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MJ was the gateway drug? You're telling me this girl never had a sprain, dental procedure or any sort of medical treatment with opiates prior to using MJ in highschool Paulette Burgess? I think FAR more kids have experience with PILLS way before you notice ANY signs that they're using drugs. I would say it starts with that fuzzy feeling after the dentist and certainly way before they've had a chance to use MJ.
Glad to see it but where is the love for the plant or even me? You'll never beat the black market the way Washington has the system set up imho. While you're competing to be the cheapest - where at in this process are you taking care and thought of the customer experience? If your stuff is bunk in one bag - are you going to make it right by hooking the next one up fat like the black market does? You can't and that'll be enough for me to walk. These are simple items that are falling to the way side in the name of regulation that's crippling the industry's ability to compete with the black market.
While I cannot put a number in hypothetical 'damages' but I'd be certain there are far less 'damages' than that involved with alcohol or prescription medications. Please define casualties.
Muddy - You must have missed the part where the jury said "We the jury find the defendant guilty."
I clearly stated twice I’m not a supporter of either at this point. Subtlety on the second account, but none the less. I'm just calling out the slant. Which is obvious and you welcome it because it fits your ideology. This is nothing more than a mud slinging contest and SR and Inlander are the ones with the handfuls of mud. Both seem to me as being nothing more than anti-shea propaganda machines as of late. I shared a comment on The Inlanders most recent slant piece or should I say their Biviano campaign ad that went up today. I’ll include it here. \r\rSociety of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics – to “distinguish between advocacy and news reporting,” while simultaneously “seeking truth and providing a fair and comprehensive account of events and issues.” \r
Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics – to “distinguish between advocacy and news reporting,” while simultaneously “seeking truth and providing a fair and comprehensive account of events and issues.”
I don´t understand why both media outlets in Spokane are beating this dead horse. You clearly aren´t interested in the issues, just the drama. I can see why he doesn´t want to waste time answering questions from either outlet.I´ve posted a similar comment on SR.com and seeing how there is not much of a difference at the inlander. I´ll just regurgitate the comment. Kind of like you did with story.-----“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see the slant, it’s politics and media. You certainly don’t have to be a supporter of either canidate to see that SR disproportionately reports in favor of one canidate over the other. I’m not a supporter of either at this point.However running a quick search of SR.com of both names Amy Biviano and Matt Shea you can come to the conclusion yourself that fair and unbiased reporting from SR is about as accurate as with FOX news. I’ve found no critictism of Biviano from SR stories (if you find one please point it out), only when it comes to Shea do they pull punches. In her latest smear, I think that Biviano stooped to a whole new low. She is not taking to the issues only turning the issues into a circus - this attack in and of itself makes me sway to Shea.”
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