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Desc:Written and produced by the creator of Dexter and his teenage daughter
Category:Short Films, Educational
Tags:PSA, dexter, JUST SAY NO, EDM, molly
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Comment count is 13
Literally growing from the corpses of the people who died at the festival last year.

Because literally now means figuratively.
Ps this could have actually helped people by changing the end titles to

It's like that episode of Spaced where they go to a club and do a bunch of ecstasy and the music never changes
Oscar Wildcat
Remember kids: don't be That Asshole who takes all of the drugs and doesn't share with their friends.
THAT'S the real message here.

Nobody likes a bogart.

Seems like they're deliberately trying to program you into having a bad trip. It's not even clear what drug he's doing.
The Mothership
Is that what being high is like? Cause man, that looks like no fun.
infinite zest
It's in the hopper but Dirty Pictures is a film worth watching IMO. It's about the guy who synthesized MDMA, Alex Shulgin. This PSA is pretty much like the scenes in Half Baked when they get high.

The Mothership
Dude have you ever seen Half Baked...... ON WEED?

Sudan no1
did he died
Nah, he just became a lumberjack.

Clearly he got ripped off and got ketamine.
infinite zest
Yeah. Or MXE for me. I'm not condoning it but it's a powerful disassociative. Kids are going to watch this and laugh at the actors: for me anyway this is nothing like "rolling" (also nobody says "rolling" anymore) But the dangers are real. A more effective PSA would be if they just interviewed kids coming down in hospitals: "I'll never do that again" sort of thing. Of all the anti tobacco ads I've seen in my life, the only one I've seen that effected me (I still smoke, cutting back, you know) was one where an otherwise attractive person says something about how your smile is so important.. "yeah it's probably an anti-tobacco commercial") then he pulls out his dentures and smiles at the camera!! For me, anyway, I was like "woah!"
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