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January 22, 2008

Fun with Exit Polls

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Polling Data — Psycheout @ 10:52 pm
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Crack SmokerI read recently that crack cocaine smokers prefer Barack Osama 7-1 over all other candidates.  And also that meth shooters prefer Ron Paul 16.6-1.  Also that lesbians prefer Hillary Clinton to Mitt Romney 33-1.  While metrosexuals prefer Mitt Romney an incredible 200-1.

Another interesting statistic was that pot smokers couldn’t care less about any candidate.  Snoopy Dawg Dog, a DemocRAT and dope fiend, was quoted as saying “What’s an election?  Don’t borgart that roach, dawg,” shortly before choking to death on his own vomit.

Those are some interesting factoids you don’t hear from the MSM.

But that’s why you read B4B, isn’t it?

— Psycheout

46 Comments »

  1. I’ve always wondered if perhaps Crystal Meth is G-d’s punishment to white America for it’s inaction to crack cocaine destroying the inner cities in the 80’s. Both drugs have striking parallels in how they destroy families, ruin isolated communities, and results in terrible tolls on all involved; except crack users tend to be urban blacks while meth users tend to be rural and suburban whites. One thing for sure, we need another Nancy Regan in the White House and restart the “Just Say No” campaign.

    Comment by Diablo — January 22, 2008 @ 11:00 pm | Reply

  2. Fail article is fail.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 22, 2008 @ 11:08 pm | Reply

  3. Nobody cares what you have to say, The Nobody. Ruminate on that.

    Comment by Psycheout — January 22, 2008 @ 11:20 pm | Reply

  4. I do, he’s more knowledgeable than you could ever hope to be.
    Also, evidence, links, or GTFO.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 23, 2008 @ 12:53 am | Reply

  5. I second E.B’s comment

    Comment by Hissho — January 23, 2008 @ 1:42 am | Reply

  6. So does that mean most inbred “Christian” idiots prefer Huckabee?

    Comment by Dio Brando — January 23, 2008 @ 4:36 am | Reply

  7. Pot smokers couldn’t care less huh, Psyche? I’m a pot smoker and I know for a fact that pot smokers are more involved in politics than most other people (other than the politicians themselves of course) and I have actively campaigned for those I believed in (ok, so I was wrong about McGovern, but he was still a better choice than tricky dick). It’s the crack and meth users that don’t care, they don’t even know there’s a campaign going on. The only thing they care about is where to steal something so they can get some more crack or meth. I don’t know where you read all that crap (I think you just made it up like you do everything else) but aside from being wrong on who crack and meth users support (they only support their dealers) you also don’t know anything about who does what. The average crack user is a white male (his dealer would be a black male that has never even tried the stuff) and the average meth user would be a white female (her dealer would most likely be a white male that is also hooked on meth). As for what drug you are on, I have no idea but whatever it is it sure hasn’t made you any smarter.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 5:08 am | Reply

  8. Nobody cares what you have to say, The Nobody. Ruminate on that.

    Comment by Psycheout — January 22, 2008 @ 11:20 pm

    No, Psyche, the truth is nobody cares what you have to say and nobody will until you learn how to tell the truth.

    Comment by FadedRose — January 23, 2008 @ 6:14 am | Reply

  9. “I’ve always wondered if perhaps Crystal Meth is G-d’s punishment to white America for it’s inaction to crack cocaine destroying the inner cities in the 80’s.”

