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Zetox wrote:Gazoo agrees with you but if the substance is illegal then they shouldnt be doing it.

Gazoo doesnt support smoking nor smoke, cigarettes are legal and it is the individual right to decide whether to smoke or not. They know the risk

Gazoo agrees with you but do the legal stuff not the illegal stuff!

but following the law of the land!

Gazoo hates the smell of weed! When you leave Cornell Campus you can sometimes smell weed and it is horrible smell!!

nicotine and cigarette smoke is also a horrible smell. but hey, when will you complain about that? it's something you get used to.

The smell of cigarette smoke begins to grow on you

American Thanelaw wrote:I think anything carcinogenic should be discouraged, cigarettes for example on the package has "This is known to cause cancer!"

On the other hand the devils lettuce is fantastic :D

This is probably an r/whoooosh so if so ignore me ;)
but like pretty much everything in life is carcinogenic to some extent. Yknow your shampoo & conditioner? i bet it will contain something along the lines of sodium laurel (or laureth) sulfate. Now this is basically the foamy stuff that people think means the shampoo "is working". It's fairly useless at actually cleaning the hair, that's up to several other chemicals i currently cba to talk about... But anyway, sodium laurel sulfate is carcinogenic, and so are literally thousands of other chemicals (natural or otherwise) that you encounter on a daily basis often without even knowing it.
It's basically like when people say "chemicals are bad", when y'know literally everything is chemical. But on the topic of weed, I'm personally very much in favour of legalisation in the UK and abroad (though obviously I don't know the explicit context in other jurisdictions).

In the UK if you want weed you can get it without too much stress, and when it comes to personal use though it is still nominally illegal its treated in a very "slap on the wrist" way, often just dismissed without even a police caution on the PNC. Because of this, and the mammoth increase in CBD products on the market, I believe it makes sense from a social and economic sense to legalise. Currently the money going into dealers pockets ends up going up a chain, usually to what is referred to as Serious & Organised Crime, Organised Crime Groups (OCGs), often (though this is tbf mainly with poppy fields and heroin) actually funding terror groups.

Under a regulated legal marijuana market, there could be an additional tax on top of VAT for marijuana sales, so government actually gains an income stream through these sales, and of course government would be able to prevent that money falling into the wrong hands through HMRC inspections of corporations, combined with Unexplained Wealth Orders and the many other tools the National Crime Agency have to monitor corporate money and tackle potential OCG activity in the UK.

More importantly than all of this however, is regulation of THC/CBD levels. At the moment "street strains" have very strong THC levels, as this provides the "high" and the addictive element of the drug. Under a regulated system, much like has already been implemented in other nations, the amount of THC could be limited by statute. THC limitation can reduce the psychoactive element of marijuana, preventing the all-too-common mental disorders associated with the drug, and when combined with higher CBD levels (which partly counteract the effects of THC) the actual "high" is substantially decreased. Effectively what is being sold on the streets now is the "spirits" form of weed, under a legal system we could artificially make the effects more like a can of cider.

Without effective legalisation policies we will continue to put young people at risk. We will continue to give billions to organised crime instead of getting tax revenues to support the NHS and schools! How ludicrous is that? Personally I believe addiction to marijuana should be treated as a social and health issue just like alcoholism or severe tabacco addictions (rather than the criminal issue it is currently seen as), and the tax revenue garnered from the legalisation process could potentially be put towards this purpose. I'm not encouraging drug usage, I don't use drugs myself and I have only ever smoked tobacco a couple of times (my outlook on cigarettes was mainly "meh") but I believe legalising causes far more good than it does harm.

I'm more than happy to debate this here or on discord if ppl want to.

Cappedore wrote:nicotine and cigarette smoke is also a horrible smell. but hey, when will you complain about that? it's something you get used to.

Exactly, as Kid Brunswick says in 4AM - "Cigarettes and sex, helps us get past all of it again" - good song would reccommend go check it out

This world is hellish, let people live their lives as they see fit, you only have one life so you may as well make the most of it ig.
But tbh I literally named this account after an acronym sh*tting on people who disagree with my position on planning permissions and urban development in the UK, so i get it if you dont take me seriously (half the time i dont either tbh).

so anyway if you've read this far then thats kinda cool ig but im gonna stop typing now and go give my boyfriend a cuddle because hes looking hella needy, alrighty now have a good day bye :D

Can someone tell me which of the vaccines have the 5G hotspot microchip? I just bought a 5G phone and my reception is pretty weak at the moment so I want to get the vaccine that will best boost my cell service. Thanks!

Capital Markets wrote:Can someone tell me which of the vaccines have the 5G hotspot microchip? I just bought a 5G phone and my reception is pretty weak at the moment so I want to get the vaccine that will best boost my cell service. Thanks!

*Puts Tinfoil hat back on and starts making more molotovs*

Capital Markets wrote:Can someone tell me which of the vaccines have the 5G hotspot microchip? I just bought a 5G phone and my reception is pretty weak at the moment so I want to get the vaccine that will best boost my cell service. Thanks!

Only the vaccines which require a booster. J&J won't cut it im afraid.

The British Imperial wrote:*Puts Tinfoil hat back on and starts making more molotovs*

To the conspiracy tank!
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Cappedore wrote:nicotine and cigarette smoke is also a horrible smell. but hey, when will you complain about that? it's something you get used to.

Gazoo complains about cigarettes smoke! Gazoo doesn’t like smoke! Gazoo is Straight Edge! No Drugs no Alcohol!

Staine wrote:The smell of cigarette smoke begins to grow on you

Cigarette smokes is horrible!

