Drugs Quotes

It’s so easy for a kid to join a gang, to do drugs… we should make it that easy to be involved in football and academics.

I go to this heart specialist, you know, give him a hundred dollars for the relief of my heart. He treats me, don’t do no good; my heart is still messed up. I go to this ulcer man, give him seventy-five dollars to cool my ulcers out; it don’t do no good. There’s a little […]

Some drugs have been appropriately called “wonder drugs,” inasmuch as one wonders what they will do next.

Razors pain you; – Rivers are damp; – Acids stain you; – And drugs cause cramp. – Guns aren’t lawful; – Nooses give; – Gas smells awful; – You might as well live.

The American people are ceaselessly propagandized about the real dangers from which drug prohibitions are intended to protect us. The damage the prohibitions cause are glossed over in silence or, more often, are unrecognized. We avoid confronting problems of living as moral problems and choose instead to treat them as medical problems. It is not […]

I was stumbing around in a beautiful haze, When I met a little cat in black pj’s, He had a rifle, BF Goodrich sandals,, Looked up at me and said “What’s the matter with you, baby” He said we’re camping down the pass, And smelled you people blowing grass, And since, by the smell, you’re […]

Mutatis mutandis, to fulfil their self-imposed duty, the Medical Paternalists united medicine and the state and declared that people now enjoyed ‘patient autonomy’. To maintain this fiction, the authorities try to prevent people from securing from themselves medical goods or services outside the state-controlled system and reserve their most savage punishments for those guilty of […]

Some get a kick from cocaine I know that if I took even one sniff That would bore me terrif- ically, too, But I get a kick out of you.

Consider how we actually live. A person goes into the forest and eats a mushroom he finds growing there; or into the fields, and smokes a weed he finds sprouting among the corn stalks; to to a pond, and licks the skin of a toad he finds swimming there. Judicial agents of the state pronounce […]

I returned to City College in 1955, commuting back and forth to my parents’ home in the Hunts Point section of New York City’s South Bronx. I did not have to be an urbanologist to see that the old neighborhood was deteriorating. The decline was just the latest chapter in the oldest story in New […]