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Are ‘WhipperSnappers’ too Whipped to survive doing the stupid stuff we did?

May 27, 2015

All right, sure, we need some young people taking STEM too but the nerds autistic enough to handle that vocation are maybe 5%. The rest of these students need to turn on, tune in, and drop out. There are no job opportunities for genderqueer bloggers who want “full communism.” Society needs them about as much as they need toddlers trained in MMA and baseball players who can quote Kierkegaard

Don ‘Juan’ Draper – Mad about Women

April 30, 2015

Cigarettes and Alcohol: The real Gateway Drugs

April 24, 2015

Is marijuana a ‘gateway drug’, luring users into a cycle of dependency on ever-more dangerous substances? That’s one theory, but a look at data on actual drug use tells a different story.

The annual US federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration survey maps the drug habits of around 70,000 randomly-selected Americans, to draw a picture of the ways in which drug use changes.

Advocacy group Treatment4Addiction analysed this year’s data and created an interactive that traces how users switch from one drug to another.


April 4, 2015

TRASHY MOVIE SATURDAY NIGHT – ‘Mad Max’ – ‘The Road Warrior’ – ‘Big Trouble In Little China’ – ‘Escape From New York’

West Virginia is Number One

April 1, 2015

West Virginians are most likely to report near-daily use of drugs or medications that alter their mood or help them relax, followed by residents of Rhode Island. Southern states make up six of the top 10 highest drug use states, while Alaskans, Wyomingites and Californians are least likely to say they use such drugs almost every day.

2/3 chance looking cool will cost a high price

March 1, 2015

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Bruce Jenner in deadly car crash

February 8, 2015

This is the moment Bruce Jenner’s Cadillac Escalade crashed into the back of another vehicle in a four-car smash which left one woman, believed to be a neighbour of the Kardashian family, dead.

Jenner, 65, miraculously walked away unscathed from the deadly crash on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, Los Angeles, but seven others were injured.

The identities of those involved in the horror crash have not yet been confirmed but MailOnline can exclusively reveal that the woman who died is believed to be 69-year-old Kim Howe. She has not yet been formally identified, but has been named locally.

Ms Howe, a widow, is believed to be neighbours with the Kardashians and lives in the same Calabasas hideaway as Kourtney, Robert and Khloe Kardashian, which is guarded by security at the road entrance.

Photographs show the moment her car was rear-ended by Jenner’s black Cadillac Escalade, which was towing a dune buggy at the time of the crash.

Investigators are now trying to determine the cause and circumstances surrounding the crash and plan to look at the mobile phone records of all four drivers and check for any video evidence, Sheriff Commander Michael Parker said.

Their investigations will determine if Jenner, or any of the other three drivers involved in the collision, were texting or on their mobile phones at the time of the collision.

But there is no evidence he was being chased by photographers, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lt. John Lecrivain.

1st U. S. MaryJane Weed vending machine premiere

February 2, 2015

Colorado became the first US state to legalise marijuana, and now it looks as though Washington have followed suit, in full force. To commemorate such a momentous occasion, they are set to launch a weed vending machine in Seattle next Tuesday.

It works just like a normal vending machine that you’d find anywhere in the UK, except it doesn’t hold Walkers’ Salt & Vinegar crisps and Mars Bars, but numerous marijuana-based products instead.

Tired of cigarette breath? Butt Smoking is the answer

November 11, 2014

When someone is “blowing smoke up your arse” today, it is a figure of speech that means that one person is complimenting another, insincerely most of the time, in order to inflate the ego of the individual being flattered.

Back in the late 1700s, however, doctors literally blew smoke up people’s rectums. Believe it or not, it was a general mainstream medical procedure used to, among many other things, resuscitate people who were otherwise presumed dead. In fact, it was such a commonly used resuscitation method for drowning victims particularly, that the equipment used in this procedure was hung alongside certain major waterways, such as along the River Thames (equipment courtesy of the Royal Humane Society). People frequenting waterways were expected to know the location of this equipment similar to modern times concerning the location of defibrillators.

Smoke was blown up the rectum by inserting a tube. This tube was connected to a fumigator and a bellows which when compressed forced smoke into the rectum. Sometimes a more direct route to the lungs was taken by forcing the smoke into the nose and mouth, but most physicians felt the rectal method was more effective. The nicotine in the tobacco was thought to stimulate the heart to beat stronger and faster, thus encouraging respiration. The smoke was also thought to warm the victim and dry out the person’s insides, removing excessive moisture.

4 year old Ardi Rizal has quit smoking cancer sticks

June 24, 2014

Taking a deep drag on his

cigarette while resting on the

steering wheel of his truck,

he looks like a parody of a

middle-aged lorry driver.

But the image covers up a

much more disturbing truth:

At just the tender age of two,

Ardi Rizal‘s health has been so

ruined by his 40-a-day habit

that he now struggles to

move by himself.