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Do You Want To Legally Develop A Drug Habit? Well Now You Can With Coco Loko!

(NEWSER) – You can eat it and drink it, so why not inhale it? That’s the thinking behind Coco Loko, a new “snortable” chocolate powder billed as a legal way to get high, the Washington Post reports. The newfangled nose candy leaves snorters with a “euphoric” feeling “but also motivated to get things done,” per founder Nick Anderson. He likens the buzz, which lasts for 30 minutes to an hour, to that of an energy drink. The 29-year-old Anderson, who runs the company Legal Lean, says he got the idea for Coco Loko a few months ago after hearing about a “chocolate-snorting trend” in Europe. Jezebel reports the fad may go back to 2015, when a Belgian chocolate-maker hawked a device that shoots chocolate powder up your nose. “At first, I was like, ‘Is this a hoax?,'” Anderson tells the Post.
“And then I tried it and it was like, OK, this is the future right here.” So Anderson pumped in $10,000 of his own cash into creating his own “raw cacao snuff.” A 10-serving tin of Coco Loko costs $19.99 on the company website. The product is also spiked with ginkgo biloba, taurine, and guarana, all common ingredients in energy drinks. The powder is not FDA approved, and doctors seem perplexed by it. “No one’s studied what happens if you inhale chocolate into your nose,” one doc tells the Post. ABC10 notes that stuffing foreign substances up your schnoz could hurt mucous membranes, which keep bacteria and particles from entering the nose, among other issues. So does it work? Reviews on message boards are all over the place, with one saying, “All I felt was drowsy,” per the Post. (Nearly half of us aren’t sure where chocolate milk comes from.)

Minus wanting a crazy rush in the middle of a nightclub surrounded by chicks ready to snort the same stuff as you just did and an increased chance to have sex with said, one of those chicks, I can’t imagine snorting anything up my nose. Call me a pussy but i just feel like it would really fuck with my sinus. When I was a kid i remember we would pretend to be cool as shit and bust out pixie sticks into a coke line and one time my buddy snorted it up and said it burned, proceeded to sneeze a bunch with a bunch of mucus. We all had a great laugh but he said it was uncomfortable as shit and burned. So yea probably not gonna do that chocolate powder and for $19.99 none the less. I mean yea compared to cocaine it certainly has it beat in cost but if you’re telling me all I need to party like the Stone’s in their heyday is cocoa powder then I’ll stroll into Walmart on the way to the club and get a can of Nesquik for like 8 bucks and a Redbull. Boom. That’s all this shit is. So if you want to pretend to be about that life go ahead and rip open a tin of cocoa powder and sniff it in between trading stocks working a high stress finance job then go for it.

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The Hottest New Drug On The Street To Get Faded On Is Elephant Tranquilizer

The Washington Post- A substance used to tranquilize elephants that is 100 times more potent than the drug that killed Prince is hitting the Washington suburbs, adding the region to a growing list of communities nationwide reporting fatal overdoses linked to the exotic and toxic sedative.
Three cases out of Anne Arundel and Frederick counties this month mark the first carfentanil-related fatalities in Maryland, alarming local health and law enforcement officials already in a state of emergency combating the opioid crisis.
On Monday, a Virginia man pleaded guilty in a drug distribution case after selling $100 of carfentanil-laced heroin to a 21-year-old found dead by her mother on the bathroom floor of their Fairfax County home.
In recent weeks, police departments across the country announced carfentanil-related fatalities, including cases in Illinois, Colorado, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Law enforcement officials fear the growing lethal overdoses tied to the synthetic opioid marks a new normal in the nation’s heroin epidemic.
“We have never seen death like we do now,” said Tom Synan, head of Hamilton County Heroin Coalition in Ohio, which was among the first spots to discover a string of carfentanil deaths during a week in which the county’s overdoses more than doubled.

