Would you date a criminal (a person having a record)?

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Aspie1
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12 Oct 2022, 7:54 pm

Plain and simple: No, hell no!

A criminal is a criminal. If they get caught eating a corpse or smoking a joint, it's still a crime. And once a criminal, always a criminal. Besides, all pot smokers I once knew were garbage! They'd get high and start treating me like I'm subhuman, mocking me and getting a rise out of me. So the more of them rot in prison, and the longer, the better.

Arizona once made pot possession a felony, and put people in prison for a year for it. I really miss those days!



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13 Oct 2022, 7:19 am

Aspie1 wrote:
Plain and simple: No, hell no!

A criminal is a criminal. If they get caught eating a corpse or smoking a joint, it's still a crime. And once a criminal, always a criminal.

Does this include holding illegal social gatherings during the COVID crisis?

Or, had you been alive a hundred years ago, drinking alcoholic beverages during Prohibition?


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13 Oct 2022, 11:26 am

Mona Pereth wrote:
Does this include holding illegal social gatherings during the COVID crisis?

I wasn't convicted, let alone caught. :wink:

Besides, scamdemic lockdowns aren't laws. They were never presented as bills, voted on, or signed. No law = no crime.