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(WMBF Myrtle Beach)   Father of the year candidate spends time with his son by smoking synthetic marijuana from a potato bong while undressed in a hot car   (wmbfnews.com) divider line 23
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2014-07-16 02:14:19 PM
And the Hot Car Superfecta continues...
 
2014-07-16 03:40:12 PM
And yet people complain if you don't spend any time with your kids.
 
2014-07-16 05:54:28 PM
I'm super impresed that a potato can be made into a bong. A pipe sure... but a bong? Nice work McGyver smoker.
 
2014-07-16 05:54:58 PM
Bonding!
 
2014-07-16 05:59:23 PM
I call that a baked potato
 
2014-07-16 05:59:47 PM
That picture is great, Dad!
 
2014-07-16 05:59:53 PM
Once Smith was removed from the vehicle, officers observed Smith with his shorts zipper down,claiming that he was teaching the one-year-old boy how to urinate, according to the police report.

What is this I don't even
 
2014-07-16 06:00:18 PM
So the potato held water to filter the smoke?

Or is "bong" used interchangeably now for any pot smoking device?
 
2014-07-16 06:00:28 PM
He was teaching his son to urinate. In the car? Nah, I'm not buying it.
 
2014-07-16 06:09:40 PM
Good thing he got caught. SMOKE THE REAL THING, PEOPLE! Synthetic 'marijuana' is riskier than most 'street' drugs, apparently
 
2014-07-16 06:12:02 PM
The kid's nickname will always be Spud.
 
2014-07-16 06:12:22 PM
Synthetic Marijuana...

So, sometimes a child is just a child and sometimes it's a snack?
 
2014-07-16 06:15:53 PM
IT'S NOT SYNTHETIC IT IS FAKE. BIG DIFFERENCE.
 
2014-07-16 06:22:52 PM
Not sure if smoking fake weed out of an impromptu potato bong is illegal, MacGyver, but at very least it shows a shocking lack of good taste. What type of kid are you trying to raise? You're raising an idiot that's gonna prefer margarine to real butter.
 
2014-07-16 06:34:54 PM
I wanted to make a stoner counting to potato joke, but because of an earlier thread, I just can't.
 
2014-07-16 06:39:19 PM
Bong does mean water pipe, but subby probably doesn't know that.  Also, the phrase "potato bong" sounds much funnier than "potato pipe".

The lesson here is to get a granny smith apple.  Gives a much better flavor than the potato.  Also, if it's round and you have a drinking glass and a piece of paper, you can make a pretty good bubbler.

Oh, and don't smoke fake weed, or call fake weed "synthetic marijuana".  I don't know what's in it, but it will probably kill you.
 
2014-07-16 06:49:14 PM
I only smoke real weed, and keep the windows down and the car moving so the kids don't get high.
 
2014-07-16 06:49:50 PM

KaneTheMediocre: Bong does mean water pipe, but subby probably doesn't know that. Also, the phrase "potato bong" sounds much funnier than "potato pipe".


I am so dissapointed now.
 
2014-07-16 07:27:58 PM
I'll go ahead and pitch in; D9-THC is a partial agonist of the THC receptor in humans, meaning that although you can truly large amounts of the chemical, it can only affect the receptors up to a certain amount. If you like, think of the receptors as being parking spots at a Sonic Drive through. D9-THC is like a full parking lot, nicely arranged with a car at every port.

The synthetics that were discovered in the late 1990's (IIRC) are FULL agonists of the THC receptor in humans. There is no upper limit to how much they can affect you. It's like if the Sonic Drive through, formerly neatly arrange with one car per port, now has tens (or hundreds) of people standing around the order posts, all shouting their orders at the same time.

It's no exaggeration; some of these compounds are 2000x stronger than D9-THC on a weight for weight basis AND have no upper limit of action. SWIM described it as "induced temporary amnesia and psychologically extreme paranoia". The other problem is that there are literally dozens of popular compounds that can have this effect, all with different psycho-pharmacodynamics and kinetics.  They can enter and leave the system in different ways, and have different effects at different dosages.

Finally, and worst, they are all relatively inexpensive to synthesize; manufacturers have incentive to put as much as they can on their product leading to some gross overdoses of an already potent substance. In some cases, three puffs of these compounds can send you to ER - not because you're going to die, but because you THINK you're going to die. It's paranoia, like that.

In short, that stuff is for the educated alone, and it's playing with fire. Partial agonists are safer across the board, whether we're talking about SSRI's, Benzodiazepines, Bupenepherine, Modafinil, etc. They are a class of chemicals that have built in safety limits, and you should prefer them, when available.

Thanks for reading.
 
2014-07-16 07:40:38 PM

sobriquet by any other name: I'll go ahead and pitch in; D9-THC is a partial agonist of the THC receptor in humans, meaning that although you can truly large amounts of the chemical, it can only affect the receptors up to a certain amount. If you like, think of the receptors as being parking spots at a Sonic Drive through. D9-THC is like a full parking lot, nicely arranged with a car at every port.

The synthetics that were discovered in the late 1990's (IIRC) are FULL agonists of the THC receptor in humans. There is no upper limit to how much they can affect you. It's like if the Sonic Drive through, formerly neatly arrange with one car per port, now has tens (or hundreds) of people standing around the order posts, all shouting their orders at the same time.

It's no exaggeration; some of these compounds are 2000x stronger than D9-THC on a weight for weight basis AND have no upper limit of action. SWIM described it as "induced temporary amnesia and psychologically extreme paranoia". The other problem is that there are literally dozens of popular compounds that can have this effect, all with different psycho-pharmacodynamics and kinetics.  They can enter and leave the system in different ways, and have different effects at different dosages.

Finally, and worst, they are all relatively inexpensive to synthesize; manufacturers have incentive to put as much as they can on their product leading to some gross overdoses of an already potent substance. In some cases, three puffs of these compounds can send you to ER - not because you're going to die, but because you THINK you're going to die. It's paranoia, like that.

In short, that stuff is for the educated alone, and it's playing with fire. Partial agonists are safer across the board, whether we're talking about SSRI's, Benzodiazepines, Bupenepherine, Modafinil, etc. They are a class of chemicals that have built in safety limits, and you should prefer them, when available.

Thanks for reading.


it's some nasty ass shiat, dawg

thought I was going to have a stroke from a few puffs and that's after years of chronic meth abuse
 
2014-07-16 07:51:57 PM

fusillade762: Once Smith was removed from the vehicle, officers observed Smith with his shorts zipper down,claiming that he was teaching the one-year-old boy how to urinate, according to the police report.

What is this I don't even


Article doesn't say one year-old was his son. I think this story may degrade even further.
 
2014-07-16 08:12:21 PM

Sybarite: And yet people complain if you don't spend any time with your kids.


this
 
2014-07-16 08:26:43 PM
IT'S NOT MARIJUANA! IT'S shiat SPRAYED ON SOME LEAVES!
 
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