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ARE DRUGS BAD FOR YOUR BRAIN?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by doubletap007, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. doubletap007

    doubletap007 Beaverton Active Member

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    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Madison man with an unusual name is in jail after police said he violated his bail conditions from a previous run-in with the law.

    Thirty-year-old Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop is tentatively charged with carrying a concealed knife, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and a probation violation after his arrest Thursday. He remained in jail as of Sunday. Jail records don't list a bail amount or an attorney for him.

    The Capital Times reports (Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop arrested) he was arrested after residents complained of excessive drinking and drug use near Reynolds Park.

    Court records show his previous name was Jeffrey Drew Wilschke, and he legally changed it to Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop in October. He was arrested in another Madison park last April after police found a loaded handgun in his backpack.


    At what point do you realize the drugs have begun to eat your brains away?
    when your filling out the paperwork for the name change?
    when your thinking of a good name to change to?
    when you tell your mom...mom i changed from jeffery to beezow doo-doo zopittybop-bop-bop?
    listen up kids....this is what one taste of meth leads too.they said they could quit too!
     
  2. Mark W.

    Mark W. Silverton, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Dwezel Zappa, Son of Frank Zappa

    Apple, Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter

    Aliuane Badara Thiam now this is the real name of the rapper known as "Akon" you decide which is worse

    Sherwood Forest, A kid that went to school with my wife

    Heres a list of hundreds of just plain stupid names PARENTS have given their kids.

    Why should an adult be any smarter.

    People get tattoos all the time. All it takes to change your name back is a trip to the court house and a little paperwork. Ever had a Huge dragon wrapped around your body removed? How about changing your thing into a snake? try having that burned off LOL.......

    People do stuff other people think it is stupid. Always has been always will be.
     
  3. lonegunman

    lonegunman Eastern Washington Active Member

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    If someone took the time to compare the number of children currently using drugs to control their behavior problems(ADD and the like) and their parents abuse of marijuana, cocaine,crack,meth and alcohol they would not be surprised to find most dopers have dopey kids.

    If you looked at most of the "Occupy crowd" and asked them about their daily drug intake, it would be no real surprise to discover why they are unemployed or under employed. Almost no real profession requires, insists upon or desires chronic drug abusers.

    When you look at our nation as a whole, we import 90% of the world's hard drugs. Nevermind oil or petroleum, this country has a lust for narcotics that rivals the rest of the world.

    Why do we have such a large portion of our population in prisons? Drugs.

    Why do we have so many losers on welfare? Drugs.

    Unwanted pregnancy? Probably screwing when high.

    DWI? Accidents while drunk or high? Killing tens of thousands every year.

    How many industrial accidents are caused by someoen hungover, drunk, stoned or coming down off their high,,probably 90%.

    Ask Bee-Bopp Zoup Zoup Poop how the "job search" is going.
     
  4. doubletap007

    doubletap007 Beaverton Active Member

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    bee bop poo poo zoo zoo doo doo....wasn't that ace ventura's elephant talk?
    who put the bop in the bop she bop she bop?
    who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong?
     
  5. Cougfan2

    Cougfan2 Hillsboro, OR Well-Known Member

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    It could be worse. I had a customer once who's name was Richard Head. Need I say more? I'm bettin' he was the toughest kid in school. Maybe that's what his parents were thinking.
     
  6. doubletap007

    doubletap007 Beaverton Active Member

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    like the boy named sue from johhny cash?
    how about the nascar driver Dick Trickle?
     
  7. Toxic6

    Toxic6 Higher then a PDX hipster (~10,000 ft higher) Active Member

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    LOL.....I had a buddy who was sent to the Wacker plant for training. Said he met the president/owner of the company, Richard Wacker.....who said "call me Dick". I don't know how my buddy kept from losing his job but he held it together. (If you are reading this, Mr. Wacker, your company makes an excellent product......but this can't be the first time you've heard this).
     
  8. slimer13

    slimer13 Deer Park Well-Known Member

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    Such a large population in prison? BS drug laws

    So many losers on welfare? A cultural sense of entitlement that is fed by an enabling nanny govt.

    Unwanted pregnancy? Ask your mom, jk couldnt resist:D But from the experimenting that ive done with drugs screwing was usualy not on agenda. Alchohol is a far bigger contributing factor as it is with DUI's.

    Industrial accidents? Id love to hear where you get the figure of 90%. I would guess that the percentage of people who fail post accident drug tests is far far lower.
     
