The Hard Lives of Britain’s Synthetic Marijuana Addicts

Spice just hits you like a truck,
it just knocks you out. Whereas bud you just sit and chill. You know what? I wish I could go back to my bud. Because you know what,
Spice, it’s horrible. I woke up after the Spice,
with vomit all over my bed, and myself. I know a kid who died of it. Couldn’t get his heart beating more. It was beating too fast,
it just went and shook out. As the new government began
making moves to ban all legal highs, we headed to Manchester,
where synthetic drugs like Spice, and other brands like Vertex,
Pandora, and Insane Joker, are freely available to buy from news
agents and places known as head shops. Although manufacturers state on
the packets that they’re not fit for human consumption,
legal highs are used recreationally. And they make the press when
students overdose on them. Most people thought it was
a recreational drug, a party drug, something that you could,
perhaps, dip in and out of. But actually, nobody really knows
what they’re made of part and what structure they have and
how they impact on the body. Although students with a support
network tend to dip in and out of synthetic drugs. We wanted to meet a much more
vulnerable group of people who can suffer from the affects of
a real dependency on legal highs. All the clients that
are presenting here are using spice. It’s affecting the mental health,
it’s affecting the physical health, and it’s a massive, massive problem. Manchester has more rough sleepers
then anywhere else outside of London. Cuts to council services have left the city with 20% fewer emergency
beds than there were five years ago. And during that time, legal highs have become a crutch to many
of the people who now live on the streets. I use it myself, and I use it because it takes the pain away. It’s legal. What can I do? I can sit here now, there could be 20 officers around
me with guns and everything. As long as pull a bag of spice out and
start rolling it, I can roll it. Nothing that anybody can do. I pull a bag of weed out and
they’ll all be on me like a car bonnet. How might people go about trying to
get hold of it once you can’t go to a shop and buy it? There’s always gonna
be some match level drug. There’s already street dealers out there. Are you worried though that it
might start criminalizing people? Yes, yes I’ve seen some bad you
have got to look at this drug, it’s bringing heroine addicts, I know a
heroine addict that’s a Spice addict now. He takes Spice like he used to take
heroine every single day of the week. He doesn’t took to heroine now, so that heroine a class A drug and
the Spice is bringing him off that. What is in this stuff? It’s amazing. The Misuse of Drugs Act
controls substances on the basis of their structure. The banned cannabinoid in weed is THC. Synthetic cannabis like spice mimics
the effects of weed by replicating and slightly altering the chemical
that gets people high. Legal high manufacturers design
cannabinoids and constantly update the composition of their products,
so that they remain within the law. But, these experiments can leave
the users smoking a legal version of weed that can be a hundred times stronger. One of the few volunteer
organizations that caters to Manchester’s homeless
community is Lifeshare, a charity that looks after young people
seeking advice and accommodation. Where I’ve just come from
is everywhere… It’s everywhere… Yeah, it’s everywhere. People are making thousands
of pounds off that. In jail, yeah. And trust me I’ve seen
some kids in wheelchairs. It’s funny, yeah, but afterwards it’s not. So more people just die. Pretty much most of our
clients use the Spice. I think the main reason that it’s
being used quite a lot, is it’s cheap. People that used to smoke cannabis,
they’re spending ten pound on cannabis. And they’re getting two smokes out of it. They’re spending five
pound on a gram of spice. And it’s going a lot further and
it’s a lot stronger as well, I believe. What I’ve noticed when it comes
to Manchester is the number of rough sleepers there are. Most of our clients now
are homeless and will sleep here. Why is that? Well, realistically there’s
budget cuts to various services or whatever, and homelessness has been a major one. We need more shelters and
we need more hostels. Lifeshare is the first point of contact
for people living on the streets, and currently sees over 100 clients. A regular member of their
drop-in clinic is Titch. I’ve got a spliff there. Where do you sleep at night, Titch? Car park up Portland Street. Are you waiting for a hostel? When was the last time
you had a Spice hit? About half 10, 11 o’clock this morning. How are you feeling right now? Like I want to kill someone. I want to go back into Strangeways
(Prison) and do a 28 day detox. But that would be pointless. Why would it be pointless
going into Strangeways? Because there’s more Spice in there
than what’s out on the streets. [INAUDIBLE] You look like you’re about to roll a spliff. Yeah, [INAUDIBLE] I forgotten
a spliff this morning. That’s about 40 spliffs
right there in that one. I don’t want it, but I’m in pain. I’m in that much pain. Where does it hurt? My stomach, shooting pains down my leg, shooting pains up my spine. Pains in my neck and in my arm. Harmful if swallowed. May cause respiratory irritation. Do you want a glass of water to drink? Have you ever seen any other drug like this? This is supposed to be legal, but it has a sense of deterioration
that you don’t expect from crack. Crack cocaine, and then quickly, rapidly deteriorated,
