събота, 25 февруари 2017 г.

How well do you know me!?


I started writting at age 15-16 years old, I started because I knew that I have story and I should tell me story, a lot of people shoud do that... it doesn't matter their age, what matters if they have gut feeling that they have story and they should tell it... don't waste time and do it.

My first book ever written was The Life Of One Kid it reached a lot of volumes rough said 7-8 volumes... some of the volumes were long... other short but as always I had something to tell... it wasn't empty.

To be clear this year I finished this series and I started new series
Reddit Collection +
Deeper Level

... Reddit Collection is more likely collected stories from different authors which are proffesional or not... amateurs...
CreepyPasta/CrappyPasta/NoSleep/Let'sNotMeet and many other types stories.

Deeper level is more likely my stories which I have written... one deeper look into the world!

Could you tell the readers a little bit about yourself?

- I like to read about killers/serial killers... also science news and to don't forget I like and facts.

What do you like to do when you're not writing?

- Listening to audiobooks, reading books or book... watching films or series...
playing games on my computer.

(P.S. Above you can check out my progress... I make sure to update my progress around this sites.)

Other than the  horror genre, what else has been a major influence on your writing?

- Biography of famous and less famous people have helped me to understand the world and to understand what type of person should I be or not.

Crime/True Crime - As you know or if you don't know... a lot of the stuff which we know are more from negative side... crimes... killings... they help us to improve our life, little or more they influence us.

Psychological Thriller - We can't know without getting hurt what's behind that door... right?

But this genre can give us an image without even being there!

The term horror, especially when applied to fiction always carries such heavy connotations.  What’s your feeling on the term “horror” and what do you think we can do to break past these assumptions?

A lot of good horror movements have arisen as a direct result of the socio/political climate, considering the current state of the world where do you see horror going in the next few years?

What are the books and films that helped to define you as an author?

- Mr.Nobody - still from the beginning and now helps me to difine that I am not the typical person who likes one side point of view but a guy who likes twisty works.

Devoured - Another example of twisty work (FILM)

Dexter - And there was a code and a boy... the boy was following the code... that was a surival code... instinct of Psychopath.
What new and upcoming authors do you think we should take notice off?

- Stephen King, Jack Ketchum, Karrin Slaughter, James Patterson, Tom Clancy (It's not a big problem that he is dead... you can colllect some data and apply it here...) and Michael Crichton

How would you describe your writing style?

- I won't put myself as perfect... neither and the worst... more likely average... for 2-3 years I made one big progress in about 40-41 books I have written and published officially. Some people don't reach so far in such time period, but I want to say special thanks to and the books which I read while I was writting this works.

(P.S. - YOu can find them here - Progress1)

Are there any reviews of your work, positive or negative that have stayed with you?

- More likely negative which say that...

(My works are full of rage...anger... and even some people say that they don't understand my works... but so far I am going to to ignore that as the first two-three stuff there is something true... probably "Yes". My works probably really are full of this... but everything should be told and said to the people... people should know the world not as "+" but and also and as "-" even and "+" and "-"... you don't see every day... Positive stuff... sometimes and negative comes on the way, some people can't continue others can that's a fact.)
What aspects of writing to do you find the most difficult?

- The aspect of what to put on the list and what not... which topic to focus on and on which to don't focus... which topic I am going to throw myself in and to live in this world ... forever and ever!?

... Some of my works needed a lot of time to be finished others were easy just following what I know... and tadataaaaa.....tadaaa... here is something very very flashy.
Is there one subject you would never write about as an author?

- Yes about romance... happiness... and giving false hope... Romance - I never had like it... since the beginning... happy then sad..... and the question in the end is what does this author or actors want to put inside in our bodies?
... Sadness or Happiness??? ...

Happiness... if it existed I would write... but it fucking doesn't exist... you should check out
#CrimeTime... check out True Crime News... check out archives of dead people... suicides... even 400 000 people have suicided in one year + the most youngest person ever suicided was a girl 6 years old... so you see my point right?

False hope - Some people think that there is a chance to get out from some places... but the answer is "No"... sorry for ruinning your all dreams... that's who am I... a guy who is going to destroy you inside and outside.

