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  1. WHat? at |

    GHB is not rohypnol
    Rohypnol doesnt actually exist :O

    getting high is very different from being knocked out unconcious and GHB gets you high :3
    to really sedate someone you’d need over 3000 mg when a normal dose of GHB is 200-500mg so yeah youd be wasting 300 bucks to rape someone, better get a “working Girl” and be done with it for 100 XD

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    1. Harry Blotter at |

      Rohypnol does exist, its a brand name for flunitrazepam

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  2. Jesse Mcduffee at |

    I like the fact that mushroom spores are still legal in most US states. I wonder how easy it would be to grow them. lol. Thanks for the facts and another top ten! Hard to believe Bayer was part of Heroin and that Heroin wasn’t a street drug name to begin with!

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    1. Katie at |

      Shrooms need a certain fertilizer to grow… which is not available anymore in the U.S.

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  3. Teresa W at |

    Wow….Never thought some of these were ever legal. The only one that wasn’t surprising to me was marijuana. The rest caught me off guard.

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    1. Wehms2 at |

      The “Free People” of these United States…..used to be under the “Law of Personal Responsibility.” Where a person could walk in to any Pharmacy and say: “I know what I want could KILL ME but as a legal adult in a “free Society,” I accept responsibility for my own actions…….give me what I want!!!”

      NOW…..the “Legislators” (aka, “LAWmakers”) feel that they need to “protect us from ourselves” and/or otherwise, FORCE THEIR moral beliefs upon the American People (aka….TAKING AWAY our “freedom of choice(s)”) and thereby FILL UP the FOR PROFIT Prisons….that were CREATED by & for the PROFITS of the Prisons which were “aided & abetted” by OUR Legislators because of the BRIBES “they” received FROM the LOBBYISTS that WORKED 4 the For Profit Prisons………….!!!

      God Bless Capitalism that is BRILLIANT…………(in theory) but RUINED by CORRUPT Politicians……..

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  4. Beteltooth at |

    Just a point, but a quite a major one: All drugs used to be legal. The idea of regulating or banning natural drugs (marijuana, shrooms, for example) didn’t exist prior to the late 19th century in the west. As far as chemicals extracted from plants and purely synthetic drugs go, they have to exist before they can be banned. As I said, in Europe and North America prohibition is a 20th century phenomenon.

    For a humourous trip (pun intended) through some illegal drugs, I found this on blogspot. http://it-totally-sucks.blogspot.com/2011/09/7-drugs-and-why-they-suck.html

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  5. Canada Goose Parkas at |

    at the beginning, dealers took them for huge profit without considering their harm. though they are iilegal to ude now ,there are still underground trading

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  6. Alan R. Wehmer at |

    Of course…….the US really used to be “free” and people had the “Right” to make their own mistakes…..as long as it didn’t interfere with the Rights of other people. Like. People have the Right to get drunk……they do not have the Right to drive that way as a matter of public safety. Drugs beyond alcohol were made illegal to “advance” the cause(s) of racism. This is particularly perplexing with the “Hypocrit” in Chief in the White House advancing the War on Medical Marijuana after he bragged about using pot & cocaine in his books. I guess hypocrisy abounds when you’re born with a silver spoon in your nose. :o)

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  7. Peter Boucher at |

    Here is one that will blow your mind !!! Its called a “Brompton Cocktail”. It was a pain suppressant that was created by Dr. Herbert Snow who was a doctor at the Royal Brompton Hospital (Hence, where it got its name) in London, England. Dr Snow invented this concoction in 1896 and had its highest usage among patients during the 1920′s. It was given to terminally ill patients and in the last stages of their life from cancer as well as Tuberculosis patients who were dying from that disease. It contained the following 1). Morphine, 2). Cocaine, 3). Pure Ethyl Alcohol, 4). Thorazine, and 5). Chloroform. My resource and information that I found it was the good ol’ Wikipedia. Look it up and you read about it on the Wikipedia.

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  8. JackL at |

    It is interesting to see over time the things that we deem as not legal in regards to drugs. I think it is a good thing because we continue to learn more and more. What I wonder about is what the future holds. What drugs that we currently legal will be banned? Will any be banned? What drugs will there be in the future? Will we be much like today or in 100 years will things be COMPELETLY different in the drug scene? I hope to say that drugs and harmful things for our body will be gone but I know that is foolish to think of.

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  9. joe at |

    I think that meth might be considered a justable medication, and help a small number of people in the furture. I mean Colorado just made pot legal period! Maybe not within the next 40/60 years, but in a furture generation that is more responsable, not to mention less careless.

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