When the US government ended alcohol prohibition, all the former bootleggers (drug dealers) lost their source of income because the market now offered competition. When the gangsters/boogleggers lost their money, they went away or moved on to a different illegal commodity. (dope, prostitution, gambling, etc.)
So the user hasn't bought the drug and consumed it? THat money didn't go to a dealer? That dealer doesn't conduct illegal activities, possibly assault, theft? THe user if addicted doesn't possibly become a theif??Originally Posted by duality
Take a bigger picture dude. You're looking at life through a pinhole camera.
I don't disagree. Although within reason. When opium was legal it was still seen as a scourge.Originally Posted by Tech
i can't believe what i'm hearing. what one man does with his money/time has nothing to do with the contributing citizen who wants to use drugs as a means of relaxation. If these men who make our laws whom you so revere got it through their head that by legalizing these drugs they could end this "culture of crime" then there'd be no issue. in the meantime, anyone who wants to use drugs recreationally has every right to. it's the governments fault that drug money goes to such terrible functions.
Let me put this in free market terms: There is no need for a drug or drug dealer without an end user/consumer. The consumer drives the drug industry and is in part responsible for it occurring. END OF STORY.
John Cena should just shut the fuck up, cause in WWE the most of them use steroids.And he also has a past as body builder wanna be, so he's just spitting in the pool he would've liked to swim in, but he couldn't keep up.He believes himself to be a role model?A big guy who fights in simulated fights and thinks he's a good rapper and actor?My cousins dogs have better acting skills than Cena.You can't see your mouth is out Johnny boy?
heavyweight your being both ignorant and stupid, ignorant since I already said earlier wwe has the toughest drug testing policy and have thrown out several top notch guys who were caught. also cena was a top level national competitor who picked wrestling over bodybuilding and could have definitely made it in bodybuilding. as for simulated fights why don't you look up the real injuries and issues they go through after those matches? i don't care how fake it is they end up with very real injuries.
Cena was big in high school too. No one will no for sure unless they administered the drug to Cena themselves. Its a bunch of hear say.
On a side note: all the WWE superstars have gotten a lot smaller over the past 2 years. Batista dropped at least 30 lbs, Triple H replaced his muscle with chub. Cena seems to be holding his weight. Actually getting bigger after his injuries.
ya but does the ifbb has a 3 strikes and your out policy and actually enforces it? so theres goes your theory tech. as for cena he may or may not have used when he was younger but the thing is the guy has been clean during his time in the wwe and is still 240-250 lean so hes gotta have some good genetics and a work ethic as well.
I don't even see why it matters if John Cena is/was using steroids, or any professional wrestler for that matter. It wouldn't bother me if he did use. Hypocrite or not, he's still an idiot for making that comment about sending steroid users to prison.
I'm not sure what the rules are for professional bodybuilders, but for amateurs the IFBB has a "2 strikes and you're suspended for life" policy.