A communicable disease caused by the focus of attention on another’s use of mood-altering chemicals.
Symptoms: A high minded moral intolerance of anyone that would consider inhaling, ingesting, inserting or injecting a chemical substance in their body to feel good long term untreated afflictions. May result in a closed mind, self-righteousness, and bigotry.
Long term effect on health of community: laws have been passed to appease these sickos that have created a market place of violence. A business that exploits the mentally ill, the poor and uneducated.
Treatment: The following may be helpful to those wishing to change:
1. Recite the 9th commandment 29 times upon rising in the morning.
2. Never watch Nancy Reagan on TV.
3. Try to avoid TV ads by the N.C.D. & A.. especially those made by sports personalities.
4. Join a self-help group that sits in a circle around two joints and six ludes reciting in unison “these chemicals cannot harm me.”
1. DO you believe it is morally wrong for others to ingest valium with the authority of a doctor?
2. Or for others to take one pill more than the doctor suggested?
3. Or to take two extra pills just so that they can meet new people?
4. Or to wash down one of those pills with a shot of Johnny Walker Black?
5. Or to go to more than one doctor to get the same prescription for mood-altering drugs?
6. Or to smoke marijuana?
7. Or to mainline heroin?
8. Or to mainline peanut butter?
Anyone with 7 or 8 yes answers most certainly is in the later stages of drug phobia and should be sent to sit on the front row of Jerry Falwell’s church so long as either shall live.
Anyone with 4 or 5 yes answers does not know where he/she stands on the drug issue. A good start would be to grow a large crop of marijuana and give all the proceeds to the war on drugs campaign.
If you are one of the 1000 that said no to all, you share my view that setting moral standards for others is tricky business and should be left to The Divine Creator.I have the same thoughs today