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  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Posts: 10,179
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    Kentucky bluegrass mixed with Northern California sensimilla.
  • pawzpawz Posts: 5,143
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    Kentucky bluegrass mixed with Northern California sensimilla.

    I like your idea of using organic products from NorCal. Jack Herer, Larry OG and Blue Dream at the top of the list.
    MisterEm
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,572
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    pawz said:

    We need new solutions. We should be able to reasonably ascertain by now that BigPharma doesn't work.

    All options on the table.


    https://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2017/10/23/magic-mushrooms-show-promise-as-depression-remedy-by-resetting-the-brain/




    Spanking. Rub some dirt in it. Walk up hill to school both ways. prayer "back" into the schools. More Jesus; less Darwin. Respect the police; their lives matter too! More moms at home; less uppity women. Hurricanes back to their rightful place in cfb; less Nick Saban. less cell phones and internet (except for HCH). more patriots; less foreigners. more metal; less rap. less soccer; more anything else. prayer "back" into the schools. less bullying; more being nice. less socialism; more capitalism. more segregation; less integration. more white QBs; less "athletic" QBs; more "winning"; less "losing"; more tweeting; less scheming. more facebook memes; less fake news.

    I mean, I could do this shit all day. There are so many fucking things that were better in the old days, I'm surprised this is even a question. Tackle just two of those things and watch our problems disappear.
    pawz
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 30,647
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    Prayer was out of school before I started first grade. That's how long ago it was.

    Things are better today. I'm working (cough) from home and have a phone that is better than the bank of computers in Houston that got us to the moon. Allegedly. Millennials edit movies on their phones like @Gladstone

    Medicine, technology, easy access to porn are among the great leaps forward we have taken

    You'll always break a few eggs along the way. I think in the old days they just locked up the nutbags and threw away the key.
    creepycougMikeDamone
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 30,647
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    Oh but you should spank your kids in a reasoned and cold hearted manner not in anger or violence. "Wait until your father gets home" should instill the fear of consequences for bad behavior in children
    creepycoug
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,572
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    Prayer was out of school before I started first grade. That's how long ago it was.

    Things are better today. I'm working (cough) from home and have a phone that is better than the bank of computers in Houston that got us to the moon. Allegedly. Millennials edit movies on their phones like @Gladstone

    Medicine, technology, easy access to porn are among the great leaps forward we have taken

    You'll always break a few eggs along the way. I think in the old days they just locked up the nutbags and threw away the key.

    I'll bet Constantine wasn't too thrilled with that development. Did he try to do anything about it? Pray tell; you were there!
    RaceBannon
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,572
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    Oh but you should spank your kids in a reasoned and cold hearted manner not in anger or violence. "Wait until your father gets home" should instill the fear of consequences for bad behavior in children

    I say, beat the little bastards unmercifully. The first swat is for the kid, the second, third and fourth are for me damn it!

    Pour me a drink Barbara!
    salemcoog
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 8,172
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    pawz said:

    We need new solutions. We should be able to reasonably ascertain by now that BigPharma doesn't work.

    All options on the table.


    https://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2017/10/23/magic-mushrooms-show-promise-as-depression-remedy-by-resetting-the-brain/




    I'd say Respect is the best cure for mental health problems.

    Respect for others and what they may be going through.

    But more importantly, respect for yourself.

    That would curb half of the problem.

  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Posts: 10,179
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    salemcoog said:

    pawz said:

    We need new solutions. We should be able to reasonably ascertain by now that BigPharma doesn't work.

    All options on the table.


    https://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2017/10/23/magic-mushrooms-show-promise-as-depression-remedy-by-resetting-the-brain/




    I'd say Respect is the best cure for mental health problems.

    Respect for others and what they may be going through.

    But more importantly, respect for yourself.

    That would curb half of the problem.

    Frontal lobotomies would take care of the other half made up of progressives.

    RaceBannonsalemcoog
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 30,647
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    salemcoog said:

    pawz said:

    We need new solutions. We should be able to reasonably ascertain by now that BigPharma doesn't work.

    All options on the table.


    https://www.forbes.com/sites/daviddisalvo/2017/10/23/magic-mushrooms-show-promise-as-depression-remedy-by-resetting-the-brain/




    I'd say Respect is the best cure for mental health problems.

