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    Tweakers on the trail

    Eh, did my daily lunch ride today (Rolla Lions Park, Rolla MO) and pretty quick into the trail scared a couple tweakers shooting up ride next to the trail...

    Now, I'm not usually the first person to get pissed about this kind of thing, I've done my share of stuff in the past, and don't usually like to judge people... However, this is a very public trailhead, about a stones throw from the kids jungle gym. The whole trail wraps around the park and you're pretty well able to bail at any point right into the park.

    I bailed off the trail and called the cops. They found them a short time later, and I assume they arrested them. I felt conflicted at first, but to be quite honest, if this stuff becomes common the MTB trails (on public property) will probably not exist.

    If they had been smoking weed, I wouldn't have had another thought about it, but meth heads are bad news.

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    Apart from any consideration as to whether people should be able to destroy themselves if they wish, there are risks beyond these two individuals.

    The common practice of sharing needles spreads aids and hepatitis and is a risk to others if contracted by them.

    Guys shooting up in the park are not likely supporting their habits with high paying honest work.

    The possibility of them getting some kind of help is better than if they are left alone.

    Those seem like good enough reasons to me for doing what you did.
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    methheads are bad aderegetchegn...they should all be melted, just like gollum at the pit of doom or whatever...

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    They might have had a reason to be there. Like maybe they were just getting ready to go hunt some wild animals, barehanded, and meth is their way of getting in the right mindset for such a task??? Just sayin'...

    Seriously though, you did the right thing and that earns you 1 rep point.
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    I also have kid who goes to the park. I would have done the same thing and then some.

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    I would hate to run over a used needle. It would suck if my bike got aids.

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    thats what I would have done also. +1 rep for you. Oh $h!t, I dont have any. Sorry.

    Seriously though, doing that in a park area with kids, definately the right call.

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    "I would hate to run over a used needle. It would suck if my bike got aids."

    Don't worry about it, pleepleus, your bike wheel has rubber on.

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    Good job

    Meth is as white freaking trash as it gets.

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    Good call EclipseRoadie; what they do in their own homes may be one thing, but when it's in the park in the middle of the day... they need to go. Period. As a neighbor a few counties to the south of you, I (hopefully) would have done the same.

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    Good call. If people turn there heads then some kid could find the needle, etc.

    +1 rep from me too

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    Rolla isn't even a city, or even near one. That is sad, very sad. Must be something about Missouri in general. I once stopped in a park in KC after doing work in an area some what close to downtown......picked up a bag lunch and went to go eat it in the park.......Turned out the park was nothing more than hookers turning tricks, men trying to pick up other men, and I'm sure full of the same meth thing. Before I opened my food, some guy tried to open the door of my car......got the hell out of there fast. Pershing park is the name and I think it represents a typical Midwestern city well. Politics and repressive cultures create weirdness like this in public places, unfortunately.

    Not trying to flame, but sheesh....taxes for police can be a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timo View Post
    Rolla isn't even a city, or even near one. That is sad, very sad. Must be something about Missouri in general. I once stopped in a park in KC after doing work in an area some what close to downtown......picked up a bag lunch and went to go eat it in the park.......Turned out the park was nothing more than hookers turning tricks, men trying to pick up other men, and I'm sure full of the same meth thing. Before I opened my food, some guy tried to open the door of my car......got the hell out of there fast. Pershing park is the name and I think it represents a typical Midwestern city well. Politics and repressive cultures create weirdness like this in public places, unfortunately.
    i am originally from south central ohio...oxycontin is a BIG problem there now...as is meth...

    chillicothe ohio, population under 25,000...

    sad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeb View Post
    i am originally from south central ohio...oxycontin is a BIG problem there now...as is meth...

    chillicothe ohio, population under 25,000...

    sad...
    The forums limit conversation, so I do not want to appear judgmental. A buddy of mine here in Durango is a deputy Sherriff and he complains all the time about meth heads. It's everywhere. So I should not have picked on Missouri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timo View Post
    The forums limit conversation, so I do not want to appear judgmental. A buddy of mine here in Durango is a deputy Sherriff and he complains all the time about meth heads. It's everywhere. So I should not have picked on Missouri.
    oh, timo, i understand. you were not picking on missouri; places like small-medium town missouri, ohio, iowa and even not-so-populated parts california used to not have serious meth and pill problems.

    the last time i was in chillicothe, it seemed as if people are broke, bored out their minds and angry...and some of the kids seemed to be well, a little more bonkers than i remember...

    you didn't appear judgmental to me at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pleepleus View Post
    I would hate to run over a used needle. It would suck if my bike got aids.
    I think i would be more worried about crashing and getting stuck with a needle

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    Man things must be going downhill in the old home town (Rolla class of 89).

