From a feline medicine discussion group

Subj:  warning for parents
Date:  95-06-17 11:25:11 EDT
From:  ER Vet

This message came across the electronic highway and I thought I should share
it with all.

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To:  AEAList
Cc:
From:  TMN1@AsiCme@CTS
Subject:  FYI: Medical alert
Date:  Tuesday, June 13, 1995 at 8:49:42 am PDT

MEDICAL ALERT

A form of tattoo called "BLUE STAR" is being sold to school children.  It is
a small piece of paper containing a blue star.  They are the size of a pencil
eraser and each star is soaked with L.S.D.

The drug is absorbed through the skin simply by HANDLING THE PAPER.

There are also brightly colored paper tattoos resembling postage stamps that
have the picture of one of the following:
Superman                 Mickey Mouse              Clowns
Disney Characters     Bart Simpson                Butterflies

Each is wrapped in foil.

This is a new way of selling acid by appealing to young children.  These are
laced with DRUGS.

If your child gets any of the above, do not handle them.  These are known to
react quickly and some are laced with strychnine.

Symptoms:  Hallucinations, severe vomiting, uncontrolled laughter, mood
changes, change in body temperature.

Please feel free to reproduce this article and distrubute it within your
community and work place.  Get the work out about this danger to our
children.

From: J. O'Donnel - - Danbury Hospital - - Outpatient Chemical Dependency
Treatment Service

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communication]---------------------

If this is real, the jerks have really sunken to new lows.  I didn't think
that was possible.


Subj: Re:warning for parents Date: 95-06-18 01:27:42 EDT From: Hypurr Roger,.... As a mother I thank you for this! What I don't understand, is ho anyone could be so greedy to do this to anyone...let alone a child. I am speachless with disgust. :-( >M<



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