Skittles, Arizona Iced Tea, Robitussin = ‘Drank’ Or ‘Lean’

It’s highly intoxicating and the side affects are severe. Check out the link. It explains a lot.

From the Conservative Tree House:

… 6. Lean is a mixed drink originating in the Southern Rap culture. It is a mixture of Promethazine and Codeine cough syrup and a soft drink such as Sprite (usually). While other soft drinks may be used, Sprite was the original.

[And now also Arizona Watermelon for Watermelon Drank/Lean]

There are some variations of Lean. For example, Promethazine and Codeine syrup is usually Purple in color. But there are other colors of syrup that work the same way. There is a golden-colored syrup (hydrocodone based) and other colors as well.

Lean slows you down. It makes you feel good. It’s meant to be sipped on, and it taste damn good. One of the best feelings you will ever experience. Euphoria with a hint of sedation. …”

Lean is also the drug mixture that killed Pimp C.

DXM” is an abbreviation for the cough suppressant Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide — which is the active ingredient in the cough-syrup brand Robitussin.



DXM causes physical and psychological effects that may be frightening or unpleasant… Psychological effects can include profound disorientation, depression, a feeling of personal disintegration, or a feeling of “unreality” and disconnection that may persist for days. Chronic use may cause depression, psychological dependency, and possibly brain damage. Large doses may be associated with psychotic breaks…

In answer to the question “What’s the DXM Trip Like” the author says:

“Well, that depends on how much you take. There are four different kinds of experiences, based on the dosage; these are called plateaus.

The first plateau is a mild stimulant effect with a little bit of a buzz, and has been compared to MDA [a more psychedelic cousin of MDMA -aka-“Ecstasy”].

The second plateau is more intoxicating and has been compared to being drunk and stoned at the same time.

The third plateau is dissociative, like a lower dose of ketamine.

The fourth plateau is fully dissociative like a higher dose of ketamine.

You should not [emphasis original!] attempt higher plateau doses unless you have someone with you who can take care of you in case you get sick or freak out. It happens on DXM.”

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245 Responses to Skittles, Arizona Iced Tea, Robitussin = ‘Drank’ Or ‘Lean’

  1. notamobster says:

    It even had a hit song named after it… It’s also called sizzurp by the homies.

    NSFW – OAWASOD (not safe for work – or anyone with a sense of decorum)

    • Bman says:

      How did I miss this the first time you posted this sizzurp vid? How dumb, (the video), I think they call it purple drank as well by said homies. The vid doesn’t work anymore, but just type in sizzurp on youtube and you will see the vid.

    • Deemsters 420 says:

      Your dumb umm check out triple 6 with bun b n pimp c sipping on some sizzurp get your mind right real lean isn’t Robitussin its promethazine dumb dumb its mixed with jolly ranchers n bozzez sometimes purp n yellow in my cup you teens crack me up pimp c would flip over in his grave hearing you making bunk Lean

      • jacksonsdad says:

        I submit that there is no more economical use of words (in their purpose of conveying meaning) than the glorious proclamation “your dumb”.

        Only two words but BOY HOWDY do they speak volumes about the speaker.

      • notamobster says:

        We don’t be Makin lean, cuz we be employed and we gots mad brain power, yo. You needs to get your job on and leave the dumb shit in the past.

        Seriously, all of the commentary offered here and all you can do is correct the recipe for this foul, life destroying, cheap high? Get a fucking life.

        On to of that, there are links here for the recipes (plural) for lean, sizzurp, purple drank, etc… The story and the commentary stand correct. Grow up.

        • Bman says:

          And people who talk like that will be able to understand the Constitution. We are done.

          • Z says:

            Excellent point.

            • Ray Davies says:

              With a topic like Drank and the rest of that mind bending shit showing up here, I’ve got only two words…”We’re Screwed”.
              These people need to get into the real world some way. Hell, join the military and grow up (if they will take them,which I doubt). R.D.’s kids show us there in hope though.

        • Boss Lady says:

          Umm I have a job and I can still have fun so white boy hush and mind you own bussiness dont dont why you are on here if you dont like it

          • Cudy says:

            You should really consider educating yourself. Using the term “white boy” simply makes you look like a uneducated, ignorant woman of ethnic descent.

    • f says:

      trayvon was making more of this the night he attacked george

  2. A Guy says:

    DXM and Lean are two separate things.

    DXM is a fake X that is derived from over the counter cough syrup. It is generally considered trash that poor kids take before going to a rave or dance club because they cant’ afford X. It will reduce your bodies ability to produce sweat. When taken before a long night of dancing it will cause your body to overheat thus the potential for a heat stroke or worse death.

    Lean is prescription grade codeine cough syrup mixed with sprite and is generally more popular with adults in the ghetto who want to just hang on the front porch and watch the cars roll by.

    Personally, I can understand why ppl drink lean it’s not much different than taking hydrocodone or something to that extent. DMX is utter crap and dangerous.

    • max843 says:

      Strange how things keep coming back around.

      When first teaching in Baltimore City in 1965 I stopped to purchase Robitussin three blocks from the school. I’ve always looked young for my age but was shocked to be asked for two forms of ID.

      After the store owner saw I was actually 24, he explained that all the neighborhood kids were getting high on the cough syrup and the police required the ID.

      Never suspected kids today were doing the same….

  3. Jim22 says:

    Thank you Guy. I am unfamiliar with the culture. I encountered this and the name ‘Trayvon’ jumped into my head.

    I am not surprised that I took several quotes out of the long article linked to above and linked them together incorrectly. I admit I didn’t know what they were writing about.

    I did think the information was interesting enough to share.

    There are a whole bunch of cultures in America that most people are unaware of.

    I am unsure of your terms. When you refer to ‘X’ are you referring to Ecstasy? And is there a difference between DXM and DMX?

  4. A Guy says:

    Sorry. I’m lazy and had a typo. I was referring to ecstasy when I said X. And I meant DXM when I said it was utter crap and dangerous.

    DMX is some rapper (and not a drug at all)

    Lean and Syrup are the same thing. That shit was hella popular in Dallas during the late 90’s.

  5. A Guy says:

    Hadn’t seen that video in years. I just watched it. He actually specifically says syrup is liquid hydrocodone about 43 seconds into the video.

    I’m a lot different than I used to be.

  6. Dave J says:

    I knew a couple of guys in college in the mid 80s that would take the Robi trip. They would drink damn near a whole bottle straight in a short period of time…usually puke within 45 minutes and then trip their very stupid asses off in a condition that looked to be nothing I would call remotely fun….

  7. Jim22 says:

    Guy,

    It sounds like you made a big change. Welcome to the discussion.

  8. Jesse Locke says:

    @A Guy – many of us did stupid things during our youth but we grew up. Congrats. I only wish more would have decided to come along.

  9. Roy Ryder says:

    Isn’t Lean just a Flaming Moe from the Simpsons?

  10. Terry Harris says:

    As heroines first effect is to vomit, then the high and rush begins (that’s why they should up at a toilet) lean is called such because when it hits- the user bends over.

  11. anon says:

    is this what that TM kid had in his pocket??

  12. Hutch says:

    In Great Britain, you can still buy cough syrup over the counter that has hydrocodone in it. 5mg per teaspoon. You can also buy just plain hydrocodone combined with Tylenol over the counter as a simple analgesic. The brit stupid idiots who take this stuff with a coke (hard to find ice tea over there) and abuse it are making an epidemic over it. Kids hit the ER on a regular basis, as they overdose trying to have a better buzz. Problem is, once you take too much of the mixture, your system starts to break apart and you forget to breathe. Not good for humans to do that.

  13. tjay says:

    Am I behind the times here by wondering if Trayvon had 2/3s of this recipe in hand?

    • jojo says:

      Not behind the times. Just sadly mistaken. The only active doping agent is the Robitussin, which Trayvon did not have. The recipe calls for a carbonated soda, such as Sprite. Not iced tea. The Skittles are 100% irrelevant. This is slander of the worst sort.