over a few weeks of using it. I’ve gone from that to this. Can you remember the first
time you started Spice? In the summer seeing young people
begging that would have never normally begged before and
they’re going begging for Spice. Risking their accommodation and
everything, cuz they’re not going home to accommodation cuz they’re off their
faces on Spice in the car parks. How much Spice do you smoke? Six grams a day. Six grams a day?
– Yeah. And how much does that cost? It’s three for 20 pounds so
you are looking at about 30 pounds or 40 pounds a day. I’d rather it be illegal because, do you
know what yeah I’d rather blaze my bud. Look at me now yeah, right,
I’m rattling, right, my head’s all over, right,
and I can’t think straight. Now, if this was bud, don’t get me wrong,
I’d be sat here stressed, Judy’s seen me stressed when I’ve not had bud, but I’m not like this, I’m not rattling. You know what, it’s horrible. And it’s the same irritability that
you would associate with crack, but you’re actually sometimes now showing
physical withdrawal signs as well, which you usually associate with heroin. I mean some of the young people here
describe the heart palpitating and really, really going really fast. They just will not take on board that how detrimental it’s gonna be to their
mental health, their long-term well-being. How did it make you feel? The first time I had it?
– Yeah. It was actually Pandora’s box as well. Were you there? We can do that. I think. I don’t know! What are you doing with your legs? And I was just waving my legs,
laughing my ass off at every single thing. I don’t know. You had a spliff about half an hour ago now. How are you feeling now? I’m not as bad, a bit anxious but not too bad. I’m putting my full time into
getting off Spice, I know I can but I have to be away from
being surrounded by it. At the moment the town has
become a breeding ground for it. Everybody comes into town, they won’t
go home because they need to get Spice. It’s being in this
situation on the streets, while everybody else is doing it, that I
kind of find it hard to get away from it. Titch, do you see that your way out
of Spice, and being surrounded by Spice culture is by getting
a secure accommodation in a hostel? Yes, d’you know what? I’ve said this from day one. I will stop smoking Spice when
I get in a hostel, right? And the only reason, the reason is yeah,
is because of the bud. I’d love to smoke my bud after
this because I know yeah, my bud ain’t making me unfit,
it ain’t making me drop, it ain’t fucking my head up and that. Before meeting Tim, Johan realized that
legal highs like Spice were addictive. He’s only gone a few hours without smoking
it before showing signs of withdrawal. There’s the rattling going now. I wanted to find out from someone
whose job it is to get people off drugs, if the legal status of a particular
substance had any impact on whether people take it or not. There is a level of naivete
around thinking that by making legal highs illegal,
people will be less inclined to use them. If somebody is already in a situation of
relative chaos in their life in general, it would be unlikely that we would see
a significant impact in people using them. It’s not necessarily gonna positively
impact on the people who are using it, but it impacts on who’s in charge of the
supply and where the supply comes from. It’s a public health issue. And what we wouldn’t want to see is for the criminal aspect of that problem to be
prioritized over the public health aspect. I think all services providing
information, support, access for members of the public, we’ve had
significant financial cuts, I think, over the last five years. And that’s probably going to continue, so there’ll be a 25% reduction in
the overall spend on drugs and alcohol. He’s one of the biggest
Spice heads in town. I know two people who have died of it. At a city center soup kitchen, local health workers are dealing with
Spice casualties on a daily basis. The guy that we first
came across on the wall, he was completely out of it, unconscious. We’ve been talking to
lots of people about it. They say they’ve never seen a drug
have as massive effects as legal highs do on people. No. We’ve gone from having no problems with it to now we’re getting three or
four people every night. We’ve had no training on it, obviously,
when we did the training it wasn’t there, now we are starting to get training on
it because there’s so much out there, it’s so bad. Outlawing something doesn’t sort of
change people’s intention to do something. It doesn’t no, but it becomes
illegal more can be done about it. Same again, now I can smell it now. – Yeah, me too. And it doesn’t smell like weed,
does it? No.
It is so much chemically related, that nobody really knows what’s in it. It will knock you out and it will numb
your senses to the elements and stuff. This is why it’s becoming
a homeless phenomenon, it’s because it numbs your senses and it makes you dull and
it makes the elements not bother you. Later that night we went to find it. As we wandered the streets,
it was hard to ignore the irony and the fact that Spice was, to some degree,
a problem of the government’s own making. And there seemed to be a similarity
between Titch’s cycle of satisfying his own addiction and the government’s way of handling drugs. A sort of Whac-a-Mole tactic that
only serves as a temporary solution. As ministers debate the details of
the new psychoactive substances bill, while cutting addiction services and
housing support, only time will tell where the problem
might pop up again in the future.

