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2012-09-12 03:31:21 AM
That is still better than being bored, amirite?

/maybe not
 
2012-09-12 07:24:43 AM
I toked a dobie and hit a stobie.

/Mate.
 
2012-09-12 07:38:11 AM
They are marketed similar to LSD.

Because LSD commercials are so prevalent.
 
2012-09-12 08:06:27 AM
Paranoia, fear and confusion; good times!
 
2012-09-12 08:07:57 AM
Quick Lou, go shut down another marijuana dispensary, we wouldn't want people getting a hold of dangerous illegal drugs.
 
2012-09-12 08:08:20 AM

Deep Contact: Paranoia, fear and confusion; good times!


they never tell you about the fun parts.
 
2012-09-12 08:13:12 AM
v.cdn.cad-comic.com
 
2012-09-12 08:21:35 AM

SkunkWerks: [v.cdn.cad-comic.com image 625x413]


People still read that?
 
2012-09-12 08:23:11 AM
content9.flixster.com
 
2012-09-12 08:23:30 AM

BeesNuts: SkunkWerks: [v.cdn.cad-comic.com image 625x413]

People still read that?


Apparently.
 
2012-09-12 08:30:19 AM
Who let the South Australian submit a headline about power poles?

/Heh. Pole.
 
2012-09-12 08:30:53 AM

SkunkWerks: BeesNuts: SkunkWerks: [v.cdn.cad-comic.com image 625x413]

People still read that?

Apparently.


The gag-a-day stuff is still entertaining. Storylines - not so much.
 
2012-09-12 08:34:25 AM

Eps05: SkunkWerks: BeesNuts: SkunkWerks: [v.cdn.cad-comic.com image 625x413]

People still read that?

Apparently.

The gag-a-day stuff is still entertaining. Storylines - not so much.


I tend to remember very certain ones, like this one. Heck, I could cut out the first panel and it'd be just as amusing to me.

Plus the guy who makes it lives in my state- keeps up with local gaming conventions and such. But yeah, I agree, the huge meta-storylines aren't really of much interest to me.

Needs more Chef Brian, IMO.
 
2012-09-12 08:37:22 AM
nerdapproved.com
 
2012-09-12 08:47:43 AM

SkunkWerks: Eps05: SkunkWerks: BeesNuts: SkunkWerks: [v.cdn.cad-comic.com image 625x413]

People still read that?

Apparently.

The gag-a-day stuff is still entertaining. Storylines - not so much.

I tend to remember very certain ones, like this one. Heck, I could cut out the first panel and it'd be just as amusing to me.

Plus the guy who makes it lives in my state- keeps up with local gaming conventions and such. But yeah, I agree, the huge meta-storylines aren't really of much interest to me.

Needs more Chef Brian, IMO.


Back when Krahulik wasn't the artist he is today, it was nice to see well drawn video game comics... but PA just plain ... won... I thought. The guy keeps up with local gaming conventions? PA runs an international gaming convention that rivals E3. And when Holkins and Krahulik talk about their kids and family I don't want to stab them in the face.

"If you want to find out exactly how you've failed your child as a parent... take them to Disney World."
 
2012-09-12 08:54:58 AM
FTA: "Drug Investigation Branch Acting Detective Superintendent Derryn Phillips"

how much extra does this guy get charged when they print his business cards?
 
2012-09-12 08:56:41 AM
 
2012-09-12 08:58:33 AM
Stobie poles???

Who the hell was this "Stobie" fellow anyway?
 
2012-09-12 09:01:01 AM

jpschwan: FTA: "Drug Investigation Branch Acting Detective Superintendent Derryn Phillips"

how much extra does this guy get charged when they print his business cards?


The old "add another word to his title in lieu of a raise" trick
 
2012-09-12 09:02:27 AM
"Stobie polls"? I didn't click on the link because I assumed it was just going to be written in Austrian:

"A local jackaroo chooked the grizzle at the stickybeak and strined some fair dinkum, only to give it a burl and hooroo into some yobbos, three barbies, a bludger of shielas, and a stobie poll."
 
2012-09-12 09:17:54 AM

BeesNuts: The guy keeps up with local gaming conventions? PA runs an international gaming convention that rivals E3.


I think you may be missing a point here. He lives in my state. Ergo, 'local conventions' means "things I don't need to go on a road trip to see".

That said, I don't read Penny Arcade much either. Wasn't aware there was a contest between the two, and, well, kinda don't give a load of dingo's kidneys if there were.

I wonder if people ever took Garfield vs. Mother Goose and Grimm this seriously?
 
