posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 06:19 PM
Originally posted by unityemissions
People know that snorting glue is retarded, but many morons still think that consuming alcoholic energy drinks is cool and relatively safe.
At the risk of appearing "prideful" or even "tolerant" of my roots I know plenty of people who think sniffing glue is cool and safe.
You cant legislate against stupidity. People are going to be stupid dumbasses whether it's against the law to be or not. Whether some "evil big
business" is selling the product or not.
Damn big glue. Elmers is killing our kids with their poison.
It's like being stupid is seen as cool and relatively harmless by so many posters and voters. Find something you hate, "big business", and drag out
all the irrational garbage you can to make them hurt or at least to feel like you're making them hurt. It's okay to be a complete imbecile and
legislate against high winds, aging, unicorns and all flavors of imaginary and unpreventable threats wasting millions of dollars and man hours in the
process as long as you feel like you're sticking it to something you think you hate for some reason you think you may have.
What's the real target for those who approve? The mixing of caffeine and alcohol? The stupid behavior of stupid people? The safety of said idiots?
The fact that somebody somewhere is profiting from a product? Alcohol consumption as a whole? Closet prohibitionists maybe?
Depending on how one rationalizes such an absurd measure will help define your place on the idiocy scale. Maybe you're actually sort of smart. Maybe
you're real target is alcohol consumption as a whole and you'll take any win you can get. Maybe you're actually a real idiot and think that by
keeping peanut butter and jelly out of the same jar nobody will ever put them together outside of their respective jars. Maybe you're just carrying
some ridiculous ideal based vendetta against anyone and anything that turns a profit. Maybe you just love your government so much it just cant ever
make a mistake.
I want the real reason for support. At least then I know you've tried to think.