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Jodie Sweetin Got Trashed At Candace Camerons Wedding When She Was 14

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Oh. My. God. Jodie Sweetin is bananas. I dont even know if Im ready to get in to this with you guys right now, but it has to be done. We all know by now that Jodie Sweetin suffered with meth addiction and generally went hella craycray for a minute after Full House was done taping. Then she cleaned up and hosted that Pants Off Dance Off show for a bit. Well, in addition to having a baby and a crazy estranged husband, it turns out that Jodie has been busy penning a memoir . A memoir that

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Dealing a Major Blow to Mexico’s Masters of Meth

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A couple of years ago, there was some hope that the scourge of meth addiction , which was especially bad in rural America, might dissipate. In 2005, Congress had curbed over-the-counter sales of pseudoephedrine, the main ingredient of the psychostimulant drug methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth or ice. After that, the number of clandestine meth labs in the U.S. plummeted. Instead, the pseudoephedrine restrictions turned out to be a boon for a Mexican drug cartel that was just then comi

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BBC Law and Disorder

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BBC Law and Disorder XVID | 704×400 | Mp3 192Kbps | English | No SUBS | Length: 58min (Avarage) | Size: 2.91Gb Genre: Documentary BAFTA Award winning journalist and film maker Louis Theroux heads into the worlds of crime and addiction in this Series of four documentaries, with the wide-eyed, inquisitive broadcaster examining different approaches to law and order. In ‘Law and Disorder in Johannesburg’, Louis travels to one of the most dangeous cities in the world, to see how the residents and

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3,500 American Kids Begin Smoking Each Day–1K Will Smoke For Life

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Damian O’Hara– When scientists come across something spectacularly stupid, they refer to it as ‘not even wrong.’ I was troubled to see an editorial in the CSU’s Rocky Mountain Collegian asking the FDA to reverse its decision to ban the manufacture and sale of flavoured cigarettes. The basis for this demand: the ban is an affront to ‘personal liberty.’ This demand is ‘not even wrong.’ Nothing is preventing the author from flavouring his own cigarettes, should he or she wish, and nothin

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