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#28 - That's an absolutely ridiculous suggestion. Most of t… 05/23/2016 on Gentleman's Club -2
#89 - Wow, this guy really needs to dial down his music. 05/21/2016 on Think you guys might want... +2
#119 - If this is your goal and you're playing Runescape, I got bad n… 05/21/2016 on Runescape Comp 11 +10
#110 - Knowing it was coming just made it so much better.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/20/2016 on Did I do good? +23
#116 - fpsnoob (05/20/2016) [-]
I was about to say the same thing. Saw it coming from the start, but it only got me excited.
#42 - Looks like you slipped some cringe into the funny by accident m8  [+] (1 new reply) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp +23
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#59 - BraindeadBuddha (05/17/2016) [-]
I don't know, I'm sure I'd find the weirdos doing this kinda shit at a bar sort of entertaining, and "sort of entertaining" is the first step towards becoming a socially functioning human being.
#106 - Has anyone got a TL;DR of this? I really just could n…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/16/2016 on pol/ on transgender... +4
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#131 - failtolawl (05/16/2016) [-]
>Moron connects dots that he made. Trust me, it's easy to do.

>Everybody believes in some elevated Illuminati government conspiracy to put all of their personal problems on.
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#118 - greyhoundfd (05/16/2016) [-]
The Cold War has returned, both nations are trying to develop Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems, and unless it's exposed or stopped the future of the world will be either a) a dystopic "democracy" where political correctness and miseducation will be used by the elite to perpetuate their control over the masses or b) a nuclear wasteland brought on by an improperly-waged war between the Sino-Russian Alliance and NATO.
#21 - That is the ******* worst reasoning ever. "Other people a…  [+] (36 new replies) 05/14/2016 on Q&A from a retired drug... +121
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#135 - adrenalinbbq (05/15/2016) [-]
People are going to die anyway. Why's it matter if I kill them?
#111 - steavo (05/15/2016) [-]
Its simple supply and demand. People demand it so someone has to supply it. Its not like hes making people buy his drugs, retard. Its a simple transaction, both parties agree to it. Nothing wrong there. How is it any different than a liquor store slinging their poisons?
#138 - anon (05/15/2016) [-]
>People demand it so someone has to supply it

I don't see any open-world MMO first person Pokemon game.
#169 - steavo (05/15/2016) [-]
So get the fuck on it anon thats your hustle now
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#107 - oddfrogman (05/14/2016) [-]
Hey, supply and demand. That's how capitalism works. Can't blame the man for being an entrepreneur.
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#112 - darrensankari (05/15/2016) [-]
Yes you can. He had a shit childhood, which sucks, but he was not forced to become a drug dealer, he chose it.
Though it was probably one of the better choices he could have made, at least short term.
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#97 - advice (05/14/2016) [-]
Yeah the excuse of 'if not from me than someone else' is horrible. While it's true for your addicts, I'm sure plenty of people found out he was a dealer and decided to start trying because the ease of getting drugs from him.
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#87 - payseht (05/14/2016) [-]
"isn't cut with poison bullshit"
I mean... if people are going to harm themselves either way, at least you can lessen the impact and not make it deadly?
People used to drink a lot of shit during the inhibition. Here, poor people use medical alcohol and filter it through bread... well, they used to until a company started making really really cheap but effective spirits...

It doesn't justify it, but it can still be considered a good act if you're lessening an unstoppable impact.
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#79 - mrfinnt (05/14/2016) [-]
>>#32, >>#61, >>#59, >>#46,

