Old_Zircon - 2012-07-28 So they were missionaries, too. No wonder. This may actually be a step up.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-07-28 Took me a second to realize why this video was here. My browser settings pushed the last word of the description onto another line and I missed it, thinking "Raves and he feeds his kids? That doesn't sound so bad..."
Also, "known to cause death".. Thats technically correct but isnt very helpful. In 2010 in the uk there were 5 ecstasy deaths and 32 *helium* deaths!
For comparison there were 644 deaths from "fall on stairs or steps" that year in England and Wales alone.
Old_Zircon - 2012-07-29 It is if it's actually made properly and not cut. Which means, in practice, it isn't.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-07-29 If British kids would quit using fusion for recreational purposes, those 32 deaths wouldn't have happened.
Blue - 2012-07-29 Do those helium deaths include suicides? Obviously I'm biased because that's how I was going to do it, but I'd imagine that's a pretty popular method of suicide.
Cherry Pop Culture - 2012-07-29 I thought this was going to be about that guy who fed his little kids ecstasy. I saw him interviewed on Oprah about 10 years ago after he starred in a documentary.
Still, this vid is...interesting
Old_Zircon - 2012-07-29 I've met one person who grew up like this (except much worse - before she left Florida and moved up North for the first two or three years of high school she used to go on regular three to five day meth binges with her mom and the random guys they picked up together for sex).
She actually seemed way less fucked up by it than I would have expected.