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    Head shops is it a good idea they are closing down or is it a bad idea?

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    they aren't closing down, the law is being changed to make certain products in them illegal and to close loop holes to prevent the suppliers of "legal highs" from slightly changing the chemical compond to subvert Irish laws. The stores can still sell the usual drugy paraphernalia but can't sell the stuff that makes you actually high.

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    Jesus if your gonna use drugs what diffeence does it make weather its illegal or not, Just means now your not buying it from a shop
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    the point i was trying to get across wud it b better if these stops remained open would it somehow put a dent on criminals who bring them in the first place

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    I think it was an opportunity missed to regulate these shops in a balanced manner I saw a programme on RTE few weeks ago they had a camera across the road from the shop within 3hrs on a Sat. night 300 people bought something from the hatch demand is there now people will have to go to drugdealers to get same, never used drugs myself.....

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    I have tried a lot of the products sold in these head shops and there nasty wouldn't recommend them. The illegal stuff is better with less nasty side effects plus illegal drugs have 20 + years of human testing. The stuff sold in head shops is pretty new with very little testing long term effects are unknown.

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    too many under eighteens taking coke subs but wait until the head shop drugs are mixed with street drugs you wil see worse times ahead

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    What if our Gov, under perssure from Rhuma, Church, or whoever, made Escorting, Punting and the advertising of same in any form, illegal. what would we do then? We'd all be not fuked, wouldnt we. But we might have more cash.

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