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Fresh update on "drugs" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:34 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "drugs" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Has this administration done everything that it can to bring down inflation? Look, I think you see a president and you see administration right now that is using all the tools at its disposal and also working on the most important things. And that's why we really are focused on the inflation reduction act at this point because there is no more significant step that Congress or the president could take than passing this piece of legislation. It will have historic impacts, bring down prescription drug prices, bring down healthcare prices. This fall. This fall for millions of Americans, and have a long-term sustainable energy strategy that will reduce prices for people in their utility bills. That's the most significant step that we could take, which is why you're seeing the priority put there, even as we are working on supply chains and ports and logistics. As you mentioned, the strategic petroleum reserve and elsewhere we're doing, we're using all the tools that are disposal, but we're also prioritizing those that will be the biggest dial movers. Brian, I'm sure that

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The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 21 hrs ago

The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

"It really is striking how much people I'm sorry to say. This bundle have sex with one another and call, I mean, they treat it like it's so meaningless. If it worked out, why are depression rates among young women, the highest ever recorded in American history? And what's fascinating about that? This is the puzzle that I set up for a lot of my friends. I go, we are the most not only the most privileged and advantaged generation in American history. We are the most privileged and advantaged generation in the history of the world. That's right. It's ever lived. We're also, we have unprecedented access to technology and capital where the wealthiest generation were the most and I know they love this one. We're the most racially and ethnically diverse generation in American history, we're the most educationally credentialed. And yet, we're the most medicated, were the most depressed. We seem to run towards things that deter social contact, like going on social media, drinking, using drugs. Masks. Masks. I mean, it's unbelievable. The paradox, by the way, one of the things and we talked about it before the show that I want to talk to you about is drug use. Specifically, weed. Another thing I really noticed in college, in addition to the hookup culture, is how weed has not taken the place of drinking, drinking is still very common, but it is really become heavily used alongside recreational drinking. You

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Fresh update on "drugs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "drugs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Half hour of 25 and 55 a preview of your business day this Wednesday, on WTO P this is a Bloomberg money minute. The Justice Department has Google in its crosshairs. Sources say it's preparing to file antitrust charges as soon as next month, accusing Google of illegally dominating the digital advertising market. It would mark the government's second case against Google following a 2020 suit accusing it of dominating online search. A popular diabetes drug, Merck's januvia has been found to be contaminated with a potential carcinogen. The FDA says some samples of the drug were found to contain nitrosamine, januvia is Merck's third bestselling drug with $3.3 billion in sales last year. It's being allowed to remain on the market to avoid shortages. Don't look for Big Ten sports on ESPN anymore. Sources say CVS is nearing a deal to join Fox as broadcaster for the Big Ten after Disney's ESPN bowed out of the bidding. Fox renewed its TV rights with the conference in April. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky

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Ric Grenell Discusses Brittney Griner and Prison Transfers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Ric Grenell Discusses Brittney Griner and Prison Transfers

"Rick walk us through how prisoner transfers usually usually work. Brittany griner goes to Russia with drugs, shouldn't have done that. She's a fellow American despite the fact she hates America. She kneels during the national anthem. Under a normal administration, I believe Britney would already be home. We saw that with the ball brother with Lamar, I get them all confused. When Trump got these prisoners home, but now it seems as if we're doing this elaborate prisoner swap with the merchant of death, how do prisoner swaps usually work and why is this so outrageous what we're entertaining right now? Well, I think the first thing to say is that the State Department has a whole bureau that deals with this detained Americans. And you know, it's a very, very slow process. If you commit a crime in another country, we usually let the other country kind of go through the machinations of its illegal process. We demand access, there's consular affairs individuals, Americans working overseas in the embassies who will go see the Americans detained. It's a very slow process and we try not to jump forward on legal processes. But there are times when detaining detained American is so outrageous that the political types and usually the NSC or The White House jump in and say this is unacceptable. We're not waiting. We're going to get you home

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Rapper Fetty Wap arrested for allegedly using a gun to threaten to kill someone over FaceTime

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Rapper Fetty Wap arrested for allegedly using a gun to threaten to kill someone over FaceTime

"Rep star fetty wap is in custody for threatening a witness in his federal drug conspiracy case I'll kill you and everybody you with Those 7 words on the FaceTime video have landed fitty wap in jail oh yeah that and pointing a gun at the person on the other end of that video call prosecutors in New York have referred details of that December 11th call to the judge handling watts federal drug conspiracy case and the judge determined that indeed violated terms of his release so he violated waps bond and sent him to jail that likely means he will not be able to perform shows that his website says

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Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

"I want to start this program by going into what happened over this last weekend. According to NPR dot org, the propagandist publication funded by our taxpayer dollars, Democrats passed a major climate health and tax bill. Here is what is in it. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer gives the thumbs up as he leaves the Senate chamber after passage of the inflation reduction act. Senate Democrats after weeks of negotiations to revive the core of their election year agenda passed a spending bill, which would attempt to tackle climate change. The high cost of prescription drugs and lower the deficit by roughly $300 billion. So let's go through actually what's in the Bill. This NPR does a pretty poor job of detailing it, but we'll dance around with this, but let's start with this idea of climate change. I have to say, whoever came up with the branding around climate change is brilliant. It's an unbelievably brilliant strategy. You can call it a Trojan horse. You could call it a wolf in sheep's clothing. What's so brilliant about climate change is that you don't have to define it. Is that you have a unspecified fear that you could spend an unlimited amount of money on. Like AOC a $100 trillion. Why stop there? Why not a 130 trillion? You see, climate change is so brilliantly duplicitous. And it's a scheme to make people afraid, but they'll never actually get to the end point. That's what's so brilliant about it. So no matter how much you spend, there might be somebody with a fossil fuel somewhere in Midland, Texas, we need to spend another $100 billion to go find them. You see, if they completely change the economy into a green economy, destroying our energy supremacy, by the way, which is one of the most civilizational suicidal things that we could possibly do, they'll just then create a surveillance state to find out if someone still is using fossil fuels or natural gas, even

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How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

"We as parents push back if our kids go to government schools on our kids possibly getting chemical castration drugs? I'm very worried about this. Thanks so much. This is something that's a huge problem. And it's happening more and more. Biden assistant secretary for health, Levine, said that we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers. So let me be very clear. If America had a any ounce of sanity, Richard Levine would be court martialed and arrested and have to post bail for saying something like this. In fact, I believe Richard Levine should be arrested. For the widespread promotion of child abuse for saying this, play cut 64. So we really want to debase our treatment and to affirm and to support an empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities and sports. And even a limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state. How is that how is that any different than someone saying on television? We need to have young kids on cocaine and heroin. How is that any different? You are pushing life altering chemical castration drugs that show to increase depression, suicide rates, self harm, social isolation, outside of parental guidance and support. The direct quote is we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers and get sexual reassignment surgery. You know the only community that really likes that pharmaceutical companies because that's a gold mine of the therapists, not doing therapy. They're doing affirmation therapy, which is the opposite of therapy, and kicking it on over to kids. Here is a bunch of drugs. Here's a bunch of chemicals. Yeah, you might want to kill yourself, be super depressed and anxious. Don't worry, we have Xanax benzodiazepines, and we have all these other drugs for you. But that comes later. It's a massive pharmaceutical cocktail that gets controlled by Pfizer estrogenic and Moderna and all the others.

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San Francisco D.A. Revokes Plea Deals in Drug Cases

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 4 d ago

San Francisco D.A. Revokes Plea Deals in Drug Cases

"Replacement for ousted San Francisco DA Bodine. I don't know how to say his name boden, Bodine is chess of Odin. I think his name is. Reverts revokes 30 plea offers for drug cases. Let me just explain that because I can probably explain a bit in our career. So just a Bodine was voted out because the cow was a complete narcissist and he did not want to prosecute real criminals. He didn't want to do any of that. And the people got sick of them. And just for people to understand his title, he was the district attorney in San Francisco. And the person who was replaced him has reportedly revoked 30 plea offers for drug cases. And let me just give you an example of one of the drug cases that he was going to give a particular plea to. One of the cases was removed from the office in June, no, not him officer in June. Let me get to, it says Jenkins office, which is the new person that's replacing Bodine, said one of the police officers that she took back was for a case in which a defendant had 6 open cases for dealing fentanyl and was arrested with more than a hundred grams of drugs on him.

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Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | 4 d ago

Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

"People famously know that you worked on the apprentice with Donald Trump and, you know, started talking quite openly about a lot of things about him a long time ago, but you said what you're seeing from Trump's vast tentacles of corruption. Toadies on loan from Doug ducey acting sicko fans, you just said it should be very illuminating for those who wonder how Trump got away with so many crimes in his New York City days because people from New York are like, he's always been a crook. We've known that from day one, right? And you look right up through what's happening right now. You're like, oh, of course, he has somehow loyalists and people that are destroying evidence and God knows what, right? Absolutely. He's always had a skill, a 6th sense to attract men and some women around him that he could corrupt. You know, he can look into a crowd and see the kind of guys that are going to do his bidding. The dogs that hunt, so to speak. And that's what his security team was. You know, keep schiller was an NYPD sergeant rammer, who would knock down doors of drug dense in The Bronx, you know? He was the guy who knocked the door down. He went up to Trump in court and said, you need to hire me, right? And Trump hired him. And then when you're walking around with a detail of X NYPD cops, you get away with stuff in New York City, right? Because it's an impenetrable sort of wall of authority. And Trump knows that. And you know, we could probably get into it, but the Secret Service stuff seems very, I worked with a Secret Service ton tons. I did inaugurations. I did the tree lighting at The White House, all kinds of stuff, where the president was at. The Secret Service under Trump was a different Secret Service. You know, and I went to high school with Bobby engel, the guy he tried to choke in the back of the SUV, and he was like a marine kind of jarhead cop type. And that's the type that Trump will suck in. And it's almost like before they know it, they're doing his bidding. Do you know what I mean? Who is the guy? They all set out with the intention of being corrupted, but being in Trump's orbit will corrupt you by osmosis.

