How Ireland Accidentally Legalized Drugs for Two Days



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  1. Not only did this law enable capricious law making, but also enabled retroactive law making. That is, outlawing what one already has legal possession of. Imagine the tyranny, government, can on a whim outlaw all blue cars. You and your blue car are now criminal though you had no intent (another legal concept) to break the law, as no such law existed at the time you acquired your blue car.

  2. I find it funny how he recognized how Singapore was misspelled in previous video but then "Unconstitutional" was misspelled as "Unconstituional" in this video

  3. The specific blacklist bugs me. What if you design a drug which consists of a big molecule which can undergo near endless tiny changes which change the correct name of the drug, but have close to no effect on the molecules effect. You could release a new version on a daily basis and always gotten rid of the previous one before it got added to the soon 100 page long list. Of course consumption would be super dangerous, but drugs usually are dangerous.

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