100 comments on “The Hard Lives of Britain’s Synthetic Marijuana Addicts”

  1. Taylor St. John says:

    Totally unique high in and of itself. It's like it wraps all the euphoric perks of all psychoactive euphoriants up in one blanket and then throws in an edgy paranoia that comes and goes in waves. It's speedy…it's kind of dissociating, it's dreamy and euphoric, and then…psychosis and not knowing the difference between your ass and your head. Scary stuff. These RC manufacturers could care less whether or not we die at our wits end doing whatever we can to get our hands on this disgusting crap. I hate that it exists. You absolutely must be careful with it, but DXM first/second plateau doses DID help me perform some self-introspection and get down to some of the root issues. As an addict in recovery, I can say with 100% honesty that DXM (or any dissociative anesthetic for that matter) can become a compulsive problem fro those predisposed to addiction and compulsive disorders. It really helped abate my vicious tianeptine sodium withdrawal symptoms.

    Regardless, I am severely bipolar, and it sucks having to deal with addiction as well. I hate the combo! At times, manic episodes will have me romanticizing the hell out of drug use and envisioning spending my last weeks of life in an inebriated state in some sort of eastern desert compound. Kinda strange, I know. But unfortunately, drug using dreams and romanticization of drug use are a reality with many addicts. It's as though we know we're stuck forever, so we just choose to view it as some sort of artistic, poetic hell.

  2. Cognitive Dissonance says:

    This is a combination of poor parenting, lack of opportunity and a feeling of despair, and the break down of community/social spirit.

  3. In The Beginning Was The Word says:

    Spice Up Your Life!

  4. Mathew Palser says:

    So glad a friend (Who was a drugs worker at the time) said to stay away from spice.

  5. sülly says:


  6. SoloShenkk says:

    It's sad what our governments allow people to do to us for money. that is not fake weed.. that shit actually can kill you. before it became illegal here in texas, i remember there was a story going around of a girl becoming paralyzed from smoking k2.

  7. Jayy From FL says:

    The little drawing that said I’m in love with the coco had me dead

  8. Jayy From FL says:

    Bruh was tweakin hard at 7:50. Stay away from drugs kids

  9. Gat 9000 says:

    Lets ban this medicine because it gets people high. Lets sell this meth like plant so it gets people high, and addicted 😁

  10. Aleksandar Terzic says:

    START WITH I,SO I NEVER BE ON SPICE , I WILL GIVE AND MY NAME ALL SO – JUST WON TO SAID THAT I HAVE CURE FOR MAKE PERSON TO STOP TAKE SPACE — NO NEED MONEY I JUST WON TWO HELP PEOPLE– HO NEED HELP FOR THIS THING, PERSON CAN FIND ME OVER THIS- YouTube IF sombodyINEED they find me- – because I TRAY to make cures for bunch off hard droge and I WILL TRY. For spice i save more than 10 persons i feel so happy — so that cure are and will be in all pharmace around world .

  11. phonk son says:

    worst ganja its better then most strong spice

  12. sniperwipers says:

    LMAO @02:44 "it's amazing!" It's been 4 years and i'd love to see him now. I've seen what this shite doe's to people. I have a step-son who smokes this shit, and tbh he is a right fucking tramp from this shit. He robs from his Nan and threatens her. Either ya get off it or you wanna keep smoking it.

