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If you live in New York City, you may find some very controversial fliers which provide the details on how to shoot heroin complete all the tips on how to prep the dope and inject it into your arm. In other words, they released a Junkie’s Guide. I can even picture a good advertisement for it; “Want to try some heroin, but you’re scared? Well don’t worry, ‘The Junkie’s Guide’ will teach you how to do it safely.” I know many of you may not agree with me, but as for me, this is a complete bullsh*. What will be next, a Suicide Guide?























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2 comments

  1. Anonymous
    11:14 AM

    So, this is like a real thing? That people actually put time and money into? That's pretty fucked up... I'm sorry, but people shouldn't be able to go and get 'free needles and drug supplies'... Don't get me wrong, I'm all about doing what you want; it's your life. But why is it illegal to do if you can get formal 'help' to do it? Why not just let everybody do all the drugs they want, with no more judicial consequences? Then everybody could hang out and use their free needles after work on National Heroine Day!

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