May 26, 2018
I usually stay away from offering diet advice – I leave it to Masterchief himself to tell you what not to put in your bodies.
But this is some intense stuff right here.
All the drugs that sick people are taking are getting into the water through piss and shit and they’re contaminating the seafood that normal people eat.
As the US continues to grapple with a widespread opioid epidemic, alarming research from Seattle indicates that the local population is consuming so much oxycodone that it’s seeping into the local water supply.
Scientists at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife have found trace amounts of oxycodone in the Puget Sound using a study involving mussels.
The shellfish are filter feeders who gain nourishment from their surroundings, while simultaneously absorbing whatever contaminants are also in the water – making them an ideal barometer for environmental scientists to test water pollution in a given area.
“What we eat and what we excrete goes into the Puget Sound,” Jennifer Lanksbury, a biologist at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, told CBS Seattle affiliate KIRO. “It’s telling me there’s a lot of people taking oxycodone in the Puget Sound area.”
LOL. No shit.
However, in this study, the amounts of opioids detected were thousands of times smaller than a human dose. It does, however, highlight just how prevalent opioid use is, with one in five Americans surveyed reporting that they personally knew someone who had been addicted to prescription painkillers. Exposure to opioid addiction was also twice as likely among white Americans than it was among the black population according to a Federal Reserve report.
Shitlibs in Seattle are so depressed with their dreary existence that they spend their days high AF. That’s not surprising when you think about it. Normies have all sorts of coping measures to come out looking like they got dey shit together.
Apparently, all those tasty fishies swimming around Seattle were loaded with cocaine and anti-depressants and pain-relievers.
My first reaction is a big hearty LOL.
At least we know that Seattle is still White based on the drugs in its seafood supply lmao.
Yeah, but it’s pretty dark tbh let’s be real.
On a personal note, I was on oxycodone for about three months. I had a kike doctor give me throat surgery, but he made one of his cuts too deep, sent me home and then put me on anti-biotics and oxycodone till I recovered.
I spent a couple of months high AF on painkillers and eating ice cream which was nice, but the withdrawal was a bitch.
I vividly remember the crazy dreams I had, the shivering, and the powerful headaches that quitting the stuff caused. I suppose I was addicted, if only for awhile.
Now I find out that even if there wasn’t a kike doctor trying to poison me, I would get addicted just by eating giant sushi-rolls and other seafood.
And at that point, I would clearly have no other choice but to commit a mass-shooting. Because that’s just what people high on SSRIs and painkillers do.
So really, there is no escape.
Dehumanize yourself and face to bloodshed xD
No lolbergtardian response to this crisis comes to mind when you consider that not only the frogs, but the fish, the mussels, the fucking water and soon all the commons will be laced with kike pharmaceuticals.
We would need to enact sweeping societal reforms to safely eat sushi again, tbh.
Also, based on this new finding, I predict the next zonked out, SSRI Spree Shooter to come from Oregon or Washington.
A bold claim, I know.
The safe bet is clearly Texas or Florida.
But now that I know what I know about the seafood in Seattle, the next shooting location seems crystal clear to me.
If you know someone that’s into Bento boxes WATCH OUT.
Stay the fuck away from anyone that’s high on seafood if you want to live.
Editor's Note: This will apply to all river/lake (or in this case, sound) fish. And they have not been safe to eat on a regular basis in really 100 years, due to industrial pollution filling them with heavy metals and other contaminants. Obviously most river fish are now farmed, but you don't have any idea what's going on on that fish farm and it could actually be worse. Ocean fish, in particular deep ocean fish, are still fine. Tuna is fine (canned tuna can be an issue, because of the packaging). Salmon - the most commonly eaten fish - is hit or miss in that you really have to know where it came from. But the fact remains that a random fish is going to have less toxins than really any chicken and most pork. And fish is a necessary part of any healthy diet. Easy to remember phrase to help you in your fish eating decisions: "if it's from the river, shiver - if it's from the ocean, eat it then." Although sushi is known for being the lowest imaginable quality of fish, even at expensive restaurants.