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Depends on the individual.

Man comes home he's in jail but his rep is two bodies.

He stays out there, he could easily be "foreigner", "English", "British" "Mo Farrah" etc... and bottom of the chain relegated to getting man juice from bottle shop 2 miles away, and it might even be a chain that might not even be eating, or a chain so crazy where man sees same thing gonna happen here as it already did back home and I'd rather be in a UK jail.

Why are you typing like this? It makes no sense!

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Bro I'm not gna lie I don't know what ur  talking about.   Pls tell me more about your opinion  

i just dont understand why there's any wonder why people who sing they will dip this and that, run up and end him and them befall the same style of death themselves.  you put it out in the univer

 

Depends on the individual.

Man comes home he's in jail but his rep is two bodies.

He stays out there, he could easily be "foreigner", "English", "British" "Mo Farrah" etc... and bottom of the chain relegated to getting man juice from bottle shop 2 miles away, and it might even be a chain that might not even be eating, or a chain so crazy where man sees same thing gonna happen here as it already did back home and I'd rather be in a UK jail.

Why are you typing like this? It makes no sense!

 

 

cos he's an idiot

 

i especially liked the part about 'gettin man juice from bottle shop'

 

 

shopping based hierarchies have been a prevailing theme in vip2 folklore

 

i like it

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Depends on the individual.

Man comes home he's in jail but his rep is two bodies.

He stays out there, he could easily be "foreigner", "English", "British" "Mo Farrah" etc... and bottom of the chain relegated to getting man juice from bottle shop 2 miles away, and it might even be a chain that might not even be eating, or a chain so crazy where man sees same thing gonna happen here as it already did back home and I'd rather be in a UK jail.

Why are you typing like this? It makes no sense!

 

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Really true about mental illness in young black men

more like sh!t parenting and the breakdown of our real culture,anything to get that gangster rep quite sickening tbh

There's this but there's a real problem with actual mental health issues that aren't addressed

Aren't addressed by who? Go talk to any NHS psychiatrist in London pretty sure they'll tell you that they're aware of this but won't say it because they'll be called racist
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I'm asking what do you mean that mental health problems in the black community aren't addressed? by di establishhmunt, or by the black community? Wasn't contradicting just pointing out that if you meant the former, then I'm sure it's something that te mental health system IS aware of

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Smh at what they try say the causes are

This is why its not being treated as saying it's due to bad housing, unemployment and racism is a cop out

More pc bullshit

Down to genes and how they are triggered but so much more to this

So much double speak from these daems you got to be careful

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2013/02February/Pages/Five-mental-disorders-genetic-links.aspx

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It's partly a cultural issue

Behavior that is normal in other cultures can seem not normal here. Eg Africans are louder, less reserved etc than uptight british people. Also due to blacks in te UK being more likely to live in poverty which also has a strong connection with mental health problems. Also because of heavy use of marijuana in black community

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Police hunt for 'thug who punched lawyer as he pushed past her on crowded London bus'

 

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Ms Cannon alleges this man hit her in the ribs

 

This is the man police are seeking to question after a prominent woman barrister alleged she was punched on a crowded London bus.

 
Sophia Cannon, 40, a rights campaigner and TV commentator, claims the “smiling” man hit her in the ribs as he shoved past her on a double-decker in Brixton. She managed to photograph her alleged attacker.
 
Ms Cannon, a mother of six-year-old twins, told how she had been on her way to Westminster last Tuesday at about 6.30pm for an event at think tank the Centre for Social Justice.
 
Unable to get a train because the Brixton Tube was temporarily closed due to overcrowding, she boarded a No 3 bus. She told the Standard: “I was near the front where the driver is and this guy got on and was pushing through everyone. It was a crowded bus.
 
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“It makes you worried about catching public transport. I’m just livid. It’s this casual male violence. You hear it from other women.”

"She is currently writing a book, Undercover Mutha, detailing her own “radical approach” to single motherhood."