2012-09-12 09:20:12 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: "A local jackaroo chooked the grizzle at the stickybeak and strined some fair dinkum, only to give it a burl and hooroo into some yobbos, three barbies, a bludger of shielas, and a stobie poll."


My new goal for the day is to work that into a conversation. Preferably during a meeting.
 
2012-09-12 09:29:15 AM

SkunkWerks: BeesNuts: The guy keeps up with local gaming conventions? PA runs an international gaming convention that rivals E3.

I think you may be missing a point here. He lives in my state. Ergo, 'local conventions' means "things I don't need to go on a road trip to see".

That said, I don't read Penny Arcade much either. Wasn't aware there was a contest between the two, and, well, kinda don't give a load of dingo's kidneys if there were.

I wonder if people ever took Garfield vs. Mother Goose and Grimm this seriously?


You watch yo mouth with that talk, Mother Goose will go gangsta that cat!
 
2012-09-12 09:34:22 AM
"Go away. 'Batin'!"
 
2012-09-12 09:48:45 AM
NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).
 
2012-09-12 09:51:26 AM

stonicus: ...claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks...


Are you certain he was high?
 
2012-09-12 10:39:09 AM
a.abcnews.com

"I am on a drug. It's called Charlie Sheen. It's not available because if you try it you will die. Your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded body."
 
2012-09-12 10:43:39 AM

stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).


What if he's right?
 
2012-09-12 11:24:37 AM

Deep Contact: Paranoia, fear and confusion; good times!


The tea party?
 
2012-09-12 11:27:40 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: "Stobie polls"? I didn't click on the link because I assumed it was just going to be written in Austrian:

"A local jackaroo chooked the grizzle at the stickybeak and strined some fair dinkum, only to give it a burl and hooroo into some yobbos, three barbies, a bludger of shielas, and a stobie poll."


Where did you get your certification? That's almost as inscrutable ebonics.
 
2012-09-12 11:36:51 AM

snocone: stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).

What if he's right?


I gave him the benefit of the doubt, since he is my best friend... I stayed at his house one night. He had lost it. He actually thought that when he walked into the living room, the people were then moving into the kitchen, and that somehow 5 people were walking around inside his house (2 bedroom, 1 bath) and somehow were constantly hiding behind the couch, or jumping out the window to go back around to come in the front door... it freaked me the fark out. It's the equivalent of someone thinking there is someone standing right behind them, and when they turn around to look, the person has moved with them and are constantly out of his line of sight.
 
2012-09-12 11:47:46 AM

stonicus: snocone: stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).

What if he's right?

I gave him the benefit of the doubt, since he is my best friend... I stayed at his house one night. He had lost it. He actually thought that when he walked into the living room, the people were then moving into the kitchen, and that somehow 5 people were walking around inside his house (2 bedroom, 1 bath) and somehow were constantly hiding behind the couch, or jumping out the window to go back around to come in the front door... it freaked me the fark out. It's the equivalent of someone thinking there is someone standing right behind them, and when they turn around to look, the person has moved with them and are constantly out of his line of sight.


Sounds like he's got a ninja infestation to me. He should call an exterminator.
 
2012-09-12 12:21:17 PM
This is why shrooms should be legal. The only way to die from overdosing on shrooms is if Pinky, the flying pink elephant, catches you. Everyone knows this.
 
2012-09-12 12:32:32 PM

Tachypnea: stonicus: snocone: stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).

What if he's right?

I gave him the benefit of the doubt, since he is my best friend... I stayed at his house one night. He had lost it. He actually thought that when he walked into the living room, the people were then moving into the kitchen, and that somehow 5 people were walking around inside his house (2 bedroom, 1 bath) and somehow were constantly hiding behind the couch, or jumping out the window to go back around to come in the front door... it freaked me the fark out. It's the equivalent of someone thinking there is someone standing right behind them, and when they turn around to look, the person has moved with them and are constantly out of his line of sight.

Sounds like he's got a ninja infestation to me. He should call an exterminator.


He's still insisting people were there... this happened a few months ago. Not sure now if he is still convinced, or he is trying to convince himself it really happened because he's either embarassed or refusing to admit he lost it. Also, not sure if he is really coming back to reality, or just learning what to not say to people so they leave him alone.
 
2012-09-12 12:45:16 PM
amazingdata.com
 
2012-09-12 12:49:37 PM
I've tried 25I-NBOME, because I'll try almost anything once. I found it pleasant and rather mild. I think the problem is dosage; it's ED50 is extremely low, almost in the LSD range, and it's basically impossible to know how much one blotter actually contains. Perhaps someone might get a relatively weak batch, where it takes 4 hits to get much of an effect, then they get a much stronger batch and still take 4 hits and start walking into posts and such.
 