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    I thought about this for a bit and even tho I hate to shop anyone unless it is a crime against the person, and, like you, I have done my share in the dim and distant past. I gotta give it to you tho, cos they are endangering kids around there, if indeed there are any that go to the park any more.
    I do think that if it was not for this proximity and potential harm to kids, I would leave well alone. I feel it is not for me to be the judge of what I feel is best for someone like that, much as I do not agree with what they are doing. There, but for someone's grace, go you or I...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I thought about this for a bit and even tho I hate to shop anyone unless it is a crime against the person, and, like you, I have done my share in the dim and distant past. I gotta give it to you tho, cos they are endangering kids around there, if indeed there are any that go to the park any more.
    I do think that if it was not for this proximity and potential harm to kids, I would leave well alone. I feel it is not for me to be the judge of what I feel is best for someone like that, much as I do not agree with what they are doing. There, but for someone's grace, go you or I...
    I was REALLY conflicted for a few strange seconds, until I thought "Hey, my daughter plays at this ****** playground." If it was just out in the woods somewhere, probably a different story.

    Rolla isn't a big town, but it's got a bad meth problem (like most of missouri).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pleepleus View Post
    I would hate to run over a used needle. It would suck if my bike got aids.
    You get cool points for knowing what a pleepleus is.

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    I'm a fairly empathetic person. That said, the vast majority of those people will NEVER be contributing members of society on any level. Most of the drug propaganda that focuses on related crime is bs. When you're talking about meth it's 100% true. Those people are sketchy, crazy thieves and scam artists. They screw any and everyone. The world is better without them. As the son of a psychologist I believe that the disease model is bs too. I have personally quit using drugs myself and I promise all it takes is some gd willpower. It's as simple as that. If you want it to last you have to have your own willpower. Diseases are not cured by willpower. Diseases are functional deficits that take a medical cure. Tough love is the best possible solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Blonde View Post
    I'm a fairly empathetic person. That said, the vast majority of those people will NEVER be contributing members of society on any level. Most of the drug propaganda that focuses on related crime is bs. When you're talking about meth it's 100% true. Those people are sketchy, crazy thieves and scam artists. They screw any and everyone. The world is better without them. As the son of a psychologist I believe that the disease model is bs too. I have personally quit using drugs myself and I promise all it takes is some gd willpower. It's as simple as that. If you want it to last you have to have your own willpower. Diseases are not cured by willpower. Diseases are functional deficits that take a medical cure. Tough love is the best possible solution.
    There's a lot in this post that I think is perhaps a little harsh and misguided. I do not want to turn this thread into another bin-bound slag-fest, but by writing these people off as never going to be contributing members of society is not giving them a chance to be so. The fact is, the problem is there, and I would hazard a guess that these problems are greatly a result of all the usual things that cause these problems: boredom, unemployment, dissatisfaction, free access to the drugs, hugely addictive properties of the drugs and the swift and terrible physical degeneration caused by them. This is unlike alcohol, which is just as dangerous and destructive, but takes longer to work its 'magic'.
    When you say that the "world would be better without them", what do you mean exactly? Should we toss 'em off a cliff or try and 'tough love' them to just go away? What do you suggest? Throwing them in jail is not a very good answer in my opinion, and it still costs the taxpayer money. Much better in my mind to spend the money on treating the disease, and trying to make them productive members of society again.
    You and I are/were blessed with the ability to use our 'willpower' to get us off whatever it was we were doing. I do not know about you and how much you were into whatever it was, but it is pretty much generally recognised in the medical community that addiction IS a disease, whatever your interpretation might be of one of those. Willpower might get us off the drug, but does not necessarily relieve the addictions. There are many causes for those, and there is plenty of literature out there if anyone is interested in educating themselves on causes and treatments.
    The fact remains, these people in the post did pose a danger to others by their choice of location for indulging their habit.

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    tweakers are in every state of the union. Idaho has its fair share.

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    Forget about being conflicted. Living in a state that has 400% of the national average for on the job positive test results for meth (I shyte you not, heard that disturbing statistic about Hawaii yesterday on NPR), I wouldn't hesitate for a second in turning in a tweak head. Rep for your good samaritainism.

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    I'm not a cop-caller by any stretch - 'crimes' against yourself should not be crimes.
    BUT, tweakers can fcuk off - any reason to put a tweaker behind bars is good enough for me - they are the dregs of the population.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    meth is such a horrible drug, that crap destroys the brain.....permanently makes people very aggressive and irrational.

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    @ the guy comparing Meth to Alcohol....

