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(Orlando Sentinel)   Florida: Where the worldwide zombie epidemic broke out   (thesent.nl) divider line 44
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2013-12-02 10:02:40 AM
Where else would it start?
 
2013-12-02 10:03:45 AM
It happened several decades ago but nobody noticed
 
2013-12-02 10:07:47 AM
It was just like a year ago when I was at the liquor store and some guy asked if I wanted some spice. I was like wtf is Spice? Like in Dune? The clerk helped me figure it all out and I learned something new.

Then I went home and smoked regular pot like a sane person.
 
2013-12-02 10:10:30 AM
Well, It is full of Haitians.
 
2013-12-02 10:11:56 AM
Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.

Which is why I'm glad Washington and Colorado have legalized marijuana. Putting this relatively harmless drug on the legal market makes synthetic garbage like K2 as unappetizing as Drano.
 
2013-12-02 10:16:23 AM
F*cking figures...
 
2013-12-02 10:18:50 AM

ko_kyi: Where else would it start?


How can they tell?

www.freecodesource.com

Attention, shoppers....brrraaaaaiiiinnnnsssss!
 
2013-12-02 10:20:13 AM
Saying bath salts is making people crazy and eating people is a huge myth. It isnt true in the slightest.

/study it out
 
2013-12-02 10:20:13 AM
AverageAmericanGuy
Having never taken an illicit drug in my life...


That would make you a not very average American guy.
 
2013-12-02 10:20:46 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.


Ha, it's easier to buy weed at 3 AM than a beer.
 
2013-12-02 10:22:52 AM

ko_kyi: Where else would it start?


Texas.
 
2013-12-02 10:23:12 AM
I'm disappointed that it's not in fact the real deal.
 
2013-12-02 10:23:35 AM

Confabulat: AverageAmericanGuy: Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.

Ha, it's easier to buy weed at 3 AM than a beer.


depends on where you live...  i come from the land of 24 hour bars, and 24 hour convenience stores that sell liquor (one of the benefits of a catholic state, as opposed to a protestant state)
 
2013-12-02 10:24:47 AM
Weren't the Texas Farkers just whining again about wanting their own FARK tag?

/FLORIDA tag beckons to wannabe states with finger tips:  That all you got?
 
2013-12-02 10:26:03 AM
www.windsorexpress.co.uk

Don't worry. They're not the fast moving kind of zombies.
 
2013-12-02 10:26:08 AM

Valiente: ko_kyi: Where else would it start?

How can they tell?

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Attention, shoppers....brrraaaaaiiiinnnnsssss!


You should have fueled the plane and left the airport before it was overrun.
 
2013-12-02 10:32:37 AM

pute kisses like a man: Confabulat: AverageAmericanGuy: Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.

Ha, it's easier to buy weed at 3 AM than a beer.

depends on where you live...  i come from the land of 24 hour bars, and 24 hour convenience stores that sell liquor (one of the benefits of a catholic state, as opposed to a protestant state)


There's very few places like that in the USA that I know of. Vegas and my hometown are the only two I can think of right now.
 
2013-12-02 10:40:14 AM
Fortify the Florida/Georgia and Florida/Alabama borders and wait it out. Becomes a self-correcting problem.

Just...let me get out of here first, OK?
 
2013-12-02 10:43:53 AM

abfalter: Fortify the Florida/Georgia and Florida/Alabama borders and wait it out. Becomes a self-correcting problem.

Just...let me get out of here first, OK?


You could try making a break for Fort Sumter, if only as a holdout while you get your supplies together.
 
2013-12-02 10:45:58 AM

pute kisses like a man: Confabulat: AverageAmericanGuy: Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.

Ha, it's easier to buy weed at 3 AM than a beer.

depends on where you live...  i come from the land of 24 hour bars, and 24 hour convenience stores that sell liquor (one of the benefits of a catholic state, as opposed to a protestant state)


Louisiana is great...
 
2013-12-02 10:46:44 AM

Madbassist1: Saying bath salts is making people crazy and eating people is a huge myth. It isnt true in the slightest.