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Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

"Well, somebody who's very uncool, but the left is trying to make cool Britney griner. They keep calling they keep calling our W, what's it the WNBA, the women or the WBA, maybe is what it is. I think the basketball player now. Right, right. That's WNBA. They keep calling our WNBA star. Oh, even though no one's really heard of her. But nevertheless, here on Time Magazine on the cover, Britney griner and the fight for freedom. Now what's the fight for freedom? She's been arrested in Russia for illegal drugs. And you know, I know when it comes to my own case, people love to go, will you pleaded guilty, didn't you? So, you know, what are you complaining about? You obviously deserve whatever penalty they gave you. Even if they locked you up for ten years because you pleaded guilty, well, Britney griner got 9 years or 9 and a half years. Well, you know what? She pleaded guilty. Uh oh. So. What's there to feel bad about? Yeah. Well, she probably gets treated better in prison than the January 6th defendants do. Well, you're making a profound point here, which is this. You know, this had happened 20 years ago, my reaction would have gone something like this. I would have said, you know, Britney griner needs to learn how great it is to live in America. When you're on some other country like Russia, you're not gonna get due process, you know, so, you know, here's a woman who's been taking a knee and sort of I don't know all these critiques of the founders and of America. Well, you know what? America's not so bad after all. That would have been my reaction, but this was actually not my reaction. With this case, my reaction was, frankly, they're trying to get me to be outraged and trying to get me to care. I don't care, you know? My reaction to this is basically snore. You know, why? Because this is happening and far worse in our own country.

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Dems consider changes to economic bill, weekend votes ahead

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Dems consider changes to economic bill, weekend votes ahead

"I'm Mike rossia reporting Democrats consider changes to their economic bill with weekend votes ahead Senate Democrats are pondering changes to proposed taxes on the wealthy and big corporations as they ready for a weekend of marathon debate in the push to pass their election year economic legislation Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer Soon the Senate will vote on this groundbreaking legislation The bill includes hundreds of billions in spending tax credits to promote clean energy Beefed up tax collections and curbs on drug prices but Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says Over the next two years and they do nothing to cut inflation in the long term With Republicans on track to uniformly oppose the legislation Democrats need all 50 of their caucus on board and that means getting support from Arizona centrist kyrsten sinema If cinema is on board vice president Kamala Harris would cast the deciding vote Mike Gracia Washington

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Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

"Brittany griner, the WNBA star, found guilty on those drug charges 9 years in prison. That's what they have sentenced to her. That sentence coming down just a few moments ago. And not looking good. She offered an apology in the hearing, but that was not good enough. Also find 1 million rubles. What is that like three bucks or something? I don't know. We'll figure that out. But anyway, 9 years in jail, that's the big headline coming out of Moscow, President Biden says he's upset, but there's really not much he can do about that. All

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Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

"This is a big breaking news Thursday, so we're glad you're here. First out of Russia, Brittany griner has been found guilty of drug crimes. Wow, interesting to see how this is going to play out. The judge ruled that she smuggled drugs deliberately and the WNBA star, Brittany griner, just was just convicted of drug crimes in Russia, so the Russian court issuing this big verdict. This big American basketball star, they're trying, of course, to do prisoner swaps and everything else. I don't know how that now is going to be impacted by the guilty conviction. But again, breaking news, Brittany griner. Found guilty.

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WNBA's Griner convicted at drug trial, sentenced to 9 years

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

WNBA's Griner convicted at drug trial, sentenced to 9 years

"A Russian judge as convicted and sentenced basketball star Brittany griner in her drug trial Griner had told the court she made an honest mistake and having cannabis away in Moscow's airport I've never met any laws here And she showed little emotion as the judge sentenced her to 9 years in prison This is a miscarriage of justice U.S. embassy official Elizabeth rude says the Biden administration will keep working to free grinder President Biden calls the outcome unacceptable and urges Russia to immediately release griner after a politically charged trial which could lead to a prisoner exchange Sagar Meghani Washington

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Russian prosecutors seek 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Russian prosecutors seek 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner

"Russian prosecutors are asking a court to sentence basketball star Brittany griner to nearly a decade in prison on drug charges Nearly 6 months after griner was arrested at a Moscow airport her trial is nearing an end a conviction appears nearly certain since Russian courts rarely acquit defendants and griner has acknowledged having vape cartridges with cannabis oil Prosecutors are asking the court for a 9 and a half year sentence It's unclear when a verdict will be announced if griner is not freed attention will turn to a potential prisoner swap The U.S. is pushing Russia to accept a deal to free both grin or and fellow American Paul Whelan people familiar with the proposal say it envisions trading them for arms dealer Victor boot

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Alabama man accused of capital murder, holding girl captive

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

Alabama man accused of capital murder, holding girl captive

"An Alabama sheriff says a 12 year old girl managed to escape from captivity in a mobile home where two other people were found dead Alabama sheriff Jimmy Abbott tells WSFA a motorist spotted a young girl walking along the road this past Monday morning and stopped to see what was wrong We're very appreciative to the people that actually came forward and identifying and notifying us He says the girl was held captive inside a mobile home for about a week tied to bed posts and kept in a drug state with alcohol before chewing through a restraints and escaping His deputies found the dismembered remains of a 29 year old woman and a boy under the age of 14 inside the trailer She's a hero And it is one of those things that we want to get into to a later I'm 37 year old man who lived at that address was arrested and is now charged with her abduction as well as capital murder and corpse abuse I'm Tim McGuire

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Abortion Pills Will Be the Next Battleground in Post-Roe America

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Abortion Pills Will Be the Next Battleground in Post-Roe America

"The two Senate Democrats hoping to protect access to medication abortion by codifying the FDA's authority over reproductive healthcare products that several red states took into usurping that power so they can ban drugs used for abortion and miscarriage. This is going to be the next front because this is what Carlos, we have now that we didn't have back with roe is medication. So now they're going to go, how do we stop that? Are you four 86? Right. It affirms that the FDA's authority supersedes state law when it comes to FDA approved drugs, including those for medication abortions. I mean so if somebody gets raped like a child, they can't take RU four 86 to prevent something gestating and then that reminds them of the terror that they faced on that ugly evening day slash morning. That I think is a good term. There are forced birth party. That's what it is. It's force birth, whether it wants the babies, and we want them white.

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The Inflation Reduction Plan Only Inflates Taxes

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:00 min | Last week

The Inflation Reduction Plan Only Inflates Taxes

"The president scored a couple of wins, the chips act he's doing a dance, although that was bipartisan. And of course taking out zawahiri is a grand and good thing. And I give him credit for pulling the twigger, I give Nancy Pelosi, try to forgo into Taiwan, but we're still stuck with this reconciliation bill. I've explained it this way. We don't know where senator sinema is if they get her and the vice president and everybody on the floor. They can pass this nightmare, which is it's called the inflation reduction act, not about inflation, doesn't reduce anything, and it raises taxes and spending. And as Joe Manchin not acting, it's collapsing. First, what's the story on senator sinema? What do we know? Yeah, we don't know on that. She's been very quiet on it. As she's going through it and she'll make her decision when she makes her decision, but you are correct. They're calling this the inflation reduction act except the problem is when they actually scored it, it doesn't reduce inflation. They say it reduces deficits as well, except when they scored it, they said it doesn't reduce deficits either. What it does is it increase taxes during a recession in those taxes specifically hardest hit manufacturers in the United States. So while we have a supply chain issue, there are raising taxes on manufacturing and making it harder for them. It does hire thousands and thousands of new IRS agents to do audits. The focus of there's no focus on the audit. So it's small businesses. People in every income bracket that are out there that they're going after with new IRS agents, it does raise the cost of natural gas, which is going to raise the cost of energy. It does make it harder to be able to develop new drugs and my favorite piece of it. It literally takes quote unquote savings on the healthcare side from Medicare and takes it out of Medicare, which is already having problems financially and moves it over to the Affordable Care Act. So it literally takes money from the investment for 76 year olds and moves it over and gives subsidies to 26 year olds instead. So there's a lot of problems in this bill that it creates more issues than solves issues.

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Biden 'not surprisingly' remains infected with COVID-19 as he recovers from 'rebound' case

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Biden 'not surprisingly' remains infected with COVID-19 as he recovers from 'rebound' case

"President Biden is back where he started last week isolating in The White House residence after testing positive for COVID-19 After emerging last Wednesday from isolation following two negative tests the president tested positive twice over the weekend His doctor said yesterday the president was feeling well with no COVID symptoms This appears to be a rare case of virus rebound after the president took the antiviral drug packs levit which would be a positive sign for his future health Research suggests a rebound does happen to a minority of those who take the drug

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Can Ben Affleck Save the Flash From Ezra Miller

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:46 sec | Last week

Can Ben Affleck Save the Flash From Ezra Miller

"At any rate, we're gonna get a double dose of Ben Affleck next year. First, an Aquaman come march, and then in the flash in June, supposedly, that movie is too expensive to ship can. The flash, they can't shit, can they spend a ton of money in that movie, but with everything going on with the star Ezra Miller, who's been taking women hostage and doing all sorts of drugs and getting arrested on as a non binary person, he's psychotic this kid. I wonder what Warner Brothers is really going to do with it. Because for a while, they thought a shit can in the whole thing, but they can't. They've spent too much money. So they're rewriting a lot of it and trying to finesse it. So Ezra Miller is not in all of it. Maybe Ben Affleck can save that.

