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Originally posted by freedomSlave
As I said in another thread .... Show me just one incident of real zombies. Zombies are about as fiction as santa or the tooth fairy.
edit on 2/6/12 by freedomSlave because: (no reason given)
Cannibalism was widespread in the past among humans in many parts of the world, continuing into the 19th century in some isolated South Pacific cultures, and to the present day in parts of tropical Africa. In a few cases in insular Melanesia, indigenous flesh-markets existed. Fiji was once known as the 'Cannibal Isles'. Cannibalism has been well documented around the world, from Fiji to the Amazon Basin to the Congo to Māori New Zealand. Neanderthals are believed to have practiced cannibalism, and they may have been eaten by modern humans. Cannibalism has recently been both practiced and fiercely condemned in several wars, especially in Liberia and Congo. Today, the Korowai are one of very few tribes still believed to eat human flesh as a cultural practice
The head of the CDC is quoted as stating that if the public is ready for Zombies they are ready for any disaster… but why would the CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL be worried about earthquakes, tornadoes and other natural emergencies? Shouldn’t they be more focused on finding and killing the next strain of H1N1 or something similar before it can spread to the public?
Originally posted by AaronWilson
Cannabilism should be legal. As long as the human had his "canabal O.K ed government card." When he/she dies, the organs are taken out and donated, but the meat, the body is butchered and for the price of a high end night out, you can have a nice slab of calf or thigh. Mabye a nice buttochs or perhaps a lower shoulder piece. A little bit of tenderising and Im sure it would be delicous.
But, you cant do it more than once per six months or you do eventually go crazy.
Originally posted by mainidh
reply to post by knoledgeispower
Once more the name 'bath salts' is a generic name given to a lot of research chemicals so as to avoid unwarranted inspection by customs.
Has nothing to do with methylenedioxymethamphetamine in the slightest. Perhaps under an analog law, but by that very fact, throws them into an illegal basket, far removed from the legal "terror" of bath salts.
You know what? You're actually justifying decriminalisation of drugs. Because the very reasoning you use, is 'back yard' manufacture. Which has nothing to do with any of the known research chemicals, but has a lot to do with impurities in the drugs available to adults who prefer to ignore what the nanny state tells them.
They are bad, you say, because they are made in backyards. Illegal drugs must therefore be put under harsher scrutiny because... the fact they are illegal makes them bad.
Illogical circular logic, and way off topic.
Research chemicals as such today, do not cause people to go eat other people. Do some proper research and stop being spoon fed the rhetoric of the likes of '___' is bad I saw it on Prison Planet.
"The presumption is that most bath salts are MDPV, or methylenedioxypyrovalerone, although newer pyrovalerone derivatives are being made by illegal street chemists. Nobody really knows, because there is no way to test for these substances," Horowitz says.
Originally posted by Thundersmurf
Originally posted by knoledgeispower
I don't know why anyone would want to take one of these? It doesn't sound like a pleasant experience.
Those descriptions are waaaay off. I'm not advocating the use of illegal substances, but I did have the pleasure of trying a few of these 'bath salts' when they were legal to purchase from shops around my area. I'm sure these ones that are beiong discussed are just bad copies or mixed with something bad.
Mephedrone removed all negative emotions so you felt really good for a while. If you take a little more then your body begins to feel like warm dough. Pretty amazing feeling.
Ivory Wave: NEVER TAKE THIS! This stuff led to numerous people being admitted to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary with self induced psychosis. This drug is bad news. Felt good for the first hour, but then it really messes with your head. I've never felt like i did on Ivory wave. Your short term memory is affected so conversations just can't really happen. Also, your brain seems to be endlessly searching for an answer, but you're never sure what the question is. Horrible horrible drug.
Nobody should be taking these as they are now illegal, but whilst it was legal mephedrone was ace. You knew what you were buying, what it was made of and you knew it wasn't mixed with anything else. This drug alone could have changed everything; instead it too is now sold illegally and mixed with more dangerous substances.
Originally posted by wavemaker
Great! We have less than 5 people out of 7 billion people eating other humans and suddenly we are at a zombie apocalypse. (I need an emoticon nodding side to side to show disagreement).