Tag Archive: Amphetamines


The Smoking Gun has the tale of another facial flesh biting and chewing attack.

This time an affidavit claims that the suspect in the case was using methamphetamine at the time of the attack.

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It’s another bloody scene with an apparent drug connection. For the details on the grisly attack, please click on the story for the Smoking Gun.

Once upon a time, St. Patrick’s day used to be a fun little holiday that consisted of children finding leprechaun dust and using green frosting to decorate shamrock cookies.

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Perhaps your little wee’un wore a green cocked hat, and perhaps paraded around in red beard to celebrate a holiday that most people have no idea of its origins.

Truth be told, this author is a little fuzzy on the origins of the day, and a quick check of the wikipedia reminds me:

Saint Patrick’s Day (Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig (The Festival of Patrick); Ulster-Scots: Saunt Petherick’s Day)[2] is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated on 17 March. The tradition came about at the instigation of the Irish Protestant organisation The Knights of St. Patrick. The inaugural parade took place on 17 March 1783.

Well especially in America, if there are any religious connections remaining with this holiday, they are paid in tribute to the patron saint of alcohol.

On the one day where everyone can celebrate being Irish (many call this, and Cinco de Mayo, amateur hours), liquor stores and supermarkets publicize, market, and pander to the partying consumer.

Chances are most people have seen the Guinness clock display that either shows up in bars or stores that sell alcohol reminding drinkers how many minutes are left until St. Patty’s day. Kids see these cool countdown devices when they are visiting their local grocery store. They too know the hour is near.

But there’s a whole other St Patrick’s Day passion. Teen marijuana smokers won’t be green with envy on this holiday. They will stock up and store their supply to celebrate this storied holiday. Regardless of whether it is Sativa or Indica, for teen pot smokers it’s time to celebrate 420 on 3/17.

So when parents look at their teens and think about how the novelty of the holiday has long passed by, they should remind themselves that they need to give their children much more than a little pinch because their teens aren’t wearing green clothing.

This is a great time for parents to ask their children questions like “what are you doing for St. Patrick’s Day” or “how are you spending this day?” Since the holiday falls on Saturday, you may have more teen revelers than normal. It could be a good time to remind your kid that green beer (another marketing ploy to sell beer) is not only uncool, but it’s also illegal for teens. And parents should remind their kids that the other green, marijuana is illegal, and not tolerated in your family.

You could also remind them to say “no” if they are asked if they would like a “greenie.” That’s the street term for amphetamines. There’s no holiday excuse for your kids to be popping pills on St. Patty’s Day.

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A drug raid at a college campus isn’t really much of a surprise.   But seeing kids caught with a cornucopia of drugs at Texas Christian University may open a few eyes.

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The bust happened Wednesday morning at campus, and all of the people arrested are current students at the school.

The busts were the result of a six month operation in which those arrested sold drugs to undercover narcotics officers.

“There is no doubt, all of those arrested today, are drug dealers,” said Steve McGee, TCU Chief of Police.

McGee also revealed that the investigation began after his department received tips from students and parents.

“This shows that TCU students, staff and the community will not tolerate this kind of behavior on the TCU campus,” said McGee.

McGee said those arrested were selling marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy in both powder and pill form, LSD and prescription drugs including Xanax, hydrocodone and other opiates similar to Oxycontin.

Some of those arrested were players on the TCU football team.   This serves as a reminder to parents that students with good grades or star athletes can become drug abusers.

You can bet that most of these kids didn’t just pick this habit up when they went off to college.   Some of them started at a younger age.    This is the time for parents to realize how much work is needed to help keep their kids drug free.

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