Archive for the ‘cocaine addiction’ Category

sober companion questions for the doctor?

Welcome to sober companion by Dr. Rob Tencer DC,BSC.

We first wanted to answer your main questions of who is this sober companion? What does this sober companion do? How much does a sober companion cost? How do I contact a sober companion?
To contact dr. sober companion, please email us here: EMAIL SOBER COMPANION

Technorati Tags: , , , , , ,

Hitting Rock Bottom Pilot Teaser

0 Hitting Rock Bottom Pilot TeaserHitting Rock Bottom is a new original web series that is currently in development. Its a docu-drama about drug and alcohol addiction and recovery. Its an hour-long show with each show focusing on one person’s true story of their addiction and recovery. The docu-drama format is unique to addiction shows. It allows us to follow a person’s story from the very beginning of when they are first introduced to a substance. From there we can follow them into addiction, hitting rock bottom and eventually recovery. We can also explore all the characters and factors that contribute to this lifestyle.

Addiction is still very much a large social issue and the more information we can share about all the behaviors and substances out there the better. Our goal is to shed light where we can and help people find recovery.

We have created the first half of the show and are in post-production now. We plan to go into production on the second half but we need everyone’s support. We currently do not have funding or distribution. So any resources or donations would much appreciated.

Thank you everyone!

Corey Snyder, JJ Ko, Jonathan Baudoin, Chelsea Downs, David Powers, Robert Young, Steve Longo, Tara Stromberg, Nick Stromberg, Veronica Spratley, Kevin Jacobson, Stephan Versi, Ming Wong, William Bentley, Shenna Vaughn, Veronica Castro, Harry Morrison, Chris Ryan, Malcolm Xavier, Kae Cohen, Andres De Vengoechea, Gilbrando Acevedo, Karim Elkholy, Zeshan Bhatti, Bekir Ognat, Oxana Nalbandyan, Afia Odi, Adam P. Murphy, Albert Q. Moy, Erickson Dautruche, Bridget Gabbe, Toru Nishikubo, Gillian Visco, Kim Michelle, Lisa Spada, Lucius Bryant, Adonis Williams, Ivica Marc, Max Cohen Hanes, Lisa White, Assibey Blake, K’Sandra Sampson, Jimmy Welleby, Priscilla Godfrey, Sherae Smith, Ivan Durant, Carl Robinson, Monty Fischetti.

Digital Democracy Studios

Duration : 0:0:51

Read the rest of this entry »

Kicking the Drug Habit

0 Kicking the Drug HabitRecovering drug addict Clayton Chamberlain, shares his story with The Gleaner of overcoming his cocaine addiction. See his story here.

Duration : 0:5:9

Read the rest of this entry »

Black Dynamite Ep.3 – Richard Pryor Cocaine

0 Black Dynamite Ep.3   Richard Pryor Cocainelove this show

Duration : 0:0:23

Read the rest of this entry »

Consequences of doing Meth-missing teeth!

0 Consequences of doing Meth missing teeth!Yo Kid’s!
Watch closely as Grandpa Dopn shows you how you can plan on brushing your teeth every morning if you say yes to drugs and alcohol instead of NO!
Grandpa Don was addicted to Meth for over ten year’s and he lost all but one tooth because of it, they rotted out of his head!
Visit Grandpa Don at and see what he is doing today to show and tell Kid’s to Say NO to Meth and all other drug’s!
See you on the site!
Love ya,
Grandpa Don.

Duration : 0:5:47

Read the rest of this entry »

The Cocaine-Addicted Criminal

0 The Cocaine Addicted CriminalSUBSCRIBE!!!!!!1111

Duration : 0:1:54

Read the rest of this entry »

Type O Negative – Everything Dies/Lung

0 Type O Negative   Everything Dies/LungTrack 9 & 10 from Type O Negative’s fifth album “World Coming Down”, released on September 21, 1999 on Roadrunner Records.
This is seen as the band’s darkest and most personal album.

As with the band’s previous album, October Rust, this album also features a “joke intro”: in this case, the intro, appropriately titled “Skip It”, is 11 seconds of staccato band noise, meant to sound as if the listener’s CD player is skipping. Cassette versions featured the noise of a tape being “eaten” by the tape player. The track ends with what is presumably guitarist Kenny Hickey shouting, “Sucker!”

The first song, “White Slavery”, deals with cocaine addiction. Two other songs, “Everyone I Love Is Dead” and “Everything Dies,” touch on the difficulties of watching family members and loved ones die. The band’s awkward and dirgeful song “Who Will Save the Sane?” incorporates, among other oddities, Peter Steele reciting the number pi truncated to 9 decimal places (3.141592653). The album contains three “soundscape” tracks, which are named after internal organs, as segues between songs. Each of these songs is intended to suggest the possibilities of the deaths band members may suffer: “Sinus” as death from cocaine use, “Liver” as death through alcohol abuse, and “Lung” as death by smoking. In an ironic foreboding, Peter once told a close friend that he could not bear to listen to “Sinus” after it was mixed and completed, because the sound of the heartbeat escalating to its furious pace after the suggested cocaine-snorting sound effect actually drove him to the point of an anxiety attack because of its realism. Also featured, at the end of the CD, is a cover song, this one a medley of three Beatles songs. This trio of tunes cost the band an enormous sum of money after the recording and release was finalized, much to the dismal surprise of band members, because Michael Jackson’s record company owned rights to the Beatles songs used in the medley.


“Everything Dies”

Well I loved my aunt
But she died
And my uncle Lou
Then he died

I’m searching for something which can’t be found
But I’m hoping
I still dream of dad
Though he died

Everything dies
Everything dies

My ma’s so sick she might die
Though my girl’s quite fit she will die

Still looking for someone who was around
Barely coping
Now I hate myself
Wish I’d die

Everything dies
Everything dies
Everything dies

(No why)
Oh god I miss you
(No why)
Oh god I miss you
I really miss you

(no no no no)

Everything dies
Everything dies
Everything dies

[no lyrics]
[Cigarette lighter strikes]
[Inhaling, puffing on cigarette]
[Phlegmy snort, cough]
[Labored breathing]
[Man coughing in background]
[Children playing outside, people talking]
[Heart Monitor beeping]
[Woman weeping]
[Heart Monitor hits flatline]
[Woman sobs]
[Child singing "Three Little Speckled Frogs"]

Duration : 0:9:21

Read the rest of this entry »

Afghan parents give drugs to kids boosting consumption

0 Afghan parents give drugs to kids boosting consumptionThe United Nations has expressed alarm about the rise of drug abuse across the world. In its annual report on narcotics, the UN Office of Drug and Crime has identified Afghanistan as a country of special concern. It reveals that a huge number of parents give opium to their children, running the risk of condemning the next generation to a life of addiction.

Duration : 0:2:24

Read the rest of this entry »

Cocaine Angel – trailer

0 Cocaine Angel   trailerFor more information visit:

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. Directed by Michael Tulley and written by Damian Lahey COCAINE ANGEL has played in over ten film festivals. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction, yet it addresses a theme to which everyone can relate: the sad passage of time.
To learn more or buy the film,

Duration : 0:2:12

Read the rest of this entry »

Manly P. Hall – Cocaine & Karma 4/10

0 Manly P. Hall   Cocaine & Karma  4/10Manly Palmer Hall’s lecture on cocaine and karma.

Duration : 0:9:57

Read the rest of this entry »