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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Rhetorical Question?
#2
How can a drug be stupid?
#3
agree :thumbsup:
#4
the legal ones are worse
Note the legal ones in the table below

Table 1 Drug-related deaths in England and Wales 2000 to 2004[4]

Cocaine 575
Amphetamine 384
Ecstasy 227
Solvents 246[3]
Opiates (heroin, morphine & methadone) 4,976
Alcohol 25,000 - 200,000 approx.
Tobacco half a million approx
#5
no.

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#6
taking illegal dugs is stupid yes
banned#7
correct
#8
yep!!!
#9
djnaff
the legal ones are worse
Note the legal ones in the table below

Table 1 Drug-related deaths in England and Wales 2000 to 2004[4]

Cocaine 575
Amphetamine 384
Ecstasy 227
Solvents 246[3]
Opiates (heroin, morphine & methadone) 4,976
Alcohol 25,000 - 200,000 approx.
Tobacco half a million approx


Agreed too :thumbsup:
#10
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#11
djnaff
the legal ones are worse
Note the legal ones in the table below

Table 1 Drug-related deaths in England and Wales 2000 to 2004[4]

Cocaine 575
Amphetamine 384
Ecstasy 227
Solvents 246[3]
Opiates (heroin, morphine & methadone) 4,976
Alcohol 25,000 - 200,000 approx.
Tobacco half a million approx


this ^
banned#12
hdizzle
Agreed too :thumbsup:


Agreed three:thumbsup:
banned#13
aint this sort of debate been done to death by florance & fred
#14
sassie
aint this sort of debate been done to death by florance & fred


I thought florence + fred was a clothing range by Tesco :thinking:
banned#15
sassie
aint this sort of debate been done to death by florance & fred


My fan club has started up a tribute thread - let them enjoy:thumbsup:
#16
sassie
aint this sort of debate been done to death by florance & fred


you mean fat & friendless?
banned#17
boothy
fat & friendless?


Bit harsh - what's Sassie done to you?
#18
no its fine and perfectly healthy and normal :)
#19
YehhNo.
#20
drugs are bad m'kay
banned#21
maddogb
drugs are bad m'kay


Tell that to people who need them to treat illnesses:x
#22
Totally agree

But also agree smoking tobacco is stupid
Excess drinking is stupid
Unprotected sex is stupid

Ian Wright is stupid......actually all of 5 Live or whtever its called is stupid
banned#23
choc1969

Unprotected sex is stupid



How else are committed couples going to make a baby? IVF is prohibitively expensive:?
#24
djnaff
the legal ones are worse
Note the legal ones in the table below

Table 1 Drug-related deaths in England and Wales 2000 to 2004[4]

Cocaine 575
Amphetamine 384
Ecstasy 227
Solvents 246[3]
Opiates (heroin, morphine & methadone) 4,976
Alcohol 25,000 - 200,000 approx.
Tobacco half a million approx


Maybe because Alcohol and Tobacco is easier to obtain?
#25
Yes, of course. Fair enough more people die from alcohol abuse and smoking, but that's usually over a long period of time and due to the side effects (liver failure, bronchitis, lung cancer etc). When you take cocaine/ecstasy or whatever, you have absolutely no idea what's in it! If you buy a bottle of Smirnoff, you're not going to have a "dodgy vodka" and die.
suspended#26
baffledsalmon
Yes, of course. Fair enough more people die from alcohol abuse and smoking, but that's usually over a long period of time and due to the side effects (liver failure, bronchitis, lung cancer etc). When you take cocaine/ecstasy or whatever, you have absolutely no idea what's in it! If you buy a bottle of Smirnoff, you're not going to have a "dodgy vodka" and die.


You'll be surprised
#27
black gerbil1
no.

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Just proves the point? doesnt it?

Yes it is
#28
Hmmm there is also allo these legal highs

Researchers have said they dont reccomend taking any drugs but if tyhey had to take illegal ones cause theres laods of research on them but hardly any on the legal and the effects it can have in 10 years time
banned#29
baffledsalmon
Yes, of course. Fair enough more people die from alcohol abuse and smoking, but that's usually over a long period of time and due to the side effects (liver failure, bronchitis, lung cancer etc). When you take cocaine/ecstasy or whatever, you have absolutely no idea what's in it! If you buy a bottle of Smirnoff, you're not going to have a "dodgy vodka" and die.


So you'd support regulation of drugs then:?
#30
FilthAndFurry
So you'd support regulation of drugs then:?


