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In India, the company has partnered with Penguin and would soon be releasing four books -- Insignia, Angel Dust, Maggot Moon and Shrunk!, into the Indian market.
People drop like flies in "Isn't Anyone Alive?," the latest black comedy from Gakuryu (formerly Sogo) Ishii, the creator of "The Crazy Family," "Angel Dust" and "Electric Dragon 80,000V." Adapted by Shiro Maeda from his play about the end of the world, set on a college campus and an adjacent university medical center, "Alive" suggests a peculiarly Japanese take on a Gregg Araki film, with its desultory absurdism and flashes of deeper angst among the younger set.
The defense attorney said the drug contains "angel dust" and formaldehyde and caused severe psychosis that left Huntley "incapable of independent action and subject to the manipulation and control" of unnamed others who conceived the scheme.
Throughout their career, the band produced successful albums such as "Introduce Yourself", "The Real Thing", "Angel Dust" and "King for a Day...
PCP, or angel dust, is showing "signs of increased use," according to one recent study, which also notes the "date-rape" drug Rohypnol and Ecstasy "could be easily obtained in dance clubs." The veterinary anesthetic and human hallucinogenic ketamine, also called special K, vitamin K or cat valium, also is readily available.
Always cover marijuana, opiates (heroin and pharmaceuticals), lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD or acid), phencyclidine hydrochloride (PCP or angel dust), psilocybin mushrooms, mescaline, [gamma]-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and other sedative-hypnotics, 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or ecstasy), and cocaine and other stimulants, including those prescribed for ADHD.
And last month the San Diego-based biotechnology company Confirm BioSciences introduced HairConfirm, a home-based hair follicle drug test kit that screens for cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines and ecstasy, opiates and phencyclidine (PCP, or angel dust).
A nation of latchkey kids was either being driven mad by angel dust or getting abducted by brainwashing cults.
However, in all of this, the "angel dust" is undoubtedly customer service.
Semi-synthetic drugs such as cocaine and heroin are made by chemical processes applied to plant material, but synthetic drugs such as speed, LSD, angel dust or ecstasy are produced in a laboratory entirely by chemical processes.
In her previous photographic and video work, she's played with the teen demotic idiom of horror and gore films, video games, and death metal while skillfully acknowledging artmeisters of such gooey, unstable territories, namely Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy; but she laces her acknowledgement with the angel dust of the feminine and amps up the guys' contingent vulnerability.
* PCP or angel dust. This drug changes perceptions of sight and sound and can make the user feel detached from the environment and the self.
I could probably find a scene in Give a boy a gun, or How I changed my life, or even Angel dust blues that would suffice, but I think that for an anthology I would actually suggest On the bridge, a short story I wrote more than 20 years ago that appeared in a book called Visions [Note: Visions is a story collection edited by Donald R.
And Will Ferrell's ongoing drag impersonation in "Janet Reno's Dance Party" on Saturday Night Live features the nation's first female attorney general as a pathetic, love-starved nerd who throws herself at men and dances like a robot on angel dust.