    Comment by Diablo DiDevil

    Not too bright are ya? How can meth be God’s punishment for inaction to the crack epidemic when meth was around for years before crack was ever used at all? Meth has been around since world war two, and crack was just introduced in the 80s and didn’t gain real popularity until the 90s.
    And you are just following psyche’s example for saying who does what, (blacks, whites, etc.) and neither of you know anything about it. The most users of one depends on where you look. If you check an area that is predominantly black, then it will seem that the most users are black, but if you look in the predominantly white neighborhoods, most users are white. The color of your skin does not affect what drug you like best, and most crack and meth users consider the two interchangeable, if you can’t find one, then get the other. Either way, they are both just like having a baby. Whether it’s from crack, meth, or raising a baby, you’re up, you’re paranoid and you smell bad, it’s all the same.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 6:36 am | Reply

  10. Arnie- I thought I was more clear with my point in that race and location tend to appear to be factors in the difference between Crack and Meth usage, not just race. Your kind of picking just certain words to argue with me. Yes there are white crack users and there are black meth users. I was trying to focus on the terrible effects on their communities. Would you agree that Crack traditionally has had the most damaging effect on the inner city while Meth has effected rural communities more? I’m sorry if you think I was going towards just race. I also realize that Meth has been around much longer than the epidemic currently destroying communities in the Mid-West, its just that since the 90’s or so the growth in usage in the mid west has been crippling. Its not race, location, or any other factor to the high usage of Crack and Meth other than the low cost in production. Its rather sad for my city of Baltimore that the weed that you seem to enjoy for whatever reason (I hope that it is recreational and not medicinal) is the most expensive drug around. For us in Baltimore, its heroin that had utterly ruined thousands of lives, thanks to the city’s location on the I95 corridor. Heck, our own mayor’s son is a heroin addict and there is a story in “The Baltimore Sun” about her trying to save her son. But they aren’t the issue right? It me for even looking at the role of drugs and race relation. Lets just keep ignoring the massive white (oops ignore that color) elephant in the room, and live our lives in ignorance. Arnie I think you need to realize that not everyone lives in the same communities as you and at your same economic level. Its not really fare to assume everyone must have the same values as you. Your not realizing the effects of their life experiences on their value system. If we were all just like Arnie or all like me, the world would be paradise I guess but we aren’t and we need to not only recognize our similarities but also our differences. Its what makes the world so amazingly dynamic. Maybe if you weren’t a drugged out insane hippie, you’d realize that.

    Comment by Diablo — January 23, 2008 @ 11:38 am | Reply

  11. Nobody cares about christianity, Psytroll.

    Critical Hit.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 23, 2008 @ 5:46 pm | Reply

  12. “Nobody cares about christianity”

    I don’t believe it. Not one word. You’re still going to the gallows, social degenerate.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 23, 2008 @ 6:00 pm | Reply

  13. “Would you agree that Crack traditionally has had the most damaging effect on the inner city while Meth has effected rural communities more?”

    Sorry, but I can’t answer that, I’ve never lived in, or anywhere near, an actual town before. I was merely going by local sources such as news reports on tv and local papers. These have shown (for around here anyway, here being NE Pennsylvania) that the largest percentage of crack users are white, while the greatest number of crack dealers are black. In contrast (still I’m talking about in this area) the predominate meth users here are white females, while the meth dealers are predominately white males.
    I can’t and would not attempt to compare my values with anyone elses based on “inner city dwellings” or “rural settings”, just as I would not compare them based on financial standings. Personal values are just that “personal” and have nothing to do with where you live or how much money you have. It is based solely on how you feel about yourself and others regardless of social or financial standings. If they were based on anything else, such as income, area, race etc. then they would not be “values” at all, but rather bigotries based on differences of lifestyles and settings.

    As for your drugged out insane hippie remark. That’s pure claptrap and you knew it before you said it. I am saner than you are, and, I would guess, more educated. And education is something you could use when it comes to comparing marijuana to other drugs. It has been proven over and over again that it serves many useful purposes in medicine and in industry. Yet, despite decades of trying on the side of the government (and DEA) there has never been a single harmful effect found, not one, either short term or long term. It gets you high, but does not impair judgement, nor does it make you feel sick the next morning (alcohol, crack, meth, heroin and the hallucinogens all leave you feeling sick the next day). So calling someone a drugged out insane hippie on the basis of marijuana use is just plain stupidity.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 7:57 pm | Reply

  14. “You’re still going to the gallows, social degenerate.”
    Got a rope ready, Bob? Because the only way anyone’s going to hang for using free speech is if you strap them up yourself.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 23, 2008 @ 8:05 pm | Reply