How important are names to you in your books? Do you choose the names based on liking the way it sounds or the meaning?
Writing, is not a static process, how have you developed as a writer over the years?  

What tools do you feel are must-haves for writers?         

- To have an app or a program for taking notes... sometimes I find very useful the notes and they help me to improve my work or to start from them to write something interesting.

- Thoughts/Mind = This is important people sometimes should focus on all thought and to remove the thoughts which they think are useless and to leave what's useful.

- Be Alone - I find myself more creative when I am alone than being with somebody else... but still you can also be creative in both paths but in different ASPECTS

- To Avoid Repeation - That's a TIP!

- To Follow as much youtube channels as possible... to read books more and more and more... watch films more and more and watch series more and more.

What is the best piece of advice you ever received with regards to your writing?

- I don't have answer!

Getting your worked noticed is one of the hardest things for a writer to achieve, how have you tried to approach this subject?

- I just do stuff... you know!

To many writers, the characters they write become like children, who is your favourite child, and who is your least  favourite to write for and why?

- I don't have answer!

What piece of your own work are you most proud of?

- I am proud that I told my stories so everyone could see that he isn't the only person with such story also and spending time with different people which helped me to analysis the world
And are there any that you would like to forget about?


For those who haven’t read any of your books, which of your  books do you think best represents your work and why?

- If you are into me... as who am I... what I like to read... what I have read... watched... you can go and check out the series

- The Life Of One Kid

... If you are into horror

Deeper Level is a nice choice... but it's kinda mind fuck!

Reddit Collection... is more easy to be swallowed

Do you have a favorite line or passage from your work, and would you like to share it with us?

- You are too dumb to think about possiblities when you are on the edge... you are on one fucking rope there... That's life one rope... endless from both sides... Mirror.. that's just an illusion life has never been a mirror that's the problem, you just put that just to feel like a scientist, but you ain't fucking scientist.

Songs... most of them are repeation of the same over and over AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER... (AIN"T SMART)
Can you tell us about your last book, and can you tell us about what you are working on next?

I am not still sure what next to be... a Deeper Level story or Reddit Collection... still thinking about deeper level... I have a lot of stories to telll as for Reddit Collection ... not sure do I have or I don't have stories collected.

If you could erase one horror cliché what would be your choice?

- If the cliché was one... okay... but they are too many!?!?! THEY ARE FUCKING TOO MANY! The moment when the parents don't understand each horror work... movie... parents more times don't understand as second I could put going inside to investigate even don't givin fuck what people say and then comes the question if... people won't listen to this people... what's the whole idea of this characters to exist!?

What was the last great book you read, and what was the last book that disappointed you?

- The last best book which I read was


by Robert Crais

- The work was breath taking!

And the last book which disappointed me... was

The Little Vampire

by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg

- Horrible work... noone should read such shit like this one.
What's the one question you wish you would get asked but never do?  And what would be the answer?


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Helpful 2017 #3

Facts Mind Blow #3

събота, 18 февруари 2017 г.

Story #5


The problem is that you are very, very fucked... and please follow...


The first is your sin... wanting to have sex... how much sinister is that?


With your girlfriend... or with your boyfriend... wife... husband or whoever is around you in your mind nothing else exist than sex and sex and sex and sex... this is the only thing which makes you both close and you use that as advantage don't ya?



Probably and I am an example of a guy full of sins... I always get hungry when I watch murders... killers... serial killers and the killings and the victims how they are disposal bodies and this really... really fucking bad makes me hungry.


The smoking you fucking don't stop it... that's one fucking in my beloved mother sin!

Cigarette smoking harms nearly every organ of the body, causes many diseases, and reduces the health of smokers in general.1,2

Quitting smoking lowers your risk for smoking-related diseases and can add years to your life.1,2

Smoking and Death

Cigarette smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States.1

Cigarette smoking causes more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States. This is nearly one in five deaths.1,2,3
Smoking causes more deaths each year than the following causes combined:4
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Illegal drug use
Alcohol use
Motor vehicle injuries
Firearm-related incidents
More than 10 times as many U.S. citizens have died prematurely from cigarette smoking than have died in all the wars fought by the United States during its history.1
Smoking causes about 90% (or 9 out of 10) of all lung cancer deaths in men and women.1,2 More women die from lung cancer each year than from breast cancer.5
About 80% (or 8 out of 10) of all deaths from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are caused by smoking.1
Cigarette smoking increases risk for death from all causes in men and women.1
The risk of dying from cigarette smoking has increased over the last 50 years in men and women in the United States.1
Smoking and Increased Health Risks

