Scientist who 'invented' legal highs finds way to beat new ban with a coffee machineNot a member yet? Remember me Or Register an higgs. I believe there is more to this than meets the eye. Zee, is making a point more than anything else about this prohibition nonsense. Dr z legal highs 'methspresso', is a hilarious way of creating headline grabbing articles on mass media, during the height dr z legal highs which he is able to repeat his mantra, 'that he believes adults should have lwgal freedom to choose oral turinabol cycle they put into their bodies' This is all about personal freedom, and making people think about how free they truly are when they welcome in bans, which may be more detrimental than they could have imagined.
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Not a member yet? Remember me Or Register an account. I believe there is more to this than meets the eye. Zee, is making a point more than anything else about this prohibition nonsense. His 'methspresso', is a hilarious way of creating headline grabbing articles on mass media, during the height of which he is able to repeat his mantra, 'that he believes adults should have the freedom to choose what they put into their bodies' This is all about personal freedom, and making people think about how free they truly are when they welcome in bans, which may be more detrimental than they could have imagined.
Zee, the new age 'willy wonka'; is a comical person who avoids judgement, and treats people as intelligent human beings. In stark contrast, the prohibitionists think of people as the enemy who need to be treated like idiots and controlled at all costs.
The methspresso machine he says, will look like a coffee machine, but operate on different parts. I think it's both a wonderful idea, and philosophical metaphor, that will stir up some of the most contraversial conversations in the UK for some time..
A coffee machine will always be a coffee machine. Dr z's public idea is just propaganda would never work but I think the point he's making is that liquid importation will be taking place. I am no chemist so I am not sure which chemicals at present if any can't be converted from liquid to powder. Maybe instead of Z changing make up he will now be forming liquids to distribute. That is not in question. I could design you a compound now which this machine could convert into a psychoactive substance.
Also, a liquid is just as illegal as a powder. Dissolving or liquefying something doesn't make it less illegal. Medicinal chemistry student, psychedelic explorer and collector of psychoactive substances ancient to novel. Will it be available from John Lewis?
I didn't really see it as him saying it was a legal way round, just an ideal way for people to procure and take drugs in places without barbaric drug laws. Youd still need to ensure the prodrug is inactive, it might not be, and still ensure enough is metabolised to be effective in a short enough timeframe.
The methspresso name is brilliant and sensationalist enough to make a big deal over, but then again we're not in the age of reefer madness anymore. A teasing little minx. Anybody else who watched the BBC documentary - did you think there was something a little bit off about "Dr. I'm no scientist but some of the things he said just sounded a bit inaccurate. Perhaps he had to dumb it down for the viewers or something, but it seemed a little weird to me. Maybe he wasn't happy to share too much.
I'd be pretty hesitant if it were me. Or it could have been made to portray him as the bbc wanted him to look. Always an agenda with journalists, especially mainstream tv. It's the first I've heard of him, but I was pretty late to the RC scene so no surprise there. I take it those who know more about the scene can confirm who he is and what he's done.
Or it could all be bs lol. Why the fuck would you call it "Methspresso" rofl. Even if Dr Zee's metaphorical expresso machine came to fruition I am sure the law wouldn't worry about it too much. Not may could afford it and those that could would instantly be flagged as probably selling anyway. The whole legal high phenomenon was basically about ease of access and if it ends up as having to go through the expresso process you will be left with people with an obsession for research or dealers.
In both scenarios the ease of access has been diminished and the average Joe is going to go to a dealer anyway rather than buy some machine to "home brew".
I'm confused as to why people here are saying it won't work, even as they say the logic behind the practicalities will work. Like all the people buying so much that they even had people doing deliveries!! If they knew enough about this or were sophisticated enough to buy the machine and understand how to work it, I don't see how they would be as ignorant and unsophisticated to not just buy the same stuff online and save themselves money and know exactly what they're taking.
I mean, fuck, most of the people I saw buying the noid blends either didn't seem to care about all the different chemicals differences were, and many of them seemed to talk about it like it's a herb!
Like they think they're smoking a herb that's comparable to cannabis! Just, you know, "bear stronger than weed doh!! And surely it could mean there are lots of interesting substances that could be created that normally would be banned, but now are easier to get passed by the law than before, since it's not even psychoactive until you prepare it?
It could even attract a new segment of society? I know it wouldn't be able to claw back the huge numbers of customers they were getting pre-ban but surely it's something. View a Printable Version. Subscribe to this thread. Add Poll to this thread.
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