Fort Drum cracks down on NNY businesses selling 'Spice'
Four Northern New York businesses have been notified by Fort Drum officials that that will be declared "off limits" to soldiers if they do not stop selling products that can adversely affect a users health.
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Since: Dec 09
#1 Mar 12, 2012
It's great to see someone besides Senator Schumer is doing something about this.
I personally wrote to the station manager at WWNY a month ago and asked them how they could put advertising dollars over a substance that is causing extreme harm to people.
I never received a reply.
I also see the "High Life" advertising on other channels on Time Warner Cable selling "Spice" .
#2 Mar 12, 2012
I wonder if they sell "bath salts" too?The "High Life" should be closed.I don't see what good it can bring.
If anybody is wondering about "bath salts" it sure is something you don't bath in,and I wouldn't recommend using them.
Since: Mar 12
#3 Mar 12, 2012
buy them illegally like any other drug, thats the way the UK went
keeps money out of the corrupt government
#4 Mar 12, 2012
What really chaps my ass is those dog commercials advertising imported viscous dogs for sale. You know what kind of people purchase those types of breeds?
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