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  • “Diego and the other workers were encouraged to spit into the tubs holding gas and coca, and even pass spit-mugs around the camp, under the premise that saliva helped the extraction process. Workers were also encouraged to ash their cigarettes into the vats, perhaps because traditional coca chewers sometimes added a dab of quicklime or the ash of burned quinoa plants to their wad of coca. (Diego said he wasn’t sure why.) Then there were the unauthorized additives. “Sometimes we’d piss or shit in the vats, just to be fuckers,” Diego said. “Only the rich use cocaine, and we thought it was funny.”
  • Mr. Llewellyn, a self-described former crack addict, started out making mephedrone, a stimulant also known as Meow Meow that was already popular with the European clubbing set. Once governments began banning it earlier this year, Mr. Llewellyn and a chemistry-savvy partner started selling something they dubbed Nopaine—a stimulant they concocted by tweaking the molecular structure of the attention-deficit drug Ritalin.
  • Information from the coroner’s inquest revealed that Michael Lee Bedford ingested two spoonfuls of pure caffeine powder that he washed down with an energy drink. Coroner Dr. Nigel Chapman said the dose Bedford consumed was equivalent to 70 cans of Red Bull.
  • “The terrorists have won” is a refrain I don’t like using. It’s sensationalist and ignores inherent complexities. But for the moment, I can’t think of a better way of putting it.
  • – 70 nitrous oxide tanks. – 551.2 grams (19.4 oz.) marijuana. – 4 marijuana-laced brownies. – 16 marijuana-laced Rice Krispies Treats. – 66 marijuana-laced cookies. – 134.9 grams (4.8 oz.) psilocybin mushrooms. – 22 doses of ketamine. – 34.3 grams (1.2 oz.) of Ecstasy (MDMA powder form, a.k.a Molly). – 60 pills of Ecstasy. – 30.7 grams (1.1 oz.) cocaine. – 2.2 grams (0.1 oz) heroin. – 395 hits of LSD. – 21 LSD-laced cookies. – 26 Oxycodone pills. – 7 Oxycontin pills. – 39 Hydrocodone pills. – 29 Carisoprodol pills. – 14 Xanax pills. – 8 Diazepam pills. – 3 Alprazolam pills.

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  • # Angelbites: a monroe piercing on each side of the upper lip. # Cyberbites: a medusa paired with a labret. # Spiderbites: two piercings closely placed next to one another on one side of the lower lip. # Snakebites: a lower lip piercing, one on each side of the lip. # Viperbites: two piercings placed together on one side of the lower lip. (Are the same thing as spiderbites) # Sharkbites: 4 lower lip piercings, 2 piercings placed together on each side of the lip. # Dolphinbites: 3 lower lip piercings, 2 on each side in a spiderbite and one separate madonna on the other side. # Caninebites: 4 lip piercings, 2 on top and 2 on bottom, Snakebites + Angelbites # Predatorbites: 3 lip piercings, 1 on top and 2 on bottom, Medusa + Snakebites
  • WE ARE told that Omega-3 is good for our health but a researcher has found it has another effect – boosting the impact of cannabis in those who use it.
  • How smart do you want your smart phone to actually be? Do you want it to read your mind, even a little bit?
  • More recent accounts of drugging by detainees include charges by Abdul Aziz Naji, who was forcibly repatriated to Algeria from Guantanamo July 2010. Naji told an Algerian newspaper that detainees at Guantanamo were forced “to take some medicines for three months to drive them crazy, loosing [sic] memory and committing suicide.” According to an important exposé by Scott Horton at Harpers last winter, at least one of the three Guantanamo prisoners that DoD claimed committed suicide in 2006 had needle marks on both of his arms. According to Horton, the Obama administration has refused to open an investigation into these mysterious deaths, which allegedly took place at a previously unreported black site at Guantanamo, known informally as Camp No.
  • The new reports of rogue employee demonstrate that Google is not immune to the ages-old problem of the corrupt insider, even as it gathers more sensitive data about Americans than most government agencies possess. In the case of one 15-year-old boy Barksdale met through a technology group in Seattle, Washington, he allegedly tapped into the boy’s Google Voice call logs after the boy refused to tell him the name of his new girlfriend. Barksdale then reportedly taunted the boy with threats to call the girl. Barksdale also allegedly accessed contact lists and chat transcripts of account holders and, after one teen blocked him from his Gtalk buddy list, reversed the block. A source told Gawker that Barksdale’s intent didn’t appear to be to prey on minors for sexual purposes, but simply to goad them and impress them with his level of access and power.
  • An Upson County couple is suing a grocery store chain in federal court, claiming that the husband found a used tampon in his bowl of cereal. According to the complaint, Thomas and Lynn Roddenberry said they bought a box of Chocolate Chip Crunch cereal from the Save-A-Lot store in Thomaston in October 2008. A day after buying the cereal, Thomas Roddenberry said he discovered the tampon in his bowl after taking a bite of the cereal.
    Thanks Patrick Nybakken.
  • “This is crack cocaine,” Bush solemnly announced, holding up a plastic bag filled with a white chunky substance in his Sept. 5 speech on drug policy. It was “seized a few days ago in a park across the street from the White House . . . . It could easily have been heroin or PCP.” But obtaining the crack was no easy feat. To match the words crafted by the speech-writers, Drug Enforcement Administration agents lured a suspected District drug dealer to Lafayette Park four days before the speech so they could make what appears to have been the agency’s first undercover crack buy in a park better known for its location across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House than for illegal drug activity, according to officials familiar with the case. In fact, when first contacted by an undercover DEA agent posing as a drug buyer, the teenage suspect seemed baffled by the agent’s request. “Where the fuck is the White House?” he replied in a conversation that was secretly tape-recorded by the DEA.
  • The local sheriff’s office had established the signs as a “ruse” to direct motorists to exit off the highway after viewing the warning of the upcoming DUI/Narcotics checkpoint. In fact, there was no checkpoint further down I-40. Instead, the sheriff set up a checkpoint at the end of the ramp of the first exit available to motorists after the posted signs, an exit not frequently used since no services were offered at the exit. Isn’t that some bullshit?
  • Research reveals that, on average, having a new romantic partner pushes out two close friends from your inner circle

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