lethal drugs

Ok!!! it’s really bothering me that no one is talking about Aldertree giving Izzy the Yin Fen!!! That drug is lethal if she gets addicted to it which is highly likely, then she’s dead. Her hair and eyes will turn silver and she will grow weaker and weaker until she can’t move or breathe and she will fucking die. There is no cure, there is no coming back from it.  

anonymous asked:

Over the next 10 days, the state government of Arkansas plans to execute eight men because one of the key drugs in their lethal injection protocol is set to expire at the end of the month! Wtf??

Really? I hadn’t heard about the yet. More and more drug companies are refusing to supply drugs for lethal injection. Why can certain governments not see that it’s an archaic and useless system that has no place in modern-day society? If it isn’t a deterrent then what’s the point? It’s barbaric to use people as science experiments, which is essentially what they are when they use experimental drugs to kill them.


Serial killer John Wayne Gacy was a charming, manipulative psychopath, and this showed both in his murders and his time in prison. He was especially good at making friends and gaining people’s trust. In the top right picture, he sits with one of his attorneys, Karen Conti. Even though she knew Gacy was responsible for the rape and murder of dozens of boys, Karen fell victim to the Killer Clown’s charm and established a friendship with him quickly.

In the top left picture, crime writer Jason Moss pays a visit to his friend John Wayne, days before his execution. Underneath is a picture of Gacy with his sister. The pair shared a hug and a joke before he was due to be strapped down onto a bed and injected with a cocktail of lethal drugs.

like se pegar

nois vai mete o loco

ngm liga fofa

to esperando surgir a famosa chance

olha a onda olha a onda tchutchu

sofredora desde sempre

quem não enfia toma

o importante nao eh ganhar e sim vencer

se a propia rainha miley cyrus nao ta nem ai pq eu uma mera serva estaria

muitos me seguem mas só jesus me acompanha

love is the most lethal drug of all.

come dance with us(:

dream on, but don’t imagine they’ll all come true.

people move on

surprise bitch


dance with me

you’re part of my entity, here for infinity

anonymous asked:

My mother tracks my location on my phone (which I'm not allowed to turn off) and forces me stay at home when I'm not in lectures. I'm terrified of staying out of my flat, even when I need to be in the library. I've been struggling with severe anxiety and depression and my friends keep telling me I should go to a doctor for help, but I'm scared that if I have to get medication my mother go through my things and take it away. I don't know what to do or if this can even be considered abuse...

all of those things are abuse. kids should have freedom to some appropriate level of independence. kids should not have all their private things spied on, or their privacy invaded constantly. randomly searching your things (unless she literally had very good reason to think you had like a lethal dose of drugs or a weapon or something similarly urgent) is absolutely not okay. all these things show a power imbalance - you could never breach her privacy like that. that sends the message that kids have no autonomy or privacy, which isn’t true.

if you were having harmful behavior or something, maybe a consequence limiting your outings would be reasonable, but this level of control over what, you existing as a mentally ill child? is absolutely abusive. and the fact that she won’t let you establish any boundaries of personal space or privacy with your own belongings is also abusive.

I really hope you stay safe, if there’s any way to reach out to a confidential resource about your mental health I would encourage that as soon as possible. pls message me if you have more specific questions.

Duterte: Public 'can kill' criminals
Philippines president-elect Rodrigo Duterte has effectively legitimized vigilantism, encouraging citizens to use deadly force against drug dealers.
By Euan McKirdy, CNN

Philippines president-elect Rodrigo Duterte effectively said he supports vigilantism in a nationally-televised speech.

Faced with criminals who resist arrest or threaten citizens, the controversial politician suggested that it was fine for citizens to take the law into their own hands.

“If he fights, and he fights to the death, you can kill him,” said the former mayor of Davao City, who was elected to the presidency in a decisive victory last month.During the address, Duterte also encouraged citizens to use deadly force against drug dealers who threaten them.

“Please feel free to call us, the police, or do it yourself if you have the gun … you have my support,” he told the crowd and television cameras.“Shoot him [the drug dealer] and I’ll give you a medal.”

