This is probably going to be long, but this chick asked me online if I was "Above the Influence" like her.
This was my response:
"Yeah. I mean, I smoke weed, but because I want to and against your little organization's cries to influence me NOT to do it. So yeah, technically, I am above the influence."
And she responds, "Why? You need to stop that right now, it's dangerous!
So, I decided it was time to make a believer out of her...

So she comes off with all of these ridiculous claims how marijuana is highly addictive, causes depression, and how it's going to ultimately ruin my life.
I go on and kindly disprove her little claims with scientific evidence I have read on my own time to make sure this was something I wanted to do, and she ends up unable to argue her points any further and says:
"It's ILLEGAL."
-.- What a f*cking sheep. I have had to go through this stupid speech so many times in my life.
That just because something is illegal does not make it wrong, and just because something is required by law does not make it right.
(Gosh, I'm shaking I'm so angry.)
Hitler required nations under his control to turn in Jews so they could be tortured and murdered. I asked her if it was right simply because it was law, or if she would hide that Jew, and she wouldn't answer the question.
I called her a sheep, and told her if it was WWII, she would have been a Nazi.

That shit just makes me so angry. :[



Comments

 
Mon, 04/25/2011 - 11:00am

the best answer i've found to the response "It's illegal" is by pointing out that speeding is illegal too but no one cares or pays attention to it

 
 
Mon, 04/25/2011 - 11:16am

Ahh, true true.
But then, if she was intelligent, she could counter, "Just because everybody does it doesn't make it right!"
Or at least, her organization should make her want to say something like that.

 
 
Mon, 05/02/2011 - 12:35am

you're right, any smart brainwashed chick would say that, but even the police speed, and they are to be our examples of what is right and wrong according to the law, and by setting the example of breaking a law they deem unnecessary, shouldn't we follow suit?

 
 
Fri, 11/04/2011 - 9:31am
StayPuft Says:

Just say "so is the music on your iPod.