The always-enlightening Mr. Sun has a great post up about the Drug Enforcement Administration's answer to the semi-pornographic Abercrombie & Fitch catalog.
It must be seen to be believed. As Mr. Sun puts it:
The 2005 edition of Drugs of Abuse is out—a DEA magazine that "delivers clear, scientific information about drugs in a factual, straightforward way, combined with scores of precise photographs shot to scale." There is some truly whack stuff here. I must say that, for me, the primary impact of the magazine was to make me want to do drugs. I'm as straight as an arrow, but after looking at this DEA publication I simply can't wait to start cramming psychoactive substances down my pill hole.
Mr. Sun's explication de texte here.
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