In my experience, Sunny1001, promoting "awareness" of something without attaching a reasonable "call to action" can just lead to a bunch of "talk" that goes nowhere.
Have you some suggestions for people who are concerned with the problem of children meddling in the drug world at a young age?
I agree with Mythbuster.
Also, I personally believe drug policy is outmoded and obsolete. Drugs are not life, granted, but they are also not an inherently evil object to fear, either.
It depends on the person. And I am tired of people saying "drugs, drugs, drugs, drugs are bad," when it's the less experienced and mentally unprepared who make mistakes.
Remember, guns don't kill people. People with mustaches kill people.
Well, you get what I mean.
by jacobt2 9 years ago
People within and outside of the US government have debated on the issue of whether young adults of the ages of about 18-22 should be have a mandatory one year period of community service that they must complete. Do you think this should be required of young adults or not? Why?jacob
by whitney_185 9 years ago
I have a young (14yo) group of girls that I want to plan a volunteer project for. Any good suggestions?
by Emily Zeinert 4 years ago
Do you believe in drug testing welfare recipients?
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