      • anon says:

        Wrong jojo,
        Working with youthful offenders here in FL. I learned way before the Trayvon incident that a popular “drink” for feeling “right” was Arizona Watermelon drink (among others), skittles (or any sweet hard candy) and ‘tussin DM. You are the one sadly mistaken. It was not just black youth, a number of white and latino youths were familiar with this mixture.

      • Bill Ayers says:

        Not much of a slander he often talked about drinking lean through texts.

      • Michael Bey says:

        Trayvon didn’t have the Robitussin because that was already at his father’s girlfriend’s place where he was staying. He went to buy the missing ingredients. Some screen grabs of Trayvon’s Facebook have him inquiring about ‘Lean’. He also had THC (marijuana) in his system at the time of death, according to the toxology report that the defense fought to have admisable but never presented to the jury. Probably out of respect for Trayvon’s parents (plus they really didn’t need it), and to have the prosecution waste time preparing for something that would never be presented.

      • hates ignorance says:

        it kills me that this has become a racial issue, there were a string of thefts in the neighborhood, this guy was the pres of the neighborhood watch, hes latino and white and trevon attacked him. he was found with the full compound in his system, and anyone who knows the effects of taking too much cough syrup knows, this kid was paranoid, prone to flashes of anger or agression, and had proven that he took it, to some extent, often. texts, FB…. there is gang related violence and murder daily, that is a real hate crime. report on that, and fight that, but leave the man trying to protect his family friends and neighborhood alone. he wasnt after the kid in the hopes of being violent, he was trying to prevent yet another theft from a hooded kid that wasnt usually in that neighborhood, much less that late.

        • kyle says:

          Very well put.

        • Sonya Goodwin says:

          TM also had stolen property in his school locker along with a burglery tool but there was never a police report done because of the schools concern about it looking bad on them. So it was considered “found property” and TM was never charged.

        • gbenny74 says:

          U tripping and I’m from chicago south side shit u can’t never judge some one lifestyle
          Cause u don’t know what they been through to get to that point where they was at and yea treyvon prob was apart of a gang but does that mean zimmerman can just kill treyvon and not get punished maybe if he was to just sit back and watch what treyvon actions before shooting then he prob wouldnt be therw and so what he was smokin weed shit maybe if u smoked then u prob Wont be such adick head dumb fuck

          • Bman says:

            Homeschooled?

          • R.D. Walker says:

            I put that comment in Google translate and it couldn’t do anything with it either. Must be one of those dead languages.

          • Ray Davies says:

            I thought this was a DEAD subject a long time ago. gbenny, or is that gbunny, I’m not real sure you would like this site.You might get an education if you stick around though.

          • notamobster says:

            Well, gbenny74, though I doubt you’ll return, I would like to answer your… whatever that is above:

            “you can’t never judge some one lifestyle” — actually, as a natural defensive mechanism, we all make judgments about other people every day. It protects us. The idea that you can’t judge how someone lives is the result of years of progressive programming that came up with winning ideas like “Everyone gets a trophy” and “There is no right and wrong”.

            What a crock of shit. You have been led to believe that no one is accountable for their actions (and apparently, that speaking clearly is unimportant). For that I am sorry, but you can still turn things around. It’s not too late.

          • Boss Lady says:

            soo true I wanna get bro ass (: Im on your side boo boo

      • Shallimar says:

        The autopsy report of TM showed the results of using Lean.

        • notamobster says:

          I think Trayvon Martin was a thugged out little prick who made a bad decision (as thugged out little pricks are prone to do) and paid the price for his decision, but I do have to say that the autopsy did NOT show results of lean. It made no mention of any abuse other than a mild amount of THC.

      • Brian Himmelsbaugh says:

        Actually, if you did some research you would find that he messaged a friend earlier that day looking for some “lean” and the friend replied by explaining he could make “some fire ass lean” with Robitussin, skittles, and Iced tea.

      • byterider says:

        Update…google Trayvon’s facebook page…he was a bog time Lean user. His autopsy showed severe liver damage (google it, i ain’t your mother) which was attributed to using ‘street drugs’.

        Trayvon got what he deserved. Period. End of discussion.

  14. tjay says:

    Opps I see now.. I am err was behind the times..

  15. Brandie says:

    So, can you buy this syrup here in the US? I have a teenage daughter and am concerned :/

    • M brown says:

      Yes you can buy cough syrup at any pharmacy

      • Jill says:

        I work at Rite Aid. It is illegal to sell anyone under the age of 18 and without proper identification, cough syrup or any medical medication of any kind. Children can not purchase cough syrup at a pharmacy..this isn’t a state law it’s a federal law and if your child is able to get their hands on cough syrup from ANY store without being carded then that store needs to be reported.

        • Dwayne says:

          But yet any girl of any age can buy a Morning After pill and effectively end her pregnancy without her parent’s okay.

          • cheryl hill says:

            Some girls don,t have parents to confide in.It dosen,t end pregnancy,it prevents it from ever happening.

            • notamobster says:

              I agree with Cheryl. The morning after pill is not an abortion drug. It’s a birth control pill.

              The abortion drugs should not be legal. Birth control should. I support the morning after pill.

            • Locke n Load says:

              To be semi-specific, both the pill and the morning after pill are abortifacients. Sometimes. They are NOT abortion pills, that much is clear when you understand the hormonal cycle and chemistry. Abortion pills remove a fertilized zygote from the uterus by removing the developing placenta.
              The pill tricks the body into not making a placenta at all. However, both the pill and the morn after version can NOT stop fertilization. They usually do, but absolutely, positively, not always. I’ve read studies that suggest upwards of 10% of the time the egg is fertilized before being, well, left homeless.
              For those of you curious how the Church can claim scientific validity for their Canon, thats it.

          • femanon says:

            You have to be above the age of 15 to purchase a Plan B pill and you must provide ID at the pharmacy

            • THFlorida says:

              You can purchase the morning after pill @ ANY age now, and yes, cough syrup containing dextromethorphan is a federally limited drug. You must be 18 years of age with ID to purchase it.

          • Ramona Salden says:

            As she should as its her body/her decision—if she needs the pill( old enough to menstruate) she’s old enough and aware enough to take it! She sure shouldn’t need some guy’s permission—ie. dad/boyfriend.

        • T says:

          Jill you are flat out wrong and a liar. This is why I don’t shop at Kmart, Rite-Aid, and a host of other retailers who’s employees are too stupid to understand what the federal law really is. Instead of properly training the employees to understand what is illegal to sell to persons under 18 and must take information from their ID’s and what is legal to sell to persons without taking their information.
          Brandy, your daughter may buy any cough medicine or any other over the counter medicine. NyQuil, Robitussin, Tylenol, or Mydol to name just a few without being 18 and without ID.
          The federal law Jill is talking about, forbids the sale of any over the counter medication with pseudoephedrine in it, to any person under the age of 18. A state ID must be presented at the time of purchase and a person is limited to two purchases within a 60 day time period. The products containing it must be kept behind the pharmacy counter. The law was enacted to help combat meth makers, as pseudoephedrine is used in it. I know this because I am a safety director for an airline. When the law went into effect, we had to change out a lot of our first aid kits so we were in compliance with the law.
          Best thing to do, is be honest with your daughter about what you expect of her and why you don’t want her doing drugs. Give her honest answers. Some drugs have been linked with various forms of cancer. Make sure you do research and show her pictures of the various outcomes.

  16. Lochlyn Grendelsson says:

    Puts a whole new meaning to the things Trayvon Martin bought the night he attacked Zimmerman and was killed in self-defense.

    • tshark says:

      Even though this might be the case Zimmerman is not innocent in this case. The jury found him not guilty not innocent.

      • Bman says:

        He most certainly is innocent of the charges against him.

        • notamobster says:

          tshark – from bing:

          Thesaurus: guilty (adjective)
          Synonyms: culpable, responsible, at fault, blameworthy, in the wrong, to blame

          Antonyms: innocent

          An antonym is a word that means the opposite of something.

