Don't Believe Them

What the dealers don't want you to know

Not Cool Dude

No matter what the songs say, no matter what the "popular kids" tell you, drugs aren't cool. What they don't tell you is how quickly, but painfully, it goes from this:
to this:
and eventually, this:
Nothing good comes from drugs. Just suffering and eventually, death.

It can't happen to me, until it does.

One of the first things people think when they do drugs for the first time and they know what could happen: It wont happen to me. Wrong. Drugs don't discriminate. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. Just because you're you, doesn't mean you're safe.

Pick Your Poision

The first step to avoiding drugs, is knowing what to avoid. Here are the categories:

Stimulants: Stimulants, also called "uppers", speed up the Central Nervous System. Some stimulants include: Ecstasy, meth ("speed"), cocaine, crack, marijuana ("pot"). They can cause accelerated heart rate and breathing, jitters, shakes, and paranoia.

Depressants: also know as downers, they do just that: slow everything down. Depressants, such as Valium, Xanax, GHB, and alcohol, cause: relaxed muscles, slurred speech, confusion, poor concentration, and lowered heart rate.
Narcotics: narcotics are drugs which contain opium or opium substitutes. There are legal, or prescription narcotics, given to alleviate severe pain. Legal narcotics include: Morphine, OxyContin, and Vicodin, as well as others. Some illegal narcotics are: Opium, and Heroin ("smack")
Hallucinogens: hallucinogens are mind-altering drugs. They include: PCP ("angel dust"), LSD ("acid"), ketamine ("special K"), and certain mushrooms ("magic mushrooms"). Hallucinogens, as the name suggests, can cause hallucinations, as well as: flashbacks, and visual and/or auditory breakdowns.
Inhalants: inhalants, also know as "whippets", are breathable chemicals that act as a depressant. Inhalants are commonly house hold products, like :paint thinner, aerosol sprays, cleaning fluid, gasoline, glues, and cooking spray. Inhalants cause: slurred speech, dizziness, nausea/vomiting, loss of consciousness, and brain damage.

The Safe Stuff

There are safe drugs out there. Any safe drug, or medicine, used to treat illness, disease, or injury, that has been approved by the FDA is a good drug. Things like: Aspirin, Tylenol, Robitussin, prescription antibiotics, and other cold and flu medications.

The Obvious and Overlooked

Last but not least is a simple but under stated fact:
Drugs are illegal, you wouldn't steal a car. Why? because it's illegal. You wouldn't rob a bank. Why? Because it's illegal. But you'll do drugs? That doesn't make sense. Stop the madness, don't do drugs!