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Default 01-18-2008, 02:41 AM

Marijuana isn't the only drug kids are using to get high. They're also using items sold at nearly every store and found in nearly every home.

The drug of choice is cough syrup or what many are calling Robo-Tripping. It's popular among teens and the ones here in
Texoma are not excluded!

Officer Jeff Hughes said it's estimated that DXM is actually found in over 120 different products that are on the market today. Making access easy. Officer Hughes said the product DXM is helpful if used correctly.

"Kids think it's over the counter so it's OK. Fact is DXM is anything but OK, when not taken as directed." said Hughes.

Studies show one out of 11 teens abuse the product that's known as Robo-Tripping, Skittling, Dex, and DXM. Officer Hughes said kids aren't only getting high, some feel like they're hallucinating.

"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.

Which has and can lead to death! Officer Hughes said the best tip for parents is to monitor products currently being used in your home especially in quantity and then discard any old medicine.

http://www.kauz.com/home/ticker/13876137.html
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Default 01-18-2008, 06:16 PM

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"Kids think it's over the counter so it's OK. Fact is DXM is anything but OK, when not taken as directed." said Hughes.

"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.
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"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.
LMAO. In that case, all dexers would be dead by now.

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"Kids think it's over the counter so it's OK. Fact is DXM is anything but OK, when not taken as directed." said Hughes.
Shut the fuck up and chug it narc.


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Default 01-18-2008, 10:56 PM

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Originally posted by drd™vÄ@Jan 18 2008, 02:41 AM
Marijuana isn't the only drug kids are using to get high. They're also using items sold at nearly every store and found in nearly every home.

The drug of choice is cough syrup or what many are calling Robo-Tripping. It's popular among teens and the ones here in
Texoma are not excluded!

Officer Jeff Hughes said it's estimated that DXM is actually found in over 120 different products that are on the market today. Making access easy. Officer Hughes said the product DXM is helpful if used correctly.

"Kids think it's over the counter so it's OK. Fact is DXM is anything but OK, when not taken as directed." said Hughes.

Studies show one out of 11 teens abuse the product that's known as Robo-Tripping, Skittling, Dex, and DXM. Officer Hughes said kids aren't only getting high, some feel like they're hallucinating.

"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.

Which has and can lead to death! Officer Hughes said the best tip for parents is to monitor products currently being used in your home especially in quantity and then discard any old medicine.

http://www.kauz.com/home/ticker/13876137.html
this is the stupidest thing i have read all day.


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Originally posted by johnnyrandom+Jan 18 2008, 10:56 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (johnnyrandom @ Jan 18 2008, 10:56 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--drd™vÄ@Jan 18 2008, 02:41 AM
Marijuana isn't the only drug kids are using to get high. They're also using items sold at nearly every store and found in nearly every home.

The drug of choice is cough syrup or what many are calling Robo-Tripping. It's popular among teens and the ones here in
Texoma are not excluded!

Officer Jeff Hughes said it's estimated that DXM is actually found in over 120 different products that are on the market today. Making access easy. Officer Hughes said the product DXM is helpful if used correctly.

"Kids think it's over the counter so it's OK. Fact is DXM is anything but OK, when not taken as directed." said Hughes.

Studies show one out of 11 teens abuse the product that's known as Robo-Tripping, Skittling, Dex, and DXM. Officer Hughes said kids aren't only getting high, some feel like they're hallucinating.

"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.

Which has and can lead to death! Officer Hughes said the best tip for parents is to monitor products currently being used in your home especially in quantity and then discard any old medicine.

http://www.kauz.com/home/ticker/13876137.html
this is the stupidest thing i have read all day. [/b][/quote]
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Default 01-19-2008, 12:12 AM

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The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.
I like how they used improper grammer, "sent". They are full of shit!
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Default 01-19-2008, 04:17 AM

what a heap of garbage.

No wonder we do drugs...


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Default 01-24-2008, 05:17 PM

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Officer Jeff Hughes said it's estimated that DXM is actually found in over 120 different products that are on the market today. Making access easy.
I never went. To school.



The active ingredient in some common cold and cough medications is dextromethorphan or DXM. That's what makes kids high.
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Default 01-24-2008, 10:04 PM

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Marijuana isn't the only drug kids are using to get high. They're also using items sold at nearly every store and found in nearly every home.

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"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.
No they are also using painkillers, alcohol, and other shit, but no, thats not news, robotripping is!!!

One time my erection stopped, I must be dieing, oh forgive me Mr. Hughes, I will never get to a chugga luggin tussin no mores I promise!



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Default 01-27-2008, 11:23 AM

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Officer Jeff Hughes said it's estimated that DXM is actually found in over 120 different products that are on the market today. Making access easy.
I never went. To school.
l.ol.

that reminds me a lot of this cough-meds-awareness ad that i found in a parenting magazine. full of sage advice about what bottles to keep under lock and key, but grammar not so much. not that i expect. grammar from magazines, but when it's abused in articles related to the brain-damaging effects of cold medicine, well. it is. much funnier.
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"Actually what they're doing is suppressing the central nervous system which is dangerous, because the brain forgets to send messages to the rest of the body. The brain forgets to sent the heart to beat, and lungs to breath and liver to filter." said Hughes.
Hughes is a dipshit. :thumbsup:
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