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Here are a few quotes from her blog:
im going to a mt. cabin with three friends after school tomorrow, for the weekend.
its gunna be lots of fun. lots of drunk, lots of stones, lots of drugs.
but little sleep.
green jello shots, im excited about that idea. i just cant seam to help myself.
i still havnt packed. i need to. im bad at this game.
i really do like pills. i just cant seam to help it. theres nothing i can do. so i bought some, toDAY. what? no, did.. is that.... no.... i.. no.. asp... no.. asperin. right. yeah. i bought asprin toNIGHT.
this weekend was fucking great. it was so calm and chill. i didnt have to think about going to work, or how i would get home. just me and three friends in a small wonderful cabin.
we didnt even get too fucked up. we got drunk on fri. form the jello, did salvia on sat. and smoked later that sat.(only to have me sleep for like three hours) and later at night i had a 'night cap'.
but i got destressed.
and when i got back today i smoked.
i didnt even go through a full pack of cig.s in the mt.s. which is amazing for me. i normally smoke at least half a pack a day. but i didnt, heheh.
not im sleepy from the pot.
I don't want to mention the url of the blog just for that modicum of privacy but I am talking about people not realizing about the consequences of posting private, and illegal experiences online.
Here is a post I found on Collegev2 about this issue on facebook. He posted a picture of a girl doing drugs and then putting it up on the photo section for the world to see.
Tags: Opinion, Internet
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