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Noriko Sakai out on bail

Posted by jtsmyth8 on September 23, 2009

The clean cut celebrity was arrested for drug possession, was released on bail. Noriko Sakai, 38, paid 5 million yen for her freedom. Her trial is set to begin on October 26.

“To all who have supported Noriko Sakai, I am very sorry,” the actress said. (link)BSLZ

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HIV hits record in Singapore

Posted by jtsmyth8 on April 30, 2008

Who says Singaporeans don’t like to fool around? I have no problem with promiscuity, just make sure you use a rubber. Protect your pee pee from getting dirty dirty viruses. That girl you did last night probably gave you herpes. Those cold sores from that girl who sucked your wang? And now it burns when you pee? Yeah, that’s not good. You’d better go get that check out.

“The number of HIV cases in Singapore hit a record last year, according to figures monitored on Wednesday.

About 93 per cent of those infected were males, and most of the infections were transmitted through sex, the ministry said in a statement on its website.

Nearly two-thirds of the infections occurred through heterosexual sex, while there were seven cases from intravenous drug use and one through a blood transfusion overseas, it said.

Most infections were detected during testing for some form of medical treatment, with only 13 per cent discovered during voluntary screening, it said.” (story)

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New anti smoking drug launched

Posted by jtsmyth8 on April 11, 2008

Snubbing out that cigarette could become easier for smokers, with the launch of a new anti-smoking drug that helps to wean smokers off their nicotine addiction.

Developed by pharmaceutical firm, Pfizer, specially for smoking cessation, the drug Champix (varenicline), is a non-nicotine agent, which the company claims is the first new anti-smoking treatment here in nearly ten years.

Champix works by blocking nicotine receptors in the brain to relieve nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It also cut down on the feeling of pleasure the smoker has when he inhales.

Nicotine addiction is usually cited as the main stumbling block for those who wish to quit smoking. (story)

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Chinese man dies after taking Power 1 Walnut sex drug

Posted by jtsmyth8 on April 8, 2008

Just say no to drugs. A pill is not going to make your pee pee big. If you have a small one, too bad. Find a small woman and learn to please her. It is not worth your life to have a big dick. Use a magnifier, pretend you have a big one. LOL!

“The illegal sexual-enhancement drug Power 1 Walnut has claimed its first fatality.

He was among the patients who developed serious adverse reactions after taking the made-in-China drug, said the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) on Monday.

The middle-aged local Chinese man was taken to hospital in a coma state in early March. Investigations found that he had taken Power 1 Walnut.” (story)

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3 more charged in illegal sexual enhancement drug trade

Posted by jtsmyth8 on April 4, 2008

This just goes to show how desperate men are. Ladies! Go easy on us. Yes, we have small pee pees but we go down (you know what I mean). See?! So many men are dying to satisfy you hungry ladies, just give us a chance. We are so desperate we are risking our lives by buying cheap drugs from a street vendor. Don’t giggle, just say, “ooh, it’s soo big!”

“3 more men were charged in court on Thursday with peddling illegal sexual enhancement drugs after the authorities cracked down on the trade in February.

All three – Lee Teck Boo, Ong Nguk and Teo See Bong – were accused of selling Power 1 Walnut pills, which have caused at least 20 men to be hospitalised.

Although labelled to contain only natural herbal ingredients, the pills were found to be adulterated with two western medicinal ingredients – Glibenclamide, a potent anti-diabetic medication that can cause severe and life-threatening symptoms of very low blood sugar, and Sildenafil, an active ingredient in Viagra. Sildenafil is a potent drug that should only be taken under a doctor’s supervision.” (story)

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