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    is kind of stupid, I think. If you go down the list, almost every "question" is really a statement dressed up like an interrogative. There is no place on the site to discuss these "questions", and there is no way to get answers to them.

    I think the whole exercise would have been more productive if they had simply asked people to make suggestions about what they think needs to be done.

    For example, on the issue of legalization of marijuana, it would have been interesting if people made specific suggestions about how they think it should be legalized. (E.g., completely open with no controls, controlled using the alcohol model of 21+ only plus state and local taxes, controlled using the New England alcohol model where only state-licensed stores can sell it, whatever).

    Greg Shenaut

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