the morning cram [this is bat country edition]
A recreational drug may be just what the doctor ordered.
NPR reports the club drug, Ketamine may be able to make depression dissapear almost immediately. Are we sure it’s not the trance beat and strobe lights?
Kentucky~ There’s a flood warning starting tomorrow in Paducah. Think twice about taking a leisurely stroll on the remaions of the Eggner’s Ferry Bridge. Commercial driver’s licensing requirements are changing.
Tennessee~ The state is attempting to halt the growing numbers of prescription drug overdoses.
Written by Drew Adams
January 30, 2012 at 10:25 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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