Weekend drug report 2001
Your Guide to a Safe
Trip on the Playa.
Users should approach these drugs with caution:
DESCRIPTION: Blue tablet with Toilet Seat imprint.
STREET NAME: Johnny-on-the-Spots
ANALYSIS: 50% MDMA,
50% Ex-Lax. User has a spend a long
time in the port-o-potties, but strangely seems to like it.
DESCRIPTION: Large White mushroom with reddish spots
STREET NAME: Magic Marios
combination with glowing stars can lead to hallucinations of invincibility,
increased height, and feeling that one is a small, Italian plumber being chased
by turtles through a two-dimensional world.
DESCRIPTION: Small, narrow moustache
STREET NAME: Little
ANALYSIS: Worn under
the nose, delivers a steady stream of amphetamines through the nostrils. Faint smell of human ash. Can lead to paranoid delusions that you have
DESCRIPTION: Severe Dehydration.
STREET NAME: Swimmin' the Black Rock River.
cost high on the playa. Achieved by
drinking nothing for three days straight. (May also include a free helicopter ride to Reno.)
DESCRIPTION: Slice of luncheon meat with face of Jesus.
STREET NAME: Organized Religion.
The following have
been determined to contain 100% MDMA:
DESCRIPTION: Red tablet with Yahoo! logo.
STREET NAME: Yahoos!
corporate-sponsored hits are available from any Yahoo! representative in Black
Rock City. Just find your Yahoo! buddy
and say, "Yes, I Yahoo!" And
thanks for making Yahoo! the number one search engine on the internet!
DESCRIPTION: Ecstacy-laced suncreen rubbed into genitals.
STREET NAME: The Complete Release.
ANALYSIS: Seen at
Camp Sunscreen. Ask for "The pink
tube with the white cream."
DESCRIPTION: Brown tablet with puckered star.
STREET NAME: Assholes.
ANALYSIS: It seems
everybody's got one.
DESCRIPTION: Empty capsule
STREET NAME: Placebos
ANALYSIS: This will get you SO HIGH!
WORD ON THE STREET
BE AWARE: A new drug
has hit Black Rock called "Apple Brown Betty." The high has been described as
"cinnamony." Do not snort the
RUMOR: One of the rangers is a narc.
REALITY: One of the narcs is a dealer. Find him by approaching any Pershing County
law-enforcement official with the code phrase: "Where's the blow,
-Have a Safe Trip!-