[pure-silver] Re: don't blow that computer

>I don't remember what the specific solvent in this
stuff was

Perhaps Acetone?

I knew at one time for sure, but it has turned to
fade...

Gasoline is quite effective in this method of usage,
as was PAM at one time.

Decriminalization, a societal acceptance of
responsable drug use and effective methods to reduce
damage from irresponsable use of all drug forms (inc.
tobacco and alcohol) is the best choice, in my
opinion.

The family depicted in the story sounds a little heavy
handed to me...weekly interrogations about drug use?

What an Orwellian society the children had to endure!

Even IF this is a true story, it nevertheless smells
of anti-drug scare literature.

I recall being shown an actuall deformed fetus... said
to be an example of the result of chromosome damage
from LSD...

Years later showed this turned out not to be true.

Ray
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--- Richard Knoppow <dickburk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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> ----- Original Message ----- 
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> Subject: [pure-silver] don't blow that computer
> 
> 
> > The next time you walk by someone acting funny in
> their 
> > cubical and he says
> > he's been cleaning his computer/camera and he's
> got 
> > Dust-off in his hand---
> > http://www.snopes.com/toxins/dustoff.asp
> >
> > Yours not in a huff,
> > Garry
> >
> >
> > Maybe we should care less about numbers and more
> about 
> > results.
> >
> >
> 
>     This is reminescent of the glue sniffing problem
> of some 
> years ago. That is the reason that "airplane" cement
> like 
> the original Duco cement, is no longer available off
> the 
> shelf. I don't remember what the specific solvent in
> this 
> stuff was but it could produce a sort of "high" when
> sniffed 
> and kids would concentrate it in much the same way
> as 
> bagging. Eventually it attacks internal organs and
> can kill. 
> I also remember a more recent story of kids getting
> high on 
> hair spray, also from the propellent. The world is
> full of 
> dangers but if you try to protect people against
> themselves 
> completely life would become impossible.
> 
>    ---
> Richard Knoppow
> Los Angeles, CA, USA
> dickburk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  
> 
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