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(Fox 17 Grand Rapids)   Be careful where you do drugs. Especially if it's an LSD trip, because sometimes you'll believe that it's okay to take off all your clothes and wander into people's homes. And some people are armed and not in the mood for your shiat   (fox17online.com) divider line 142
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2013-10-14 12:41:36 PM  

SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: 

Wow, so some dumb kid takes too much acid and that rates a death sentence.

Harsh.


No, it is easy to arm chair/ Monday morning quarterback... all after the fact, and from the comfort of your home/ basement/ cubie...

You come into my house by breaking and entering a door/ etc. Then you will get three  9mm hellos...

Uninvited druggies high on whatever can/ will/ might/ do grievous bodily harm up to and including killing someone I hold near and dear to my heart!  The whole reason behind "Castle Law"/ Stand you ground/ Father protecting their children/ spouse/ 2nd Amendment Right to Self Defense...
 
2013-10-14 12:41:36 PM  

SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Wow, so some dumb kid takes too much acid and that rates a death sentence.

Harsh.


It's got nothing to do with what anyone deserves. It's a simple matter of cause and effect. You break into someone's house and wander naked into their bedroom; odds are that you're gonna get shot. You put yourself in a situation where your actions appear threatening and are well over the line for where you're owed any benefit of the doubt from the homeowner.

It would play out the same way if someone on an acid trip decided to dance in the freeway or make love to a bear.

Those aren't crimes that most people would say deserve to be punished by becoming a hood ornament on a Kenworth or grizzly scat, but the universe doesn't really care about such notions of justice.
 
2013-10-14 12:43:43 PM  

Treygreen13: Lady Indica: The guy posturing saying he'd have killed someone in a situation where clearly and obviously that is not only NOT the right choice, it's not even close to a necessary choice...you are the type of person who shouldn't have any guns.

And until we can reliably screen for the Dipshiat McGees of the world....tougher gun laws are the way to go.

I do agree with this. Using the gun should be a last resort. You shouldn't wake up and just start firing. My only comment on it is that I'm not exactly jumping up and down to defend the rights of people who are naked after breaking and entering.


No one is. No one is arguing that the naked druggie was in any way, shape or form a victim of anything other than his own farking stupidity. He's lucky he wasn't shot. If he had been shot, it would have been completely his own fault. It is entirely possible, and logical, that another human being in that exact same situation would have assessed the problem differently and shot the guy...and been entirely within their moral and legal rights to do so.

But it wasn't necessary.

People with the appropriate training are better at assessing such situations and acting appropriately.

Appropriate training at a bare min. is qualifying quarterly at a range with a trained armsmaster/rangemaster. That is the bare min. we accept for law enforcement (at least to my knowledge).

Why we would accept anything less in a world chock full of Dipshiat McGees is beyond me. It's not that we'd all be crying because someone did something terminally stupid while on drugs, it's that people who think they're entitled to murder someone simply because they're on your turf should not have guns. You are not a responsible person. If you clearly cannot make sound decisions in reflection, in the cool of things...you are certainly not going to be more responsible in any way during the heat of a moment.
 
2013-10-14 12:44:07 PM  

Dimensio: I, too, am disgusted by the attitude that home invaders should not always enjoy the benefit of the doubt before action is taken against them


The kid is only 19 years old and for all you know somebody drugged him at a party or something.

Also, ANYONE (invader or not) should get the benefit of the doubt before you decide to end their life as judge, jury, en executioner.

Lastly, even if he was a burglar or something that is not a capital offense. Until you have REASONABLE belief that the person is a threat you can not shoot them legally or morally.

I know you are probably trolling, but many asshats actually think this way.
 
2013-10-14 12:45:46 PM  

Lady Indica: But it wasn't necessary.


Necessary isn't a requirement. Reasonable is.

Is it reasonable to assume a man who enters your house, in the dark of night, naked and armed, has malice aforethought?
 
2013-10-14 12:46:43 PM  
I never experienced such disorientation while on anything to lead me to wander into a strangers house, let alone while naked. But yes, people are different, and respond differently to certain substances. At that point its still a personal choice. You take an obscene amount of this drug, or take it under dangerous circumstances (lack of food/sleep, drug mixing, known selfhistory of outrageous behavior), but figure eff it cause wooo being wasted is fun! Ive had drunken/high/whatever people wander in my house before and I didnt feel the urge to shoot them, only told them that they found the wrong house and they wander away. But I wouldnt really blame someone for shooting, nor would I feel bad for the "dumb kid" who knowingly altered his mind in a dangerous way.
 
