Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Things Go Better With Coke...

I was catching a flight from Brussels airport earlier this year, when I witnessed an altercation between a visibly anxious passenger and a member of staff. Obviously flustered herself, the staff member shouted at the passenger "We can't help you, because there are no staff working here anymore". It is true, there have been swingeing job cuts at the airport.

But it seems that some people are doing well there. It seems that the baggage handlers have gone into the drugs business, according to a recent report.

Its a good job they are sub-contracting for Colombian drug dealers and not Al Queeda. Its a bit disturbing to note that an airport official admitted to the lack of security checks on the staff...


  1. CONGRATULATIONS Gary, on the new addition to your family!

    You must be very happy.

    By the way, have you decided on a name yet for your new guinea pig?

  2. Whilst you cannot obtain Cocaine legally in the UK you can obtain it Homeopathically, which is legal.

    The reason this is so, is that all homeopathic preparations are substances that have all been diluted hundreds of times, to such an extent, that no trace of the orignal substance under analysis can be found.

    The dilution process is intricate, especially as like alopathic medicines, various strenghs of the remedy can be made.

    Homeopathy works on the principle 'what makes you sick, makes you better'.

    I have a bottle of Cocaine prepared homeopathically, which I purchased this year to try and deal with my chronic insomnia. I was surprised when it arrived with the words Cocaine typed in full on the label, as previously I had received a homeopathic Canibus Indica remedy, with the word C written on the bottle. I presume this abbreviation was because the UK company were worried that someone would make a fuss about a bottle labelled Cannibus.
    How much more a label labelled Cocaine!

    Not long after my purchase of Cannibus Indica there was a television programme about Cannibus and subsequently a newspaper driven campaign highlighting the selling of preparations of Homeopathic Cannibus which the journalist regarded as dangerous.

    The UK Company was put under pressure to stop selling it, although it is not illegal to do so.

    Undetered, I found another company that was selling Cannibus Indica, but cleverly it was listed as Indica Cannibus .... Ha!! .... So, not immediately noticeable.

    As an Opiate Cocaine is used to relieve pain, but homeopathically prepared it can be used to treat a variety of other syptoms too, all of which are produced if you take Cocaine 'straight', without having undergone hundreds of dilutions.

    Cannibus has been recognised as being a great pain reliever for MS.

    When I tried homeopathic Cannibus for insomnia, it had a very relaxing effect, but unfortunately it was not effective at getting me to sleep. Some time ago, I had a dreadful pain above my brow. Nothing would shift it. Then, as a last resort, knowing Cannibus relieved pain, I tried a dose of homeopathic Canibus Indica and within seconds the pain was gone! I was gobsmacked.

    The homeopathic Cocaine I obtained for Insomnia at what I thought was not too high a dosage was much too powerful for me, and I felt quite 'drugged', but I would try it again at a lower dose if needed. I am also glad I bought it as it keeps for many years and might be helpful in the future if I were to suffer unbearable pain.

    Incidentally, after considerable research and study I found a combination of homeopathic remedies, all, at varying strenghs that has dealt with my insomnia and given some relief to other ailments ..

    However, it involved a lot of experimentation of my part and is not something that I would recommend unless you've done your homework and prepared to suffer any unpleasant effects.

    So many people suffer with chronic pain that I think it is a pity Canibus is not allowed to be prescribed by doctors.

    Meanwhile, many suffers of MS are obtaining Canibus from drug dealers. Some time ago the police raided the home of a lady in her 80's here in the UK suffering from MS and she was charged with drug possession.

  3. Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year from all the crew at Skeptyk Airways.