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Elvis Presley – On Stage Drug Fueled Rant

Elvis On Drugs

Elvis talks about karate, conspiracies about him, getting his black belt and even Fat Albert from 1974.

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Amitriptyline:  brand name Elavil; tricyclic antidepressant.

Amytal (C-II [Schedule 2]): Amobarbital; sedative, hypnotic.

Chlorpheniramine Maleate:  antihistamine.

Codeine (C-II):  narcotic pain reliever, for moderate pain.

Dalmane:  brand-name for Flurazepam; for insomnia (which includes the sleeping disorders of frequently waking up, difficulty falling asleep, waking up early).

Darvocet-N:  brand-name for Propoxyphene/Acetaminophen combination; for mild to moderate pain.

Demerol (C-II):  brand-name for Meperidine Hydrochloride; narcotic analgesic; for moderate to severe pain.

Dexedrine (C-II): brand-name for Dextroamphetamine; for short-term treatment for obesity.

Dilaudid (C-II): generic name hydromorphone hydrochloride; narcotic analgesic; moderate to severe pain (burns, cancer, surgery).

Empirin with codeine:  aspirin/codeine phosphate; for mild through severe pain.

Ionamin:  brand-name Fastin; appetite suppressant.

Morphine  (C-II): moderate to severe pain.

Nortriptyline:  brand name Pamelor; tricyclic antidepressant.

Pentobarbital (C-II): brand name Nembutal; short-term hypnotic agent, sedative (barbiturate).

Percodan  (C-II):  oxycodone/aspirin; narcotic analgesic; for moderate to severe pain.

Phenobarbital:  barbiturate, used as a sleep aid.

Placidyl (C-IV): brand-name for Ethchlorvynol; sedation.

Valium:  brand-name for Diazepam; benzodiazepine tranquilizer.

Close Encounters Of The Elvis Kind

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GHB, Rave and Club Drugs – Educational Anti-Drug Video PSA


This hour-long training telecast will explore the illicit world of GHB (Gamma-hydroxybutyrate) drug trafficking, use and abuse. GHB is classified as a sedative-hypnotic and/or a central nervous system depressant. It produces euphoria, intoxication and hallucinations with alcohol like effects. Because it produces such a rapid progression from drowsiness to sleep, it is often used as a “date-rape” drug. The program will focus on GHB trafficking, “date-rape” case studies, and GHB on the Internet. It will also cover the use, abuse, addiction and the pharmacological effects of the drug and what law enforcement officers need to know to recognize the indicators that a suspect is high on GHB. The program will also include a segment on Rave and Club Drugs — particularly Ecstasy — how to recognize the indicators and hear one mother’s story of how an experiment with Ecstasy cost her high school son his life.


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    • Researchers are uncovering the secrets of ancient civilizations who built fun house-like temples that may have scared the pants off worshipers with scary sound effects, light shows and perhaps drug-induced psychedelic trips.
    • Troubled rapper DMX is in jail again. Charged with using coke and OxyContin, and failing to submit to drug tests, Arizona police arrested him on Thursday for violating his latest probation. DMX has been in and out of jail over the last 10 years.
    • The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) was quick to criticize the DEA’s move. “The DEA says that prohibiting synthetic marijuana will ‘control’ it – yet we know from history that prohibition is the complete opposite of drug control,” said DPA spokesman Tony Newman in a Wednesday press release. “DPA is advocating for establishing regulatory restrictions, such as age limits and product labeling requirements, rather than banning it outright and relegating it to the black market.”
    • The shortage has been linked not to seizures of the drug by law enforcement agencies but to a fungus that has blighted this year’s poppy crop in Afghanistan, reducing it by half. Users are overdosing on either adulterated heroin, or, in some cases, what has been found to be a combination of a powerful sedative, caffeine and paracetamol. Some have become unconscious very soon after injecting or smoking it, while others have reported vomiting, flu-like symptoms and amnesia, drug agencies say.
    • “The American public looks to the DEA to protect its children and communities from those who would exploit them for their own gain,” said DEA Acting Administrator Michele M. Leonhart. “Makers of these harmful products mislead their customers into thinking that ‘fake pot’ is a harmless alternative to illegal drugs, but that is not the case. Today’s action will call further attention to the risks of ingesting unknown compounds and will hopefully take away any incentive to try these products.”
    • The technology, known as “deep packet inspection,” is capable of reading and analyzing the “packets” of data traveling across the Internet. It can be far more powerful than “cookies” and other techniques commonly used to track people online because it can be used to monitor all online activity, not just Web browsing. Spy agencies use the technology for surveillance.
    • A man who turned to robot fantasies after his girlfriend left him said: “One of the things that is more preferable to having a robot companion is that robots don’t break your heart.
    • Police say they have retaken a sprawling slum area from drug gangs in Brazil’s second-largest city after a five-day assault that killed more than two dozen people.
    • The five targeted chemicals are identified as JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-200, CP-47497 and cannabicyclohexanol.
    • Cracking down on fake pot, the government moved Wednesday to outlaw five chemicals used in herbal blends to make the synthetic marijuana sold in head shops and on the Internet to a growing number of teens and young adults.
    • The Boy Scouts of America have concealed sexual abuse that has pervaded the institution and helped sex offenders avoid prosecution for more than 70 years, a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Santa Barbara Superior Court alleges.
    • He is the sadistic executioner whose killings have terrorised Mexico. But unlike most of the brutal players in the country’s horrific drug wars, El Ponchis (The Cloak) is just 12 years old.
    • Thanks Patrick Nybakken.

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