But some people just arn't like that, and you need to know yourself well enough to decide if you can handle drugs responsibly.
Hard drugs - heroine, coke, e - an un mitigated disaster waiing to happen. Let booze and weed be your max and you'll manage.
There are no positive or responsible or workable situations with hard drugs.
Alcohol's one of the worst drugs out there, a lot more dangerous then pure MDMA.
Originally Posted by Aziel Satori
I know much about problems. Real problems, that many people will never encounter.
I know that much of what people claim to be a real problem, pales in comparison to reality.
I already addressed that you know absolutely nothing about my life.
That I most definitely had a harsher life than you, and that most drug addicts histories pale in comparison to my own.
I do not do drugs, nor have I ever, nor do I ever plan to. That people who have easier lives than I have had resort to drugs, brands them as low.
Okay Mad Max Sorry I had no Idea your life was so tuff!
Listen your winning about me makeing asumptions about you when your doing the same thing about me and people who do drugs. I'd just quite this fruitless argument while I was a head, lest you look like more of an idiot than you've made yourself out to look like.
Kaze-one you have a plozible argument why is alcahol leagel and weed isn't.
Also you seem to think of people as people and not grubs because they get loopy once in awhile and you set limets to your self thats good. tecnically though the drugs aren't what get you Hi its chemicals in your brain.
I don't make assumptions about people who do drugs, because I know people who use drugs.
I knew drug addicts, I knew all sorts of people, I knew their lives and I knew their choices.
I have more than enough experience and knowledge to make these sorts of judgment calls.
When you tell people that your views are superior to theirs they are not going to willingly believe that. If your not willing to give them your personal story as proof (which I would assume that you are not going to) then it's a waste of breath to even talk to them.
Perhaps you perpetuate those discussions because you like to argue with people?
It's not the person who gives you a choice, it's the person that makes the choice. When someone dies as a result of drug use, the dealer gets to walk free simply because there's a break in the chain of causation precisely where the user could have saved his own life by choosing not to use the drug.
"Even should the heavens fall, let Justice prevail."