Mercer County Men Facing Prescription...

Mercer County Men Facing Prescription Drug Charges

There are 6 comments on the West Virginia Metro story from Aug 3, 2012, titled Mercer County Men Facing Prescription Drug Charges. In it, West Virginia Metro reports that:

Two Mercer County men are the 22nd and 23rd convictions in the Bluefield Pill Initiative.

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Tin Foil Hat

Princeton, WV

#1 Aug 4, 2012
Who really cares? Hallucinogenic psychedelics that make your California medical weed seem even more vivid and bright is all that really matters in "the drug game"

the rest of this crap is LOWLIFE CENTRAL

'specially this pill snorting crackhead lifestyle stuff that modern-day "friendships" are based upon
interpretative breakdown

Princeton, WV

#3 Aug 4, 2012
phantom wrote:
<quoted text> What is this guy talking about?
Hi, "phantom"

I believe that there are a few points made in the post of concern that may be dissected here

1. It looks as if "Tin Foil Hat" believes that the only drugs worthy of substance abuse are psychedelics/hallucinogens (I'm guessing that this includes LSD and medical grade marijuana)

2. It also appears that this individual considers those that abuse drugs, in general, are "low lifes". I'm surmising that people that snort pills are being targeted in his or her passive aggressive backhanded rant, as considered among the classless persons that choose to smoke crack (and probably shoot heroin).

3. My conjecture is that the individual posting this has had negative firsthand or some other similar experience, where it was made painfully evident that relationships built upon drug abuse are a modern-day joke.

hope this helped at least a bit (especially if I was correct to any extent), and good-bye for now
Tin Foil Hat

Princeton, WV

#4 Aug 4, 2012
interpretative breakdown wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi, "phantom"
I believe that there are a few points made in the post of concern that may be dissected here
1. It looks as if "Tin Foil Hat" believes that the only drugs worthy of substance abuse are psychedelics/hallucinogens (I'm guessing that this includes LSD and medical grade marijuana)
2. It also appears that this individual considers those that abuse drugs, in general, are "low lifes". I'm surmising that people that snort pills are being targeted in his or her passive aggressive backhanded rant, as considered among the classless persons that choose to smoke crack (and probably shoot heroin).
3. My conjecture is that the individual posting this has had negative firsthand or some other similar experience, where it was made painfully evident that relationships built upon drug abuse are a modern-day joke.
hope this helped at least a bit (especially if I was correct to any extent), and good-bye for now
Hi, "interpretattive breakdown". I appreciate your attempt at rendering an explanation of what I meant in my post, but I shall take it from here, if you please.

I have in my possession, a slightly-dated textbook on "Neuropsychology", which presents some comprehensive research and scientific evidence as to the biological basis of human behaviors. In it, many different substances of abuse are listed and compared, including tobacco/nicotine, alcohol, opiates, cocaine, psychedelics, marijuana, etc., etc., etc.

Now, I, by no means whatsoever, put too much stock or faith in such a book. And I also retract any reflected assertion that I am for, or "Pro Substance Abuse" of ANY SORT. But the conclusions of this particular author of the Neuropsychology text included the "fact" that marijuana and psychedelics are the two "least addictive" substances of abuse. Furthermore, these types of substances pose the least amount of physiological damage resulting from "abuse".

Consider this to be more of a supplement, not a justification, of my previous statement.

I'm not going to air my dirty laundry of personal experiences of relationships that involved any sort of mutual, simultaneous, shared drug abuse; out of respect that my God wants me to "do unto others as I would have them do unto me". But, yes, I have seen Jeckyll turn into Hyde at the snort of a pill. And I have seen how inconsiderate that persons can be (including myself being guilty of this AND getting hurt by others doing so unto me) when any drug of choice becomes one's god and focus of the meaning of existence.
Tin Foil Hat

Princeton, WV

#5 Aug 4, 2012
Tin Foil Hat wrote:
Who really cares? Hallucinogenic psychedelics that make your California medical weed seem even more vivid and bright is all that really matters in "the drug game"
the rest of this crap is LOWLIFE CENTRAL
'specially this pill snorting crackhead lifestyle stuff that modern-day "friendships" are based upon
...so who really cares that LOWLIFE CENRTAL took a great blow. I mean it's great and all...

but as much as the decent citizens of this locale could get excited or stoked about LOWLIFE CENTRAL getting some of the fixin' pills off of the streets...

many more "decent citizens" get upset when the State Police burn a crop of illegal/illicit "mother nature". Fortunately, as it was pointed out in another thread...the weed around here ain't worth smoking. I need sinsemilla with a THC content of at least 17% before I will consider fouling up my next pee test for "the man".

And to "the man"...good luck in ever finding the LSD in our systems! You have to do a spinal tap...so BOO YA!!

Also, "the man", why do so many of you brag about how "good" the "stuff" is whenever you confiscate it from me during traffic stops? It's happened more than once, and sends mixed messages to my apparently already confused enough as it is mental processing think tank...
interpretative breakdown

Princeton, WV

#6 Aug 4, 2012
Tin Foil Hat wrote:
<quoted text>

I have in my possession, a slightly-dated textbook on "Neuropsychology", which presents some comprehensive research and scientific evidence as to the biological basis of human behaviors.
well, for your safety's sake, and moreso for the sake of your own legal status, I'm sure glad that a textbook is all that you have (relating to substances of abuse) in your "possession", lest "the man" exact "the man's law" and "the man's sytem of justice" on your apparently already tortured-enough soul.
phantom

Springfield, NJ

#7 Aug 6, 2012
interpretative breakdown wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi, "phantom"
I believe that there are a few points made in the post of concern that may be dissected here
1. It looks as if "Tin Foil Hat" believes that the only drugs worthy of substance abuse are psychedelics/hallucinogens (I'm guessing that this includes LSD and medical grade marijuana)
2. It also appears that this individual considers those that abuse drugs, in general, are "low lifes". I'm surmising that people that snort pills are being targeted in his or her passive aggressive backhanded rant, as considered among the classless persons that choose to smoke crack (and probably shoot heroin).
3. My conjecture is that the individual posting this has had negative firsthand or some other similar experience, where it was made painfully evident that relationships built upon drug abuse are a modern-day joke.
hope this helped at least a bit (especially if I was correct to any extent), and good-bye for now
To summaries, we agree that he,s full of shit.

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