Gotta love the the opiate options out there these days. You think parents back then were screaming for arrest and trying to protect their kids from the crazy devil rap music talking about smoking weed, well buck up, Mothers out there. Weed is going to be legal soon enough nationwide and you gotta now protect your kids from using elephant tranquilizer used to sedate a 3 ton animal behemoth. I gotta say, there’s some level of amazement out there. I mean when we live in a world where people take Oxycontin, Cocaine, Crack, LSD, Ketamine, Vicodin, Morphine, Methadone, Heroin, Percocets,  MDMA, Crystal meth, GHB, Psilocybin mushrooms, Salvia, DMT, PCP, Barbiturates, Xanax, Valium, Rohypnol, Synthetic weed, Alcohol, and Weed in general, druggies will always find another way to get high. Case and point, someone thought all of these very well known party drugs, downers, and uppers, thought it would be a good idea to take a syringe full of Carfentanil used to tranq elephants and rhinos and decided to use it to get fucked up.  Put nothing past drug addicts and their method of getting high. Wouldn’t even be surprised if they straight up told a zoo keeper to shoot em straight in the jugular.

 

It’s Sea Turtle Nesting Season So Please Remember To Not Leave Any Trash On The Beach Or A Brick Of Cocaine For That Matter.

Sun Sentinel- When Doug Phinney walked into a bar on A1A about 1 a.m. Tuesday with an open kilo of suspected cocaine in his hands, he wasn't looking to make a sale or even worried about being arrested. In fact, he was looking for a cop. "I finally flagged down an officer driving by," said Phinney, 52, from Wilton Manors. "And I showed him what I found." Phinney made his discovery on the sands of Fort Lauderdale beach during a routine nighttime patrol as a volunteer with the Sea Turtle Oversight Program, designed to protect the behemoth sea creatures during the summer nesting season. During his four-hour patrol he did spot 11 loggerhead turtles who swam ashore to lay eggs.But it was the drugs that made the night memorable. "I was doing what I always do," said Phinney, on summer break from teaching legal studies at the online Florida Virtual School. "It was raining, the surf was crashing, there was a ton of seaweed on the beach, and then I saw this package the size of a brick. As soon as I picked it up I knew what it was." Phinney said he used a knife to slice open the package and found a white sticky substance that a Fort Lauderdale police dog seemed to recognize as cocaine. When police received a call about found narcotics, Officer Giovanni Morales responded, according to records. Three officers were soon on the scene, and all seemed rather blasé about the find, Phinney said. But the patrons of a nearby bar just north of Las Olas Boulevard were excited, Phinney said. "They said, 'You found that right out there? Man, you should have given it to me,'" said Phinney. Police made a report, and took possession of the suspected cocaine, Phinney said. Richard WhiteCloud, founding director of the Sea Turtle Oversight Program, said a monitor found a bale of suspected marijuana while on patrol about two weeks ago. But coming upon contraband is rare, he said. Phinney said when he cut the package open and got some of the product on his fingers he was tempted to rub a bit on his gums, as he's seen done in the movies. But he refrained. "You did the right thing," Phinney said the police told him.

Sun Sentinel– When Doug Phinney walked into a bar on A1A about 1 a.m. Tuesday with an open kilo of suspected cocaine in his hands, he wasn’t looking to make a sale or even worried about being arrested.
In fact, he was looking for a cop.
“I finally flagged down an officer driving by,” said Phinney, 52, from Wilton Manors. “And I showed him what I found.”
Phinney made his discovery on the sands of Fort Lauderdale beach during a routine nighttime patrol as a volunteer with the Sea Turtle Oversight Program, designed to protect the behemoth sea creatures during the summer nesting season. During his four-hour patrol he did spot 11 loggerhead turtles who swam ashore to lay eggs.But it was the drugs that made the night memorable.
“I was doing what I always do,” said Phinney, on summer break from teaching legal studies at the online Florida Virtual School. “It was raining, the surf was crashing, there was a ton of seaweed on the beach, and then I saw this package the size of a brick. As soon as I picked it up I knew what it was.”
Phinney said he used a knife to slice open the package and found a white sticky substance that a Fort Lauderdale police dog seemed to recognize as cocaine.
When police received a call about found narcotics, Officer Giovanni Morales responded, according to records.
Three officers were soon on the scene, and all seemed rather blasé about the find, Phinney said.
But the patrons of a nearby bar just north of Las Olas Boulevard were excited, Phinney said. “They said, ‘You found that right out there? Man, you should have given it to me,'” said Phinney.
Police made a report, and took possession of the suspected cocaine, Phinney said.
Richard WhiteCloud, founding director of the Sea Turtle Oversight Program, said a monitor found a bale of suspected marijuana while on patrol about two weeks ago. But coming upon contraband is rare, he said.
Phinney said when he cut the package open and got some of the product on his fingers he was tempted to rub a bit on his gums, as he’s seen done in the movies. But he refrained.
“You did the right thing,” Phinney said the police told him.

