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    do drug sniffing dogs smell shrooms?

    sup guize.
    my friend is kind of sketchy to bring shrooms to school because once or twice a month we have a complete lockdown and they bring drug-sniffing dogs in (our school, aka 'the pharmacy', is rated 2nd in the state for drug confrontations). my question is, do the pigs train their dogs to find psilocybin mushrooms as well as some of the more common drugs? i have one friend that tells me no, and another that says that if it has a scent, they WILL find it. someone help me out.
    why is that so groovy..?

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    If I was you i would edit my post as soon as possible ,you've have told which school you're in..Seems quite tricky in The US..Don't know for sure.

    Shrooms tend to heve a certain smell but i have no idea if the dogs are trained to track them down. also the smell of the magick ones doesn't differs much from dried normal shrooms. At least not for my inferiour nose

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    Unless cracking down on the international shroom cartel is a priority to the local police, training the dogs to recognize shrooms will probably be considered too time-consuming (expensive). I'm sure the dogs can be trained, but doubt they are. The dog would have to know how to distinguish the hundred and something illegal species from other fungi, including the one on your pizza or under your shoes after a walk through the woods.
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    You shouldnt be taking drugs to or at school .

    Dogs are not trained to sniff mushrooms .
    If in doubt double the dose

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    dont worry ive got it under control.
    only my closest friends know i go on this forum, even fewer know my screen name. i also only access this website from my wii console because it has no history and cannot be traced
    why is that so groovy..?

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    and thanks all for your responses!
    why is that so groovy..?

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    "dont worry ive got it under control. only my closest friends know i go on this forum, even fewer know my screen name. i also only access this website from my wii console because it has no history and cannot be traced"

    Please explain how / why it cant be traced ?
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    How could you train a dog to smell fungi...
    Its fucing everywhere in the air

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    SWIM got busted for strictly mushrooms. Dogs smelled an 1/8 of an oz inside a duffel in the trunk.

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    it just depends on whether or not they've been trained to do so
    they CAN be trained to smell them, but as previously mentioned its expensive and mushrooms arent i big issue for police in general
    its mostly the big ones like amphetamines and weed and heroin
    stuff along those lines

    but better safe than sorry
    theres no reason to bring shrooms to school
    if you wana trip at school (fuckin terrible idea) take them before school
    if you wana sell them to people at school, tell them to meet you somewhere after school
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    You really get lockdown and drugdogs 2 times a month?
    So glad that I life in Holland

    But what do they find then? Coke and MJ??
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    "SWIM got busted for strictly mushrooms. Dogs smelled an 1/8 of an oz inside a duffel in the trunk."

    The dog thought it smelled something and they found mushrooms . Had you or any contents of your trunk had contact to other drugs ?
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    Or as you can see in the never get busted vids, SWIY looked guilty -> police made the dog false alarm -> reason to search SWIY -> they found shrooms -> they fucked SWIY
    I hope that doesn't happen but according to the guy from the never get busted vids they do. So this might've happened too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silv
    Or as you can see in the never get busted vids, SWIY looked guilty -> police made the dog false alarm -> reason to search SWIY -> they found shrooms -> they fucked SWIY
    I hope that doesn't happen but according to the guy from the never get busted vids they do. So this might've happened too.
    Of course pigs do that. When have your local police ever actually made a positive difference, when have YOU seen them in the right place at the right time to cause GOOD. Or did they just make alot of trouble for someone who was trying to enjoy life in the way they have chosen.

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    Re: do drug sniffing dogs smell shrooms?

    1. Your friend shouldn't be taking mushrooms to school.
    2. Even considering it shows lack of common sense.
    3. You shouldn't be taking *any* drugs to school.
    4. If his or your judgment is this bad, you're looking to get caught one way or another.
    5. If you're under 18, you really shouldn't be using mushrooms.
    6. If you're under 18, you shouldn't be in a forum talking about taking mushrooms -- and the owners are taking a huge risk letting you.
    7. Other people should be telling you these things instead of just playing along with you.

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    8. You shouldn't call them "pigs". I'm not saying they're right. But your being hateful doesn't help anything.

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    Calling shit shit isnt hatefull its honest . Calling someone hatefull isnt a nice thing to say .
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    Sorry to hijack, but the "you must be 18 years or older to use entheogenics" argument is plain stupid. Because the law puts the "age of moral responsability" at 18 in most countries doesn't mean shit. Some people are mature enough to use entheogenics properly before 18, and some never will.

    Edit: that said, keeping mushrooms in your school locker doesn't exactly fit my idea of "responsible use".
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    Re: do drug sniffing dogs smell shrooms?

