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Should we legalize cocaine?

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Started: 5/3/2018 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Cocaine never hurt anybody.


Unlike Marijuana, Cocaine is an extremely addictive and harmful drug. It is indeed harsher in its 'crack' form but when snorted can truly make your nose's blood vessels explode... there is actually no drug as easy as cocained to kill yourself overdosing on because you will literally bleed out while passed out at a rate that will kill you faster than the drugs poisioning your body and affecting your pancreas ever will.

Cocaine, while less 'burst-damage' than Meth or Herion, is no joke of a drug. It does not benefit the user at all, unlike a drug like caffeine+taurine or weed (which do the opposite to you and therefore benefit you in opposite ways depending if you want to feel energetic or calm.

It's a no-joke drug that hurts and has no benefits at all. That is correct, it is not even that it outweighs the benefits, the drug is all-bad in what it does to your mind and body.
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Posted by Nd2400 3 years ago

I guess you never heard of overdosing.
Of course it harmful, it could and has killed many people...
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