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Mansfield, OH

After Being Released From Jail, Man Allegedly Rapes Anoth...

I'm gonna take a wild guess and say Henson is the judge who released him?!  (May 19, 2011 | post #10)

Bellville, OH

Winter Carnival draws crowd to Snow Trails

Great picture....  (Feb 28, 2011 | post #1)

Mansfield, OH

Police, Lawmakers Seek Ban On 'Bath Salts' Used For Legal...

I wasn't being a bitch. You only knew what you knew because you did not read the whole article, just the headline. If you had, you would have realized that people are snorting up a chemical sold under the name bath salts. I was simply stating the facts that you failed to notice.  (Feb 20, 2011 | post #110)

Mansfield, OH

Police, Lawmakers Seek Ban On 'Bath Salts' Used For Legal...

What happened to your daughter is very unfortunate and I am sorry you have to go through it. However, banning and making it illegal is not going to stop anything. They will come up with a new chemical compound to over ride the chemicals they ban. No matter how much you ban drugs, if people want to do it, they will. All other drugs that are illegal are still used, people find a way. It is not the drugs, it is the people.  (Feb 20, 2011 | post #109)

Mansfield, OH

Police, Lawmakers Seek Ban On 'Bath Salts' Used For Legal...

First of all, I was referring to the "ignorant " as those who actually thought people were snorting up "bath salts" you put in the bath tub. People read the headline and not the article and than sound dumb because they don't know what they are talking about. I didn't say anything about making them legal or illegal.  (Feb 13, 2011 | post #104)

US Military

More Marines headed to Afghanistan

Blah blah blah blahhh....You keep repeating yourself on every military forum. Get a life. You are an embarassment to society, and you are just as bad as the terrorists we are killing....as a matter of fact. If you can't stand behind our armed forces, feel free to stand in front of them. Oh, but you are to much of a coward. You just like to bash them on Topix.  (Feb 7, 2011 | post #77)

US Military

More Marines headed to Afghanistan

If Rattle hates the USA so freaking much and God is going to spit on us.....blah blah blah Why is he still living here? Oh, that's right because in the U.S. someone gave their life so his ignorant ass can ramble on about stuff he knows nothing about and bash our military. But we are soooo horrible......beca use we have freedoms. Remember Rattle.....Freedom is NOT Free. So why don't you shut the fuck up, and leave!!!!  (Feb 7, 2011 | post #74)

US Military

Family of fallen Texas Marine to adopt his war dog

1 Sounds like you need to move to the middle east, since the USA is sooooo horrible. Have fun enjoying no freedoms at all. #2 I really hope you are in illegal immigrant and not a U.S. Citizen because you are a disgrace to those of us who are. #3 You do realize, that if it wasn't for the people fighting over there.....you would not have the freedom to so rudely disgrace our Military and those who have died defending YOUR freedom to talk so much crap. #4 Get your military facts rights. The United States follows the Geneva Convention Code, we punish our military members for killing innocent people. We don't bomb people for no reason (unlike what 9/11 was). #5 Before you bash our military so much.....why don't you go spend a day in their shoes. #6 We don't force people to join the military, they volunteer #7 Last but not least, this is an article about a Marine who died. Apparently, you learned no respect growing up (among many other things). You sicken me and your unpatriotism is pathetic!  (Feb 7, 2011 | post #17)

Mansfield, OH

Marijuana - Mansfield, OH

It can and most time..." Where did you get these facts from. Have you ever actually smocked MJ? Did you forget that someone can hit you drinking alcohol. Alcohol is legal, and it is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. (carr accidents, Alcohol poisoning, babies dieing from FAS) It's not like we are asking for free reign on marijuana. We want it to be legal.....yes there need to be restrictions (age limit, driving impaired) but in 2009 there were zero deaths from smoking marijuana, you can't OD on it. If it was legal we could tax it and bam have a new source of revenue. Also, arrest rates and prison overcrowding would lower.  (Feb 6, 2011 | post #32)

Columbus, OH

Don't Ask Don't Tell - Columbus, OH

Oh nooo, now he can't move there either. Guess he better join th Aimish. Oh, but Davy-boy is so much better than everyone else, and since he is fleeing our horrible sinful country he has a much better standing in God's kingdom than the rest of us! lmao ;)  (Feb 6, 2011 | post #117)

Mansfield, OH

Marijuana - Mansfield, OH

Neither is alcohol, and that is legal. Actually if you really want to get down to facts, •There were 11,773 drunk driving deaths in 2008. •2008 showed a 9.7% decrease from 2007 in alcohol-impaired driving deaths. 6.(2006 - alcohol deaths) "In 2006, a total of 22,073 persons died of alcohol-induced causes in the United States (Tables 23 and 24). This category includes not only deaths from dependent and nondependent use of alcohol, but also accidental poisoning by alcohol. It excludes unintentional injuries, homicides, and other causes indirectly related to alcohol use as well as deaths due to fetal alcohol syndrome." Source: Heron MP, Hoyert DL, Murphy SL, Xu JQ, Kochanek KD, Tejada-Vera B. Deaths: Final data for 2006. National vital statistics reports; vol 57 no 14. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2009, p, 11. http://www.cdc.gov /nchs/data/nvsr/nv sr57/nvsr57_14.pdf Reasons why we should Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol: -Marijuana is far safer than alcohol because it does not stimulate aggressiveness and is not nearly as addictive. -To save $7.7 billion in enforcement costs. -To produce $6.2 billion in tax revenue (which could be used to pay for education, treatment and prevention for all drugs.) -To deprive cartels and gangs of a major source of revenue. -To significantly enhance the effectiveness of our police and courts. (Current annual marijuana arrests exceed 700,000 per year.) -To separate marijuana from far more dangerous illegal drugs, ending the "gateway " to drug dealers we now have. -To end prisons doing far more damage to users than the drug itself. -To end the breaking of the law by otherwise law abiding citizens, especially the more than 900,000 children under 18 years old who buy and resell marijuana. -To remove major barriers to research for medical use.  (Jan 21, 2011 | post #31)

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