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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Absolutely not. I'm thin enough as it is.

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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    No, same answer for any drug they might legalize. I have no interest.
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    No, same answer for any drug they might legalize. I have no interest.
    Out of curiousity? Have you no vice of any kind? Smoker? Caffeine? Alcohol?
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachean View Post
    Out of curiousity? Have you no vice of any kind? Smoker? Caffeine? Alcohol?
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachean View Post
    Out of curiousity? Have you no vice of any kind? Smoker? Caffeine? Alcohol?
    I used to drink alot, but not anymore. I maybe drink alchohol once every couple of months, if that. I suppose I get caffiene from soda, but I really only drink those if I go out to a restaraunt for dinner. I don't drink coffee, no smoking.
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    I tried meth once, and I didn't like it at all. I have absolutely no interest in doing it again.

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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    Not a chance. I've seen meth addicts.
    It seems to me that would be the best preventer for anyone, meth addiction just seems to be a living death.

    Hail I'm pretty much decaffinated these days, don't drink alcohol anymore, and keep swearing I'm going to give up cigars one of these days.
    Huge caffeine fiend here, love the occasional drunken night, but I will never give up cigars, that vice is just too enjoyable, a great cigar and fine snifter of fine cognac/brandy or glass of wine is indescribably great.
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    I tried meth once, and I didn't like it at all. I have absolutely no interest in doing it again.
    A few of my friends have tried it and told me it's a dirty high, not enjoyable, but when you're hooked it's difficult to stop.
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    I thank everyone here for giving me good reason never to try it.
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    Re: If Meth Was Legalized...

    Never. Legalization of any drug would have no effect on me. I would still refuse to use any of them.
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