Shut Down Stores With - Bath Salts'

Nov 8, 2012 Full story: Wheeling News 94

Most arrests on drug charges involve people selling illegal substances on street corners, out of cars or from their living rooms.

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typical blacks

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Nov 9, 2012
sounds like a good idea to me.
HollaBak

United States

#2 Nov 9, 2012
If its legal leave it alone, just because you dont like something does not give you the right to shut something down. I do not like coffee but im not saying shut down everything that sells coffee. Some people do not like beer, cigs, soda, milk, same concept. If you do not like the product or service then dont fukin buy it shipdip. Whats gives YOU the right?
loving it

United States

#3 Nov 9, 2012
Something like bath salts should not b legal. That shit makes trash and the already trash trashier. It is something ppl can def do without.
not for human consumption

Bronx, NY

#4 Nov 9, 2012
Bath Salts are illegal.
hmmm

United States

#5 Nov 9, 2012
Bath salts have lead to injuries and death. People can not act rationally on the stuff and its extremely addicting. I'm all for legalizing marijuana, but no way on anything harder. There is a point where individual freedoms (snorting bath salts) have to given up for the greater good (keeping the public safe from people that are intoxicated with the stuff). As far as the "fake weed", I haven't heard the dramatic things that you hear about bath salts, but I think it would be safer to just legalize the real stuff.
HollaBak

United States

#6 Nov 9, 2012
Not all is illegal duch-bag, get facts straight and get a job
hmmm

United States

#7 Nov 9, 2012
My husband has a good job. We make about double what the national average household gets. And, bath salts (all of them) should be illegal. I don't care what a person does to themselves, but innocent people have been hurt and its the law makers jobs to protect the general population against craziness like that. And, no I don't do drugs my husband has to pass random DOT drug tests plus the two times a year his work sends him for randoms as well. I support him in all he does so that leaves me not doing that stuff even though I used to smoke a joint every six months or so.

“Proverbs 12:16”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#8 Nov 9, 2012
Bath salts are horrible, I've seen enough of it's victims to know. I also know that in some people the psychosis that it triggers in some persists indefinitely. I don't know why anyone would want to take a drug that causes agitation, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, suicidality, hypertension (high blood pressure), and elevate pulse. The cardiac effects alone can be bad news for those with existing heart conditions or those who are taking other substances along with it.
not for human consumption

Bronx, NY

#9 Nov 10, 2012
Bath salts are illegal.
Beavis

Fairmont, WV

#10 Nov 10, 2012
not for human consumption wrote:
Bath salts are illegal.
You can say that again!
concerned

Bridgeport, WV

#11 Nov 10, 2012
I swear I'm so sick of this town and all the drug heads in it! Scares me to death to even go out on the weekends do to you don't know who's all messed up around you. Why not go out and work make money buy nice things and look clean and take care of you're self to make you "feel good and high" why go get f'ed up on drugs and not hold a job and stay from place to please because you don't have a home or you have a home and
concerned

Bridgeport, WV

#12 Nov 10, 2012
concerned wrote:
I swear I'm so sick of this town and all the drug heads in it! Scares me to death to even go out on the weekends do to you don't know who's all messed up around you. Why not go out and work make money buy nice things and look clean and take care of you're self to make you "feel good and high" why go get f'ed up on drugs and not hold a job and stay from place to please because you don't have a home or you have a home and
And it's nasty and not clean do to the fact you just don't cate
HollaBak

United States

#13 Nov 10, 2012
Bath salts are not illegal idiot, some salts contain chemicals that are illegal in this state which makes them illegal but others do not. If you dont like em then dont buy em. You probley can not get them with your stamps anyway. Its not my personal intrust but if someone likes to bath in salts thats their busines not yours. I do not like coffee but I am not concerned with people that do. Its their busines not mine or yours
concerned

Bridgeport, WV

#14 Nov 10, 2012
HollaBak wrote:
Bath salts are not illegal idiot, some salts contain chemicals that are illegal in this state which makes them illegal but others do not. If you dont like em then dont buy em. You probley can not get them with your stamps anyway. Its not my personal intrust but if someone likes to bath in salts thats their busines not yours. I do not like coffee but I am not concerned with people that do. Its their busines not mine or yours
Yeah well you little punk it is my business when I have someone messed up on them up in my mothers face telling her he's going to kill her mind you it's was some little fn punk just driving in NV then two weeks later shot and killed a kid... I make this my business and problem when I GET UP EVERYDAY GO INTO WORK TO PAY FOR PUCK BUTT LOW LIFE'S LIKE YOU! When I have a family member so messed up on them left her child and is now living under a bridge.. So while I get up everyday and work and pay taxes ill makes everything like this my business!!!! If you or any of you out there think tripping on bath salts are cool or make you feel good then you all should get locked in a huge room and trip away then you all losers can sit and see the affect it has on people..

Since: Jul 12

Buckhannon

#15 Nov 10, 2012
HollaBak wrote:
Bath salts are not illegal idiot, some salts contain chemicals that are illegal in this state which makes them illegal but others do not. If you dont like em then dont buy em. You probley can not get them with your stamps anyway. Its not my personal intrust but if someone likes to bath in salts thats their busines not yours. I do not like coffee but I am not concerned with people that do. Its their busines not mine or yours
you do understand that we're not talking Calgon, right, that these "bath salts" aren't really something you put in a bath?...
YouDumbAss

Belington, WV

#16 Nov 10, 2012
HollaBak wrote:
Bath salts are not illegal idiot, some salts contain chemicals that are illegal in this state which makes them illegal but others do not. If you dont like em then dont buy em. You probley can not get them with your stamps anyway. Its not my personal intrust but if someone likes to bath in salts thats their busines not yours. I do not like coffee but I am not concerned with people that do. Its their busines not mine or yours
Bath Salts are illegal. Get a clue.

why is someone who states the truth automatically on food stamps?

you are an a sshole!

Go Away!
HollaBak

United States

#17 Nov 10, 2012
Blow me they are not illegal tard,

Typically, there is no law for a specific license to sell bath salts, plant feeders, incense, or potpourri among the states. These goods are too prolific for effective enforcement of licenses. The common practice is to ban the substances in the goods. These can be identified by chemical tests and is a lot less burdensome than asking every general goods store to have a license for a handful of products.

So you go away welfare rat, stuff your mouth with your brothers balls and get job scum
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HollaBak

United States

#19 Nov 10, 2012
Heres the link to the bill find somebody to read it to you

http://legiscan.com/gaits/view/228296

“Proverbs 12:16”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#20 Nov 10, 2012
HollaBak wrote:
Blow me they are not illegal tard,
Typically, there is no law for a specific license to sell bath salts, plant feeders, incense, or potpourri among the states. These goods are too prolific for effective enforcement of licenses. The common practice is to ban the substances in the goods. These can be identified by chemical tests and is a lot less burdensome than asking every general goods store to have a license for a handful of products.
So you go away welfare rat, stuff your mouth with your brothers balls and get job scum
You are right to an extent, the illegal chemicals in bath salts are methylenedioxypyrovalerone, mephedrone and methylone. However when bath salts are made they are made in a lab and the various ingredients are combined via a chemical bonding process which cannot be reversed so the aforementioned ingredient(s) become one.

So yes they are illegal, unless you know of a process that reverses chemical bonding in which the scientific community would be dying to know your secret.
HollaBak

United States

#21 Nov 10, 2012
Not all bath salts use the illegal chemicals

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