Hey Zuckerberg, Musk & Bezos, we have the next great spaced-race for you all to compete.There's always the option of polytunnels to create the perfect environment, they could also be underground to save space. I think it's a bloody great idea!
It'd be great if they legalised amphetamines too.
No worries fellow B.L blog member. I got a bit here in the Far Nor Cali region! * :- >I’d settle for being able to buy some weed without fake pills shite gear or brown powder being threw at me every time I want a nice bit of smoke and I’m positive this countries drug problem would start dropping if a person didn’t have to deal with the scum of the earth just to score some nice weed
Being I live in the U.S and am American, I feel I could add something useful here.Pharma ket is easy, it's been here since day one. "Kiddie-Ket". I imagine it is somewhere in almost every ambulance, pure and ready for administration.
As well as beside the Surgeon's table. Just not in the pharmacies, but everywhere at an illegal rave.
Personally, I would prefer to get my legal ketamine direct from the vets!
Now Pharma MDMA, I think that could easily be very viable.
Nothing like the complications of legal, ethical, controlled production and supply of cocaine.
Yes Nicola is a satanist bitch, plain and simple.
Boris is actually just a nice man.
Interesting terminology, the word particularly, wrt the concept of cannabis' harmfulness.
For the majority, depending on production and consumption methods, it is essentially, ptactically harmless.
Even the opposite of harmful, very healing and helpful.
But it can be a problem for some people for sure, especially schizophrenics, and anybody could be mentally negatively impacted by cannabis use or experience.
Fundamentally, chemical production methods create toxic, unnatural cannabis essentially, which I have always argued has an equal imprint on the consciousness as it does on the body.
Maybe they will be allowed to manufacture it in a gigantic dome plant on the moon in 50 years.
Fuck, coca leaves are so valuable when compared with other crops. Man that would kick start the fucking economy.This is all due to that the fact that it is illegal.
If the U.K. legalized cocaine, it would have to produce it domestically, as international law disallows the import and export of controlled substances for non-research (EDIT: or medical) purposes. For example, all of Canada's legal cannabis is produced domestically.
Facts, well maybe not facts but it’s honestly the most logical take on this.The legalization and regulation of cocaine would reduce drug trafficking associated violence immensely. There would be no need for it.
Cocaine usage might increase. I feel like in the US states where marijuana is legal more people use it than they did before. Which isn't a big problem as marijuana isn't particularly harmful.
The problem is cocaine is harmful. And tremendously addictive. New black markets would arise to supply those that exceeded their monthly quota of cocaine, etc. The savings of reduced policing and DEA budgets would go to treatment however.
It seems as the tripsitternz has done too much sitting and not enough tripping, otherwise you would realize that the impact from legalization and regulation would be a positive as far as the mitigation of human suffering is concerned.
" Cocaine " has always been legal not that far up in the hierarchy ( I´m assuming , me and ) you belong ( for example : most entertainers are all coked out their minds ) ... the hypocrisy in this matter still , somehow , manages to disgust me , even all these years later .i believe cocaine is one of three drugs which should remain illegal and come with ways to help users with a addiction to it. Its literally funding terrorism in south america and central america everytime somebody uses cocaine they are support barbaic blood cartels who are x100 worse than even isis. Ecstasy should be legal though.
Same as with everything else. If one is rich, one can get away with anything. Like the old saying:" Cocaine " has always been legal not that far up in the hierarchy .... the hypocrisy in this matter still somehow , manages to disgust me , even all these years later .
Agreed. Cocaine tastes good and even feels relaxing if naturally injested via chewing the coca leaves, but when I did it occasionally, as hyper as I was, even the anxiety it comes with keeps me from being productive in every sense of the word.I almost have to read the justification to sell cocaine in pharmacies. Single use dosage ROFLMAO. They’ll have the whole building packed of people wanting to continually buy more.
If I may ask, what are your thoughts on legal, but regulated, drugs. This may be as simple as an age verification for purchase or as stringent as single dose units sold by a govt operated pharmacy. Where on this spectrum would you place your own views? Or perhaps on a completely independent dimension than the one I gave?I am responsible for my actions. It's not the government's job to protect me from myself.
I absolutely believe in regulation of the manufacture (purity/safety) and sale of...well, anything, really.If I may ask, what are your thoughts on legal, but regulated, drugs...
agreedI absolutely believe in regulation of the manufacture (purity/safety) and sale of...well, anything, really.
I say 25 myself. For all things, alcohol and tobacco included. The rate of synaptic plasticity after 25 significantly declines. I think it’d be unwise to ‘condone’ (whatever that word means).Age limits, yes. 16? 18? 20? 21? I'm not sure.
Probably should be decided state by state.
I think you’d be hard pressed to find anyone who would disagree with that.Certainly the usual restrictions on driving while intoxicated.