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"drugs" Discussed on All Creation

All Creation

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"drugs" Discussed on All Creation

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All Creation

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"drugs" Discussed on All Creation

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Dad Does Drugs

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Free. Coffee and Public Safety Needs Tuxedo. Paramount I want you to have a spike your compensation about regulates our have it. Actually you know advocates this Chievo. Both these regulated heavily logged every gothic with. Ah To someone has type of people usual. John Silvia for different reasons education issue. Hey trucks off white something that touched drugs as well private school education. It's in secondary. Aw enjoyable conversation tilted the open and honest talk about the idea police. I'm seventy as recently someone. That's quite interested in drugged in education policy in the form of domestic on. It's really hard to legalize victor competitive. Because I think quite short work and it might be really dangerous interesting to come at it from different sides and sort of agree that it's it's hard when they're all the most brilliant brain is some real experts we in this country. Blessed with Tritium Pioneers testing for the evidence space raw relying hang on a mission to concede that if we get back to the CRM CR enrollment increases crime. Every increases jerk easily crease effect. Back we can pam brought to me full. Would sometimes we do make mistakes. Yes I think. It doesn't then the politicians addition to be yourself. Prepare to not be so scared not not constantly banger. John with we're going to be hard drugs. Well it's just not working how by allowing people to say sell through without risking with only without that fear. They'll lose driving. I think versus Obama. Our joke about politics ask.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"What's your position on that? GPS like he talks the moral injury he feels that he's enjoyed therapy full of facts that he feels the policing he did doesn't undercover jugs officer was damaged Amish Speedco and and and you can point to individuals. Feels Tom to more than how do you feel like in the war on drugs is an impossible ask for the place and he's damaging to the to the nation and the question really. I think think much I'd say it's vetted and they are very renamed convincing that the fact that I would like to see a waited piece operates about disruption and season Keita's of drugs against red the drought is fallacy. Really is how about the great sir. Sir destructing possibly disrupting the financial as about investing those criminal. Prophets even regulated mock criminal eight panacea say even if we regulates. It's kind of how we got thirteen year. Old In fact still against it they go to buy in a shop still be yeah criminal market. I think we need to do is look at the evidence and say Kinda Dude with that pricing model with bags of their minds. Yeah to use the strength of that. WHILST ACKNOWLEDGING NOT ACKNOWLEDGING that regulate patients to children cahoots children never contained jerky children. Yes I think he needs if we choose to as much as it's complicated is tate. How regulations done more valid question? Actually just do regulate us. It's more how how do we. How do we regulate how would you? Greg I'm still coming really the minds out that good ideas by still get children accent. SEAWALL ED page substances. How do we piece out? Jason minimized as as I was thinking about that. I just I just feel like I keep coming up against idea in this country which have been g under party stuck. Whilst of the years and years decades even a responsible and healthy attitude towards Aww toxication might develop I feel like initially Jemma rix hard all of a sudden as something things become a vitamin just kind of history. Nation is this is. This is great evidence supplied. It couldn't hire a couple of things Nikolay supplying Kevin Shop At. What is the issue? And that just shows you. You'll put about putting initial rush in a candidates if I was take a K. C. Insane. How do we manage these big big questions? L. Lost out to me behavior. Howard you which I would you tap into? How do you reach out to cocaine? Use how Zuma how. How does the baby change? Caterina's Club Tech Sir. Shooting pets walks life. These people can reach across huge spectrum. So we've got a situation now not so much tobacco but it certainly outcome is. He's just used time a celebration miseration many social functions agents assigned to the Brits so we as a society we'd like the idea of intoxication. Tation as as a even if it's just a glass of wine or several beers to celebrate a promotion or whatever so we will not happy with in how we relate the idea that actually some of the things that we want out of intoxication. Some substances would be more appropriate. But it's trying to all of us to access if you want to relax on Friday in front of not at all listening to music. Maybe kind of US would be more but when when when we kind of seems easy to say that because these doc kind of seems like a very easy Tonight but he had his cocaine you come in the first occasion count so it would be very brave person to suggest making it legal and and instead of alcohol anything even if your teenage daughter goes out and has too much to drink probably unlikely to die on the key to this. Regulation compensation is going to help.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

