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Doing drugs can impair your Web browsing

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For those readers who work in the advertising industry, it's highly unlikely you've ever partaken of illegal narcotics. Luckily, the Oslo Department of Health has created this handy Web tool to simulate using marijuana, cocaine and heroin. (You'll probably need to enable popups on your browser.) I, for one, was shocked to discover that using cocaine is like being blacked out at a Ministry concert. And the virtual pot experience was sadly lacking in delicious burritos. Hat tip to Osocio.

—Posted by David Griner

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