Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Turns out crystal meth is not addictive after all

“Almost every adult in that area (of North Korea) has experienced using ice and not just once,” says Kim Seok-hyang, who co-authored the study. “I estimate that at least 40% to 50% are seriously addicted to the drug.”

How North Koreans kick their meth habit is unclear. Prof. Kim, a former Unification Ministry official who now lectures at Ewha Womans University, says some of the refugees she interviewed for the study deny that ice is addictive at all.

“They say you can stop it whenever you want. All you need to do is sleep all day long, for three or four days,” she says. More here:

Ok, you got that?  Just call your boss and tell him you accidentally got hooked on crystal meth and you need a week or so to kick the habit.  Tell him you'll be in next week fresh as a daisy, he'll understand.

It seems to me there are peeps who will believe anything they're told. They go around getting (accidentally) hooked on crystal meth and the like.  You know what else they do?  They go into a voting booth and vote on your liberty.  But don't worry, they're very well informed.

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