Silly Me, I Missed #RecoveryMonth, So In Honor Of How Well Recovery Works, Here’s Some Footage Of A Bunch Of Junkies Shooting Up Near South Bay Suffolk County Corrections
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I don’t know how I missed it, you guys, but September is the designated “Recovery Month” for all those guys and gals who are “getting their lives back together” to use a filter on their Facebook profile pictures to commemorate the last 3 and a half days of subjective sobriety. For me, it’s the month that I remember to remind everyone on the internet the drug addiction is not, in fact, a disease, because diseases begin with a pathogen, and a gram of black tar heroin is not a pathogen, it’s just a stupid fucking decision that leads to becoming a morally bankrupt shell of who you once were.
Speaking of recovery, Massachusetts likes to smugly remind every other state just how progressive we are when it comes to this shit, with our clean needle exchange programs, methadone clinics popping up like Dunkin Donuts, and prescribing of suboxene in the MGH ER. So without further ado, let me show you how well we’re doing to curb this thing, with some footage of some poor sick and suffering folk shooting up around the parking lot of the South Bay Correctional Facility
How stupid can you actually be, to decide that the optimal location to be banging junk into your bloodstream is steps away from where they lock people up for this shit? I guess not all that stupid, considering nobody seems to be doing anything about this.
Jesus Christ. Must be doing wonders for the overall aesthetic of the community. Imagine being an employee of the facility, and getting the privilege of stepping over this every day when you make your way into work.
Lovely. Now I know the idea behind the NEP program is to reduce the spread of blood-borne diseases like HIV and Hepatitis C, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s not working out all that well. But because these people have “the disease”, we are supposed to just kind of step over them and their disease filled used syringes, and feel pity. They have rights, and rights above the average citizens’ right to not contract Hep C whilst walking through a public space. Thank God we’re expending so much time and money into all these harm reduction and public education initiatives, though. They’re clearly doing wonders.