Can We End The Drug War Now?Can We End The Drug War Now?3 days ago in Personal More Like This
Remember when the Nostalgia Critic riffed on drugs PSAs and the Cartoon-All Stars To The Rescue? Well, John Oliver momentarily played the role of the Critic by riffing on the exact same anti-drug hysteria and how they had an adverse effect of helping to facilitate mandatory minimums:
In all seriousness, even if you don’t think people should do drugs, can we at least agree that low-level pot dealers shouldn't receive the exact same sentence as would an airplane-hijacking child-raping terrorist, or that a junkie shouldn't receive life in prison for using three ounces of meth? Please tell me you have enough humanity to say "yes".
(Also, John, shame on you for making this a partisan issue and neglecting to mention how
SW:ExceptionalJedi:Chance of lost causes Chapter10Star Wars: Exceptional JediSW:ExceptionalJedi:Chance of lost causes Chapter103 days ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Chance of the lost causes
In the next morning
"Your Padawan was drugged?" repeated Tarak. As one of the first things in the morning Jedova had contacted him via comm. link.
"Yes. We got attacked and I don't think it will be a good idea to leave her side. If the same attacker comes, there is not very much protection to her by anyone", Jedova explained.
"What about you?" Tarak asked.
"I'm fine", Jedova told.
"So the attacker aimed at your apprentice?"
"No. I fear that the results have already been tampered. A friend of mine was drugged when he came to both votings, and he was most likely the target this time, but Arya was the first one to intercept with the attacker, who retreated when I was joining her."
"I see. I'll send someone there to see you. Stay by your apprentice's side until she get better and then get here with her. I will see if the results have been tampered with. Over."
"Thank you. Over."
Jedova put his comm. link back to his ut
A Big OverreactionOne of the patrons ran in and told us that (T) had gotten killed. I could see it in (B)’s face that he was hesitant but knew we had no choice.A Big Overreaction6 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
We couldn’t let (V) continue to harass our crew. I mean (T) was slob but he was one of ours. A few of his guys had to be whacked
to make it even. Lucky for us we found two of (V)'s lieutenants and left them in an alley somewhere. It was a bigger message than
intended, but not big enough. That night, we got the whole neighborhood to burn (V)’s place. With him out of the way we could conduct
our business so long as the tabs were paid and no one else got hurt. Looking back I see it as a big overreaction on everyones part,