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Jun 29, 2015

Anjelica Hadsell's cause of death has finally been revealed after many, many weeks of waiting. As I wrote in this Inquisitr piece, the cause of death doesn't really answer any questions. Instead, we're left with more confusion and even more fragmented information on which to speculate.

AJ died by acute heroin poisoning -- in other words, a heroin overdose. However, it's not known if that heroin overdose was due to voluntary use of the dangerous narcotic, or if she was given the drug against her will in an act of homicide. Both of these theories are possible, whether anyone wants to believe them or not -- and plenty of people don't want to believe that this young woman was a drug user. I don't even want to, since she clearly doesn't fit the profile of a user. However, anything is possible, and since heroin poisoning played a role in her death it's important to consider the possibilities, no matter how unpleasant.

Jun 10, 2015

On Sunday, June 7th, I got my first ever professional piercing -- and it was a surreal experience, albeit brief. I was pierced at the famous Precious Slut IV shop in Las Vegas (where I'm fortunate enough to be a local), after looking up shops in the city that operate in the late night hours (they're open 24 hours). 

To clarify: This was not the first piercing I've ever had, but it was my first professional one. Over the course of my life I have had several piercings -- my eyebrows, nostrils, lips, ears, navel and other assorted areas. However, I did each and every one of my piercings on my own (which I'm not necessarily recommending). I've always been nervous about letting other people pierce me, and have always preferred the slower (and painful) method of doing it myself. I'm accustomed to the discomfort of piercings myself, and have always believed that it is better than putting that much trust in someone else -- even though I have put trust in others to put less-than-acceptable tattoos on me -- go figure.