And pass 8 bars and 12 liquor stores on the way. Or go to your friend's house where the liquor cabinet is unlocked...or your own house. You don't have to call anyone or go anywhere.No need to I have a phone and any one of numerous numbers I could call despite not using it for well over a year, most of them would still be up, supermarket is closed If I REALLY wanted to I could drive down to Robbles Park and get swarmed by 14 year old kids with handfuls of dime bags too. nevermind that it is 3 am.
So, if this is the case, then your argument doesn't seem pertinent. Others have said, in this thread, that the feeling of alcohol is far worse, in many ways, than the feeling of marijuana. You are contradicting yourself.I will give you Alcohol use is higher among teenagers, as it is with our population as a whole, this will not change it is our preferred drug of choice. Many people simply do not like the feeling of being high, others do not like the idea of inhaling smoke.
Sorry, the numbers I posted refute those that you did. And mine were from an American study, yours were from an European study of Americans. Mine would get the nod from a validity standpoint.
You are missing the point. Legality is irrelevant for the motivation for kids, but it is relevant for the drug's availability for kids to obtain.I agree legality is irrelevant for kids, it is illegal either way, but you are using legality as your argument still, and there you go saying availability is the issue again