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By pure mischance a high school student named Vargas happens to walk by smokers corner on his way home Unlucky for him his friend Johnny Bluejean is one the corner smoking a blunt Johnny stops Vargas and offers him a smoke Vargas tempted with all Johnnys endorsements and peer pressure collapses and takes the blunt 20 years later Vargas is in the hospital breathing off a respirator This all occurred because of one unlucky YES ruined Vargas life This scenario transpires millions of times around the globe in towns of all shapes and sizes This is why the US has and is continuing the practice of educating the student populace about drugs and alcohol The way the US continues this practice is different in all cases sometimes it serious well other times it is comical and cute Sometimes they even have students help spread the message In my poster below I address the issue of addictions I use the phrase Dont use drugs because drugs use you to sum up the poster What the expression means is that dont do drugs because you addiction to the drug will make you do things that you normally wouldnt do To illustrate that point I drew a cartoon cigarette pulling a human along with a chain I encased this cartoon in red No symbol with a dont do drugs border to further emphasize the point Although posters and cartoons can accentuate the point not to take drugs you also need a more serious and technical perspective Drugs like speed and concaine are examples Both of these drugs speed up the metabolism but both also cause brain damage Cocaine will put you a zombie state were all you do is take cocaine Crack heads as people put it live together in small dilapidated houses These crack heads will eat anything and go to the bathroom anywhere Hallucinogens
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