All I'm saying is that it is wrong to judge someone based on a single nasty habit. If someone can't go two or three days a week and up to 138 other days a year without doing something, then it is a problem. If every nasty habit and/or indulgence is a sin then stop drinking alcohol, smoking, consuming meat and dairy products, eating sugar, eating sweet fruits, eating rare foods, etc.
That's good, but only half so.
I do not support it for myself, I also don't go around telling people who do that they are going to go to hell. Again, there are reasons we have fast days.
Would you laugh at an off hand comment about someone having sex without consent with a passed out drunk young lady? No? Then why the double standard? Wrong is wrong and finding humor in that wrong and voicing your pleasure at the humor does nothing good.
What, you think I'm trying to justify weed?
Without knowingly doing so, my points are being proven.
i enjoy the ride with a nice bowl of organic californian bud.
Spiral of insanity and Kerdy is driving the trainActually, I'm attempting to use the breaks, but the other passengers seem to enjoy the ride.
If you do not support it, then you may not want to encourage it either.
But it was mainly for DR.
Neither do I.
What does that have to do with what we are talking about?
I will never understand how people completely miss the point and then make empty points in an attempt to support...nothing, apparently.
Is getting high right or wrong? This is the question. It matters not if a person uses MJ, cocaine, Meth, MDMA, Hash, Spice, Salvia or any other drug chosen from a very extensive list of substances people use to recreationally get wasted. Are we taught the occasional drunk is ok or than drunkenness is wrong? I laugh when I see folks compare MJ to alcohol, but refuse to associate drunkenness with it, which is extremely telling and reveals the truth. What you don't say is just as important as what you do.
It is wrong, it has always been wrong, it will always be wrong regardless of any hipster SNL comments a person ignorantly spews it a failed attempt to justify its use.