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Originally posted by mainidh
Originally posted by Infi8nity
Originally posted by darkbake
reply to post by subfab
It is too soon to tell, right now I'm just putting the idea out there that these drugs could be what is causing the recent rise in cannibalism.
No its not, the drug was created in 1969, has floated around since then. In 2005 a big boom came and then it started to be sold in head shops. Then was made illegal in 2011 Now they are just putting out propaganda to keep it illegal. Its under a 1 year illegal bind.
People are brain washed by hollywood way to easy.edit on 8-6-2012 by Infi8nity because: (no reason given)
It's too late mate... the damaga has been done. It's popping up all over the place and now parents will hear about their kids on bath salts and drag them off to rehab...
The bastards won... It's been around so long now that it's been proven by frequent users and explorers of the mind, that it's worth is self limiting and generally nothing but a result of the WOD.
Yet here we are, in the midst of a god damned cannibal frenzy, and it's being fueled by the pathetic media and ignorant folk that would most likely blame a plant for them comitting rape.
Too late.. the ignorance has spread like wildfire. Yet more reasons to demonize a segment of society who fall under the same umbrella as the idiots that ABuse anything...
No point trying to tell them, this thread will be closed and the ignorance will remain steadfast for all to see and rely on...
We're living in the land of robocop man... a time when people shove blue vials into their neck and then flip out.. Or max payne, where people inject a drug that causes them to see Valkyries and jump out of windows...
We're just doomed... this is only a symptom of how ignorant society really is...
Originally posted by Ladysophiaofsandoz
Toxicology results or it didnt happen.
Officials said the autopsy report would not be released to the public until the investigation into the shooting concludes - a process that could take more than a year.