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Five Killer Jerry Lee Lewis Videos


"Faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death."
Hunter S. Thompson

Jerry Lee Lewis Almost Dies, IRS Auctions PossessionsJerry_Lee_Lewis_Newsknox.mp4Watch on Posterous


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Jerry Lee Lewis High on Eskatrol "How Do You Know?" Insert Video


Here's my favorite (okay, so i have a lot) Jerry Lee WIDE EYED on these little magic pills they used to make called Eskatrol!

Eskatrol was an amphetamine weight loss agent which was removed by the Food and Drug Administration in 1981 after its manufacturer[1], SmithKline & French,[2] was unable to prove the drug's effectiveness. At the time it was among the 200 most widely prescribed drugs in the United States. Another was Dexamyl tablets.[1] Eskatrol contained dextroamphetamine sulfate[3] and prochlorperazine.

In August 1970 the F.D.A. sought to limit the use of stimulants by calling for changes in labeling which decreased the number of allowable claims and intensified the warnings about possible hazards. F.D.A. Commissioner, Charles C. Edwards, criticized the drug industry for not helping to prevent the abuse of amphetamines. Thomas M. Rauch, president of SmithKline & French laboratories, responded that his company had long promoted stricter drug abuse legislation and tighter controls on production and distribution. SmithKline & French also made Dexedrine and Benzedrine. The F.D.A. began to restrict amphetamine manufacturer claims to only three medical uses, two of them uncommon. The two rare conditions specified were narcolepsyhyperactivity. The third permitted use was for suppressing appetite among persons who needed to lose weight. However, this would only be allowed for a total of a few weeks, and as a part of treatment for obesity.[4] and

This reminds me of the mood he was in when he said two things to me.  One night at the Ritz New Years Eve with my girlfriend, Joan, he Karate Chopped me backstage and turned to her and said:  Get ridda HIM and WE'LL Make Looooove!


The amphetamines are potent psychomotor stimulants. Their use causes a release of the excitatory neurotransmitters dopamine and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) from storage vesicles in the CNS. Amphetamines may be sniffed, swallowed, snorted or injected. They induce exhilarating feelings of power, strength, energy, self-assertion, focus and enhanced motivation. The need to sleep or eat is diminished. The release of dopamine typically induces a sense of aroused euphoria which may last several hours: unlike cocaine, amphetamine is not readily broken down by the body. Feelings are intensified. The user may feel he can take on the world.

        The euphoria doesn't last. There follows an intense mental depression and fatigue. Amphetamine depletes the neuronal stores of dopamine in the mesolimbic pleasure centres of the brain.

        More than any other illegal drug, speed is associated with violence and anti-social behavior. Occasional light and infrequent use is probably relatively harmless; but heavy chronic use can lead to stereotypies of behavior, depressive disorders, "meth bugs" akin to cocaine-induced formication, strain on the cardiovascular system, increasing behavioral disintegration, and outright "amphetamine psychosis".    
Second time at the House of Blues in New Orleans, he walked over to my chair apropos of nothing except amphetamine psychosis and pinned my black plastic glasses frame to my forehead with his finger and said: I'm gonna bury YOU and them Buddy Holly glasses!
overheated distilleries moved absentee shins, penetrated infrasonic creameries of fire during divinity's effete, Battle-planed, plenitude and excremental, orotund fixating; an alcohol-island of Seagram-casement, condensed and burgeoning: unholiness-Fried kidskin.

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