Michael March 
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Re: “Product review: Will iDosing get you high?

From what it sounds, I would suggest picking up a science fiction book and giving that a read instead. Someone said above that their friend developed schizophrenia from it, so I don't think we should dismiss that. I don't think it will lead to other drugs, because dedicated fiction readers, myself included, experience very intense joy from reading, and it actually serves to keep them from drugs because they know that on drugs they will have a brief period of bliss that ends in the gutter. In other words, who would take heroin when they could just listen to a song? I think that the writer of this article was being a little premature, but the same could be said of the music as could be said of drugs, why spend a fortune on music and risk the ire of your parents or the authorities when you could just download a book or meditate?

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Posted by Michael March on 12/10/2011 at 7:18 PM

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