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Re: meth supply unaffected -- how?

Posted by alexandra_k on May 16, 2020, at 22:21:44

In reply to Re: meth supply unaffected -- how?, posted by alexandra_k on May 16, 2020, at 22:17:12

But yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees it's magic mushie season and yeeeeeeeeeeeees one could co magic mushie hunting now, with the reduced levels of 'stay home' directive.


I've been there: Done that.

I would think that would be why it would be a good idea to have graduate entry to professional practice programs. So people can live life a little and experience some of these higher risk and not particularly professional things...

Before settling down, in some sense, into professional career.

Nobody is going to begrudge people for trying different things when they are in college. Out of their parents bubble. BEFORE professional practice degree admissions.

But not AFTER.

Nobody looks well or good or kindly on the pharmacist who experiments with illicit substances.

And so on...

That's kind of, uh, why it's important not to pick kids.

And why they should get to live a little and figure out what is most important to them.




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