Yes I did

I actually sold some drugs and never got caught. I needed the money and it was of a one off.

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me too

Oct 12, 2019 at 11:32am

but i finally matured enough to become a productive and thankful member of society. Good Ole' Canada ain't perfect but its one of the best societies on Earth. There's a reason most of the people on Earth would love to have the opportunities we have.

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Good confession

Oct 12, 2019 at 11:33pm

Maybe I will too. I need the money.

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Well

Oct 13, 2019 at 2:24am

would you do it again?

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Freakonomics

Oct 13, 2019 at 1:39pm

Reminds me of that part about how most drug dealers live with their parents.
And if that was the norm before 2005 (when the book came out, so the data was older), then probably more true now. Except, many of them are likely homeless, instead. Welcome to the new millennium. A progressive, enlightened age.
A single mom once told a story about how she needed someone to babysit for her. So she paid him in shatter. Years before legalization, obviously. Prices have come down since...
It's hard out there for a pimp, amirite?

But surely, pharma-grade psychoactives and synthetic drugs are still good currency. Especially in academia, where all the wealthy send their offspring. Almost half of white frosh in Harvard this year are jocks, alumni-related or donors' kids.
No wonder the employers are hard-up for talent. They should hire for it, instead of meaningless degrees, and then train people to be competent and effective. But HR still hire for privilege (because like attracts like) and complain about entitled, useless drones.
Maybe in another 20 years... Heh. Nah.

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Yeah

Oct 14, 2019 at 9:46am

The only way anyone can afford to live in this city. Drug dealers rent 5000 dollar a month condos to sell drugs to the ever increasing homeless population. The homeless population have to break into cars and steal bikes from actual residents to feed their habit. An endless feedback loop of unaffordability and crime. Meanwhile the rich assholes who own the overpriced condos have to make sure the prices remain unaffordable to protect their "investment".

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@MeToo

Oct 14, 2019 at 3:35pm

Unproductive or what I like to call a minimalist person have half the carbon footprint than a "productive" person therefore are more productive than for society. Ask yourself, does my carbon footprint override my contribution to the economy? 2050, near- to mid-term existential threat to human civilisation. Downsize if you care.

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@Freakonomics

Oct 15, 2019 at 7:59am

“Almost half”? I know its popular to trash the IVY LEAGUE these days, but where do you come up with the notion that “almost half” don’t deserve to be there? I ask because I have a family member on a fellowship at an IVY LEAGUE school and that isn’t what’s being reported. Not even close.

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Freakonomics

Oct 16, 2019 at 9:33am

@@freakonomics
Quartz, Slate, New York Magazine...
And yes, 43 percent is almost half. That's exactly how it's reported.
Legacies historically make up about 25 percent of the intake in many private schools, anyway. Of course that perpetuates privilege. No question.
Intelligence may be somewhat heritable, but they're not even admitted because of IQ, now, are they? More like hereditary gentry. This is exactly the stuff class wars are made of. And also, typical. Ironically, a widely reported Harvard study concluded that the bottom 90 percent have no political influence in the US. And the top 10 percent wield all the power.
What could go wrong? (cough, populism, demagoguery, cough, cough...)

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SallyKnosBest

Oct 19, 2019 at 9:35pm

I sell everyday and I don’t see a problem with it at all... Its the only way I can have a semi-lavish lifestyle. Welcome the West Coast. More people sell them you think, don’t feel bad about it.

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