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Sure but it not like flipping burger at mc Donald's this is literally rocket science with human life on the line
Your being dumb. If, at any point, there are people in jail who are doing time on a charge that's no longer illegal (eg, MJ sales\possession), this SHOULD tell you that the punishment was too draconian in the first place. Aafter all, why should one be in jail for something that "just got out of jail" (in other words, that just became legal)?I say again since it beats repeating: why should someone remain in jail from something that just became legalized (you can think of the thing that just became legal as being "just released from jail")?Why must the man do all the time the judge sentenced him to when the weed just got cut loose from its legal "jail", and is now seen in shops all across the state? I'll tell you why: it's because the punishment from the judge was too severe; too draconian for the crime, that's why.Now knowing that the man is the victim of excessive punishment, you must admit that, in the interest of Justice, the man should be released. If you think you have an argument to counter this claim then you are remaining dumb.
Well in that case if I buy a new product, everytime they lower the price of it I should be able to get money back. Because they value dropped. It's kind of silly really isn't it? but that is what you are trying to do with the punishment scale. You want to serve the current punishment not the one when you commited the crime. What if they raise the punishment should the one serving that sentence get automatic prolonged jail time? Or should we pull in people who already served their time also because they got too easy off.
Yes, rockets should be electric.
What do you think?
I'm conflicted. I hear his point but it'll be a lot of work getting those people out of jail which just seems unnecessary I guess
Getting innocent people out of jail doesn't seem unnecessary to me. Think about it, how would you feel to be in jail for doing something legal?
Are they innocent though? That's my conflict
I feel they aren't because they did illegal stuff because it was more money.
Whatever it was that became legal, you can think of it and bring released from a short of administrative or legal jail. MJ, for instance, was recently released from its administrative and legislative "jail," and is now free - you can spot MJ in shops all across the state of California.If MJ is now free, then why not the offender? In fact, keeping the offender in jail after the MJ was released is like the state admitting that their punishments regarding MJ are excessive.
I suppose one may reasonably argue it would only benefit people, but even then, I don’t think “being open during a pandemic” is sufficient justification to say it’s somehow legal and all previous sentencing should be canceled
Do you include alcohol when you say that?
I don't drink alcohol
Are you against the sale of it though
I know what I think. I think you're going out of business soon. 😂
seems like it bro, just started again too, ima have to find some other shit, might focus on shrooms
Or open a shop and sell it legally :)
id need a license for that 😂
I'm just saying its doable, don't want you ending up in prison, they won't make shrooms legal any time soon
exactly, which makes it profitable big time 😂
We are the same zodiac sign too then!