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(WMUR New Hampshire)   Police warn you probably shouldn't smoke it. "They're out of it. They're just totally out of it. They just like walk around looking into space and looking behind them. Their eyes look different. They don't look like us. They look weird"   (wmur.com) divider line 78
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2014-08-13 11:07:43 AM  
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2014-08-13 11:07:45 AM  

LazyMedia: Whatever happened to huffing paint and gasoline?

bungle_jr: Nabb1: If you smoke potpourri sprayed with a chemical substance that may or may not be a synthetic version of THC to catch a buzz and you die, that's just Mother Nature culling the herd.

yeah, ESPECIALLY since multiple deaths and near-death illnesses have been widely reported. anyone who touches the stuff now is just saying they don't care if they die.

get real weed! it's easy to find, and can be very inexpensive, depending on your region, the quality, the quantity, etc, and not a single death has been directly attributed to it ever.

Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.


no, the key is to talk to your neighbor's teenager/young adult. 99.9% of the time, they'll tell you at least 3 people from whom to purchase, so i've been told

Por que tan serioso: LazyMedia: Whatever happened to huffing paint and gasoline?

bungle_jr: Nabb1: If you smoke potpourri sprayed with a chemical substance that may or may not be a synthetic version of THC to catch a buzz and you die, that's just Mother Nature culling the herd.

yeah, ESPECIALLY since multiple deaths and near-death illnesses have been widely reported. anyone who touches the stuff now is just saying they don't care if they die.

get real weed! it's easy to find, and can be very inexpensive, depending on your region, the quality, the quantity, etc, and not a single death has been directly attributed to it ever.

Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Middle aged white guy/ narc like typing detected. Just ask the neighbor kid. He knows.


see...before i could even press "add comment"
 
2014-08-13 11:07:50 AM  
LazyMedia:
Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Good strategy if you need a rock of crack, but a reputable weed dealer probably looks nothing like you picture.  Proper weed scores take place in homes, not on the streets.  Weed is becoming more and more mainstream every day.

Also, fun fact:  Did you know it actually comes from a plant that can grow virtually anywhere?
 
2014-08-13 11:17:35 AM  

vudukungfu: K-2 One in four who try it, die.

Why do you  think they call it شاہ گوری , anyway/


It was a good season this year so those stats should change a bit.
 
2014-08-13 11:22:03 AM  

nekom: Also, fun fact: Did you know it actually comes from a plant that can grow virtually anywhere?


So does opium.

\and tobacco
\\hell, and ricin
 
2014-08-13 11:29:11 AM  
even in to the early part of this year, many smoke shops advertised it. Then thelaw in NM changed, a few were busted for selling it. I can see it now" this tobacco like substance is coated with pesticide. Light it up!"
/Thanks alot, Palin, Perry,RuPaul, and whoever else.
 
2014-08-13 11:29:39 AM  

nekom: LazyMedia:
Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Good strategy if you need a rock of crack, but a reputable weed dealer probably looks nothing like you picture.  Proper weed scores take place in homes, not on the streets.  Weed is becoming more and more mainstream every day.

Also, fun fact:  Did you know it actually comes from a plant that can grow virtually anywhere?


And that you can sometimes get viable cannabis seeds from imported Canadian birdseed?

www.todayifoundout.com
 
2014-08-13 11:48:09 AM  

Por que tan serioso: LazyMedia: Whatever happened to huffing paint and gasoline?

bungle_jr: Nabb1: If you smoke potpourri sprayed with a chemical substance that may or may not be a synthetic version of THC to catch a buzz and you die, that's just Mother Nature culling the herd.

yeah, ESPECIALLY since multiple deaths and near-death illnesses have been widely reported. anyone who touches the stuff now is just saying they don't care if they die.

get real weed! it's easy to find, and can be very inexpensive, depending on your region, the quality, the quantity, etc, and not a single death has been directly attributed to it ever.

Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Middle aged white guy/ narc like typing detected. Just ask the neighbor kid. He knows.


