If you could outlaw anything, what would it be?
Asked near Noodle Bar and Sarita’s in Seaside.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Follow-up: What would you legalize?O.G. BULL | Retired Veteran | Seaside
A: Hatred and prejudice. They’re going on the same prejudice. I’d make love mandatory.
Equal Opportunity: A universal stimulus package. Give everyone $1 million. If they blow it, then they blow it, but it gives everyone a chance.
ANNETTE MCMANNIS | Teacher | Monterey
A: Bad manners. I’d encourage manners, responsibility and world mindedness. People in America just don’t think about the rest of world.
Do Unto Others: I’m not going to say marijuana, because I don’t care about that. Everybody should have to volunteer at least five hours a month.
BILL KOMLOFSKE | Retired Writer | Seaside
A: I would outlaw laws. I wouldn’t want to make any because I don’t believe in them.
Prescription Drug: I would legalize marijuana. For economic and health reasons. We need the money. I’m 51 and I’ve got a daughter who’s 30. I don’t know if she’s ever tried it but I have and I think it’s great.