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Which drugs have you tried

Alcohol
- 65 (19.1%)
Tobacco
- 57 (16.7%)
Cannabis
- 59 (17.3%)
Ecstacy
- 14 (4.1%)
Methamphetamine
- 17 (5%)
Amphetamines
- 15 (4.4%)
Heroin
- 2 (0.6%)
LSD
- 22 (6.5%)
Cocaine
- 19 (5.6%)
Crack Cocaine
- 7 (2.1%)
Shrooms
- 28 (8.2%)
DMT
- 4 (1.2%)
Opium
- 13 (3.8%)
Salvia
- 15 (4.4%)
Mescaline (peyote etc.)
- 4 (1.2%)
Datura
- 0 (0%)

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bakerbaker

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Re: Drugs
« Reply #45 on: October 25, 2007, 01:35:06 PM »

I'm surprised so few people have tried peyote or mescaline
you live in california


i don't even think peyote is available this far north...
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Funk D

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« Reply #46 on: October 25, 2007, 03:30:04 PM »

Why isn't Huffin' gas or Robobuzz on here!  Geesh! :lol:

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« Reply #47 on: October 25, 2007, 04:09:20 PM »

Just tobacco, alcohol, and cannabis. And caffeine, though it isn't on here.  Caffeine and alcohol are the only two I do with any sort of regularity, and I don't drink alcohol that often (only once this month).
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« Reply #48 on: October 25, 2007, 07:59:50 PM »

I'm surprised so few people have tried peyote or mescaline
you live in california


i don't even think peyote is available this far north...
San Pedro cactus also carries the active ingredient Mescaline (albeit at lower concentrations) and is unregulated, it also grows more diversely.
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« Reply #49 on: October 25, 2007, 09:41:23 PM »

I found a 18" San Pedro in the grocery store a few years ago, just sitting there among the potted plants.
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« Reply #50 on: October 25, 2007, 10:19:11 PM »

I found a 18" San Pedro in the grocery store a few years ago, just sitting there among the potted plants.

Did you buy it? 
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Trobison

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« Reply #51 on: October 25, 2007, 10:25:45 PM »

Heck yea I bought it.  Because shoplifting a 18" cactus seemed like a bad idea.
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« Reply #52 on: October 25, 2007, 10:32:12 PM »

Heck yea I bought it.  Because shoplifting a 18" cactus seemed like a bad idea.

I was just making sure that you didn't pass up such a glaring opportunity. 
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mrapplecastle

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« Reply #53 on: October 25, 2007, 10:32:53 PM »

I found a 18" San Pedro in the grocery store a few years ago, just sitting there among the potted plants.
...maybe I need to start checking the grocery stores I go to
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Bill Brasky

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« Reply #54 on: October 26, 2007, 07:38:03 PM »

I wonder who tried crack?

5. crack  288 up, 41 down       (From Urban Dictionary)
 
 Otherwise known as crack-cocaine, this illegal drug is a mixture of two parts cocaine and one part baking soda. This chemical process reverts the powder-cocaine mkaing process by one step, producing a smokable form of the naturally found alkaloid cocaine. Because of its nature as an inhalable substance, the high is quicker and more intense, leading to a larger number of addicts. In present society, it is considered to be much more distasteful to use crack-cocaine then powder-cocaine as crack is mainly viewed as a drug for poor people whereas powder cocaine is used by a richer constituancy. Contrary to popular belief, crack-cocaine is not freebase cocaine. Freebase cocaine is a mixture of cocaine, ether, and other dangerous and combustable materials. Baking soda was replaced as the ingredient in the 1980's to make production easier and less dangerous. Either way, crack and freebase cocaine produce the same smokable form of the drug.

 



I think the poll is a little low. 
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EclecticBuddha

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« Reply #55 on: October 26, 2007, 07:54:04 PM »

Quote
Baking soda was replaced as the ingredient in the 1980's to make production easier and less dangerous.

the market at work baby lol
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« Reply #56 on: October 26, 2007, 09:23:34 PM »

I wonder who tried crack?