07:07 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"How's anonymous states education system which is truly conveys the right language which Another project great coupon drake physician. I think Ah Saudi for the for the street spice using that is connected language for those different types services and then you leave the concern on economy sixty cents testing festivals. These real they just get it is the F.. EASING KOGO out. Some general populace quite difficult messaging is really key without conducting Turkey's making people realize that there is no sake. Let's take drugs if you do choose. Say Jokes this is the vice stacey yes there are safer. Yes yeah okay so when I show you speak at the symposium you I think I think he's so caveats in a couple of things and you have today is what do you find the always caught between two campus. This of what you say what you might personally think. That's I don't feel so I might have to referencing. Actually my personal opinion is this. But I wouldn't want to undermine find SA- rockies physician on took lizzy the government's position posted in the wet foot. How it I am entitled to my opinion and you might evidence-based controversial gates actually be pragmatic to see glads when you introduced yourself to talk with you either use full? You gave the impression that when you ah young and you were a bit like Simon pegues car as I said in the on the film's colds. Yes he he's the top cop and you wanted to get the highest arrest rates station and and things got a now you're mature person. WHO's involved in very focused so I mean just in what it was? What's the journey that's taken you? That's changing opinions on things and it's interesting. I think skip that fuzzy fuss context. I was in the navy and in the forces. Your drilled the ball all the time day in day out to do say he needs under section of trade is very very competent basis. Jason Second Nature you carry about into into his the great institution lives uh-huh. Okay say many of us about ready to the next day that that kind of mindset and say we're not doing the peace you'll talk out. Supply apply the law influenced by ulcer. Gt's you'll cheats. His team affects your colleagues. So we're not doing doing the bet with this is this is the say. Just behaving feel his actually brought through pocket. Becker became very bitch recognizing in some schools. They they would be an escape project using peaks about time. Am I faked. Obviously we paid people around the making. Thanks three or four people. Sometimes I found myself being off season. Performance coach would say offices. Office's name to run on the board in the piece. I wouldn't listen to satisfy my name's so driven to at the top or cheese outcome the outcome dumpsite sexually posted. It was any too excited by the factory. Had Watson played for the card scraper obstinate contact with this is what we do is the effectual l.. Happy Yeah quickly actually beneath use we whole world the whole world however existed Assistant Faisal people use drugs for joy and tree number people dictionaries about choice and and I recognize now says that ninety percent of all druggies is non problematic however they went chooses to come top. Ten percent for months is accusing two dachshund change Mole Creek. He's having a fog. West affects cozy Mohammed. And then did you choose to move your career connection to to change yet experts radian. I still continue skills. Recognizing people scored Cassini drugs drugs policing. It's tech safe. Transports employees piece test coach. So you and by drugs drugs and yet not. It's not a different skin about the cover. Hey the kind of the top test by Jason needs to be drug sobriety could be Jetski of Ebay for instance. uh-huh bribe you begin to understand the world if you were deployed on the street even get to see a world. You wouldn't see the annex on the street somebody sent you get to understand communities a lot better interest cadet. It became a major crime. Unit Escape Teams Investigate Murder Kidnap.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Houses of doubt does drugs. This is a three part mini back to school college slash university run of drug chats with some really interesting guests. And it's part two of that. Thank you for the positive feedback on the conversation last week with Dr Ian Hendy Marine Biologist by day and two times World Natural Bodybuilding being champion gym owner and personal trainer by night and really early in the morning and weekends. He was a font of knowledge about the reality of steroid use The effects on your body the effects when you stop taking as well the side effects the good facts and advice about working out healthily in general this week. I'm talking to one of the nicest people that I've come across in the world of drug related conversations. I was delighted to find that Jason Q.. Is One of probably very few people who's just as Nice in real life as he is on twitter. His tweets get enormous responses. He seems kind and thoughtful interested in genuine online. And when I met him I found even looks just like his profile. Pitcher Jason is a high ranking policeman. We discuss exactly what rank in the podcast. Because I didn't I didn't understand the abbreviation he's with Thames Valley Constabulary. He's a great new job and a good job title which he'll explain to the role means that he is one one hundred percent focusing on drugs and I found it really easy to talk to him. He's got such a deep knowledge of the law surrounding drugs. Obviously but he's really happy to ponder and and so to discuss hypothetical situations possible reforms to drug nor changes to police responses to drugs. And when I've spoken to previous policeman c'mon Detective Superintendent Scott mckechnie who is a shit constabulary Spoke to him back in episode for a new from the offer. Small Talk Kristall that he was a compassionate copper as well. He told me he'd felt great sympathy for addicks irregularly bumped into when he was in the drug squad they were struggling to stay out of trouble. Bowl staff is police station while in the grip of their habit and he talked Quite honestly On those little bits of banters we walked up and down the stairs at the police station about his pride aiden admiration for dependent users who turn their life around in the interview. When the tape was rolling he played my Questions Away with a very straight bat so I found it easier chatting to Jason. I could wonder aloud about drugs semi attitude and without feeling the sort of hot flush and nerves of an embarrassment. The I felt when I was with Scott McCartney like I shouldn't be saying this to a policeman so the easy conversation was also helped by the fact fact that me and Jason were chatting in pass bar not in a police station. It's a little bit noisy in the background. You can hear the Espresso machine. The door banging the cafe chatter. But you can hear Jason Jason Well Enough and I'm a little bit further down the road now. Obviously that was episode four. This is episode seventeen. I've done more conversations so let certainly neighbit- more confident and sure footed around what I want to talk about how you enjoy the chat. I'll talk to my son credence about it. Who wants to be a policeman himself at the end?.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"H. e. g. lessons. I wondered what they'd been like. You tell me about smoking and then some other ones about of a okay. Do you have to do that thing. Signed when you say drinking an eleven year old girl shouldn't be good. Oh so you've done smoking and drinking anything on any other drugs. Tiny be on like cannabis you and we let the John McCain with math marijuana but icicle this quote marijuana as kind of this same thing. That's okay so what did they say about what what. How did the lessons? What said what's the smoking lesson lessened like what what happened? They said when it does to you and the side effects is it just your normal class teacher need to have an outside person comes in and does it enough Teacher under they talk a lot about the diseases in the dangers. Oh and what's in cigarettes wishes of tobacco The other chemicals that they pretend they're also in terms of yes of the products in in paint Tobacco full of all sorts of things which are dangerous chemicals anyway tiny tiny amounts but when you smoke then inhaled inhaled nuns. It's pretty bad view. And I think the way they make cigarettes they stop tobacco going off or whatever a hell drawing up too much of the chemicals on Out Gripe Vida Okay and so at the end of it. Did you think I definitely the. US Lay already did belly. And then what. How did the drinking read? They mainly just said. We'll talk about how much you're supposed to have like a daily amount daily downs. Unlike weekly. Yeah they measured in units a pint of Fayette has two units in a glass of wine to units in it as well so you wouldn't smolder the other one stronger as I don't think for adults I recommend about fifteen units a week fourteen fourteen it and then if you're pregnant you shouldn't drink lake one set a time out and talk about why people think visit some people do it because sometimes it stress of something I think cool. Yeah you end up in drinking to kind of Numb. If they didn't stressed out and that could late late you have a problem with drinking. Where every time you get stressed all all you WANNA do is drink? One at the end of the day or in the middle of the day figures ready stressful. But most people just drink. 'cause aren't moms just to get a beer. I'm going to have not and it said on Sunday evening when something happens to grownups still the handsome. Does something happens to grownups in some way. You the next time available. Even those Tuesday night did. Did you feel so. I'm glad I'm sure that the tone of the smoking Mondays don't smoke dangerous. Not Very very sensible thing to do the other thing that they probably didn't say that I would say it's not even much fun. He's a cigarette. It doesn't go. Wow that's that's great It doesn't even feel Nice. It just makes you coughing and stopping whereas having a drink people did they say that people do it because it's not it's because people like the taste taste of it that some people just because they like it. I think most people yeah most people do is ago. I had the bad with much enjoy wine. I'm in this country. We do everything as adults with a drink. If you've got a widening chain it takes the happy couple with aggressive for Sokaia Champagne get your Fu- known as how commiserate the loss of our dear departed fan with David. Ah Pope afterwards birthdays fear even when people have obey the first thing that I did when they did it with you because you were born in the morning and you are a second babe when we have you know older. Brother creedence my best. My Rob came down. We were among the selection. The hospital holding the baby. So it's funny. We have a funny relationship alcohol where we use a lot. I think as long as you don't use a Lotta law getting a problem with it. Then that's kind of okay and did you feel that there was a moral message to with over. There will be said you'll Maybe like drinking isn't bad but it's also not good if you have late so yeah the recent study reckons that one in ten people in a hospital bed in the UK one and every time people is is in that because of something to do with alcohol. So that's disease. Is that if you just drink. V8 heavy level but also accidents. And yes it's definitely not to excess processing and do you think at during anymore is at the end of U. S. H. E. Drugs Bit it all time rebounder com famous uh-huh.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Do you feel clued up. Do you have to do a lot of research to just talk to a lot of people. How do you feel like you're you're still on the bowl? When you producing lipid? When are produced a leaflet? I work directly. I believe the target audience. I'm just bounce a thousand some all work working people in a a full roughly as we've mental health problems so the the the price is going down to sit down with finding out about finding out what would best while the issues of drug use. What would be nice? Use Advice voiced in particular publication but in terms of Stein Ounces These ICIES tax really releasing easy. I started where you have to buy. Votes would books on a lot of things in nineteen gene ninety-one We produce the first steady All hate strong king night fouts Based on a piece of research wasn't uppish as yet to find out about a heat shock always library and go. We'll call call the literally the British Raw odgen Talking about hey strike in topics we we didn't have access to as much as you as dies in terms of of will I find myself five. I cold tonight. A group called Yukon on drug which is a completely voluntary online group. We had about three or four hundred. Have vegetables in it. You're interested invested in new and emerging drunks. So we just by sharing tonight she bounce things that are coming along Ryan. Different professionals Jay. They've us one. Apple's going on I also manage the grind managed to drug early warning system. So that's about seven hundred professionals. Nats Nats we can find out about which drugs song in circulation. We have a system in Manchester where we can where we incidents as we can get into drugs tested to find out what they are is is astounding case on dating with the truly has as we speak. Not I'm I'm also employed by the university managed management Metropolitan Universities Immersion Drugs Triton Study Song completed the first year at that. So that guy. He's professionals end to Connie us. But yeah mixture mixture of finding out we can grading on the internet or sharing nice professionals and straightforward it full young paypal paypal. Anybody else is using drugs from a professional side. I get it Bu- uh-huh end your own life if you if you your own children or nieces nephews student. So what have you. If you're if you're in a role at the university Este. How easy do you find it to just have conversations about About drug use. I mean I I made this podcast from the point of view of a parent wanting to be a bit bit more honest and open than I think. Drug conversations are between adults and young people. Generally I don't think you get much school and I think many parents would would think that that they should explicitly talk about drug use to their children. I think the just say no message still seems to be the one that floats around for for most people and I found it nerve wracking and sort of a strange to have a conversation with my thirteen year old son and talk honestly about drugs and the fact that I have used them and but also I didn't know that was really important to say that but I did say in in a couple of occasions and I wanted to talk about honestly about the risks of and the things I'd learn about being a smoker for years which I really regretted or you know the harms of alcohol as well compared to the illegal drugs. So have you talked to your own kids did you. Did you just think that is a way of of being that. We should all employ. Or what have have you learned about. Drug communication of the is practically doing it I think he pulled things to to to have it on a relationship. She ship with your case. Now it's much easier said than done in a law case. I think it's much easier now. Where where you know people come? That found out kind of accurate information. More to have that kind of relationship where somebody's your children are in crisis that diagnose you you can come to them and you're not going to condemn Donham in any way that you know you. You go your best interests hall. But he's not eighteen is now easier than having a conversation about sex. It's clown comfortable and law. Wise depends on the child child Number of children grown up now. A one of them was a particular drug fancier shall we signed to hive really honest conversations with him about his drug. Use Ace Miley charge me telling you they spot a he. Initially it was Foale Somebody discovering these. An Aerosol comes in bedroom the southlands so to start that conversation. Moore's sitting Salvin says a saga dangerous that there isn't a site wide survey. There isn't already That so it's phone with Andrew Jackson Peres. She's done do it and I tell them. Now you know these designs she led onto Dombi W solvent so. Now I'm just out. This freshness is the smell of weight. Smoking in the bedroom he got into it. It wise but as a mandate it's not easy. Y of the other thing is is a magic trick or anything. Can you know. Each child is different on each With them we tailgate. We come across young people consumers. You know he's granddaddy smoking waiting in the shed necessarily thing as a particularly positive role model announcing a useful fertile. Young Lenny why he lost does not really really coke but as much as possible is lot. Yes she needs to be on She nate to if necessary. Give them the kind the last the the the will keep which is the muscles Worried about as well. What do you think it's quite pulled the you that you need some barriers that you need to know? It's not very clever way models on still by now smoking cigarettes S. Monte Cohen yet. Ten years old when I kinda last but Israel's dangerous as it is in Poland too I dunno until about now I which probably in this giant not my intelligent. It's incredibly difficult so so to your children about it because it's a whole series of things which are about facts which is about keeping him site which is about morality which is about not wanting to encourage them to do things. They're more dangerous so now it is difficult probably interesting. Yeah I think I agree. I think it's difficult. And they want clear answers but I think having the conversation seems good night at that did an interview on five live and are really frustrated because sort of the the. I could hear the news jingle playing and we were running out of time. And so they'd Aussie. Let's see faded me down and to sit. Thank you and moved on and the other mom I was on with at the time was saying how frightened. She was the prospect of talking talking to her children about drugs because she didn't think she had the you know i. I said something about the fact that I felt that it was quite important. Just to have a conversation nation where you might Betray some knowledge of slang terms for drugs. So that if your child You know as a young adult then is festival and terminology is being used about drugs that they might know about it and the don't agree to taking something because they because it's been given a nickname more slang term that they didn't understand and this other moments really panicked and was saying so. I don't know any slang terms and and I I really wanted to reassure her. I don't think something we we should be frightened of. I think like you said it's difficult but it's not. I think it's scarier. You have to be an expert. I think you just have to start that dialogue so that your children and as they become young adults just feel confident that they can have conversations about drugs with you or or anyone without it being an enormous homeless embarrassing to boo. You shouldn't betray any lack of knowledge to anyone because that way I think that sort of just just taking something. Because someone's giving you without questioning what it is or have to take it. I think is really dangerous. Yeah Yeah I agree I. It's also acknowledging college in the United. Not just young people but we all do stupid things I remember I was working Festival evolve from media last year. And we're in the well-fed ten and I think it was the slightly lightly wobbly sounding skype blind finally grinds to a halt as always just at the start of an interesting sounding anecdote. So I tried to revile peasant him..

