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Have you ever experimented with illegal drugs?

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    Question Have you ever experimented with illegal drugs?

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    Weed, smoked in bong and Salvia, which isn't exactly illegal, but it is a halucinagen, which is cool .

    Addictive drugs, I'm not touching those.

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    Seems to explain alot ...

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    nah I haven't.....well alcohol and puffs of cigarrets but that's not illegal.......you think that weed is not addictive Brian?
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    Weed isn't physically addictive. It can be psycologically addictive. Lots of people get addicted to weed by smoking it with tobacco. Idiots.

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    You petty humans with your weak brains.
    You can become addicted to anything.
    MUHAHAHAHAHA

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    Drugs are illegal? Oh crap!

    I never inhaled and I blew my nose.

    j/k Drugs are bad. Don't do 'em.

    Say no to drugs... always.
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    Half of my extended family got really screwed up with drugs. Don't get caught up in this stuff. It's not worth your life. I'm not touching any drugs besides alcohol. And I'm not touching that till I'm 18.

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    >>And I'm not touching that till I'm 18

    Its a strange phenomenom thats gripped the world. Why do people seem to think that because they've reached the random age their respective govornment has deemed appropriate, that suddenly they cant do themselves any harm? That if they somehow intake some fermented fruit before they're x age that they will instantly and violently explode or something? wtf...

    >>Drugs are bad. Don't do 'em.

    Though not themselves "bad" per se i would have to agree that the damage they will eventually (instantly in certain cases) inflict is not IMHO worth the gains, which are pretty small anyhow. It seems to me that theres no difference between a little bud, tabacco, booze, smacking-yourself-in-the-head-with-a-mallet... j/k kinda on that last one. But if it turns your crank then you've got to decide if the pros outway the cons. Just make sure you know what you're doing. Theres a lot of myths on both sides of the drug argument.

    I'm dont do any of whats usually classified as "drugs" but i cant in good concience say 'I dont do any drugs. Stay away from drugs.' when i'm not myself 30 minutes back from the Bar... Keep it in prespective.
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    Well... I am the embodiment of a hypocrite when it comes to drugs. I have to be. I am a parent and a role model. I have partaken in many activities that I do not regret and some that I do.

    You know I drink booze from time to time still, else how are we going to have a beer together someday.

    I will still tell my son to stay away from it as long as possible and to be safe with it when he rebels. I don't have a choice. It is my job.

    And we have a lot of younger people here that may or may not be encouragable. Some people do drugs and alcohol and end up leading terrific lives. Some of my friends still work at fast food restaraunts because all they can think about is drugs and partying. One of my friends is dead from a heroin OD.

    Don't do drugs. Period. If you do. Be safe about it. Use your head.
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    The fact of the matter (about this and all things) is that no matter how much good advice you recieve, you're still going to go out there and try it out for yourself. I can speak for myself at least when i say that theres a big difference between someone telling you that the stove is hot and putting your hand on it.

    Just dont be an idiot and realise when you're getting burned.
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    >>>

    The fact of the matter (about this and all things) is that no matter how much good advice you recieve, you're still going to go out there and try it out for yourself. I can speak for myself at least when i say that theres a big difference between someone telling you that the stove is hot and putting your hand on it.

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    Such was quite true in my case... but I cannot argue with the results of drug programs and parents talking to their children about drugs and such. The results of children staying off of drugs are pretty high in comparison to no intervention at all. It has proven effects...

    Though it may seem to some (myself included) that life experience is of the highest importance. Sheltered people do not have depth in my opinion. When people lack a multitude of experiences (good and bad) in life, they seem shallow. They are missing something.

    I know what addiction is. I know what living on the streets is. I know what pain and loss are. I know what true joy is (my son). I know what travelling the world, education, good jobs and other positive things are. These are the things that make up me.

    Some people only know mommy and daddy's protective wing, a few years at college, and a good job. They are happy sometimes and impervious to that which makes me feel rich and rightous inside.

    I wouldn't trade my experiences for all the money in world.

    I liked the movie (and book) Sidhartha with Keeanu Reeves. He was sheltered in a world of beauty and never left outside its walls. He thought he had depth and compassion, but it wasn't until he experienced life, pain, and ugliness first hand that he truly had depth.

    The blissful always think they have depth. I always smile and agree.... as I stare into their shallow eyes....
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    Cool drugs

    yeah i tried all kinds of drugs.........weed being my drug of choice, but currently i'm drug free- only cuz i wanna get a job without worring about drug tests......hehehehe

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    I will never ever try it. I dont think drugs are the only way to pleasure..

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    Alcohol is more deadly than weed.

    You can't overdose on weed. Only problems with weed are when you smoke it [which most people do], if you eat it [and you're sure it is just weed] you're 100% safe [unless you're allergic]. It's not toxic. I think alcohol might be physically addictive, too.
    Last edited by Brian; 03-03-2002 at 09:20 AM.

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    I never have and I probably won't in the future. I'm very uncomfortable with not being in full control of myself and my senses.

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