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“It makes you worried about catching public transport. I’m just livid. It’s this casual male violence. You hear it from other women.”

"She is currently writing a book, Undercover Mutha, detailing her own “radical approach” to single motherhood."

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She said she supported the idea of reintroducing women-only sections on public transport: “Wouldn’t that be nice just to have a ladies-only carriage again? I think they can bring those back.” 

 

 

Some strange woman.

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Don Crack, you might benefit from this..

The article you posted and this article below (+ most other articles on mm) is the bullshit that they write...

 

 

What is flakka? Florida's dangerous new drug trend

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Police in south Florida have seen a growing number of cases of bizarre and uncontrollable behavior linked to a street drug called flakka, one of the newer chemicals in the booming category of synthetic or designer drugs.

In Fort Lauderdale last month, a man tried to break down the front door of a local precinct and told police officers he was high on flakka. A few weeks later, another man who said he had just smoked flakka impaled himself while trying to scale a fence around the police station. In Lake Worth, a city in Palm Beach County, a man armed with a gun -- and naked -- stood on a rooftop and announced, "I feel delusional, and I'm hallucinating!" He told authorities he had vaped flakka with an e-cigarette.

Flakka is a designer drug that can be snorted, smoked, injected or swallowed. It may also be combined with other, softer drugs such as marijuana.

Flakka is most typically made from the chemical alpha-PVP, which is a synthetic version of the amphetamine-like stimulant cathinone. Cathinones are chemicals derived from the khat plant grown in the Middle East and Somalia, where the leaves are frequently chewed for a euphoric buzz.

It's the same class of chemical that's used to make so-called bath salts, a drug that was found to be behind a number of alarming incidents, including the case of a man in Miami who allegedly chewed another man's face while high on bath salts in 2012.

The immediate and long-term effects of cathinones can rival some of the strongest crystal meth and cocaine.

Jim Hall, an epidemiologist at the Center for Applied Research on Substance Use and Health Disparities at Nova Southeastern University in Broward County, Florida, told CBS News that cathinones are the next, even more potent class of drugs to take over where MDMA leaves off. MDMA, known widely as Molly, has been the cause of a number of fatalities and the recent round of overdoses that hospitalized a dozen people at Wesleyan University.

Hall says the drug is designed to cause the brain to flood with dopamine, a hormone that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers, and then block the transmitters, producing an intense feeling of euphoria. "Normally when dopamine would be released, even naturally or even with other drugs, it then gets reuptaked -- it goes back to its original transmitting neuron," said Hall. "But in this case, its reuptake is blocked so it remains there."

Taking additional flakka while already high -- a practice known as "snacking" -- or combining cathinones with other drugs often leads to serious health complications including rapid heart rate, agitation, extreme aggression and psychosis.

"We're starting to see a rash of cases of a syndrome referred to as excited delirium," said Hall. "This is where the body goes into hyperthermia, generally a temperature of 105 degrees. The individual becomes psychotic, they often rip off their clothes and run out into the street violently and have an adrenaline-like strength and police are called and it takes four or five officers to restrain them. Then once they are restrained, if they don't receive immediate medical attention they can die."

The drug's name appears to have several meanings, says Hall. The word flaca means skinny in Spanish. "When we first heard the word we thought it was referring to the fact that it's a strong stimulant, almost all stimulants have an appetite depressant quality to them, an almost anorexic quality."

But Hall said flakka is also a Hispanic colloquial word that means a "beautiful, elegant woman who charms all she meets." The drug name also may be associated with a famous hip-hop artist Waka Flocka Flame.

In recent years there's been a rise in the number of national crime lab reports for cathinones, along with a decline in cases involving MDMA, which is the active chemical in both Molly and Ecstasy.

Hall says designer drugs like flakka are not always pure, which means that frequently the customer and dealer don't actually know what's in the product. Hall says that in 2013 there were a total of 126 reported deaths tied to synthetic cathinone in Florida.