          Under U.S. law all suspects are “innocent until proven guilty”. When the jury finds you not guilty, your natural state of “innocent” continues unimpeded. That’s how it works, dumbass.

          • notamobster says:

            I apologize for being so rude, but any man who believes that I have no right to defend myself is worthy of my contempt.

            P.S. Let me know if my words are too big for you.

          • RJ says:

            smack…. Nota 1, Troll out like a light.

            • Tyrone_X says:

              RJ: more like this:
              -unprovoked physical attack
              -BANG!
              which is what went down between GZ and T Martin

          • Carole says:

            Well said!

          • Keith G says:

            Don’t confuse legal “innocence” with the kind of innocence Bman is clearly talking about. Legal wrangling aside, I don’t think that even Zimmerman himself will ever say he was completely innocent in the death of T Martin. He was very much a key player in that death.

            • notamobster says:

              Innocent means that he has NO culpability. He was justified in his actions (killing the subject), as soon as tm attacked him, and began bearing his head into the concrete.

            • Michael C says:

              Just thought I would interject here. When someone has got you on the ground, beating your head into the concrete, what do you do before the lights go out? It was also brought to light that TM was starting to train for MMA. In some cases, You can learn one or two moves very well, and you can take a man out very easily, which is what I believe TM had performed on GZ. I think GZ was stupid, after calling the police, and being told to just let it be, to continue following him. Something that puzzles me though is….why didn’t TM just continue the path to his home? If he would have, and GZ was still following him, he would have seen that TM lived in the neighborhood, and there would have been no one killed that night. I simply don’t understand this! When asked by the defense if “cracker” was a racial slur, she replied “no,” because only white people can be racists. Of course, when a black man who doesn’t like Mexicans casts aspersions upon a Mexican, what is that called? In the words of Rodney King, “Why can’t we all just get along.” It seems so senseless to hate each other when life is really so short in the grand scheme of things. Keith G, I feel you dawg, but the hate must stop. And now Oklahoma?????…….What’s next?

        • Travon says:

          Yeah… So was OJ! Found NOT GUILTY by a jury! Lord knows, the jury is as infallible as the pope!

          • notamobster says:

            The system may not be perfect, but it’s what we have, and it works fairly well. There is a murderer named Mel Ignato walking free in Kansas. He beat, tortured, and raped his girlfriend for more than 24 hours. Then, when she was near death, he burned her alive.

            He also video taped the entire thing. He was found not guilty due to lack of evidence. A couple years later, he sold his house and the new owner found the video and the victim’s personal effects in a baggy under the floor boards.

            He was tried in federal court, for civil rights violation and did 6 years in prison.

            Our system is certainly not perfect, but it is what we have. If we want to change it, there is a system in place to do so. Use it.

            Like it or not… agree with it or not… we follow the law. We are a nation of laws.

            • Janis says:

              AMEN!

            • lifeofthrees says:

              How very incorrect. Mel Ignatow was from Kentucky, not Kansas. His house was sold to pay for his legal defense and only 6 months afterwords a carpenter found his “stash” and he was brought up on perjury charges where he served some of the time before being released. He’s not walking anymore either. He’s dead.

              But you’re right — the justice system did what it was supposed to, however wrong the outcome may have felt.

              • notamobster says:

                lifeofthrees: My humblest apologies for the misinformation.

                I was operating off of my flawed memory from a television show I watched one time, several years ago. The miscarriage of justice occurring in that case has burned his name – and the story – into my brain. Apparently, it wasn’t burned well enough. I will never forget the details again. Thank you for correcting me.

                As an interesting sidenote: he bound his former girlfriend to a glass coffee table when he tortured her. His death was caused when he fell onto a glass coffee table, cutting his arm and hitting his head. He then stumbled around his dwelling – in what we can only hope was ABJECT PAIN & SUFFERING – until he bled out. Cosmic irony. I hope he suffered.

            • Fantasywriter says:

              The court system didn’t fail in the case you cited. The prosecutors failed to find the evidence necessary to convict this killer and the prosecution may not have had enough to prosecute. Obviously, they felt they had enough to arrest this man and most likely had enough to get a warrant. You can’t just prosecute someone because you just know he’s guilty. Under a floor?

            • cathy says:

              mel ignato fell over a glass coffee table and bled to death a few years after the killing. It was karma for him he tortured his victim tied to a glass coffee table.
              he was in kentucky.

          • gary lantrip says:

            OJ did not claim self-defense, wherein even the BELIEVE you are about to suffer death or grievous blodily harm justifies lethal force. The two cases are not parallel.

        • machelle bates says:

          I’ve viewed evidence not allowed in court. Trayvon was suspended 3 times, used drugs, and seen beating Zimmerman. He was also skilled in martial arts! And now it comes out that he not only tested positive for marijuana but made homemade drugs! I believe the right decision was made! Not Guilty!

          • Ramona Salden says:

            So what—the dispatcher said not to follow him–but because GZ had a gun (another stupid mistake–giving a domestic abuser a gun), he followed that boy and the boy had a right to confront that creepy old fart following him…Trayvon owed GZ nothing…GZ stole that boy’s life—all your behind the scenes info has not bearing on anything but more gossiping.

            • fingers says:

              I gotta agree… bottom line, no matter Trayvon’s past or even present drug use, Zimmerman should have followed the police dispatchers orders and NOT gotten out of his truck to follow the kid. Had he followed orders this would not even be a case. Zimmerman should have repercussions to him for disobeying direct orders, as well as for some type of manslaughter charges

            • R.D. Walker says:

              I agree that GZ should have stayed in the truck. It was stupid to pursue.

              Still, you don’t have the facts straight.

              1) Police dispatchers cannot issue lawful orders.

              2) This dispatcher didn’t give any instructions or orders. When GZ said he was going to follow TM, the dispatcher said, “you don’t have to do that.”

              There CANNOT be a penalty for not accepting a vague suggestion from a woman who had zero legal authority to issue orders.

          • de mon me son says:

            SO WHAT IF HE WAS SUSPENDED?….did you see GZs violent assault record…the fool is the new OJ…lets see how long it takes him to land his ass back in jail…im sayin no more than 2 years…oh…and no one witnessed him beating GZ….and the forensic expert testified that his minimal wounds didnt jive with his head supposedly being pounded on concrete….more like bumping his head getting out of his car…which he was told by 911 operator..NOT TO DO…

            • Uke says:

              He was not told to not get out of his car. Stop spreading lies.

              GZ was asked if he was following the suspect. GZ said yes. The 911 dispatch said, and I quote, “We don’t need you to do that.”

              There was no command to not get out of his car. There was not even a command to not follow, as a 911 dispatch is specifically not authorized to command anyone to do anything. But GZ complied with the request to not follow anymore.

              It is after that point that GZ was confronted and sucker punched by TM.

      • Fantasywriter says:

        This is a point that most people get wrong, mostly because they want to get it wrong. It sounds better, to them, to say someone, they believe to be guilty, was not found innocent, just “not guilty”. The truth is, when jury enters the courtroom they are suppose to consider the defendant innocent. That is their charge, that is their duty. It is up to the prosecution to persuade the jury that the defendant is guilty beyond a shadow of doubt and not the other way around. So, in fact, the jury in this case found Zimmerman innocent.

        • gary lantrip says:

          You cannot find someone guilty or innocent “beyond a shadow of doubt.” the standard is “reasonal.”

          • notamobster says:

            Gary – You are mistaken. The standard for murder cases is “beyond the shadow of a doubt”. All lesser cases are “beyond a reasonable doubt”.

      • bud says:

        Webster New World Dictionary

        Innocent=specifically; not guilty.
        Now WTF have you been drinking…duh
        You just can’t fix stupid!

      • trav says:

        Innocent until proven guilty……think about what your saying. If he’s found not guilty. He’s innocent.

      • Bon says:

        Um what? Unanimously found not guilty of all charges.

