A New Year smile for you

  Graham* 01 Jan 13
  Quickbeam 01 Jan 13

Well I suppose that he's still as entitled to have his burglary investigated as much as the rest of us do.

  tullie 01 Jan 13

And there are some that say the drug is harmless!

  rickf 01 Jan 13

Ha ha!!

  john bunyan 01 Jan 13

fm. Maybe true but at the moment is is illegal so the guy who had it stolen sounds as if he was smoking it when he reported the theft.

  kad60 02 Jan 13

Proof positive that the drug is harmful to ones mental faculties,why else would he report his gear stolen.!?

  Brumas 02 Jan 13

Obviously he was 'grassed up' ;o}

  kad60 02 Jan 13

fm, true,my comment was 'tongue in cheek' but on a serious note i do know of a few people who smoke constantly,who find themselves incapable of work, and suffer varying degrees of paranoia,in one instance so badly that i chose to walk away.A harsh attitude ,some may say,but my sanity was more important than his 'insanity' and constant denial of the causal nature of his ailment.

  Quickbeam 02 Jan 13

They should have disguised it in an aspidistra pot for such an open location.

  Aitchbee 02 Jan 13

I get an instant natural 'high' when I look out [thru' the SQUARE window] to my verandah, which is teeming with potted plants, no kiddin', (after a sherry or three!).

  Aitchbee 02 Jan 13

... nobody (had) better nick 'em!


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