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    What the hell?


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    Default Re: The U.S. Navy's Bath Salts PSA is About the Strangest Thing I've Ever Seen

    not "what the hell" but rather...


    WHAT THE FUCK?


    stoopid squids!

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    From what I have heard this has been a growing problem as some wacko decided to try it and got a high from it.

    I guess the Navy had a lot of problems to cause them to do this. And I thought we had problems when I was young!
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    Quote Originally Posted by c.captain
    not "what the hell" but rather...

    WHAT THE FUCK?

    stoopid squids!
    I live in the same town as the navy's biggest port. Your post is an understatement.

    They did help us earn the distinction of being the #2 drunkest city in the USA.

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    Great Swinging Balls on Saint Pete ~
    They took away the beer and smokes so now it's down to WHAT, bath salts? Good Grief!
    When will those bozos in charge ever learn?
    Doubtful they can ever find their way back again.
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    On another forum they are bouncing around the term "Peak Retard" to explain everything. Unfortunately I think it's about as accurate as "Peak Oil"

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    Default Re: The U.S. Navy's Bath Salts PSA is About the Strangest Thing I've Ever Seen

    I must be the dumbest cadet on the East Coast because I had no idea WTF the deal with "bath salts" was.

    Looked on line - http://bath-salts-direct.com/acatalo...l-regions.html

    I can score some of this crap for $12 legally. But heaven forbid I get caught enjoying a beer with friends while underage.

    Something is fugged up with that.
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    This is becoming quite a problem for the cops, ambulance crews, and emergency rooms in small town America. I hear that the local emergency room locks them out until the police are on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetryder223 View Post
    I must be the dumbest cadet on the East Coast because I had no idea WTF the deal with "bath salts" was.

    Looked on line - http://bath-salts-direct.com/acatalo...l-regions.html

    I can score some of this crap for $12 legally. But heaven forbid I get caught enjoying a beer with friends while underage.

    Something if fugged up with that.
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    It's still illegal to use as a drug. Synthetic pot is getting big too, marketed as potpourri.

    For those reading this though, you might not realise its not regular bath salts. you have to specifically look for these products Marketed as "Bath Salts" and not for human consumption. They do this to get around the FDA regulations. But if you look at the labelling theres no question what it really is. These synthetic drugs are usually sold at some gas stations or head shops or online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LI_Domer View Post
    It's still illegal to use as a drug. Synthetic pot is getting big too, marketed as potpourri.

    For those reading this though, you might not realise its not regular bath salts. you have to specifically look for these products Marketed as "Bath Salts" and not for human consumption. They do this to get around the FDA regulations. But if you look at the labelling theres no question what it really is. These synthetic drugs are usually sold at some gas stations or head shops or online.
    and most of them are compounds ripped off of patent filings from pharmacutical research that were never persued as drugs for various reasons. They are pharma rejects, you would be better off with oxy or any other real and tested drug.
    Takes a real foolish type to mess with this stuff.

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