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Just watched a doc on Netfix. Hilter was using meth with a (personal doctor)daily injection and steriods for 7 years before he killed himself. The germans got from the japanesse in 1938, it was available for the general popualtion without precrisption in the same year. The german army decdied to use the drug in mass scale. By 1941 germany was producing for the the public and army 600,000 hits a day. The army(was told to end the us) offically stopped(1941 and public demand cut to precrsiption only) using the drug but at same time they started to build new plants for the army only. The german amry was hooked and it made significant advantage on the battle field. Officialy the practice was curtailed but in actual use it even greater. After 1941 percrispton ban on the general public, the nazis started throwing myth addicts in the general public into the death camps. The army personal were not touched becasue they were need to fight the war. Interesting a nationed hook on myth. Allied used drugs on a smaller scale compared to germany.
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I don't generally comment on typos unless they're funnier or wiser than the correct spelling would be. Anyway, this explains so much about Wagner.
Apparently it is so common in North Korea that some people serve it to guests like schnapps. For one thing, it is a hunger supressant.
Its embarassing I admit, but I do have serious condition where I suffered from decade of cognitive decline. To honest I could read through the above passage for many hours and correct maybe 60% of the spelling, grammer, and word palcement issues. The problem is not laziness(a very small part to be honest) in writing but I can not see the errors, I can not comprehed the errors. So I largely given up. Expect for when I have sign a doucment(I have created) where I have put my name to it.
No worries, SaPH. Like I say, I don't usually concern myslef with the occasional typo, UNLESS, by random chance, it's actually kind of funny in its own way. In all other cases, the common refrain is true: "spelling flames are lame".