I'd rather the drugs available were pure and of a uniformed standard. A lot of people die from taking the amount they "nomally" take, but then finding they're stronger or mixed with something dangerous like fricking rat poison! I'm not saying drugs should be freely available and given out like lollipops, but by having them illegal, it just means they're more dangerous as you just don't know what you're getting. "Legal highs" that are more common now are just as dangerous, but to be honest, I have no sympathy for these people (ie anyone that takes drugs). If you go out and take rubbish, don't whinge that your bladder doesn't work anymore! If you want treatment for it, you pay for it. Don't scrounge off the NHS!
banned#31
baffledsalmon
I'd rather the drugs available were pure and of a uniformed standard. A lot of people die from taking the amount they "nomally" take, but then finding they're stronger or mixed with something dangerous like fricking rat poison! I'm not saying drugs should be freely available and given out like lollipops, but by having them illegal, it just means they're more dangerous as you just don't know what you're getting. "Legal highs" that are more common now are just as dangerous, but to be honest, I have no sympathy for these people (ie anyone that takes drugs). If you go out and take rubbish, don't whinge that your bladder doesn't work anymore! If you want treatment for it, you pay for it. Don't scrounge off the NHS!


Okay, so you're against any illness or injury being treated on the NHS that is self-inflicted?

The problem is with a fat person being brought in after having a heart attack is if it's purely brought on by their diet, or if it's a genetic/inherited disorder.

Do you save them on the off chance it isn't their own fault and then put them down afterwards if tests reveal it is.

You're very brave for opening such a philosophical 'can of worms'.:thumbsup:
#32
FilthAndFurry
Okay, so you're against any illness or injury being treated on the NHS that is self-inflicted?

The problem is with a fat person being brought in after having a heart attack is if it's purely brought on by their diet, or if it's a genetic/inherited disorder.

Do you save them on the off chance it isn't their own fault and then put them down afterwards if tests reveal it is.

You're very brave for opening such a philosophical 'can of worms'.:thumbsup:



bit harsh picking up on one part of her arguement...
she's stating that she doesnt have much sympathy for people who take unregulated illegal drugs and then need treatment...
ur talking about congential disorders and people eating too much food.
banned#33
shaneomac
bit harsh picking up on one part of her arguement...
she's stating that she doesnt have much sympathy for people who take unregulated illegal drugs and then need treatment...
ur talking about congential disorders and people eating too much food.


I could have picked up on the fact she conflated use and abuse and used them interchangeably.

I'm surprised she has sympathy for people who abuse legal drugs though.
#34
i personally think it would be a good idea to have certain "softer" drugs regulated and legalised..as studies have shown they (weed in paticular) can have benificial effects.however with all illegal drugs atm its a case of paying u pay ur moneys u take ur chances....
#35
baffledsalmon
"Legal highs" that are more common now are just as dangerous, but to be honest, I have no sympathy for these people (ie anyone that takes drugs). If you go out and take rubbish, don't whinge that your bladder doesn't work anymore! If you want treatment for it, you pay for it. Don't scrounge off the NHS!


lol what BS

baffledsalmon you sure are

whats does NI pay for again...........
#36
Wow, I love these threads, purely designed to bash the drug users, forgetting that we ALL use some form of drug in our every day life, asprin, paraceetamol, alcohol, tabacco etc etc, just because one is illegal and one is not doesnt make either of them more or less of an evil, alcohol and tabacco kill so many people each year, if they were to be made illegal then this would be greatly reduced, but you know what? never going to happen, fags and booze are now socially acceptable, and to remove them, would remove some of thr governments biggest tax windfalls.



Mike..
#37
I suppose as well if you think on it theres many legal drugs that are some form of an illegal one as well, like the opiates, such as Morphine, have similarities to herione, and theres other cannibis like drugs that are legal to so in a sense i geuss you cant complain about the illegal if youve had the legal version. Thats me in no way saying legal drugs are good, quite the opposite.
#38
also got the debate of legal highs which seems to be causing quite abit of damage

like someone else said you know the risks taking any form of drugs whether legal or illegal
#39
shedboy66
also got the debate of legal highs which seems to be causing quite abit of damage

like someone else said you know the risks taking any form of drugs whether legal or illegal


Hmm thats the thig with the legal highs, people dont know the risks assossciated with them, theres years of research on illegal hardly any on legal
#40
yeah i agree totally but if you wanna put car cleaner (gbl), de worming for farm animals (BZP) for example into your body you can surely work out these are gonna do some harm you won't swallow bleech for example. Most legal highs actually do tell you they are not for human consumption.

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