Oh. You mean like being addicted to playing video games like WoW, then? I mean, people DO actually neglect their responsibilities, forget about their children and find it difficult, if not impossible, to hold down a job due to addictions to things like video games. Or gambling. Or... adrenaline sports.If meth were lawfully used as directed by the manufacturer, the user would become chemically addicted and (as with almost any other legal addiction) begin neglecting responsibilities with the sole drive and purpose of acquiring their next fix. Children and family would be forgotten (sometimes even sold), the user would not be able to hold down a job or pay bills.
Drugs don't do that either. Neither do video games. Or gambling. The PEOPLE do that.Firearms do not do that.
No. It CAN drive people to WANT to commit crime, however, much like being poor can drive people to want to commit crime. Or peer pressure. What is your point? The PEOPLE are not forced to do a goddamn thing.Yes, chemical addiction does drive people to crime.
Oh, my bad. I thought you said "chemical dependence". Isn't that what you said? I could have SWORN that was what you said.Ahh so the problem is that you need a basic education of the severity of various drugs.
Drug addiction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Caffeine and nicotine simply do not compare to meth.
That IS what you said!Chemical dependence is a pro-active negative force in the family
Care to rephrase what you said and apply it ONLY to meth? Because as a former cocaine AND crack addict, I can guarandamntee you that it didn't MAKE me do jack ****ing ****. It didn't even compel me to. Nor did it drive me to. Neither did pot, or acid, or shrooms, or heroin.