Blatant coke use happens at law schools school and for the most part it is difficult to catch students on cocaine because it is not an outwardly noticeable thing.
Quote from: barbras on April 23, 2006, 01:30:54 AMLOL Funny story! As to drugs .. Every law student does drugs. Most of them are "legal" prescription kinds. I know so many law students that told me that the only way they survived law school was to do it on drugs. Most law student are hippies anyways, and no-one can prove me wrong.I wouldn't say "every" law student does drugs ... but a majority of them does!
LOL Funny story! As to drugs .. Every law student does drugs. Most of them are "legal" prescription kinds. I know so many law students that told me that the only way they survived law school was to do it on drugs. Most law student are hippies anyways, and no-one can prove me wrong.
i will *not* be using drugs in school
Quote from: rev on July 15, 2006, 07:48:49 AMi will *not* be using drugs in schoolyou'll get plenty of Cs
The Nazis developed a cocaine-based drug to boost the performance of their soldiers in combat during World War II and tested it on prisoners in 1944, according to a magazine report. It was Hitler's last secret weapon to win a war he had already lost long ago. The drug, codenamed D-IX, was tested at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp north of Berlin, where prisoners loaded with 20 kg packs were reported to have marched 90 km without rest. "After 24 hours, most were completely exhausted," one former prisoner wrote in his diary. The Nazis had planned to issue the drug to all their soldiers, but Allied forces closed in before the project could get off the ground. From 1933 the Nazis had campaigned against the use of drugs, particularly cocaine, which was widely used in the 1920s. But as early as 1939, German soldiers were supplied with the amphetamine Pervitine, with about 29 million pills being delivered to the troops from April to December that year.
"I can hardly understand it myself. There must be some basic evil in me. In all men. Mass hypnosis? Hitler cultivated this evil in man. When I saw him in that movie in court, I was swept along again for a moment, in spite of myself. Funny, one sits in court feeling guilt and shame. Then Hitler appears on the screen and you want to stretch out your hand to him . . . . It's not with horns on his head or with a forked tail that the devil comes to us, you know. He comes with a captivating smile, spouting idealistic sentiments, winning one's loyalty. We cannot say that Adolf Hitler violated the German people. He seduced us."