|Reviews for Drug Rant|
| anonymous reviewer chapter 1 . 6/30/2007
I love your writing, but what the hell do you have against paragraphs?
| anonymous chapter 1 . 6/15/2007
i can not tell you who i am, but i knew this was gonna get out of control for you. a writer, unlike a religious adherent, needs to feed the ego. indulge it's many wonders and test it's limitations. at eighteen, your conscience affairs rely heavily on what is offered by the society before you and before them,
et al. your ability to reason yourself into a box ( coma, strychnine) is arrogant, though provocative non the less. whether you name auldous huxley, william s. burroughs, or quote the entire vampire chronicles the nature which has been offered you is philisophical. you can introduce in your favor the idea that everything is addiction, but it only holds up for a limited
round of truth denial. and here i said that naughty word truth.
it is easy to blame gods or devils for having a different vantage point and lack of sympathy. yet that is why only the select few would enter hallucinagenic or drug states. they realized the importance of maintaining the restrictions of traditions and rituals when entering these paranormal realities.
nowadays, it is synthesized and maximized for total potentcy.
what good is the shaman high on cleaning products?
without the jungle and the river and the stars to read?
you are better off avoiding robots. you would be even better off
learning how to change the channels in your psyche.
you aren't broken. you are hurting in ways only more experienced fuck ups can see.
a writer is not omnipotent. a writer remembers things that most of us forget, about nothing. you have to move slower than the rest of the parade. cycle one of the initiation.
| dreamer chapter 1 . 4/13/2007
They actually have a scientific reason for why people get addicted to drugs. See then you take the drug small paritcles jump the blood-brain barrier and attach unto dopamine-producing nerve cells- dopamine being the hormone that makes you happy- and activate certain genes that begin producing proteins. So when you soar on that high again and again the drug is continually activating that gene and continually producing those proteins. However, when you start to withdraw, the proteins, some which can last of years, start sending signals in your brain to suppress dopamine production. This make cravings and explains why some people can take the drug regually every weekend for years and not get addicted but some people have one does and need another in an hour.
What I am trying to say is that some people will be addicted to some drugs. If you take away drugs then all people will do is discover another source or start trading under the counter. It is biological and as such you should be educated in the drug, not have it taken away.
| MrFlames chapter 1 . 4/7/2007