  13. Nj Slrc says:

    Dumbasses would prefer this shit than the real and natural thing

  14. Mike Ockitch says:

    these people need to dropped off a hundred miles in the forest with some camping gear and no compass and some food, let them walk back to civilization by the time they get back they'll be clean, no choice, maybe give them some real weed too.

  15. 6duece MunKo says:

    I'm on this shit heavy rn bruh I'm fuckin up my life bad

  16. Phuck Eyoo says:

    Wow bro, so if they don't do anything for spice but make weed illegal, why don't you put real weed in the spice packet so the police won't say anything
    I mean are people in Britain really this fucking shockingly stupid?
    I'm glad Us Americans are legalizing weed.

  17. Vo Ro says:

    most retarded Doc i ever watched , canabis never hurt no one , Smells like greed from the Retards on top

  18. Muharrem Ay says:

    Aslan gibi delikanlısın kendini bitirmişsin, yanlış yoldasın dostum. İnançlarına sarıl ve bu bağımlılıktan kurtul, spor yap, arkadaş edin. Bu dünyaya böyle acınası hallerde yaşamak için gelmedik.

  19. HickoryHill1977 says:

    Wait a minute, people are smoking after shave?

  20. Chanel Serasinghe says:

    screw that shit i'd rather do some heroin

  21. mazscsu says:

    The guy that looks like a crackhead would cry if he felt opiate withdrawals for even one minute… He would cry like a baby

  22. DarthErdmaennchen23 says:

    Ah yes, drug prohibiton, it works everywhere, if you're criminal.

  23. Rd Rz says:

    these people who still got jobs pretty much say where it when but dont know how to say something to make the solution better

  24. Jojo Mojojo says:

    This proves humanity know what good for the world

  25. RealPigsarePink says:

    I did this once im 11 happy to be alive

  26. ATLHooligan says:

    Yikes, cant see why anyone would even try this…also, most of this stuff is now illegal.

  27. White Devil says:

    Why in the actual fuck would you smoke fake weed?????

  28. Adaeze C says:

    Okay but why are sleeping on the beauty of the presenter please 🤧

  29. scrambo mills says:

    This stuff is total garbage don't do this drug!

  30. Carlos Rowetti says:

    Now in no way am I condoning the use of drugs however synthetic marijuana is a billion dollar industry and the government hasn’t quite figured out how to regulate it. So it runs smear campaigns to cripple its profit margins. It’s business baby‼️…..bottom line.

  31. Kiahn morley says:

    Hahahah cannaboids! He said it like 5 times in a row.

  32. Dustin MacDougall says:

    This fucker says he has pain in his legs. Arms. Back. Neck. Head. Lol knees and toes loll

  33. Ste Thompson says:

    Wake up Manchester 😢😢😢

  34. Christopher Renfroe says:

    I'd rather do smack😱

  35. Paul MacLean says:

    This drug is vile .who the duck allows This? The problem is if it be ones illegal the next week the Israeli companies manufacturing it change one ingredient by one percent give it a new label and bobs your uncle
    It's a sad joke .

  36. habibifather says:

    lol they tryna kill yall this shit legal bcuz they wanna control you and the rising population jus look at these lads they never gonna legalize weed

  37. SixFour Trill says:

    I was addicted to this poison for 2 years and I was the absolute ultimate worse version of myself in those years I ruined everything and had to start from square one thank god I'm off that bs

  38. manny 1999 says:

    Why do people like this garbage? What ever happened to few bumps beer and most important some blunts

  39. STEVE SRAN says:


  40. Mike Kano says:

    Better quit selling that s***

  41. gsm swervo says:

    Lmao what a bunch of knocks I'd rather not smoke at all then smoke spice smh

  42. gpr Arthur says:

    ”The Opium War“, the first Anglo-Chinese war. Britain often called it the first Sino-British war or "commercial war". It was a war of aggression launched by Britain China from 1840 to 1842, and it was also the beginning of modern Chinese history.
    <<<<<<<<This is the evil seed that was planted before. Today is the time to pay off!

  43. Hazazi Azizan says:

    I only smoke cigarettes, that's it. I don't smoke weed, i don't do drugs all that shit. At least cigarettes don't get high.

  44. Mike nolan says:

    I had the worst anxiety attack I've ever had smoking "k2" once years ago. rather eat a handful of mushrooms and have a bad trip than feel like that again

  45. liam scanlon says:

    This is the result of the war on drugs.

