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  1. meep

    In the US and UK teenagers smoke a powerful hallucinogen, video their experiences and post the results on YouTube. The substance is legal. Its defenders say it is harmless. To its opponents it is a potentially dangerous substance that must be investigated.


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  1. ThomasRM
    Well at least the author of this article seemed to do a bit more research on the topic and included a bit of both sides of the argument; perhaps things are not so grim or perhaps I am just being optimistic because of one article.
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