PCP Weekly

This is where we get wet.
johndarnielle:

and is moreover the only companion I neeeeeeeeeeeed

johndarnielle:

and is moreover the only companion I neeeeeeeeeeeed

I made a thing - ConferenceCall.biz

weinventyou:

It’s an infinite conference call simulator that’s supposed to be sort of funny but also kind of creepy and surreal.  Make sure you turn your sound on!

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what on earth

what on earth

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yelyahwilliams:

incredible-posts:

Words For Teenagers - 1959

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I hate this thing. Hope this guy got eaten by a band of roaming teenagers who were high on pcp because there was nothing better to do in their shitty town.

yelyahwilliams:

incredible-posts:

Words For Teenagers - 1959

the best pics blog

Last paragraph

I hate this thing. Hope this guy got eaten by a band of roaming teenagers who were high on pcp because there was nothing better to do in their shitty town.

Prince George’s County police on Wednesday evening used a Taser to subdue a naked man who authorities said had just shot his childhood friend in the head in what they called an unprovoked attack brought on by the hallucinogenic drug PCP.

Moments after the shooting, police said at a news conference Thursday, the suspect stripped, climbed atop a fire department hook-and-ladder truck in a supermarket parking lot in Calverton and began shouting profanities, screaming that he was “going to kill everyone.”

The 10-minute rant by Mohamed Sulaiman Bah, 24, and his arrest were captured on video, posted on YouTube and broadcast on television stations.

Police defended the use of the Taser. They said that Bah was violent and that taking him down by other means probably would have injured him and officers.

Police said they could not say why Bah allegedly shot his friend. “PCP is the only true motive we can find for this unprovoked attack,” said Capt. Harold Simms, commander of the northern regional investigation division.

The friend, whom police did not identify, was in critical condition at a trauma center; Simms said it appeared he would survive.

Bah, of Castle Ridge Circle in Silver Spring, was charged with more than a dozen crimes, including attempted first- and second-degree murder, assault, reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and multiple handgun violations. He was ordered held without bail until a June 11 hearing.

Police said in charging documents that Bah and his friend were in a silver Honda driven by another man in the 11900 block of Beltsville Drive, on their way to Silver Spring. The driver, who was not injured, told police that Bah “was acting very strangely in that he was screaming randomly and appeared very agitated.”

About 6 p.m., the driver told police that Bah, who was in the front passenger seat, turned toward the victim, sitting directly behind him. The driver said he heard a single gunshot. Police said the victim was struck once in the forehead between his eyes with a .38-caliber revolver.

At that moment, Bah told his companion, “Keep driving,” the charging documents say.

Police said the driver and Bah jumped from the moving vehicle and ran. The car hit two parked vehicles, and the injured man tumbled to the pavement. Police said that Bah took off his clothes and ran to the Calverton Shopping Center, where he climbed on the firetruck and walked back and forth along the ladder.

After several minutes, Bah can be seen on the video climbing down from the back of the truck. He was immediately Tasered, and he fell to the pavement.

Maj. Mark Parson, commander of the police department’s training division, called the arrest a “textbook use of a Taser.” PCP can cause violent outbursts in which people feel no pain and can exhibit increased strength.

Without the Taser, Parson said, “we would’ve had to go hands-on, and that would not have been pretty.” He added: “There may not have been enough officers on the scene to take this guy… . We would have had to fight this man. Somebody would have gotten hurt.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=iVfE4Jgfqjs

Your Justice Department is continuing to put people in jail, for sale, and use, on occasion, of marijuana. That’s something the American public has finally caught up with. It was a cultural lag. And it’s been an injustice for 40 years in this country to take people’s liberty for something that was similar to alcohol.

