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Re: “Republicans 'super' plan for budget fix — tax poor

Well... at least this will fatten the rich for the slaughter!

As civilization collapses, I'll be the first to open a cannibal bar & grill that specializes in prime cuts of the shiniest sparkling people! Yum!!! ;P

Posted by Carl Vancil on 11/10/2011 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Asphyxia cause of Maumelle hot tub death

I take that to mean that he probably blacked out after too much meth, then pulled a Jimi Hendrix and suffocated.

Leave it to these to try to pin some charges on Brett Cummins over the meth, which if convicted, would also make him liable in any wrongful death suites brought forward by the deceased's family. The sad truth is, the guy got too high, passed out, and died. I'm not gonna climb up on a soap box here, but meth is dangerous. And I don't mean in the 'DARE' kind of scare-tactic BS that that's dangerous. I mean it's really dangerous. It was designed by the Nazis originally to evoke a berserker rage in the Wassen Shustaphel (Shock Troops), so that they would kill more efficiently and be affected less by any pain from injuries sustained while they were hyped up.

If meth doesn't get the user by way of a stroke, aneurism , or cardiac arrest, the calcium depletion will weaken the user in other ways, such as permanent psychosis. I've known several people who fell into the latter category, and a few that nearly died of stroke or cardiac related problems due to use.

No... in the end, the user has to take responsibility for their actions, ultimately. If the vic. did meth and died, then it's simply that --an OD. Regardless, Brett Cummins' media career is over, I think. It's never good for your reputation to wake up next to a corpse, regardless of how they got that way.

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Posted by Carl Vancil on 09/23/2011 at 2:01 PM

 

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