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Montana Meth Documentary

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Published on Jun 2, 2011

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Just Your Shadow
SHE DRANK BLEACH WHATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
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Damon Baldi
cant feel my face, cant hear, cant see, cant breath, But it feels better than any sober person has ever felt their entire life.. She makes a good point there.. NOT !!
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russky salamander
i love these documentaries
Rebekah Bowe
Crystal is so beautiful 
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1Sub2Trolls2Dead
Anyone else besides me just sitting here enjoying this documentary while on meth?
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I HATE MEMES
i smoke pot and drink occasionally, but would never touch meth, heroin, or crack
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Salem Robinett
I can't even watch this... ironically I moved to kalispell to get sober.  been 7 months now
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MlssCue
Crystal is a beautiful woman, this is so sad!
XR6Turbo2003
I live in Australia and I'm a Meth addict, however after going to rehab I will be clean 7 months as of the start of February. I have been using Meth for the last 5 years and I'm now 32... believe me, this drug is evil and there are various types of users who will all individually be at a different stage of using! For me it started once a month then became a weekly occurrence and I nearly started using daily but I never got to that stage, instead I would have 2 - 3 day binges (no sleep) starting Friday finishing usually early Monday morning with a few hours sleep before I started work. I've been to Jail, I have a criminal record and every day I think about using, it'll be a permanent battle for the next year as I feel the thought is always at the back of my mind although everyday that passes I feel better and better. To all you other users out there who are on the brink of going that extra mile be aware that once you cross that line (everyone has there own individual line) it's fucking hard to come back to a normal life x 
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Adam Schanck
RIP Graham, what a sad but prime example on how meth can take your life. NOT EVEN ONCE!!
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