The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers had some trouble in Malaysia:
In Malaysia, as part of its campaign against drugs, the word “Morphin” is censored, by substituting or muting footage where the word is spoken (the phrase “It’s morphin’ time”) or displayed onscreen, for fear that it could encourage children to become addicted with the uses of morphine.
From Wikipedia, via Reddit.
The police were looking to acquire Cokayne, so they went to a house on Franklin Farm Road in the Herndon area and found Cokayne in a rented apartment in the basement, according to a search warrant affidavit filed in court.
Cokayne was wanted for selling … pot.
From The Washington Post, via The Obscure Store.
Marvel at the unlikely tale of a woman who hid all manner of drugs and contraband in her vagina.
After a struggle with Officer Baumann during a more thorough search at headquarters, Ms. Mackaliunas asked to speak with Sergeant Michael Mayer and told him she had hidden more heroin in her vagina.
A search of Ms. Mackaliunas by a doctor at Community Medical Center turned up 54 bags of heroin, 31 empty bags used to package heroin, 8.5 prescription pills and $51.22.
Via Daily Intel.
Also tagged money, vaginas
A couple of psychiatric experts have been using ecstasy to treat soldiers returning from deployments with PTSD.
Participants will undergo a preliminary screening process, and then partake in three solitary, 8-hour therapy sessions with both doctors. While tripping out, they’ll be asked to revisit the traumatic experiences that triggered their disorder. Dr. Mithoefer thinks MDMA acts as a catalyst for “an optimal zone of arousal” that prevents patients from becoming overwhelmed or, on the flipside, shutting down and detaching altogether.
From Wired, Via The Slatest