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Friday, September 12, 2008

This Week on Drugs

posted by on September 12 at 12:40 PM

The Worst Trip: Teacher on mushrooms stabs himself to death with shards of a broken bottle.

Whiner: Colombian drug lord requests a bigger cell because he’s “claustrophobic.”

Stoner: Man reeking of pot flags down police in the U-District. Cops take the dope and release the dopehead.

Popper: Cindy McCain the pill maven.

McCain’s addiction also embroiled her with one of her charity’s former employees, Tom Gosinski, who reported her drug use to the DEA and provided prosecutors with a contemporaneous journal that detailed the effects of her drug problems. He was later accused by a lawyer for McCain of trying to extort money from the McCain family.

Hired Help: FDA brings on 1300 employees to recoup from staff exodus.

Double Dutch: Tobacco ban getting pot smokers more stoned than ever.

Cannabis Camera: Police may post photos of folks busted in drug raids.

Winning the War on Drugs: In Nigeria.

A Nigerian was shot dead by police during a raid on suspected drug traffickers in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, police said Friday….

“In line with our procedures, they resisted and endangered police so they were shot,” he said. Police found “hundreds of grams” of heroin in the raid, [police spokesman] Yoga Ana said. The Jakarta Post daily reported that both men were unarmed when they were shot by police.

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20 mushrooms!! I can't imagine the horror he was going through. I'd stab myself too.

Posted by seatard | September 12, 2008 1:03 PM

Or Perhaps PSRC Executive Director (booted Snohomish County Sound Transit Politico) Bob Drewel and his drinking buddies???

Posted by Douglas Tooley | September 12, 2008 2:08 PM

I can say with some authority that you can still buy pre-rolled joints in Amsterdam with tobacco. You can smoke them, too.

Posted by Dutch Fuck | September 12, 2008 3:40 PM

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