The question is, do the trees mind?

Meet flakka, the drug police say is making people run around nude and have sex with trees

No? So what’s the problem?

13 thoughts on “The question is, do the trees mind?”

  1. The fact is, most people, even journalists, don’t know how to really drink to excess. I mean, REALLY drink. Because if you really knock them back then this sort of thing happens on alcohol as well. (Especially if you know someone who can get hold of some pure ethanol.)

  2. Tel said:
    “most people, even journalists, don’t know how to really drink to excess”

    I was very impressed recently with the Glaswegians’ dedication to drinking.

    When I don’t have anything to do all day except drink, I don’t generally get out of bed until at least mid-morning. But in Glasgow last week I saw several people who had got up early enough to be incapably drunk by half past nine in the morning.

    Truly an example to us all.

  3. Walking from Queen St (Weegie station serving the eastern migration) to work in the morning, I’ve occasionally been surprised by jakies who are too pissed to competently cadge fags.

    At 0730.

    That takes both skill and dedication.

  4. So Much For Subtlety

    So when it is going to be a crime to say “Look at the boughs on that!”?

    I think someone should, in fairness, ask the tree owner first.

  5. From the article

    “They have no control over their thoughts. ” Don Maines, a drug treatment counselor with the Broward Sheriff’s Office in Fort Lauderdale, told the Associated Press. “It seems to be universal that they think someone is chasing them.”

    Well yes. They would do, wouldn’t they? The police.

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