Congressman Steve Cohen tears into Attorney General Eric Holder over marijuana. (via think-progress)

Back off DoJ

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I’m not, like, an activist on this question, but hasn’t it sort of got to the point where…like…seriously? I can go down to the liquor store right now and buy enough booze with which to actually destroy myself in one evening. If they sold weed, it would be actually impossible for me to do equivalent damage to myself with what I’d buy there. These are both hypotheticals: I don’t want to drown myself with booze, and as an at-home dad to a toddler I won’t be spending any long days with a vaporizer and the TV any time soon. But the point stands: alcohol is a much harder drug than marijuana. Much. If I’m not super-engaged with the question it’s just because…like…to whom exactly is this not as plain as the nose on your face? Besides which, and much more importantly, there are people with terminal diseases who report that use of marijuana improves their lives. Their anecdotal evidence is the only metric I really need on that question. When “anecdotal evidence” is a sick person telling you “I need this, it would help me,” then it’s actually good evidence, in my opinion.

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This

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uyd4l:

uyd4l:

This would make a dope bumper sticker.
In fact, I’ll add something with this on it to the prize pool ALTHOUGH YOU DONE FELL OFF on the games, boners. Ugh, I love you anyway. I’m not mad, just disappointed. It’s like MamaJah said, 

Anyway, fuck it. Having super fun times together is SO overrated, like six packs. I’ll take no fun and a four pack of Bartles and James, motherfuckers.

Ach, fun times

"grass"

uyd4l:

uyd4l:

This would make a dope bumper sticker.

In fact, I’ll add something with this on it to the prize pool ALTHOUGH YOU DONE FELL OFF on the games, boners. Ugh, I love you anyway. I’m not mad, just disappointed. It’s like MamaJah said, 

image

Anyway, fuck it. Having super fun times together is SO overrated, like six packs. I’ll take no fun and a four pack of Bartles and James, motherfuckers.

Ach, fun times

"grass"

Miscellaneous incident, 41000 block of Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake. Unfounded assault report. Man claimed girlfriend hit him and threw him out. His head hurts, has anxiety. Oops, he’s arrested for being under the influence of PCP.

Miscellaneous incident, 41000 block of Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake. Unfounded assault report. Man claimed girlfriend hit him and threw him out. His head hurts, has anxiety. Oops, he’s arrested for being under the influence of PCP.

Young people have been warned against taking a dangerous cocktail of drugs, which left teens from Croxley Green in hospital, and another in intensive care.
Doctors believe ten people took a hallucinogen known as PCP at parties in Croxley Green and Berkhamsted, as well as another drug, which is similar to Ecstasy.
The police have arrested three people from the Watford area in connection with the incident.
Dr Raj Nagaraj, consultant in public health, said: “PCP comes in liquid, crystal, pill or powder form. It can be smoked, snorted, swallowed or injected, and can cause hallucination.
"The main symptoms in low doses are confusion, anxiety and psychosis. Higher doses can lead to stupor and loss of responsiveness.
"At very high levels these effects may progress to convulsions, coma, and difficulty breathing. We strongly advise people to avoid such drugs."
Users on the internet have reported having violent outbursts, and either self harming or attempting suicide, as other side effects of the drug.
NHS Hertfordshire also believes the people may have taken another, less well-known drug, which was sold to them as Ecstasy.
The pill, known as 2CB or Nexus, looks the same as Ecstasy but can bring on hallucinations and is very unforgiving in terms of dosage. The effect of the drug is felt after about 20 minutes and can last up to six hours.
It brings about a feeling of relaxation, euphoria and an intensification of taste, touch, hearing and smell.
An online account of the effects of the drug, published by users “Gracie and Zarkov” describes some of the darker effects.
It describes “overwhelming feelings of fear, anger, pain, rage, demand, which are strong and clearly felt, but are not well described in words. They are very raw and undirected.
"The gastrointestinal cramps, nausea and unpleasant feelings melted away when focussing on the emotional pain - crying, sobbing, wailing or howling all helped to alleviate the discomfort.
"Focusing on one component of the trip made the others fade away. Physical activity would also relieve the physical and emotional distress, such as dancing, thrashing or crawling around."
The drug stimulates the central nervous system, increasing blood pressure and heart rate, and like Ecstasy can be dangerous to take at a party due to the danger of over-exertion, causing dehydration.
At the end of last year two men died after taking Ecstasy. The exact cause of both deaths will be subjected to investigations by the Hertfordshire’s coroner.
Wills Leighton from Watford died on November 29 and Richard Stevens from Kings Langley died on December 12.
NHS Hertfordshire and the Health Protection Unit have warned people against taking either PCP or 2CB and are “closely monitoring the situation”.
Both are illegal Class A drugs, and carry a seven year prison sentence and unlimited fine for possession.
Dealers caught supplying them could be given a life sentence in jail, and party-holders can even be prosecuted for allowing people to use them.
The police have arrested an 18-year-old man from Watford, a 20-year-old man from Croxley Green and a 20-year-old woman from Leavesden in connection. The three are on bail until June 8.
Detective inspector Paul Doran said: “If you become unwell having taken this please ensure you go to hospital immediately.
"You could be dicing with death or suffer life changing internal injuries."

