Bath Salts, Spice, K-2 and synthetic marijuana inspired zombie apocalypse

By Tadashi

Bath salts have been banned in the suburb of Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada. Its sister “designer drug” Spice has been banned in Henderson but not in Las Vegas. There is a conspiracy rumor on the streets here that the liquor lobby is spreading exaggerated stories about “designer” drugs, one by one (to keep liquor sales booming).

Historically, in Las Vegas, it is rumored that during the “love” in the 60s, a group of designer “Big Pharma” chemists cooked up an interesting organic brew: It was a very effective painkiller, but it had a slight hallucinatory effect. The chemist clipped off the tops of a few “happy” organic rings and, like magic, Oxycontin was invented. Now flash forward 40 years, and the same chemists have now retired here in Las Vegas. The chemists now have clipped off the “bottoms” of the addictive painkiller rings and left the “happy” rings in place and Spice, K-2 and Bath Salts were invented. These chemists can also stay one step ahead of the law because it is so easy to just clip off one more ring. There is now a strong movement to get the FDA to study the earlier, milder versions of Spice and to legalize it because it is pure and predictable. The use of Spice, in easy moderation, greatly reduces the consumption of alcohol.  Alcohol-related deaths averaged 30,000 per year in America. Have you ever seen someone high on Spice driving 90 miles an hour on the opposite side of the expressway and killing an innocent family of six? The question should seem rhetorical, and the movement to study and legalize Spice should continue to grow strong.

8 Responses to "Bath Salts, Spice, K-2 and synthetic marijuana inspired zombie apocalypse"

  1. Scott B   December 6, 2013 at 2:24 pm

    More people die from misinformation colds car wreck!s malaria, let me ask you. Did prohibition work!

  2. rediculous   June 2, 2012 at 5:09 am

    there is a federal bill going through that will be voted on and possibly signed on july 4th(president does not work the 4th so probly the 7th) if the bill is passed they will make certain chemicals ileagle. if it passes it wont go into effect until oct 1st. theres also liquor for sale in every supermarket gas station and gheto store. ban that it kills alot more people. no one has died from “spice” they are trying to blame everything on it because of the upcoming bill. they should ban the bath salts though. that and alcahol. sorry for the spelling.

    • Rhonda   August 3, 2012 at 2:03 am

      SERIOUSLY? have you not done any research on spice? it is killing people and making them deathly ill changing their personality and yes i know not just from research but from close family friends -ive seen what it does and how addicting it is and no matter what they cant seem to get off it! so yeah alcohol kills people too just don’t say spice does not – it is a horible drug and is effecting many people and families.

  3. Sadie   June 1, 2012 at 4:45 am


  4. Dave Mowers   May 31, 2012 at 3:45 pm

    This article is completely bogus. The U.S. Senate just banned synthetic marijuana the penalty for retailing, selling, manufacturing or distributing any analog compound regardless of what exact formula is twenty years in prison, first offense.

    The so-called “liquor lobby” come on! Liquor sales have never been higher in history and nothing, no drug legal or illegal even begins to compete, have of the country meets the standard of alcoholic based on drinking habits. Synthetic marijuana has no “movement” to legalize it.

  5. Ban those drugs please   May 31, 2012 at 11:47 am

    Those drugs to my experience are too dangerous please ban all street drugs I have seen reasons with my own eyes..

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