    Ok.... So how many folks do you know who casually use meth for all of thier adult lives and it is just peachy? To compare meth to alcohol is like comparing handgrenades to tactical nukes. Seriously.

    The medical community see addiction as a disease so they can profit from its "treatment". Fact is we all make choices in our lives based on priorities and goals. Some make good choices, some make bad choices and a lot make about an even amount of both and muddle along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STT GUY View Post
    @ the guy comparing Meth to Alcohol....

    Ok.... So how many folks do you know who casually use meth for all of thier adult lives and it is just peachy? To compare meth to alcohol is like comparing handgrenades to tactical nukes. Seriously.

    The medical community see addiction as a disease so they can profit from its "treatment". Fact is we all make choices in our lives based on priorities and goals. Some make good choices, some make bad choices and a lot make about an even amount of both and muddle along.
    Perhaps I should have said alcohol "can be" just as dangerous and destructive as meth. Actually I do know a few people who have taken speed for many years, and while I wouldn't say they are just peachy, they function. Lemmy has been a friend of mine since 1975, for one. I know, or have known, many alcoholics who are not just peachily swanning through life, but have either died, or are close to death. Your analogy of a hand grenade versus a tactical nuke is correct to a point, they both can kill you if misused. I suspect that you consider heroin to be a destructive drug too? That can be taken all your life and still allow you to function, as many have shown. Most 'drugs' are similar inasmuch as they can become dangerous if misused or used to excess. Don't get me wrong, I am by no means condoning drug usage. Fact is they are out there, and pressures are great for people to use them. Meth is a particularly nasty example however.
    Your statement that addiction is seen by the medical community as a disease only so as to make a profit, is one of those sweeping and opinionated suppositions that has no basis in anything other than a stilted personal bias.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasp4Air View Post
    Apart from any consideration as to whether people should be able to destroy themselves if they wish, there are risks beyond these two individuals.

    The common practice of sharing needles spreads aids and hepatitis and is a risk to others if contracted by them.

    Guys shooting up in the park are not likely supporting their habits with high paying honest work.

    The possibility of them getting some kind of help is better than if they are left alone.

    Those seem like good enough reasons to me for doing what you did.
    Funny, I got the following neg for this: "Oh just shut up. Everyone knows this, we don't need you posting it again."

    Now, I'm not posting this to get make-up reps - if you're inclined, I appreciate the thought, but it's not necessary. Rather, I'd like to speak to whoever left it. Whoever you are, you probably have me confused with someone else, as I don't recall ever posting anything like this. Also, I'm just curious as to what about this you find offensive? I don't mind being disagreed with. If you're willing to say what you have to say openly, I promise not to neg you, I only leave positive reps - I don't believe in cheap shots.
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    I got neg rep too. The comment said "Quite possibly the worst most un-funny post ever. Shut up." That person is probobly just mad because his/her mom is a HIV infected, heroin shooting junkie.

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    neg-reppers who don't have the balls to leave their name are worse than tweakers.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I suspect that you consider heroin to be a destructive drug too? That can be taken all your life and still allow you to function, as many have shown..
    All drugs effect different people in different ways, some tweekers have lived a completely normal life, same with herion and weed. Others have completely and totally screwed up their life by taking drugs. Hell, i have a coworked in a mental ward right now that tried (its some legal bath soap crap that is supposed to get you high ) and will probably never recover from it. Meth does have higher numbers of losers than weed, and can easily be said it is a more destructive drug.

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    Ok, someone has to be the first to say it: I wouldn't have called the cops.

    I would have told them to get the hell out of there, never come back, and that I am going to call them, but I wouldn't call.

    Calling the cops could help those people, help the community etc. I understand all that, but I wouldn't do it, just like I wouldn't want anyone to see me walk out of a bar, assume I'm drunk, and call the cops "for my own good" or to help the community. I just don't think dropping the hammer on someone like that is my call to make.

    A lot of good points in this thread though. Surprised to hear about the negative repping. Obviously, someone is a bit touchy about meth heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pleepleus View Post
    I got neg rep too. The comment said "Quite possibly the worst most un-funny post ever. Shut up." That person is probobly just mad because his/her mom is a HIV infected, heroin shooting junkie.
    Sounds like we may have annoyed the same individual. Maybe he has a been-there-done-that story to tell. Come out, come out, mystery neg-giver. Maybe you've got something to say we should hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    Ok, someone has to be the first to say it: I wouldn't have called the cops.

    I would have told them to get the hell out of there, never come back, and that I am going to call them, but I wouldn't call.

    Calling the cops could help those people, help the community etc. I understand all that, but I wouldn't do it, just like I wouldn't want anyone to see me walk out of a bar, assume I'm drunk, and call the cops "for my own good" or to help the community. I just don't think dropping the hammer on someone like that is my call to make.

