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WTF is that muppet waffling on about?
His message is of some importance, the audio is translated into large text so you can read what he's saying.
Now before you press 'Play' on the Vid, first switch the playback speed to 50% or 25% (.5 or .25) so you can understand better.

Just the first 10 seconds will be enough to get the basic Idea but try for the full video of 55 seconds.
The medical weed is available to those who qualify, subject to medical approval, subject to testing, it's a high quality operation.
 

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He's stoned off his tits in all his videos. Most times traipsing through Amsterdam past the whore houses to sample the finest skunk that Narco state can offer.
He's a medical cannabis patient and cannabis critic, he sends reports from many countries who provide legal choice.
Skunk (was popular in the 90's of the 20th century, things have moved on a lot since then, outside of your range) hasn't been reviewed, has it? He's usually showing us Indica, Sativa & Hybrids in their many forms.

He's a model youth that Professor would wish our youth to emulate.
He's different to you & me. He's got it much better and healthier than my generation had in Ireland.
I'm glad that the youth have the opportunity to avail of medical weed should they need it, rather than them and their parents being hounded by police and dealers in your prohibition Ideal, what a shame?

The troof is out there if you smoke enough
The truth is out their for all of us to embrace, what ever is your Fix?
 

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Buddy those posts are far too long. No-one is going to read them.
The posts are unavailable for most people to read anyway. Those who do probably don't care to understand or ignore the legitimate evidence presented.

I'm delighted to simply research and write the material for you all and myself.
Also in rehearsal of presenting the arguments to other audiences who wish to discuss the issues.

It's a learning experience for all of us if we want to engage and it's a learning experience to observe those who don't want to engage or choose to denigrate and slander the issues and how it's done.

We may find ourselves at a Town hall meeting some day and will need to have our wits about us one way or the other when speaking in public, this is the practice session - Do you care to make progress on your arguments?
 

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His message is of some importance, the audio is translated into large text so you can read what he's saying. Now before you press 'Play' on the Vid, first switch the playback speed to 50% or 25% (.5 or .25) so you can understand better.
Sir, Is the need to take those steps just to make him understandable a result of his drug use?
 

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Anyway, time to remember(it was only last night) a favourite drug fix - Yer aul friend Alcohol - Can you face it?
(probably not)


Alcohol Addiction in Ireland - Facts​

Alcohol Action Ireland (AAI, 2015) have gathered some the most recent research related to harmful drinking and alcoholism in Ireland. Just some of the recent Irish alcohol-related facts include:

Alcohol consumption in Ireland almost trebled over four decades between 1960 (4.9 litres) and 2001 (14.3 litres).

  • 1.35 million Irish people between the ages of 18 and 75 are classified as ‘harmful drinkers’
  • 75% of all alcohol consumed in Ireland in 2013 was done so as part of a binge drinking session.
  • As a result, Ireland is 2nd in the world when it comes to binge drinking.
  • 150,000 Irish people between the ages of 18 and 75 are classified as ‘dependent drinkers’, i.e. alcoholics.
  • 1-in-4 deaths of young men aged 15-39 are related to alcohol in some way.
  • https://www.rutlandcentre.ie/addictions-we-treat/alcoholism
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Another Fix to sooth the addiction is Gambling - It appears that the Gambling addicts brain responds as if it's on Drugs!!

. . . Studies have shown that the release of dopamine during gambling occurs in brain areas similar to those activated by taking drugs of abuse. In fact, similar to drugs, repeated exposure to gambling and uncertainty produces lasting changes in the human brain. These reward pathways, similar to those seen in individuals suffering from drug addiction, become hypersensitive. Animal studies suggest that these brain changes due to uncertainty can even enhance gamblers’ cravings and desire for addictive drugs.
 

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A problem for typical Irish Drug Users like you'd find on this site is Denial.
Picture it, they've been smoking cigarettes all evening with their beers. They're on meds too - Antidepressants which give them the urge and capacity to drink more than the sober punter.

Anyway, tipping away all evening having a great time then they go outside for another smoke and there a buddy passes them a tasty joint:LOL: which they hog a bit too much after holding on to it . . .

Then observers note a sudden change in the normally chatty and witty drinker friend - He's gone all quite and a bit pale, starts to stumble back in towards the jax :ROFLMAO: and disappears inside a cubicle - Talks to God on the big white telephone for 1/2 an hour, disappears in a taxi.
Meanwhile the recreational herbalist appreciates the hops in a single craft ale and has a fantastic relaxing night.
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That's an eye opener:ROFLMAO: though
Cigarettes - A tough addiction many never shake
Drink - Another tough one if you're addicted.
Meds - They're hellish to quit and the side effects are hellish too, a pitiful catch 22
Gambling - It'll clear out your pockets and your friends & families pockets too if you're addicted bad enough.

The cracker is when one maintains or is a slave to the addictive habits of all the above at the same time.
Some are and then they start dabbling on the "Coke" :ROFLMAO: FFS How much addiction can they cram into their lives.

And yet some will say that a little occasional weed is worse than the above :oops: 🥲 🤣🤣🤣😂
 

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WHAT’S BEHIND THE rise in road deaths?


For Frank O’Connell, coroner for South Cork, it’s a question with a simple answer.

“Number one: speed,” O’Connell says.

“Number two: alcohol. Number three: cocaine. If we could eliminate those, we’d be down to 50 or 60 road deaths per year.”

Fifty or 60 road deaths would represent a sea change from where we are now.

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The solution to the Irish drug problem?

🥇🥇🥇Coin it!!



It's almost every day now at Dublin Airport - Passengers XL suitcases found to be stuffed full of Weed.

USA, Canada, Asia etc - They cannot resist the big profits beyond 'Arrivals'
 

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So, one is in debt, a down and out Crim back in malaysia or thailand or where ever and decides to do courier at risk of being caught at D.A.?
It's probably not a bad deal for the Crim who at worst gets fed and supported by Irish Justice to a short stay in sheltered accommodation and then gets to apply for refugee protection in Ireland away from their dangerous past debtors??

Win win, they do not lose in Ireland.

A JAMAICAN drug courier sentenced to 10 years in jail for cocaine smuggling has been granted refugee status. The Irish Independent can reveal that the Jamaican female drug courier received a 10-year sentence in 1999 after being caught with ?50,000 worth of cocaine.
A JAMAICAN drug courier sentenced to 10 years in jail for cocaine smuggling has been granted refugee status.
The Irish Independent can reveal that the Jamaican female drug courier received a 10-year sentence in 1999 after being caught with ?50,000 worth of cocaine.
She was granted refugee status in April.
The revelation comes as it emerged that a Nigerian mother of four-year-old twins - one of whom is autistic - could yet be deported.
Yesterday Justice Minister Michael McDowell arranged for a stay on the deportation order for Clonakilty-based Olivia Agbonlahor.
"We want to stay here - we don't want to go back to Nigeria. There is nothing for us there," said the mother-of-two.
 

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