Tales from the front line of the Drugs War


What a ghastly palaver. All these newspaper headlines are quite depressing. There we all were, quietly having fun with our Meow Meow, bothering no one- and now, thanks to two blokes who took a cocktail of drugs that happened to include Meow Meow, and a stupid stupid news industry, it'll probably be banned by the summertime. Of course, what could be more logical than making a readily available (and 98% pure) drug illegal, and thus placing it straight into the hands of criminals who will cut it with other more dangerous and unknown substances and continue selling it to kids. Well done to our wonderful journalists.


5 comments:

Gaw said...

Slap a tax on it - that's what we really need now!

worm said...

precisely! And then in times of need our government could exhort us to really dig deep and help our economy by getting totally off our tits as often as possible

Brit said...

The papers haven't had a good drugs panic for a while. (Maybe Chris Morris scared them off with Cake for a bit?)

worm said...

That's true Brit - perhaps they were a little worried to print anything incase that a drug ridiculously called 'Meow Meow' may infact be a 'made-up drug' like Cake?

Gadjo Dilo said...

I'd never heard of this before but have just read that, for once, this country is taking a lead, and has make miorlăi miorlăi punishable by 10 to 20 years in prison!