Monthly Archives: March 2009
it says cocaine, heroin, alcohol , vicodin shes my addiction
Resolved Question: What is the song by Static X that says cocaine, heroin, alcohol, vicodin shes my addiction?
Considering a common question: should narcotics, currently illegal, be made legal?
As I see it, there are three solutions to narcotics use. Either, prohibition of all narcotics (note: this would ban alcohol and tobacco as well), prohibition of none (all drugs legal), or a mixed approach, like we currently have, where some drugs are illegal (like heroin, cocaine, marijuana) are some are not (alcohol, tobacco, salvia).
I think the answer has to depend on how you view the role of government. Is it the government’s job to protect us from ourselves? Or should the government protect our rights, even if that includes the right to hurt ourselves?
So, what is (or should be) the role of government in our society? Should we be protected from ourselves? Should we not? How does that affect the solution to narcotics use? All prohibited? None? Some?
And, if you answer some, which drugs should be legal and which should not? Should the adverse health effects be the deciding factor in whether or not a substance is legal? Should the drug’s propensity to cause addiction? Which drugs would you make/keep illegal? Which would you legalize?
How does your view on the role of government affect your choice?
I’ve been hearing that someone found out about my cocaine addiction and they have already told someone else that didn’t know. How do I handle this if it gets around all of school? Should I deny it? I don’t want a reputation as a crackhead! And please no rude comments like don’t be doing drugs in the first place cause I’m getting help.
so alot of the “cool kids” do drugs in my highschool(0o0ohh, shocker right?)
anyways, theres a group of the “popular girls” who are practically ruining their lives. They started smoking weed, and now are on bigger things, like crack/cocaine, herion, acid, shrooms, you know.
and everyone of them insists that they dont have problems, or addictions. and its really sad, because none of them have really reilized how much shhit they have gotten them selvs into. i mean, some of the girls have even gone to juvi, and rehab. but yet, THEY STILL HAVENT LEARNED THEIR LESSON.
they just go around, like their the greatest things, and the sad part is, their all prolly gonna die before they turn 25.
why do people do what they do? i mean, is there nothing else on this planet to do other than ruin their bodies and minds with drugs??? where are everyones morals? where the helll are everyones parents?
i just wish that these girls would reilize that they’re turning there lives into worthless nothings, you know?
I need motivation to stop snorting cocaine. Part of me knows that what I’m doing is killing me, but the other side of me never wants to stop. I’m 14 years old and I desperately want help before my addiction gets worse. I can’t go to rehab because my parents do not know about my addiction and would kill me if they found out. So can anyone give me some helpful words to help me get on the path of sobering?
Thanks for those who answer.
please no rude or mean comments I’m just trying to get help. I know its my fault for even trying it in the first place
OK, I just got this to my head and got this question about it. OK, I don’t know If you guys know that when couples that do drugs (Cocaine, pot, etc.) when they decide to have a baby they stop smoking or sniffing for a while, specially the female.
Now, My question is. If a teen born from a father and a mother that were pot heads or crackheads or whatever, he (The boy) does drugs, is there a chance that the addiction gets to him faster than a normal teen who’s parents were never using any drugs?
I mean they stopped using the drug to have the child but I personally doubt that it works like that, a life time doing drugs and just because they stop doing it for a few weeks to have the child, don’t mean that they are consequence free.
Will the teen have a larger percentage of becoming an addict faster than any other drug abuser?
Also how will the parent’s drug abuse will affect him, other than the bad example they are giving the boy.
thankx in advance.
you didn’t understand the questions..
I’m not a user but I was asked to do a poem for one of my nursing classes based on a patient Ive had recently. My last patient, a cocaine addict, gave me a lot of insight into his addiction so I though he’d be perfect. Let me know what you think! Thanks! 😀
I’m married to the women of white.
A ghostly kiss sends chills down my spine,
quickens me heart,
and burns holes in my soul.
She takes my hand and my pain fades.
Always on my mind,
she’ll never let me go.
Even my shadow has left my side
and I yet our destructive romance persists.
They say there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel,
So I continue to walk.
But in this pit,
walking just gets me deeper;
deeper in love with her;
from this day forward,
until death do us part.