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#55 - That's the only problem with the whole "get out of the ho…  [+] (1 reply) 07/29/2016 on 20 years too late 0
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#81 - maycontainallergys (07/30/2016) [-]
I agree with that android has served me well for years
#46 - Why do so many people have a problem with the fact that you ne…  [+] (3 replies) 07/29/2016 on 20 years too late 0
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#47 - maycontainallergys (07/29/2016) [-]
Good gameplay idea the downside for me was having to use data all the time

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#55 - gongthehawkeye (07/29/2016) [-]
That's the only problem with the whole "get out of the house" thing. That, and battery, but I'm android master race, so charge has never been an issue with my phone.
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#81 - maycontainallergys (07/30/2016) [-]
I agree with that android has served me well for years
#64 - I ******* love molly, I've only done it once but it was ******…  [+] (1 reply) 07/29/2016 on Great parenting +1
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#65 - hmeyer (07/29/2016) [-]
Dropped some molly new years eve and had the greatest time ever. Dancin and lovin life even tho i was the only one rollin at the party

Also if ur into blow, chicks that do blow are generally whores so ya know little tip to get ur tip wet
#63 - If I find my kid's ****, I'll wait till they get home, pull it…  [+] (2 replies) 07/29/2016 on Great parenting -1
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#66 - DrewRSmith (07/29/2016) [-]
In all honesty, school and drugs are different problems with different solutions.

IDC if my kid is dropping out, if I catch her with weed I'm gonna smoke it with her, so she feels safe smoking at home. Where I can keep her out of trouble. Last thing I need is a high school drop out sneaking around behind my back smoking weed where she can get her ass in trouble or killed.

Speaking as a father of two little girls.
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#70 - gongthehawkeye (07/29/2016) [-]
Oh don't get me wrong, I won't make them feel bad about it, the whole grounding thing was just kind of a joke. In all honesty I'm just gonna be like "I don't care if you do this because I do too, but just be careful with this shit because like any habit, it can turn bad if you let it". Although, I'd rather my child be older when they pick it up/get into it, like 14-16 just maybe stay off of it or make it a rare thing, but by the time they're 17, sure, pick it up recreationally.
And obviously I'd smoke with my kids, especially as they get older and become adults of their own. I feel like every relationship whether it's friendship, marriage, parent/kid, whatever can be improved by smoking with that person. Case in point, some of the best friends I made my 1st year of college was from a mutual love of smoking (we started out just smoking together and now we actually hang out legitimately), and it helped break the ice between me and my roommate and kickstart our friendship, especially since I introduced him to it (he'd never done it before college and even still thanks me for letting him have his first smoke with me). Hell, drugs in general when done correctly (in moderation and when you or someone you're with is experienced) can have so many positive effects. Psychedelics especially for if you want to get deep and psychological with yourself/others. More so than drinking because getting drunk with someone just 9 times out of 10 leads to bad situations between 2 or more people because people just get angry when they're drunk, which is why I'm not much of a drinker, I don't like how I am when I'm drunk and I want to be sure I don't do something I'll regret to someone I care about. Hell, if my kids are adults out of college and shit and they want to do some psychedelics with me like maybe some acid once in a while, I would be fine. Be cool with shit, but not totally permissive, authoritative but not authoritarian. That's how you avoid having someone who goes overboard with this shit. Kids only lie when they're afraid of how parents will react. I wanna be a dad where my kids feel fine bringing up anything to me knowing that even if I don't approve or they get in trouble, I won't be a dick about it.

That's why I have such a problem with my dad, he's so traditional and old fashioned (especially on the concept of recreational drug use) that I can't see eye-to-eye with him on anything, we don't talk or connect because every time I approach him, he turns it into an argument. Plus he's stubborn as all hell, too. When he found out I smoked, he was pissed even though he's pretty misinformed about weed in general, and he even just hates smoking in general whether it's weed or just regular papers. He even thinks they're one in the same (I remember as a kid asking him if he ever smoked weed and he said "I smoked cigars one time when I was 18 but never again" and whenever I tell him that's totally different from smoking weed he just denies it and insists he knows what he's talking about). I could accept the fact that he doesn't like smoke in general if it weren't for such a stupid reason (because any form of smoking does damage to your body and that's a form of suicide which is a sin, and it poisons your soul and means you can't touch your loved ones because you'll poison them too). He thinks anyone who smokes is just instantly a bad person because smoking is morally wrong, and if you raise issue with that or try to disagree and use logic to back up your side he'll just say "Just because it's a logical argument doesn't mean it's a valid one because morality can trump logic". It's the African parenting style, it's how he was raised, how his parents were raised, and how he raised me and my sister. It teaches you to do shit like this. Oh, and shelter the hell out of your kids too, because that's how you keep them on the straight and narrow.