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  1. chem2211 Houston
    I got several xanax even though I don't even take these fucking things hardly ever. Well, at least I got them for an emergency. .

    I ate couple xannax earlier tonight. They go good with tina,addies,vyvanse

  2. chem2211 Houston
    bad night?
  3. chem2211 Houston
    wud up niggas?
  4. chem2211 Houston
    Aliens.. seriously. Think of like the hindi religious texts talking of flying chariots and shit that fits the description of nuclear weapons and the aftermath of such… remember these people didnt have words to describe shitlike planes or ufos.

    I guess these people don't know about ancient aliens.
  5. chem2211 Houston
    Are you masturbating? Then you're still not there yet.

    Watch at .25 speed. Very surreal scene, the his mask face looks, pointing the gun, you can see the muzzle flash and a casing drop to the floor:

    Comments are painful. This is how the emotion driven idiot masses think, the more emotional impact something has, the stronger an argument it makes.

    Probably would have seen blood if it wasn't for that dark colored top she was wearing.

  6. chem2211 Houston
    Ask yourself this. Would you rather have a temporary break or a permanent one? This seems like good operational security to me.

    Oh I couldn't agree more. It's just that I had some shopping to do toward the end of the week.
  7. chem2211 Houston
    "Recently research had come that shed some light on vulnerabilities in Tor Hidden Services protocol which could help to deanonymize server locations. Most of the new and previously known methods do require substantial resources to be executed, but the new research shows that the amount of resources could be much lower than expected, and in our case we do believe we have interested parties who possess such resources.

    We have a solution in the works which will require big changes into our software stack which we believe will mitigate such problems, but unfortunately it will take time to implement. Additionally, we have recently been discovering suspicious activity around our servers which led us to believe that some of the attacks described in the research could be going on and we decided to move servers once again, however this is only a temporary solution.

    At this point, while we don't have a solution ready it would be unsafe to keep our users using the service, since they would be in jeopardy. Thus, and to our great sadness we have to take the market offline for a while, until we can develop a better solution. This is the best course of action for everyone involved.

    In the mean time we shall do our best to clear all outstanding orders and we ask all of you users who have money on their accounts, withdraw them as soon as possible, because we don't want to be responsible for it during the time when the market will be offline.

    During this time, there might be some delays in payouts, since many people are expected to withdraw money at the same time, but we intend to resolve any such issues in the end. But we advice you to use only destination bitcoin addresses that do not expire when you send money out from Agora, as the payments to them might get delayed.

    While the market is offline, do not send any bitcoin to any of your deposit addresses on Agora. We do not gurantee the safety of any funds sent there.

    Vendors, we strongly advice you to abort any orders that haven't been sent out or processed yet, as we cannot gurantee what will happen with the orders in resolution. We shall try to resolve it on a case-by-case basis, but there might not be time to wait for orders that require long shipping times.

    We are going to handle the situation with the vendor bonds soon, we need some time to make sure that noone uses this as an opportunity to start scamming wildly.

    All of the market data will be kept intact and be available upon return, including all of the user history and profile data.

    Since our PGP key is nearing expiration date, here is a new PGP key which could be used to check authenticity of our messages in the future."

  8. chem2211 Houston
    Read the link, was busted last month.

    Yeah I just saw that. They got slapped with money laundering charges.There are tons of sellers down here in south fla. I just want more reasonable prices.
  9. chem2211 Houston and coindesk. I'm gonna check them out..Thanks.
  10. chem2211 Houston
    Is there an easy way to buy bitcoins online with a credit card? Normally I'll just use to find reputable sellers. Set up face to face transactions and buy them cash. But recently I've read that it's become easier to buy them using credit cards. Any suggestions?
  11. chem2211 Houston you guys ever get tired of arguing? And over the stupidest shit. Grow the fuk up already.
  12. chem2211 Houston
    Miss Massachusetts looks ok i guess.

    I agree. She kinda looks like porn star Ashlynn Brooke.
  13. chem2211 Houston
    Let me guess, you've never done any of the 'harder' opiates?

    I've done H and oxys in the past. Tramadol doesn't compare to neither, but I still consider the high pretty intense. The side effects are something else though. I've had a head ache and digestive problems for the past two days.
  14. chem2211 Houston
    Good comments on the situation in this thread. Fortunately there's not that much defense of her anymore even in r/pol, and the people that do defend her tend to be dumb as shit, so they can't actually support their positions well:

    I hope she does get what's coming to her. It's going to be the most divine schadenfreude if she doesn't attain the presidency after all this time, all this work and effort she spent building up to it. Hopefully she'll get cancer next and die alone and deeply unfulfilled.

    Of course she'll get what's coming to her--the presidency. C'mon now--do you really think this email bullshit is going to fuk up her chances? The democratic party is set on Clinton, and nothing will change that. She has too much support, and this country is already set on the idea of a first woman president .It's inevitable.
  15. chem2211 Houston
    I took just about 200mg of 4-FA with less tolerance than I was expecting and almost had a aneurism, crippling blood pressure headache for like two hours that only got slightly better when I was standing. Nigga, amps may not be the worst drug out there but you sure as shit can OD if you give it your bestest.