Bingo on the first description. I guess I could ask my nephew; he got busted for smoking pot in his buddy's driveway awhile back.
 
2014-08-13 11:49:43 AM  

LazyMedia: Por que tan serioso: LazyMedia: Whatever happened to huffing paint and gasoline?

bungle_jr: Nabb1: If you smoke potpourri sprayed with a chemical substance that may or may not be a synthetic version of THC to catch a buzz and you die, that's just Mother Nature culling the herd.

yeah, ESPECIALLY since multiple deaths and near-death illnesses have been widely reported. anyone who touches the stuff now is just saying they don't care if they die.

get real weed! it's easy to find, and can be very inexpensive, depending on your region, the quality, the quantity, etc, and not a single death has been directly attributed to it ever.

Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Middle aged white guy/ narc like typing detected. Just ask the neighbor kid. He knows.

Bingo on the first description. I guess I could ask my nephew; he got busted for smoking pot in his buddy's driveway awhile back.


see, kids are stupid. which is why they're a great source for info about where to purchase.
 
2014-08-13 11:52:04 AM  

Mein Fuhrer I Can Walk: nekom: LazyMedia:
Seriously? I wouldn't have the first idea where to get weed, other than to cruise through a bad neighborhood looking for street dealers. Which seems more dangerous than smoking crap they sell at the 7/11.

Good strategy if you need a rock of crack, but a reputable weed dealer probably looks nothing like you picture.  Proper weed scores take place in homes, not on the streets.  Weed is becoming more and more mainstream every day.

Also, fun fact:  Did you know it actually comes from a plant that can grow virtually anywhere?

And that you can sometimes get viable cannabis seeds from imported Canadian birdseed?

[www.todayifoundout.com image 600x400]


There are also dozens of seed banks that will ship into the US.

Or so I've heard...
 
2014-08-13 12:39:36 PM  
NH must be having a slow news week. I remember hearing about K2/spice being sold in gas stations 4 or 5 years ago in FL. About two years ago, a string of head shops in southeast NH were raided and temporarily shut down because of K2/spice

/"we sell glass sculptures and incense! Promise!
 
2014-08-13 12:40:08 PM  

PreMortem: Police said the product is a mixture of herbs and spices that's sprayed with a synthetic compound similar to THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

Similar, as in the substance looks like marijuana. The effects are nothing like THC. But then again, it's cop drug knowledge.


Herbs and spices, I wonder if they would taste good on chicken. Kolorado Fried Chicken.

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2014-08-13 12:46:10 PM  

Big Beef Burrito: The last time I smoked this stuff things got weird. I passed out, and when I woke up, some crusty desert hobos were worshipping me and made a bible out of my insane ramblings.

Then I went blind and threw a knife a some dude's head using baby vision.

Like I said, weird.


You forgot the part where you covered yourself in mustard and BBQ sauce.

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2014-08-13 01:03:20 PM  

LazyMedia: Whatever happened to huffing paint and gasoline?


In my brother's case, it led to a high-paying job with a defense contractor with a top secret security clearance. But I still wouldn't recommend it.
 
2014-08-13 01:14:57 PM  
this article and the headline would lead me to believe that this was a newsworthy new drug.   this shiat has been going on long enough for the country to recognize that its started a zombie apocalypse, and ban it in most states.  I really was mislead.
 
2014-08-13 01:21:03 PM  

steklo: Big Beef Burrito: The last time I smoked this stuff things got weird. I passed out, and when I woke up, some crusty desert hobos were worshipping me and made a bible out of my insane ramblings.

Then I went blind and threw a knife a some dude's head using baby vision.

Like I said, weird.

You forgot the part where you covered yourself in mustard and BBQ sauce.

[img.fark.net image 400x536]


That sounds like one of the Brian Herbert books.
 
2014-08-13 01:23:09 PM  

PreMortem: Police said the product is a mixture of herbs and spices that's sprayed with a synthetic compound similar to THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

Similar, as in the substance looks like marijuana. The effects are nothing like THC. But then again, it's cop drug knowledge.