2013-10-14 12:47:31 PM  

lilplatinum: I've taken a lot of acid in my youth and never stumbled into the wrong house..  Methinks there were more at play here, or this kid just might not be cut out for chief fry cook.

I normally don't defend gun toting hillbillies, but in this case the guy found some farked up naked dude in his house and held him at gunpoint till the po-po came.. can't really fault him there..


Acid amplifies what a person already has going in their mind. Not all that different from booze, really.

This kid should be kissing their feet for not shooting him. Maybe he took 3 hits, but that's like drinking three bottles of vodak. Still his damn fault.
 
2013-10-14 12:47:41 PM  

SpectroBoy: Lastly, even if he was a burglar or something that is not a capital offense. Until you have REASONABLE belief that the person is a threat you can not shoot them legally or morally.


You're not winning this argument, even in jurisdictions with duty to retreat.

With the element of surprise, armed, and in the bedroom is about as immediate as a threat can get.
 
2013-10-14 12:48:24 PM  

Swampmaster: No, it is easy to arm chair/ Monday morning quarterback... all after the fact, and from the comfort of your home/ basement/ cubie...


Interesting that the homeowner in the article was able to do the right thing in EXACTLY the situation described.

Maybe he is jus that much cooler and smarter than you.
 
2013-10-14 12:48:54 PM  

Lady Indica: It is entirely possible, and logical, that another human being in that exact same situation would have assessed the problem differently and shot the guy...and been entirely within their moral and legal rights to do so.


SpectroBoy: Lastly, even if he was a burglar or something that is not a capital offense. Until you have REASONABLE belief that the person is a threat you can not shoot them legally or morally.


You see, we have differing opinions here.

I'm more along the lines of what Lady Indica believes because it's impossible to know what the naked felon on LSD in your house intends. What is "threatening enough" to warrant shooting the guy? Nobody can say unless they are in that situation, and nobody from outside the situation can judge what was threatening enough.

The best way to make sure you don't get your trial shortened to 3 shots in your naked drugged out chest is to not take LSD and then break into a house.
 
2013-10-14 12:49:09 PM  

Lady Indica: it's that people who think they're entitled to murder someone simply because they're on your turf should not have guns


Murder is a legal term, and if the state has a castle law it is definitionally not murder to kill someone who breaks into your property.
 
2013-10-14 12:49:09 PM  

vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.


Then maybe you should have closed your door on your home before you went to bed, dumbass - Police Officer
 
2013-10-14 12:49:59 PM  

SpectroBoy: Dimensio: I, too, am disgusted by the attitude that home invaders should not always enjoy the benefit of the doubt before action is taken against them

The kid is only 19 years old and for all you know somebody drugged him at a party or something.

Also, ANYONE (invader or not) should get the benefit of the doubt before you decide to end their life as judge, jury, en executioner.

Lastly, even if he was a burglar or something that is not a capital offense. Until you have REASONABLE belief that the person is a threat you can not shoot them legally or morally.

I know you are probably trolling, but many asshats actually think this way.


I agree with you. Home residents must recognize that a protected right exists for others to invade their homes, and that using deadly force against a home invader is a violation of that protected right. As all home residents are able to infallibly and instantaneously determine the specific intent of an intruder, no excuse exists for using deadly force in such a situation.
 
2013-10-14 12:51:07 PM  

SpectroBoy: Lastly, even if he was a burglar or something that is not a capital offense. Until you have REASONABLE belief that the person is a threat you can not shoot them legally or morally.


Most people (and the law in most US jurisdictions) consider that breaking into someone's occupied home (especially at night) is prima facie evidence of threatening behavior.

I won't argue that a homeowner should just start shooting without further assessing the threat, but legally speaking it's hard to fault them if they do.

Of course, any righteous defensive shooting isn't about executing someone for their crimes either - it's about stopping the threat someone presents. It's either idiotic or disingenuous to claim otherwise.
 
2013-10-14 12:51:57 PM  

Ready-set: Acid amplifies what a person already has going in their mind. Not all that different from booze, really.


It is immensly different from booze.  Your frame of mind while on acid certainly determines how the trip will go, but it doesn't just make you completely unaware of your surroundings like booze can.

I could imagine being so drunk I try to go into a rando's house and pass out in a bed, not just on acid though.
 
2013-10-14 12:52:21 PM  

Alphakronik: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Then maybe you should have closed your door on your home before you went to bed, dumbass - Police Officer


Didn't feel like reading the article? Just too busy kneejerking for that I guess?
 
2013-10-14 12:52:28 PM  

lilplatinum: Lady Indica: it's that people who think they're entitled to murder someone simply because they're on your turf should not have guns

Murder is a legal term, and if the state has a castle law it is definitionally not murder to kill someone who breaks into your property.


