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Captain Fist

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#21 9 years ago

Quetron is writing coherently. I didn't read his post, but his grammar is correct. Do you want to know how much that brings up your respectability meter? I don't even know if what you posted is accurate, it just looks so much better.




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#22 9 years ago

I will only ever drink alcohol, at a house, don't want to get picked up for being shit faced on the streets. And smoke weed, only about once every month or two depending on holidays and birthdays and stuff like that. But some people are the biggest pains in the ass when they are high or drunk. It should NOT be a part of everyday life, I know people who smoke every single day, they're high so much that you can see physical differences when they are sober, more than just not having blood shot eyes. Also, if smoking or drinking EVER conflicts with education, that's when its not OK anymore.




Mr. Pedantic

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#23 9 years ago
Side effects may include being happy, making friends, and getting laid.

If you need drugs to get laid, I feel sorry for you. Same goes with being happy and making friends.

Quetron is writing coherently. I didn't read his post, but his grammar is correct.

I'm not sure how possible it is to give a piece of prose a personality, but even looking at Quetron's post makes me agitated. Never mind reading a word on there.




Overwatch

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#24 9 years ago

I drink but I don't take drugs, I've never experimented with weed or anything. I lived in a house for 6 months where everyone else except me smoked weed daily. By the time I moved house, no one's drug habit had changed. I didn't convert people to stop taking drugs and no one forced me to try it. We got along fine. I had a friend who, in grade 11, got high and rode off into his cane paddock and was missing for 3 days (the guy lived on a cane fame) he came back and he was fine. But it must have been something hardcore. That friend of mine is dead now, at the age of 19. I haven't been able to find a clear story of how he dead and when because he moved far away about 4 years ago. I'm actually convinced that it was probably a motorcycle accident. But there's still the possibility of it being drug-influenced. I'll probably be scorned for mentioning it if it may not be drug-influenced. But I do think it contributed to the guys behaviour. Behaviour that led to an early death.

I've never roused on someone for doing drugs and I'm never going to, just don't fucking pressure me to do it because you feel uncomfortable that there's a drug-free person in the room. People need to be responsible for themselves.




Nemmerle Forum Mod

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#25 9 years ago

NiteStryker;4906336Its sooo cool to be such a looser at life that nothing in the real world makes you feel good so you have to artificially induce it.:rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

All happiness is manmade. There's no such thing as non-artificial induction for that reaction. Whether you get off on playing a computer game or sticking a certain chemical into yourself you've still caused it. Attaching moral value to happiness dependent upon the way in which you've caused it just makes you seem like an arsehole. Oh no, he got happy the wrong way!

[QUOTE=NiteStryker;4906336]I deal with alcoholics and drug users every day and if it were my call I would inject bleach into their arteries and finish them off. Make my job a helluva lot easier.

I deal with people breathing oxygen every day, let's kill all of them.




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#26 9 years ago

Nemmerle;4906668All happiness is manmade. There's no such thing as non-artificial induction for that reaction.[/QUOTE] Explain to me why I feel happy everytime it rains, then? Rain sure as hell isn't manmade.

[QUOTE=Nemmerle;4906668]I deal with people breathing oxygen every day, let's kill all of them.

What does that have to do with the discussion of drugs?




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#27 9 years ago

Serio;4906749Explain to me why I feel happy everytime it rains, then? Rain sure as hell isn't manmade.[/QUOTE]

You feel happy when it rains because the experience of rain has been associated with other experiences that occurred in the presence of neurochemical releases. It's like Pavlov’s dog salivating whenever the gong was rung. In an extremely simplified form of the point: why do you even know what rain is; how have you experienced it? It’s only because of the actions of yourself and those around you that you are exposed you to that stimulus to begin with. While you may not have created the rain you and those around you have used it to induce.

[QUOTE=Serio;4906749]What does that have to do with the discussion of drugs?

Simply because something occurs in the presence of certain other conditions doesn't, purely of itself, imply causation or the direction thereof. He wants to kill everyone who takes drugs/drinks because a few of them are fucktards; well quite a few of the people who breathe oxygen are fucktards too.




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#28 9 years ago
Jeffro;4906233It's sooo cool being a complete wiener that refuses to get outside of his precious bubble of morality and safety.

So join the Military and kill some body.....:D.




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#29 9 years ago
Buddy Jesus;4907292So join the Military and kill some body.....:D.

Like you? I'm guessing you're at West Point by what your location says and your sig.




NiteStryker

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#30 9 years ago

Jeffro;4906347 Every drug user is an addict and every beer drinker is an alcoholic, eh? I just love that classic NiteStryker black and white thought process.[/QUOTE]

Every beer drinker I deal with IS an alcoholic and every drug user IS an addict.

I am the substance abuse counselor for my battalion (as of a week ago) and I deal with more stupid shit than I ever thought existed.

A drink every now and then, fine, but drinking a beer or 2 or 3 every day is a problem.

[QUOTE=Ihaterednecks;4906509]Quetron is writing coherently. I didn't read his post, but his grammar is correct. Do you want to know how much that brings up your respectability meter? I don't even know if what you posted is accurate, it just looks so much better.

I'll take your word for it, I dont have the patience to try and decipher his cryptology.