Marijuana is a memory loss drug. How does he know he has a problem?
Good point, the video is the stuff of fucking legends:Do you have a link to the actual story? Sounds interesting...
He should hire Jared Leto as John Henry. Or Scarlett Johansson.The bullshit never ends.
He should just flat out tell them to go fuck themselves.
You know you’ve hit rock bottom when you wake up at 2:30am to find yourself on your living room couch, TV tuned to Adult Swim, empty junk food wrapper on your coffee table, while your wife and kids are asleep in their beds. Damn marijuana junkies.I'm Just a Middle-Aged House Dad Addicted to Pot
Cannabis should be legal, just as alcohol should be legal. But marijuana addiction exists, and it almost wrecked my life.
By Neal Pollack | Oct. 6, 2018
Mr. Pollack is a writer.
AUSTIN, Tex. — My name is Neal, and I’m a marijuana addict.
Verne Troyer's dead? Shit didn't know that, and from depression too.
The worlds of veganism and BDSM collide! Wow!PHUKET (AFP) - As burning incense fills the air, devotees in trances force skewers and swords through their cheeks in ritualistic acts underpinning southern Thailand's colourful - and seemingly painful - vegetarian festival.
The Taoist "Nine Emperor Gods" event held on the holiday island of Phuket began on Oct 9 and coincides with observances of Chinese communities across the region who refrain from meat and other indulgences such as drinking and gambling.
Participants on the island - which has a sizeable Chinese population - go above and beyond, piercing cheeks and tongues with an assortment of blades, spikes, skewers and other, more exotic items - including petrol pumps.
The festival did not take place last year because of a lengthy mourning period following the death of the Thai king in October 2016.
But on Friday (Oct 12), it was back in full swing.
One man stuck two wrenches through his right cheek, while another shook his head side to side and cut his tongue with an axe blade, blood dripping down his chest.
A fishing rod, anchor and part of a palm leaf were also put to use, as festival-goers marched in processions with the items poking out of their mouths.
"The pierced men are the deities who descend down to Earth to show their miracles, and the piercing means that the deities suffer so that people's sins are cleansed," said Mr Pathompong Reanthong, 24, one of the organisers.
"The key to this festival is for the people to observe the religious precepts, and rid themselves of meat consumption. It's actually a festival to ward off bad luck," he added.
Many work themselves into a trance before piercing, which is said to numb the pain.
Participants are expected not to eat meat during the festival.
The celebration dates back to 1825, according to local folklore, when a visiting Chinese opera troupe fell ill.
They are believed to have adopted a vegetarian diet and carried out Taoist rituals in an effort to improve their health.
Walking across hot coals is also incorporated into the final stages of the event, which is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people.