I think something we can all agree on is that people shouldn't be spending years in prison for possessing drugs. We know what our prisons do to people. Our recidivism rate is one of the worst. It's sad, and something a lot of people don't know, but we have for-profit prisons, and they get paid by our tax dollars per person they have in the prison. Yes, America has turned a prison system into a money-making scheme. Why do you think certain laws are so strict in some areas? They have an incentive to put more people in their prison, so they love the drug laws. Any major problem we have in the world can almost always be traced back to money.
Meanwhile many of our presidents have admitted to using illegal substance, yet most law enforcement, fire fighters, and other government workers have to take a polygraph. One of the questions asks about using illegal drugs, and if you answer yes, they won't even consider you.
All I can recommend is to get informed and get involved if you can. And I wouldn't recommend getting informed by way of mainstream media. They are part of the problem. After all, they are corporations.
Sorry this turned into a political rant, but I hope it inspires some to learn more about what's going on in this country. This isn't a pretty road we are on right now.
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2/1/2013 5:43:19 PM
Posted in: Off-TopicQuote from AzidonisI don't think that anyone should have a right to tell someone else what to put into their own bodies.
If people choose to put substances into their bodies that can totally fuck their lives up, that is their problem, and they need to accept responsibility for their actions.
This. Plus, if everything was legalized, there would be more studies performed and more data would be available to everyone. At that point, people could make an educated decision.
Portugal has decriminalized all drugs with positive results. It's an obvious solution, but many people let their morals cloud their judgment in this case. Also, don't underestimate the power of the alcohol lobby. They already used tons of money to prevent legalization in California.
10/14/2012 5:33:38 PM
waTiem is absolutely correct. This entire thread should be deleted and replaced with his post.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/13/2012 12:07:31 PM
The haters scream fake because they are jealous. With the number of rolls of rares per day, we are bound to get some that are near perfect. The fact that humans exist is a much rarer occurrence, and we aren't fake...or are we...?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/9/2012 9:47:12 AM
Act 3 still has higher mob density, as far as I know, so I think MP0 Act 3 will be the most efficient for most people, until your dps gets high enough that MP1+ isn't slowing you down.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/9/2012 9:44:23 AM
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If you want to prove the hypothesis, at least be scientific about it. It either works or it doesn't. It's not like some accounts are flagged to get more loot on certain servers and others aren't. I never thought a religion would be started based on Diablo servers.Quote from killer625if it doesnt work for you, why do you even post here and bump this thread, believe it or not but there are people who find this helpful.
10/9/2012 7:37:56 AM
You guys ever heard of sample sizes? This is ridiculous.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/9/2012 7:36:15 AM
XP is based on the level of the mob. MP0 Act 3/4 will give the same XP as Act 3/4 gives in 1.0.4. At MP1, all monsters in all acts are the same level (same XP), but you also get 10% bonus XP at MP1. I'm not sure why you're asking about MP10 (you get 160% bonus xp at MP10, but they take much much longer to kill).Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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