What do they have in common?

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  1. mindseye

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    What personal experience do these people share? (I've alphabetized the names, so the order they appear has no other meaning.)


    • Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York
    • William F. Buckley, political commentator
    • Bill Clinton, former president of the United States
    • Norm Coleman, Senator from Minnesota
    • Alistair Darling, Chancellor of the Exchequer (UK)
    • Harriet Harman, Leader of the House of Commons (UK)
    • Josh Howard, forward for the Dallas Mavericks
    • Shia LaBeouf, actor
    • Paul McCartney, musician
    • Barack Obama, president-elect
    • Sarah Palin, governor of Alaska
    • Carl Sagan, astronomer
    • Arnold Schwarzeneggar, governor of California
    • Aaron Sorkin, Emmy-winning screenwriter and producer
    • Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
     
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    damn...give us a hint please...
     
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    They've all been blessed with at least one x chromosome.

    :tongue:
     
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    None of them have ever pasted their face on the ass of somebody else’s avatar?
     
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    They have visited the White House?
     
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    They all have blood type AB-.
     
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    gangbang
     
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    Marijuana usage?
     
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    brah, we need a hint.


    i would like to use a life line.
     
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    Sinwin got it. All of them admit they've used marijuana (in a jurisdiction where it was illegal to do so). When Obama is sworn in in January, he'll be the third consecutive president to have used marijuana.

    Should marijuana remain a Schedule I drug?
     
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    I personally don't like pot. It does nothing for me except make me hungry. However, I don't care who smokes it.

    I just hope that somebody offers that cynical retard Pelosi a drag.
     
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    hell no...a bit of riefer is a joy to have...moderation is the key on weed...pls let our next president focus on important isssues and let those poor folks out of prison for mary jane marketing...really this is a no brainer...
     
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    Yes, it should. I've heard all the arguments for legalizing marijuana.
     
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    Absolutely not. It's ludicrous that alcohol, one of the most toxic substances consumed, can get grandfathered in due to public acceptance while marijuana can be blacklisted, even so far as to make legitimate research on the plant near impossible.

    Even if not legalized (which I think it should be, unless alcohol and tobacco are also prohibited), it should be moved down to Schedule II
     
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    nope. cigarettes and alcohol kill peoples. they kill people very easily. and pot has a lot of medical purposes. my step dad, who i love as a father, has multiple sclerosis. he's in constant pain, yah? he's on a whole bunch of pain pills, most of which are opiates. which means that he's an addict. so, should something happen where a hurricane strikes or whatever, and he's without pills, he can OD and go into shock, and more than likely die.

    pot has absolutely no withdrawl side effects, and isn't not addictive. but, of course, it will remain a schedule I. know why? because anyone and their mother can grow it. which means that the government can't tax it. and if the government can't tax it, then they don't want us for have it.

    listen up peoples in our government! you need to research what mill's "harm principal" is! basically, he's saying that you, the government, has no right for tell me not for do something unless it hurts someone else! and, news flash! despite showing us those outlandishly false commercials where a kid finds his dad's gun and shoots his friend "because they were smoking pot," or the one how buying pot helps support the evil rebels in south america (ya know...except for that fact that most pot in the US is homegrown, you fools!), marijuana is harmless to other people. down with paternalism!
     
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    mononucleosis

    (Oops! I'm still guessing. My ass is grass.)
     
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    Hey, Surfer. You make a good point here. I'm just wondering, are you related to Dog the Bounty Hunter? I think he's cool and stuff, but it seems like you guys talk the same way.
     
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    no, we're not related. i was born on the island of o'ahu, where he lives. usually, when peoples from the mainland move to the island, they end up talkin a bit of pidgin.
     
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    FUCK NO. Decriminalize it, better yet, legalize it and reap the benefits of taxation. Only in America would marijuana be classified as more dangerous than cocaine and heroin. Just give me a ticket, no need to haul my stoned ass to jail where all I will do is take a nap...there is no logical reason for it to be illegal and people who think otherwise can fuckin blow me, fuckin sheeple and their nonexistent rationale, angers me...especially the people who have never used it and want it illegal, fuck all of you and your mothers
     
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