  15. Also, I’m really sorry pot is so expensive in Baltimore. One of the advantages of living out in the country is that you never have to buy it, (I haven’t paid for pot since 1972), a couple plants a year for your own personal use is enough to get you from harvest to harvest and the authorities never pay attention to you because you don’t get involved with dealers or anyone else in that whole “drug scene” that goes on in cities. A little hint there: aerial searches by plane for crops have been discontinued nationwide due to the excessive costs of such searches in comparison to the relatively low success rate of these searches. Spotters only go out now in response to reports of crop fields in excess of 200 plants per plot. Summary: you can grow every year without fear of arrest as long as you don’t get greedy and grow too much. I have never sold pot (give it away to friends, yes, but never sold) so I have never had a reason to grow more than a couple a year, it’s been 35 years now and I haven’t been bothered by anyone about them yet. It’s also been 35 years of regular use without a single bad side effect from its use, mentally or physically.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 8:38 pm | Reply

  16. Arnie- You sound like you got a good life. I still live in Baltimore. I guess I just won’t accept reality and flee like a lot of white people to the suburbs. I think we all know why Mary Juwanna is illegal: its too difficult to tax and regulate and the Hearst Family connection with Dow Chemical company in their role in limiting Hemp for use as paper products. I guess its commendable you not charging your friends as you help them commit a crime…I guess that’s like an abortionist kicking pregnant women in the belly on the street as a freebee. Just remember the local political climate could always change. Speaking of regions having difficulty in preventing the growth of pot, look into the crazy situation in Kentucky. Big busts there have actually resulted in mini-recessions in local economies. It makes for an interesting read if you google it. And don’t kid yourself Arnie, smoking anything for 35 years causes long term health problems such as lung cancer. And if you really think it isn’t a big deal, are you willing to go say a month without your fix? You can become both mentally and emotionally addicted to any behavior. Such as bashing the Honorable Senator Brownback.

    Comment by Diablo — January 23, 2008 @ 9:21 pm | Reply

  17. @ BobCorker

    INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY

    Comment by The Nobody — January 23, 2008 @ 9:45 pm | Reply

  18. I can and have gone a month without pot, it is not addictive (you can find the research that proves that quite easily) and it is used in the treatment of cancer, do some reading sometime, it inhibits the growth of cancer cells (I’ve linked to all this info before so you can find it easily) and don’t even think of trying to rebute that with any false evidence acquired through falsified research, I know all of them and know which were false studies and which were real. The real studies show that there have been no adverse effects from marijuana (including cancer). In the seventy years that the government has tried to control it, starting with Anslingers wild rages about it causing people to go insane and commit murder or suicide, it has not been shown to be a factor in a single death, car accident, medical emergency of any kind or crime of any kind (except of course the crime of having it in the first place, which, when you compare the good it does with all the bad done by alcohol and tobacco, makes its being a crime just look silly) So, once again you are 100% incorrect. It has not had a single negative effect on me or anyone I know even after 35 to 40 years of regular use, can you say that for anyone who drinks heavily for that long, or smokes ciggarettes for that long, Or does any drug at all for that long? All of those others kill thousands of people every year, and still in over 70 years, not a single death caused by pot.

    Go ahead, do a little research for yourself, find just one negative effect of pot, or find one accident, medical emergency or death caused by pot. Dig all you want, you wont find any, but for your own education look for them anyway.

    While you dig you may come across some of those fake studies (hell, b4b posted a couple of them here and claimed them to be real, but they know better now) and if you do, check out who paid for those studies. The DEA paid for about half of them, and the others were paid for by pharmacuetical companies that make drugs for treating conditions that can be better treated with canibinoids. All paid for the results to be in their favor, the research was never actually done in any of those cases.

    And lastly here, I have never bashed Senator Brownback, in fact I’ve never said a single bad thing about him, so you are way off base thinking I’m hooked on something I’ve never done. Doesn’t help your credibility at all when you do things like that.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 9:47 pm | Reply

  19. To anyone who wishes to comment to this blog:

    Don’t take it seriously. It’s a blog, and therefore trite and meaningless.