    Quote Originally Posted by wjames
    8. You shouldn't call them "pigs". I'm not saying they're right. But your being hateful doesn't help anything.
    I call them pigs
    In my entire life i've only ever met 2 decent cops and they lived in a remote country town and were the only cops out there
    the rest have been cunts, even the ones i've met outside of ther work are absolute pricks
    ther job it seems tends to give them a power trip
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    Quote Originally Posted by significationof?!?
    the "you must be 18 years or older to use entheogenics" argument is plain stupid.
    That depends. Some drugs could potentially cause permanent damage to an undeveloped brain. In scientific tests performed on mice, administration of cannabis to pre-adult mice caused permanent memory damage, whereas administration of the same amounts of cannabis to adult mice did not.

    I'd source you the study, but I'm having trouble finding it on google... Saw it originally on a BBC TV programme...

    Ok, so this doesn't necessarily transfer to other psychoactives, but my advice is to steer clear of them all to till as close to 18 as possible... Not that that usually happens, of course. :wink:

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    This post has been edited by me, Jamapricotica, for the simple reason that I am attempting to cleanup and/or improve my presence on this forum.

    Sorry for any inconveniences this may cause.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamapricotica
    I guess if you want to take powerful psychedelics before you're brain is fully matured just be prepared for possible ramifications later on in life.
    I completely agree. Gotta also say that people of any age should be prepared for any consequences, for good or ill, that psychedelics/psychoactives may have on their lives. No drug is evil, and I believe we all have a choice about what drugs we choose to take in our lives, and that any consequences are our own. It's all about freedom of choice.

    I'm also sorry to hear about the depression; I've been there too, it's not a good place. Hoping it's not so bad for you now.

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    I dont think that there is anything wrong or dangerous in children haveing a trip if it is done carefully with a psychologist who is trained in such things .
    If in doubt double the dose

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD
    I dont think that there is anything wrong or dangerous in children haveing a trip if it is done carefully with a psychologist who is trained in such things .
    Depends on the substance, the dosage and the frequency, I would assume. It's better to err on the side of caution, in my opinion; leave psychedelic experimentation as late as possible.

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    "Depends on the substance, the dosage and the frequency, I would assume. It's better to err on the side of caution, in my opinion; leave psychedelic experimentation as late as possible."

    Thats what i meant . The right "drug" , at the right time , with the right sitter / therapist / psychologist in the right set and setting .
    If in doubt double the dose

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrGonzoII
    Quote Originally Posted by Jamapricotica
    I guess if you want to take powerful psychedelics before you're brain is fully matured just be prepared for possible ramifications later on in life.
    I completely agree. Gotta also say that people of any age should be prepared for any consequences, for good or ill, that psychedelics/psychoactives may have on their lives. No drug is evil, and I believe we all have a choice about what drugs we choose to take in our lives, and that any consequences are our own. It's all about freedom of choice.

    I'm also sorry to hear about the depression; I've been there too, it's not a good place. Hoping it's not so bad for you now.
    Second, the world just doesn't look as good when it's all grey =|

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    I think your talking about people abuseing drugs and themselves and not about the drugs .
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkateer
    How could you train a dog to smell fungi...
    Its fucing everywhere in the air
    A good dog can trace your tracks when you walked through the woods, the streets no matter where, even hours after you are gone. All they need is a piece of clothing you've been wearing days ago.
    I've seen it once and I still can't wrap my mind around how this dog was able to smell a track on asphalt where a person had been walking an hour ago, with shoes on.
    A dog's nose is so incredibly fine tuned, I think they could probably distinguish a thousand different species of mushrooms from each other if they were trained to do so.

    I'd love to have a psilo-sniffing dog though. Would make walking the dog really resourceful for myself, too!
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    Your right about that .

    Next time i get one i`m going to train it to find coke and cannabis and then go looking for peoples bunkers .
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    Quote Originally Posted by tryptonaut
    I'd love to have a psilo-sniffing dog though. Would make walking the dog really resourceful for myself, too!
    OMG I've been laughing for like 10 minutes about that. I agree totally. I want to train my Doberman to hunt shrooms too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD
    "SWIM got busted for strictly mushrooms. Dogs smelled an 1/8 of an oz inside a duffel in the trunk."

    The dog thought it smelled something and they found mushrooms . Had you or any contents of your trunk had contact to other drugs ?
    Now that you mention it, I do believe he had a trace amount of weed that was of no consequence do to the illegality of the mushrooms. (they never issued a ticket for the weed because of the severity of the mushrooms)

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