My first thought was “these damn kids and drug mules these days.” Absolutely no respect for public property and nature. As well known and popular as Ft Laudy beach is, you will occasionally find scraps of junk washed up on shore. I remember our 6th grade end of the year beach field trip ended with a buddy getting sea lice on his balls, but also with me finding scraps of a junked car that floated ashore. And then I think I also left like 30 soda cans on the floor because for some reason i decided to crack them open and pour them down my face like Stone Cold Steve Austin. Kids just have no respect for nature just leaving their trash and distribution amount of drugs everywhere

But then now thinking about it and growing up to see how absurd the world can be, It would be kinda fun, and maybe possible, to have a scenario where drug lords are intercepting wild sea turtles on mating season and strapping bricks of cocaine on them and having them bury it while they lay their sea turtle eggs. You laugh at that idea now but I think the term “Drug Mule” has at least a little something to do with actual real life actual mule animals. Think about it now, operation takes place at night, sea turtles bury things in sand, you can’t arrest sea turtles. Not saying its a well established drug trafficking plan. Maybe this was a test embargo. Yea it didn’t go quite accordingly with this one drop but if all things played out perfectly, sea turtles can probably move a couple hundred kilos by the end of mating season. Its the perfect crime.

 

This Drugged Up Vagrant Doesn’t Give A Fuck About This Cops Tasering.

Published on Sep 4, 2015

I apologize for the angle of it . I NEVER would’ve expected it to escalate to that extent. Riverdale MD, Riverdale police handled this situation a lot better than other police would have in my opinion. Im amazed they didn’t shoot. **Backstory** : So about 4-8 mins before the police arrived , this man was inside the McDonalds located in Riverdale MD on Kenilwoth Ave. When I first noticed him, he was just talking to himself. After not paying attention to what he was saying, he began to bang on his table like if it were drums and was doing it a bit too loud. I had just assumed he was a person of special needs maybe and once agin, didn’t pay attention. He soon started punching his table like if it were a person and knew, he was becoming aggressive and an endangerment to the publics safety. My mom had asked an employee at this point if they had called the police and they had responded saying “yes, they’re en route.” He soon gets up and starts arguing with himself and acts like he wants to fight with someone who was in front of him and goes up against a wall and starts shouting. He takes off his shirt and starts walking around which endangers the public a lot more because we don’t know if he’s going to hurt someone because this man already seemed agitated. At this point he starts throwing chairs to the ground and slammed a wet floor sign to the ground and pushing chairs. McDonalds was pretty packed as well considering most people were getting out of work and school and there was quite a bit of children (including my 2 younger siblings) and a group of elderly people. When the police arrive, he was ordered on the ground and knew right there, to take out my phone and start recording. During the moment i had forgotten to turn my phone sideways which is why its at that angle so i do apologize for that. After he was detained, his legs were soon in cuffs and had a human muzzle it seemed like because he was still shouting and screaming. The ambulance arrived probably about 2 or 3 mins later after he was detained. He was then transported to a DC hospital. After all, he was tased 3 times, maced about 4 times, hit with the baton twice, tackled to the wall, and almost had his arm broken when being detained. Throughout the whole incident, this man showed NO sign of giving up and was resisting arrest. It seemed clear after being tased for the first time that this man WAS ON DRUGS. Most likely PCP. I commend the officers for stoping him before he could hurt someone and danger the public.

What’s the point of using and continually using a taser when you blast it at a bum and he just casually strolls around McDonalds with electricity coursing through his veins? Was theirs just broken? Is this man like Electro from Spider Man and just eats electricity for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Honestly I think its just what happens when you’re that fine line of bum where you’ve slept on the streets enough times but haven’t just fully given up on life. Like he probably has a crappy den of a house but just shoots up on the streets to the point where the elements have numbed his nerves down so he can’t feel much physical pain. Obviously still has some meat on him, and not emaciated like a Holocaust victim. Like I said, that fine line of bum.  I mean the cop fired that thing point blank at him and he was still running around like a dog on a leash. That doesn’t work? Oh we’ll just wail on his leg with this nightstick while the tasers still running. Dude just scratches it off. They needed two freaking tasers and an ass kicking to kinda get him at least on the floor. They treated mace like it was hair spray and a little sting in his eyes. If it is just the drugs just fighting the pain then we need to modify that shit so that you’re not a crazy lunatic and just a drug that creates super soldiers that can take endless amounts of pain because thats whats going on for this guy.

