Friday, September 2, 2016

Man Gets High, Yells At Cat

Trigger Warning:
Cat still doesn't care...
Okay...umm...what?
 An Omaha dad who mistakenly ate some marijuana brownies didn’t enjoy the experience.
Omaha police officers were called to a house near 90th and Maple Streets about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday to investigate an accidental overdose. They learned that a 53-year-old man had been unloading groceries and found some brownies in the back seat of a car that his adult children had used earlier in the day.
The man ate four of the brownies.
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Here's the money quote from the article:
Paramedics called to the scene who checked the man found his vital signs to be normal. But they noted that he was displaying odd behavior — crawling around on the floor, randomly using profanities and calling the family cat a "bitch."
Moral of the story: don't eat strange brownies you find in your car.

4 comments:

  1. Shows you what he knows. Female cats are queens. But I would love to have watched the comedy unfold.

    Scary thing is, it sounds like this guy might have had a bad reaction to the brownies. Don't users like M. Simon promise us that pot is harmless? I would like to see him explain this guy's reaction.

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    1. There was a conservative blogger who went to Colorado when they legalized pot. She ended up buying a pot laced chocolate bar and had one square of chocolate. Turns out that was way too much, and she had a horrible reaction to it.

      I'll have to see if I can dig that article up somewhere...

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  2. I think you should and make sure it goes on HG directly. We have to start making users face the reality that pot is not the harmless little fuzzball they try to say it is.

    Another thing I would like to see them respond to is the proven fact that the poisons of weed don't build up in the lungs, they build up in body fat instead. In a woman, the biggest concentration of body fat is located in the breast area. They can also try and rationalize how Linda McCartney, a life long pot smoker, died from breast cancer which spread to her lungs and other organs.

    Pot is not a harmless drug.

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    1. Agreed. All drugs have side effects that are different for different people. No drug is completely harmless. Is pot safer than, say, prescription opioids? No doubt, but like all drugs it needs to be used in moderation. Plus add to that the fact that most people using pot smoke it. Smoking ANYTHING will have a detrimental effect on the body given enough time.

      Personally I don't think pot has been studied enough to declare it 100% safe.

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