5. crack  288 up, 41 down       (From Urban Dictionary)
 
 Otherwise known as crack-cocaine, this illegal drug is a mixture of two parts cocaine and one part baking soda. This chemical process reverts the powder-cocaine mkaing process by one step, producing a smokable form of the naturally found alkaloid cocaine. Because of its nature as an inhalable substance, the high is quicker and more intense, leading to a larger number of addicts. In present society, it is considered to be much more distasteful to use crack-cocaine then powder-cocaine as crack is mainly viewed as a drug for poor people whereas powder cocaine is used by a richer constituancy. Contrary to popular belief, crack-cocaine is not freebase cocaine. Freebase cocaine is a mixture of cocaine, ether, and other dangerous and combustable materials. Baking soda was replaced as the ingredient in the 1980's to make production easier and less dangerous. Either way, crack and freebase cocaine produce the same smokable form of the drug.

 



I think the poll is a little low. 

The number 4 seems pretty low, but 4 out of (currently) 46 voters is quite a bit higher of a ratio than the general population. I'm not sure how this poll is tallying 4 of 46 as 1.8 percent of voters; it should be more like 8.6 percent. I'm guessing it's tallying every vote cast and dividing the individual categories by that number, which is giving misleading results.
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« Reply #57 on: October 27, 2007, 01:18:32 AM »

Heck yea I bought it.  Because shoplifting a 18" cactus seemed like a bad idea.

I laughed at this almost as much as at your "I figured it was just aliens" post. I really wish I could hit [applaud] right now.
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« Reply #58 on: October 27, 2007, 08:23:25 AM »

Heck yea I bought it.  Because shoplifting a 18" cactus seemed like a bad idea.

I laughed at this almost as much as at your "I figured it was just aliens" post. I really wish I could hit [applaud] right now.

I fucking shared that line with people at work the next day.   :lol:
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Bill Brasky

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« Reply #59 on: October 27, 2007, 03:34:52 PM »

I wonder who tried crack?

5. crack  288 up, 41 down       (From Urban Dictionary)
 
 Otherwise known as crack-cocaine, this illegal drug is a mixture of two parts cocaine and one part baking soda. This chemical process reverts the powder-cocaine mkaing process by one step, producing a smokable form of the naturally found alkaloid cocaine. Because of its nature as an inhalable substance, the high is quicker and more intense, leading to a larger number of addicts. In present society, it is considered to be much more distasteful to use crack-cocaine then powder-cocaine as crack is mainly viewed as a drug for poor people whereas powder cocaine is used by a richer constituancy. Contrary to popular belief, crack-cocaine is not freebase cocaine. Freebase cocaine is a mixture of cocaine, ether, and other dangerous and combustable materials. Baking soda was replaced as the ingredient in the 1980's to make production easier and less dangerous. Either way, crack and freebase cocaine produce the same smokable form of the drug.

 



I think the poll is a little low. 

The number 4 seems pretty low, but 4 out of (currently) 46 voters is quite a bit higher of a ratio than the general population. I'm not sure how this poll is tallying 4 of 46 as 1.8 percent of voters; it should be more like 8.6 percent. I'm guessing it's tallying every vote cast and dividing the individual categories by that number, which is giving misleading results.

Yeah, its not a real accurate cross section to begin with.  I'm not saying the board is loaded with drug addicts, but theres an inordinately higher number of recreational user types here as opposed to a general survey of citizens.  Given that fact, since the numbers of other substances might be elevated in comparison with the number of those surveyed, crack seems low. 

Example:  There are 48 polled (a day later).  If you went out in the street and picked 48 people at random, I dont think you'll get 41 people who have tried pot.  So, out of that high ratio of people who are more willing to experiment, nobody ever passed them a pipe with a chunk of rock in it?  I'm not saying I actually disbelieve it, but maybe its just an anomoly because people never actually sat down and had a crack-smokin session.  I'll bet more people have taken a whack or two off the pipe than clicked that option. 
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