2012-09-12 01:03:57 PM

malaktaus: I've tried 25I-NBOME, because I'll try almost anything once. I found it pleasant and rather mild. I think the problem is dosage; it's ED50 is extremely low, almost in the LSD range, and it's basically impossible to know how much one blotter actually contains. Perhaps someone might get a relatively weak batch, where it takes 4 hits to get much of an effect, then they get a much stronger batch and still take 4 hits and start walking into posts and such.


There's also the issues of HPPCD-Complexed versus uncomplexed blotter (aiding in more efficient bioavailability/absoprtion when taken buccally or sublingually). Also the user's general susceptibility It may take an experienced tripper a good 750mcg or more of LSD to get a decent experience, so they presume a full 2mg of 25i-NBOMe is what they're in need of based on trip reports.... though they forget that ergotamines do not share cross tolerance with phenethylamines. I've seen psychonauts pop a couple too many 2C-E on their first go and be (rather unforgivingly) humbled by the overwhelming experience. Always research first, kiddies. Also re the MiPT user above; fark synthetic tryptamines. Eat a mushroom or smoke some DMT.
 
2012-09-12 02:28:05 PM

awalkingecho: smoke some DMT.


Oh yes. I remember that the whole universe was swirling colours (in little boxes, blue at the top of my vision, red at the bottom) except for the ashtray which was the only thing that was black and white. It was very profound.
 
2012-09-12 04:19:45 PM

stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).


Interesting. I've taken Foxy a few times and didn't have this reaction to it. Granted, I didn't take it for two weeks straight either, as that would just be stupid.

That being said, if this stuff is anything like 2CB, it's probably pretty badass. Too much of the 2C compounds can be incredibly overwhelming. I found the come-up on 2C-E to be incredibly weird and intense.
 
2012-09-12 09:05:51 PM
I wonder what would happen if they legalised the well researched drugs like LSD, MDMA and mushrooms?
 
2012-09-12 10:31:17 PM

MasterPython: I wonder what would happen if they legalised the well researched drugs like LSD, MDMA and mushrooms?

Imagine the news:
"Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Heres Tom with the Weather."
 
2012-09-12 10:46:04 PM
At least the Chinese don't grow pot for export. We'd all have to quit. Why would anyone in their right mind ingest ANYTHING from China.
 
2012-09-13 08:39:05 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: "Stobie polls"? I didn't click on the link because I assumed it was just going to be written in Austrian:

"A local jackaroo chooked the grizzle at the stickybeak and strined some fair dinkum, only to give it a burl and hooroo into some yobbos, three barbies, a bludger of shielas, and a stobie poll."


If you weren't already farkied for Psychic Farts (for some reason?)...
 
2012-09-13 04:03:42 PM

stonicus: Tachypnea: stonicus: snocone: stonicus: NOT CSB: Research chemicals suck... my friend started taking 5-Meo-Mipt (methoxy methylisopropyltryptamine). About 2 weeks later, he was boarding up his windows at 5am, nailing his attic shut... called the cops, claimed he had finally caught the people sneaking around in his house and hanging out on his roof for the last few weeks, and had them trapped in his attic... a week after he got out of the mental institution, he still insists people were there and is still trying to prove it to this day (spending $1000's on infrared cameras and such he has hidden in his yard).

What if he's right?

I gave him the benefit of the doubt, since he is my best friend... I stayed at his house one night. He had lost it. He actually thought that when he walked into the living room, the people were then moving into the kitchen, and that somehow 5 people were walking around inside his house (2 bedroom, 1 bath) and somehow were constantly hiding behind the couch, or jumping out the window to go back around to come in the front door... it freaked me the fark out. It's the equivalent of someone thinking there is someone standing right behind them, and when they turn around to look, the person has moved with them and are constantly out of his line of sight.

Sounds like he's got a ninja infestation to me. He should call an exterminator.

He's still insisting people were there... this happened a few months ago. Not sure now if he is still convinced, or he is trying to convince himself it really happened because he's either embarassed or refusing to admit he lost it. Also, not sure if he is really coming back to reality, or just learning what to not say to people so they leave him alone.


I my career, I frequently got involved in many and various "standout behavior situations" by people, usually armed, trained, dangerous, disiplined people. Not the types to just ignor or discount.
Wierd chit out there, brother, wierd.
 
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