Really, they do themselves a HUGE disservice by ever comparing this poison to honest Cannabis.  Even the few cases of this stuff being sold you hear about people have real problems - if Cannabis caused problems like this, the psych wards would have been jammed decades ago!

Synthetic drugs are nothing like Cannabis, kids, and you should wait to use the real thing...cripes, cigarettes are better for you than 'Spice'.
 
2014-08-13 01:26:22 PM  

kling_klang_bed: nekom: PreMortem:
Similar, as in the substance looks like marijuana. The effects are nothing like THC. But then again, it's cop drug knowledge.

Depends on which chemicals it has, from what I've heard.  Some are similar, others are drastically and even dangerously different.  It's a crap shoot.  Random grass clippings sprayed with ???? from China.  Yeah, I'll pass.

Then again, why not just stick with real weed? Cheaper, none of the siezures, heart pops, and debilitating strokes, and it doesn't exactly take a lot of imagination to find some decent herb, especially if you're in the city.


You know, I've never understood you people who say it's "never hard to find". I remember being dry and everyone else I knew being dry. I remember being ripped off when I was young. I remember that the people who offered me drugs were generally the LAST people I trusted. Also, I remember that after cutting my hair and moving, suddenly I had no connections and no idea of where to get them. When you look "straight" people don't tend to offer you drugs in the street.

Spice can be bought in a store. Now that I live in Washington, I can buy cannabis in a store too, but that was not the case for most of my life. Spice has been more readily available for most of that time. I never used it because I'm not that stupid, but I've known where to get it if I wanted it. It's not hard to find. Cannabis is hard to find, unless you run in druggy circles or are in high school.
 
2014-08-13 01:28:44 PM  

BitwiseShift: The biggest hurdle pot has with the government is now what is the strength. The medical marijuana people are trying to come up with a solution that tells the strength (and probably the price).
Until the metrics are solved, cannabis is the Frankstein, too.


The biggest hurdle for the Gov't is MONEY and how to admit that they have been lying to us for 50 years or more.  I don't know why the latter is a problem, they lie to us every day 10 times before they have breakfast, but giving up their favorite drug, their highly addictive DRUG:  MONEY, that's going to be tough, because you know how bottom feeders are about vacuuming the crap off the bottom of the lake...
 
2014-08-13 01:30:53 PM  

adamatari: You know, I've never understood you people who say it's "never hard to find". I remember being dry and everyone else I knew being dry. I remember being ripped off when I was young. I remember that the people who offered me drugs were generally the LAST people I trusted. Also, I remember that after cutting my hair and moving, suddenly I had no connections and no idea of where to get them. When you look "straight" people don't tend to offer you drugs in the street.


Once you become a regular at a bar, for example, ask the bartender - that's what I did last time I needed a hookup.

Took a couple of months before I was accepted enough, but after that?  Whatever I wanted up to and including Horse was being sold in this place.
 
2014-08-13 02:05:35 PM  

adamatari: When you look "straight" people don't tend to offer you drugs in the street.


No, but that's the LAST place to be looking.  I'm not saying street dealers don't exist, they do, or that they don't deal in weed at all, many do.  But buying pot from some guy in an alley is likely to get you a skimpy amount of Mexican brick weed.  I live in the boonies and I know at least 5 places within 10 minute driving distance where I could get it.  But I don't because as a professional adult I can wait until my trusted source can get me some.  The quality is good, he delivers, and I don't mind paying a price that reflects the risk involved.
 
2014-08-13 02:32:27 PM  

BitwiseShift: CJHardin: The main problem now is that every time they outlaw a Spice/K2 variant, the manufacturers tweak to the formula and make a new product with an extra molecule in it.  I'd imagine that by now, all of the smokable incense products are chemical Frankensteins.

If the prohibitionists really cared about users, they would legalize cannabis, a very safe substance, and go after the synthetic market as though they were meth labs.

