Damn a lot has happened since my last post. Took me like half an hour to catch up. Shit got a bit serious, lol.
There are a few things I want to talk about with my unqualified opinion:
|There are dangerous drugs like cocaine|
Although cocaine is supposed to be incredible. It's wildly dangerous unfortunately. I watched as my buddy almost died of an overdose -- and by 'watched' I mean doing everything humanly possible to not let him die in my arms. So yeah that's not something I'll ever do until I've reached 75 years old. (75 is my quota for life, after that I'm allowed to do all the things that I won't do now for the sake of staying alive).
|Vandalism and Theft is not right nor ever will be.|
What about mutual vandalism or theft? which is an interesting philosophical question. I can name at least one other group on my Uni's campus that actively engages in mutual theft/vandalism with my group. They'll steal something from us, we'll play golf into their windows. And it stays minor -- no one's torching houses.
Maybe it's not the most healthy relationship, but we don't go around killing each other for it. Don't even get that pissed off really. We continually screw up something of equally important value to the other party. Dare I say, "fun and games?"
Although some might say an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.
Mind you, this isn't meant to be a justification for vandalism. Just an argument to suggest that there aren't always black and white lines to some social issues.
And there are less harmful kinds of vandalism, like deer stacking on christmas, which I find insanely comical. If someone stacked my decorative reindeer I would get a nice laugh from it. Can you call the rearrangement of objects vandalism? I don't know the exact definition.