Young people have been warned against taking a dangerous cocktail of drugs, which left teens from Croxley Green in hospital, and another in intensive care.

Doctors believe ten people took a hallucinogen known as PCP at parties in Croxley Green and Berkhamsted, as well as another drug, which is similar to Ecstasy.

The police have arrested three people from the Watford area in connection with the incident.

Dr Raj Nagaraj, consultant in public health, said: “PCP comes in liquid, crystal, pill or powder form. It can be smoked, snorted, swallowed or injected, and can cause hallucination.

"The main symptoms in low doses are confusion, anxiety and psychosis. Higher doses can lead to stupor and loss of responsiveness.

"At very high levels these effects may progress to convulsions, coma, and difficulty breathing. We strongly advise people to avoid such drugs."

Users on the internet have reported having violent outbursts, and either self harming or attempting suicide, as other side effects of the drug.

NHS Hertfordshire also believes the people may have taken another, less well-known drug, which was sold to them as Ecstasy.

The pill, known as 2CB or Nexus, looks the same as Ecstasy but can bring on hallucinations and is very unforgiving in terms of dosage. The effect of the drug is felt after about 20 minutes and can last up to six hours.

It brings about a feeling of relaxation, euphoria and an intensification of taste, touch, hearing and smell.

An online account of the effects of the drug, published by users “Gracie and Zarkov” describes some of the darker effects.

It describes “overwhelming feelings of fear, anger, pain, rage, demand, which are strong and clearly felt, but are not well described in words. They are very raw and undirected.

"The gastrointestinal cramps, nausea and unpleasant feelings melted away when focussing on the emotional pain - crying, sobbing, wailing or howling all helped to alleviate the discomfort.

"Focusing on one component of the trip made the others fade away. Physical activity would also relieve the physical and emotional distress, such as dancing, thrashing or crawling around."

The drug stimulates the central nervous system, increasing blood pressure and heart rate, and like Ecstasy can be dangerous to take at a party due to the danger of over-exertion, causing dehydration.

At the end of last year two men died after taking Ecstasy. The exact cause of both deaths will be subjected to investigations by the Hertfordshire’s coroner.

Wills Leighton from Watford died on November 29 and Richard Stevens from Kings Langley died on December 12.

NHS Hertfordshire and the Health Protection Unit have warned people against taking either PCP or 2CB and are “closely monitoring the situation”.

Both are illegal Class A drugs, and carry a seven year prison sentence and unlimited fine for possession.

Dealers caught supplying them could be given a life sentence in jail, and party-holders can even be prosecuted for allowing people to use them.

The police have arrested an 18-year-old man from Watford, a 20-year-old man from Croxley Green and a 20-year-old woman from Leavesden in connection. The three are on bail until June 8.

Detective inspector Paul Doran said: “If you become unwell having taken this please ensure you go to hospital immediately.

"You could be dicing with death or suffer life changing internal injuries."