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Re: “Even drug dealers have to pay taxes

so they pay that tax on every item in their possession or what? every item that they sell? i take it this is a separate tax from their income tax? b/c it seems like you would use the same method to pay that as anyone else (i.e. based on income, not grams or dosies or whatever).

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Posted by rh on August 12, 2010 at 1:33 PM

Re: “Clemson's own synthetic marijuana goes nationwide

ha, with this kind of exposure i'm sure it won't be around for long. as i said w/ regards to mephedrone though, i think selling/buying/using this stuff for the purpose of getting high is probably illegal already under the u.s. analog act, even though there is not a jwh-xxx specific law on the books. granted, i have not heard of many prosecutions based on the analog act, but i still opine that the substance is probably already illegal to sell, buy, etc. for the purpose of getting high, which is why it can be marketed and sold as incense.

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Posted by rh on August 12, 2010 at 1:21 PM

Re: “It's time to chill out with a mug of kava

i think they determined the liver damage comes from ingesting other parts of the plant besides just the root. this became more of a problem when a sort of mini kava craze hit health food stores and pharmacies, making it available ground up, usually in a nondescript capsule form or in the form of an extract, everywhere from gnc to walmart. the wholesale production of kava tended to deviate from the traditional island preparations and included other parts of the plant like the bark, etc. when prepared in the traditional way, using only the root, there is much less likelihood of any potential liver problems. the pacific islanders, for example, have been using it in this manner for centuries with no problems. the link to liver problems only surfaced recently, with the mass-produced products consisting of more than just root

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Posted by rh on August 12, 2010 at 1:13 PM

Re: “The new club drug meow meow isn't so purrfect. In fact, it might make you tear off your balls.

Also, I think using this substance as a drug might technically be illegal under the analog act, so while you may be able to order it online, and it may not be specifically listed as a scheduled drug on the books, it is potentially still illegal. the same goes for using any synthetic cannabinoid to get high really -- i think the reason k2, etc. is legal to buy is mainly b/c it's sold as incense. i dont think it would be legal to sell or buy that as a smoking blend

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Posted by rh on August 12, 2010 at 12:54 PM
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