    Comment by epiclulzguy — January 23, 2008 @ 9:49 pm | Reply

  20. @ BobCorker

    “INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY INTERNET TOUGH GUY ”

    The Nobody, where did you get a crazy idea like that, he’s a wimp on and off the internet. The only people who could possibly think of him as tough would be his wife (who he says he beats when she doesn’t follow his orders) and kids (who he apparently beats much more than his wife, so I assume he doesn’t really need a reason to beat kids) Other than that,, all wimp through and through.

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 9:56 pm | Reply

  21. People, people, people… It’s a joke. This whole site is a massive trolling operation, and arguing with them is exactly what they want. The individuals behind it don’t actually believe pretty much anything they say, but they want you to believe that they do.

    Comment by Linus — January 23, 2008 @ 9:58 pm | Reply

  22. Linus:: No kidding😀

    Comment by Arn — January 23, 2008 @ 10:02 pm | Reply

  23. Arnie- Just a few points. 1) Any repeated behavior can take on addictive qualities. People can become gambling addicts, shopping addicts, rage addicts. Just because you can’t become physically addicted doesn’t mean a behavior cannot become a serious mental health issue. 2) Inhalation of any burnt material results in the intake of carcinogens. Heck, sitting around a camp fire isn’t healthy if you do it 35 years straight. There are health consequences for willingly exposing yourself to smoke inhalation. 3) I think we can both agree that studies involving the use of pot for medical treatment are problematic at best. I am completely for the most effective pain management available for terminal patients. But you know that doesn’t justify your usage. Opiate based medication are also effective for cancer patients, should I be allowed to grow poppies on my roof? Maybe I need a few oxycotin to get through the day? The medical marijuana system in California is a joke and is completely abused by people that have no right real medical reason to justify the drug. 4) Arnie, I think you are a wee bit paranoid. No where in my previous statement did I mention that you “bashed Senator Brownback”. I think this could be a sign of excessive usage but whatever. You may not see a problem with your illegal drug usage. Just remember that crack, heroin, meth, alcohol, and marijuana users all think the same thing.

    Comment by Diablo — January 23, 2008 @ 11:15 pm | Reply

  24. @ Arn

    http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Internet_tough_guy

    Also, since this site is nothing but trolling and anti-lulz, I thought it would seem appropriate to site this:

    http://blogs4brothers.wordpress.com/2008/01/24/chritianity/

    LOL

    Comment by The Nobody — January 23, 2008 @ 11:20 pm | Reply

  25. “The Nobody, where did you get a crazy idea like that, he’s a wimp on and off the internet”
    Nah, an Internet Tough Guy is someone who acts tough on the Internet, but is a total wussbag in real life.
    Also a possible application here is John Gabriel’s Greater Internet F***wad Theory

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 23, 2008 @ 11:56 pm | Reply

  26. But that’s why you read B4B, isn’t it?

    LOL Pretty much. I’m thinking you guys should start distributing a newsletter. I know I’d sign up.

    Comment by ChenZhen — January 24, 2008 @ 1:11 am | Reply

  27. “People, people, people… It’s a joke. This whole site is a massive trolling operation, and arguing with them is exactly what they want. The individuals behind it don’t actually believe pretty much anything they say, but they want you to believe that they do.”

    No [poop]teru, Sherroku.

    Comment by Dio Brando — January 24, 2008 @ 1:24 am | Reply

  28. i smoke crack cocaine, pot, AND i’m a perverted lesbian. i don’t know if i should vote for Hillary or Barack or if i don’t care at all. WHAT DO I DO?

    Comment by kat — January 24, 2008 @ 4:04 am | Reply

  29. “You can become both mentally and emotionally addicted to any behavior. Such as bashing the Honorable Senator Brownback.”

    Doesn’t that statement sound like you are saying I’m addicted to bashing Brownback?