Smokers are more likely than nonsmokers to develop heart disease, stroke, and lung cancer.1

Smoking is estimated to increase the risk—
For coronary heart disease by 2 to 4 times1,6
For stroke by 2 to 4 times1
Of men developing lung cancer by 25 times1
Of women developing lung cancer by 25.7 times1
Smoking causes diminished overall health, increased absenteeism from work, and increased health care utilization and cost.1
Smoking and Cardiovascular Disease

Smokers are at greater risk for diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease).1,2

Smoking causes stroke and coronary heart disease, which are among the leading causes of death in the United States.1,3
Even people who smoke fewer than five cigarettes a day can have early signs of cardiovascular disease.1
Smoking damages blood vessels and can make them thicken and grow narrower. This makes your heart beat faster and your blood pressure go up. Clots can also form.1,2
A stroke occurs when a clot blocks the blood flow to part of your brain or when a blood vessel in or around your brain bursts.1,2
Blockages caused by smoking can also reduce blood flow to your legs and skin.1,2
Smoking and Respiratory Disease

Smoking can cause lung disease by damaging your airways and the small air sacs (alveoli) found in your lungs.1,2

Lung diseases caused by smoking include COPD, which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis.1,2
Cigarette smoking causes most cases of lung cancer.1,2
If you have asthma, tobacco smoke can trigger an attack or make an attack worse.1,2
Smokers are 12 to 13 times more likely to die from COPD than nonsmokers.1

Risks From Smoking: Smoking Can Damage Every Part of the Body

Risks From Smoking
Smoking Can Damage Every Part of the Body
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Smoking and Cancer

Smoking can cause cancer almost anywhere in your body:1,2 (See figure above)

Blood (acute myeloid leukemia)
Colon and rectum (colorectal)
Kidney and ureter
Oropharynx (includes parts of the throat, tongue, soft palate, and the tonsils)
Trachea, bronchus, and lung
Smoking also increases the risk of dying from cancer and other diseases in cancer patients and survivors.1

If nobody smoked, one of every three cancer deaths in the United States would not happen.1,2

Smoking and Other Health Risks

Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body and affects a person’s overall health.1,2

Smoking can make it harder for a woman to become pregnant and can affect her baby's health before and after birth. Smoking increases risks for:1,2,5
Preterm (early) delivery
Stillbirth (death of the baby before birth)
Low birth weight
Sudden infant death syndrome (known as SIDS or crib death)
Ectopic pregnancy
Orofacial clefts in infants
Smoking can also affect men's sperm, which can reduce fertility and also increase risks for birth defects and miscarriage.2
Smoking can affect bone health.1,5
Women past childbearing years who smoke have weaker bones than women who never smoked, and are at greater risk for broken bones.
Smoking affects the health of your teeth and gums and can cause tooth loss.1
Smoking can increase your risk for cataracts (clouding of the eye’s lens that makes it hard for you to see) and age-related macular degeneration (damage to a small spot near the center of the retina, the part of the eye needed for central vision).1
Smoking is a cause of type 2 diabetes mellitus and can make it harder to control. The risk of developing diabetes is 30–40% higher for active smokers than nonsmokers.1,2
Smoking causes general adverse effects on the body, including inflammation and decreased immune function.1
Smoking is a cause of rheumatoid arthritis.1
Quitting and Reduced Risks

Quitting smoking cuts cardiovascular risks. Just 1 year after quitting smoking, your risk for a heart attack drops sharply.2
Within 2 to 5 years after quitting smoking, your risk for stroke could fall to about the same as a nonsmoker’s.2
If you quit smoking, your risks for cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder drop by half within 5 years.2
Ten years after you quit smoking, your risk for lung cancer drops by half.2

(You continue to read this, this should be an example that you are one sick wacko...)

(But please stop insulting me... you are the guy... this guy in which shoes you want me to put....)


