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Russian scientists develop drunkeness pill

Posted on Wednesday, 23 February, 2005 | Comment icon 4 comments

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"Russian scientists have developed a product that can keep a person drunk, Britain’s Daily Telegraph wrote."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by D@RK_KN!GHT on 23 February, 2005, 11:36
That is great when will this be up for purchase
Comment icon #2 Posted by recon_soldier on 23 February, 2005, 14:59
I dont see this being mass-produced anytime soon The day it does...gonna get myself 1 and a 6 of woodies
Comment icon #3 Posted by ROGER on 23 February, 2005, 23:45
AND SHE SAID " Not tonight, I have a head ack" . ANG HE SAYS " I AM a Doctor, Take two of these and I'll call you for Breakfast in the morning". Ya, That will work!
Comment icon #4 Posted by AztecInca on 24 February, 2005, 5:25
If it does become available to the mass market it will ceratinly be used for all the wrong reasons!

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