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US Rep. at Pot Hearing: 'People Don't Smoke Marijuana and Beat Up Their Wives'
04/29/14, 09:44

Also, Mr Botticelli was dissembling through his teeth when said the Feds never wanted to go after medical marijuana. Raids on state-sanctioned medical marijuana growers and sellers were one of the first courses of action that the Obama administration undertook, and such actions have continued on and off clear up till today. Yeah, OK, TECHNICALLY you may be telling the truth, Mr Botticeli. Most of the Federal effort is focused on harassing people selling and growing the stuff, not on the individual patients. But that's a pointless distinction; making it impossible for patients to get their medicine is no better than going after the patients themselves!
US Rep. at Pot Hearing: 'People Don't Smoke Marijuana and Beat Up Their Wives'
04/29/14, 09:42

I'd like to add that Mr Botticelli does raise a valid point near the end; policy makers *should* defer, as much as possible, to the independent judgement of the scientific community. He's clearly trying to pass the buck (if you set executive policy, that policy is still your responsibility) and I'd argue that this dilemma serves to underline the problems inherent in giving sweeping regulatory powers to a centralized, politically-connected scientific body that is at least as concerned about business and the biases of bureaucracy as it is about actual science (like the FDA and the flagrantly biased NIDA), but Mr Botticelli's point is a fair one, and I think Mr Cohen started to lose it a little at the end.


Maybe I'm being too cynical, but I've long thought of American politics as a battle between people who are wrong for the right reasons, and people who are right for the wrong reasons, and this exchange does little to disabuse me of that notion.
US Rep. at Pot Hearing: 'People Don't Smoke Marijuana and Beat Up Their Wives'
04/29/14, 06:55

I like the one on the right. Those sunken eyes and ghostly Edwardian complexion call to me.
US Rep. at Pot Hearing: 'People Don't Smoke Marijuana and Beat Up Their Wives'
04/29/14, 06:04

Well, you wouldn't have to steal to support your heroin addiction if heroin was legal, available, and cheap, but whatever. As counter-productive as Mr Cohen's arguments may be in a historical context, the government is not going to give up on the idea of blue laws and the coercive enforcement of body politics, so if shifting the focus of the state's moral rage onto a smaller group of enemies is what it takes to make things a little better, then what's what it will take!

Baby steps, guys, baby steps!
The Red Solstice gameplay
04/29/14, 05:33

I'm also skeptical of the alleged focus on "unique and cooperative multi-player." I am not a fan of multiplayer games, and games designed specifically TO BE multiplayer games usually offer a poor solo experience. I don't want to rank up online, I don't want to get "good sport" points, I don't want to manage clans or socialize with fat kids or put my name up on a leaderboard so everyone can see how much of my life I'm wasting, I just want to turn the lights off, immerse myself in a Martian city, and frag the frak out of some aliens.
The Red Solstice gameplay
04/29/14, 05:11

I don't know. I used to think turn-based was the only way to go, but Men of War was an awesome real-time tactics game! As was the older Commandos series! Heck, even grand strategy games, which one would think would have to be turn-based, work fine in real-time (Crusader Kings, Vicky, Europa Universalis). The trick, I think, is having a fully-functional pause feature; as long as you can issue commands while the game is paused, there is nothing inherently "wrong" with having real-time action.

My main complaint, just going off this video, is that it looks like it owes more to the Starcraft school of blob-and-shoot gameplay, rather than the more tactically sophisticated, cover-based gameplay of, say, Company of Heroes. Bringing a blob of randomly moving Space Marines from Point A to Point B, while trying to wrangle their AI through strict real-time micromanagement, does not sound like a fun experience.

Something like, again, Men of War or Commandos done in a sci-fi/ X-Com style might work really, really well! A game that consists of nothing more than those annoying War/Starcraft "No-Base" SP campaign missions, not so much.
Lisa Vegetariana
04/29/14, 04:29

u mad bro?
1313: Giant Killer Bees trailer
04/28/14, 17:11

Oh wow, this guy did Puppetmaster III and Soroity Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama? How the mighty have fallen!
1313: Giant Killer Bees trailer
04/28/14, 17:09

Who engineered the Giant Killer Bees? Was it Talking Cat Dad? Or perhaps Talking Cat Dad's twink son?

He turned the family estate into a monument to hell.
Do you Have a Spirit Spouse?
04/28/14, 16:12

Pinkie Pie would be a horse-shoe in for that role. It's the sort of thing she would do.
Lisa Vegetariana
04/28/14, 16:09

I was going to say that I've never heard anyone say this episode was a low point for Lisa, but now that I think about it, this may have been the episode where I stopped marking for Lisa as much, and turned more towards Bart, Nelson (who I'd warmed up to a couple years prior, thanks to "Nuke The Whales"), and Milhouse for my peer-group fanning needs.

I didn't stop liking her character, but I was proud of being a meat-eater, and I think I may have resented my mother's vegetarian New Age douchebag friends.
Lisa Vegetariana
04/28/14, 16:01

*I* liked Lisa. She wasn't my favorite character, but I was about her age when the show first came out, and I could always identify with her more than any other character, except perhaps for Moe.

I think of the Mane Five, Marge was my least favorite character.
Jan Hammer remembers working on Miami Vice
04/28/14, 15:54

Is i really?

I know Dexter gets ragged on, especially around here, but it's still a very watchable show; far, far better than the average CSI/Bones/whatever crap you'd find on network television! I was under the impression that Miami Vice was very much a standard network cop drama; better than most, perhaps even the ggld standard of such shows, but still clearly made for a pre-Sopranos world.

I could be wrong about that, because as I said, most of what I know about Miami Vice comes from Miami Mice and the occasional Simpsons reference.
Do you Have a Spirit Spouse?
04/28/14, 14:48

This is bullshit, slanderous, hateful bullshit. Rainbow Dash is NOT a demon, and I will NOT have her exorcised through prayer! >:(
A Talking Cat!?! Full Movie
04/28/14, 11:19

23:30-25:00 is a talking cat part.
A Talking Cat!?! Full Movie
04/28/14, 11:12

I'd read her beeping machine.
Jan Hammer remembers working on Miami Vice
04/28/14, 08:15

How does it stack up against Dexter?
Jan Hammer remembers working on Miami Vice
04/28/14, 07:14

MIAMI MICE
Atari Landfill Excavated
04/28/14, 00:40

I would like to hear more about Stephanie burying her parents alive.
Sarah Palin: Waterboarding is how we'd baptize terrorists
04/27/14, 19:24

I'd still bang Ann. She's definitely lost it when it comes to her physical qualities, but I am not shallow; frumpy crazy bitches are still crazy bitches on the inside, and it's what's on the inside that counts.

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