(That's the truth of what happens when you have too much
#2 - Deadly Sin)

8 Negative Side Effects Of Masturbation

Obviously, self-pleasure is a healthy and normal part of everyone’s sexual health. That said, just like our enjoyment of cheese fries or beer, everything is best enjoyed in moderation. The same can be true for masturbation: There can be too much of a good thing.

Have you ever stayed up just a bit too late rubbing one out, or were late to school or work because you got carried away in the morning? Or maybe you turned down an opportunity to meet someone to stay home and watch porn and enjoy yourself, by yourself? You aren’t alone. Here’s some other warning signs to look out for.

1. Training For Speed
Some guys have trained themselves to rub one out quickly, which can lead to ejaculating sooner than they'd like when they're getting it on with their sweetheart. “This can even lead to premature ejaculation issues over the long term,” says Antonia Hall, MA., a psychologist, relationship expert and sexpert and the award-winning author of The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life.

2. Is It Becoming A Crutch?
Many men practice masturbation in the wild hope they will suddenly start lasting longer. That’s actually not likely to happen.

“Weak erections and early ejaculation are very real problems for over 30% of the male population,” says Jacqui Olliver, The technique modifier at End the Problem and creator of Sex Mastery: Hard AND in Control! While a useful tool for practicing techniques to last longer, masturbation becomes dangerous when it is used as a crutch to avoid having sex with a partner. “This is because masturbating to the point of ejaculation reduces a man's desire for sex which then impacts his partner and causes (her) to wonder why he masturbates but won't have sex with her. This can lead to unnecessary confusion and stress in his relationship,” says Olliver.

3. Chemical Overload
As we said, there always can be too much of a great thing. And then it’s not so great. “When you masturbate, your body starts to kick out hormones and neurotransmitters, which can be healthy in moderation, but can lead to an imbalance when overly generated,” says Hall. “Eastern philosophies have warned about ejaculating too frequently as a drain on men's health for thousands of years,” says Hall. These physical symptoms can include back pain, tired, dry eyes, and problems with vision, fatigue and even hair loss.

4. Guilt/Shame Spirals
Depending upon the messages one was raised with, there can be a lot of shame or guilt that comes with masturbating and finding pleasure through the body. “These psychological messages can lead to physiological symptoms if they're not addressed. It's important to question if the messages we're raised with resonate as true for us as adults so they don't limit our happiness,” says Hall.

5. Difficulty Getting An Erection Or Reaching Climax
Overdoing anything is unhealthy for the body, and with overly frequent masturbation a guy may find that his erection is just not getting as firm as he'd like. “Similarly, reaching climax may become more difficult. All of this should reset itself if he reduces his masturbatory practices for a while,” says Hall.

6. Skin Issues
Any chronic rubbing of the skin can cause chafing, where the skin barrier becomes disrupted leading to dryness and  irritation. “To avoid chaffing, use a moisturizer or lubricant to allow for gliding over the skin, which prevents chafing. It’s the same concept behind putting petroleum jelly on the nipples before a marathon to prevent chronic rubbing,” says New York-based celebrity dermatologist Josh Zeichner.

7. Hand Pain
Have you ever used your computer for 12 hours straight and noticed your hands painfully locked in that position after? It’s known as carpal tunnel syndrome, and it’s evidenced by numbness and weakness or pain in your hand, due to pressure on the nerves on your wrist. Guess what else can cause that? Yup. “Carpal tunnel syndrome is a disorder caused by compression of the media nerve as it travels through the carpal tunnel of the hand,” says Christopher Hollingsworth, MD of NYC Surgical Associates. “Most often it is caused by repetitive wrist motion that occurs at work, although it could absolutely be caused by hobbies like masturbation. If you find that during masturbation you have pain, tingling or numbness in the thumb, index finger or middle finger, you may be giving yourself carpal tunnel syndrome and might want to dial it back a notch,” says Dr. Hollingsworth. But there is always surgical correction with a carpal tunnel release if you want to continue unimpeded, says Dr. Hollingsworth.

While you’re at it, tennis elbow is also a potential issue. From WebMD: "...Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to tennis elbow."

8. Hormonal Imbalances
Getting off is going to involve the same hormones as sex, and doing it too much can cause your hormones to go haywire, in a singular direction.