      • Wilee=Tex says:

        DUUUUUHHH!

  17. M brown says:

    Please pay attention to what you are reading it is not the skittles and tea but the cough syrup that is in the mix. The 1/3 travon did not have. Most if your “lean” ingredient has to be prescribed by a physician hence… Hydrocodone or pamenthasine. As for the dxm it wouldn’t matter if you has the skittles and tea or m&m’s and coke its the cough syrup that messes you up. In which travon did not have!

    • R.D. Walker says:

      We had pancakes for supper last week. My wife had mix and oil and milk but she didn’t have eggs. She sent me to the store. On the way home, all I had was eggs but, by golly, we still had pancakes for supper.

      See?

      • Terry Riegel says:

        Funny I went to the store to get eggs to but we didn’t have pancakes. See?

        • R.D. Walker says:

          Yep. It could go either way. Maybe he was making Lean, maybe he wasn’t. I suspect he was.

        • Gwyn says:

          yes, but if you went to the store every week to buy eggs to make pancakes every week, reasonable to think that if I saw you with eggs, you’re off to make pancakes.

          TM phone records, facebook, etc was not allowed to be shown in court because he regularly posted to his friends about drinking lean made with *not a very surprised gasp* Arizona tea and skittles. There were even posts about him trying to get codeine from his friends too.

          so sure… he might of just been going out for tea and skittles… late at night… in the pouring rain… and worried about being followed… not calling the police for help… his girl pal not calling the police for help…

        • Brian says:

          But did you write on your Facebook that you were going to make pancakes? See!

      • Romy79 says:

        I LOVE the way you put this! Made me laugh and is very clever!

      • Romy79 says:

        Love it! Very well put!

    • Joann says:

      Where was he headed after purchasing his skittles and iced tea I’m sure it would have been a little funny if he was to purchase the cough syrup, he might have already had some, no one knows that at this point the only thing is a life is lost and no ones has all the answers but everyone wants to make an example out of a disaster instead of leaving a boy rest in peace. More deaths to have more families suffer.

      • americanvoter says:

        What? what? what? There can be no peach when ‘infamous’ people put in their 2 cents worth to start unrest between the races. Your answer makes no sense!

    • CRyan says:

      Moron, the cough syrup was already at the house to which he was going. Little thug should have just kept walking. Just …kept …walking.

      • Jim_C says:

        He was trying to do just that.

        Didn’t work out so well for him.

        Some thug started following him. He got scared.

        And dumbasses celebrated.

    • moikk says:

      Did his fathers gf have cough syrup in the house ?

      probably

  18. mark says:

    Trayvon’s autopsy showed liver damage due to dxm.

    • Janis says:

      Don’t waste your time posting for these idiots…They wouldn’t believe the TRUTH if you smacked ‘em in the head with it. They are Bigots and their racially distorted minds are made up.

    • gary lantrip says:

      Did not. Read it. I did.

  19. Annie says:

    Why didn’t this come up at trial? I would think that someone there would have know about this drug use, if folks use it to just on their porch.

    • tshark says:

      The issue with this trial is that by law in Florida he had every right to defend himself, rhe stand your ground law should be on trial.

      • notamobster says:

        That’s the dumbest thing I’ve read all day. Everyone who reads it will be dumber for doing so.

        So, you’re honestly saying that a human being should have no right to defend himself? Please, tell me you’re not really that f-king stupid.

        • Ramona Salden says:

          notamobster—GZ was the creep following a kid on a rainy night–the kid owed GZ no answers/explanations of any kind (GZ is not a real “neighborhood watch member”). But cause GZ had a gun–he played a vigilante bully and took a boy’s life.

          • R.D. Walker says:

            I suppose Trayvon learned an important lesson as his life bled away: Don’t start beating up an armed man.

          • Pookie says:

            So Ramona, if you saw a 6 ft 1 hooded man standing in the middle of your neighbors yard on a dark and rainy night looking at his living room window you wouldn’t do anything cause you don’t see anything wrong with that. Knowing that there were 8 family homes broken into and robbed over the last year in that gated community doesn’t make you care about your neighborhood and your friends? Would have been 9 but George caught them in the act. You wouldn’t know George cause when unknown people are in your GATED community walking around at night behaving suspiciously, dressed like a burglar and they take off running when they realize you are on your cell phone makes George and other concerned neighbors to keep an eye on this unknown person, who may or may not be armed, who may be wanted or not. No one takes off running just cause they see a guy in a car talking on a cellphone in a gated community cause since TM didn’t live there, he had no idea of what and how the people in that GATED community behaved like. GZ could have been looking for his dog, he could have been trying to find the house his kid was visiting, maybe that was the best place to pick up free WiFi. TM didn’t live there, so guess what? You should expect the locals to be suspicious of you and ask what’s going on… Trayvon Martin was the creep roaming around that night behaving like a criminal or another way we could refer to TM that night was he seemed to be stalking GZ right after his girlfriend suggests he could be a kid rapist he walked slower in front of GZ and even circled the car and walked up to look in the car as if TM might be looking for a date but then he took off running I’m suspecting he ran cause he suspected GZ was on the phone with the police or I guess TM could of ran cause he is a homophobic racist. (yes, blacks are racist against other cultures)

            Hey Ramona, you should get a job in law enforcement, You seem to be the only one who wasn’t there who knew his name was Trayvon Martin, he was 17, he was unarmed and that TM wasn’t going to kill GZ. I wasn’t there myself but if TM ran off after seeing me talking on my cell phone I would think he was trying to get away before the police showed up and knowing my housing community had several seniors living alone I would have been concerned for their safety when the racist homophobic ran off to hide

      • RJ says:

        “the stand your ground law should be on trial”

        The stand your ground law is simple, and right.

        Basically is says if you are in a place where you have a lawful right to be and are attacked with unlawful force you have no duty to run prior to using counter force.

        Prior to the enactment of these type of laws there was a statutory requirement to frigging run prior to protecting yourself from unlawful force.

        No trial needed.

        • R.D. Walker says:

          Regardless of stand your ground laws, my advice is that if you are in a public setting and can safely retreat from a threat, for the love of God, safely retreat. You don’t want to be the next George Zimmerman.

          • RJ says:

            Absolutely retreat if at all possible, better yet dont look for problems, use operational and situational awarness to avoid problems at all cost.
            The main problem was prior to these laws persons who were getting robbed at gunpoint and pulled and won the gunfight were then facing prosecution because they didn’t run as required by statute. The requirement to run was used against them.
            If you run because of the statutory requirement you could still be shot in the back with no hope of fighting back or defending yourself.
            Thus my earlier statement that stand you ground laws are right and just.

      • R.D. Walker says:

        It had nothing to do with stand-your-ground. Nothing Zimmerman did required that law be in effect. Zimmerman wasn’t required to retreat nor would he be required to retreat in states like Iowa that do not have stand-your-ground laws. The law wasn’t invoked. Zimmerman waived his right to a stand-your-ground hearing. The defense didn’t invoke the law. The stand-your-ground law didn’t enter into the case at all.

        It was mentioned in the jury instructions in one sentence in many pages of instructions. Every type of homicide and every remotely relevant law was mentioned. All the jury instructions said is that GZ had no duty to retreat. It didn’t say anything about guilt or innocence.

        You can keep saying that this is about stand-your-ground but the entire case would have been identical in every way had there been no stand-your-ground law in Florida.

      • Terry says:

        Stand your ground was not the defense, IT WAS NOT USED!!!!!!! The left would have you believe that stand your ground is the problem, the news media , and the NAACP, The DOJ, and Al Sharpton, the REV,where does he preach Jackson is the problem. Self defense is a basic human right, and not a problem. I guess you let the person trying to kill you, kill you, then standing your ground, or self defense want be a problem for the race baiters, and the folks against concealed carry. Maybe you should listen to some real news instead of the lame stream media……

        • RJ says:

          Terry, I dont believe anyone here said stand your ground was used, I know I didn’t.