"if i dont do it someone else would do it" is not an excuse, at all!
every single human has the responsebilety to not fuck shit up.
just because someone else COULD fuck it up doesn't mean you can fuck it up without punishment.
that 93 y.o. nazi used that line as defens. if not he, someone else would have done it.
#61 - biater (05/14/2016) [-]
Well... I don't blame retail stores for selling cigarettes. Or liquor. Even though some people are gonna smoke and drink themselves to death.
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#63 - sebthebrony (05/14/2016) [-]
Except thanks to the illegality of drugs, most of the income generated by them is spent by cartels or even terrorists
i mean, just sayin'
#62 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
maybe we should start blaming them. I know CVS is already taking responsibility for their actions and no longer selling cigarettes.
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#59 - dazartimm (05/14/2016) [-]
How is it the responsibility of the dealer to not sell drugs? Drug users ruin their own lives, their dealers are just enablers.
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#114 - darrensankari (05/15/2016) [-]
So the dealer has no control over his actions? He is forced to sell drugs? No he isn't.
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#119 - dazartimm (05/15/2016) [-]
No, are addicts forced to buy them? People like you helping addicts shift responsibility for their issues onto others are part of the problem too.
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#173 - darrensankari (05/15/2016) [-]
I'm not putting all the blame on the dealers, but I absolutely reject that the dealers are blameless.
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#176 - dazartimm (05/15/2016) [-]
I guess liquor marts are responsible for alcoholics, and hardware stores are responsible for graffiti too, then.
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#177 - darrensankari (05/15/2016) [-]
Yes, liquor marts are responsible for making it available through their store, that way they do hold a share of the blame.
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#178 - dazartimm (05/15/2016) [-]
It's a shame people can't take responsibility for themselves these days.
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#179 - darrensankari (05/15/2016) [-]
I'm not saying people aren't responsible for their actions, but the same way that drug abusers are responsible for buying, dealers are responsible for selling.
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#180 - dazartimm (05/15/2016) [-]
Yes, drug dealers sell drugs. Drug addicts get addicted to them.
#46 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
but they're the ones choosing to do the drug. Not his problem, he's selling them what they want.
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#58 - captainrattrap (05/14/2016) [-]
He already talked about the goons part. Obviously if he was involved in hiring goons then he orchestrated violence. That makes him a piece of shit.
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#32 - swimmingprodigy (05/14/2016) [-]
It does make sense tho. It's not the drug dealer's fault that clients are doing drugs, its the clients themselves. They're ruining their own lives. It's up to them to stop it
#47 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
It doesn't; selling an addictive substance assures that you have returning customers. So, buy selling cocaine, you ensure your customer's fate. It IS the dealer's fault that the client does drugs because the dealer continues to sell an addictive substance; to the clients, they have to take the drug: it's like getting a mortgage: you have to pay the bank. Just because the client would get it from someone else, it doesn't make it any less bad. That's like saying: better murder someone because they'll die anyways or better give that kid meth because he'll just get it from the other guy.
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#84 - kurusudarling (05/14/2016) [-]
it was still the clients choice to do the drug in the first place, its not like the client didnt know drugs were bad and accidently did some. also once they are hooked only they can break the cycle, so his reasoning still stand that even if he didnt sell to them theyd just get it eleswhere.
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#82 - neokun (05/14/2016) [-]
We all get what you're saying. But...

"It IS the dealer's fault that the client does drugs"

If this dude in particular stopped dealing drugs... Are you saying his customers will stop doing drugs?
#129 - anon (05/15/2016) [-]
You're making a strawman argument. Nobody's claiming that it's the drug dealer's fault the clients do drugs. The dealer is still a shitty person.
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#175 - neokun (05/15/2016) [-]
I'm not making a strawman argument, look back at when anon said, because he said quite literally what you're saying he didn't.

"Nobody's claiming that it's the drug dealer's fault" (your comment)

"it IS the dealer's fault" (the anon I was talking about's comment)
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#104 - hamshef (05/14/2016) [-]
If theoretically all dealers stopped dealing drugs, users would not be able to use drugs. "B-but there's always gonna be people selling drugs" of course, and there's also always going to be people who don't vote, does that mean we should give up and contribute more to the problem?
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#106 - neokun (05/14/2016) [-]
I'd prefer if the kid wasn't doing dealings of course. But all I'm saying that if he did stop dealing literally nothing would change. Except he'd be getting no fat stacks.
#108 - hamshef (05/15/2016) [-]
Well, it would shorten the flow of drugs in that area for a short time, sure it will pick up again but that one hindrance could potentially save a life. it's the little things in life that can make a difference. There is so much corruption in the world, and I know it will never end, but by fighting against it, even through small acts, it helps brighten the future, just by a little bit. There can be no good in this world if nobody is willing to hold on to even a little bit of hope, but just that little bit, that small voice, can grow if nurtured, and others will notice, and will rally by it when they feel enough courage, it just needs somebody to hang on to that little bit of hope, through the small acts in life. Sorry for the wall of text, I just get really fired up about moral issues, if you've read this far, have a random pic of my dogo, sorry it's upside down , my phone does that for some reason
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#71 - victorsin (05/14/2016) [-]
BTW I changed one drug for another.
I'm using 5 - 7 supplements for the gym at the moment.
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#70 - victorsin (05/14/2016) [-]
It's more of a choice. I did drugs both legal and illegal. I quit everything and I sometimes still crave them, but I remember how they feel after the feeling and I rather not feel that. Plus all my surroundings are affected by it job, academic, family, etc..
#41 - anon (05/14/2016) [-]
or maybe it's the government's fault for not providing it themselves and taking their cut
#97 - Hang on, what armour even is that?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/11/2016 on Let's not forget the real... 0
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#126 - nickelakon (05/11/2016) [-]
Thats the armor you start the game with
#72 - See, it's ******* asshole cops like this with a hard-on for th… 05/10/2016 on Dindu +2
#126 - Picture 05/08/2016 on Im certain you ordered this +15