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Old 02 July 2007, 18:10   #11
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Out of interest how many crack addicts or coke heads can hold a job down.

You sound like such a expert have you tried politics.

Sorry this was a response to the Cod or Prawn
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Old 02 July 2007, 18:31   #12
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Is sympathy due to the missing person I wonder???
Not unless you condone the activities of low-life who target our children and have no sympathy for the misery they cause to thousands.

If you've ever had contact with someone affected by tragedy that the drugs trade brings on families you would be ashamed to have considered the emotion of sympathy, let alone typed such rubbish; drowning is too good for those scum.

If I found them alive I would throw them back in again. With my anchor strapped to them.
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If I found them alive I would throw them back in again. With my anchor strapped to them.
Well...I'm up for a bit of vigilante action if you like. Get Blue Ice launched-or shall we put blue uniforms on and take mine?

Hang on... I'm beginning to see a plus side to that much cocaine... is it finders keepers? That much coke could wipe out all the estate agents within the M25 AND make me a millionaire
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Not unless you condone the activities of low-life who target our children and have no sympathy for the misery they cause to thousands.

If you've ever had contact with someone affected by tragedy that the drugs trade brings on families you would be ashamed to have considered the emotion of sympathy, let alone typed such rubbish; drowning is too good for those scum.

If I found them alive I would throw them back in again. With my anchor strapped to them.
Did you take drugs as a child? I certainly didn't and they were freely available in many areas I lived - especially Yemen.

I have also had dealings with people who's lives have been blighted by alcohol - I suspect FAR more lives have been screwed up by this socially acceptable drug. Any idea how many alcoholics there are in this country? Many more than the offical figures suggest I would say......
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The difference between the legsalised, or should I say licensed, drugs (alcohol & tobacco), is that their suppliers have to work within a framework of legally and socially acceptable practises. The illegal and unlicensed trade does not, and unless you're very naive indeed, you will realise that there's nothing that the purveyors of these substances will stop at to further their sales. I'll spell it out, they are extortionists, kidnappers and murderers. The have no sympathy for their victims and they have no conscience. They don't have respect for the laws and social frame work of our society. Your concern is totally and utterly wasted on them.
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The difference between the legsalised, or should I say licensed, drugs (alcohol & tobacco), is that their suppliers have to work within a framework of legally and socially acceptable practises. The illegal and unlicensed trade does not, and unless you're very naive indeed, you will realise that there's nothing that the purveyors of these substances will stop at to further their sales. I'll spell it out, they are extortionists, kidnappers and murderers. The have no sympathy for their victims and they have no conscience. They don't have respect for the laws and social frame work of our society. Your concern is totally and utterly wasted on them.
And where exactly did I show concern?

Then again a human life has probably been lost - possibly someone who was condemned at birth to be born into the wrong background and upbringing.

Without knowing for sure I refuse to judge....................
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Indeed. In case their human rights are violated.

Yeah, right!
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time we hear some facts on this topic i think...

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