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  • #30
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    gee, i can remember when folks put bath salts into their bathwater to relax their tired muscles... why not just take a bath and then drink the water?
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    probably not going to change many attitudes,probably see worse than that in training films and movies,but it couldn,t hurt to at least make them aware of the effects of their choices
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    I watched video and commend the effort however I feel, like most anti drug messages,r based on what one has heard and rarely from true experience.perhaps that's why the message isn't REALLY heard. It's to far fetched.the truth of a legitimate experience ,whether it be ones self or a loved ones drug use..that's scary enough .i guess getting to opinion of video....way wrong.a handful of ppl I once called friends got taken over by bath salts and the video is way off.like most speed.ive learned as an outsider looking in..it consumes their entire being....no time for sleep or food or hygiene ..after a week plus of that anyone would feel crazy and look like a filthy zombie..it's very sad.
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    I heard about this stuff 5 years ago, you have to be a moron to risk everything to try a drug. What happened to good ole weed?
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    all these foolish videos do is attrack attention to dope.like an add for a new drug for dopeheads to try and find.
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    I don't know if it will help many but if it helps one it does help many. Our community recently dealt with a young man having to take a golf club and beat his best friend to unconsciousness to stop him from attacking his mother and girlfriend. The man who used the bath salts spent over a month in the hosp. and received permanent brain damage. He was slightly retarded before and bath salts has been baned locally for over a year, no on even knows where or how he got the sh}|.
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    They conducted test of this stuff on navy personel, why? This is how it starts! First they try the bath salt to see its combat capabilty and before you know it they develop the rage virus!
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    @Denizen_Kate Yeah, forget the assualt rifles! Stalk up on the 22 caliber rifles for quick and easy headshots and thousands of rounds dirt cheap in your pockets!
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    How many people wanted to try drugs after watching cheech and chong, fear and loathing in los vegas, and basketball dairies? The more people know what drugs do the more some people are going to want to try them.
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    I've done my share of substance abuse, and there was a time a video like this may have made want to try it. But I got saved and quit shortly afterwards, I've been clean for a little over 2yrs.
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    @PoliticalSpice As a connoisseur of marijuana, I had no idea it had your type of side effect. I shall thank my grower for giving me the better strains.
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    Well, I'm convinced not to snort the damned stuff, but then I'm not a young sailor who is immortal and willing to try just about anything to catch a buzz. I did get a laugh when the roommate turned into a monster. That was cool. It might just have the opposite effect that the Navy was hoping for among young people who play zombie apocalypse video games in between watching slasher movies.
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    As the educational petty officer for a regional Navy hospital in the 1970s I ran anti-drug films at dozens of mandatory staff meetings. I remember lots of audience snickering about joint rolling techniques in the movies.:-)

    But even earlier, Reefer Madness in the 1920s made no noticeable difference.
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    @PoliticalSpice Now that you mention it, I won't be surprised if Reefer Madness makes a big comeback here in we-have-legal pot Colorado.
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    That "liberal" is the girlfriend of a navy boy. I thought you'd show some respect for the military. You're starting to sound like me.
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    Do you check under the bed for liberals every night? Come on now Neo, there was no "liberal" in this film. I don't know a thing about "bath salt abuse" and neither do you. So let's go on a tirade on this one.
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    That "liberal" in the photo is supposed to be the distorted image of a user's girlfriend. You could always try watching the video before commenting.
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    Hey, did you use bath salts? The video did say they make you paranoid and cause hallucinations. You see liberals everywhere, and I've never encourered someone paranoid as you before...
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  • #64
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    This Educational film released by the U.S Navy seemed, rather cheaply made. Also, the Officer explaining the effect's of this drug seemed as if he was high on some other drug. Though I agree that the use of Bath salt's is not a very good drug. And I wouldn't suggest it's use, but people who are into using drug's are going to try it. Especially if there are no test "i.e" Urine or blood that can detect it. And that is the key to stop military personnel from using this drug. But overall this is a lousy film with a lousy title that i believe the officer in charge of making this Film used the allowed budget to Buy and use his own preferred drug.
  • #71
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    I wonder which SSRI that navy guy was on. Notice he kept spitting his tongue in and out. In fact, almost all these commetators and newsreaders keep doing that. Is the entire news corp on anti-depressants?
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