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I prefer blogs, myself.
You have seen white people mourning romney, right?
Those are all fair questions, and TBH I hadn't considered them (I assumed Ungaro was selling to adults only, but this was probably a bad assumption on my part). The age of his 'customers' absolutely could be considered as a factor in how we should treat him.
From there I do think the analogy breaks down a bit, only because alcohol is inherently more dangerous (particularly if incorrectly distilled) than weed, which regardless of strength/quality should only very, very rarely have any serious or long-lasting physical repercussions (though of course, the weed could be adulterated with something else; but I see that risk primarily as something that Prohibition triggered, like all the synthetic cannabinoids).
Sounds like "A Bathroom Of Her Own".
"It's coming right for us!"
Do you feel the same way about alcohol? That anyone should be allowed to distill spirits, and sell to anyone regardless of age? Or should there be at least minimum regulation? Honest questions -- I know that I had strong feelings about my 16-year-olds' access to alcohol outside our home.
It's basically the standard scenario during protests. Cops randomly choose to detain someone. Someone says something cop doesn't like. Cop gets physical. Person tries to shield him or herself from blows. Resisting arrest.
It's clear that some cops yell "stop resisting," even as a person is handcuffed and on the ground with a knee in his or her back, to justify any current or potential physical violence toward that person, also.
What do you mean when you say we're fished, anyway? It appears to be a nonsensical statement that has no meaning in relation to anything relevant. If you dislike Hillary, are you fished if you have to hold your nose and vote for her just to keep a republican from winning? Sorry but life doesn't always give you the choices you’d like to be able to make.