/study it out


Came to say this. The guy had not used bath salts, the alleged connection to bath salts was the complete invention of Armando Aguilar, a cop trying to demonize a legal but dangerous substance.

While there was marijuana in Rudy Eugene's system, the thing he had most recently done prior to the attack was attend a bible study. So there's more of a connection between Christianity and cannibalism than bath salts.
 
2013-12-02 10:56:54 AM
Inside View has the scoop of course.

/not obscure
 
2013-12-02 11:08:41 AM

NOLA_farkette: pute kisses like a man: Confabulat: AverageAmericanGuy: Having never taken an illicit drug in my life, I think I can understand the desire to get high but not want to deal with the rigamarole of dealing in the black market for them, not to mention risking running afoul of the law.

Ha, it's easier to buy weed at 3 AM than a beer.

depends on where you live...  i come from the land of 24 hour bars, and 24 hour convenience stores that sell liquor (one of the benefits of a catholic state, as opposed to a protestant state)

Louisiana is great...


Louisiana IS great. When I was underage growing up in the Panhandle, I was quite delighted to discover they weren't too interested in enforcing Reagan's new 21-and-over bullshiat law.
 
2013-12-02 11:11:34 AM

freakingmoron: AverageAmericanGuy
Having never taken an illicit drug in my life...


That would make you a not very average American guy.


^  I was just going to say this   ^
 
2013-12-02 11:25:06 AM
FTA: Bath salts - synthetic drugs made of substances perceived to mimic the effects of cocaine, LSD or methamphetamine - are illegal in Florida.


Anyone who can lump all those things into the same bucket has no credibility when asked "what does this drug do?"

This is clearly a direct result of drug prohibition. Chemists and herbalists will continue to churn out a slightly different offering every time any one of these is outlawed.
 
2013-12-02 11:27:03 AM
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Shaka: When the walls fell
 
2013-12-02 11:27:38 AM
Oh look, more scare stories about that dangerous new drug that YOUR kids may be doing. While bathsalts are bad, I suspect that this story is dripping with hyperbole.
On an unrelated topic, I think Florida would benefit from a zombie apocalypse. Actually, humanity at large would benefit.
 
2013-12-02 11:29:29 AM
If synthetics are consistently more dangerous than good ol' fashioned pot, opiates and hallucinogenics, it stands ot reason that people would not use them if the good ol' fashioneds weren't illegal.
 
2013-12-02 11:41:31 AM
In 2011, Florida's poison centers received 655 reports related to bath salts and synthetic marijuana across the state. After the drugs were banned by state law, the number of cases dropped to 468 in 2012.

But look We passed laws, and there was a 29% decline in reported incidents!  Were winning the WOsD!


/can Florida have cookie now?
 
2013-12-02 12:13:25 PM
 Another glowing success in the war on drugs. Stronger, weirder, and more dangerous drugs.
But instead of going after the problem we're still attacking the symptoms.
 
2013-12-02 12:13:34 PM
I am surprised that we havent had a zombie shooting yet.

OMG! Their coming right for me!!!
 
2013-12-02 12:17:53 PM

HypnozombieX: Another glowing success in the war on drugs. Stronger, weirder, and more dangerous drugs.
But instead of going after the problem we're still attacking the symptoms.


The problem is that we are trying to criminalize consensual crimes.
Legalize all drugs (fine, not PCP).

Hell, we dont even need to change the laws about things like DUI. They already include driving under the influence of drugs.

TADA
We solve so many problems legalizing drugs
1) save money by eliminating the DEA
2) save money by freeing everyone who is in jail or prison for possession or intent to sell without a weapon
3) make the world a safer place for our children and ourselves
4) the list goes on and on
 
2013-12-02 12:20:18 PM
I can't help but wonder.

Would people be intent on using these substances as recreational drugs if pot were legal?
 
2013-12-02 12:27:57 PM

meat0918: I can't help but wonder.

Would people be intent on using these substances as recreational drugs if pot were legal?