  9. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    bubblegum, my name (no joke) is Bryan Arthur Dick... Aka, B A Dick, aka Bryan A Dick.... We should just have monthly UA's to weed out the welfare!! It sounds expensive, but it's still cheaper than giving some junkie $200 a month in food stamps so he can sell them for $100 cash and get high! Tax payers are the biggest drug pushers in the country! We allow them to collect welfare, and pay for it with our taxes so they can get high! Screw that! It should be mandatory for monthly UA's!!
     
  10. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    Did you know that is you type (s h i t ) on here it comes up as bubblegum?? bubblegum bubblegum bubblegum
     
  11. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    ***
     
  12. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    bubblegum
     
  13. Toxic6

    Toxic6 Higher then a PDX hipster (~10,000 ft higher) Active Member

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    LOL this bubblegum tastes like poo
     
  14. JimmyS1985

    JimmyS1985 St.Louis Active Member

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    Im gonna name my kid Adolf, or Darth. I think we need to end corporate welfare the most. We paid the Oil companies hundreds of billions in gas subsidies to keep the price of gas low, then they totally stabbed us in the back. I don't think we should be held hostage to give an entire industry tax benefits, when they give the public zero benefits from our incredibly generous tax policies. GE paid $0 last year.

    Instead of the tax payers paying corporations to avoid US taxes or ship jobs overseas, they should be paying us for the privilege to do business in such a great country. You know that they use some of their tax savings to pay off anti-tax lawmakers to make sure they pay no taxes, and hire hundreds of accountants and tax lawyers to make sure their corporation pays nothing in taxes to the US Government. The government paying corporations to do business here is akin to paying a fish to swim or a chicken to walk.

    The worst violator is Walmart. Walmart is the very definition of Socialism. They purposefully pay their employees so low, and then encourage them to apply for foodstamps and medicaid because their wages are so bubblegumty that they qualify for those programs. If you're the biggest private employer in America it should be required that you pay your employees enough to keep them off the government teet.

    edit: I thought of another thing. We need to overhaul our criminal justice system if we want to get minorities off welfare. Having a felonious drug charge pretty much excludes you from the job market and to live off the government teet on foodstamps and welfare. Blacks make up 13% of the population, 15% of the substance abusers, and something like 50% of those charged for drug offenses and close to 80% of those serving time for drug charges, simply put that doesn't add up unless there is institutionalized racism in the criminal justice system. If you want to get black people and minorities off of welfare, don't write drug laws that are heavily enforced against minorities that makes it next to impossible for them to find a job.



    Georgia had a 2 strikes and your out law in the mid 90's, that gave a life sentence to anyone who got a 2nd drug offense. 98% of those serving life sentences under it were all black. If you think welfare and foodstamps is expensive to the US tax payer, you should look up the cost of incarcerating someone for decades for a non-violent offense. I don't know the exact number but its a minimum of $30k in most states to house and feed an offender for one year, it would probably be a ton cheaper to keep the drug charge off the offenders record and out in the real world than incarcerating them for the longterm over a victimless crime, slapping a felony onto their criminal record and telling them to go find a job.

    I first realized that the drug laws were broken when I went to an orientation for parolees who had a firearm violation. You are actually better off to murder someone in the 2nd degree than you are to be caught with a firearm and crack in your pocket on your 3rd offense. One offense actually involves killing a person, and results in years less jail time, and the other involves no crime against a person (an otherwise victimless crime) and decades caught up in the federal penitentiary.
     
  15. lonegunman

    lonegunman Eastern Washington Active Member

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    I love doper excuses. Whine about "drug laws" when you drive stoned and kill people, abuse or neglect your kids, get fired for being high, get busted smuggling or whatever,you are still a doper loser.

    If being stoned was so great, why can't you pay your own health insurance? Why are you living in a HUD house or cheap apartment? Tell me about that full time job paying six figures?

    Drug laws are not racist,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,that is just tired doper whining. When you are inclined to deal drugs, steal drugs, take drugs or commit crimes to do any of the above you deserve jail.

    Jail is your reward for being stupid,,,,,,,,,,,,,regardless of race. The loser who shot four police officers by Tacoma was mad he kept getting arrested and blamed police. I guess we could ignore the rape of his niece, assault and attempted murder, robbery and yes the many drug charges and tey and consider him "oppressed". The truth is he was the scum of the earth,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,if he was tired of getting arrested,a lifestyle change may have been in order.
     
