Joe has spoken. He laughs at the notion of somebody collecting IP addresses (and I laugh with him, for what it’s worth), but then he can’t just shut up.
He tells us first that he is “amused and concerned.” Simultaneously. It’s all so funny, but he’s so concerned that he’s documenting everything.
Just so he knows, so am I. And I am documenting not just the original version of his comment, but this one too.
He realized he had a typo and corrected it. Please note that. He corrected a typo, but doesn’t know that he uses run-on sentences and improper punctuation and capitalization throughout his whole rant.
it takes a real low life scum bag to see fit, if even the enabling of a system, that destroys lives and puts behind bars those who smoke and use marijuana. . .
For example, what exactly does this even mean? I think he’s saying that he doesn’t like anyone who thinks pot should remain illegal.
For the record, I actually agree with Joe about legalizing marijuana. But that’s not the point here, as you will see.
Anyway, he wasn’t finished. He looked at it and scratched his head and wondered what was wrong and tapped on the “edit” button. Is he going to fix that nonsensical sentence?
Ah, no. He is not.
He decides that maybe he should add a disclaimer about how everyone knows he smokes pot. Only not right now.
Why is that? Why not right now? What does it matter?
Well, it matters because of this.
The Kentucky Supreme Court, in December 2014, made an unequivocal statement in a case called Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Joseph Andrews that the trial court has the right to revoke probation. They can set the rules.
And one of those rules is that the defendant cannot commit another offense during the period when his sentence is subject to revocation.
What exactly is “committing another offense”?
Well, smoking pot is one of them.
They spelled it out for Joe. No pot. No violations of the law. Behave yourself.
That’s his bail papers. But the same conditions apply to his current status.
Highlighted in blue, they make it clear. Whatever Joe and I may think about pot being illegal, it remains illegal in the Commonwealth.
Just make high-handed statements about how you don’t consider it a drug and you don’t think it should be illegal won’t cut it. It’s sort of like saying that you don’t need any permit to dump human waste on your property. Why do Joe and Nicole keep doing this?
It doesn’t matter what Joe thinks. They will arrest his sorry ass anyway.
Funny how even though he doesn’t
fear those who carry guns and claim to have authority and that we have no rights!
he seems to have thought it over some more (for two hours because thinking is hard) and did a bit more editing.
But Joe is not afraid. He’s not afraid of “trolls,” or the “statist clowns” or the police or anybody. Nope.
So why all the edits, Joe? Methinks you are scared shitless.