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Friday, June 29, 2007

This Week on Drugs

posted by on June 29 at 12:43 PM


Graduates: Where should they get the party started?

More Handcuffs to Treat Addiction: Murray allocates $450,000 for fighting meth in Washington.

Does Poop Count as Evidence? “Unusually frisky” deer lead cops to what’s left of pot crop.

Jail: No longer mandatory for dopers caught in the Lone Star State.

It Ain’t Just “Blueberry,” Man: Isotopes know more about your pot than your dealer does.

Indonesia: Smuggling pot still a hanging crime; cooking with pot OK’d.

US: Prisons keep ballooning with nonviolent drug convicts.

An Actual Drug War: 40 killed in Rio raids.

Newspapers Still Advertising Drugs to Kids: Get your flavored cocaine!

Floridian Ethos: “This ain’t your grandfather’s or your father’s marijuana. This will hurt you. This will addict you. This will kill you.

In Other Addictions: iNtervention?

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Drugs are SO awesome! Bwaaananananana!!1!

Posted by Mr. Poe | June 29, 2007 12:48 PM

And of course the DEA is providing reams and reams of documentation verifying the alarmingly huge number of deaths from "pot addiction", right?



And BTW the "Signs This House May Contain A Marijuana Growing Operation", sound, except for the external power taps, like they describe the residence of any typical live-at-home geriatric - of which there must be, um, what - several million in the State of Florida?

Guess that would be one way to supplement those meagre Social Security checks...

Posted by COMTE | June 29, 2007 12:55 PM


Posted by Mr. Poe | June 29, 2007 1:37 PM

If numerous health researchers say that alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana and nobody listens, is it true?

Posted by Hannah | June 29, 2007 1:44 PM

Hannah, DUH,

Marijuannannanana is a GATEWAY DRUG (dun DUN DUNNNNN!!)!!1!!!@!!!!!1one

Posted by Mr. Poe | June 29, 2007 2:24 PM

In honor of the War on Pot, I'm gonna smoke another bowl.

No wonder I can't get anything done.

Posted by It's Mark Mitchell | June 29, 2007 2:52 PM

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