          I’m not sure who you are telling they should be listening to real news instead of lamestream media, once again I’m pretty sure no one here does so.

        • americanvoter says:

          You’re right; if the ‘stand your ground’ had been used, I understand Zimmerman would not have been charged.

        • Janis says:

          Well said.

        • gary says:

          Terry, most people have no clue about what you are trying to tell them. They don’t get that this information and much more was known but not let admissible by the judge in the case. It is always easy for people to play the victim game. I actually read an article where the mother of a son killed in a home invasion (he was the invader) felt the homeowner was guilty for not talking with the home invader. People are just brainwashed into stupidity these days.

      • americanvoter says:

        Do you happen to live in the dangerous state of Florida where every kind of animal(whoops, )Person come to find paradise? It’s pretty dangerous down here now. I’m sure Chicago and D.C. are the same. Don’t defend yourself???? You’re bleeping crazy!!!

      • Hitmanfan says:

        Stand your ground had nothing to do with this case. It wasn’t used as a defense in the trail. You should talk less and read more.

      • gary lantrip says:

        THIS WAS NEVER A STAND YOUR GROUND CASE. IT WAS SELF-DEFENSE!

        • Ramona Salden says:

          It was murder! GZ was TOLD NOT TO FOLLOW that boy! From there on in, it is his MESS! It’s not about stand your ground, its about idiots who only feel like a “real man/woman” when they carry a gun. Defense my ass…if I see a side arm and no badge, you bet your sweet “gun” that I will announce it to every person within range, that there’s Gun in the room/store/church/bar—-I have a right to know who is packing heat in the room I occupy–because you are not known to me and I WILL NOT assume you are safe and sane!

          • R.D. Walker says:

            “It was murder! GZ was TOLD NOT TO FOLLOW that boy!”

            Nah, she said, “you don’t have to do that” when he said he was going to follow him. She had no authority to issue lawful orders anyway.

            “I have a right to know who is packing heat in the room I occupy”

            No you don’t.

          • Pookie says:

            Actually Ramona, you could be arrested for screaming in a public place someone has a gun cause what your implying is they have it out and want to kill people. Truth be told, guns wouldn’t be needed if people like you and Trayvon weren’t around, several times you’ve referenced your willingness to be violent and assault others just cause you think they are following you and that you would also point out my gun I carry. Well, I’m not concerned

    • americanvoter says:

      Do you remember what the prosecuting attorneys hide from the public ? THEY KNEW TM’ S BACKGROUND!

      • Ramona Salden says:

        No, they hid because they are lowlife scum who didn’t do their job, they are in Florida and can always get away with this garbage! Only corporations and guns have right in Florida!

    • Geff says:

      I have sat through two murder trials. I have seen “case closed” direct (as opposed to circumstantial) evidence disallowed for the most oblique reasons.
      My observation of the court drama that plays out in such cases has led me to conclude three things: 1. The prosecution wants to present evidence to bring a criminal to justice. 2: The defense doesn’t care a hoot about the truth, their only objective is to exonerate their client. 3. The judge has one priority, which is to conduct a trial that is appeal proof.
      The judge, in his/her effort to protect their trial, will disallow the most condemning evidence if they think that it could in anyway lead to an appeal.
      That said, many good attorneys defend truly innocent people. After the sentencing of murderer in the trial I sat through, several jurors came to me and expressed outrage at discovering, post trial, about the direct evidence that had been withheld by the judge. The deliberations were challenging, and w/o the evidence which was excluded, they may very well have acquitted a murderer.

      • Hitmanfan says:

        What evidence? What do you think would have turned this verdict the other way? The prosecutors didn’t even bring this case before a grand jury to determine if charges should be filed because they knew that they did not have any evidence that a crime had been committed.

    • BeResponsible says:

      The prosecution withheld evidence from the defense–texts, pictures. It is possible that the defense argued to put the 2/3 ingredients of lean in but judge probably wouldn’t allow it. Trayvon wasn’t on trial. She wouldn’t let anything that reflected poorly on the “victim” into the trial, even if it goes to insight of the person who attacked zimmerman. Or it is possible that the defense was clueless as to the implication of these 2 ingredients. No, you cannot buy cough med with codeine OTC but you never know what was at the house. It is interesting that we have never heard from the dad’s girlfriend.

    • bud says:

      The Judge supressed the text messages and the FB page.

    • jack says:

      They didn’t bring it up in the trial because Florida’s State Attorney Angela Corey covered it up and has now been indicted by a citizens grand jury for withholding evidence and falsifying an arrest warrant.

    • Gwyn says:

      because the court rules his texts, facebook, etc was inadmissiable, so the defense couldn’t bring it up.

  20. Eric M says:

    It doesn’t specifically say due to DXM. Regarding the liver, Treyvon Martin’s autopsy reported, “The liver weighs 1110 grams and presents a brown, smooth, glistening surface. Focal patchy yellow discoloration, due to mild fatty metamorphosis, is present. On sectioning, the hepatic parenchyma is yellow-brown, homogeneous and congested.” There was “No diagnostic abnormality” noted in the microscopic examination of the liver. I have a copy of the autopsy report. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the toxicology report? I have heard it showed marijuana but I haven’t seen the report myself to confirm.

  21. notamobster says:

    It does show trace amounts of THC, consistent with having smoked days before. There were no more abnormalities, but the general tox screen searches for known poisons, drugs, and anything in articular that may be a suspected C.O.D.

    The toxicology report was conducted by a private firm and may not be public record, I’m not sure, but I conducted a brief search for it myself, when I was writing my essay last night.

  22. Newt says:

    Listen: I’m a bio major that minored in biochemistry…and whatever drug or intoxicant you think you can make with Skittles, let me assure you; you’re wrong. You could maybe, and I do mean maybe, make alcohol with it if you had a still, months, and were willing to spend many times what beer costs. That’s it.

    All this really is, is a pretty transparent attempt to “prove” that blacks are “pretty much always doing something illegal , no matter how innocuous what they’re doing looks like. It’s basically drawing a line “Skittles=criminal=ok to put to death.”

    Stick to the self defense angle. Even as shaky as that is, it’s better than all this character assassination attempts that conveniently ignore the fact that Zimmerman had a longer rap-sheet than Martin. By the way, where *are* Zimmerman’s toxicology reports?

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Soda pop + Skittles + Robitussin. That makes Purple Drank and it is an intoxicant. Was that what Saint Trayvon was up to? No way to know. Just speculation.

      http://www.examiner.com/article/trayvon-s-skittles-arizona-tea-and-something-called-purple-drank

    • notamobster says:

      Newt:

      Listen: You should spend some of your college money learning how to read. I’m just saying. I will give you a heckuva deal:

      I will teach you how to read, how to construct an intelligent opinion, and how best to present said opinion to others. I will only charge you half of what Jalil’s Homestudy School of Bio-Chem is charging you. I’ll even give extra credit. I can kick you in the nuts. There’s no practical purpose for the nut-kicking, but it’ll be fun and just as useful as the education you seem to be getting.

    • Tyrone_X says:

      Newt: it is traditional to perform an autopsy on a corpse, not a live person. George Zimmerman was not subjected to autopsy.

    • Adam says:

      Skittles.. Or Jolly Ranchers are only used for flavor you dolt.

  23. TN-Cat says:

    I’m not a bio major but I did stay in a Holiday Inn express a few years ago. The skittles are for flavor and added sugar which accelerates the bodies metabolic process. Combined with the caffeine and sugar from the ice tea and the thugs over the counter drug of choice makes a kick your ass cocktail.

    Next degree, go to class asshole.

