when you mix alcohol and caffeine people don't pass out.
instead they run around black-out drunk until someone bumps into them and a fight breaks out right at closing time.
save yourself and don't mix the two, especially in high doses.
you're arguing my point. the constitution doesn't dictate drug usage for or against. hence the constitution doesn't outline that you can or cannot put certain things into your body, and therefore you can't argue constitutionality when advocating legalization (which was part of the GP's assertion) QED.
you spouted nothing more than blind conjecture with the implicit determination to end the wars altogether since we cannot 'win'. the way you are using war here versus a traditional war is an equivocation fallacy. that is, the wars on poverty and crime are not meant to be winnable (they a natural ongoing battle within society itself) whereas the war in iraq might one day be won (as this is a quarrel amongst nations).
also, there's nothing in the constitution that protects your right to smoke pot. you don't seem to understand the definition of 'unconstitutional' and, for that matter, probably couldn't be bothered to read the document (which, by the way, was not written on hemp, as i'm sure you love to tell people).
does it not sound problematic that if we can do this, so can they...?
Sarcasm is not an argument. You are an idiot.
So lithium in the water would make people drink more water and get more lithum which makes them drink more water and get more... oh the humanity!
you mean... oh, the profit...?
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I like that the sentence begins with the benignly presupposing phrase, "Basically...", as if the material following it is set to simplify and clarify the content of the article. Then it goes on to make things more incoherent, with poor use, of punctuation, in, the explanation,. comma, comma, period.p
In other words, "blarf grrblle grble, lasne en fragne, rabble rabble rabble, chuck norris."
Nah, they probably have automatic updates on. I'd wager it's massive computer labs at high schools or colleges where there either isn't an administrator, the administrator is a fool, or the administrator is lazy. The need doesn't seem all that pressing, but ironically they have some of the strongest internet connections for worms to use.
You restarted the install, but you don't use windows anymore? So, is there a computer sitting somewhere with windows on it that you don't need? I could use a new server....
It's like unprotected sex! How do you know you're alive if you're certain she doesn't have herpes! Or something...
A closed fist would make 32. Then, rotate your hand 180 degrees and count up to 64. Depending on how you do it, people nearby might be offended by 4 and 5, or 36 and 37. Try it at home!
that rant was rant-tastic. i give you a gold-rant-star and offer you my con-rant-ulations for your rant-fullness.
hah, someone peed in your coffee this morning, huh? your agonized rant seems rather discordant with your signature.
Anyway, you'd think that features they promised for Vista might - just might - show up in their following release. If not, then what, exactly, are you paying for?
Also, I appear to be a glutton for punctuation.
I find you rant rant-tastic, and I award you this gold star for rant-fullness!