"One of the kind of 21st century trends in drug supply is creating new brand names like flakka and building its popularity and then selling anything," said Hall, who authored a report on the designer drug market in Florida. "Elsewhere in the country [flakka is] actually quite a popular drug. It's often sold under the street name gravel because of its crystal, small, lumped-up appearance that looks like grainy pebbles or gravel in an aquarium."

Hall added that there have been recent reports of a designer drug marketed as flakka in Ohio and Houston as well as Florida.

Flakka is one of a number of cathinone-based drugs that are produced in China and sold online to small-time drug gangs in the U.S. And the business is lucrative. Hall says that with small investment of only a few thousand dollars, a dealer can walk away with as much as $75,000.

"The main issue with this whole category is that the user just doesn't know what they're taking or the strength of what they're taking, and literally they are the guinea pigs," he said. "We're referring to these as the guinea pig drugs. Often the dealer might not even know what they're selling."

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/flakka-floridas-dangerous-new-drug-trend/

Here's something more akin to the truth..

In 2012 WFOR, the CBS station in Miami, set off a worldwide media frenzy when it suggested that "bath salts," a generic label for various synthetic cathinones (stimulants that resemble the active ingredient in qat), had turned a man named Rudy Eugene into a flesh-eating zombie. Toxicological tests eventually showed that Eugene had not consumed any of those stimulants. If that episode had any sort of chastening effect on WFOR's news staff, it is not apparent in Carey Codd's recent report on a guy who tried to break into a Fort Lauderdale police station and later told the cops he had taken "flakka," a.k.a. alpha-PVP, which was one of 10 synthetic cathinones banned by the Drug Enforcement Administration last year. According to police, James West said he was trying to get help because he was being chased by several cars. What happened next is not quite as horrifying as Rudy Eugene's face-mangling assault on Ronald Poppo:

When pulling and kicking the front door didn't work, that's when [West] was seen [on security camera video] grabbing big rocks, trying to break through the hurricane-resistant glass. The most he got was a crack. That's when police said he took off running into the officers' parking lot, where he was captured.

Codd shows the video of West "going crazy on that door" to Nabil El Sanadi, a local emergency room physician, who claims it shows the "superhuman strength" with which flakka endows its users. El Sanadi, Codd, and Sgt. Ted Taranu of the Broward Sheriff's Office use the phrase "superhuman strength" or "super strength" five times during the two-and-a-half minute story. Yet Codd says West "violently and with every ounce of strength in his body tried to get inside," and "the most he got was a crack." I guess superhuman strength isn't what it used to be.

Without a toxicological test that apparently was not performed, we really don't know what West took, and neither does he. In a story posted last week, Codd said flakka is alpha-PVP, then immediately contradicted that equivalency with a quote from Tarnau:

"You got no idea what's in it when you take it," Taranu said. "It's whatever the person puts in it to sell it."

That problem is a predictable feature of the black market created by prohibition, a policy that also explains the proliferation of unfamiliar drugs aimed at staying a step ahead of the law. But let's say West took alpha-PVP. Codd presents his reaction as typical or at least common, saying "many who use [flakka] lose touch with reality" and "many on the drug hallucinate." A good rule of thumb is that if a drug user ends up on the news, his behavior is probably pretty unusual, notwithstanding Codd's implication to the contrary. Last week Codd warned that flakka "could be the hot new drug of choice." As with every other drug that is said to be both extremely dangerous and extremely popular, it is hard to reconcile those two claims, assuming that people generally do not want to end up in police custody with a bandaged face.

For what it's worth, Erowid has two accounts from alpha-PVP users, one of whom likes the drug and calls it "a completely misunderstood compound." The other user says the stimulant raised his heart rate uncomfortably and was "not worth my time." Neither of them tried to break into a police station.

http://reason.com/blog/2015/03/13/flakka-user-demonstrates-superhuman-stre

You'll probably continue posting sh*t without cross referencing anything or even reading the sh*t yourself beyond the silly headlines.

but o well

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