1.  A while ago, I watched a Frontline episode about methamphetamine where they explained that your body produces dopamine as a reward for certain actions. Eating food increases your baseline dopamine levels by 50%, while having sex increases it by 100. I’m going to say that eating a really good pizza probably hits 90% or so.  

 Meth, however, amps it up to 1200%, completely overloading your brain’s reward gauges so that no sex, no bacon, no sweet potato pie, no pizza, no other experience can ever really compare with the good feelings from doing meth—which is why people just give up on everything else for more meth. 

 Don’t ruin pizza. Don’t do meth.

    A while ago, I watched a Frontline episode about methamphetamine where they explained that your body produces dopamine as a reward for certain actions. Eating food increases your baseline dopamine levels by 50%, while having sex increases it by 100. I’m going to say that eating a really good pizza probably hits 90% or so.

    Meth, however, amps it up to 1200%, completely overloading your brain’s reward gauges so that no sex, no bacon, no sweet potato pie, no pizza, no other experience can ever really compare with the good feelings from doing meth—which is why people just give up on everything else for more meth.

    Don’t ruin pizza. Don’t do meth.

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