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Feedback: Do You Read Drug War Chronicle?

Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #541)

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Anonymous (not verified)

I would like to see pictures for the headlines on emails. Small pictures would make certain stories pop out to readers....

Fri, 06/27/2008 - 9:01pm Permalink
Anonymous (not verified)

i have long been a contributor to DRCNet, MPP, and NORML, and I read every DRCNet Chronicle that I receive. Thanks to all those working to spread the TRUTH that "above the influence" is really just being influenced by a cheezy commercial. remember the egg commercial- "this is your brain on drugs?" yeah we see how well that worked.

it baffles my mind how prohibition can still be so deeply entrenched when the only ammo prohibition supporters have is propaganda written by a high school freshman as an extra credit assignment- after hitting the bong, of course...

the technology of behavioral and neurological sciences are proving beyond a doubt we were right all the time... the war on drugs is not about drugs. its about locking people with dark skin or thin wallets into cages for growing a plant.

i believe that i will be lucky enough in my lifetime to legally sit in a relaxing cafe and take a bong hit with my cop friend when his shift ends. i look forward to that day because a misdemeanor marijuana possession conviction made a $25,000 student loan and the master's degree in psychology it earned essentially worthless, still now 10 years after the conviction.

it will be a great day for us all, around the world it will finally be 420,24-7,365! thanks to the volunteers and execs working for our freedom!

Fri, 07/04/2008 - 6:28am Permalink

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