|Blue - 2013-05-16 |
No clear link was established = he tested negative for bath salts.
Bonus points for their very first example of an actual user is somebody that got into bath salts because of marijuana prohibition.
A billion more points for someone with a British accent not having anything to say about a man whose psychosis led him to cut his own throat being sent home from the hospital the next fucking day.
Straight up repeating some bullshit about how bath salts made someone schizophrenic. That's a fucking lie, by the way. Most experts believe that drugs don't cause schizophrenia. It's an easy lie, because one of the symptoms of schizophrenia is drug use. It's relatively rare for people that develop schizophrenia to not use a lot of drugs prior to their first episode of psychosis.
Of course, drugs can trigger an episode in someone that is already schizophrenic, but so can falling in love, or getting a raise, or anything at all that makes you feel really happy or really sad.
Oh, and now it's over. At least they suggested that some people think that prohibition might be to blame for this drug. No shit, this entire industry sprang up to help people toke without coming up positive on drug tests. They make legal versions of (invariably much safer) illegal drugs. It's a direct response to prohibition.
I've tried three times to say something coherent about this.
Suffice to say, it made me angry.
Confirmation bias, you motherfucker.
Well, first of all, who are you talking to?
I surely wasn't joking about the coherent part...
I'm talking to the documentary.
(That made sense in several of my attempted responses).
To Blue I offer hosannas and praise.
|Architeuthis Tux - 2013-05-16 |
If you had any idea how delicious face with eye sauce is, you'd be eating nothing but face. It'd be face, face, face! Even picking the whiskers out of your teeth would make you want to eat MORE FACE.
I'm just doing ineptitude performance art here. Somebody, get me a Turner prize.
|memedumpster - 2013-05-17 |
Miami Cannibal Attack was my favorite band from the early 70's.
|klingerbgoode - 2013-05-17 |
The most uninformative documentary ever. Not only does not identify the effects of these so called bath salts, it doesn't even tell us what they actually are.
I am going to pretend that these people are just against having luxurious baths with lavender and mint.
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