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Whilst reading Rob Ford's statement "I have used all drugs" I wondered if that might be extended to "...all of the drugs". In this way, they would be more difficult to find, or at least putting the prices beyond reach.
Option 1 would be regiments of Rob Ford clones hoovering up the world's drug resources.
preferred option is Option 2, this is an enormous mecha, in the shape of him, that traverses the world with huge steps doing the hoovering up. Watch as the entire Afghan opium crop goes in one snort...and so on.
Of course for option 2 some kind of kill switch is needed if a software bug changes the target to bacon or cheese, which could prove disastrous.
||See? Now, as rapt as this idea is, at least it has a category.
||But I'm still trying to grow some poppies, so please, not ALL of them.
||Well not such a crazy idea that his actions will
frame the decision in the context of drug control,
the issue that has been a conservative
construction and a core policy of conservative
regimes, that is not overtly discussed in the
campaign as an urban issue compared to examples
in other American cities. This is a conservative
inducement of their own policy question on the
masses, framing the election within a mass
obligation to regulate conservatively. As municipal
elections are statutorily nonpartisan, the elected
individual's actions may not negatively affect
voter perception of the broader organized
ideology. However, if a broader organized
ideology was responsible for electing him to
power, and undoubtedly some amount of
organized conservative ideologues were
responsible, then the electoral decision should not
be framed as a mass responsibility to regulate
conservatively, but significant doubt in the
conservative ideological base that this turd
bobbed to the top in. Voters should be repulsed
from that entire conservative leviathan that has
hoisted this spectacle in front of the jeering
courtyard masses, and fear the next abomination
it intends to rise.
||I read the title as a proposal to siphon money out
the car industry to combat drugs.