to keep you updated and in the loop about the drug wars and the real terrorists
any of my friends and hitback contacts and associates already know that i'm anti-pharmaceutical.
my reasons for this are that any major changes in the metabolic system are damaging to the overall etheric control system. more so than alcohol or marijuana, pharmaceutical drugs rearrange the body's systems and oftentimes never address the true problems. but because the side effects like dizziness can sometimes also translate to "i felt so fking high and wonderful", these drugs persist inside even very conservative circles.
put it this way, the drug cartels contribute to ALL tomorrow's parties.
anyway, the following is an article from yahoo that is based on post-teenage confessions of really inappropriate and life/system threatening behavior.
check it out:
"Teens are taking painkillers, mainly highly addictive opioids such as OxyContin and Vicodin, from medicine cabinets in their own homes, said Dr. Petros Levounis, director of the Addiction Institute of New York in Manhattan.
"They're getting these prescription pills from parents or grandparents," Levounis said. "Say I go to the dentist for a tooth extraction and I get 30 painkillers and maybe take one. My granddaughter could go into my medicine cabinet without me knowing and bring the rest of the pills to a party."
A recent report from researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that each year, more people die from prescription painkiller overdoses than from heroin and cocaine overdoses combined. "
and how many people are dying from marijuana, pray tell?
oh, is it still ZERO deaths, lol!!!!
ZERO deaths (and yes, i'm not counting cartel deaths, and the forced black market related casualties -- those only exist because this nation won't grow up past this debate since its such a great cover for the real baddies)
3 New Dangerous Drug Habits in Teens
1= energy drinks
2= huffing "dust off" a computer product with a real kick of a high that lasts up to a few minutes
3= pharma parties