Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by SaltwaterServr, Dec 4, 2012.
rather easy to tell for those willing to actually take a stand.
Real easy to run away and hide
Take a stand for what? Intolerance? Bigotry? Hatred?
What do I run away and hide from?
You also didn't answer the questions - how fat, how thin, how much alcohol, how much MJ, how much cocaine, how much heroin before you get deported to this island?
400, 70, a gallon, 3 ounces, 4 kilos respectively...
As a medical professional, you likely have seen your fair share of people who have damaged themselves and are wanting to find a way back. There are folks here who don't believe that people can ever deal with addiction issues. They don't have your insight or experience.
If people go to the bottom of the web page posted, they will see the intent of putting the pictures up. I've encountered my fair share of addicts in my work and many of them have made it back and lead productive lives. There are those who don't make it back, but we shouldn't abandon the rest.
As for your question, you aren't the one running and hiding.
4 kilos? Sounds like a lot of cocaine to me, but I am admittedly ignorant about that drug.
Close enough in knowledge. Off to the island with you, miscreant!
I'm already there, but not for the cocaine.
So old Nate Newton would have had a spot on the island? I think many have recovered from this threshold. I suppose others could argue this is far too lenient as you are very harsh against the tall and very lenient against the short.
The 70 pound threshold is pretty harsh. I've seen some people get hooked in it and get pulled right out of it and lead a good life afterwards. You might want to re-think that one.
As for the alchohol limit, what timeframe on the gallon of what?
As for MJ, what timeframe to consume 3 ounces?
4 kilos of cocaine is a LOT - why so lenient on cocaine when it is arguably the worst of all the things I listed.
BTW, I'm pretty sure your answers were sarcastic but I thought I'd answer anyway.
I do rehab medicine so I see people after probably the worst thing that has ever happened to them has gone down, but they lived through it. They get their second chance. Many of them are there just by bad luck but many are there indirectly from self-destructive choices they have made in their lives. There is an incredible amount of pain and guilt they go through but somewhere in there is hope to fight and live and get better. There is that spirit in all of us if we are willing to nurture it and let it have hope.
I know it is popular in some circles to show hatred to those whose illnesses are self-inflicted. My purpose is to help heal their wounds and ease their suffering so the idea of butchering those who have harmed no one but themselves is barbaric.
Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.
the worst post ever in the history of the cowboys zone's existence.
and that....is saying something...let me tell ya.
Pretty close. I'd like to see a picture of this Adonis. Just a pot stirrer though, he doesn't believe half the crap he puts on here.