  16. JimmyS1985

    JimmyS1985 St.Louis Active Member

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    You look up the earning potential for PDR techs and Ill let you decide. Hell Ill make it easy for you, this is just off the top of a google search.

    How much money do paintless Dent removal techs make in a year? - Yahoo! Answers

    Unless America has the most evil people on earth, why the hell does our country have only 5% of the worlds population, but 25% of the worlds prison population? Are we trying to emulate North Korea in how much of our citizenry we put behind bars? Its clear that your views on incarceration of fellow Americans is similar to fascism, I would say you are probably a fascist.

    You want to waste your tax dollars on imprisoning people for non-violent offenses, or we can revamp the drug laws, to make room in the prison for violent offenders. As a criminal justice major who almost has his bachelors I am pretty knowledgable on the criminal justice system.

    They've even proven that prison is a piss poor measure for reducing crime. Usually people who go to prison wind up right back in prison since they learned more about how to commit crime while in prison, not to mention the stigma that society attatches to offenders to make it next to impossible for them to reenter society as a law-abiding citizen. You tell them to go get a job, but then most jobs ask if you have any felonies on your record, even if they are non-violent or not theft or sexually related you still have to check that box, and then you're back at square one, back on the streets committing crime to get by day to day, since no employer will employ you.

    And conservatives complain about minorities on welfare, well if they have a felony on their record and no employer will employ them, they have two choices, commit crime to get by day to day, or foodstamps and welfare, since employment is no longer an option upon leaving jail. Believe me I hate foodstamps and welfare, and I don't think damning someone to remain on foodstamps and welfare for the rest of their life because of stigmatizing to employers's drug laws, is something I want to pay for as a taxpayer.

    Simply put the war on drugs ruins more lives and costs a hell of a lot more money than if we had no war on drugs. We've been fighting it for 40 years and now we have jails full of drug offenders, was that the ultimate goal of the war on drugs, to incarcerate people? Or was it to reduce the illicit use of drugs across America? I suspect the former more than the latter. Take any criminal justice class and ask your professor if the war on drugs has been a smashing success like you think it has been. You will probably be surprised with the answer you get, even from people who have been in law enforcement for decades.

    Actually alcohol kills a lot more people from driving under the influence, most studies on being high on marijuana and driving are inconclusive or not deemed as detrimental to driving as alcohol is. And again, if the person messes up, crashes his car into another, he will go to jail regardless whether he had marijuana in his system or not, infact I would bet the marijuana charge would be the LEAST on his mind at that moment.
    Heres an example of a racist law, look at the crack laws between 1988 and 2010. They gave the same penalty for 5 grams of crack and 500 grams of cocaine. Now it doesn't take a genius to figure out that one illicit drug in one form is worth a whole hell of a lot more street value than the other even though they both have the same active ingredient, yet the vastly more valuable cocaine is a slap on the wrist in the legal system than possessing cocaine with baking soda added to it is.

    If the offender rapes, assaults, attempts to murder, robs, ok put them behind bars. They will wind up behind bars in no time without adding some stupid drug charge onto their record. But for the people who wind up behind bars with just a pot charge on their record, I mean if you sell a quarter of an ounce of marijuana in missouri to your friend, which is worth anywhere from $30 to $100, you are guilty of a felony. I don't wanna waste my tax dollars housing, feeding and clothing these people, and neither should you.

    Basically what it boils down to is you're an ideologue. You think you can change the world by legislating morality onto people. I am a realist, I just want to live and let live, letting self-determinism be the guiding hand of fate.

    You complain about big government, nothing makes government feel bigger than putting someone behind bars 24/7 365 for years on end over a victimless non-violent drug charge. If you vote in the Republican primaries, Ron Paul is not your guy. You are probably more of a Rick Santorum kind of guy.

    And as a gun enthusiast, knowing the drug/gun law combo's I steer the hell away from ever mixing illicit drugs and guns. I also have a better moral footing to argue against these stupid drug laws by not being convicted of one ever.
     
  17. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    Well bubblegum
     
  18. doubletap007

    doubletap007 Beaverton Active Member

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    i wonder what happens if you type bubblegum?does it come up bubblegum?
    i just stepped in dogbubblegum and it smells really bad!
    i just stepped in bubblegum and its making my shoes stick to the ground when i walk,i should have chewed this gum until i found a trash can.
    hmmmm.....how will this message look after editing with bubblegum?
     
  19. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    Sorry I blew this thread so far off point! I got in trouble for spelling out the poo word by the administrators! But that all aside this thread does hit on many very good points! Let's see if we can get it back on track!!