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  1. Official Smoking/Weed Thread

    So what will legalised in the UK weed look like? That you can buy it over the counter like cigarettes?? who grows it? who packages it, and merchandises it? the claim is that legalise drugs and the dealers will disappear or significantly reduce as well as the turf wars. How would this happen though? Woudnt the gentrification of weed selling and growing just mean that big business and more business savvy people will run the trade. the dealers blamed for the turf wars and some of the violence will still be required because the gentrified weed would now have VAT and other business costs added to it and be out of the reach of many of the same consumers today and thus still provide a burgeoning market to supply.
  2. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    daems gon daem. UK State will always protect their police gangs. they have no motivation to do any differently when you get such emboldening verdicts. I predict another youth Riot within 3 years.
  3. Xxxtentacion dead?

    the fuck i care about what you said. you spoke. and I spoke. don't think im gonna get into a tet a tet with you.
  4. Xxxtentacion dead?

    those artists most fractured still suffered from their problems if they relied on the music alone. yes, everything is temporary but thats not the point.
  5. Official Smoking/Weed Thread

    Theresa Mays husband investment company has major shares in GW Pharma’ who that farm supplies.
  6. Xxxtentacion dead?

    such a shame. waste of life, my young nephews first introduced him to me a few months ago, i saw them watching some fights and his insta and I thought wtf is he doing all that shit for.. said the guy doesn't want to live long going on like that. heard that song "suicide" or whatever its called and thought it was ok but quite dark.. black mental health is a major problem and dont let people deceive you that the music helps... it doesnt, it just takes you away temporarily from the problems that will be there when the music stops playing. Go get help/
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  8. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    yeah we are.
  9. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    nothing to do with multiculturalism. Mankind will always find a way to divide each other, as long as the love of power and self-interests are held above all other norms. don't come acting like there isn't elitist segregation in the Caribbean. i guess all the crime in Jamaica, for example, is a result of multiculturalism
  10. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    yea there was no crime before multiculralism. and dumbass ag, why would a black person complaining about living in the west want to go and live in a predominantly Muslim country? why don't all the white people complaining about immigrants go and fuck off to a predominantly white nation that they built entirely by themselves?
  11. Mike Kane EXPOSED !!!

    so is this about an actual sexual assault or just a 30-year-old trying to sex an 18-year-old. isn't that still legal? but hey.... he lay his bed so he shall lie on it
  12. European Spring

    Populism is just a revolt from most of the stupid people in the country. They'll blame immigration not thee mafia or the fact that their country is just not as competitive. Such a pity that Africa can't get its act together.
  13. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    I agree with this. when people do not understand the environment they are in and cant sort themselves out this will be the result. people talking about no youthclubs...na.. how about his father first. however, even for the average joe blogs that will be pleased at this solution because they believe that mandem's problems are far removed from them will be in for a shock when the same laws that become enforced are used against them, and this will happen soon enough. no thun.
  14. 2017/18 Hot Summer

    no it wasn't pointless, it appears pointless because your are clueless. i explained the pastoral care system of better trained teachers, more invested into professional development learning about trauma and education, having more qualified staff to support a child holitically, smaller class sizes, more extra curricular activities, all of which are the ways of better supporting disruptive children, you say 'behaviourally disruptive children' as if trying to emphasise a difference that's why i asked you to define disruptive. or are there other types of classroom disruption from pupils? classroom disruption (from pupils) is always behavioural. The state schools just have a larger concentration of the issues that fuel disruption and yet the least amount of resources to deal with it, whilst a private or better funded school would have less of those issues, and more resources to deal with it, and its not just dealt with by 'being strict' .