Drugs This Week on Drugs
posted by November 9 at 12:25 PMon
Mixed Feelings: Red Bull and alcohol more
fun dangerous than alcohol alone.
Science: Sea Urchins + Marijuana = Euphoria!
867-5309: Spears must provide phone number for drug tests.
NYPD: Busted for zealous pot enforcement.
All-Time High: U.S. syringe-exchange programs.
Clocking In: California high court considers whether employees can use medical marijuana.
Shittiest Idea Ever: Feds tell Americans where to put their pills.
“Ferret waste, like nearly any other form of pet waste, can be effectively used to help prevent the abuse of unused prescription drugs,” SAMHSA spokesman Mark Weber said.
Hailey, Idaho: Passes three new pot laws.
Denver: Marijuana policy review panel will implement law modeled on I-75.
Nigeria: Fake chemicals used for pharmaceuticals.
Russia: “Patients in detoxification treatment are heavily sedated, making counselling efforts difficult or even pointless.”
Swiss Myths? Stoners getting good grades.
Price Bumps: Increase in cocaine prices convince Drug Czar that drug laws are working—never mind that it also means selling cocaine becomes more lucrative, requires addicts to steal more to pay for their habit, and the black market becomes more violent—mission accomplished!
“Assuming that high cocaine prices are hurting cartels is like assuming high gasoline prices are hurting oil companies.”