“In my practice, the untoward side effects I see from over-masturbation are usually related to the neurochemical pathways which result in an increase in inflammatory factors such as cortisol, prostaglandin and certain interleukin levels,” says Dima Ali, M.D. of Wellmedica Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine, Reston, VA, a cosmetic dermatologist/laser surgeon and anti-aging medicine expert. These can increase physiologically with normal levels of masturbation but can become overstimulated with excessive/addictive forms, resulting in hormonal imbalances and altered neurochemical pathways. “I have treated men for symptoms ranging from chronic pain and fatigue to thinning hair, adult acne, prostatitis, penile dermatitis/psoriasis, obesity and even impotence that have all resolved once the behavior normalized,” Dr. Ali says.

9. Infections
You can’t get STIs from self-pleasure, but you can aggravate other infections, and spread outbreaks from one area to another. Chronic infections of the penis, such as balanitis (more commonly seen in uncircumcised men), and outbreaks of Herpes II are also more common with excessive masturbation due to the increased chance of skin breakage. “Stress also decreases both the body’s ability to produce natural lubricating factors and to heal such lesions, which can result in difficult-to-treat/chronic conditions. The good news is that cessation of the behavior is often a cure,” says Dr. Ali.

Notes: Drugs are so fucking bad and you just don't stop using them that's a fact!

There have been any number of studies on what might be the world’s most dangerous drugs over the years. A problem many of these have is they focus on only one aspect of what makes any particular drug harmful. For example, how much damage to society does it cause, is it dangerous in the long term / short term, or how addictive is it. To really get to grips with this question all these factors need to be taken into account; but also we need to look at the actual statistics – how many people are actually seriously harmed by these drugs.

The first thing to do is forget any government classification of narcotics. These are partly driven by vested interest, partly by politics and often out of date with the reality on the street. It was the chief British drugs advisor, Prof. David Nutt, who pointed out that horse riding was statistically far more dangerous than taking ecstasy. However, one is a highly illegal drug whereas the other is considered a wholesome pursuit. So, this would lead me to think that it isn’t our governments concern for our safety that drives their drug policies.
Perhaps the most glaring inconsistency in almost any government’s ability to rank the danger of drugs is the fact that the only two that kill in their millions are perfectly legal whilst some schedule 1 / class A drugs are not toxic or addictive.

In this list of the 10 most dangerous illicit drugs I am going to focus on the danger the drug presents to the user. So I’m looking at how toxic the drug is, how addictive it is and how quickly you will cease to be a functioning human being once you start using.

10. Ketamine
Ketamine in powder form

AKA: K, Special K, Vitamin K, K2

Price: $$$

Ketamine is perhaps best known as a horse tranquiliser although it was developed for human use. It was intended to replace PCP (Angel dust) as a shorter lasting anaesthetic and it is still used in certain situations. However, there are several side effects that come in to play as the drugs effects wear off, most notably hallucinations. These usually last less than 2 hours along with feelings of detachment, which can be fairly extreme.

Ketamine overdoses are potentially fatal and there is no effective antidote. A patient may need to be put on life support to maintain respiratory function until they can breath on their own. Possibly the greatest risk to users of ketamine though is the direct psychological effects or the “K-hole”. The user may become so detached from reality that they endanger themselves. For example two eminent ketamine experimentors wound up dead, one from hypothermia and the other drowning.

There is plenty of evidence of ketamine being addictive and once this happens tolerance soon builds up. Along with this go several side-effects such as bladder problems, memory loss and various other psychological impairments. Withdrawal may result in minor, but permanent nerve damage.

9. Amphetamines
 Snorting amphetamines
Snorting amphetamines

AKA: Speed

Price: $$

It may seem strange but one of the few legitimate medical uses of the stimulant amphetamine is in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). For most people though, the effects of taking amphetamines are feeling energised and confident.

There is a risk of addiction, but the evidence is that this is only particularly likely with heavy use. If someone does become addicted then tolerance grows quickly requiring ever increasing doses. Surprisingly amphetamine overdoses rarely prove fatal and there is little evidence to show that it can result in heart attack, strokes or other cardiovascular events.
What excessive doses can do is effectively change the wiring of the brain making addiction stronger or more likely.

