GMTV on Ivory Wave and Legal Highs – (link is now dead, but it was all about the horrors of this killer legal drug)
*gets his knees a-jerking*
Right. First off I’d never heard of ‘Ivory Wave’ before this. Now I know it’s obviously good stuff, and they even show you how you can Google it to buy some! Yay them!
Umm… I bet more people have died after an allergic reaction to a cup of tea in the last year. Nasty stuff that PG Tips is!
Ironically, I’d never heard of Mephedrone before the press started baying about it, either. I got straight on t’internet and bought some after seeing a local news reporter take some on TV to show it’s ‘horrific’ effects – which seemed pretty damned good to me!
I didn’t die. I didn’t get addicted. I didn’t turn into a criminal. It didn’t turn me into a raving psychotic. OK, so I may have been a raving psychotic BEFORE, but meh…
Besides, if they did contain any traces of an illegal drug, then they WOULDN’T BE FUCKING ‘LEGAL’, WOULD THEY?!?
Alcohol, tobacco and coffee are clearly more deadly in all areas, and kill more people PER DAY than Ivory Wave has EVER killed. And yet here we go again with the media jumping on the bandwagon to get it banned just like Mephedrone.
And what do they think will happen to the people who wanted to take these ‘legal highs’ when they ban them?
I’ll tell you what – they’ll go out and buy the equivalent illegal drug. The same illegal drug which is completely unregulated, with no comeback on suppliers, which doesn’t pay any tax, which funds criminals, and which almost certainly WILL be mixed with other illegal drugs at best and bleach or some other deadly product at worst.
Plus for their quick dose they run the risk of getting a criminal record and ruining their lives. On some recreational subject proven to be safer than alcohol and tobacco?!
Get a fucking grip and stop buying into this knee-jerk bullshit that the press and Governments force-feed you, and have a go at thinking for yourself and making your own choices!
***NOW READ THIS NOTE!***
It’s come to my attention that it might not come across as well as intended that this blog is dripping with SARCASM! I DO NOT advise anyone to go out and buy Ivory Wave or any other drug – I’m not going to.
Having said that, I want to have the CHOICE to, after I’ve researched it and if I decide it’s anything I’d be interested in. And if, as it appears, it’s safer than the can of cider I’m drinking as I type this, then why the Hell should I not be allowed to make that choice?