Apparently there’s a “new craze” sweeping the US teenage population that allows them to replace the high one would normally get from real world narcotics with a “digital high” or binaural brainwave dose from digital music track that modifies your brain waves.
No, this is not some horrible sci-fi movie or a satirical play on drugs in schools, a-la family guy. Even worse, this is real life. And…it’s spreading! Yesterday, UK’s daily mail reported that “given how easily available the videos are, it is just a matter of time before it catches on in Britain.”
Traffic (UVs) to I-Dose.com is increasing at a steady pace and page views have sky-rocketed over the past few months. Of course, after seeing these numbers I immediately jumped on the bandwagon and went to I-Doser.com to get my fix. To my surprise I quickly realized that people are paying for this stuff. The folks at I-Doser are also wearing their customer service hats. You can get your fix any way you want – on your iPhone, via Paypal, Skype, 1-800 number, or email. With doses starting at around $12, anyone can get high. For non-believers, like me, you can even try it for free.
Does I-Dose actually work? I wouldn’t know. The sample player clearly states that
“This is for demonstration only and it does not contain the full program necessary to enter state. Please purchase the I-Doser Simulation CDs or MP3s to experience the full effect.”
If anyone’s tried it, let me know how it worked out.
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