T. William Wallin-sato
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"I used to pick up heroin from a chinese poker player with an eye
patch in Chinatown. I wish it were opium but Iím not that romantic. Although 9
out of 10 times I describe myself as a hopeless dreamer on clinic score cards
found in methadone clinics and St. John Hospital Wards. The government doses the
dead with a cherry flavored concoction that only lasts 24 hours. Genius.
Diabolical. No wonder they have so much power. They say they donít want free
health care but secretly thatís how they pay for their mind control substances.
We call it opiates. They call it regulation. We call it speed. They call it
attention deficit disorder medication. We call it dissociation. They call it
therapy. As long as they prescribe it legality isnít an issue. This is America."