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Medical History: The Exciting True Story of Blowing Smoke Up One’s Arse
Poisonous History

Medical History: The Exciting True Story of Blowing Smoke Up One’s Arse

I’ve written about the dangers of nicotine before, and particularly about my theory of nicotine playing the part of poison in the death of Game of Throne’s King Joffrey. And lately e-cigarettes, or vaporizers, have become all the rage among consumers and media alike. So of course I’ve given my two-cents about potential e-cig and … Continue reading

Homicidal Poisonings: Not Common, but Watch Out for the Chocolate Cremes
Poisonous History / Quick Commentary

Homicidal Poisonings: Not Common, but Watch Out for the Chocolate Cremes

Homicidal poisonings are not nearly as common as people think or prime-time TV dramas would have you believe. The fact is, successfully poisoning someone takes work. One must first acquire the means to carry it out, which entails researching the poison and procuring it. Then a plan must be constructed so that the death appears … Continue reading

The JFK Assassination: A Book Depository, a Sniper . . . and a Poison Arrow?
Conspiracy Theory / Poisonous History

The JFK Assassination: A Book Depository, a Sniper . . . and a Poison Arrow?

Conspiracy theories abound in today’s society. They captivate people’s imaginations in all forms of art, whether it be books, movies or music. We voraciously read Tom Clancy novels and immerse ourselves in the spy world of Jack Ryan, we watch the Jason Bourne trilogy (also a superb set of novels, by Robert Ludlum), and pour through Tupac … Continue reading