Robert Ludvig (
Fri, 03 Mar 2000 15:59:44 PST

Oh come on, do you think Im stupid??? You know DAMN WELL I meant "taking
drugs". Drugs DO affect all of us. Higher Insurance premiums, health care
costs, tax dollars, etc. to pay for drug prevention programs, after care
programs, what not. If you legalize that shit, there will be a jump in the
numbers of those who use them, they will have unfettered access to them,
which means you'll have more and more ppl having more serious drug problems.
  I agree with you that perhaps this is some sort of "Natural selection" to
kill off all the idiots in our society, but I dont want my tax dollars going
to pay for their care. If legalizing drugs is such a good idea, why hasnt
it happened or why haven't more serious steps been taken to legalize it?
Oh, and about my creationist views, I NEVER SAID that they ought to teach
that in schools, just acknowledge it. I never had a teacher sit down and
teach it and neither have any of the rest of you, they merely mention it in
>Now, to address it the other way you said, drugs don't do shit to you.
>*Taking* them does. So, legalizing drugs will not turn you or me into an
>addict. Sitting in a room full of crack rocks will not get you using them.
>Some people can become addicted after one hit, yes. That's why I will
>try them. Legal or not. And it's a darwinist approach, in my view - if
>stupid enough to get hooked on them, you got what you asked for. You took
>risk, live with the hand dealt you. I know quite a few casual users. They
>no worse off than I. Most are as good or better than me at our similar
>they are not impeded by their usage of it. So they are left with a little
>money than a case of beer would cost, so what.
> >
> > and widespread than alcohol. And about the creationist thing, I am a
> > Christian and I can see how creationism is a little hard to swallow.
> > Personally, I think creationism exists through evolution: I think God
> > created life by evolving it.....but that's another discussion.
> >
>Both off-topic, so they're sort of the same here. My problem with
>as a theory is that it is the Christian version. Great, you want
>taught in school, teach them *all*. The Philipino (do I have this right?)
>religious idea that their god dropped some of his own blood or whatever
>the ocean and their island was born there, etc., the American Indian
>creation theory, all of it. Clog the schools with hours of contradictory
>religious views. Or, go with the semi-provable. Evolution is not 100%
>no, but you can point to repeatable parts of it (fruit flies, etc.) whereas
>cannot even get a consistent position from Christians in general of whether
>creationism is a poorly written story, fact, half-and-half or what. It may
>up being 100% right, but currently it can't hold water on its own.
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>'A Brit In Git'."
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