    Respect for others and what they may be going through.

    But more importantly, respect for yourself.

    That would curb half of the problem.

    Frontal lobotomies would take care of the other half made up of progressives.

    Jack Nicholson, Big Chief and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest killed the asylum. Ken Kesey wrote it but the movie made it a movement
    creepycougpawz
  • SledogSledog Posts: 5,632
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    As I have mentioned before we now have 5% of the mental health patient capacity we did in the 50's and 60's. The number I've been told is 1 in 10 people are mentally disturbed enough to be violent. That's a million in L.A. alone.

    The real problem is that there are no longer any consequences for ones actions. It used to be of you were an ass in public someone would straighten you out with a good ass whipping. People that did worse things often didn't survive. No natural consequences. Life used to be much cheeper.

    Enjoy the Loons!
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,572
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    Sledog said:

    As I have mentioned before we now have 5% of the mental health patient capacity we did in the 50's and 60's. The number I've been told is 1 in 10 people are mentally disturbed enough to be violent. That's a million in L.A. alone.

    The real problem is that there are no longer any consequences for ones actions. It used to be of you were an ass in public someone would straighten you out with a good ass whipping. People that did worse things often didn't survive. No natural consequences. Life used to be much cheeper.

    Enjoy the Loons!

    No, that's not the real problem. Jesus.

    You started out actually making sense, and then reverted to retard.

    So, we need to make life cheaper? That's your fucking solution?
    dflea
  • SledogSledog Posts: 5,632
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    Sledog said:

    As I have mentioned before we now have 5% of the mental health patient capacity we did in the 50's and 60's. The number I've been told is 1 in 10 people are mentally disturbed enough to be violent. That's a million in L.A. alone.

    The real problem is that there are no longer any consequences for ones actions. It used to be of you were an ass in public someone would straighten you out with a good ass whipping. People that did worse things often didn't survive. No natural consequences. Life used to be much cheeper.

    Enjoy the Loons!

    No, that's not the real problem. Jesus.

    You started out actually making sense, and then reverted to retard.

    So, we need to make life cheaper? That's your fucking solution?
    No. I said it WAS cheaper. in the past. Conversely were stuck with dangerous people that wouldn't have survived.

  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,572
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    Sledog said:

    Sledog said:

    As I have mentioned before we now have 5% of the mental health patient capacity we did in the 50's and 60's. The number I've been told is 1 in 10 people are mentally disturbed enough to be violent. That's a million in L.A. alone.

    The real problem is that there are no longer any consequences for ones actions. It used to be of you were an ass in public someone would straighten you out with a good ass whipping. People that did worse things often didn't survive. No natural consequences. Life used to be much cheeper.

    Enjoy the Loons!

    No, that's not the real problem. Jesus.

    You started out actually making sense, and then reverted to retard.

    So, we need to make life cheaper? That's your fucking solution?
    No. I said it WAS cheaper. in the past. Conversely were stuck with dangerous people that wouldn't have survived.

    Yes, in the context of a paragraph that started, "the real problem is ...."

    Whatever has changed in the collective human experience that has given people who are teetering on the edge the bright idea to kill a bunch of people, I don't think enhancing a relaxed idea about killing another person is the direction we should go. Vigilante stories are fun, and believe it or not, I enjoy a Dirty Harry movie as much as the next guy, but that shit doesn't help.

    When you're a loon and you've crossed the line mentally, you don't scare too easily. Especially if your plans include putting a gun in your mouth when you've wrapped up your afternoon's agenda. They wouldn't have been "taken out" earlier because most of these people don't do shit that would ever justify you killing before they do shit that would justify you killing them.

    Frankly, I think the spread of existentialism, coupled with OBK's mooslimbs taking the invention of terrorism to new heights, and the crazies seeing the reaction that it gets, is more to blame. As much of a non-fan of religion as I tend to be, I whole-heartedly acknowledge that the idea of an invisible omnipotent guy, who can order your misery for all eternity if you don't fall in line, has fantastic control powers over people.
  • SledogSledog Posts: 5,632
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    They are generally loners and I think they want fame whether they live or die.
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