Marijuana Debate - Jackson, MS

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ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#261 Mar 19, 2014
Rockhound wrote:
The last words of the drug warriors will be a lot of illogical shouts, followed by a few final rattling gasps.
One day, about 63 million years ago, a 6 mile wide asteroid wiped out T. rex and all the other non-bird dinosaurs.
I see another Tyrant lizard king faced with similar extinction.
The asteroid idea is a myth according to the History channel. Now the scientist believe a virus claimed the dinosaurs. As the animals died, the ones that came along and ate their flesh died too. We will never know what happened .
Zebo

Milan, TN

#262 Mar 23, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> The asteroid idea is a myth according to the History channel. Now the scientist believe a virus claimed the dinosaurs. As the animals died, the ones that came along and ate their flesh died too. We will never know what happened .
>Wow! That's some resume' you have there. Let's see:
>Drug Tester
>DEA Agent
>Climate Scientist
>Social Worker
>School Security Consultant
Did I miss anything?
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#263 Mar 24, 2014
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
>Wow! That's some resume' you have there. Let's see:
>Drug Tester
>DEA Agent
>Climate Scientist
>Social Worker
>School Security Consultant
Did I miss anything?
If you actually read a newspaper, watched the evening news, the History Channel, and A&E instead of wasting your off hours "Up In Smoke", you may have a little better insight of what is going on in the world outside the doors of your drug filled environment that has a door knock to signify FLUSH, FLUSH, FLUSH !!!!

Since: Mar 14

Ashburn, VA

#264 Apr 4, 2014
The meteor certianly did kill the non-bird dinosaurs. The rocks all around the world tell the same story. I have seen the evidence for myself, not just read about it in the psuedo-science section of the 'History' channel. They Hell creek formation in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota recorded all of this, and will tell the story in detail to anyone who will listen.
But how can you believe someone who has conversations with rocks, right?
Incidentally, this unit of rocks that contain T rex and his last subjects, also contains the appearance of cannabis in the fossil record. Therefore, I would say you are entirely ignorant on these details, or you would already have 'proven' that marijuana killed the dinosaurs.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#265 Apr 10, 2014
Rockhound42 wrote:
The meteor certianly did kill the non-bird dinosaurs. The rocks all around the world tell the same story. I have seen the evidence for myself, not just read about it in the psuedo-science section of the 'History' channel. They Hell creek formation in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota recorded all of this, and will tell the story in detail to anyone who will listen.
But how can you believe someone who has conversations with rocks, right?
Incidentally, this unit of rocks that contain T rex and his last subjects, also contains the appearance of cannabis in the fossil record. Therefore, I would say you are entirely ignorant on these details, or you would already have 'proven' that marijuana killed the dinosaurs.
Your mind was a terrible thing to waste.

Since: Mar 14

Ashburn, VA

#266 Apr 10, 2014
Lately it seems your responses apply to you better than those should be responding to. Talking to yourself, Thomas? First stages of alzheimer's? That is possibly one that cannabis can't help.
But it will help protect your neural sheaths in case of a stroke, help kill many of those pesky tumors, and also loosen up that constricted sphincter of yours.
Sneek Blee

Oklahoma City, OK

#267 Apr 10, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Your mind was a terrible thing to waste.
A closed mind doesn't need drugs, it's already wasted.
Zebo

Martin, TN

#268 Apr 17, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> If you actually read a newspaper, watched the evening news, the History Channel, and A&E instead of wasting your off hours "Up In Smoke", you may have a little better insight of what is going on in the world outside the doors of your drug filled environment that has a door knock to signify FLUSH, FLUSH, FLUSH !!!!
Quoting from your college-level geology courses? You're talking to someone who (in 1990) made the dean's list with a 3.8 GPA in his freshman year while "Up In Smoke". So much for your "History Channel" degree.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#269 May 5, 2014
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
Quoting from your college-level geology courses? You're talking to someone who (in 1990) made the dean's list with a 3.8 GPA in his freshman year while "Up In Smoke". So much for your "History Channel" degree.
Whoopee do!!! There's people with degrees cutting grass, flipping burgers, working at Home Depot, Lowe's, and Walmart. Somewhere along the line they missed the point that a "degree" is worthless unless you know how to make it work for you. Without that it makes a good hall decoration.