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Really emotive Kinda. Ah Brilliant. Speaker wasn't a an. He was talking about the fact that he I think as a police officer he still. He can't officially say that he disagrees with drug law and policy when he's on the record but he is very passionate about trying to divert people. After a cycle of taking drugs getting caught going to prison coming out taking more drugs getting caught and try and get them into healthcare. Isn't he absolutely. It's called the diversion scheme you understand. Successful thanks for certain tenants fully. Did you come into contact then with Jason to. Do you know anyone's child through kind of getting into sort of acting on their behalf or did you have a relationship with him in some other already already had a relationship with an IT started because I wanted to know more action was being taken to close done. Look good dailies who who appear to impunity town and so I had some meetings with the local police on the bench attention. They put me onto Jackson who came to our house in the states of some trepidation because he thought I was going to give him a hard time and he said he was absolutely amazed. Found that that wasn't a message. A message was one of what can we do to make things better message of hope. Hope you like that's diversion and decriminalization would help people have to have germs homeless and cost Austin talked it away from that. What can we do to help? Tons of giving them credit record which steps into the jobs and mccutchen. He was surprised to see that. That was my institute but I have to say that that was not always my attitude like anybody else before this happened. didn't think about simply over my horizon. I have no idea so so widely available so easily available and so dangerous solicit died when she was twenty five. Gino how she you know doesn't do you know how she got involved in the drug particularly in lots of her friends and she made after she left home clearly in similar position. Obviously we went pleased about it but she was very good not revealing to us opponents just what she was getting into so the first time are definite proof that WHO's taking drugs was when she phoned me she said. I'll have to get to a chemists a couple of miles away. The only pulling she said I've got description for Methadone chop to take and I thought that was the worst day of my life at that time but I was wrong because things got worse but in the short term things to get better. She went through the Methadone program. She was under the care of the local drug advice. Nice people in maidenhead and she moved house changed jobs cutting days to be married for at least eight months on the state are upset unknown reason on day she took it into ahead to get some money and buy some more Herron on this her and to be contaminated with fencing and it was up the fence that killed it and she had no way of knowing that was present so it wasn't her and overdoses such even nerva tolerances insist it was the addition offensively but some hundred times more powerful than ever could bait she had to do is present. And so when you when you found found out and did you. Did you want to know more about the drugs and the people that had supplied her and that she did with way than the things that we do need to find out that so died yes but time is more interested existed in being involved in drug treatments although ours actually denied access to treatment pergram because lady didn't specifically specifically requested on the positions that families are excluded. Those feelings are wrong on the farmers. Are the key to support uses on helping them get off the drugs but most the case is the case turned away from Sensitive are still leave it to the professionals to give them the geared clearly work for a considerable sewn on. We'll never know what suddenly middle and I read. You know to to beat an addiction to that to an opiate. He tends to have several relapses along the road. You're up to further term dependency. These days addiction. Terry's with stigma. That's one of the problems with anyone's because regulated debts. Let's which I believe. Her under reported Figura gay very was the total something like two thousand people per year at presence dying not in similar but from jobs in general and stone the contents of say The Oasis Academy on another second place girl in Southampton say two thousand pupils altogether completely wiped out when people would not you start but because these two thousand young people are spread throughout the country. The impact on society is much less. But there is such a stigma invoked. People feel shame but the children died in this light on the field of new voice. This is where everyone's out to make a big impact here. We don't have ten thousand people to be two parents and one brother assistant assistant joining. But the fact is out there on the field powerless code in any other. You've smeared two thousand people year. Were dying there would be a nursing. I've heard this Jason Police officer that we referred to. He was talking about wanting to beat. The stigma of addiction. Heard the news a lot and I've also spoken to I'm Wendy T- still whose daughter died at boomtown festival about about five or six years ago and it was a catch him in overdose and she talked about the she sometimes feels from some other? Parents are sort of sense of like that trying to make her feel shameful. The first person insight I know fully under son I say ordinary people's reaction to doug because they don't think about them in the normal Tulsa events eighteen shot when it happens to some women no become aware of the scattered the drugs problem. And you you have just come with the reason we're chatting today in South Hampton is because you you live up in the valley but you're on your way back from Devon where you are giving a talk and was it at the school. Was it mainly young girl. It was the sixth formers It was arranged by a fellow member of envelopes child. WHO LOST THEIR SON put? Let's all Mr Thomas. We live here and the school of being very interested in very supportive learning more about doug stay powdered approach gum education particularly in the sixth. The school requested that somebody speaks about home home which is low and yes it was alone for short sought but yeah so. Do you feel that people people need to know more earlier but maybe people also of your generation needs to know more in order to change some of those stereotypes. Maybe stick uh-huh absoulutely in ghosts. In my work I could give talks to older people who frankly knew nothing. It's all about drugs. Attempts totally audience dishes about everything you wanted to know about drugs but afraid to last their shots quite frankly the ease with which funding debt the most dangerous of drugs. You couldn't uh-huh goes somewhere. By such a lethal putters and world success in the field of illegal drugs for instance coming back to the adulteration of heroin by fencing. The amounts offensive that it would take to kill me for instance. It'd be listen to milligrams. You would cover the head of the lodge just making pin with duct quantity. We're very hard to see. But that's the sort of those that were talking about therapeutically taken Chevette. Pain doses and microphones. But if there's a couple of milligrams and then you can take it is gonNA kill you. Yeah so there's the dangers of that. It's an illegal market and he might not know what you've got this. This is the big danger. Certainly might not know anything about that. No one's communicating and stuff. Because it's an undercover activity in. People are very unlikely to speak to. The adult. Might not know the announced it but they could find out. Yeah but of phone found that speaking to young people. They've never ever had a serious conversation about the with anybody days..

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

10:29 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"All right recording. According to politics drugs thought interesting. I'm beginning the music. Yeah it's been quite a week for politicians stocks that why I think Michael g-o-v stitched up. Basically Boris Johnson's people. That tipped off the book writer but Sandra Bullock in which they obviously know that he took out in the hunter admitted all righty then journalists started asking politicians to their face. Have you been on drugs. And they couldn't really barefaced life. They had one after another. They goal confessed She's funny I do think it's good that the having honest conversations protections whether leads anyway spreads is the next thing that feel to you like there was like it was hypocritical given and all the things that we've talked about in this spot well the that they justify drug laws on the basis hooks Terrible great job loss and when I transferred to the policemen Scott McKay Caen. Few weeks back. He said we don't want to arrest children. I feel like everyone sort of accent. Jan Understanding the young people children that older teenagers moving into Eddie adulthood make some decisions and and sometimes that might be to do drugs but for most people. It's not life threatening and it's not like ruining hamster that was just a city mistake and then to have the politicians They murdered some woman that we don't. I think that really filled with regret. The seems a bit a bit made up for the cameras. All Nice but I'll be interested. Kazuki what what comes of it all a normal llamas in just in saying that. He doesn't think the public is ready to legalized anything other than kind of this yet. Yeah I think I agree with him. I think it would be yes I I think you're right. Yeah no I think people would would worry that if you legalize. There's a green light to take lots of things which can be dangerous cocaine and ecstasy kind of dangerous drugs. You can take one thing. Yeah this week is. It does seem that way. Doesn't it on so many other. The countries have already legalized this. I had an interview with the Guy Will Pizza Hitchens who is a journalist who writes for the Myemma Sunday mainly I think maybe the Daily Mail is all and he's very anti any drugs and gets very grumpy about it and Listen to him on Sundays on Brady fool at talking about two. He was saying how legalize ation in places like Canada in Colorado. Hasn't made anything any better and you know. They've made mistakes because the legal manufacturer now marijuana cigarettes threats that making the still breathing and growing very strong strains of marijuana this is really strong skunk sort of stuff that so it shows. Is that even even even if you legalize it still. It's still very harmful stuff and on that might betray. These countries have made mistakes because they definitely definitely have other guests respect to sit up but as any reason not to do you. Just learn from the mistakes and do different. Take this country. Yeah it's interesting. That normal lamb says I think we should it recently. At least fifty nine percent of the country now thinks we should do some. Have these mission. Illegalize yes economists. Would I think and it just seems to make sense. I think those those children that have got epilepsy. That have no symptoms when they take cannabis oil. That's been a real tipping point. I think the People's view they've seen those bums apple trying to kind of oil into the guy in being turned to why and everyone's gone why that's just unfair and in cruel and and they just realized that smoking kind of like you said isn't harmful. It'd be interesting. It's a funny kind of unintended consequences. Love Story leadership squabbled. It's quite interesting if If an unintended consequences I ended up being a conversation in about drug law reform. Yeah do you know boss. Johnson's opinion on my premise. Well I don't know what his personal opinion his opinion sort of. He's admitted to having taken kind of any sort of bluffed blasted his way through probably possibly taking cocaine but might all jokes about sneezing and icing sugar and widely. But let's assume that he has done has taken both of those substances because of the relatively likely so his personal opinion might be one of reform but whether he's prepared to be brave and his policy to vote. I suspect not but he's a funny one because I think he's sort of what Eccentric you know in a might. Just make a brief joins and that will be led by public opinion. Not Got Harry Shapiro era. I interviewed recently A point where the government that Kant public opinion is so far. Aw that the government can make any other dissident. Yeah I wonder what his opinion will be. I wonder if you'll even win this thing this program. I was listening into on writer for whether we're talking about things in the news obviously goes cocaine things in the news but also just the general leadership battles in the news they were saying that It's never normally they favor. That wins a Conservative Party leadership battle over the last forty years. It's never have been the favor so interesting. Artisan would and I think you can come back from things happen yet I think that's a big problem for that. That no one really heard of them half of them just education like did used to educate search. The teachers didn't like he's not very likable. Seems as when you see him and he doesn't have that wall and appeal whereas whereas boroughs differently So we'll see the way like appeal all trump into as like self driving cars ecologists. Like what does He. What happens if he does one? Yeah if I have understood a bit more about what what might happen with brexit ozone that I might be more terrified at the moment. I've just no idea what was going to happen so not being an expert economist. Honesto business person. Not Quite sure what. It's going to Maine but it doesn't seem like anyone thinks it's going to be good anyway. Nigel farage I did an interview today with the Five Live and got out of the the piece. I don't know I'm GONNA speak to the tomorrow. I understand that sort of thing happens all the time big shows on on the TV stations and radio stations but guests and then have to drop them at the last minute all the time because just something comes ends up. You know something. Bigger I was. I was interviewed and recorded for a piece that was going to be used talking about Harm reduction and then I just wasn't in the Pete. When I listened back to the peace later I just wasn't in it? So maybe they just didn't think confident sir. I'm doing an interview on BBC. Scotland this we live so they cut me out of that the stops to be interesting with the woman. Kay Adams who is well known TV. I'm writing in Scotland done Not Be Interested in total Next week might be our last podcast for awhile. Because it's my last recorded interview Have some break and possibly do a few more than season to season. Two in September next week is professor pulled sue price and she oh really interesting because she knows about the politics of the drug trade coming from South America you're and it also sutton ended up being a heroin addict and she should buy him heroin for awhile. Yeah because she didn't didn't want him getting in trouble stealing to make the money to get the heroin so she held the money so she bought the Harrison Ford but decision to Mike. But she's really interesting and funny side. I think a number then. We'll have our summer recess. Cool well thanks for talking.

