Way Too Many People Can NOT Partake in Moderation.
Even when it is already illegal to partake in the first place.
Just like drunks, pot heads and drug addicts quickly reach the point where
there is no line between weekend use and everyday use, or on the job use.
If these "upstanding citizens" can't control themselves, who can?
An Oregon lawmaker Kelley Wirth indicted on meth possession charge.
NM Judge Arrested For Cocaine
Lawyer Arrested in Drug Sweep
Lawyer suspended over drug use
Las Vegas Police: Officer Arrested, Faces Felony Drug
Police Officer Arrested in Pine Bluff Drug Raid
Police Officer Arrested For Falsifying Oxycontin Prescriptions
Clackamas County Sheriff's deputy, David Verbos, 36, is accused in the
indictment of holding-up the Mid Valley Bank located in Wilsonville as well
as armed robberies at various area stores including the pharmacies at the
McMinnville Bi-Mart and Wilsonville Target stores as well as a quick-cash
outlet in Newberg.
Sheriff Sergeant Arrested and Fired for Drug Theft
Oklahoma City Police Officer Arrested On Drug Complaints
Union police officer arrested on drug charge
And therein lies much of my point.
It is not necessarily the substances that are the problem, but the people
who abuse them. Simple possession should not be a crime. I don't know how
many of those articles apply to abuse, as I haven't read them, but some of
the titles are indicative of problems other than the substances. Focus
efforts and expense on REAL crimes.
Just in case you're wondering, my "drug" use is generaly limited to
caffiene, nicotine and alcohol (and I rarely get drunk). Once in a while, I
might get a script for a painkiller but I generally take it at a lesser dose
than prescribed and usually don't finish it. I don't smoke pot or snort coke
or take any other drugs for recreational use. As a former participant in law
enforcement I've even helped to take down a cop or two for drug crimes. I'm
not speaking from a position of total ignorance of this particular subject,
I'm addressing the overall realities of it.
We've probably drifted too far beyond the charter of this group so, having
said that, go ahead and get the last word in if you want to and we'll close
this thread out.
Its not a harley tranny....but for their trannys, they of course
recommend harley tranny fluid..... i had a baker tranny put in, and the
mechanic (a harley mechanic) said he uses amsoil 90 weight gear oil in
that....so since the discussion of amsoil oil wasn't getting high reviews,
if the gear oil was similar in ratings....
No matter who made it, I would follow the manufacturers recommendation
first. I think they would be in the best position to determine which
lubricant meets the technical requirements of the gearbox. There are
not many other people who would be able to accurately answer your
Well, in the case of Harley Davidson, they recommend harley oil, and
tranny fluid, but I've never known them to make their own fluids. It is
more than likely made by someone else with their name on it, and of course
their brand is so god damn expensive, you could go out and buy some other
oil (gear or regular) and use it and it might even be better unless they use
the wording "or equivilent". Most people would think even the cheapest of
oils would qualify for being "equivilent", but equivilent is really a broad
I guess any oil would "work". I am inclinded to use even an inexpensive
filter only because I am anal about changing my oil at the 2000 mile mark
(abouit once a month)..... even 1000 in my truck (which turns out to be
about 3 times a year in the truck)
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