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Old 01-11-2014, 06:57 AM
Location: Western Washington
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When you've got a government who, for the most part, treats cannabis use as harshly as heroin or meth use....why not? When those who are looking for something to "self-medicate" with, have to choose the drug that's accessible and affordable AND they're hopeless....? ....well, you have a recipe for disaster.
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Old 01-11-2014, 12:44 PM
Location: The Lakes Region
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Ever try to get high on nothing. Its pretty awesome.

The way you do it is to take a lot of it for a long time !
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Old 01-12-2014, 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by whitlock View Post
Heroin was strongly around in the early 70's. And from there on. Remember all the musicians who hit low times during that period.
I agree but it wasn't in small town America. Many of the users came home from Vietnam with a heroin addiction.As far as musicians many of my 70s faves has heroin issues-Lou Reed,Allman Bros,Rolling Stones. I mean Annie Liebovitz went on tour with them to take pics for Rolling Stone magazine.and became a heroin addict herself.Even a pop performer like Natalie Cole was using H in the 70s!
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