    A lot of good points in this thread though. Surprised to hear about the negative repping. Obviously, someone is a bit touchy about meth heads.
    I'm sorry, but that's just moronic. He saw them shooting up. There was no assumption being made. They were in a park, shooting up, in general f'ing public, and you see no reason to do anything about it??? You should just invite them over to your place to shoot up if it's no big deal...unreal...

    You'd probably also watch a little old lady get mugged and do nothing about...because...well, it's not your call to make. Way to put on the blinders jackass...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EclipseRoadie View Post
    Eh, did my daily lunch ride today (Rolla Lions Park, Rolla MO) and pretty quick into the trail scared a couple tweakers shooting up ride next to the trail...

    Now, I'm not usually the first person to get pissed about this kind of thing, I've done my share of stuff in the past, and don't usually like to judge people... However, this is a very public trailhead, about a stones throw from the kids jungle gym. The whole trail wraps around the park and you're pretty well able to bail at any point right into the park.

    I bailed off the trail and called the cops. They found them a short time later, and I assume they arrested them. I felt conflicted at first, but to be quite honest, if this stuff becomes common the MTB trails (on public property) will probably not exist.

    If they had been smoking weed, I wouldn't have had another thought about it, but meth heads are bad news.

    Thoughts?
    It's OK to have potheads near the kids, but not the methheads? Now that's some interesting logic....
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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    Ok, someone has to be the first to say it: I wouldn't have called the cops.

    I would have told them to get the hell out of there, never come back, and that I am going to call them, but I wouldn't call.

    Calling the cops could help those people, help the community etc. I understand all that, but I wouldn't do it, just like I wouldn't want anyone to see me walk out of a bar, assume I'm drunk, and call the cops "for my own good" or to help the community. I just don't think dropping the hammer on someone like that is my call to make.

    A lot of good points in this thread though. Surprised to hear about the negative repping. Obviously, someone is a bit touchy about meth heads.
    You know, this was also my first impulse. Way long ago, in college, there were lots of smack heads and I would not have hesitated to approach them. I knew enough about that community to feel safe doing so. While these guys were likely not a danger, I frankly would be reluctant to go one on two to give them a hard time. Getting old, I guess.
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    Having druggies around a park is bad. How would feel if a kid got stuck with a dirty needle? There is no such thing as a recreational meth or heroine user.

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    ^^^ I'd soooo much rather hang w/ a H user than a Crystal user -
    Do you know of any tweakers that make good music or art?
    No, they just steal shlt and take stuff apart.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Expand the Patriot act,NOW!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    ^^^ I'd soooo much rather hang w/ a H user than a Crystal user -
    Do you know of any tweakers that make good music or art?
    No, they just steal shlt and take stuff apart.
    So heroine users are okay, but meth heads are not? I've personally never known either, I just assumed they were both pretty crappy folks to hang with...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    Expand the Patriot act,NOW!!!
    What does this have to do with the Patriot Act??? This thread is chock full of stupid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sho220 View Post
    So heroine users are okay, but meth heads are not? I've personally never known either, I just assumed they were both pretty crappy folks to hang with...
    I personally have - too personally ...
    One of my ex's went back to meth and 'forgot' to come home for three days stayin at some dood's pad.(Family and police looking for her) When confronted, I was somehow the irrational one - and ended up getting kitchen knives thrown @ me - then 'threatened' to kick me out of the house (MY house BTW )
    - another time I had a roomie that started doin meth... I came home one day to find all my electronics gone.

    I know of a few musicians and artists who use H - they are generally cool and too lazy to steal anyways.
    I'm not sayin Heroin is awesome ( I haven't done it) - I think if I did I would think it's awesome until I OD'd... :/

    Here's some ex users (that enriched our culture)
    Jim Morrison
    Janis Joplin
    Sid Vicious
    Brad Nowell
    John Belushi
    Mitch Hedberg

    Name me one good tweaker....
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post

    Name me one good tweaker....
    Gary Busey, nuf said.
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    ^^^ ah! so he lost all his teeth and that's why he's got that monster/horse teeth now!
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Florida is full of these turds. Not so much shooters but oxy and meth heads doing like 30 large in damages to a schools ac system for 100 bucks worth of copper . FL is finally starting to close down the pill mills but it is crazy how many frigging addicts there are these days. Given the same situation as the op, I would have called too.
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    Oxy or meth head broke into my car at the trailhead a few weeks ago. After it was all said and done I have 9k in insurance claims. Report a user you see, parks need good people in them, good people stay away from bad people, soon bad people own the park, you did the right thing.

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