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Less spending on anti drug ads means less teen drug use

  1. Riconoen {UGC}
    Compare this graph:
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    to this:

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    and you'll see a clear pattern here, what do you make of it?

    (source reason.com)

Comments

  1. darawk
    ONDCP needs more funding so that more children can experience the wonders of drugs :).
  2. Riconoen {UGC}
    LOL, I love how more pork means more drug use. it's like, there a pattern here but I can't see it. maybe repealing the war on drugs might discourage the tennie boppers from doing drugs entirely?
  3. Zentaurus41
    coleration doesnt always mean causation
  4. Alfa
    I would not be surprised if anti drugs ads would lead to more use of drugs by teens. There are some threads about that topic.
  5. Paracelsus
    I have observed the tendency that today's teens almost always distrust the government and its campaigns. And if they see such ridiculous antidrug ads, they will realize that they're just being brainwashed. Then they reject this and start to use drugs. Kids are not as stupid as the government thinks.
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