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(The Atlantic Wire)   The US Navy may have just made the "Reefer Madness" of the "bath salts" craze\epidemic (warning: scary imagery and dubstep music)   (theatlanticwire.com) divider line 116
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2013-01-03 07:24:33 PM
Um... maybe it's the bath salts talking but the vid I got was just about treating injured vets.

:-/
 
2013-01-03 07:30:33 PM

here to help: Um... maybe it's the bath salts talking but the vid I got was just about treating injured vets.

:-/


Had the same thing happen to me, go to the channels uploaded videos and you'll be able to find it there.
 
2013-01-03 07:40:13 PM
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2013-01-03 07:46:07 PM

envirovore: here to help: Um... maybe it's the bath salts talking but the vid I got was just about treating injured vets.

:-/

Had the same thing happen to me, go to the channels uploaded videos and you'll be able to find it there.


I ended up watching 30 seconds and then said WTF? Everyone was smiling, what's this got to do with bathsalts? Then I realised...

/I don't like bathsalts because they make me smell funny when I get out of the bath.
 
2013-01-03 07:50:10 PM

dudicon: The only thing they found in the system of the face eating guy was marijuana


You realize testing for a drug in someone's system has to be specific right? Finding a designer drug of an unknown type is like looking for a needle in a haystack and you don't know what a needle looks like.
 
2013-01-03 07:50:57 PM

ITGreen: Headline: "The Navy's Anti-Bath Salts Video Is Even More Ridiculous Than You'd Think"

Reality: The video is a lot less ridiculous than you'd think, if you've seen past Navy general military training videos.  Think of corporate training videos, without the threat of losing one's job over lack of talent.


THIS!

"The heatstroke monster" was obviously made by Navy personnel that were on bath salts....
 
2013-01-03 08:30:55 PM
Never mind the fact that the real drug menace that's affecting the live of countless vets are legal prescription pills. And alcohol.

It's really damn distressing to see vets doped out of their minds on massive dosages of farking addictive painkillers, benzodiazepines and anti-psychotics. Add PTSD into the mix and it's one hell of a lethal cocktail.

PBS: Frontline The Wounded Platoon
 
2013-01-03 08:35:12 PM

The Irresponsible Captain: People know what some of the drugs in the cocktail do, and it can cause permanent damage.
I would hope professors at a university would know what they're talking about.



Yet somehow not as bad as krokodil.
I strongly advise against GISing it's effects.
 
2013-01-03 08:48:46 PM
1. Ok, I don't know one dang thing about any recreational drugs, but I do know about crappy films. Used to run a movie room for a small sci-fi convention. Demon Hunters had better cinematography and much better demon makeup. Oh, and the gratuitous Navy chicks in low-cut uniforms? Classic low-budget soft pr0n used in pretty much everything on Syfy. This thing needs to be posted to the Found Footage website. It might even win an award.

2. Never mind the dude on the gurney. What was the medic smoking? Did anybody here look at his eyes? Kept rolling them toward the ceiling. He also had trouble choosing his words. Stoner. Kinda reminded me of the time I watched my housemates trip on acid. I would NOT want to be treated by that guy.
 
2013-01-03 10:22:25 PM

MorePeasPlease: Has anyone here had to sit through the mandatory carrier deck mishap snuff compilation back in the day?

RIGHT NOW!  (great soundtrack)


this one? http://archive.org/details/CarrierLandingMishaps
 
2013-01-03 11:24:11 PM

isabps: ITGreen: Headline: "The Navy's Anti-Bath Salts Video Is Even More Ridiculous Than You'd Think"

Reality: The video is a lot less ridiculous than you'd think, if you've seen past Navy general military training videos.  Think of corporate training videos, without the threat of losing one's job over lack of talent.

THIS!

"The heatstroke monster" was obviously made by Navy personnel that were on bath salts....


The Anthrax ninja's in USFK were epic!
 
2013-01-03 11:53:51 PM

Gothnet: Isildur: Er... except marijuana doesn't, y'know, have an apparent ability to cause people to EAT PEOPLE'S FACES?

Pretty sure that turned out not to be bath salts, in fact the internet thinks that Only Marijuana Found In Face-Eater Toxicology Tests, so actually maybe marijuana does do that.


Except, from that article you linked....
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The statement did not address previously reported autopsy findings of what appeared to be undigested pills in Eugene's stomach, and an expert told the Associate Press marijuana alone was not likely to cause such an attack:
"The problem today is that there is an almost an infinite number of chemical substances out there that can trigger unusual behavior," said Dr. Bruce Goldberger, Professor and Director of Toxicology at the University of Florida.

Goldberger said that the medical examiner's office in Miami is known for doing thorough work and that he's confident they and the independent lab covered as much ground as possible. But it's nearly impossible for toxicology testing to keep pace with new formulations of synthetic drugs.

"...The challenge today for the toxicology lab is to stay on top of these new chemicals and develop methodologies for them, but it's very difficult and very expensive." Goldberger said. "There is no one test or combination of tests that can detect every possible substance out there."

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Also, that wasn't the only case:

Example 1: chunk of neighbor's face bitten off
Example 2: Guy growled at cops, yelled that he wanted to eat them (don't start) and snapped at them until they could get a bite mask on him. (Granted, in this case the guy also tested positive for cannabis, alcohol, and Xanax.)
 
2013-01-04 01:02:45 AM
That was the worst anti bath salts video I've ever seen. First of all, they completely failed to mention bath salts. Secondly, the video wasn't anti-anything. Fail.
 
2013-01-04 03:10:09 AM

2chris2: That was the worst anti bath salts video I've ever seen. First of all, they completely failed to mention bath salts. Secondly, the video wasn't anti-anything. Fail.


The image above the paragraph was a still frame capture. The actual video was a bit further down.
 
2013-01-04 03:34:59 AM

Isildur: 2chris2: That was the worst anti bath salts video I've ever seen. First of all, they completely failed to mention bath salts. Secondly, the video wasn't anti-anything. Fail.

The image above the paragraph was a still frame capture. The actual video was a bit further down.


I suggest you go back and watch the video again.
 
2013-01-04 06:45:30 AM

PiffMan420: Never mind the fact that the real drug menace that's affecting the live of countless vets are legal prescription pills. And alcohol.

It's really damn distressing to see vets doped out of their minds on massive dosages of farking addictive painkillers, benzodiazepines and anti-psychotics. Add PTSD into the mix and it's one hell of a lethal cocktail.

PBS: Frontline The Wounded Platoon


I know a few guys who spend more than a little bit of time at the local VA Hospital picking up obscenely large prescriptions for all kinds of interesting stuff.

/There's a vet we're trying to get some help for.
 
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