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"One of those things that people who are high on Md.. And I want more people. Take this the FBI. No wars if people just see see how good people are and could just feel much more in tune with each other but that is clearly a really in unique chemical characteristic of does what makes you love of the people and it makes you. He said Love Yourself so oh you can. Yeah so were you saying you. This king legalized just go do it. That was my worry about it. Yeah but then He. He said that was a good thing to be like. Oh yeah that could be a good thing that people are just doing it because drug is interesting isn't it. Yeah and I find that really hard to find myself if I really uncomfortable to say something that ought it suggests that because I have met people like Janine mill earlier in the series whose daughter died from taking it. Yeah just last year and so you know how can you possibly say it would be good if more people take it when it's killing people but I guess what he's saying if we legalized it. And people took the right dose and knew how to take it and also because the take it in this country and hot nightclubs or festivals when they haven't got yeah any protection around the more as if like he. Did you take it out on a sofa and just just have conversations with people without any band music in the background that it's really different thing and if you watch the on the podcast you hear at the beginning of his movie you know the MGM Movie Weather Soldiers Talking and what you see if you watch the trailer on. Youtube is The the the guy when he's describing what what happened when they gave him. Mgm I is part of the therapy is. He's lying on a hospital bed or lying in a kind of room that looks like a small hospital room and and so it's comfortable whereas I mask thing like you would wear if you're sleeping so exists kinda chilled out. It hasn't got hyper stimulation of TV noise. All Games on music. And I think when I've listen to other scientists talk about using 'em deny for therapy and they there's a guy in Bristol Dr Ben Sessa who is trying to do more of it in this country. He does the therapy whereas just gentle music in the background. Yeah and I think therapy works. 'cause you do about four or five sessions of just talking trying to talk through. Whatever the trauma is and then you have a couple of sessions where they give you the drug first before you and then you have some more sessions afterwards where he took more? Yeah and I think the MD my it just unlocks that bit of your. Brian allows you to forgive yourself for an knock traumatized by all. Yeah so interesting. One he thinks is the key drug to ending. The war said that like why was again because I think he just thinks it will have would have such a profound effect on on people who take it would be the one that has the biggest positive effect on society. Yeah She's not unreasonable suggestion when you look at some of the other. Scientists who've look to how risky drugs are it in itself isn't very risky. Yeah famous guy in this country Professor David Nutt was sacked by the government years ago. Two thousand four or five because he produced a report saying it's less harmful than horseriding how the government didn't mind that message acting as their adviser. He stunned by more accidents. Happen every year from people riding horses just public. Yeah just don't make front page news papers and holds his legal and in what he says is riding. Horses is dangerous. But we don't make illegal. We make sure that people wear helmets and have lessons before they go you fast and things like that both to have a license to the horse white like some Kinda like nature lessons at noon instructions and stuff and aw Emanuela saying a lot of people would say is if ecstasy was available on a prescription available in a pharmacy rite. What the dose should be and and you could take it more safely than actually a lot? Those accidents that currently happened wouldn't happen anyway. Yeah it's the second most illegal second most used illegal drug in the UK says yeah. It's it's the one that since it arrived here and not up in the eighties. It's the drug that changed the way Britain views drugs certainly jokes. There's a thing that young people might do. It used to not really be a thing at all. What do we as acceptable more mainstream? I think so. We used to just be a country of people that went to the pope. And you might go after the pub but that was just drink a bit patrick. Then there wasn't really any difference to that drugs in the sixties and seventies was a hippie. Yeah it was a real little subculture thing of pot smoking maybe taking acid and st things to meet garden. You know the secrets of the universe and find more deep messages in the music. You're listening to and so on so that was wall that AH ecstasy came in. It's suddenly a whole youth movement. Grew out of going out for different kind of night out and it was cheap sheep and kind of a lot of fun like make people nicer to each other. It didn't didn't make didn't cause fight so the danger overseas czyz than people cannot about action and some deaths happen. That's the only message that you got in the papers now is yeah. You can't die it is it just. This sort of narrative in the papers of scare tactics switched over the top for the risk before is knows more people. I'm sure go into hospital every weekend having too much to have their stomachs pumped. Yeah Yeah definitely scary thing I think at the moment is younger and younger. People Woah taking it and that does seem to the drug right. The death rate is going up in this country. Oh Oh yeah even for ecstasy not many people that individual tragedies obviously and and it's going up the Dow is down to the strength and people not knowing what they're getting and dinkiest booed onto the Blowing while it's it's a mixture is just if someone's giving you a pill then you tend to put the whole thing in your mouth and if that four times the strength that needs to be in This country like pills see proferred unless you will trial. That's just the way it works you in the habit of dividing tablet because obviously than drive these lectures associated childhood people. Maybe that will. Yeah I think so and also so people take them in in a nightclub and a festival so someone gives you something tangible to chocolate. Care you you see the whole thing in their mouth. Thought thing is way too strong and how big your body is and how much you can handle and And that's the problem so I think is that also I think a lot of people just don't know what to expect. Yeah next week. I'm GonNa China do the interview. Play the interview with Norman Lamb. WHO's an MP and wants to legalize drugs one of the few MP's who is vocal about wanting to do that? So yeah yeah so. That'll be interesting. Not Quite as long as episode. So yeah I find it easier but thanks for listening pleasure do next week in New Jersey uh-huh..