  24. Carol says:

    I have never lost a child so I can’t even imagine what it would be like to encounter this experience. I know that if my child was killed I would do everything in my power to find out exactly what happened and hope that justice would be served. However; If I found out my child was straddling someone, banging thier head against the concrete not to mention breaking thier nose, I would never think for a minute that the victim did not have a right to defend themself. This was a simple matter of self defense and we all have a right to defend ourselves. I just wish that Zimmerman did not follow Trayvon Martin however I am aware that he felt that it was his duty to protect the neighborhood since there was an outbreak of robberies. I could be wrong but I don’t think Zimmermon would be able to keep up with Trayvon should Trayvon Martin run instead of attack. It’s always easier to say what should have been done when your not the one in the situation. Unless there is evidence that has not been presented, Zimmermon in my opinion is not guilty. I know this article was about DXM, however since people are discussing Trayvon Martin and Zimmerman, I decided to state what is so obvious to me.

    • Capt America says:

      Zimmerman did not follow Trayvon and had every right to be where ever he wanted to be in or out of his car as Trayvon.The problem started when Trayvon assaulted Zimmerman and knocked him to the ground for no reason and pummelled his head into the concrete sidewalk (as evident by his injuries).
      I wonder if any of us would have screamed for help for nearly a half a minute before pulling our weapon and using it on this thug.

      • R.D. Walker says:

        “I wonder if any of us would have screamed for help for nearly a half a minute before pulling our weapon and using it on this thug.”

        Frankly, I don’t think I would have screamed or shot him. I like to think I would have stomped the 158 lb, 17 year old punk into a greasy stain on the pavement. At the very least, I don’t think I would let him ride me cowboy style like fat boy did.

        • Havoc says:

          TM may not have been big, but he was trained in Mixed Martial Arts and fought regularly. You probably wouldn’t have stomped him as easily as you claim you would….

          • TN-Cat says:

            You might want to do a little research on RD. He may be an old fart like me but there is a thing called man muscle. Only developed by many years of experience and abuse.

        • Nate Chinander says:

          You sure sound like a bigot and just as bad as Trayvon; attacking someone innocent for no reason other than their skin color, or presumed sexual orientation or poor choice of physical location at any given time. wise up a little and be more tolerant of people that dont look exactly like you. Assuming you made a bad choice of wording and intended to say “if Trayvon or anyone who randomly attacked me would be would be subject to my physical attacks but I would not have shot them with a gun,” is a completely different story; that is self defense and justified.

          • Uke says:

            Please do point out exactly what RD said that indicates intolerance of anything other than “people seeking to do him bodily harm.”

            I’ll wait.

            • notamobster says:

              Havoc – I’m reasonably certain that RD would have stomped a mudhole into twig boy and walked it dry.

              Nate – To whom were you responding?

  25. THEHrdWorker63 says:

    thats funny

  26. R says:

    Did you hear Skittles was pulling their product from the market?
    Turns out they might cause lead poisoning.

  27. BEN says:

    Maybe you should have gone to some kind of class. The Skittles have nothing to do with drank. Read the article. I know that may be difficult for you, but read it. No mention of Skittles. Just a picture to rile up people like you. People are just stretching to connect dots to damage this poor child’s image. He was a young black kid. You know what young black kids eat? Skittles and other fruity candy. You know what they drink? Arizona Iced Tea among other fruity drinks. Yes, the Watermelon Arizona drink could go into drank, but I have Robitussin in my cabinet…does that mean I’m making drank?

    • Capt America says:

      Purple Lean, or Lean, is an intoxicating beverage also known by the names lean, sizzurp, and liquid codeine. It is commonly abused by southern rappers and wannabe suburban teenagers. It is a mixture of Promethazine/Codeine cough syrup and sprite, or other beverage [such as Arizona Watermelon] with a few jolly ranchers and/or skittles thrown in.

    • Tyrone_X says:

      I have heard young Negroes also enjoy salty and fried foods. However, these are not mixed with cough syrup to create an intoxicating meal.

  28. D says:

    Just like FOX news (which I bet all you watch), half truths and altered information IS NOT THE TRUTH!!!!! Learn the whole truth for once.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_drank

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Looks to me like your link pretty much confirms everything that has been posted here. Sweet drink + candy + cough syrup = Purple Drank. Thanks for the confirmation.

    • Tyrone_X says:

      link confirms recipe for purple drank and lean

  29. Vietnamvet2 says:

    Hey, we had script grade stuff in the 60’s. That’s what killed all the rock stars. More important than that is that they were just the top of the pyramid. I lost many freinds to drugs. Let them niggas do what they want. It’s a family tradition.

  30. Zoomzoom says:

    There are many videos that show how to make LEAN on youtube…the product has been hyped by quite alot of rappers this is from wikipedia New Orleans rapper Lil’ Wayne has publicly acknowledged his use of purple drank, and his lyrics frequently mentions drinking purple drank.[9] In the Duffle Bag Boy music video he can be seen holding a Styrofoam cup with “RIP DJ Screw” written on it. In his freestyle to “Throw Some D’s” on his mixtape Da Drought 3 he claims “I’m not a rookie, I’m a pro..methazine fiend” as well as stating “You know what’s in my Styrofoam…what? S-Y-R-UP.” He also mentions the substance in the track “Barry Bonds” from Kanye West’s Graduation album, saying “My drink is still pinker than the Easter Rabbit,” an overt reference to the color of the beverage. Wayne makes a similar reference in DJ Khaled’s song “We Takin’ Over.”[9] On March 15, 2013, it was reported that Wayne had been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after being discovered “shaking uncontrollably” and “unconscious”. Doctors found a high amount of codeine in his system and his stomach had to be pumped three times. He was said to be in critical condition.

  31. Scattered Pearls says:

    Lean is made of Sprite, Cough Syrup and Jolly Ranchers. The notion that Trayvon, when buying Arizona and Skittles, was trying to make some new kind of lean is extremely speculative, and insanely disrespectful. Where do you go off making assumptions like that?
    His toxicology report showed no signs of codiene, and no real abnormalities that can be tied to consuming lean. Any connection once again is very speculative, and only exists for those who are desperate to connect the dots. Once again, why are you making these assumptions? Because you need him to be a thug, its the only way you can make sense of this case. Just as liberals need Zimmerman to be a racist, regardless of whether the evidence bears this out. The fact that Zimmerman chose to follow Trayvon does seem to imply an element of discrimination, as the kid was not doing anything suspicious other than being black, but whether Zimmerman shot him out of racial spite or because he felt genuinely threatened by Trayvon is something we will never know. Both sides need to stop demonizing the parties involved, let’s agree that Zimmerman shouldn’t have singled out Trayvon and followed him, and that Trayvon, regardless of whatever character flaws he may or may not have had, did not deserve to die. However, no evidence shows Zimmerman to have killed out of anything but self defense, so lets leave it at that.

  32. hogan says:

    travonn wanted to b hard and gangsta……now hes stiff and gangsta dead. boo hoo

  33. michael fowble says:

    Hey, I tried some of this stuff called lean or drank and my penis doubled in size .

  34. Bates says:

    Isn’t assuming that every black kid that buys a watermelon fruit drink is actually buying the ingredients for drugs as ridicules as assuming that white guy buying corn on the cob at the grocery store must be buying the ingredients to moonshine? This is just shameful. A grown man chased a kid down a dark and isolated sidewalk but people are condemning the kid who died believing that he was being pursued by a child rapist.

    • Pappy says:

      Bates, I agree that assuming the ingredients were for getting high is questionable but you are believing the story that the media put out there.

      To me the contents of his pockets mean nothing. The fact that TM did drugs doesn’t affect my opinion on what happen that night.

      I did some research before I made any decisions about the situation. TM was not the sweet innocent 13 yr old child shown in the pictures when this story first made headlines. All of the pictures were also retouched before being put out there for people to see. He was a tall lanky 17 yr old. He weighed 158 lbs and was over 6 ft tall. The vid cap from the convenient store shows him much taller than the clerk. GZ is 5’8″ and at the time of the incident only weighed 170 lbs. He was not chasing TM, he was following at a distance. GZ broke no laws in anything he did leading up to the incident. In his mind he was simply trying to keep his neighborhood safe. GZ did not simply pull his gun and shoot TM. TM confronted GZ and then attack him. TM knocked GZ to the ground and was assaulting him when the gun came into play. It was still holstered. TM was trying to get the gun. During the scuffle for the gun was when TM was shot. Would we have even heard of them if TM had gotten the gun and shot GZ?

