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September 12, 2012, 10:03:07 AM
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like this request for cannabis: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108954.0

Because I couldn't find a post regarding this. Or I'm just blind.
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September 12, 2012, 10:09:14 AM
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http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3156/2867747404_a63ba4621e.jpg ... strangest cannabis i've seen

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September 12, 2012, 10:14:43 AM
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Haha, ok, that post wasn't there when I made this thread.

Red (Cherry) Berry is a strain of cannabis that's particularly potent in THC, so that was what he seemed to be talking about.



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September 12, 2012, 10:29:48 AM
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If I were a cop I'd be placing such ads on an open internet forum too.

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September 12, 2012, 10:35:39 AM
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If I were a cop I'd be placing such ads on an open internet forum too.

Ha. You underestimate people.

I'm a moderator on Europe's biggest board on weightlifting and bodybuilding. We have people coming in and trying to buy and sell steroids all day everyday on an open board. Not cop people, real people. I need to spend more time kickbanning these idiots and deleting their offers/requests than actually moderating. It's absurd.
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September 12, 2012, 11:11:33 AM
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If I were a cop I'd be placing such ads on an open internet forum too.

Ha. You underestimate people.

I'm a moderator on Europe's biggest board on weightlifting and bodybuilding. We have people coming in and trying to buy and sell steroids all day everyday on an open board. Not cop people, real people. I need to spend more time kickbanning these idiots and deleting their offers/requests than actually moderating. It's absurd.


What should be legal/illegal or allowed/banned should be as straightforward as perpetrator + victim = crime.  What is absurd is the number of people on this planet that so eagerly jump on the state sponsored morality bandwagon and make crime an unbalanced equation.  If two individuals willingly want to enter into any business transactions for a commodity that hurts no one but themselves, what business is it of ours, or the cops, or the state to interfere? 

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September 12, 2012, 11:16:56 AM
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Go to the silk road forum and go nuts.

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September 12, 2012, 11:27:23 AM
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If I were a cop I'd be placing such ads on an open internet forum too.

Ha. You underestimate people.

I'm a moderator on Europe's biggest board on weightlifting and bodybuilding. We have people coming in and trying to buy and sell steroids all day everyday on an open board. Not cop people, real people. I need to spend more time kickbanning these idiots and deleting their offers/requests than actually moderating. It's absurd.


What should be legal/illegal or allowed/banned should be as straightforward as perpetrator + victim = crime.  What is absurd is the number of people on this planet that so eagerly jump on the state sponsored morality bandwagon and make crime an unbalanced equation.  If two individuals willingly want to enter into any business transactions for a commodity that hurts no one but themselves, what business is it of ours, or the cops, or the state to interfere? 

Let's start with: I don't want that weightlifting forum to be in the press under the headline "Internet forum poisons our kids" or to be closed down as an accessory to illegal sales. Which both have already happened to competing forums.
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September 12, 2012, 12:27:54 PM
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Let's start with: I don't want that weightlifting forum to be in the press under the headline "Internet forum poisons our kids" or to be closed down as an accessory to illegal sales. Which both have already happened to competing forums.

I understand your point about trying to keep your site up, but understand my point that the only perpetrator of a crime in your example is the state, it's mouthpieces, and it's enforcers, and the victim is the forums and freedoms of individuals.  I'll pass no judgment against anyone that wishes to abide by the status quo, but will use the opportunity when the situation warrants to state my opinion.  I do not recommend anyone indulge in illegal acts in an open forum, but we can use these forums to discuss the injustice of illegal laws.

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September 12, 2012, 12:41:39 PM
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Let's start with: I don't want that weightlifting forum to be in the press under the headline "Internet forum poisons our kids" or to be closed down as an accessory to illegal sales. Which both have already happened to competing forums.

I understand your point about trying to keep your site up, but understand my point that the only perpetrator of a crime in your example is the state, it's mouthpieces, and it's enforcers, and the victim is the forums and freedoms of individuals.  I'll pass no judgment against anyone that wishes to abide by the status quo, but will use the opportunity when the situation warrants to state my opinion.  I do not recommend anyone indulge in illegal acts in an open forum, but we can use these forums to discuss the injustice of illegal laws.

I see your point and concur. Personally I find the whole anti-doping-agenda an exercise in futility, lobbyism and retardedness. Decriminalizing access to and use of steroids would vastly improve the quality of available product and empower users to receive advice from their physician, both of which would drastically lower adverse side effects.

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