This stop-the-presses story from Monday's Denver Post has the kind of cheery headline and deck you just have to admire: "METH COOKING 101/DEA holds awareness class to show how easy it is to make the drug, which is increasingly imported."
Aside from the fact that homemade meth is the definition of old news (gosh darn! the recipes are on the Internet!), the enthusiasm seems a little…misplaced. It's easy to make, so why are we relying on imports? Do your part and get cooking!
For another take on just how much fun it is to clean up after one of these get-baked sessions, check out our 2003 feature, "Toxic Shock." –Alan Prendergast
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