POT and LSD
Because some of the people using this crap are chasing different dreams.

But in the end, WHY the fark would you pick random designer drug #1, when you could pick pot, LSD or X legally?

I go to the store to buy Vodka not some shady questionable moonshine with hints of wood alcohol.
The regulations alone make things a bit safer.

Not that alcohol or tobacco currently have contents labeling laws.
 
2013-12-02 12:28:56 PM
FTFA:
inside the west Orange County home, a 17-year-old had wrapped herself in a vacuum cord so tightly that she couldn't move. She was convulsing, and her eyes were rolled back in her head.
Seventeen-year-old Krystopher Sansone was unconscious on the floor.
Photos: Shocking celebrity deaths

Another teen was standing in the living room in a semiconscious state, sweating profusely, and seemed to have "great strength" when deputies restrained him.

On the porch, a teenage girl was sitting on a swing, unable to talk to deputies.

All five were hospitalized, three in critical condition. Krystopher later died.

A few hours earlier, the teens had snorted so-called bath salts off a $10 bill.



Bath salts - synthetic drugs made of substances perceived to mimic the effects of cocaine,LSD or Meth..........

Where the fark are these people getting their LSD Coke or Meth that has these kinds of effects?  These are the same farktard reporters and cops that cant tell the difference between PCP and Pot.

fark this country, just fark it right in the ass.
 
2013-12-02 12:37:27 PM
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2013-12-02 12:40:58 PM

namatad: meat0918: I can't help but wonder.

Would people be intent on using these substances as recreational drugs if pot were legal?

POT and LSD
Because some of the people using this crap are chasing different dreams.

But in the end, WHY the fark would you pick random designer drug #1, when you could pick pot, LSD or X legally?

I go to the store to buy Vodka not some shady questionable moonshine with hints of wood alcohol.
The regulations alone make things a bit safer.

Not that alcohol or tobacco currently have contents labeling laws.


Thought as much.

I'm a permit so you can control type of guy.  Seems like there are less negatives if you regulate it than if you just ban it.
 
2013-12-02 12:46:03 PM
Meh, caveat emptor.
 
2013-12-02 01:09:53 PM
Soy Sauce.
 
2013-12-02 01:13:34 PM
It's new era of drug makers 'treating our kids like guinea pigs'

Gee you wouldn't think a Drugloard would be so evil.
 
2013-12-02 01:21:34 PM

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He ran out of mana?
 
2013-12-02 01:50:38 PM

orclover: FTFA:
inside the west Orange County home, a 17-year-old had wrapped herself in a vacuum cord so tightly that she couldn't move. She was convulsing, and her eyes were rolled back in her head.
Seventeen-year-old Krystopher Sansone was unconscious on the floor.
Photos: Shocking celebrity deaths

Another teen was standing in the living room in a semiconscious state, sweating profusely, and seemed to have "great strength" when deputies restrained him.

On the porch, a teenage girl was sitting on a swing, unable to talk to deputies.

All five were hospitalized, three in critical condition. Krystopher later died.

A few hours earlier, the teens had snorted so-called bath salts off a $10 bill.


Bath salts - synthetic drugs made of substances perceived to mimic the effects of cocaine,LSD or Meth..........

Where the fark are these people getting their LSD Coke or Meth that has these kinds of effects?  These are the same farktard reporters and cops that cant tell the difference between PCP and Pot.

fark this country, just fark it right in the ass.


It's the users who can't tell the difference. Both the cops and reporters seems to understand this isn't normal effects for those drugs.
 
2013-12-02 03:56:38 PM
" 'Synthetic drugs are definitely where we see such a tremendous growth and anticipate there to continue to be tremendous growth,' said Danny Banks, the special agent in charge...."

So, you're saying I should invest in these things...?  'K, got an account in Grand Cayman ready, let's do it.
 
2013-12-03 11:37:39 AM
ko_kyi  - Where else would it start?
California - the state that's given us Nancy Pelosi in Congress, again and again....
 
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