BLANK (8/30)


Last month, a bill was signed to reinstate the firing squadas a legal method of execution in the state of Utah, partly due to a shortage of lethal injection drugs. Of the five rifles, one is loaded with blanks so that no one knows for sure who fired the bullets.


Have you ever killed a man? 

          No. Maybe. 

Have you ever killed a man? 

          I shot a ghost once. Filled him with smoke rings.
          I tattooed a tear on my cheekbone. It’s actually
          a daisy petal. No one knows the difference.

Have you ever killed a man? 

          I felt his pulse in my body like a sickness,
          felt it slow, a canoe in honey, a tired train.

Have you ever killed a man?

          Yes, obviously, haven’t you?

Have you ever killed a man? 

          The way my finger twitches, a pretty dress on
          a clothesline, a dog bound to its master. Dance, they say,

Have you ever killed a man? 

          and we did. It was a quick percussion.
          A drum solo and the crowd goes wild.

Have you ever killed a man? 

          My gun was a child. It giggled when  
          I picked it up. It could never actually

Have you ever killed a man?

          My wife says I’ve been crying in my sleep.

Have you ever killed a man?

          Like frost bite, doubt takes your extremities
          first. I haven’t felt my fingers in months.

Have you ever killed a man?

          He visits me in dreams, dragging my brother-gunmen
          by their hair. Four holes crown his forehead like a lunar
          calendar. He makes me cradle each of their faces, stare
          into their eyes as if gutting a pumpkin. Tonight, my brothers
          stand in a line before me; each holding a flower. They point
          the petals at my throat. All fire. All explode.

- Sierra DeMulder

California becomes 5th state to legalize assisted suicide

Los Angeles Times: California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed the controversial “right-to-die” bill allowing physicians to prescribe lethal doses of drugs to terminally ill patients who want to end their lives. California is the fifth state to legalize assisted suicide.

Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.

Photo: After a right-to die measure was approved by the California Assembly on Sept. 9., Debbie Ziegler holds a photo of her daughter, Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old California woman with brain cancer who moved to Oregon to legally end her life. (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

love is the most lethal drug of all. sometimes you will have to walk away from people you’re addicted to. you will need to stop making excuses for people that hurt you. and you will take your heart from the shelf they put it on and say “thank you for your time, but this felt damn freezing up there.” and you will reach up even if you don’t feel tall enough, and you will take it from the shelf, and you will put it back in your scratched up chest, and you will button up your shirt, and it’ll hurt like hell, but you will walk away. it will be the hardest thing you’ve ever had to do. you will think you’ve walked away from something you can’t replace, that you’ll never feel that high again. trust me, you will
—  Camila Cabello

I once read about a study of the corpses of prisoners executed by lethal injection that showed that most of the executions had, in terms of administering the proper amount of pain suppressing drugs, failed even to meet the veterinarian standards for putting down cats and dogs.

Anybody know anything about this study? I’m trying to remember how I came across it. Would love to find it again.

Also, I couldn’t have been more wrong in my prediction about today’s decisions. So I’m not sure how to feel. I haven’t read the opinions yet but I am really surprised. I am horrified by lethal injection as it can currently be done–actually if I can re-read that study I am pretty sure I’m horrified by lethal injection period. They inject a drug that paralyzes you so if they didn’t give you enough of the drug that dulls the pain, my worry is that when they give you the drug that kills you, if it feels like you are being burned alive, you’re already too paralyzed to scream. The more you think about lethal injection, the worse it seems. But the death penalty is something I used to be more supportive of. It is one of the few issues I’ve changed my mind about in the last few years.

But even if the justices remain fine with the death penalty in general, I am still disappointed that the disgraceful practice of lethal injection is allowed to continue. Firing squad makes more sense. I’m not kidding. (More humane. More honest. Saves the organs, etc.)

As for the Arizona re-districting case, I’m thrilled to be wrong in my prediction on this one. And I think there desperately needs to be a push in each state to get a ballot initiative going that creates independent redistricting commissions. I seriously think nothing could be more important right now than the effort to end gerrymandering by both parties.