That was in reference to a previous poster who stated he would have killed the guy despite knowing he was unarmed and not a threat, simply for being in/breaking into his home. That even knowing the facts after the fact...would kill that person. Shooting them with that knowledge is murder. It's like shooting someone, then walking over and putting another three into their head while they're prone on the ground unconscious. Murder.

That is NOT in reference to the guy being lucky he wasn't shot, or any culpability on the actual homeowner's part. That homeowner is clearly a responsible gun owner. Dipshiat McGees in this thread posturing are the ones who are not. Etc. see earlier posts.
 
2013-10-14 12:53:04 PM  

Alphakronik: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

Then maybe you should have closed your door on your home before you went to bed, dumbass - Police Officer


To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.
 
2013-10-14 12:53:51 PM  

Lady Indica: lilplatinum: Lady Indica: it's that people who think they're entitled to murder someone simply because they're on your turf should not have guns

Murder is a legal term, and if the state has a castle law it is definitionally not murder to kill someone who breaks into your property.

That was in reference to a previous poster who stated he would have killed the guy despite knowing he was unarmed and not a threat, simply for being in/breaking into his home. That even knowing the facts after the fact...would kill that person. Shooting them with that knowledge is murder. It's like shooting someone, then walking over and putting another three into their head while they're prone on the ground unconscious. Murder.

That is NOT in reference to the guy being lucky he wasn't shot, or any culpability on the actual homeowner's part. That homeowner is clearly a responsible gun owner. Dipshiat McGees in this thread posturing are the ones who are not. Etc. see earlier posts.


Yeah my bad, I realized what you were saying after I replied.
 
2013-10-14 12:57:31 PM  

SpectroBoy: [wjbk.images.worldnow.com image 640x360]

hahahahahahahaha


He looks like, "Dave's not here!", material.
 
2013-10-14 01:00:37 PM  
If you break into my house, it is not my responsibility to determine that you don't pose a threat beyond the property damage you've already caused. Maybe you're tripping balls, maybe you want to kill my baby. Am I supposed to have a home invader questionnaire to determine which it is?
 
2013-10-14 01:01:09 PM  

croesius: First rule of tripping: GET A TRIPSITTER. You need a good head around to make sure this shiate doesn't happen


^THIS^

/excellent advice
 
2013-10-14 01:01:44 PM  

SpectroBoy: To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.


So he had a deadly weapon.
He's dead to me.
 
2013-10-14 01:03:11 PM  

vudukungfu: SpectroBoy: To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.

So he had a deadly weapon.
He's dead to me.


Well keep in mind that saying you wouldn't hesitate to kill a naked intruder holding a knife means that you're an internet toughguy murderer according to this thread so far.
 
2013-10-14 01:06:22 PM  

lilplatinum: Yeah my bad, I realized what you were saying after I replied.


No worries, done that plenty myself.

Also the pic of the suspect was pretty much as I imagined.
 
2013-10-14 01:06:49 PM  

vudukungfu: SpectroBoy: To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.

So he had a deadly weapon.
He's dead to me.


You have made your lack of regard for human life abundantly clear.
 
2013-10-14 01:07:04 PM  
Just a random thought,,,
If people had access to clean,relatively safe intoxicants, the dirty, radical chit would not sell.

But, ya'll do go on trying to profit from this human trait.
 
2013-10-14 01:07:32 PM  
Seems to me that the people coming in here to wag their dicks about how they would have killed someone might have a desire to just kill someone. And we let people like this have guns?
 
2013-10-14 01:09:19 PM  

snocone: Just a random thought,,,
If people had access to clean,relatively safe intoxicants, the dirty, radical chit would not sell.


That is a pretty random thought.

I'm sure you being able to buy some weed would have changed this scenario.
 
2013-10-14 01:10:42 PM  

Lady Indica: Appropriate training at a bare min. is qualifying quarterly at a range with a trained armsmaster/rangemaster. That is the bare min. we accept for law enforcement (at least to my knowledge).


www.reactionface.info

Even if law enforcement qualified quarterly (and they don't, outside of maybe the Secret Service), the average "Dipshiat McGee" is going to spend far, far more time at a range.

/you have an extremely naive and misinformed idea of what law enforcement range qualifications entail
 
2013-10-14 01:11:47 PM  
Why didn't he just fly away when the homeowner discovered him?
Sounds like some weak punk-brew acid if he can't fly out the window.
 
2013-10-14 01:13:18 PM  

Treygreen13: vudukungfu: SpectroBoy: To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.

