Drugs and Addiction

I’ll just come right out with it.  I have never done drugs that haven’t been prescribed by a physician. NEVER. A lot of people don’t believe that, but it’s true. Oh sure, I’ve had the “contact buzz” at concerts and other social gatherings. But to this day, I couldn’t be the first to smell the smoke and tell you with certainty that some one was “blazing up” (if that’s even the term.)

I’m not going to stand on a soapbox and condemn all of you that have done (or are doing) any kind of drugs. I’ve always believed that you should do what you feel is right. Just don’t force anybody else to join you and don’t put anybody else in harm’s way. That goes for drugs, religion, sports teams, shirt color, whatever you got. What I want to talk about is this constant rally around those who go to far, overdose, and the people flock to scream “what a tragedy!”  (Corey Monteith is my poster child for this one.)

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