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63 results for 'drugs'

Who Do You Trust?

By DKIdea, published on May 12, 2014

... have no regard for them.

I take my health very seriously…so why would I trust a company, any company with the primary goal to make money, with my personal well being? I wonder how many people really ask themselves this very same question, especially when I see so many on prescription drugs trusting that a pharmaceutical company really cares about them instead of their own profits.

I’ve always been an advocate of taking your health into your own hands and being diligent in discovering what’s best for you. Now I see commercials advocating the exact opposite and... (more)

Tags: health, drugs, trust, politicians, corporations, fda, pharmacy, human interest, sheep, gmo

Drug Abuse Counseling: How to Get High

By Ely North, published on Feb 24, 2013

Dear Ely,

I want to get high, but I can’t find any drugs. I’m an accountant, and during tax season work is so stressful that I need to get high to relieve the tension. I don’t have any friends who are into drugs, and if I approach my co-workers looking for a source I could get myself fired. Last week I went over to the shady side of town to try to buy some crack or whatever from a street dealer, but I didn’t know what I was doing and I got arrested. The cops let me off with just a warning and laughingly told me that people like me shouldn’t be buying drugs on the street.... (more)

Tags: humor, drugs, funny, advice, drug abuse

Narco Faith

By D. Sager, published on Feb 10, 2013

“You don't look fake when you unconsciously pretend.” - Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

The pill went down easy. Within minutes I felt the effects crawl over my soul. My desire assuaged, the direction became clear. Get more of this drug, get more, get more. Addiction's voice is haunting and nagging, worse than an old wife on the rag. In my gut, I feel a recurring emptiness and my mind is filled with noisy clutter. They dance in an unsettled pattern that revolves around like the moon, the gravity of seriousness holding both of them close. I filled my bottle... (more)

Tags: spiritual, moon, drugs, faith, wife, prescription, restless, bottle, my ancestor was an astronaut, narcotics, pills, rag, seeking, toba beta, ua, urine analysis

So far from God; so close to the United States

By Anastasia , published on Jan 17, 2013

...Oh, not some distant conflict, not Afghanistan. No, the war you must be concerned about – surely you must? – is the war on your southern border. Yes, it’s the war in Mexico, that unacknowledged Vietnam.

The war on terror (what a disaster that has been) is bad enough; the war on drugs has been even worse. It’s the sheer savagery of the Mexican conflict that disgusts me, the mutilations and the murderous sadism. Do you know how many people have died in the drugs war? The official estimate to date is 50,000 but those who know about this sort of thing believe that the true ... (more)

Tags: mexico, drugs, crime, the united states

"Imaginary bugs itch the most."

By Lartinos, published on Dec 4, 2012

Our brains are highly sophisticated machines capable of producing amazing things. Sometimes it can feel almost like a computer that has a virus though because our emotions can hold us back. We often doubt ourselves unnecessarily and live in a state of paranoia that can seem like a nightmare that never ends. Many forget that we do indeed control our lives, and even in a state of panic there is a right way and wrong way to think. Anxiety is ingrained into us to help us, but only if we let it.

As much as it is our brains fault, we must take responsibility for the behaviors in our lives.... (more)

Tags: drugs, fear, brain, anxiety, worry, attack, scared, panic

Freedom of Health

By DKIdea, published on Nov 5, 2012

In the hustle and bustle of life, it’s very easy to become complacent and take certain aspects of life for granted. Everyone is guilty of it at some time or another. I have recently found myself in this category as I paused one day to ponder my circumstances. In reflecting, I remembered that I live in a country where freedom is a right that is precious and most revered. “The land of the free”...but there are some notable exceptions that I find disturbing.

When it comes to the medical industry...and everyone should have an issue with those two words being coupled together, the idea that... (more)

Tags: health, drugs, garlic, doctor, alternative, fungus

What the police allegedly miss? In the Cross Fire

By Jennifer Stone, published on Aug 14, 2012

...allegedly haven't taken me seriously it's cost me about $400,000 and my husband has had agressive cancer with it, allegedly through the worry of the threats to murder.

It's either go bust, or die? Good choice yet the police don't see the thugs that have threatened me. Well I don't do drugs and now I too write about the drug trade why? We need to expose the problems to the public because when your in Kings Cross where is the justice?

Madonna's Mob opened the brothel in 2003 after allegedly they made money out at Cabramatta where the cost Read the report Phuong NGO... (more)

Tags: drugs, juanita nielsen, kings cross, network, sparkling chandeliers, donald mackay, howard twyrell, companies, exposing the industry

Nigeria Scam

By Jennifer Stone, published on Aug 4, 2012

...Tax, Security, get allegedly $210000.00. Yet, most people don't get the image on the map where this person is that is organising the Nigeria Scam. Allegedly he is a member or with contact with the criminal organisation gang that hides behind another gang, the gang that pushes the drugs.

Allegedly the address and name I had in Nigeria was made out to be associated with USA. Allegedly, the money was picked up by two people ID should be available to these people to pick up the funds.

Allegedly under this scam, it pays for the heroin crop to be sent to the country... (more)

Tags: australia, usa, drugs, heroin, kings cross currency, jennifer stone, drug money, nigeria scam, western union

Criminal gangs are holding innocent people to ransom

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jul 31, 2012 run to the police when this happens. It's the normal place to go for the honest people. Yet, this criminal gang that lurks in the dark holes of our society is not open, or honest. With a huge network weaved within the criminals and the people most of us will run to for help.

The drugs are pouring into all our countries around the world with it Globally illegal, yet it hits the news every night somewhere in the World. We have Global issues regarding the drugs running within the world, do we call it as a vice, like alcohol or nicotine or do we allow it into our society under... (more)

Tags: drugs, the kings cross sting, jennifer stone, phuong ngo, organised crime gangs, world famous sparkling chandeliers

Reporting Crime is not a crime

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jul 10, 2012

How to uncover corruption?

Many people will see or be affected by corruption at some level at some time. How to uncover it is a daunting question and to expose the evidence.

Where to start?

You may see something that is not correct or within the law. You watch, you document and you notify the authorities.

What I have found by having it in the written form and now with the electronic computer age you can email people from the police, to council, to members of parliament, then State and Federal, you can then email many of the organisations that watch out for corruption.

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Tags: drugs, crime, state, federal, parliament, take control, the kings cross sting, noticing, panic

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