posted on Aug, 2 2011 @ 09:09 AM
Originally posted by Shamatt
Originally posted by newcovenant
Probably worthwhile or you could chalk it up to the 3 hits of ecstasy.
My money's there.
You could, but that would be an error - you would lose your money.
I know for fact that millions of people take E on a weekend and do nothing worse than dance and hug people. I know I have done what you call "3 hits"
(Just shows how little you know about the subject, but nice try) of an evening (or more) and never murdered anyone. In fact I would go so far as to
suggest that with millions of doses of E having been taken in the last 20 years, and with this being the first murder I have read about with E as part
of the story, that there is in fact no causal link between the two.
Try not to be part of the dissinformation machine which reinforces lies about this drug.
Number one hippy dude...I am not "trying" anything so nice try is a little out of place here and
I am real happy you survived your idiotic drug use without killing anyone else or yourself but you were lucky, damn lucky and you should realize it -
if not, you may not be a permanent resident, if you catch my drift. Your next pill still might be your last. And why don't you take all your hands on
experience and what you know about E to the sheriffs department so they don't mistakenly attribute this bloody murder to his overuse of drugs.
These are not controlled substances - you cannot guarantee purity of the ecstasy or whatever he took. I don't care if you've been popping them since
you were crawling around in diapers.
Disinformation which enforces lies about this drug?
I suggest you seek professional counseling and rehab rather than spend your days touting the benefits of ecstasy. My apologies for not representing
your choice of death properly. So sorry. See how sorry, here is a sad face for you.
Analysis shows that many pills that are sold as XTC pills are really not XTC at all.
They don't contain MDMA, but for instance speed, MDEA or other substances with even bigger risks.
And also the dose is often very different. MDEA has a more boosting effect than a hallucinogenic effect, and has a shorter duration: 3-5 hours and
therefore looks more like speed.
A user looking for a hallucinogenic effect is tempted more easily to take a second or even a third MDEA pill, and thus is taking a great risk.
A person who uses XTC or any other stimulant experiences no fatigue, and can dance for hours.
When it is hot and humid and the user doesn't drink enough water or soft drinks, the body can get overheated and dehydrate, resulting in failure of
certain muscles and organs such as kidneys.
Overheating is extremely dangerous and difficult to treat; a risk that can be reduced by enough ventilation and cooling in clubs and discos.
XTC users turn out to be more sensitive to flu, cold and laryngitis; female users are more susceptible to bladder infection or infections of the
Long-term use can cause depression, fear, panic reactions, sleeping problems and impotence.
People with asthma, a weak heart, high blood pressure, diabetes or epilepsy should definitely not use XTC.
It can intensify depression, panic attacks and psychosis. XTC combined with other substances like alcohol and medicines is very risky.
It makes the user overconfident and it can affect the ability of co-ordination.
Therefore, it can be very dangerous in traffic.
Last, but not least, XTC is a fairly new product and the long-term risks are not yet known.
edit on 2-8-2011 by newcovenant because: (no