      Do some research. If all of these things are true, then GZ should have never been arrested per Florida law.

      • jack says:

        You can thank State Attorney Angela Corey for his arrest and now she will be facing a grand jury herself.

      • Ed says:

        TM was 5’11. Zimmerman and his wife lied to the judge about his finances to obtain bond. He lied about and hid his second passport from the judge. He lied about knowing there was a stand your ground law. He took MMA classes 3times a week for a year. Even though his skill level was low, his instructor said the covered stand your ground law in class extensively, the class he got an A in. The initial cop, officer Serino wanted to arrest him first for manslaughter because he did feel like he was following him and that his injuries were exxagerrated. Medical examiner said injuries were insignificant. Neighborhood watch experts said he wasn’t in a registers watch and that Z would have been asked to be re-trained, seek counseling, or kicked out after making so many calls to police in recent months that lead to nothing. TM was not a saint but even straight A high schoolers students dabble in mischief. Zimmerman had been fired from jobs for being too aggressive and snapping out of nowhere, Jekyll and Hyde, as well as a violent rap sheet. He targeted and bullied a co-worker for being middle-eastern. If he isn’t a borderline sociopath. He shows no empathy or remorse. He says it was God’s plan. I wonder why God couldn’t have sent a cop to arrest thug TM or a third objective witness a little earlier in the altercation. And I wonder why he Z wasn’t tested for alcohol or drugs when his speech was slurred on the recording.

        • R.D. Walker says:

          So? None of that changes a thing regarding the events of the night TM was shot. Even if GZ was generally a pig and TM was a saint, if TM slugged GZ and beat him on the ground, GZ was justified in shooting him.

          • notamobster says:

            Yep.

            • notamobster says:

              Even a dirt bag, Obama-voting democrat is allowed to defend himself when his head is pounded into the concrete.

          • Scattered Pearls says:

            So all fights should be resolved with guns now. Would you pull out a gun at a bar fight just because you’re losing. How about a kid who is being picked on in school shooting his bully in cold blood. I think your taking the right to self defense a little too far.

            • Uke says:

              Are you honestly equating “being picked on” to “getting your skull pounded into the pavement”?

              Really??

              I’ll let you in on a little secret: Trayvon wasn’t yelling at George and calling him a poopoo head.

        • Nate Chinander says:

          The problem with the police is that they may be a mile away when you call and the suspicious person has time to get away before the police get there. If someone attacks you, there may not be time to intervene without someone dying. In my neighborhood, the police were called when someone suspicious was standing right next to someones house and it turned out to be the homeowners brother. No harm was done but, feel free to call the police or step in yourself and the brother will introduce himself or the criminal will run away or attack you.

      • gary lantrip says:

        Good call, Pappy.

  35. jamison says:

    OJ is not guilty, and if he was there would have been riots.Basically if you want to get people off thier a@@ that normally would not move unless thuer was free money or well anything free, You have a outcome like this.If Trevon was white none of these people would care.Thank God you can still defend yourself in America, and have a fair trial. Lets only show the cute smiling pictures of trevon.Not the ones where he is flipping off the cameras, or high on drugs.

  36. Mel says:

    It’s not an ‘assumption’ about TM and the ‘lean’, if you idiots who are claiming that would research you would’ve seen screw shots of his actual Facebook message to his friend who was telling him how to make it bc TM couldn’t find any coedine. And wouldn’t you know, he told him to make it with ARIZONA WATERMELON ICED TEA AND SKITTLES. What a goddamn coincidence right??? I don’t think so. Get your heads out of your asses and take the FACTS for what they are.

    • de mon me son says:

      who frikkin cares what he drank LEGALLY?…alchohol is far worse…yet that is plenty of rednecks reason for accidently shooting someone…please get YOUR head out of your ass!!…a grown man with a violent history killed an unarmed kid!!!..

      • Uke says:

        Doesn’t matter if he legally in the right or not to get drunk with a unique concoction. What matters is that he was quite possibly high as a kite, and like most people who are, may be acting very unusually.

        Kinda throws a monkey wrench into the racism theory, huh?

  37. Mel says:

    Screen* shots

  38. MR says:

    Don’t forget how he also trained and competed in MMA

  39. Truthwillout says:

    So for all these people saying you can’t make the “drank”. There happend to be a “sizzurp” get together in his honor in my city. A girl I am an acquatinced with was telling me about it. She said no it doesn’t have to be sprite it can be whatever the *(&* you want as long as you have syrup. This kid’s own mother sent him to live with his father bc “she couldn’t do anything with him”. The media really screwed this one up. Zimmerman was just making sure the neighborhood was safe. My husband does the same thing in ours, and if someone jumps out and attacks him, use whatever force is needed for his safety. Face it media, this kid wasn’t an innocent angel, two middle fingers put up is my first red flag. What about the baby who was shot in in GA by a black guy? Where’s the outrage for this truly completely innocent child? There’s not bc the child was light (white) skinned. Shame on Obama for fueling this fire. But that’s what he’s done all alond right, seperated everything about our country.

    • de mon me son says:

      one comment….Zimmerman stalked and killed a kid armed with tea and candy….hes the new OJ…lets see when his karma kicks in and he lands his violent ignorant ass back in jail…im guessing less than 2 years…he was not trying to keep his area safe…he has a violent past and conflicts with police….hmmm…wonder how soon before hes a fox news “expert”?

      • de mon me son says:

        and really truthwillout?…Obama is separating this country???…that’s just crap, easy excuse, blame one guy for the division of this country…the crazy ass gun nuts and tea baggers are the problem…not even trying to be part of the solution

  40. jacksonsdad says:

    Just imagine the chilling effect this will have on neighborhood watch men and women. No doubt thieving thugs of all stripes will be emboldened and anyone who dares ask them a question (or perhaps even “give them a second look”) will be fair game for a justified beatdown.

    “See Something, Say Something” just got a broken nose and we’re all gonna feel it in the long run.

    • Locke n Load says:

      at least in neighborhoods with feral packs, yes.
      this whole thing is just inexcusable. I’d say sue Sharpton et al but even if a victim of a Bash mob won, Sharpton wouldn’t pay him. He’d claim poverty, still does to the IRS. Technically, the jerk doesn’t report income except to his ‘foundation’. That way he doesn’t have to pay the settlement he owes the cops up in NY from the Tawanna incident.

      • notamobster says:

        My grandmother had a settlement award for medical malpractice. The doctor put all of his money in a blind trust (so she & the others couldn’t get it) and absconded to Brazil (non-extradition).

        She ended up dying from the skin cancer her left behind, but only after twenty years without a nose and 5 years without a bottom jaw.

    • Truthwillout says:

      Exactly, how much should you take in a beating before you pull your weapon? Should i say something to a guy creeping around my house cutting thru my yard? I had two dark men break in on my friend and I 10 yrs ago. They tied her up and took money and jewelry. I wasn’t there but they crawled in thru my window. If someone had seen them and chased them off maybe it wouldn’t have happend. If you’re looking for a fight, you better be ready for any outcome. For all Z knew TM could’ve had a gun too! Which is what TM implied, its just that Z got to his first. Be strong neighborhood watchers!

      • de mon me son says:

        what beating?..have you read the reports and SEEN this fools face?…sorry…if his head was pounded on a sidewalk like he claimed…he be a bit worse off than a scratch on the forehead…oh…and lets dismiss the examiner that testified there was no way his head was pounded on concrete, the minimal wounds done to GZ aren’t consistent with a skull contacting concrete with any force….

        • de mon me son says:

          more like….self inflicted?…

          • Uke says:

            LOL!