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

12:19 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"You take an illicit drug it's a moral failing and it's just been on you and your character very. It's yeah I think that's just say no then. And so that was a starting point. P One st your podcast say. Why did you other than as a AH podcast fan and enjoyed yours? And I like the kind of podcast world. How did you get passion for communicating science and things and then how to lead you into the well so I I I? I started really doing this kind of thing when I started doing my PhD and it started. That'd when I took part in this event could I'm a scientist. Get me out of here which was run by a group based just for still actually come incidentally but it's all done online and what it does is it takes five in each in each group. There's five academics or plan tests. Or what have you. And and they're paired with eight classes of schoolchildren across the country and the children could ask the scientists any question they want anything at all doesn't have to the anything to do with science. It doesn't have to continue with their research field. So part of the reason of it is to show school children that scientists on all white men in white lab coats who know everything about everything that actually. It's really advance. And also that scientists have a specialty and so I'm a psychologist clue. How much loon ways? But I can't tell you about these various things so you part of the joy of it is getting questions going upset. You know but I can tell you something interesting about something else else and the first week you just you answer these questions the questions come by email or you do live chats where we've got two windows on your computer impeach screen and you've got thirty school kids in one window in the five academics of the other going to keep your and it's so much fun and brilliant and it takes two weeks and the first week you just answer the questions. The second week the kids vote one one person out per day win a gets five hundred pounds to science communication project. The thing you have to do when you sign up is you create your profile and one of the things is what I would do with the money if I won so I said well what I'd do is I'd make. PODCASTS aimed at teenagers. That explain what we know about the science about drugs without any kind of hyperbole without any spin and without any judgment so it's just place to find information and and the kids as well as your answers to the question they decide based on the profiling based what you're what you say you're going to do and so I- one so I had to make these products that's right and at that point haven't really done any kind of science communication stuff too. I didn't really know what I was doing. Around that time. I started writing a science blog. So that was also thinking about communicating these concepts. And that kind of did quite well a bit quicker than I was expecting so initially started to kind kind of improve my writing on you had to write a pitch thesis at the end of the three years. Yeah and then it won a competition and some of the judges from the competition. Run The Guardian Science blog network as used to be. They asked me to or invited me to pitch the blog to their network. So I did that and basically meant that that in less than a year after starring logo something writing on the Guardian website which absolutely terrifying and honesty and that also meant the podcast had kind kind of I didn't have time to do both and do my phd so the blogging kind of took priority and in the background. I was working on the customer's trying to think of a name. I was trying to work out how how to talk to them so I did. I did a couple of interviews with brilliant academic so I interviewed Robin Harris. Who does amazing work on psychedelics? I Qatari some know. WHO's a professor at Liverpool John Moores and incredibly knowledgeable? Ready interesting wonderful person. But I didn't know what I was doing living. I didn't know how to record people properly. I didn't know how to ask people questions even more importantly and they would just like no disrespect to either of those people because it was entirely my quite dry and they didn't really they wouldn't have been interesting to teenagers tell you they will like all interesting content. I just hadn't just didn't know what to do with it. And then look happens and scrubbers pip. Who who is put castor rapper? Now actor and yeah very successful. PODCAST tweeted his hundred thousand or however many followers. He's got saying saying that he was going to be in the South West and he was looking for someone to record his podcast so his put cost comes out once a week and it's him talking to people that he thinks is interesting so it's quite often actors comedians musicians wrestler's wrestling destruction pieces so it's been the top of the chart many times it's very popular. It's however many million downloads and he put out the school for people in the southwest. And someone replied saying Huey Morgan from the fun. I'm living criminals. Someone else replied saying me. Huey was busy so he ended up coming to my house. Today's pros moving. It was just like a castle of books but we sat down and had a chat about the type of research that I do about what it's like being a woman in science and I mentioned mentioned the podcast. It didn't exist at this point but I knew that if I said it on his podcast I had to do it. I already had to do it but I had to do it. W. Yeah so I thought if I mentioned it in the real world to thousands of people. Then that's going to even motivation. Yeah and he said three things that thing he said was are you should call. Let's say why to drugs. She good name and I've been thinking like by that point probably. TV is about what call come up with a smokescreen screen. And I was like. Yeah so that was the first thing he said the second thing he said was. I'm starting a podcast network and I'd love to put this on the network. Tuck and the third thing he said was. You should do it. You talking to a non expert but interested friends and I can be that friend if you will too. So how could I say no really the. And we didn't know each other we'd met for that one time of recording his podcast. Yeah and then maybe a few months later we recorded the first five. Tate's say why drugs and it just worked I just somehow it just. He was interested. I had done my research. We kind of structured by. It's done a lot of reading and stuff. I told him what substances we're going to talk about but nothing more than that so actually. It's quite natural the way we go I. I didn't know how he's GonNa react to saying but it just yeah. It's really important. I think to have voices who've been scientists scientists in this kind of compensation because it's about the real world and like the interplay between new to where he will he will say a couple of interesting things one. It's between you and him when he's sort of talking anecdotally about all. I've made who always wanted street across on after. Wait wait and then you can almost hear us. Yes and thinking. Is there any scientific basis for what he's just said can I. Can I endorse that. Can I agree on so so this sort of violence and another podcast. I Mike is Jon. Ronson he's an interesting the butterfly fame. And then if you listen to boy oh he looks at the porn industry and the real human people behind all and human stories affected by changes changes in the in the industry and the way people use pool and so again elicit all subject to associate yourself. I love his non-judgmental style style but was was worried about putting himself out there because he talks about his own drug use. And I've done that on this podcast and I found that a real nervousness thinking. We'll do that the way my podcasts works. I talked to my son at the the ends. He's going to hear it he listens to it and then we talk about it and I feel like the honest conversation I want to have with the other. People within have is is the value without absolutely. But it's a kind of nervous to commit to doing that. Why did you have reservations even about going public about lots SUV druggy interest in? But I think that is a sort of product of this kind of moral judgment that we have which is there's no there's no sort of reasoned half that moral judgments so yes. I completely agree with what you said. that it is like isn't really difficult thing to do. Talk about your your elicit drug use. And I'm incredibly grateful to pip for being so candid and being willing to talk about it and I guess for him maybe he he is happy to do so. Because it's it's somewhat historical. said he's mostly in fact if not always talking about what he's done on in the PA rather than currently but yeah it. It's a decision that like I'd get into trouble talking about it but you do i. There is a genuine worry about it. And I think that's really sad because we can't don't have grown up conversations as you say with children about this kind of thing if we're not willing to be grown up thousand talk about. Yeah so I think it's incredibly important and yeah well. There is a definitely a stigma. And I've heard a party. I've spoken to parents who've Bereaved parents lost their children to overdoses and things and they experienced stigma because somehow they were bound parents and so they feel that he's an undercurrent from other people. Just so there's definitely stigma around any kind of admission of connection to the drugs in any way even when it's tragic. Yeah painful that just a couple of final things and I say thank you very much. So One is your have you written or a writing a book spins off from your podcast. Yes say I have just submitted to my a publisher say why drugs the book. So that's going to be tweaked and polished. And what have you over the next few months and it's going to come out in January next. Yeah but it's kind of taking the podcast jumping off from it so much sort of deeper dive into the different substances. What we know about what we know about them? The myths and misconceptions that exist around on them. There's about twenty seven different substances covered. Maybe twenty eight. Maybe a bit more that might be more added when I think over the next few months so already know that. I'm haven't yet written about masculine but to do that. So it's going to be at least four more chapters than what's currently written but potentially a couple more as well great and and the next g plant carry on so you've kind of covered all the drugs in your podcast and then you do these kinds of extra episodes every now and again on a theme a more still coming yet. I recorded one two days ago. Live podcast about the link between music and drugs and I think that's probably going to be a mini series. He's definitely going to do more of the things as well because they were really popular and there are actually a few substances certainly substances that are going to be in the book that don't have poke cost else yet. Recalled them some pit hopefully in some with experts in in research into those particular substances as well so still plenty of plans on then. Yeah I've got ideas for when I do run after of where to go next but no one hundred century to watch this space okay. Great and finally according to Wikipedia new you in the twenty thirteen science girl. Calendar is true G. L...

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"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

08:36 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Cure all your problems and definitely. Don't you think it's going to kill you serious health problems where you need to speak to a doctor. Yeah one thing that I heard someone saying on another podcast I listen to is it. They live in California and they make so so. The big parental fear of mine is any of my children start. Smoking really discuss is. I started smoking after university. I don't know how and navigated by oil all through teenage years not smoke normally there and then decided age twenty to stop smoking and and years and years to give up and in this country the the tendency is to take your kind of rolled with tobacco whereas in other countries. That's not the case. Now you can vape it as well so it's kind abyss in itself really harmful. Can you associate you know smoking cannabis on its own with the things associated with normal cigarettes but as you say. It's really very hard to tease that out certainly in the UK because the vast majority of people who use cannabis mix it with tobacco here. There's some suggestion that smoking kind of isn't as harmful smoking tobacco. But I am not convinced by that because the way that you smoked cannabis as well you hold it in your lungs for longer than you the whole tobacco in your lungs so the sort of the smoke and the cost and agendas are going to be in your lungs. The long run. You don't have exactly the same. Same kind of chemical and heavy metal profile in cannabis. Smoke that you do in tobacco smoke but it still anything. That's kind of burning like the toast. You shouldn't inhale smoke. It's not good. Feel lungs not good for you so definitely if there are sort of harm reduction tens of the physical harm then vaping vaping or heat not burn which is a bit like they thing so in vaping you sort of get the like extract of cannabis heat not burn devices devices. You put the actual kind of in and then that hates it up and releases the cannot needs so there are some heat not burn products for tobacco as while in at the moment. It's not really clear where they fit on this kind of harm reduction spectrum where e cigarettes are obviously less harmful than smoking cigarettes but the heat not burn is probably somewhere between the two possibly closer to e cigarettes. But we're not really sure yet. And so in terms of cannabis it would probably be the same that heating up and breathing in and sort of vapor is likely to be better fuel lungs than smoking and inhaling smoke. That's very much a sort of hypothetical rather than the the research hasn't been done yet so I redesigned to recently episode. One I think of your podcast is the kind of society I need probably need to update teams own now and so much research right. It's still it's still interesting. I'm particularly the myth. Busting you so the gateway drug idea on this podcast. I've spoken to a couple of people who who did experience they the kind of you've classic thing that would be said where you start with kind of escalate then to stronger more harmful drugs and in both cases. Obviously they're buying illegally so so one case it was just one guy one week his data didn't meet and so said. Why don't you try this? And so gave him some heroin and then gradually obviously straightaway become a smack addict but he did try then more times and then the other guy he he was just in a bit of a cycle of trying new things with his mate. That party trick became to get wasted and they'd get wasted on different things and so inevitably averagely. I suppose at some point they escalated to try heroin and is it just the fact that it's because it's legal and you're going to a dealer or is is there any suggestion that if you're a drug Tiki type person you're likely to start with one that's mild and escalate your way through them. Yeah I think I think both of if those things could plausibly be true. I think there's also the issue that the way that we currently educate about drugs is quite conducive to starting with cannabis cannabis moving onto a better word stronger stuff because we're told as children that all drugs are bad and that kind kind of implies that all drugs are the same and cannabis is one that you might be more likely to see people using a younger age and you see your friends using it. Ah The fine so maybe this isn't true and not true about cannabis. Then maybe you try using cannabis go. I'm fine but if he's not true about cannabis then maybe it's so Sinatra about NBA that maybe it's also not true about okay. Maybe it's also not true about heroin. Yup The message that's young people are given it's overly simplistic the stick. And therefore I was gonna say incredible but maybe I'm not credible so I think that could also be poverty. I think both of those explanations that you provided there are perfectly plausible as well one soon as you take a step over that line of course if you're underage in using alcohol and tobacco then technically you're allowed. You're doing something illicit. But at one point they would have been purchased legally somewhere along the line probably whereas with another substance like cannabis that would probably be the first step in to being able to buy it yourself as a younger age. Because you're not going to be Australia. Id and that circumstance so once you then realized that maybe it's an easy to get hold of other things and kind of is the place where people start because although we get this message that looks bad if probably if people have got older brothers or older sisters and that would be the substance that is seen as safe compared to other illicit drugs. And I won. But that doesn't mean that the cannabis is gateway drug. It's just the facts sort of the steps that people take. Maybe you'd say like like alcohol. Tobacco was the gateway drug because that was the first. It's like elected substance it. We tried reading a book at the moment out of it which is in very fine print and it's taken me a long to go through it because it's very worldly written but it's really interesting. 'cause it's all about history of intoxication talks occasion and the idea in a nutshell that humans is a bit of a just a human urge like eating having sex and so to to experiment with getting out of your head. A little bit is is sort of natural so we've pigeonholed everything into drugs legal or otherwise iceberg. Actually just having our fuel usual frame of reference experience. It's sort of a natural human to do and he humans humans have been using drugs for as long as there have been humans and possibly longer than their in humans robin on human animals eat sort of fermented fruit and that kind of thing inexperience. Intoxication solicit on thr- apologised. Thinks go Donald Brown but he wrote about human universals things like language edge and music that appear in all cultures across history and he said psychoactive substances. Were one of the human universals. They are seen throughout history. Let's in cultures which is around the world. I'm enjoying just into my son. He's thirty in my eldest child as he loves his favorite subject at the moment is already is is love that sort of debating things which are great things which are kind of interesting areas to what do we think about peace and war and how to different religions. Look at it. And that's the thing and so he's loved and I've enjoyed the chat with him about this sort of subject area because they're not hard and fast rules and I think he can you just say no is a slightly pointless. Exercise isn't working so because people do try lots of things and why are we saying that. Just say yes ESTER. Alcohol is okay. We know it's very hard. I think that's where it really falls down. Is when you when you realize the hypocrisy of how not just accented but kind of encouraged alcohol is and what we know about the health homes and the mental health harms alcohol. And and why. Why is that substance allowed? But others aren't why. Why does it become a moral thing? Where of course? It's fine to get absolutely slum sloshed with your mates but a few few if.

