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Posted in General Gobshiting with tags , , , , , , , , on October 28, 2012 by Mallaz

Thanks to the absolute fukkin incompetence of TalkTalk I’ve been living in the dark ages with no internet for almost two weeks so now I’m well behind with all of my online shenanigans and am now having to play catch up like a twat. Obviously I’m well pissed off at TalkTalk and the level of customer service I received over the course of this issue was fukkin laughable! Being well behind schedule now I’ll have to get into these cunts at some point this week. It’s not a matter that I’ll just let slide though, these pricks have seriously fucked me about!

 This is just a quick heads up on some stuff that I’ve got just about ready and should be reeling off over the next few daze. I’ve been to quite a few gigs since I last published a proper blog post so will be giving my usual patter on what I’ve been witnessing music wise, which also includes my take on Parastatic’s debut album Lost Highway which is available from – http://104records.bandcamp.com/

 There’s also some political shit going on with the election of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria Police area happening on Thursday 15th November and seeing as it’s the first time in my life that I’ve been registered to vote then I’m definitely gonna have my say on which fukka sends their goons to kick the shit out of me. For more information go to – http://www.choosemypcc.org.uk/candidates/area/northumbria

 Obviously I’m gonna have to nail those TalkTalk bastards as well because I’m massively aggrieved by those clowns and I’ll also be releasing some details of shit that I’ve got in the pipeline, including the rebuilding of Mallaz.co.uk and the progress I’ve been making in setting up my own business.

Aye it’s all fukkin go now. Thank fuck for the clocks going back an hour eh? That goes a small way to buying back the two fukkin weeks TalkShit have cost me the absolute fukkin ballbags! Anyway, barring any more fuck ups from those tubes, expect to hear me spouting all kinds of shite in the imminent future!

HOW THE HELL CAN THE HAPPY CHIP BE IN BOTHER FOR SELLING A “LEGAL HIGH”???

Posted in General Gobshiting, Opinions On The News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 28, 2011 by Mallaz

The Happy Chip takeaway, on Waterloo Street, in town is in some bother again.  The premises has been closed down for investigation after a 21-year-old woman collapsed on a night out after buying a legal high from the takeaway.

The Happy Chip

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north-east-news/evening-chronicle-news/2011/11/28/newcastle-chip-shop-defends-legal-high-sale-to-woman-72703-29855784/

This comes a year after being in bother over Mephedrone.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north-east-news/evening-chronicle-news/2010/12/02/chip-shop-owner-accused-over-mephedrone-72703-27756037/

In today’s Evening Chronicle, The Happy Chip has hit back in defence at selling the legal high.  It is both tragic and unfortunate that this woman has fallen ill, and is in hospital “critical but stable”, and I hope she has a speedy recovery.  However, the clue is in the name.  “LEGAL HIGH”.

The Happy Chip has done no wrong in selling a product that has not been made illegal.  Harmful or not, this product is fully legal.  Alcohol and tobacco are both killer drugs, yet both are legal, taxable drugs.  The Happy Chip has fully cooperated in the police investigation into the incident.  The Happy Chip’s spokesman, Bal Mohammed, said that the chip shop has been unfairly targeted for selling something that’s legal.  I couldn’t agree more.  An accident has happened and the police are looking for a scapegoat.  As with any drug related incident, if the person willingly takes the substance then they must assume the blame.  We all know that taking drugs is a risk.

Police Take Action Against The Happy Chip For Selling “LEGAL HIGH”

Drugs laws and regulations are already in place and have been for a long time.  If the legal high is dangerous then the government should have made it illegal.  It is not down to The Happy Chip that this substance can still be bought and sold legally.  Drugs that were proven to be less harmful than legal drugs such as alcohol and tobacco remain illegal.  Drugs like cannabis and ecstasy.  As long as people are still being criminalised for use of drugs many will resort to taking legal highs, many of which are new and have not been tested.

Now they’ll go through the process of making this substance illegal, which in my opinion, is a waste of time.  As soon as one substance is outlawed another variation or another substance will be invented, manufactured and made widely available.  The war on drugs is a war that will never be wonThe answer is to legalise ALL drugs.  Then all drugs would be regulated and safer than drugs bought illegally, which are mostly cut with all kinds of fillers.  They could also be taxed.  Taxing the drugs that are currently illegal would help the economy.  Instead of throwing money at the fruitless war on drugs, they could be raising money for education, health services and job opportunities.  Also drug users, who break no other laws, would no longer be criminalised and punished for their choice to use drugs recreationally.  Police time could be better used tracking down sex offenders and murderers too.  And, less people would be resorting to taking unknown and untested legal highs.  Taking drugs would be a lot safer than it is now.

Other benefits that the total legalisation and taxation of all drugs could offer would be extra tourism income.  If we were the first country to do this then there would be an increase in tourism.  As with Amsterdam, people would come to take drugs legally.  There would also be more control over the quality and the costs of drugs.  Manufacturers would compete to produce better quality drugs and keep prices at a reasonable level, so as to maintain a healthy business.  Also if drugs are readily available users would not have to go to extreme measures to find drugs when their usual suppliers don’t have any available.

There will always be drugs and there will always be addicts.  But, by total legalisation, otherwise law-abiding citizens will not be made into criminals for recreationally using drugs, and those not wanting to break the law would not resort to using new, unheard of, untested substances.  More money would be available for funding addict treatment programs and those who just like a joint or an E now and then won’t be deemed criminal scum by society.

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