Perhaps the best known and most sinister of amphetamines side effects is “speed psychosis”. One study found that nearly 20% of heavy users had clinical levels of psychosis. Of these up to 15% never fully recover. The symptoms of amphetamine psychosis are very similar to schizophrenia with hallucinations, delusions of persecution and extreme agitation being common.
And this is why amphetamines make it onto this list.

8. Benzodiazepines
Temazepam – a benzodiazepine

AKA: Benzos, downers, duck eggs

Price: $

Valium (diazepam) is probably the best known of all prescription sedatives. They were developed partly in an effort to replace barbiturates (see below) as an anti-anxiety/depressant. Whilst they are somewhat less likely to result in fatal overdose they are highly addictive. Benzodiazepines are also widely available, this has made them the most widely abused class of psychoactive drugs in America.

Much of the misuse of benzodiazepines revolve around managing other drug use, e.g. to make heroin or amphetamine come downs more tolerable. Whilst there is evidence of benzodiazepine addiction alone most users seem to have a multi-drug problem.

What is interesting about this class of drug is the problematic behaviours caused are exactly the opposite you would expect from a drug considered a sedative. For example in the 1990s in the UK, at the height of the ecstasy-fuelled rave scene there was more violence surrounding the use and supply of the benzodiazepine tamazepam than all the other party drugs together.
The same appears true for users. In what are termed paradoxical effects people using these drugs may end exhibiting symptoms the very opposite of those the drug is intended to treat. These symptoms often include psychosis and higher levels of psychopathy. Studies have also shown use of benzodiazepines increases risk taking behaviour.

7. Methadone
Methadone – © Fred Shakeshaft


Price: $$

6. Barbiturates
Prescription barbiturates

AKA: Downers, red devils, pink ladies, purple hearts, goofballs

Price: $

Barbiturates have been around for a long time and were once the drug of choice of the American housewife. They are a class of sedatives which were widely prescribed to treat depression, anxiety and even sleeping problems until the potential dangers were realised in the late 1960s. Since 1970 barbiturates have not been freely available, if they were they would appear higher up this list.

The drugs work by depressing the nervous system which in turns gives the user a feeling of relaxed contentment and even euphoria. They also reduce anxiety and inhibition, somewhat similar to the effects of alcohol. There is no lack of evidence to show the addictive powers of barbiturates and this is both physical and psychological. In fact barbiturate withdrawal is one of the most severe and can be fatal.

The true danger of barbiturates though lies in the ease in which users can overdose. There is a much finer line between a normal and a deadly dose than with most other narcotics. Over the years countless deaths have been attributed to accidental barbiturate overdoses including celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and Jimi Hendrix. However, even in “safe” doses barbiturates can eventually kill you with a range of physical and mental side effects.

5. Tobacco
 Smoking tobacco
Cigarettes, the world’s most popular way to kill yourself!

AKA: Snout

Price: $

If anything else killed up to 20% of the population prematurely then you might expect the government to frown on it. But here we have a highly addictive drug that causes the slow painful death of millions worldwide every year and it is perfectly legal. It does make you wonder about the authorities motivations for controlling other drugs though.

But everybody knows smoking kills you so we’ll move on.

4. Alcohol
Hard liquor – © The D

Price: $

The fact alcohol is legal in most countries is the main reason it is not higher up the list. There is little doubt that alcohol addiction will mess you up but the fact it is legal means many can just about hold things together and put on a veneer of normality. That is until their liver gives up and everyone close to them leaves.

3. Crystal Meth
 Crystal meth
Crystal meth – methamphetamine © Radspunk

Price: $$$

Methamphetamine, or crystal meth, has actually been around since the 1890s. Its first recorded use was by the Nazis in World War II, when it was used as a stimulant by fighter pilots and tank commanders. The drug then reappeared in 1950s America as an anti-obesity product. Remember those diet pills you heard about people getting addicted to – crystal meth!

These days methamphetamine has a very different reputation. If you believe the media there is a a veritable epidemic of crystal meth has swept across the U.S. turning users into skeletal zombies within a matter of weeks. Although this is certainly not what happens to everyone who tries methamphetamine it is one of an elite class of drugs where there is virtually no bottom to how bad it can get.

