But it's a cinch the man who just increased penalties for bike-riders by 350% won't bother. How long before Environment Minister Greg Hunt is instructed to have this demolition of Plimer taken down? This blog began as an online newspaper about Kings Cross, Sydney. Unfortunately, Rochefort were very unreliable, though the jacket was made very well by their 'old Italians' who really are not that old I found out. Thousands have now been murdered, without trial, for suspected involvement in drugs that are way less harmful than the one he uses. Once the 'lucky country', should we now be known as the 'dumb country' as we race towards banana republic status? In a country ruled by 'the tyranny of distance', you might think state-of-the-art communications was essential. That sacred cow is where the real problem lies. Seems Sabet had simply added up all the percentages, apparently unaware that each one came from a different sample of people so adding them is nonsensical.
Welcome to the nanny state. With the very public collapse of manufacturing in Australia you might think the country would nimbly leap to new industrial opportunities. The jacket uses Holland and Sherry black velvet from their Black Tie bunch. If you go down to Kings Cross tonight, you're in for a big surprise. Ignoring of course that legal growers would simply fence off their crops from animals. After all, those pesky bike-riders all probably smoke dope anyway, right Duncan? No wonder a whole generation grew up liking psychedelics! There are tacos, fried chicken and the Sydney small plate du jour, chilli salt squid, on offer, too. But if so, where did all the loot and weaponry come from for this photo op? But what's the point of that if you are going to be locked out of all venues at 1.
If she's not lying, Professor Martin's assertions seem both highly contestable and distinctly lacking empathy. Sadly by a violent thug king-hitting innocents in the street. Comments are welcome, but please be polite! So you can understand why they have to fall back on complete nonsense to keep the uninformed scared. I feel safer there with a local than anywhere, and it's not boring. It is a claim that the Herald was happy to repeat.
But with the money you are paid to spread your poison, I guess truth is a minor consideration. In all but three cases, marijuana was referenced in conjunction with other substances, some of which are well associated with health risks, such as cocaine, alcohol, tobacco, and opiates. The authors reference two articles to support that sentence, the first is this one; Legalization of Marijuana: Potential Impact on Youth, Joffe + Yancy, Pediatrics, 2004. It's all personal, and nothing to do with anyone unless you're looking for it. It's all a bit subtle for a fossilised prohibitionist, I guess. And of course Professor Martin seems to fall into the old prohibitionist fallacy: that cannabis should remain illegal because there is no evidence of its medical benefits, while on the other hand there is little evidence because the substance is illegal and unbiased research on it has been actively suppressed.
To the surprise of many, Liberal Premier Mike Baird last year announced he would legalise medical cannabis. But after three weeks of the new regime it seems the crowds have simply stopped coming. In fact the commonly quoted figure of 9% is another dodgy bit of bad science from the prohibitionists, as the No lie is too old or discredited to be recycled by our shock-jocks. Yes we know that drugs can be problematic for a very small minority of users but you will always find that these unfortunate people have other serious problems in their lives, so it's a bit facile to simply blame the drugs. This gobsmacking growth in prisoners is happening in a country on its straps financially, with States and the taxpayer bearing the massive cost of this misconceived blunder. It was always a circular argument, based only on the assumption that prohibition prevented use in the first place. This is a well-known symptom of prohibition, driving the drug industry to more potent, portable and profitable substances.
The latest is Miranda Devine writing another prohibitionist rant in the Telegraph. Not only is this stupid and unfair but the huge state budget allocated to its enforcement is simply a waste. I've been working the doors since the age of 18 so I see a very different Kings Cross from the sensational headlines - although many of them are true. If it was the wrong guy, where did the loot come from? Prohibitionists are really scraping the bottom of the spin barrel in their desperate campaign to preserve their jobs. It's reasonably sophisticated spin on their part, something their spokespeople have clearly been coached on. Meanwhile 100,000 people have been killed in the phoney War, many in horrendously brutal circumstances.
Just say no - emblematic of Australia's attitude to everything? The process has generated over for law enforcement divisions around the country since 2002 Just so you know what's really behind the anti-pot propaganda. Here, no one should be judged but unfortunately Kings cross will always be judged by the ignorant, including journalists and politicians. They lose lots of budget, an easy way to boost their arrest statistics disappears and perhaps worst of all, there's all that property they can't confiscate any more. Bayswater Road last Saturday night, showing one of several trailer-mounted signs flashing the new regime. Here are the relevant data: Keane again hits the nail on the head, ascribing the cheap populist campaign run by Sydney's newspapers to their plummetting circulation: This takes us to the most relevant statistics about this whole sordid affair. Sheldon and Miriam Adelson teamed up with Mel and Betty Sembler on Fred Thompson's disastrous 2008 presidential campaign, too.
Writes Keane: Fulde is insistent that violence is getting worse in Sydney and that alcohol is to blame. She's risking a lot outing herself as a buyer of an illegal substance. But no, Malcolm Turnbull's fibre to the node concept will leave my copper connection to the home operating out of this pit just outside my front door pictured. The percentage fell for more junior grades, down to 3. Our race to the 19th century in fossil-based energy generation has robbed us of our once world-leading position in clean energy technology.