So he had a deadly weapon.
He's dead to me.

Well keep in mind that saying you wouldn't hesitate to kill a naked intruder holding a knife means that you're an internet toughguy murderer according to this thread so far.


And it also means we need more gun control, because if you would kill an armed, naked home invader in the dead of night, standing over your bed, you shouldn't have a gun.  It also means you have a small penis and are probably racist.
 
2013-10-14 01:14:16 PM  

Fark It: Lady Indica: Appropriate training at a bare min. is qualifying quarterly at a range with a trained armsmaster/rangemaster. That is the bare min. we accept for law enforcement (at least to my knowledge).

[www.reactionface.info image 374x250]

Even if law enforcement qualified quarterly (and they don't, outside of maybe the Secret Service), the average "Dipshiat McGee" is going to spend far, far more time at a range.

/you have an extremely naive and misinformed idea of what law enforcement range qualifications entail


I was married to someone in law enforcement for over 15 years. His agency had to qualify quarterly, as did friends of ours who worked for various local forces. Hence my "at least to my knowledge", that is what it is based on.

I'm pretty sure my idea of law enforcement is neither naive or misinformed. :D

/prefers Glock
 
2013-10-14 01:15:27 PM  
My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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2013-10-14 01:16:01 PM  

Treygreen13: Well keep in mind that saying you wouldn't hesitate to kill a naked intruder holding a knife means that you're an internet toughguy murderer according to this thread so far.


OF COURSE.
However, when they have their very own naked intruders, they may feel free to play touchy feely amateur psychologist and try to talk them down. People have been macheted to death by strangers in their own bedrooms.
 
2013-10-14 01:16:30 PM  
LSD is to drugs as Al-Qaeda is to foreign nationals.
 
2013-10-14 01:19:05 PM  
Well, no one should die for kicking a lion in the dick, either, but that's just not the world we live in.
 
2013-10-14 01:20:23 PM  

ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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That story was either ficitonal or said kid wasn't particularly mentally stable to begin with.
 
2013-10-14 01:20:32 PM  

Lady Indica: I was married to someone in law enforcement for over 15 years.


I'm so sorry.

His agency had to qualify quarterly, as did friends of ours who worked for various local forces. Hence my "at least to my knowledge", that is what it is based on.

Did they actually "qualify" quarterly or did they just train quarterly for their yearly qualification?

/I bet you think that police range qualifications are meant to ensure proficiency, and not ensure that everyone passes
 
2013-10-14 01:23:30 PM  

Treygreen13: snocone: Just a random thought,,,
If people had access to clean,relatively safe intoxicants, the dirty, radical chit would not sell.

That is a pretty random thought.

I'm sure you being able to buy some weed would have changed this scenario.


And I am pretty sure your paradigm of "buy" is just what the Nannys ordered, Sluggo.
 
2013-10-14 01:23:44 PM  

vudukungfu: SpectroBoy: To be fair, the article said the tripping kid cut the window screen and broke in.

So he had a deadly weapon.
He's dead to me.


maybe you should have almost rape your wife and then shot him, then you could say "see what happens to biatches who do not put ouy!"

Seriously, cut my screen standing over me naked, will get you the baseball bat behind the bedside table, if I cannot get to the 38 first.

/obscure?


i635.photobucket.com
 
2013-10-14 01:24:11 PM  
At the very least, this dumbass easily could have earned himself a beatdown with a table lamp, or worse, castration by rottweiler. If this is the kind of stupid crap he pulls when he's high, he'd better clean up and quit for good. His survival odds are pretty low if he does anything like this again.
 
2013-10-14 01:25:51 PM  

duffblue: LSD hasn't been around for years, what you can find is usually 2c-whatever. Ran out of precursors after that 55 gal drum was gone.


I read that in Walter White's voice.
 
2013-10-14 01:26:32 PM  
Honestly, if you find yourself naked in our bedroom in the middle of the night you are probably going to wish that I had a gun, because Mr. Naked Man, you just put yourself between my wife and our daughter's room and I'm not man enough to try to save you.
 
2013-10-14 01:26:45 PM  

Mentalpatient87: Seems to me that the people coming in here to wag their dicks about how they would have killed someone might have a desire to just kill someone. And we let people like this have guns?




Makes as much sense as letting yourself be disarmed by people who think its ok for naked strangers to break into your house.

The kid may not be responsible for his actions on drugs, but he is responsible for taking a mind altering substance. That means if he does something irrational (like step in front of a train) or stupid (like startle a sleeping redneck in their bed) as a result, the consequences are only on his head.

