The States with the Biggest Drug Overdose Problems Might Surprise You
I had a conversation today, again, stating that I was the most "normal" person walking on the planet. And, like all other "normal" people, I have a plan for the drug problem if I ever become President.
That plan is simple. Legalize everything. I would also pay for the funeral of anyone who Overdosed. I could subsidize it with all the money I'll be making selling drugs. And, once people stop crying for the loss of a loved one, they'll realize that the population is becoming more controllable.
(Thin The Herd Campaign 2020)
I got the idea one night when I hit a few bars with some friends in Central Texas. I thought for sure that Texas has a serious drug problem. They might, but it turns out its not the worst in the country.
Now, according to the CDC, deaths by drug overdose have hit an all-time high. Up 7% in just one year. Over 40,000 Americans mainlined to the afterlife in 2014 alone.
And the biggest shocker...One of the biggest states is not on the list. Now for our neighbors...
Our Eastern neighbor made the list at #14. I'm guessing here, but it could be that people are not really ODing. Maybe 1 or 2 people are, then the mosquito's bite the corpses, then pass the poisoned blood to others and everyone begins to drop. Swamp Parties are going to kill everyone.
Going up to Oklahoma? Don't die. Our Northern Neighbors are number 6 in the dying stupid chart. Might be football related? Don't quote me though.
- New Mexico
OMG. It must suck to live in New Mexico! This state, with only a little over 2 million people is in the top 5. I'm guessing it's the fault of George R. R. Martin. "Dude! No one survives the idiots novels, why should I survive." For the love of God man, finish the damn series already!
- Rhode Island
For the rest of the Top 5. Rhode Island comes in at number 4. But then, with a State this small, some bad junk at a weekend party, and boom! You've got a death epidemic.
Again. Low Population. One bad dose of junk at your Momma/Sister/Aunt's house and you move up the death chart fast.
We're out west again for number two. See what happens when you don't recognize Martin Luther King Day, or Daylight Savings for that matter. You'll notice that the darker area's are next to California and Mexico. Then there's a string due south of Las Vegas. That makes sense.
Well. Is this a shock? You wanna know why they have the saying "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas"? Because people don't come home alive. It should be "Vegas. You're gonna die here!"