Subject: ALERT: LSD TATTOOS
This was forwarded to my email. I can't believe that people waste this on children, it just shows how crazy the world has become and how some rich drug dealers don't care anything about money. I apologize for posting this to newsgroups where it may not be strictly on topic, but this is very important and should be of interest to everyone!
TRIPPERS: If you have children or know anyone who does: Regardless of their ages you should read this! Over the last few months, a form of fake tattoo, containing LSD, called BLUE STAR is being *given* to school children. Less often the tattoo is of a Disney character. They are small postage-stamp sized pieces of paper containing picture of a BLUE STAR (or a Disney character, usually Mickey Mouse in his 'wizard' outfit). The papers are SOAKED in LSD, in order to introduce children to this wonderful drug. The moisture and oils on your hands will react quickly with the paper: SIMPLY HANDLING IT is likely to cause the LSD to be transferred through the skin to the blood, via the sweat glands, because a great new salt of LSD has been formulated which makes the drug more soluble. Some of the tattoos show a white dove on a blue background: these contain guaranteed pure Ecstacy (methylamphetamine) - if the background isn't blue, watch out, you're only buying ordinary speed. It's been said that some contain tiny amounts of STRYCHNINE, which is used to add 'width' to the LSD trip. THERE HAVE BEEN SEVERAL DEATHS FROM OVERDOSES, BUT NOT FROM THESE DRUGS. LSD is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS to those who aren't cool enough to handle hallucinations. These usually come wrapped in foil. You are advised to buy as many as you can if you find anyone suspicious selling or giving away fake tattoos to children, especially those with a blue star design or wrapped in foil. Whatever else comes up, act natural if the police are around. Symptoms to watch for include: hallucinations (seeing words that aren't there), mood swings (anger<->hysteria), maniacal laughter (while reading or looking at screens). Up to a day can pass from contact with this stuff to a person's earliest reaction. If you suspect that your child is a user of one of these blue star tattoos, you must get him or her immediately to tell you where they got it. Sources of above information are: Dr T R Ollsen, Fellow of the UK MTC Sir Leigh Sommis-Teick, member of the Drug Abuse FoundaTion NOTE: Please feel free to reproduce this article and spread it within your community and work place. This danger to our economy must be made known. Distribute the message as wide as you can, this is growing faster than we can warn parents and professionals.