Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Nooz

"Reports of candy-flavored methamphetamine are emerging around the nation, stirring concern among police and abuse prevention experts that drug dealers are marketing the drug to younger people."

...as if there wasn't enough tooth loss involved with Meth in the first place? I'm beginning to think the Dental industry has a hand in this. This is 'win-win' for them.

The media is reporting on this like it's the first highly-addictive, tasty powder to hit the streets. News Flash: We already have that. They're called Pixie Stix. The concern is that making it taste like candy will lure kids into using it. If you really want to make an adolescent boy use it, make it taste like tits.

Saying people use meth because it tastes good is like saying people use cocaine because it smells good. I'm guessing it's not about the taste, it's about the high. If it was the flavor they were hooked on they would just smoke a Kit Kat bar.

Maybe this will open doors to other flavored drugs? Maybe they should make weed that tastes like Cheetos? Kill two birds with one stoner.

I don't condone using drugs, but if Reese's puts out a version I may have to try it.



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