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Love these 2 dudes just going at their food. Doesn’t matter if you’re white collar or blue collar. They just want nothing more than to get off work, enjoy their Bic Mac combo meal with a large fries maybe some McNuggets, and take in the live theater of watching a bum get arrested. Men of two different worlds, but men none the less who need their McDonalds.

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If I were in the drive through lane and saw this happen, I would ask the police officer if i could volunteer help by just running him over or just a nice strong love tap with the front bumper. It might be a cruel thing to do but you go through drive through to avoid the madness and judgement of others when you place an order large enough to feed a family all for yourself. Plus if im hungry than anyone in my path to satiation is fair game.

This 91 year old dude got caught smuggling 100 pounds of cocaine.

A 91-year-old man could become the world’s oldest drug trafficker after being charged with smuggling $1.5 million worth of cocaine. Victor Twartz faces a possible life sentence if he is convicted of bringing more than 100 pounds pounds of cocaine, concealed in soap bars, into Australia on a flight from India. Twartz, a retired surgeon from Sydney, told police he had met people in New Delhi after befriending them online. As he was about to board his return flight to Sydney after a recent visit, he claims that he was handed a bag that he was told contained gifts for someone in Australia, according to the Daily Mirror. A search of Twartz's luggage found 27 packages of soap which tested positive for cocaine. As Twartz left court, a reporter asked if he had been taken advantage of.  Victor's son, Peter Twartz, claims his father was caught up in a scam "He was going over there to sign a business contract that would release some funding to him and that is why he was going." he told Australia's ABC News. "There was some $10 million of inheritance that would be freed up and released to him. The soap were gifts for the bank manager at this end that would be clearing the funds." Peter said his father is a devout Seventh Day Adventist with no criminal background.

Source- A 91-year-old man could become the world’s oldest drug trafficker after being charged with smuggling $1.5 million worth of cocaine.
Victor Twartz faces a possible life sentence if he is convicted of bringing more than 100 pounds pounds of cocaine, concealed in soap bars, into Australia on a flight from India.
Twartz, a retired surgeon from Sydney, told police he had met people in New Delhi after befriending them online.
As he was about to board his return flight to Sydney after a recent visit, he claims that he was handed a bag that he was told contained gifts for someone in Australia, according to the Daily Mirror.
A search of Twartz’s luggage found 27 packages of soap which tested positive for cocaine.
As Twartz left court, a reporter asked if he had been taken advantage of.
Victor’s son, Peter Twartz, claims his father was caught up in a scam
“He was going over there to sign a business contract that would release some funding to him and that is why he was going.” he told Australia’s ABC News.
There was some $10 million of inheritance that would be freed up and released to him. The soap were gifts for the bank manager at this end that would be clearing the funds.”
Peter said his father is a devout Seventh Day Adventist with no criminal background.

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One Hundred pounds of Cocaine. This was not an old man just signing contracts. This ain’t an old man thats some crazy drug trafficking criminal. What we have here is a 91 year old man that was tired of being a pussy and looking at his twilight years, wants to get his hands dirty and be a bad boy for once in his life before he goes.

He has all the riches in the world. I mean life long surgeon that apparently just got a 10 million dollar inheritance? what is that even, is that real? Who the fuck is signing over that inheritance? Any who, he’s fucking loaded with cash. But at some point you look at yourself in the mirror and cant believe you never had had a run in with the law. You’ve been soft your whole life and you don’t want to die a pussy. If thats not his defense then as someone not his legal council, i highly recommend that that be the story. Maybe not legally, maybe just his memoirs. Listen, no one just brings back 100 pounds worth of soap bars into a country. Oh that was a gift? that gift sucks and you’re probably smuggling in drugs in these lame ass soap bar gifts then. This is what happens when someone soft gets tossed in a hardened career criminal scenario. The excuse sucks. Dont blame your self Victor Twartz, Just go out easily knowing you’re rich and can provide your family with wealth, and that you’re going out as the worlds oldest drug trafficker. Fin.