    Paranoid? That’s just silly. If I were paranoid would I admit online to growing and smoking marijuana?

    Also, no kind of smoke is healthy for you if inhaled constantly, but in all the years that pot has been used in this country and all the money they have put into trying to find harmful effects from it, not one single case of cancer, emphysema, or any other impairment has ever been attributed to marijuana usage.
    In California the real mess is the federal government continuing to raid patients and suppliers of medical marijuana despite California’s own laws allowing them to grow and use it medically. Also, California has a very large number of illegal growers and the efforts to stop these is hampered by the excessive manpower they use to bust the legal growers.

    The only real problem with the studies done on medical marijuana is the pressure from government and pharmacuetical companies to publish results that are in agreement with their claims that it is harmful both mentally and physically. The Lancet was paid thousands by pharmacuetical companies to publish the results of their report that b4b used to back up their “Marijuana ruins the mind” post because they make drugs for treating mental disorders that are dangerous and addictive and they didn’t want their own drugs replaced with the more effective and non addictive canibinoids.

    Face it, the ONLY thing you can say negative about marijuana is the fact that it is illegal, all other claims of bad effects have been disproven over and over again.

    But rather than just continuing along in your own little world thinking it is so bad for you, why not just let the numbers spell it out for you. Thousands of people die every year from alcohol, thousands die from tobacco, thousands die from coke and meth, and thousands die from regular prescription medications and over the counter drugs. No one has ever died from marijuana, nor has anyone ever been made sick or mentally impaired from marijuana (of course the mentally impaired statement doesn’t include the “high” you get from smoking it, but there has never been any mental impairment as a result of prolonged usage)

    Number of proven uses for marijuana = thousands, in both the medical and industrial fields.

    Number of proven harmful effects of marijuana = 0
    If you really want to argue, try to argue with the numbers.

    Comment by Arn — January 24, 2008 @ 5:33 am | Reply

  30. I completely forgot about Gabes’ Theory, EB. Thanks for reminding me.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 24, 2008 @ 10:08 am | Reply

  31. I really get sick and tired about hearing about Hillary and Obema’s “poll”. It’s always “how big” is Obema in the poll and how “broad” is his appeal in the poll. I mean come on talk about reinforcing a stereotype.

    The Hildog having a poll at all is disturbing. That’s just not right with a woman.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 24, 2008 @ 10:26 am | Reply

  32. “I mean come on talk about reinforcing a stereotype.”
    What stereotype? You can’t play the race card if you don’t know what you’re doing.