  46. A.G Owen says:

    Here in the UK, we are sending millions abroad to help others, yet we are getting worse and worse by the month. Everyone is thinking of the rich south and the typical "british" lifestyle, but we are degrading from that feeling of being a citizen of the empire.

    I, myself, am north welsh, and I come from a county called Wrexham, which, thanks to these drugs and low funding, it has become a shell of what it was, whereas, south wales is seeing large investments and developments.

  47. kevin vekni says:


  48. Ash Bash says:

    Spice is more like crack gives u the same withdrawals as crack real weed doesn’t have withdrawal and just chills u out makes no sense why u would take it.

  49. vermillion sky says:

    Why cant they just make marijuana legal. Because the synthetic shit they are doing is not anything like marijuana in any shape or form. This makes me hella sad.

  50. WOLFx420 says:

    This is why Britain is fucked. Weed is pretty much harmless and it has many benefits such as pain relief and is used to treat seizures the list goes on and is a class B drug in the UK and is schedule 1 in the illegal states of the us and the government is happy to see people walk like fucking zombies and does the exact opposite as bud.

  51. WaturDzn says:

    I’ve just thought of something…. spice carts

  52. Ryan Singrossi says:

    In 2010 I moved from California back to Florida. I had my card in California so I could purchase marijuana legally, but in Florida I could only get spice, K2, Mr. Happy, and other brands. I remember smoking it and thinking it was more like a mix of NOS and a very short lived acid trip. It was nothing like weed. I ended up only using it a few times, but it was just so intense. I ended up moving back to California and then California legalized weed and they made spice illegal. Thank God!

  53. Giddy89 says:

    Comparing any of that stuff to cannabis is insane. I mad the mistake to trying it one time. It’s unlike anything else you can come across. I literally thought I was going to die. Luckily it didn’t last long even though I felt like it was an hour. I’ve never heard anyone actually say they had a pleasurable experience while using it so it blows my mind how after making he mistake once anyone would decide to do it again. Welcome to earth circa 2000s

  54. FtOrReEeSsT says:

    Go fuck yourselves, libertarians.

  55. Makayla Awesome says:

    That’s not weed. I’m high asf right now and I ain’t like that. OG Cush where it’s at. Lol HMU if u need some.

  56. Sir Smokealot says:

    Britain needs to legalize weed like they do in Canada.

  57. Davy Cornell says:

    I'm not far into this episode but I hope they bring up why people started using this in the first place. Atleast alot of the people that I knew. We started using it because we needed to be able to pass drug tests, either for work, probation, parole, etc. That's why most people started doing it…

  58. I’m tired says:

    So if they hadn’t banned weed and demonised addiction to heroine and stuff like that this wouldn’t have happened. The war on drugs failed, people🙃🙃

  59. Michael Wilson says:

    Damn this life that people live is so fucked up we all have a choice on how we live no telling what triggers humans to be addicted to something the question is what triggers this mental health has a lot to do with human addiction to something or someone to fill the void.😞😟

  60. Ryan Trenev says:

    Britain fucked in many levels

  61. Ellie M says:

    Apparently this stuff was outlawed in 2016 in Manchester

  62. afghan eagle says:

    That poor guy is suffering, i know alot of people will think hes done it to himself but no one really knows his background. He seriously needs help. I wonder what his family hsve done to help him.

  63. BongSaint__420__ Goat says:

    Was legal here in nz now its illegal and gone underground cause Heep's of people addicted to it those who didn't get addicted spewd every where

  64. Josh Beyer says:

    No offense. But this happens to Xanax users! When there coming off benzos.

  65. Marcus 2Rell says:

    There's no such thing as synthetic weed…it's either grown from the earth organically or chemicals and other additives are associated with it which then it becomes a "drug" ….in the famous words of Nate Dogg "Smoke weed everyday"

  66. afgzee says:

    all the drug addict weed smokers in the comments trying to defend weed

  67. money moves says:

    y they smoke that shit in the first place.
    just smoke some weed

  68. OmniCausticInfidel says:

    titch has got a nice dog.nice dogs help a lot

  69. Snatchural says:

    I thought it feels like the worst parts of pot-paranoia, anxiety, fogginess. Had none of the relaxing, cerebral effects I love.
    My ex bought tons and was secretive about it. The lies and his irritated/isolating behavior on it contributed to our divorce.

