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Nick Clark was addicted to opiates and homeless by the age of 17. His father was a crack addict, and his girlfriend (now wife) shared his opiate addiction. Nick Clark’s military career didn’t end well, but he says he’s earned a “Junkie Badge of Honor” for dancing at a New Orleans strip club to earn money to buy drugs. After going AWOL from the National Guard and losing custody of his children, Nick detoxed and has been 3 years opiate-free with the help of kratom. Even though he says he does a lot of kratom, he seems to be leading a stable life after growing up in chaos. This is Nick Clark. This is his kratom story.
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- Risey “Memories of Thailand” https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Risey/Best_Bytes_Volume_1/02–Risey–Memories_Of_Thailand_Beat_Doctors_stuck_in_Britain_remix
- Q Lazzarus “Goodbye Horses” https://youtu.be/yKFaGDrOfrI
Clips used in this episode:
- From the 1976 documentary by Richard Kotuk, GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1TUON6xDdY
- WCBI “Lowndes County Kratom 03/15/19” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8AOfnoso7U
- Johann Hari’s Ted Talk “Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong” https://youtu.be/PY9DcIMGxMs