Trev joined on Jul 25th, 2011, since that has made 737 posts that are still accessible today, 55 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Trev has given 875 upvotes, and was last online on Apr 2nd, 2015.
We already have an IRC channel. It's at #Colorless on Rizon. It's the Official CL Downtime Information Channel.
@syunfung: Have you done any casual research into what the drugs sold as "bath salts" contain? Lysergic acid diethylamide or even a close analogue thereof is extremely unlikely, due to its ease of detection and the visible-range dissociations that it causes. That's my primary concern, the misinformation.
Additionally, at "normal" doses and without interactions, LSD is unlikely to spur such a violent outburst in a mentally healthy person. I'm sure the MKULTRA notes or even the Erowid archives would be good evidence for this, though it's certainly something that's easier to say if you've had the experience. @_@
THIS IS PROBABLY NOT LSD YOU GUYS
The guy was probably consuming 3-MeO-PCP or some research amphetamine in the bath salts. All the "LSD" talk is either really bad reporting or the demonization of LSD. While it is true that most of the "LSD" being sold is in fact something that is not lysergic acid diethylamide, the confusion in this case is alarming.
This reminds me a lot of the case of Big Lurch. He was taking PCP and not a "bath salts" analogue, but the effects would be similar.
@DarkChaplain: watch and weep as I make another Durarara thread and THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT MWAHAHAHAHAHA
Just kidding. No, in seriousness, I agree, and this thread will be gone shortly. But remember -- reposted content is only not new to the people around for the previous postings.
While this isn't a scientific study, I tend to agree with its premise. What say you?
You know, all of this info is in the underlined "Read the FAQ" link. It's amazing that people still need a picture book for this, but I will admit defeat here. We really should have made something like this on our own.
@Usagii: From all of the staff, thank you.
Greenville, South Carolina, USA
+1 to getting a laptop cooler module. I had this problem with both of the Satellites I owned before this laptop.
For a billion dollars? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
I'd do a line of coke off Richard Simmons's sweaty workout equipment for a billion dollars.
@Dango9: I don't understand this business move at all. I'm as positively stumped as you are.
The only thing I could think of would be maybe patent or copyright infringement issues.