posted on Jul, 8 2008 @ 05:13 PM
This thread has two joint interconnected topics...
If you thought about it there wouldnt be a street drug deemed illegal if there was no name given to it.
Plus, how is it that it's assumed that you know a particular street drug when it's in your possession found out by a law enforcement officer? I
mean, there was no way to assume you had taken a school class on what drugs look like and what they do. Plus, just who is giving drugs names? The
street or some scientists or the law enforcment agencies?
It's sort of like words deems as bad words in society... How and where do ppl get to learn what are societies deemed bad words? They dont teach
anyone in school these so-called bad words. So like how can, say, a person get mad at you for using one society deemed bad word without saying where
and how they got to learn the word was bad? And if you got beat up for saying a so-called particular word, then how that look with you taking it out
on someone else as if you basically learned a bad behavior (to punish or hurt someone for saying a certain word)?
Society is flat out acting like it picked up a bad behavior. I'd rather know someone can say any and every word than realize them get subjected to
bad behavior becausse of a word they said. Which is worse? A bad word or a bad behavior? What ever happened to 'sticks and stone may break my bones,
but word may never hurt me'? Good behaving ppl such the saying sticks in to this day.
If you got society basically teaching you that it's OK to act to punish someone when that someone says a certain word to you, then what's that say
about society's behavior? So right now ppl are involved in a conspiracy to corrupt the world by bringing about bad behavior as if it's what is
acceptable. With all due respect, "F" that! Lets help society gets it's behavior right.