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Hi there

I was looking for content on pets recently when I stumbled on Good stuff! Everything is really well written and laid out!

Did you know that almost half of all pet owners share a bed with their pet? Well, I just published a new post with some great tips on how to co-sleep with your pets and still get a good night of sleep that you may be interested in. You can check it out here:

I am one of the founders of we are passionate about helping those who are experiencing sleep issues and disorders get a better, more peaceful night of sleep.

My resource may make a nice addition to your page ( or as a stand-alone resource. Either way, keep up the awesome work with!

Kind regards,

Director of Communications

It’s nice to know that DrugWarRant is finally getting recognized for its ground-breaking research on sleeping with your pets while doing scary hitler drugs.

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  1. Servetus says:

    Remedy for insomnia: buy a kilo of pot, knock yourself out.

    Regarding pets and sleep, a cat pride includes their humans, and pride members tend to sleep together peacefully, without help from any internet scam. What’s more, refuse to sleep with your cat(s) and they may become neurotic. The same may occur if you don’t praise him or her when they bring a decapitated rat to your door as proof of their mighty hunting skills and for consumption by the pride. Rat pie, yummy. Eat enough of it and it will make you drowsy.

    Methamphetamine existed before fascist Germany did. It was formulated in 1893 in Japan by chemist Nagai Nagayoshi. So why is it associated with Nazis? In Nazi Germany, Adolf sacrificed his dog to test a cyanide pill. Hitler’s chemical labs produced the most lethal nerve toxins known to humankind, still unsurpassed (See Operation Paperclip). And with all that, stimulants like methamphetamine get equated with fascism or Hitler. Maybe it’s because stimulants, along with Nazis or fascists, are associated with aggressive behavior, and brain damage.

    Commercial references or pinnings to recreational drugs such cannabis are a new tactic to draw consumers or viewers. I’ve encountered cameos of marijuana plants showing up in trailers of upcoming movies that have nothing to do with cannabis.

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