Above from left: Emma Lynam, HSE; Aine O’Connell; Tony Duffin, CEO Ana Liffey; Dr. Eamon Keenan, HSE; Rebecca Doyle, Ann Liffey; Nicki Kileen, Ana Liffey; and Paul Duff, Ana Liffey
The launch of a campaign by the Ana Liffey Drug Project (ALDP) and the HSE to “reduce the harms associated with snorting, smoking or injecting cocaine” as it becomes easier to get good coke in
this town Ireland.
Cocaine aka ‘toot’, ‘nose beer’, ‘foo foo dust’, ‘bugle”, ‘chang’, ‘beak’, ‘noggin napalm’ or ‘Mr Chop’ is reportedly
a hell of a drug “more available and at its highest purity than it has been in a decade”.
*stares at wallet*
Raymond C Lai’s surreal tale of two brothers taking a stand against gangs and customers reusing tiny roses in glass tubes as crack pipes at their cartoon corner shop.
It’s 22 minutes long and best approached as the pilot for some class of a mad sitcom.
Yes it’s ingenious, and beautifully crafted. The very Aston Martin of crack-smuggling paraphernalia in fact. But if it’s so clever, why do the cops have it?
(Part two in a series.)