, pizza delivery, then why are my wants overlooked? it is due to greed. your wants take priority over others wants.

you rely on a legal system that delegates 10 year sentences to murderers and rapists? sounds logical. next argument?

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#18 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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the only argument, other than sustenance of society (materialism), that you propose is that of health (medical) risks.
I suggest you read through again, because you would be incorrect.

Reading comprehension isn't a strong attribute for you, is it?
uh huh wrote:
my medical status is my personal concern, not yours. i do not participate in government programs.
Yes, you do. If you really think that you don't, then you're more ignorant than I originally thought.
uh huh wrote:
if i am expected to contribute to your wants, in this case, pizza delivery, then why are my wants overlooked? it is due to greed. your wants take priority over others wants.
Your "wants" are not overlooked. If you want to partake in the use of illicit drugs, then nothing is stopping you. Just be prepared, however, that your actions are illegal.

This creating parallels between legal and illegal activities is moot. I'm not sure why you continue to focus your feeble "arguments" against something completely irrelevant.
uh huh wrote:
you rely on a legal system that delegates 10 year sentences to murderers and rapists? sounds logical. next argument?
I'm part of that legal system. You, too, rely on that system. Another completely moot point.
uh huh

Herndon, VA

#19 Nov 23, 2012
God ls Dead wrote:
Your "wants" are not overlooked. If you want to partake in the use of illicit drugs, then nothing is stopping you. Just be prepared, however, that your actions are illegal.
This creating parallels between legal and illegal activities is moot. I'm not sure why you continue to focus your feeble "arguments" against something completely irrelevant.
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I'm part of that legal system. You, too, rely on that system. Another completely moot point.
please, reiterate the point i missed (other than health/societal concerns), because i cannot find it.

i do not participate in governmental medical assistance. i do not visit doctors.

the legal system is supported in part by tax payer dollars. it is not a dictatorship sponsored by the people.

i care not who you may be associated with.

your arrogance validates my entire premise. if you werent scared of losing something, you would not make this much of an effort.

back to your cubicle doctor

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#20 Nov 23, 2012
uh huh wrote:
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please, reiterate the point i missed (other than health/societal concerns), because i cannot find it.
Contribution, for starters.
uh huh wrote:
i do not participate in governmental medical assistance. i do not visit doctors.
That's not what you said. You said you did not participate in government programs, not assistance programs. There is a difference, and you do participate in government programs. Further, if you want to get technical, you will, at some point, partake in governmental assistance.
uh huh wrote:
the legal system is supported in part by tax payer dollars. it is not a dictatorship sponsored by the people.
You're trying to "educate" me on the structure of the legal system. Funny.
uh huh wrote:
your arrogance validates my entire premise.
Your ignorance validated mine. Interesting how that works, eh?
uh huh wrote:
if you werent scared of losing something, you would not make this much of an effort.
For the last time, illicit drugs are not a parallel to arguments based on legal activities.

In your mind, however, it appears to be "logical." Interesting.
uh huh wrote:
back to your cubicle doctor
Is this a poor regurgitated attempt at you trying to be "funny?" Or witty? If so, you've failed miserably.

It doesn't matter. It is abundantly clear to everyone that I proverbially made you my e-bitch.

Everyone here as already discounted your ridiculously juvenile argument, and forgotten you.

You lost. Acknowledge and move on.

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