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tycho
#101 Posted : Monday, December 03, 2018 5:15:53 PM
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The rates at which we desire 'legalization' are indicative of the rates of despair and anguish among the masses.

But even when seeking God, there are more powerful techniques of being in the right mental and spirit states, that our clamor is more about how ignorant and helpless we are.

Maybe, governments are so reticent in legalizing because traditionally, the widespread and wanton use of the drug is associated with decadence.

Legalization is an admission of failure of social authority and organization.
majimaji
#102 Posted : Wednesday, December 05, 2018 3:17:32 PM
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tycho wrote:
The rates at which we desire 'legalization' are indicative of the rates of despair and anguish among the masses.

But even when seeking God, there are more powerful techniques of being in the right mental and spirit states, that our clamor is more about how ignorant and helpless we are.

Maybe, governments are so reticent in legalizing because traditionally, the widespread and wanton use of the drug is associated with decadence.

Legalization is an admission of failure of social authority and organization.


Nice kizungu.
Can we have the stuff legalized,asii.
tycho
#103 Posted : Wednesday, December 05, 2018 4:22:33 PM
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majimaji wrote:
tycho wrote:
The rates at which we desire 'legalization' are indicative of the rates of despair and anguish among the masses.

But even when seeking God, there are more powerful techniques of being in the right mental and spirit states, that our clamor is more about how ignorant and helpless we are.

Maybe, governments are so reticent in legalizing because traditionally, the widespread and wanton use of the drug is associated with decadence.

Legalization is an admission of failure of social authority and organization.


Nice kizungu.
Can we have the stuff legalized,asii.


Reminds me of a child crying for a sweet. Or a titty...
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