Scotty Trigg

And The Phone Never Rang

Posted By: on August 14, 2010

The people behind this study are still trying to get subjects to test. Nary a call has come through the lines though. They may have to ease up on their stringent requirements. I mean…that’s asking a lot of a person. If they do find an individual who meets these criteria I’d like to meet them.

…and if they are healthy, they’ll need more than just this.

10 Responses to “And The Phone Never Rang”

  1. Unknown says:

    With that type of money, I might just start doing heroin.

  2. Blah says:

    I have met several…they were all rich and didn't let their habit get the best of them. The ones that did, had to quit.

  3. sir says:

    my guess is they had many responses. there actually IS such a thing as a healthy heroin user, people who function on maintenance doses, who hold jobs and keep relationships and have a relatively normal lifestyle. they are generally folks who earn above average salaries, who do not have to turn to crime to satisfy their habit, and who keep their usage at low levels.

    if heroin was prescribed and cheap, property crimes would fall off the map. people could maintain their usage without having to ruin their lives, and get real suport to wean themselves off slowly. their lifestyles would not have to become all about getting their next, very expensive fix, exposing themselves to danger and disease along the way.

    seriously, the 'war on drugs' does way more harm than heroin, in that it stigmatizes and criminalizes users, who then cannot seek help when use becomes a problem. it encourages organized crime, and petty crime. its a crazy model for 'reform', one that can't ever work.

  4. Bob says:

    I don't get what this post is trying to say. Are they trying to say that all heroin users are ugly skinny junkies like we see in the propaganda posters? Or are they trying to say that this looks like a law enforcement trap to arrest heroin users, and that no heroin user would fall for it. Neither is true.

    I am sure plenty of people volunteered for this study. $1200 is a lot of money, even in New York, plus it looks like free room and board for 3 weeks.

  5. Shawn says:

    sir, that is the smartest shit I've ever heard. You should be a rocket engineer or somethin man.

  6. Junk Dealer says:

    Shit man,

    I'm all for it . once this shit goes legal I'll make ten times the cash I make now! I won't be able to keep up with demand though. Millions of new junkies…. I'm in heaven! People really think the government can keep it all straight. Dumb M.F,'s. The government can't run Soc. Sec. Can't run Medicade and medicare. Post office going broke. And now all of a sudden they can run drugs…… Hahahahahahahahahah Damn I'm gonna be rich. Keep praying for legal drugs my man. I'm counting on you> Hahahahahahahah

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