            Cops showed up to the scene less than a minute after the altercation occurred. If you think for a minute that GZ self-inflicted a broken nose and a bashed up back of his head, I’ve got a bridge to sell you…

    • de mon me son says:

      what crap…I have been conversing with neighborhood watch folks across the country…they are disgusted with this whole thing and are PISSED that this moron was even allowed to be on watch with his criminal record

      • Uke says:

        It’s a volunteer position, not the goddamned Secret Service, you arrogant prick.

        He legally purchased and owned a handgun, which means he passed a background check to get it. Stop trying to make him sound like a violent felon with a penchant for serial killing.

  41. Johnson says:

    So we’ve officially established in this country that if you don’t like someone, for whatever reason, just stalk and provoke them until they punch you (out of their own self defense) and then shoot them. Good to know.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      We have established nothing of the sort. To quote Trayvon’s girlfriend: That’s real retarded, sir.

      • de mon me son says:

        we absolutely have established that…stalk and provoke and your justified…Zimmerman was NOT defending his home….he disobeyed an order from the police dispatcher…has a history of violent arrests….yup…we certaimly have established this

        • de mon me son says:

          typo correct…certainly

        • Uke says:

          Provoke? Where was the provocation?

          Did GZ brandish his weapon at TM? Did he threaten TM in any way? Did he even so much as utter nasty language at TM?

          If we are to believe that TM was in the right in physically attacking GZ, then we are descending into the Planet of the Apes, where every little personal offense you take may be responded to with violence. I call bullshit. TM wasn’t provoked. He was simply a hair trigger druggie teen with a chip on his shoulder and a violent streak a mile long.

          he disobeyed an order from the police dispatcher…

          Impossible. 911 dispatchers are not authorized to issue orders; they are not the police. Secondly, when the dispatcher told GZ, “we don’t need you to [follow the suspect],” GZ did cease his following. It was after this point that TM looped back around to confront and attack GZ for “being offended.” Or something.

          Remember, via testimony of TM’s girlfriend, we know that TM made it to his father’s yard, which means he HAD to loop back around to actually pursue GZ.

          So who was the predator that night in reality, hm?

  42. AL says:

    Heres some good facts!!!

  43. Danny orona says:

    I don’t know what happen cause i wasn’t there the only ones who knows are g.z and t.m but as far as crab they say he was making im worried now i think they should police what comes on the net better, i have a 15 yr old son at home and that’s what’s worries me.

  44. Bman says:

    Back in my days of hockey, there was a growing problem near Kamloops, B.C, where the native population found that buying Lysol and consuming it would give them a high, or drunk. The problem got so bad, that local grocery store limited the purchase of Lysol household cleaners. The vast majority of the purchasers happened to be, natives, (Native Canadians). One may assume, that seeing a native walking around with 3 cans of Lysol is either 1)very clean or 2) wanting to drink it.

    Trayvon walking with skittles and the ice tea drink, 2 important parts for the ingredients for a certain “drank” would assume that he may have 1) just really was craving skittles and had a hankerin for ice tea or 2) he needed the ingredients for his sizzurp.

    If I saw a white guy buying lutefisk and lefssa around the holidays, I would assume that he must be 1) Scandinavian or 2) just likes really shitty food.

    The point is, who the hell gives a frogs fat ass.

  45. JArone says:

    Cracker ass Crackers spinning their wheels…….you should of stood up for the white race way earlier and way harder haha now we the blacks takin ova haaaa

  46. Chris says:

    Epic Fail Revo! This is not lean please get your facts right.

  47. Jim22 says:

    Sometimes I seem to start things and not know it.

    190 comments so far.

    Not a lot of edification in most of these comments. Mostly just yelling.

  48. 1stCav says:

    Lmfao I just read every comment. This article is hilarious…just wanted to share my thought.

  49. de mon me son says:

    I am disgusted by the people…and I use that term loosely, that defend an armed adult who killed a kid…an UNARMED kid…sorry folks…as a responsible adult with a deadly weapon, (do some Googling of ole George, violent confrontations with police,probablyy because he failed out of the academey…why?…violent tendancies) and a watch member he should have stood down and stayed in his car as the police dispatcher TOLD him to do….I know the crap argument,,,,the cops don’t do their job so someone has to….I doubt a cop would have been threatened by a kid with candy and tea…and screw these stupid “drank” and whatever statements…can anyone on here honestly say they haven’t gotten drunk?…every ingredient in this crap is LEGAL!!…alchohol is legal….this kid DID NOT HAVE ANYTHING IN HIS SYSTEM…..Zimmerman was NOT slammed to the concrete…the forensic guy, who was fired for not shutting up proved that in his DETAILED report….gun nuts and stand your ground lovers….don’t let pesky facts get in your way…watch fox news and feel comforted that there way too many other idiots like you out there….

    • Uke says:

      I am disgusted by the people…and I use that term loosely, that defend an armed adult who killed a kid…an UNARMED kid…

      Kid? He may have been a minor in the legal sense, but his stature and physique is not done justice by calling him a “kid.” He was a well-built, athletic young man.

      Some of humanity’s most brutal warriors and thugs have been those at or under the age of 18. Physique aside, Trayvon was a notorious street fighter, as per his own Facebook postings.

      Background aside, in that specific altercation with GZ, Trayvon was on top of GM in a full mount position, smashing GZ with both hands and the concrete under GZ’s head (your claim that GZ’s head wasn’t on the concrete is bullshit, disproved by eyewitness testimony… but it doesn’t even matter; would Trayvon’s assault be more permissible on soft dirt?). That is a position in which it is very easy to kill a man.

      Trayvon unarmed? Only in the most technical sense. Trayvon had the capability and intent to kill GZ, and was carrying those to their logical conclusion, until GZ justifiably shot Trayvon, ending that severe threat to his own life.

      Nothing else matters from that night. The drank, the lean, the neighborhood, the rain, the 911 call, the suspicious behavior of Trayvon, the alleged culture of racism of the white community (which also applies to “white hispanics” as well, I guess)…

      All that matters is that Trayvon sucker punched GZ, mounted him, and was going to kill him… until GZ justifiably defended his life by shooting Trayvon. That’s it. End of story.

      • Tyler says:

        I would bet my life on you allowing me to mount you in the guard position and slam your repeatedly into the concrete all while pummeling you with blows…..if you can get to your during this, you can shoot me!!!!

        • notamobster says:

          It takes less than a single second to draw and discharge 2 rounds within arm’s reach. If you see your life ending, finding that sidearm, while harder, is certainly not impossible.

          I would also take that foils bet, Tyler, but on the other side. My Ukrainian friend (above) has some bona fides in the area of mixed martial arts.

  50. notamobster says:

    GZ…

  51. Jim22 says:

    Zimmerman’s injuries:

    george-zimmerman injuries

    • jacksonsdad says:

      but but but…. those were ‘self-inflicted’ lmfao!

      It takes different strokes to move the world, no doubt, but it sure makes me feel better knowing Revoistas are awake and on point. A special Gold Star for Uke for his recent engagement.

      btw… TM’s mom couldn’t handle him so she sent him packing. Isn’t that convenient? So at that point he became “someone elses problem” … aka “I’m gonna unleash my pit bull (with an attitude) and y’all deal with him”. Well guess what…

  52. Deemsters 420 says:

    First this isn’t lean or drank you don’t make it with skittles or with ice tea nor with cheap cough syrup. Learn your facts lean is promethazine or tussionex aka hydrocodone n its mix mixed in a cut with jolly ranchers n vodka this is so teenagers way to get fucked up like triple C’s I’m embarrassed true lean n drank isn’t this bs shit get your facts right

  53. TPT says:

    First of all none of knows what TM planned to do with the Arizona iced tea and skittles that night. Second his school records have nothing to do with what happened that night. If people who know me now looked at my school records they would be shocked. Third did anyone stop and think maybe just maybe he got lost or confused for a second and that is why he didn’t go directly back to his dad’s girlfriend house. Fourth if a stranger is following me and them starts questioning me I’m not gonna answer them either.

  54. reboot says:

    Wow.
    An entire gaggle of retards. That’s special. Maybe we should monumentize it.
    Or, up your EBT card?

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