Archive for the ‘Alcohol’ Category

Top Ten Things NOT to Do If You Are Arrested

May 3, 2009

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THIS ADVICE. A wide variety of people are arrested every day and the majority of the individuals make the same mistakes which make there situation even worse. Many of these reactions are understandable, however some defy logic and reason. Nobody plans on being arrested, but you may be arrested for simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Share this with your colleagues, friends and family because it will come in handy for many of you. The basic rule is to simply listen to the officer and do as your told, “Put Your Hands Behind Your Back” and do NOT do any of these Ten Things: (more…)


January 1, 2009

Most harmful drugs

Michael Myers Is A Softy: 7 Truly Horrifying, Real-Life Halloween Villains

November 4, 2008

Posted at 9:00 AM Oct 29, 2008

By Kevin Smith

As Halloween approaches, we’re constantly reminded of ghouls, witches and zombies. But the worst creatures our imaginations can conjure aren’t fictional. After all, evil is an inherent part of human nature. Think about that strange old man who lives down the hall from you. You keep telling yourself he’s just a kooky lost soul in need of a friend, when in reality he probably just ate a cat last night… and you’re next. Nor are maniacal, murderous impulses reserved purely for the Hitlers and bin Ladens of the world.

True evil seems to emerge when human desire is mixed with power, insanity and wanton disregard of social mores. To be sure though, it has nothing to do with the dead walking the earth to suck our blood or haunt our houses. Vampires hate mirrors, Frankenstein’s monster just wants love and Wolfman’s got nards. The living are way, way scarier then anything that bumps in the night. And here are seven truly terrifying, often overlooked figures from history that make Michael Myers look like he’s merely in need of some behavioral therapy. But if you try use any of these nutjobs as inspiration for a costume idea, don’t say we didn’t warn you about the offended stares and vitriolic epithets. (more…)

Universities want lawmakers to consider drinking at 18

August 20, 2008

by Kia Carter

ROCK ISLAND, Illinois — Support for a lower drinking age is coming from a surprising place. A group, made up of presidents from some of the nation’s top universities, wants lawmakers to consider a national drinking age of 18.

Freshmen at Augustana are gearing up for the start of a new experience. But what if turning 18 and entering college carried the right to drink alcohol? Nearly 100 presidents at Universities like Duke, Dartmouth, Ohio State and Syracuse, to name a few, support the consideration. (more…)

My kind of Christmas

August 7, 2008

Don’t pass out when you’re drunk!

July 27, 2008

America’s Top Seven Most Hated Substances

July 27, 2008

With the ever encroaching nanny state movement in America let’s stop and look at some of the most silliest things the feds have decided to disallow the use, importation, possession and/or sale of to protect you from yourself. (more…)

Drinking stories that put yours to shame

July 9, 2008

by Mangesh & Jason – December 18, 2007 – 3:10 PM

This article was written by Ian Lendler and originally appeared in mental_floss magazine.

Turns out, the best drinking stories in history are actually, well, historical. So raise a glass to your forefathers and marvel at these tales.

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Celebrity drug confessions

July 8, 2008
Colin Farrell:


I ended up on a shrink’s couch, and he told me to write down how much I did in a week: 20 E’s, 4 grams of coke, six of speed, half an ounce of hash, three bottles of Jack Daniel’s, 12 bottles of red wine, 60 pints.

Drew Barrymore:


My mind seemed to have a huge neon sign in it that blinked nonstop: COKE. GET COKE. So I did. It was great for dieting, partying and picking up my mood.

George Clooney:


I’ve slept with too many women, done too many drugs and been to too many parties. I loved acid when I was at college. It was an escape. I liked mushrooms. They were like easy acid. I did like blow. Blow would dress you up for a party, but never take you there. You’re always like. This is going to be great! Then you’re just depressed.

Bill Hicks:


See I think drugs have done some good things for us, I really do, and if you don’t believe drugs have done good things for us, do me a favor: go home tonight and take all your albums, all your tapes, and all your cds and burn ‘em. ’cause you know the musicians who made all that great music that’s enhanced your lives throughout the years…. rrrrrrrrreal f**kin high on drugs.

Sienna Miller:


I still love the odd hallucinogenic drug. If I had a drug of choice, it would be magic mushrooms.

Drug toxicity chart

July 8, 2008