    Comment by Romani ite domum — January 24, 2008 @ 11:12 am | Reply

  33. Arnie- I respect you. I seriously do as your more than willing to argue points beyond the typical name calling that most people (myself including) easily fall into. Here are the problems I see with people rationalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
    “It’s better than (fill in the blank illegal substance). The argument that you don’t see pot users panhandling are robbing people for their habit is hollow. The growing drug of choice in America is prescription drugs. My own experience with pain medication was utter hell. I was born with Spina Bifida as a child (side note my parents were offered an abortion). I got a spinal fusion as a child and spent most of my childhood in a hospital. I ended up on powerful pain meds and in my teenage years I was caught stealing prescription pads. I did not appear to be an addict to my family and friends. I was quite successful at hiding my addiction, held a job and had a girlfriend. I could make an argument that my behavior was not harmful to society and a victimless crime but it was still illegal. Many people are able to hide and live with serious addictions; that doesn’t make it right or healthy behavior.
    “Its not addictive” This can be argued to both of us are blue in the face. By definition, I was an addict while your recreational usage is not. I was physically addicted to opiates while “pot addicts” are psychologically addicted. I’m not saying you are per say, just that long term usage of any medication (legal and otherwise) can and will result in some sort of dependency behavior.
    “The Feds are the reason the Medical Usage Program is screwed up” Come on man. Even the original designers of the bill that allowed medical usage in California have gone on record that the system is flawed. The system is set up to allow for prescription shopping and any reason, no matter how dubious allows people access to a drug. Using Marijuana for say knee injuries makes as much sense as people turning to alcohol for a headache. The full scale abuse of the system is one of the primary reasons that the feds keep raiding suppliers. The shear amount of money and weed going through the hands of supplies would mean that pretty much everyone in California should be in late stage terminal cancer. Its not the person that is clinging to life that the Feds want to make examples of. Its BS used to justify illegal behavior. If the system had at least a semblance of regulation and oversight, the Feds would not bother as much.
    “Weed shouldn’t be illegal” You won’t get an argument from me on this. I think everyone realizes that the law was created to protect the paper and chemical industries from large scale use of hemp. That said, it does not justify recreational use in violation of federal law. Large areas of this country are against abortion, by your logic states with large anti-abortion populations should be able to outlaw them or put heavy restrictions on them.
    “Marijuana usage is safe” This is a difficult question as too few studies have been done on the long term health consequences. Furthermore, removing key factors such as environment makes research difficult. Add to that the very secretive nature of usage makes long term tracking a headache. When someone is dying of a terrible disease and weed is the only thing that provides relief, than yes they should have access to the drug; not for someone that wants to watch Fox News and trip out at O’Reily’s big talking, Orwellian head. From a psychological stand point, the numbers of people that recreational use marijuana and develop addictive tendencies are proportional in reference to rates of alcoholism. Note I said proportional. Basically, if you have an addictive personality, you should be wary. I am a perfect example of this.
    What annoys me about marijuana users as a whole is the ideal that their usage is somehow noble and honest whereas people who use other illegal substances are somehow so much worst. In poor, urban areas, such as where I live, young people turn to crack and heroin for the same reasons, and use the same arguments that you use; how are they any different? You want to use an illegal substance, fine. Just don’t blow smoke up my patooties about how noble your are for breaking the law.

    Comment by Diablo — January 24, 2008 @ 1:31 pm | Reply

  34. Blog4Brownback is telling racist and sexist jokes

    Losers at Blogs 4 Brownback made up some shameless bogus polls to say crack cocaine smokers prefer Barack Osama 7-1 over all other candidates.I don’t know high from what drugs they would come up with some senseless vicious vomit like this.Is that bec…

    Trackback by Pop Hustle — January 24, 2008 @ 1:59 pm | Reply

  35. Is this the same poll that said more mentally ill people vote Republican?

    God Hates Crabs!

    Comment by GodisOne — January 24, 2008 @ 2:40 pm | Reply

  36. HA-HA-HA-HA! That is really a funny article. What’s even funnier is people are actually taking you seriously. Anyone with half a sober or cannabis effected mind knows their has never been a study to arrive at these figures. It is obviously made up by you. I enjoyed it, got alot of laughs from it. But if you think we need another Nancy Regan with a just say no campaign against drugs your out of your mind. There are the same number of people, if not more, addicted to drugs today as there was in 1918. So why are we throwing billions of dollars funding the drug war when that has proven to be ineffective? Also you will put a stop to the progress we have made in trying to re-educate the people on the true effects of marijuana on the human condition rather than the lies told by our government starting with “Reefer Madness” and continues today with the federal anti marijuana campaign. Thank God the Supreme Court said NO to Bush when he tried to pass a law making it illegal to talk to your doctor about the use of cannabis, next the government will make it illegal to talk to your lawyer about sueing the government at any level. Don’t you think it’s evil, cruel and prejudice to prohibit the use of marijuana while legalizing alcohol & nicotine for recreational use. Where is the sanity in a government that prohibits the use of a safer, non addictive, non fatal drug for medical/recreational use that does not spawn any other fatal diseases as does booze & cigarettes the 2 true gateway drugs. Also cannabis has over 2,000 years of safe & effective medical use documented by real doctors. Even Queen Victoria used a tincture of cannabis & alcohol to control her menstruel cramps. You should check with the Marijuana Policy Project and see if you can make any money proving that cannabis has no medical value. For they are offering schMitt Nazi and Gubby Greedy Rudy $20,000 dollars if they can prove their accusations that marijuana has no medical value. Legalize marijuana for recreational/medical purposes now for it is insane for a government to restrict its citizens to only recreational drugs that are feircely addictive, fatal and spawn a myriad of other fatal diseases while prohibiting the use of cannabis a much safer non addictive non fatal medically theraputic drug. After all marijuana is the only drug known to man that is not fatal, not addictive and extremely theraputic for pain, nausea and many, many other symptoms. Peace be with you…

