Getting High Injecting Snake Venom

Getting High Injecting Snake Venom

STEVE LUDWIN: I’m going to show you the effects of the hemotoxin in venom on blood, OK? And you can already see pretty quickly, it’s kind of congealing. It’s quite gloopy. And I’m beginning to wonder if that’s such a good thing to be happening in my body. Sometimes I think, god, that can’t be […]

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Swaziland: Gold Mine of Marijuana (Part 1/2)

Hello, I am Hamilton and I’m currently standing on the outskirts of a weed field in Swaziland. And, I am holding in my hand a plastic bag full of Swaziland gold nugs and I am grateful to be here very grateful to be here yeah with a temperate climate majestic waterfalls and an abundance of […]

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VICE News Daily: Italy’s Army Grows Medical Marijuana

[Music] it’s Monday July 20th and here’s some of the news beyond the headlines a northern Indian village – two local politicians hostage on Sunday the residents of Mughal Surrey in Uttar Pradesh were angry over frequent power cuts and water shortages villagers say they were forced to take action after the local government failed […]

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Single Japanese Women Are Buying the Boyfriend Experience | Slutever

what is it that’s missing in women’s lives that would make them hire someone like you why do they need you a comedy Madonna Madonna solid I see women around the world are gaining economic independence and Japan is no exception rather than dealing with the exhaust braiding issues of relationships in marriage women are […]

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Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

[MUSIC PLAYING] [SOUNDS OF AMAZON] HAMILTON MORRIS: Hello. I’m Hamilton Morris. We’re currently boating through flooded forests on our way to meet the Mayoruna Indians, a formerly cannibalistic tribe who use a strange frog derived drug they call sapo. They use it to give themselves energy before hunting. They use it to abort pregnancies by […]

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VICE News Daily: Chile’s First Legal Crop of Medical Marijuana Harvested

[Applause] it’s Wednesday April 8th and here’s some of the news beyond the headlines [Applause] Indian police have killed 20 suspected sandalwood loggers in the country’s south a forestry officials said the loggers attacked police with axes and sticks but rights groups dispute that saying they were actually unarmed laborers exporting sandalwood in India is […]

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Surviving One of the Deadliest Routes to Europe: Refugees at Sea

Surviving One of the Deadliest Routes to Europe: Refugees at Sea

Hey hey hey! I will not accept fighting! It’s very hard to make people calm down. There’s a real fear of dying in the water. I think I have something. 150 degrees maybe… on the horizon. (Unintelligible)… Yea It’s right there. Guys! Hey! Hey! Hey! Calm down! Ok?! Don’t come in this way. Don’t come […]

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Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan

Narrator: Japan has an incredible tolerance for the sexual exploitation of young girls. Host: If somebody asked you what your job description was, what would you tell them? SCHOOLGIRLS FOR SALE ~Light Music~ Host: This is the Akihabara neighborhood in central Tokyo, and it’s ground zero for “JK”. Which is what the Japanese call “schoolgirl […]

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Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars

Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars

There is a paucity of mental health services in the community. Are you worried? A little bit, yeah. There’s really no system that’s really looking out for them. We’re just leaving them to fend for themselves. Today, man, I am a better man. I am getting better. I just can’t think to myself that a […]

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Doctors Explain Why U.S. Healthcare Is So Expensive (HBO)

Doctors Explain Why U.S. Healthcare Is So Expensive (HBO)

Mitch McConnell unveiled new modifications to the GOP health care bill today in his latest attempt to sway 50 Republican senators to get behind repealing and replacing Obamacare. The new bill adds $45 billion to help states deal with the opioid crisis— a nod to previous holdouts Rob Portman of Ohio and Shelley Moore Capito […]

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