the way i look at, it doesn't matter if you are a casual user or an addict you get what you deserve when you use drugs even those who are doing it for the first time. there are no excuses.
Ah, I see. I misunderstood.Since you quoted me, I am going to assume this was directed toward me?
I wasn't to offended with his post once I read through all the run ons, and punctuation errors. It was not untrue, but rather quite to the point of his opinion. Why waste time and effort on frilly words?
They aren't less worthy than a first time or casual user. Where have I ever said that? If you would read up, addicts can, in my opinion, contribute to various health issues that the rest of society must then deal with. When I say "not addicts" I refer to those who are fringe effected. Personally, and addict gets what they get, if it didn't put the rest of us at risk.
Really dude, I am going on my 3rd night with a screeching kid, and even I didn't take a flying leap off the expressway quite like you did. How does this pertain to anything of this conversation?really going out of your way to help some one die is bad? maybe you should watch a documentary called the suicide tourist. i've seen it and agree with the concept of assisted suicide completely as i believe you life is your own, to do with as you please and not property of the state, or subject to the opinions of others. with one simple caveat you are responsible for ALL of the consequences of those choices what ever they may be.