    Comment by eltone — January 24, 2008 @ 4:16 pm | Reply

  37. “I really get sick and tired about hearing about Hillary and Obema’s “poll”. It’s always “how big” is Obema in the poll and how “broad” is his appeal in the poll. I mean come on talk about reinforcing a stereotype.

    The Hildog having a poll at all is disturbing. That’s just not right with a woman.”

    You’re losing your touch, BJ. You’re supposed to sound serious, remember?

    Also, [poop]teru is a real word. B4B, try learning other languages. Like at least Latin, since the Bible was written in it.

    [Ed Note: Not here it isn’t, vulgarian. This is B4B, not Japan.]

    Comment by Dio Brando — January 24, 2008 @ 4:34 pm | Reply

  38. But that’s why you read B4B, isn’t it?

    – Psycheout

    No, I read it to remind myself why I’m so mad at everything.

    Comment by TrogdortheEnlightened — January 25, 2008 @ 12:25 pm | Reply

  39. “But that’s why you read B4B, isn’t it?”
    I read it to remind myself of what a poorly written paper looks like, so I’m sure to put effort in my school assignments.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 25, 2008 @ 2:04 pm | Reply

  40. EB, I have yet to read a comment from you that is not well-written, insightful, and absolutely hilarious simply because it’s so true.

    Comment by L — January 27, 2008 @ 1:46 pm | Reply

  41. “EB, I have yet to read a comment from you that is not well-written, insightful, and absolutely hilarious simply because it’s so true.”
    Thanks.

    This is now a thread about Project Chanology
    http://www.partyvan.info/index.php/Project_Chanology
    http://www.encyclopediadramatica.com/PROJECT_CHANOLOGY
    http://digg.com/programming/Scientology_s_secret_documents_hacked_by_i_s_Splongcat

    This is something we can all work together on. Don’t you want a chance to tear down an enemy religion?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 27, 2008 @ 1:53 pm | Reply

  42. ….I rescind my previous statement. Stop trolling and get back to the insightful comments, man!

    Comment by L — January 27, 2008 @ 7:40 pm | Reply

  43. “…I rescind my previous statement. Stop trolling and get back to the insightful comments, man!”
    Sorry, but it’s serious business, and I want to raise awareness, since I doubt B4B is going to blog about it on their own.

    “Also, [poop]teru is a real word. B4B, try learning other languages. Like at least Latin, since the Bible was written in it.
    [Ed Note: Not here it isn’t, vulgarian. This is B4B, not Japan.]”
    してる
    try censoring it now, Sam. what’s the matter, can’t read Hiragana?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 28, 2008 @ 11:06 pm | Reply

  44. “The Hildog having a poll at all is disturbing. That’s just not right with a woman.”

    It’s so much fun when people who accuse me of being a pervert make jokes that have no non-perverted meaning. Violent, in-your-face hypocrisy is truly an ideal we should all strive for!

    Also, EB, that’s not fair, since fewer people read hiragana. You should write it in kana, so people will actually recognize it. ;P

    Also, never mention shiitake mushrooms to these people, or they’ll shriek that delicious non-hallucinogenic fungi are not to be mentioned in front of the children.

    Comment by L — January 31, 2008 @ 8:44 am | Reply

  45. really?!?…they did a poll with crackheads? really?!?

    Comment by Really?!? — February 10, 2009 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  46. Whoever wrote this is a democFAGGOT
    you can choke to death on my dick

    Comment by CJ — April 15, 2009 @ 3:14 pm | Reply


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