Does anyone know where I can find some decent NCAA hockey highlights? I can't find any, and I'd really like to check in with the Sens guys over there.
EDIT: Also, for the record, I'm disappointed I missed out on the debating in here last night. Some good points on both sides. Personally, I agree that it's much easier to get alcohol -- it's legal, for one. Two, even though a liquor store may be closed, people stock their houses. I'm not familiar enough with pot to comment on how stockpiled it gets, but I'd be willing to bet that alcohol is more widely accessible.
That said, good on Colorado and Washington. I'm in the camp that thinks it'll be less used now than it was when it was illegal. Plus, legalization should provide a better quality of pot and fewer dangers to those who still want to smoke it. And, on the other side of the coin, the state gets revenue off sales where they didn't before. Win/win.
Thank you. It's funny that every day people complain that this is all spam. And then whenever there is a real discussion people complain about it.
When I get home ill do a quick summary.
I certainly hope you're not referring to me, because oh, how I so often long for these types of discussions.
I was also playing a bit of devils advocate last night. I've always been a strong supporter of decriminalization of marijuana as well as complete legalization (although have been more weary of this in the past).
To be honest, I'm sick of the amount of things the government needs to control. The government obviously plays an important role in the world, but the smaller and less influence the government has on my life, the better. I know someone here (rhymes with TH) is a dictatorship lover disguised as a center-left liberal, but hey, some people just like being someones elses *****.