Month: September 2020

Waterboy

This waterboy is some real brown brown dope without any fenty in it. Its where handycap used to be on cambria in between the bridge and kit street.

Vapes Are Set to Become Prescription-Only in Australia

Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has reclassified nicotine as a prescription-only medication, rather than a dangerous poison, in an interim decision announced last week. The decision, if made final, will mean that certain nicotine products—including e-cigarettes, e-juice, heat-not-burn tobacco products, chewing tobacco and snuff—can only be obtained with a doctor’s prescription. The change in legislation

Overdose Deaths Continue to Soar Across Canada

A man pauses at a coffin after carrying it during a memorial march to remember victims of overdose deaths in Vancouver on Saturday, August 15, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck Overdose deaths are continuing to soar across Canada amid the pandemic, confirmed by new numbers released by British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario this week. Added

Labour MPs Demand the Decriminalisation of Drug Possession

Police detain a bong at a cannabis rally in London. Photo: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Stock Photo A group of Labour MPs including three shadow cabinet ministers are backing a campaign which has called for the party to decriminalise drug possession and consider a legalised cannabis market in Britain. In a report released today, the Labour drug policy

Duterte Labels Drug War Critics Malevolent Predators Who “Ooze Blood”

Police officers investigating an alleged drug dealer killed by unidentified gunman in Manila. Photo: Noel Celis/AFP via Getty Images Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte used a major U.N. speech on Tuesday to launch a bizarre attack on human rights groups critical of his war on drugs calling them “malevolent” people who, “ooze blood”, spread propaganda in

Facebook Spread the Myth That Touching Fentanyl Makes You Overdose, Study Finds

Photo: Jonathan Weiss / Alamy Stock Photo Facebook is a major vehicle in the spread of fake news and damaging misinformation about the US opioid crisis, a study has found. The research, carried out by public health experts at Northeasten University in Boston, focused on reports of first responders overdosing on fentanyl just by touching or being near

Study Blames Facebook for Spread of Dangerous Fentanyl Misinformation

Photo: Jonathan Weiss / Alamy Stock Photo Facebook is a major vehicle in the spread of fake news and damaging misinformation about the US opioid crisis, a study has found. The research, carried out by public health experts at Northeasten University in Boston, focused on reports of first responders overdosing on fentanyl just by touching or being near