I'm not the kind of person who fantasizes about killing or escalating force. Truth be told I want to die an old man and pass my guns down the line, never having fired a shot in anger.
...but if you scare the shiat out of me in the middle of the night, I'm not going to risk my life trying to protect yours from the actions of your unhinged mind.
It may seem cruel but it's unreasonable to expect me to try and understand your life story while you're smashing into my house. Pray that I'm up to the challenge, but there isn't a legal responsibility for me to try.

Whether an attacker is armed or means to harm someone isn't something you'll usually know till after the fact.
 
2013-10-14 01:35:08 PM  

SpectroBoy: vudukungfu: BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG.
Well, officer, I wake up and there is a naked man standing over me and my wife.
I, for one, didn't want to get raped, and my wife's not too keen on sex in general, so I know she wasn't looking to get raped, and I'm not waiting to see what he's armed with. Or if he's naked so he can chop us up and shower off after. I'm going to go with he's up to no good, I'm conscious now, and want to remain so.

I am assuming you are pro gun rights.

This kind of talk is WHY other people want to take away guns. You are basically saying that as an armed civilian you would KILL another human because he got too high and did something dumb. The first step to keeping gun rights is probably to stop validating the argument that gun owners are all bloodthirsty nutjob


Ya before you do anything to someone in your house in the middle of the night you should do some type of interview or perhaps you should leave like a questionnaire in every room of the house so you can determine the intent of people who have broken into your home.

Please check the reason for your visit

[  ]  Robbery
[  ] Rape
[  ]  Murder
[  ] All of the above
[  ] On drugs and in the wrong house (including booze)
[  ] Other  _________________________________
 
2013-10-14 01:39:10 PM  

Fark It: Lady Indica: I was married to someone in law enforcement for over 15 years.

I'm so sorry.

His agency had to qualify quarterly, as did friends of ours who worked for various local forces. Hence my "at least to my knowledge", that is what it is based on.

Did they actually "qualify" quarterly or did they just train quarterly for their yearly qualification?

/I bet you think that police range qualifications are meant to ensure proficiency, and not ensure that everyone passes


You're not half as sorry as me ;) though his work had nothing to do with the split. As to your other question, I'm not sure. It might have been quarterly training/yearly qualification.
 
2013-10-14 01:39:43 PM  

Lady Indica: Treygreen13: Lady Indica: The guy posturing saying he'd have killed someone in a situation where clearly and obviously that is not only NOT the right choice, it's not even close to a necessary choice...you are the type of person who shouldn't have any guns.

And until we can reliably screen for the Dipshiat McGees of the world....tougher gun laws are the way to go.

I do agree with this. Using the gun should be a last resort. You shouldn't wake up and just start firing. My only comment on it is that I'm not exactly jumping up and down to defend the rights of people who are naked after breaking and entering.

No one is. No one is arguing that the naked druggie was in any way, shape or form a victim of anything other than his own farking stupidity. He's lucky he wasn't shot. If he had been shot, it would have been completely his own fault. It is entirely possible, and logical, that another human being in that exact same situation would have assessed the problem differently and shot the guy...and been entirely within their moral and legal rights to do so.

But it wasn't necessary.

People with the appropriate training are better at assessing such situations and acting appropriately.

Appropriate training at a bare min. is qualifying quarterly at a range with a trained armsmaster/rangemaster. That is the bare min. we accept for law enforcement (at least to my knowledge).

Why we would accept anything less in a world chock full of Dipshiat McGees is beyond me. It's not that we'd all be crying because someone did something terminally stupid while on drugs, it's that people who think they're entitled to murder someone simply because they're on your turf should not have guns. You are not a responsible person. If you clearly cannot make sound decisions in reflection, in the cool of things...you are certainly not going to be more responsible in any way during the heat of a moment.


Try once a year, less than fifty rounds.


/just requalified Saturday
 
2013-10-14 01:40:33 PM  

lilplatinum: ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
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That story was either ficitonal or said kid wasn't particularly mentally stable to begin with.


That's one of the urban legends around it. I heard that story when I was 15. I doubt we travel in the same circles.
 
2013-10-14 01:40:48 PM  

ferretman: My friend told me a story of an incident that happened at a party he went to in college. A kid 'dosed' himself with liquid LSD in his eyes....a little bit later someone asked him for some orange juice....the kid thought he turned into a glass of orange juice and was screaming at people not to spill him...got so bad that an ambulance was called to take the kid away...and the kid never recovered.

/never did LSD....not really interested/too scared.
[starreviews.files.wordpress.com image 560x450]


That's an urban myth, a really, really old one. People used to say it about Syd Barret.
 
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