Whilst in some ways similar to other amphetamines crystal meth is both more addictive and much worse for your body. The effects of crystal meth are likened to crack cocaine, but lasting much, much longer.
However, methamphetamine is a neurotoxin; it works by flooding the brain with  high levels of dopamine which creates the feelings of euphoria. Ironically it also damages the dopamine receptors meaning you will need ever increasing doses of meth and leading to long term emotional problems. There is also evidence of that long term meth use destroys the brain’s grey matter.

Methamphetamine is known to be an aphrodisiac and can prolong sexual activities. It is not unheard of for meth-fuelled sex parties to go on for days. On the negative side, a direct correlation between high-risk sexual practices and related infections has been seen with crystal meth abuse.

One of the best known side effects suffered by meth addicts is what the drug does to the skin. The drug itself causes skin conditions such as acne which are compounded by the lifestyle and lack of personal-care. This is further compounded by addicts often compulsively and obsessively picking their skin of their face causing open sores. The other classic result of meth abuse is “meth mouth”. This chronic tooth decay is the combination of a dry mouth and the complete lack of oral hygiene when addicts become totally self-neglecting..

Along with all the meth specific risk are several common to other drugs. There is psychosis, risk of heart attack or stroke and possible death by overdose. This combined with the fact most addicts will need to resort to crime to pay for their habit is why crystal meth features on our list.

2. Heroine
 Heroine cooking
Cooking up some heroine

AKA: H, junk, horse, smack, skag, brown

Price: $$$

It was a difficult choice between heroine and crystal meth but from what I’ve read heroine wins out on the most dangerous drugs stakes. There are three main reasons for this the first of which is heroine is just more dangerous. Whilst taking too much meth might not do you any good it is a lot more difficult to kill yourself with an OD than it is with heroine. In fact it is all to easy to accidentally overdose on heroine. One reason is it doesn’t take that much, but the main reason is that no one has a clue how pure the stuff you get on the street is. Every set of hands it passes through it gets cut with some other dirty white powder. Until that is, one day you get some that is 50 or 60% pure. This might contain three or four times the dose you’ve been taking and that’s enough to kill you.

Then there is the physical withdrawal. Once addicted kicking the habit is going to involve a whole world of pain. Whilst generally no worse than a case of flu this can be more than enough to discourage the addict to try quitting. Of course stopping using is also going to involve dealing with the psychological addiction too. So heroine is probably the hardest of all drugs to give up.

One of heroine’s worst attributes is the drug’s ability to practically take over a user’s soul so that nothing else matters. None of the other drugs at the top of this list will sap the life out of you quite like heroine. It will be the only thing you think about from the moment you wake up and junkies will do anything just to get the next fix.

1. Cocaine
 Crack cocaine
Crack cocaine

AKA: Coke, blow, charlie, crack, rock

Price: $$$$

Cocaine may be regarded as the champagne of drugs by some, and the price tag reflects that. However, I wouldn’t take the price of any of these drugs too seriously. At the end of the day, once you develop a serious addiction to any of the top three, it will cost you all your money, and probably your soul too!

Despite having the status of the celebrity drug of choice, as used by models, rock-stars and Wall Street traders, cocaine is surprisingly commonplace. One study suggested nearly 10% of young adults in the U.S. had used cocaine within the last year. With effects including a sense of euphoria, limitless energy and god-like feelings why wouldn’t it be popular?
But unsurprisingly it is highly addictive. Coke acts on the primal reward areas of the brain which are normally triggered via, for example, sex or eating food we like. This makes the cravings for cocaine powerful.

As well as being bad for your wallet cocaine is particularly bad for you with more emergency room visits in the U.S. being caused by it than any other illegal drug. There are few parts of the body cocaine does not adversely effect but the most significant risks are sudden death from heart attack or stroke.

Whilst the physical effects of withdrawal are relatively minor the psychological addiction can be hard to break with some users even becoming suicidal. Although the process may only last 2 weeks a cocaine addict may experience cravings for the drug years down the line.