Booze is either by weight like 3.2 beer or proof, like 152 proof Everclear.

The biggest hurdle pot has with the government is now what is the strength. The medical marijuana people are trying to come up with a solution that tells the strength (and probably the price).
Until the metrics are solved, cannabis is the Frankstein, too.


Well, for one, booze strength is not measured by weight but by volume, as in 3.2 percent alcohol by volume or 6.4 proof.  Everclear is also not sold in 152 proof but 190 proof or 151 proof in the bible belt (I guess Bacardi didn't budge on their proof), or 95% alcohol by volume, 75.5% ABV respectively.

As far a cannabis goes, that's already dealt with, I don't know what "hurdle" you are referencing.  Cannabis is sold by the gram and has a percentage of THC indicated.  For instance, Bubba Kush is usually around 18.5% THC and a whopping 0.27% CBD content.  It usually sells for around  $10-$15 a gram.

Cannabis is not even close to being compared to the "incense" products.  Sure there is some tweaking in the grow rooms, but it involves fertilizers, CO2, and lights, not creating new chemicals.  Cannabis is as much as a Frankenstein as heirloom tomatoes, and just as deadly.
 
2014-08-13 03:13:14 PM  
If you want to buy drugs in any city in the world, go hang around a statue of some sort. Just hang around long enough and somebody will scope you out and eventually approach you.
 
2014-08-13 03:23:53 PM  
I wonder what they are doing about this problem in Washington and Colorado?
 
2014-08-13 03:31:20 PM  

CJHardin: BitwiseShift: CJHardin: The main problem now is that every time they outlaw a Spice/K2 variant, the manufacturers tweak to the formula and make a new product with an extra molecule in it.  I'd imagine that by now, all of the smokable incense products are chemical Frankensteins.

If the prohibitionists really cared about users, they would legalize cannabis, a very safe substance, and go after the synthetic market as though they were meth labs.

Booze is either by weight like 3.2 beer or proof, like 152 proof Everclear.

The biggest hurdle pot has with the government is now what is the strength. The medical marijuana people are trying to come up with a solution that tells the strength (and probably the price).
Until the metrics are solved, cannabis is the Frankstein, too.

Well, for one, booze strength is not measured by weight but by volume, as in 3.2 percent alcohol by volume or 6.4 proof.  Everclear is also not sold in 152 proof but 190 proof or 151 proof in the bible belt (I guess Bacardi didn't budge on their proof), or 95% alcohol by volume, 75.5% ABV respectively.

As far a cannabis goes, that's already dealt with, I don't know what "hurdle" you are referencing.  Cannabis is sold by the gram and has a percentage of THC indicated.  For instance, Bubba Kush is usually around 18.5% THC and a whopping 0.27% CBD content.  It usually sells for around  $10-$15 a gram.

Cannabis is not even close to being compared to the "incense" products.  Sure there is some tweaking in the grow rooms, but it involves fertilizers, CO2, and lights, not creating new chemicals.  Cannabis is as much as a Frankenstein as heirloom tomatoes, and just as deadly.


$10 - $15 for a gram? maybe we need to retire to asheville!
around here we typically pay about $20 for a g.
of course, we only get a g when we are low on cash. when we can afford 1/8 or more, it starts to become MUCH cheaper per volume...as in 1/8 for $40 to $45...1/4 for $65 - $80
 
2014-08-13 04:10:36 PM  

FullMetalPanda: Spices?

Were their eyes glowing blue?


FTFA: "Their eyes look different. They don't look like us. They look weird," said Paul St. Onge of Manchester.
 
2014-08-13 04:13:12 PM  

PreMortem: Police said the product is a mixture of herbs and spices that's sprayed with a synthetic compound similar to THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

Similar, as in the substance looks like marijuana. The effects are nothing like THC. But then again, it's cop drug knowledge.


They would have a lot more credibility if they had ever had any credibility to begin with.
 
2014-08-14 01:29:43 PM  
The Spice Must Flow!  Shai-Halud!
 
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