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I think he was trying to say that "Bath Salts" and "Spice" are two totally different molecules, as opposed to saying THC and UR-144 are two totally different molecules...but who can know what motivates a lawyer - oh wait...
EDIT you know what - the above was a cheap shot at lawyers, who now that I think about it, actually help protect us from governmental abuses. Sure it is all part and parcel of a corrupt system, but defense lawyers are on the "good" side I guess if there are sides to be taken.
Quote: EDIT you know what - the above was a cheap shot at lawyers, who now that I think about it, actually help protect us from governmental abuses. Sure it is all part and parcel of a corrupt system, but defense lawyers are on the "good" side I guess if there are sides to be taken.
Good for you DWP. I have a cousin who has been a lawyer for over 40 years, and he would tell you he has been fighting cannabis legislation his entire life .
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Quote: downlowfunk said: I think this lawyer is full of shit. saying he supports Herbal Incense but doesn't support Bath Salts.
Its all the way or no way.
does them being two completely different chemicals have anything to do with it? I would think so.
Well your thinking wrong. Look at the compound ur-144 and then look at the compound THCDelta9 Tell me UR-144 is not an analog.
And yeah I can tolerate someones herbal incense habit if they can tolerate my Mephedrone habit.
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