Of course the powerful effects of cocaine weren’t quite enough for everyone. Although you can inject coke, it is dangerous and apparently gives a very strong but short-lived rush. This is why crack came about. You can’t effectively smoke coke but this is how you take crack. The result is a more powerful but shorter lived hit, followed by a nasty come down. This makes crack even more addictive than normal cocaine.

Crack has all the same risks as other forms of cocaine plus smoking it is very bad for your lungs. There is also a higher risk of overdosing due to increased cravings.

In conclusion; there are some drugs that people can live with, some for a long time. These may be legal or illegal and how long you live a relatively healthy life on these is somewhat of a lottery. There are however some drugs that even if you have all the money in the world and a guaranteed pure source are still going to mess you up. Take your pick from crack, meths, heroine or alcohol – if you have an addictive personality type then it probably won’t end happily.

And this was the beginning of the horror are you ready for a dose?

четвъртък, 16 февруари 2017 г.

LISK Killer

So I am going to try solve the murder mystery

So as first the killers have patterns the people which are solving the case should look patterns they say a lot of about the killer. As second to collect and gather as much evidence as possible, also to try to see what type of people is he searching... their behavior... their social status, their life... and so on and so on. As third to try to make a trap for him, most times killers just get in the trap if they are  clever enough.

As Fourth to try to search as more behavior patterns of him as possible... sometimes the killings speaks volumes, it's called art. Killing is like the music, stories it's an example of art. He is going to speak soon, who knows, but I am sure soon he is going to have spread a message. What he is doing is for reason, killers are man reasonable men.

His killing could have some kind of message, that he does or that or that probably there is reason, did he faced the victims... when he was killing them.

By which way he was killing them... while they are alive and he removes little by little parts from their skin or while they were dead?

How much time is between his killings? How much times does he spend with each victim... is there a victim with which spends more time and with other less?


сряда, 15 февруари 2017 г.

DeYtH Banger

So a new books in on the way, I named it

Notes of A DeadMan by DeYtH Banger, I hope you enjoy it it's available as audiobook also
it's 1:50:00.


So it's about stuff which have happen around me... some experience some notes and so on and so on and even and thoughts.


1. Be First

2. Be Second
(And second ain't bad...)

3. Be Third
(Mhm, at least there is one more place!?... KINDA!)

4. Be Fourth
(I am glad to have you on the board...)


I am happy to announce that updates are comming on the way, feel free to follow this page and keep in touch with this page, I will make sure to make everything available free and easy to be found.

Good Luck to All of you!

понеделник, 13 февруари 2017 г.

DeYtH Banger

You want to get to know me?
YOu want to know more about me?

- The Life Of One Kid 1
(That was the beginning of my life... first CheckPoint)

(That's the second checkpoint... don't give up now)

(I have something to tell ya... probably you ain't gonna like it... 3 - CheckPoint)

(Suprise biatches... suprise... you just got locked in the matrix ...4 - CheckPoint....)

(Everything has goes with it's own consequences... 5 - CheckPoint)

(Now the Prank is on you... do you like it?... Before I was the victim... 6 - CheckPoint)

- The Life Of One Kid 6 (Part 2)
(Don't hang up... 6 - CheckPoint... I have problems to get out from this problem... I just got stucked...)

- The Life Of One Kid 7 (Part 1)
(Not so fucking ready... for (First round)... we started little and we gonna get the same result.. .that's the world...)

- The Life Of One Kid 7 (Part 2)
(I think that I should say "GoodBye", here.... CheckPoint 7 (The end of The Life Of One Kid)

You are one fucking son of a biatch, your hands are full of blood and even don't know what to do with the victim... you killed somebody and you ain't so smart to kill him or her the correctly. If you have lower IQ, you are very, very easy killer, if you are smart you ain't gonna be caught....

(Something is missing in this movie)

- Reddit Collection 1
- Reddit Collection 2
- Reddit Collection 3
- Reddit Collection 4
- Reddit Collection 5
- Reddit Collection 6
- Reddit Collection 7

(All this here works are officially out feel free to spread them and to give a chance and somebody else to read them. If you are fan of short-horror stories you should check out from 1 up to 7. - Enjoy!)

Are you having fun?

Now is My Turn!

Deeper Level C#N
(This work is going to change your life... forever... few works... and you gonna be changed forever.... are you going to take this challange?)

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