NIMBYs wrote:This is probably an r/whoooosh so if so ignore me ;)
but like pretty much everything in life is carcinogenic to some extent. Yknow your shampoo & conditioner? i bet it will contain something along the lines of sodium laurel (or laureth) sulfate. Now this is basically the foamy stuff that people think means the shampoo "is working". It's fairly useless at actually cleaning the hair, that's up to several other chemicals i currently cba to talk about... But anyway, sodium laurel sulfate is carcinogenic, and so are literally thousands of other chemicals (natural or otherwise) that you encounter on a daily basis often without even knowing it.
It's basically like when people say "chemicals are bad", when y'know literally everything is chemical. But on the topic of weed, I'm personally very much in favour of legalisation in the UK and abroad (though obviously I don't know the explicit context in other jurisdictions).

In the UK if you want weed you can get it without too much stress, and when it comes to personal use though it is still nominally illegal its treated in a very "slap on the wrist" way, often just dismissed without even a police caution on the PNC. Because of this, and the mammoth increase in CBD products on the market, I believe it makes sense from a social and economic sense to legalise. Currently the money going into dealers pockets ends up going up a chain, usually to what is referred to as Serious & Organised Crime, Organised Crime Groups (OCGs), often (though this is tbf mainly with poppy fields and heroin) actually funding terror groups.

Under a regulated legal marijuana market, there could be an additional tax on top of VAT for marijuana sales, so government actually gains an income stream through these sales, and of course government would be able to prevent that money falling into the wrong hands through HMRC inspections of corporations, combined with Unexplained Wealth Orders and the many other tools the National Crime Agency have to monitor corporate money and tackle potential OCG activity in the UK.

More importantly than all of this however, is regulation of THC/CBD levels. At the moment "street strains" have very strong THC levels, as this provides the "high" and the addictive element of the drug. Under a regulated system, much like has already been implemented in other nations, the amount of THC could be limited by statute. THC limitation can reduce the psychoactive element of marijuana, preventing the all-too-common mental disorders associated with the drug, and when combined with higher CBD levels (which partly counteract the effects of THC) the actual "high" is substantially decreased. Effectively what is being sold on the streets now is the "spirits" form of weed, under a legal system we could artificially make the effects more like a can of cider.

Without effective legalisation policies we will continue to put young people at risk. We will continue to give billions to organised crime instead of getting tax revenues to support the NHS and schools! How ludicrous is that? Personally I believe addiction to marijuana should be treated as a social and health issue just like alcoholism or severe tabacco addictions (rather than the criminal issue it is currently seen as), and the tax revenue garnered from the legalisation process could potentially be put towards this purpose. I'm not encouraging drug usage, I don't use drugs myself and I have only ever smoked tobacco a couple of times (my outlook on cigarettes was mainly "meh") but I believe legalising causes far more good than it does harm.

I'm more than happy to debate this here or on discord if ppl want to.

Exactly, as Kid Brunswick says in 4AM - "Cigarettes and sex, helps us get past all of it again" - good song would reccommend go check it out

This world is hellish, let people live their lives as they see fit, you only have one life so you may as well make the most of it ig.
But tbh I literally named this account after an acronym sh*tting on people who disagree with my position on planning permissions and urban development in the UK, so i get it if you dont take me seriously (half the time i dont either tbh).

so anyway if you've read this far then thats kinda cool ig but im gonna stop typing now and go give my boyfriend a cuddle because hes looking hella needy, alrighty now have a good day bye :D

Gazoo doesn’t believe weed shouldn’t available if it is illegal

Zetox wrote:Gazoo complains about cigarettes smoke! Gazoo doesn’t like smoke! Gazoo is Straight Edge! No Drugs no Alcohol!

Cigarette smokes is horrible!

Gazoo doesn’t believe weed shouldn’t available if it is illegal

If you don't think it should be available illegally, then legalise it

Kervus wrote:Helloooo

Welcome :)

Is there a right to vote if you are a citizen?

NIMBYs wrote:If you don't think it should be available illegally, then legalise it

Gazoo believes drugs that are illegal under state law, shouldn’t be available within their jurisdiction!

Kervus wrote:Helloooo

Hello Friend!

Cappedore wrote:Welcome :)

Yes! Welcome Kervus!!

Staine wrote:Is there a right to vote if you are a citizen?

There is!!

United Sentinel States wrote:Care to point out were I'm devaluing his life?

'...you are a very sad person, and deserve no respect.'
Although it is implied indirectly

All lives matter!!

Capital Markets wrote:All lives matter!!

Quick reminder for United Sentinel States to set up the popcorn stand in advance for this topic, this is going to be another heated RMB debate.

Greater Fireland wrote:'...you are a very sad person, and deserve no respect.'
Although it is implied indirectly

If indirect implication is all you got then you're looking for what you wanted to have happened, not what actually happened

Leria wrote:Quick reminder for United Sentinel States to set up the popcorn stand in advance for this topic, this is going to be another heated RMB debate.

I'm going to back out on this one, I'm not getting caught in the riot full of those cruel and stupid enough to argue against a saying that means each persons life matters
*fades into the crowd*

Alright guys, its yoga and weed time. I want you out of your yurts in 20 minutes. Cappedore will be playing the bongos.

Rest in Peace Prince Philip, and God Save Queen Elizabeth II.

Capital Markets wrote:All lives matter!!

Yes! All lives matter!!!

Cappedore wrote:Rest in Peace Prince Philip, and God Save Queen Elizabeth II.

Yes, Gazoo is watching the wonderful coverage of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg funeral and it is very heartbreaking to see HM The Queen all alone.

God Save The Queen!

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