A casualty due to the toxicity of LSD would certainly be newsworthy, considering that there are no reported deaths from LSD overdose.
Though it is in passing, implying that one can overdose on LSD is an unfair act of perpetuating the lie of LSD's toxicity
posted by John Trombetta
August 12, 2009
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