Also, Mitt Romney says the "worst" part of Obamacare is that "the federal government will get between you and your doctor." Just like Republicans do with patients and doctors at Planned Parenthood, right Mitt?
I feel like ever since I did shrooms, molly, and ketamine [both just says apart], my memory has been really shitty… Like, I can’t remember what I had for lunch today shitty. It kinda scares me, but at the same time, why should I bother remembering stupid details?
The meaningless memories DO come back if I try hard enough to remember, but it’s still pretty weird that it happens…
Anyways, the positives definitely outweigh the few negatives that came with doing shrooms and K [I actually think the memory thing was the only negative…] but I was wondering, has anybody else had this problem?
It was my first time doing both the K and the shrooms, but not the molly.
To the shock and awe of only people over the age of 45, the cannibal wasn’t on bath salts.
I could have told everyone this ages ago. But whatever. It’s more important to continue to the drug prohibition by creating sensationalist tripe than it is to report the truth.
Also (the article doesn’t cover this but, jesus, everyone should know), no matter what any asshole police officers say: bath salts are nothing like LSD. I kind of thought that was obvious since bath salt are stimulants and LSD are hallucinogens.
EDIT: I do want to point out that I am not suggesting that bath salts are harmless. They aren’t. They are addictive. If taken in large quantities, you could do some whacked out shit (like murder someone). Bath Salts are really just like weak meth with all the same health and psychological risks. But basically, I believe that we shouldn’t just slap some drug with something so taboo as cannibalism when they wasn’t any evidence suggesting that was the case.
Reblogging this shit cause I’m sick of hearing uninformed morons say that LSD turns you into a cannibal.
Allstate Amazon American Airlines Apple Applebee’s Best Buy Clorox Coca-Cola (which manufactures Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Fanta, Vitamin Water, and Dasani) Costco Delta Airlines Ford Gap (which also owns Banana Republic and Old Navy) General Motors Gerber Baby Products Hilton Hotels Home Depot IMB Levi’s Marriot International McDonald’s Microsoft Nationwide Nike Olive Garden Pepsico (which manufactures Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, Sobe Life Water, Lipton Iced Tea, Amp energy drinks, and Aquafina) Procter and Gamble (which manufactures literally almost all home/bath products you buy at the grocery store) Red Lobster Rite Aid Sears Southwest Airlines Starbucks State Farm Target United Airlines UPS Walgreens Walt Disney Company
Lately I have been feeling the desire to do absolutely nothing.
Graduating from FIU was a huge relief for me. I thought that most of my problems would be over after graduation. Instead, I find myself wanting to leave my job more and more as the days pass by. I come in late, I leave early, I don’t do work. It’s pretty pitiful. Of course, I do what most people would do, and I start looking for another job. The thing is, though, that I do not want another job. I just do not want to work. Period.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I desire freedom. That is probably why I love to travel. But lately it’s been different. I feel so tied down by the system that is currently in place. Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm. We work 5 days a week in order to have two days off. Two days. We wait an entire FIVE DAYS for these two days of bliss. For these two days of personal time. For these two days of freedom. What kind of life style is that? Is this really what we have become?
We are made out to be worker ants. We carry upon our shoulders loads and loads of never ending stress in order to feed the system. To make IT work - not us. It does not work for us. We work for IT.
I am not made out to work 9:00 - 5:00 Monday through Friday. Nobody is. We are just manipulated into believing that that is the only successful and right way to live.
But I no longer want to have a job, at least not in that way. I know it is not easy to break free from this system, but that is just what frustrates me even more. I feel like I cannot break free…
I want to be able to wake up at whatever hour of the day I want - not when my alarm clock screams into my ear. I want to be able to venture out into the city and enjoy the pleasures of life even though it is a Wednesday. I want to be able to enjoy the weather - however it may be - with the sun still out. I want to be able to go to bed at whatever hour of the night without worrying about the fact that I have to wake up early the next day.
THAT is how life should be.
But I understand the the system which is in place has a tight hold right now, so I acknowledge that in the end, I need a job. I have bills to pay, and dreams which require money [unfortunately] in order to achieve. Is it possible to find a fulfilling job that pays well and isn’t Monday - Friday 9:00-5:00?