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Say Why To Drugs

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

"But once you've got it. I think it's then relatively easy. I know that something that professor David Nutt has talked about in the past is how struggle to get funding to do this type of research maybe five or ten years ago. But if you look at how successful his group is now they've been very inventive about where they've looked for money. And they've worked with TV companies they've worked with private organizations and they've been able to do loads and loads of really important and well publicized research on this. And I think that is changing attitudes towards this kind of research and helping to sort of show that. That there is the potential substances that we think of as illegal recreational drugs may also have benefits, and we should know this because there were loads of drugs that are used illicitly. But also our prescribable as medication and this falls nicely into the next question. Which is what's the evidence around the use of substances like silence, I been LSD catch him in an NDA therapy. Now, I'm not going to go into that too much here. But there are either a quite a few episodes where we talk about this. So in particular, I really recommend the three episodes I recorded at the SSI conference just over a year ago. Those episodes are surprisingly under listened to compared to some of the other on them. I three I think that my three favorite episodes of the entire podcast. So I interviewed three researchers who look at psychedelic medicine. So I interviewed Ben Sesa who's based. Just near Bristol. And he's doing research at the moment into MD. I think in useful in a therapeutic context. But we talk about all sorts of things around how he got into researching psychedelic medicine, what his views are about it on what his research interests are in what some of his favorite findings are also in view to Albert Garcia Romeo who's based in Johns Hopkins in America and he's done loads and loads of work in silence. I been so that's the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, and we talk about how he conducts his research sort of what therapeutic research using psychedelics looks like how the psychedelics administered what kind of a setting people in all of these things that I just found the conversation with him upstate fascinating. And then I also spoke to professor Celia Morgan who's from the university of Exeter. And she's currently undertaking. A large trial looking at the use of ketamine for the treatment. Of alcohol dependence. And this is something I find completely fascinating as you think. Oh, this is an illicit substance. How on earth can then be used to treat dependence on another of this substance isn't massively risky, but actually this is based on evidence from the sixties. I think whether these some studies were done which weren't necessarily done to the kind of standards that we would do studies today, but found these really interesting findings are now being really interrogated with sort of up to date techniques and pre registration of trials, and you know, all of this kind of thing that we do now to make sure that when we conduct research, we're doing it to the best of our abilities. So I rather than me going rustling off all of the current state of affairs for these substances moment I'd recommend that as a first port of call. You're gonna listen to those three episodes because they are really fascinating. I think I'm just gonna do one more now. And then I'm going to break, and I will record a nother one of these with the rest of the question. For the next episode. So the last question this was one that was sent over via Email, and it's about owner, I'm going to try and pronounce things a Monte mascara so often in his fly Garrick, this is a type of mushroom. In fact, if you picture in your head toads, do you're probably picturing fly Garrick. So it's the white stork read sort of as you can tell him not Michael Logist red top bold. I don't know what you call. So my friend Livia Maynard who is a amazing scientist and former officemate of mine good friend, wonderful human. She's very recently got into my caller g so when I received this question, I immediately emailed her, and she's probably listening to this absolutely laughing ahead of me trying to describe a mushroom..

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"drugs" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

Say Why To Drugs

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

"To drugs with don't to see get. Okay. So let's see how this goes the first couple of questions, I've got from Harry, and James and of them are teachers will trainee teachers both have asked me my thoughts on whether these podcasts should be used in schools. So Harry said that he's a trainee teacher. And he's wanted to share these with students, but he knows that it would be received with a buck clash and do I think that the information should be shared with teenagers. Or is it only adults? Whereas James said, he was discouraged from honest dialogue with pupils and students go off to festivals and parties, no real idea on how to minimize personal risk and being a science teacher. He go off these questions a lot should teach his being courage to give safe use advice. I might have said this. But I might actually not of done on the puck cost before. But the reason the whole reason I set up the pod coast was precisely to be aimed at teenagers. Now, I don't necessarily. Only know whether I'm reaching that audience, and I'd really love to hear from if there are teenagers he listened or if their parents who listen to share the podcast with teenagers. I'd really love to know about it or if you put teenagers, but you wouldn't want them to listen to the podcast. I'd be really interested in that as well. If you think it's something for you to learn about, then you decide how to tell them. But the reason I initially set up the podcast after I won a competition. Could I'm scientists get me out here. The thing that I pitched to do with the winnings was to set up a podcast for teenagers, providing information without hyperbole without judgment and without bias. Now, I've tried to do that, obviously it's really difficult, particularly whether evidence is whether so little evidence on we this isn't England. And I talked to put cost last episode is when there's little evidence it's really hard to navigate through and find an even line. So I've tried to do this with no bias and no misinformation, and no, no, judgment, and hyperbole. Hopefully, I've managed that. But yeah when I initially set up it was aimed at teenagers. I don't know whether. Teenagers, do listen. But I'd like to know. So I certainly would love it. If it was used in schools, and I have heard from teachers you have used it in schools. And in fact, I've been invited to speak in schools based on the podcast and its contents. So I think it probably depends somewhat on the schools, I guess drug education is kind of taught in PS H E lessons, which is. Carbon boy stands for now, personal social health and. Education education, that's old school subjugation. Right. But I'm PSA lesson. Certainly that's where it was taught. When I was. At school in the ninety s but well, we had one lesson about drugs. We had more of our alco, but we are one nothing about illegal drugs, and that wasn't a health professional or anyone like that was a policeman. He came in to tell us about drugs. Not what he said was an interesting or useful in like, if it is useful to know about the legal ramifications of taking drugs, but I think it's more interesting and more important to know, what the health implications of taking drugs, and I'm not sure that certainly wasn't taught in school when I was schooled. But that may well have changed..

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"drugs" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

Say Why To Drugs

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"drugs" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

"To drugs with don't to see get. Okay. So let's see how this goes the first couple of questions, I've got from Harry, and James and of them are teachers will trainee teachers both have asked me my thoughts on whether these podcasts should be used in schools. So Harry said that he's a trainee teacher. And he's wanted to share these with students, but he knows that it would be received with a buck clash and do I think that the information should be shared with teenagers. Or is it only adults? Whereas James said, he was discouraged from honest dialogue with pupils and students go off to festivals and parties, no real idea on how to minimize personal risk and being a science teacher. He go off these questions a lot should teach his being courage to give safe use advice. I might have said this. But I might actually not of done on the puck cost before. But the reason the whole reason I set up the pod coast was precisely to be aimed at teenagers. Now, I don't necessarily. Only know whether I'm reaching that audience, and I'd really love to hear from if there are teenagers he listened or if their parents who listen to share the podcast with teenagers. I'd really love to know about it or if you put teenagers, but you wouldn't want them to listen to the podcast. I'd be really interested in that as well. If you think it's something for you to learn about, then you decide how to tell them. But the reason I initially set up the podcast after I won a competition. Could I'm scientists get me out here. The thing that I pitched to do with the winnings was to set up a podcast for teenagers, providing information without hyperbole without judgment and without bias. Now, I've tried to do that, obviously it's really difficult, particularly whether evidence is whether so little evidence on we this isn't England. And I talked to put cost last episode is when there's little evidence it's really hard to navigate through and find an even line. So I've tried to do this with no bias and no misinformation, and no, no, judgment, and hyperbole. Hopefully, I've managed that. But yeah when I initially set up it was aimed at teenagers. I don't know whether. Teenagers, do listen. But I'd like to know. So I certainly would love it. If it was used in schools, and I have heard from teachers you have used it in schools. And in fact, I've been invited to speak in schools based on the podcast and its contents. So I think it probably depends somewhat on the schools, I guess drug education is kind of taught in PS H E lessons, which is. Carbon boy stands for now, personal social health and. Education education, that's old school subjugation. Right. But I'm PSA lesson. Certainly that's where it was taught. When I was. At school in the ninety s but well, we had one lesson about drugs. We had more of our alco, but we are one nothing about illegal drugs, and that wasn't a health professional or anyone like that was a policeman. He came in to tell us about drugs. Not what he said was an interesting or useful in like, if it is useful to know about the legal ramifications of taking drugs, but I think it's more interesting and more important to know, what the health implications of taking drugs, and I'm not sure that certainly wasn't taught in school when I was schooled. But that may well have changed..

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