Since: Jan 11

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#270 May 6, 2014
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
Quoting from your college-level geology courses? You're talking to someone who (in 1990) made the dean's list with a 3.8 GPA in his freshman year while "Up In Smoke". So much for your "History Channel" degree.
according to Thomas, you should be living under a bridge...along with all those other stoners. I'm still trying to find them, but I'm thinking that they're a figment of Thomas A's imagination, along with everything else he posts on here....

Since: Mar 14

Ashburn, VA

#271 May 6, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Whoopee do!!! There's people with degrees cutting grass, flipping burgers, working at Home Depot, Lowe's, and Walmart. Somewhere along the line they missed the point that a "degree" is worthless unless you know how to make it work for you. Without that it makes a good hall decoration.
Says the man who never made it to high school that gets his world view via television.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#272 May 7, 2014
Rockhound42 wrote:
<quoted text>Says the man who never made it to high school that gets his world view via television.
Yeah right!
Zebo

Martin, TN

#273 May 7, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Whoopee do!!! There's people with degrees cutting grass, flipping burgers, working at Home Depot, Lowe's, and Walmart. Somewhere along the line they missed the point that a "degree" is worthless unless you know how to make it work for you. Without that it makes a good hall decoration.
Maybe those who got the "easy A" degrees" However, I would love to see you go through the Chemistry, Computer Science, History and Geology couses I had to complete. Education is not just about becomming a robot wage slave, but being part of the well educated populace that Thomas Jefferson spoke of.

Oh. did I mention math?
ha ha haaaaaaa

Cantonment, FL

#274 May 7, 2014
Li'l Tommy is all over topix with his standard, one note BS.
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe those who got the "easy A" degrees" However, I would love to see you go through the Chemistry, Computer Science, History and Geology couses I had to complete. Education is not just about becomming a robot wage slave, but being part of the well educated populace that Thomas Jefferson spoke of.
Oh. did I mention math?
A sometimes interesting, always clueless, "puttin' on the Ritz" kinda troll. A troll's troll, even.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#275 May 9, 2014
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe those who got the "easy A" degrees" However, I would love to see you go through the Chemistry, Computer Science, History and Geology couses I had to complete. Education is not just about becomming a robot wage slave, but being part of the well educated populace that Thomas Jefferson spoke of.
Oh. did I mention math?
Too many people like you believe a "degree" should come with a guaranteed salary. Personality and common sense application isn't an attachment to the piece of paper on the wall. That's why you see wealthy successful people out there in the world that didn't ever go to college. They depended on themselves to succeed instead of the participation certificate in four years of party life that mommy and daddy paid for.
Zebo

Martin, TN

#276 May 9, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Too many people like you believe a "degree" should come with a guaranteed salary. Personality and common sense application isn't an attachment to the piece of paper on the wall. That's why you see wealthy successful people out there in the world that didn't ever go to college. They depended on themselves to succeed instead of the participation certificate in four years of party life that mommy and daddy paid for.
I worked for my own; Thank you.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#277 May 9, 2014
Zebo wrote:
<quoted text>
I worked for my own; Thank you.
Applause, applause !!! Your work means MUCH more to you than what the diploma mills crank out to keep the revolving doors spinning even though they are funded are funded by deep pocket alumnus.
Zebo

Martin, TN

#278 May 9, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Applause, applause !!! Your work means MUCH more to you than what the diploma mills crank out to keep the revolving doors spinning even though they are funded are funded by deep pocket alumnus.
Such hostility toward higher education. Maybe you would like to see higher education ended? Maybe that's why so much of our high-tech industry has left the south? Do you even know anything?
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#279 May 12, 2014
Zebo wrote:
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Such hostility toward higher education. Maybe you would like to see higher education ended? Maybe that's why so much of our high-tech industry has left the south? Do you even know anything?
Never been hostile toward higher education. We've dumbed down the public education system so much to "move" kids through the system, that the old high school diploma isn't going to get you into a good job anymore. Getting a college degree is only half the job and it won't automatically guarantee you a free ride UNLESS you have the ability to sell yourself to an employer. Some do, many don't. High tech moving out??? Tell that to the people in North Alabama. The jobs are here, getting QUALIFIED applicants is the problem as book sense is available, common sense is in short supply and it takes both to land the good positions.
Zebo

Martin, TN

#280 May 27, 2014
Isn't it funny that the computer hacking talent that the FBI so desperately needs, insists on not being drug tested. The government needs them. They don't need the government. Congress has refused to consider the FBI's request to waive testing for these hackers.

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