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  1. Just a little joke. I couldn't resist. I was kind of looking for a reply like Forrest Gump got. No you IDIOT!!! If they were just readers I would think he would still be able to see well enough to find his car....
  2. If they were just readers I would think he would still be able to see well enough to find his car....
  3. Maybe that's part of the problem. Natural selection has not been allowed to work properly.
  4. I don't know. I try to avoid the stuff because I know it's prob not great for your health and other people look at it and think I bet this will get you high.
  5. BOONE COUNTY, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) - West Virginia State Police are seeing an alarming drug trend in Boone County. Police said on Monday wasp spray is being used as an alternative form of meth. "We're seeing this here on the streets in Boone County," Sgt. Charles Sutphin said. "People are making a synthetic type methamphetamine out of wasp spray." State Police now have reason to believe it played a role in three overdoses last week. "In my opinion, drugs are so bad around here. It's so available to people, and then all the time trying things new that we wouldn't even think about," Diana Ferguson said. On Friday, stores in Boone County reported selling nearly 30 cans of the spray. Sgt. Sutphin said the physical effects are erratic behavior and extreme swelling and redness of the hands and feet. "From what we're being told, if you use it, you know, you might use it one or twice and be fine, but the third time when your body hits that allergic reaction, it can kill you," Sutphin said. The challenge is how to treat these symptoms and prevent the use of this legal, cheap product for harm. "It's a cheap fix, and you don't know what their overall result of their usage of this is going to be," Sutphin said. State Police in Boone County are working closely with poison control and local medical centers to determine best treatment for someone using wasp spray as a drug. They are also in the process of putting this information out to other local agencies in West Virginia and potentially nationwide. "We have great grand babies, and to think what they're going to grow up in, and what's going to be available to them, and what people are going to get them to try... It's really scary," Ferguson said.
  6. Looks to me like he's going to jail. 12 months - 53 days credit looks like the minimum up to 36 months plus probation after.
  7. Isn't Matthews International the company that bought out the Reynoldsville Casket company and closed it ?
  8. I have to love the ads for this thread. As pictured.
  9. pwacm

    KARMA

    That's a long story not very wide but long. Karma is right. Play stupid games win stupid prizes.
  10. The song One Bourbon, one Scotch, and one Beer popped into my head. Only it's one bourbon, one uranium, and one rattlesnake.
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