  70. Moist- N-Damp says:

    & yet governments still don't want marijuana to be legal…okkk

  71. Jah Brooks says:

    Did you know when you make fake shit you suffer more than natural shit

  72. Greatest Ever says:

    its honestly hard to watch "titch" sit there and rattle like crazy, its heartbreaking. I hope hes doing better

  73. L0ve3 BugzZ says:

    just buy them some real cannabis fuck

  74. DoubleBarrelEzy23 says:

    That dude is a straight pussy, spice don’t make u do all that crackhead withdrawal shit. Gtfo here with that English biscuit bitch bullshit

  75. p boss says:

    Ah mate let’s smoke k2 mate.

  76. N.C Linklater says:

    This is such bs. Weed is not addicting if used properly. I got off a plethora of opiates from doctors with this life saving plant. When I don’t have marijuana I don’t go through “withdrawals “ lmfao. This synthetic crap 💩 is addicting on purpose to keep you buying it. Not to mention you might turn into a face eating zombie 🧟‍♂️🤣😂👏 I know that’s bath salts but they will be mixing the two soon I’m sure if not already. Keep it natural peeps😉✌️😎

  77. mario figueroa says:

    Our world is ruled by retarded or very evil people!!!! Marihuana is ilegal but alcohol cigarettes and all this shit is legal!! Wtf?

  78. Kickbac Kidd says:

    Govt strikes again

  79. Squadz says:

    conclusion ? Legalize weed, it's no worst than "spice", cigarette, alcohol and all the shitty cheap food (Carbohydrate) from a supermarket>
    It's legal in Netherland, Washington, Cannada etc. everything is pretty alright =)

    Probably better to smoke weed (and being "caught") than smoking some chemical synthetic shit.

  80. MSFxBigBossxFOX -PSN- says:

    Titch is a crazy mofo lol

  81. enkibumbu says:

    I want to try some.

  82. Axel says:

    This is what you get when you ban fucking harmless weed… People find a way to make a 10x times stronger legal counter substance…

  83. Kaylee thomasson says:

    Fuck sake that titch acting like a right idiot. I think hes massively over exaggerating the come down the mug

  84. Malcolm Lukeman says:

    i have friends who smoke synthetic weed everyday, for years, and none of them look like this lad who appears to be tweeking on crack lol

  85. Winston Smith says:

    Is nothing like weed. It's like a mix between acid, weed and ghb. Horrible

  86. Winston Smith says:

    2:50 "cannaboid????" 😂

  87. Boost Lover says:

    I feel bad for him, he seemed like a good kid smoking dank weed until spice got to him 🙁

  88. Th3Snipe says:

    I'm very curious about the opinion on this matter from the dealers.
    We sell weed here in the Netherlands but no weed addict acts in the way these addicts act. weed "addicts" can be funtioning normal people who like to blaze after work, this drug called "spice" makes you physically independent which makes it weird why it would be legal. Any drug that's physically addictive should be banned imo.

  89. That One Guy says:

    I’m good, I’m not going to do any drug… I’d only consider marijuana because it’s actually demonized and it’s not bad

  90. wrist so sloppy says:

    Just do coke wtf

  91. Pyrus Rex says:

    What family of drug/chemicals are sprayed on this stuff? Is it cathinone based like flakka or MDPV, or is it something else entirely?

  92. Ched Bant says:

    Spice giiirlz

  93. Emily says:

    i was coerced into smoking what i thought was just weed for the very first time at 14. turns out it was spice, not marijuana. i’m 22 now & i have never, ever forgotten the hallucinations, the complete, sheer terror i felt when i smoked it. i’ve also tried other drugs, but needless to say spice is by far the WORST one i’ve ever put into my body.

  94. paul boi says:

    devil runs the world

  95. jenny bakker says:

    just doint do it!!!!!!

  96. Migo STX says:

    Fuck all drugs

  97. Charles Xavier says:

    that dude is withdrawin from dope not spice if you ask me

  98. Nayia Dean says:

    LMFAOOO im sorry but, wtff is spice? THIS IS MOST DEFINITELY K2 !!!

  99. Nauris Pjuts says:

    is all about money… if bigger drug problem is on streets then bigger money government makes it

  100. Daniel Arenas says:

    Lol depopulation at its finest

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