    A few days ago I finally got to see some 4fa. Always here people talking about it. And that original post was just a 24hr period.. My tolerance is through the roof. Those vyvanse 60mg are the shit though..
  16. chem2211 Houston
    I took just about 200mg of 4-FA with less tolerance than I was expecting and almost had a aneurism, crippling blood pressure headache for like two hours that only got slightly better when I was standing. Nigga, amps may not be the worst drug out there but you sure as shit can OD if you give it your bestest.

    Sometimes when I go crazy like that it just feels like a waste...Especially the vyvanse..Because of the trypsin, it feels like a lot of doses don't absorb and go to waste...I saw that 4fa on a darknet site the other day for the first time...Always hear people talkin bout it
  17. chem2211 Houston
    Don't forget to clean it..Just use some rubbing alcohol..
  18. chem2211 Houston
    I actually got to put them up for a while...Need a reset
  19. chem2211 Houston
    Dosed four 50mg crushed up Tramadol .I don't see the weakness everyone was talkin about. Itching, nodding, nauseous, etc.. Euphoric is an understatement. I tried laying down but the head to toe body waves are just too intense....I'm just out of order for the momennt
  20. chem2211 Houston
    Washington (AFP) - It goes by many names -- K2, Spice, Bizarro, Scooby Snax, Kryp2nite and Stoopid, to name but a few -- and it's setting off alarm bells across the United States.

    Synthetic marijuana is being cited by police and public health officials for a dramatic surge in potentially lethal overdoses and drug-related offenses nationwide.
    Imported primarily from China, it's an inexpensive chameleon substance, its synthesized chemical ingredients forever being tweaked by underground labs keeping one step ahead of law enforcement.
    "We're seeing it pop up all around the country," acting Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) chief Chuck Rosenberg told NPR public radio this week.
    "The dosage amounts vary. The chemicals vary. You and I could buy and use the same packet... and have vastly different reactions to it."
    So far this year, poison control centers across the United States have taken more than 5,200 calls specific to "fake weed."
    That's more than the 3,680 calls they got in all of last year and the 2,668 calls handled in 2013, the American Association of Poison Control Centers says.
    "Fake weed causes extreme anxiety, paranoia, panic attacks, alienation/disassociation, psychotic episodes and hallucinations," warns, a city-run website aimed at Washington's youth.
    "This behavior has been labeled 'the zombie effect,'" it says.
    - Addictive and lethal -
    Synthetic marijuana may look like pot to the naked eye, but its addictive and potentially lethal high derives from chemical compounds designed to mimic THC, the active ingredient in real marijuana.
    Those chemicals are sprayed onto grass-like herbs that are then stuffed into condom-style packets featuring amateur-looking cartoonish graphics.
    "Not for human consumption," some packages claim.

    Compared to genuine pot, synthesized marijuana can be "up to 100 times as potent as THC" at stimulating brain receptors, said Marilyn Huestis, senior investigator at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
    It is sometimes sold under the counter at corner stores, gas stations and head shops, but it can easily be bought online with a credit card after a simple Google search.
    "I love it," said a customer's glowing review of Bizarro on one website. "I'd give it a 9/10. Very potent product and shipping was really fast."
    In a 2012 survey by the University of Michigan, synthetic marijuana was the second most consumed drug among US high school seniors after marijuana.
    "It's a monstrous problem," Huestis told AFP.
    Some versions of synthetic marijuana have been listed as a Schedule One drug on par with heroin, but the multitude of versions means they cannot all be deemed analogs of real pot and thus be found illegal.
    "Everybody assumes that it's one drug, just like there is one cocaine or one methamphetamine," said Mark Ryan, director of the Louisiana Poison Center.
    "We know that there are more than 300 different unique drugs that are out there right now," he told AFP in a telephone interview.
    - Hard to identify -
    What's more, it is near impossible to identify synthetic marijuana using standard drug screening tests -- a big headache for law enforcement.
    "We've made about 65 arrests in a couple of months now of people that are selling this stuff and buying this stuff on the street," Washington police chief Cathy Lanier told a community meeting this week.
    "And we can't prosecute any of them."
    The US capital is among the hardest-hit American cities.
    Early this month, police shot and wounded a knife-wielding 22-year-old woman who, according to her mother, had been taking a mix of fake pot and PCP.
    In June, at least seven people were rushed to the hospital after overdosing on synthetic marijuana outside Washington's biggest homeless shelter.
    New York state meanwhile has reported more than 1,900 visits to hospital emergency wards between April and June attributable to the substance.
    For those struggling with addiction, websites like provide a safe place for sharing experiences in anonymity.
    "All I cared about at any given time was smoking Spice," wrote one recovering addict writing under the name Taylor.
    "The physical withdrawal symptoms were severe... I was so depersonalized to the world around me that I would just lay there high, watching my life as if it were through the eyes of a moviegoer."

    MacPherson, Robert. "'Fake Weed' Triggers US-wide Alarm." Yahoo! News. Yahoo!, n.d. Web. 15 Aug. 2015.

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