1, 2, 3..., by Kindred Obas


Every sixty seconds someone is arrested for possession of Marijuana. UNODC continued to discuss the legalization of Marijuana in the United States bright and early Friday morning. Once again, China, the United Kingdom, the U.S, Brazil, and Japan dominated the discussion. The delegates continually raced to see who could raise their placards first. Yet, the U.S and China seemed to have the method down to a science, bringing the UNODC secretary, Brock Hilde, to take on the immense task of determining which country raised their placard first. Israel was called upon to give his input; however, he seemed a bit unsure of his stance stating, “Drugs do make people happy, but in other ways drugs make people sad…” Working papers were produced, one that discussed long term goals and one that presented short term goals, both of which were rather practical. Nevertheless around 10:00 Hungary was arrested. The delegate ran only to end up being caught by ICJ secretary TJ Mayberry and delegate Jyasi’ Davis. The Hungarian delegate was charged with harassment, DUI (Delegating Under the Influence), and resisting arrest. 58, 59, 60.

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