Croc attacks Crackhead.

#2
Anyone who takes cocaine, supporting the murder and terror in places like Colombia, deserves death. Four brave blokes went waist deep into the water to save this guy. I bet they regret that.

If you know anyone whose does cocaine for 'a bit of fun' ... Kick them in the face, least they deserve.
 
#3
It wwas an alligator, not a croc.
Apart from that, I agree with you. Good, drills, that 'gator.
 
#4
Werewolf said:
It wwas an alligator, not a croc.
Apart from that, I agree with you. Good, drills, that 'gator.
I thought that Croc and Crackhead went better, artistic license ?
 
#5
Jâck said:
Anyone who takes cocaine, supporting the murder and terror in places like Colombia, deserves death. Four brave blokes went waist deep into the water to save this guy. I bet they regret that.

If you know anyone whose does cocaine for 'a bit of fun' ... Kick them in the face, least they deserve.
Playing devil's advocate here but if cocaine weren't illegal the terror and death side of it would disappear.

Alcohol is legal how much criminality do you here surrounding the sale of that? Now compare that to the prohibition years in the US.

I'm not for one second condoning the use of cocaine but its the illegal nature of the product that means its supplied through less than savoury means.
 
#6
Darwin award Nominee for sure, sorry to hear the Gator didnt get dinner, but imagine what the crack could have done to the poor old boy? How could he hold the Pipe with those short arms?
 
#7
shaka said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6159225.stm

They should have let the croc finish its meal and done us all a favour.
I agree with you! Except it wasn't a Croc! Feed the Alligator more!

Yes, make it legal and supply enough to overdose all those addicts, so it will be the 'Final solution' for addicts! :wink:
 
#8
Jâck said:
Anyone who takes cocaine, supporting the murder and terror in places like Colombia, deserves death. Four brave blokes went waist deep into the water to save this guy. I bet they regret that.

If you know anyone whose does cocaine for 'a bit of fun' ... Kick them in the face, least they deserve.
Oh I'm sure every crackhead thinks of the columbian drugs barons just before he/she whacks up on the stuff!! get real mate!!

I wouldnt say they deserve death...they just don't deserve being saved thats all.
 
#9
I agree with the posters above.
crack use is appalling.

if there hadn't been such heavy use of the stuff in this country we wouldn't have had the drug crazed idea to invade Iraq.

that was a complete crack head notion if ever there was one!
 
#10
Yes, make it legal and supply enough to overdose all those addicts, so it will be the 'Final solution' for addicts!
poor choice of phrase feel old bean.
 
#11
TheHelpfulStacker said:
Jâck said:
Anyone who takes cocaine, supporting the murder and terror in places like Colombia, deserves death. Four brave blokes went waist deep into the water to save this guy. I bet they regret that.

If you know anyone whose does cocaine for 'a bit of fun' ... Kick them in the face, least they deserve.
Playing devil's advocate here but if cocaine weren't illegal the terror and death side of it would disappear.

Alcohol is legal how much criminality do you here surrounding the sale of that? Now compare that to the prohibition years in the US.

I'm not for one second condoning the use of cocaine but its the illegal nature of the product that means its supplied through less than savoury means.

Those are some of the wisest words I've ever seen on the Arrse Website, and slap bang in the middle of a shitty, gratuitous thread.


I seem to remember the US administration courting Central American drug-dealers during the Reagan years (not kicking them in the face) because it served their sick, selfish underhand agenda. All drugs should be decriminalised or legalised tomorrow, like alcohol - but I suppose if that were to happen, it might undermine certain governments. How could the CIA hijack the drug market for its own ends and continue to launder sackloads of dirty dollars?
 
#12
am i the only one who feels sorry for the alligator? The residual shite in his veins would probably kill the poor animal. Isn't there a more humane method of disposing of them? Like pay-per-view death matches :twisted:
 
#13
chocolate_frog said:
Yes, make it legal and supply enough to overdose all those addicts, so it will be the 'Final solution' for addicts!
poor choice of phrase feel old bean.
Not really! I chose it for that very reason! :wink:
 
#14
The gratuitous BBC said:
The alligator believed to have carried out the attack was later caught, wildlife officials said.
Presumably so they could vaccinate it and offer it counselling.
 
#16
SLRboy said:
I agree with the posters above.
crack use is appalling.

if there hadn't been such heavy use of the stuff in this country we wouldn't have had the drug crazed idea to invade Iraq.

that was a complete crack head notion if ever there was one!
Another well through out and witty contribution. Did your Mum help with the big words or did you manage it all by yourself?

Do you actually think before you type a response or is your brain just on auto-spew?
 
#18
Some interesting posts for a change on here.

But eh argument that we should legalise drugs because alcohol is legal and alcohoil causes less crime

WAH?

Have you been out in a city centre after 11.30 any night of the week?

And as for the argument well aclohol is legal - so cos one poison is legal lets legalise them all?

Interesting point of view - not sold me yet
 
#19
Legalising something that isn’t good for the health isn’t big and isn’t clever. We already have tobacco and alcohol but why open another can of worms and expense for the Global sorry, National Health Service? Legalising drugs, increased availability, the feckless decide to give it a try because it's 'safer' and legal, get hooked equals more addicts. Junkies would still rob/kill for a fix legal or otherwise, something alcoholics don’t do a lot of (as opposed to drunken berserkers).

I have no problem with someone’s cannabis plant in the greenhouse for personal/restricted consumption or officially sanctioned 'herbal' remedies for the relief of pain. Small scale operation, unlikely to have the late Pablo Escobar’s heirs paying a visit to the legal competition.
 
#20
frenchperson wrote
Those are some of the wisest words I've ever seen on the Arrse Website
Translated means; 'at last someone agrees with me'. (SLRboy doesn't count). I won't be surprised if helpfulstacker reviews his or her opinion now.
 

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