Trying to buy or sell drugs on Party Vibe?
- August 30, 2011 at 4:58 am #750725
Selling drugs or posting links to pharma sites/drugs sales is not allowed!
just a reminder!November 8, 2011 at 6:58 pm #750726
Im just wondering if these special powers are legal (RAT?)November 9, 2011 at 6:22 pm #750772
@hat 443914 wrote:
😮 how did you know? are you watching me?
don’t watch hat guys!! you’ll find out things which you won’t like
bwhhaahahahDecember 23, 2011 at 8:27 pm #750727
This is what i thought was gonna happen with that bloody drone thread.December 23, 2011 at 8:44 pm #750802
So just out of interest, is it allown to refer other members where they are able to buy drugs?December 23, 2011 at 10:31 pm #750749
@Vibe Tribe 461465 wrote:
So just out of interest, is it allown to refer other members where they are able to buy drugs?
unless you want your sources busted I would strongly recommend you do this discreetly as this is a public boardDecember 25, 2011 at 12:17 pm #750788
with any luck drugs will be legal in 10 years when the police realize they will never stop drugsDecember 25, 2011 at 12:19 pm #750773
@lysergicacid 461661 wrote:
with any luck drugs will be legal in 10 years when the police realize they will never stop drugs
they already know that, the ones with a bit of intelligence anyway.December 25, 2011 at 12:22 pm #750789
not enough of them for them to finally decide its a waste of their money time resources and prison space that they waste on harmless people instead of saving it for real criminals like rapists..
there is this website copssaylegalise .. its like alcohol prohibition.. in X amount of years people will look back and laugh at how drugs where made illegal.
then you will be able to buy any drug freely from any site and hopefully 100% pure lol
what about if you are writing from a country where the drug is legal? such as 2c’s legal in the states or weed legal in amsterdam? but then I am sure you would know where to get it..*shrugs*December 25, 2011 at 2:14 pm #750774
2C isn’t a legal drug in any country, nor is any of these chemicals they are sold as plant food, bath salts, research chemicals etc.
if they are sold as a drug the medicines act kicks you up the ass and you’re fucked.
weed in NL is being clamped down on and becoming more and more strict. it’s not looking too good for drug legalisation anytime soon seeing as professor nutt got sacked for giving logical truthful advice on drugs to the UK politicians…
that ron paul guy who a lot of americans like and could potentially become president wants drugs legalised but very doubtful he’ll become president and even if he did i’d be very surprised if he actually managed to legalise it.December 25, 2011 at 2:39 pm #750790
sad but true.. it seems its getting worse and not better for legalisationDecember 25, 2011 at 2:44 pm #750739
Cops don’t make the laws (even if some think they can) – politicians do. in most of the world countries politicians are elected by the people and even in “non democratic” countries the politicians operate with a certain amount of consenus from the people or they would be overthrown by similar revolutions to what put them in power in the first place.
The harsh reality is at present most people do not do illegal drugs and think that they should stay illegal, and recent events in the UK and Europe especially with cathinones have probably pushed things against legalisation, as has the economic depression.
Even the Green Party isn’t as vocal about legalisation as they once used to be (its still a policy of theirs) and my local candidate thinks the drugs culture is self destructive and would rather get up at 07:00 to ride his bicycle (and crashed on the icy roads, so understandably sorting these out is more of a priority for him).
The best we can hope for is limited decrim of straight stimulants on the back of World War III (similar to what happened during and after WW II) but that of course means a fuckload of people end up having to put up with strong government/authority/uniforms etc, all manner of restriction on our lives and even the risk of being killed. Remember that a lot of us are still of the right age to serve in the military, or other public services!December 25, 2011 at 2:46 pm #750791
happy xmas General Lighting!
a lot can change in time just like with the alcohol prohibition but with the way things are now they seem to be going nowhere and feels like they will stay illegal for everDecember 25, 2011 at 2:56 pm #750740
at the start of this centuey I told some hippies on a pro cannabis mailing list “the only way Britain will ever decriminalise will be when the USA is distracted by some armed conflict in the middle East and even then we will fuck it up and cause a backlash.” we all know what happened in 2001 😉
some US states like Utah still have Prohibition era alcohol laws and you need to be about 21 to get booze in most bits of the USA and ID cards are strictly enforced (its happening here as well, was carded only yesterday)
The Dutch do not genuinely tolerate or encourage drugs either, gedoogbeleid is not directly translatable into English but in reality means “grudgingly putting up with something disagreeable”. The idea behind the Dutch decriminalisation was to slowly discourage generations from taking drugs and there is now a consensus developing that its not doing this quickly enough (its been around for 40 years).December 25, 2011 at 3:04 pm #750792
I think so too, with out the us the uk wont leglise or de-crim anything.
but at the same time some states allow medicinal weed even though the DEA still goes after them
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