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  • #16
    this is a perfect example of why i listed him as the only person on this forum i would not like to meet.

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    • #17
      actually it was dark slide i listed but this guy just got added to the list..........
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jazz Ad
        Yes, in the same way that drug dealers aren't responsible for overdoses.

        It's entirely possible to agree with this point of view. It only takes a good pair of blinkers to narrow your view of the landscape.


        Drug dealers are not responsible for overdoses. Any more than vineyards are responsible for alcohol poisoning or drunk driving. The only difference is one is legal.

        And if my view of the landscape is narrowed to the point where I accept responsibility for my own actions rather than blame them on someone else, then I'm fine with that. I havent' seen too many drug dealers FORCING people to take drugs. They do that all on their own.
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        • #19
          My point exactly Juggs.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Jazz Ad
            My point exactly Juggs.


            I wasn't sure if you were disagreeing with me or not to be honest.........
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            • #21
              I disagree with you because I think it's a very narrow view.
              Your opinion is still perfectly valid.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jugghaid
                Drug dealers are not responsible for overdoses. Any more than vineyards are responsible for alcohol poisoning or drunk driving. The only difference is one is legal.

                And if my view of the landscape is narrowed to the point where I accept responsibility for my own actions rather than blame them on someone else, then I'm fine with that. I havent' seen too many drug dealers FORCING people to take drugs. They do that all on their own.



                Yes, but this girl didn't choose to be sexually assaulted...She didn't decide "I'm going to go have some traumatic experience today"...

                She chose to commit suicide, but to compare her experience to that of a junkie who overdoses is flawed...Drug Dealers don't usually force themselves on people, these sexual assaulters did...
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                • #23
                  You guys are still talking about this?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by King Kashue
                    Yes, but this girl didn't choose to be sexually assaulted...She didn't decide "I'm going to go have some traumatic experience today"...

                    She chose to commit suicide, but to compare her experience to that of a junkie who overdoses is flawed...Drug Dealers don't usually force themselves on people, these sexual assaulters did...


                    I agree. But the decision to commit suicide was still hers and hers alone. The whole thing is very sad, and I'd like to have those 5 ****************heads alone in a room.
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