Carnivore / Echelon  Trigger  Words

The U.S. government is making it known that it can and does sift through all the data packets on the internet, if need be, using Carnivore and Echelon, hoping to find some terrorist's malicious email in the process.  And if that's what the three-letter agencies are really up to, I wish them all the best.

However, if they're using Carnivore to go after orchid salesmen, that's another matter.

All you have to do is search for the term "Hello to all my friends and fans in domestic surveillance", using your favorite search engine, and you'll dig up several pages with more or less the same collection of "suspicious" words and phrases which are supposedly able to "jam Echelon".  (A similar sentence can be found here, so maybe that's where it came from.)

For example,  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]     [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33]     [35]     [37] [38] [39]     [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] [49] [50] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] [56] [57] [58] [59] [60] [61] [62] [63] [64] [65] [66] [67] [68] [69] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86] [87] [88]

Dead links removed 2/20/2009.
Others introduced 2/25/2010.
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The last five links were added 12/18/2020.

You could drum up a few more lists like this by using your favorite search engine to see who lives at "9705 Samford Road", or try — as I did, unsuccessfully — to find a definition for "PA598D28" or "Tzvrif."  Most of the lists (linked above) contain those terms as well as seemingly irrelevant words like "quiche."

Now of course I know there is probably no great value in publishing semi-suspicious documents just to see who's reading them.  Nor is there much to be gained by wasting someone else's time (and mine) explaining that I was just publishing random words to exercise my right to free speech and artistic expression.  But you know, the citizens of the United States have the right to discuss any and all of these topics through e-mail, paper mail or telephone conversations, or to search for them on the internet, as long as no criminal activity is directly involved.  That is, as long as the information is not intended to facilitate the commission of a crime.

In any other country, you might be in big trouble if you merely mentioned a word like "dynamite" in your e-mail or telephone conversations.  Fortunately, in the United States we have the freedom to communicate with almost any combination of words and phrases, especially if the words and sentences are not used in a manner which is unlawful, threatening, abusive, harassing, or defamatory, and as long as these words and sentences do not encourage conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, or give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate applicable laws.  Nothing on this website even approaches such a thing.  This web page is presented as a public service, to inform and educate the American public about a potential threat to our fundamental right of free speech.

Perhaps a new group of visitors will become interested in this subject, now that domestic spying, internet data retention, and wholesale monitoring of the internet has become a hot topic.  Some people who had previously never heard of Menwith Hill, Morewenstow, Sugar Grove, Sabana Seca, or Tangimoana are now paying attention.  Please note that merely copying a whole block of text from this page and putting in an email message is not an effective use of the material.  Use your imagination and a little finesse for best results.

On the internet, lists of purely random words abound:
[1]     [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]     [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

These word lists have two primary applications:  They can be used in a "dictionary attack" to crack a password, or they can be used in college-level computer science courses to teach things like sorting and searching a huge text file.

If you really think somebody is reading your email — or if you think Facebook and Twitter (and the FBI) are scanning every account — looking for trigger words or anything else, ˙ɯǝɥʇ ɹoɟ ʇlnɔᴉɟɟᴉp ʇᴉ ǝʞɐW
It won't do any good to write your email in tiny letters.  That should be obvious.
8U7 D0N7 JU57 L4Y 0U7 Y0UR M3554635 1N PL41N 73X7 F0R 3V3RY0N3 T0 533.
Gur crbcyr jub jnag gb gnxr njnl lbhe evtugf ner zbfgyl choyvp fpubby fghqragf jub ner pbzcyrgryl onssyrq ol phefvir jevgvat, nanybt pybpxf, naq ebgnel-qvny cubarf.  Gurl jbhyq arire svther guvf bhg.

Decryption of the following messages is left to the reader as an exercise: You never even saw this message, did you?

Secret message
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.|  ||.  ..  |  ..|  .|.       .||.  .|  .|.  ..  .  ...
|.|.  ..|  ||       .||.  .|.  |||  |..|  ..  ||  ..|  ...
.|  .|.  |..  .  |  .|.|.|

If you really are paranoid, encrypt everything.

Making your own substitution cipher?  Think outside the box (or inside a very old box).  The use of hieroglyphics will not prevent someone from cracking your simple substitution cipher, but it will make it inconvenient and time-consuming, which may be one of your primary goals.

𐁓 𐀮 𐀼 𐁃 𐀐 𐁉 𐀨 𐀲 𐁍 𐀊 𐀠 𐀷 𐁝 𐀿 𐁋 𐀹 𐀭 𐀚 𐀦 𐀣
𐁚 𐁌 𐁁 𐀋 𐀶 𐀕 𐀤 𐀰 𐀪 𐀒 𐁇 𐁖 𐀝 𐀡 𐀵 𐀟 𐀍 𐀢 𐁑 𐀓
𐀔 𐁜 𐁗 𐀖 𐀞 𐁅 𐁊 𐀺 𐁆 𐁔 𐀑 𐀥 𐁙 𐁂 𐀬 𐀏 𐁒 𐀩 𐀗
𐀴 𐁀 𐁘 𐀜 𐁄 𐁛 𐁐 𐀫 𐀎 𐁈 𐀙 𐁕 𐀳 𐀘 𐀱 𐀽 𐀛 𐀸 𐀯

Enough about your email.  In contrast to the random arrangements of words from a dictionary, most of the words and phrases on this page mean something to somebody.  Specific combinations of words are believed to be of great interest to the three-letter agencies involved in so-called "domestic spying."

It's amusing to see what happens when you copy this entire page to a text file, then put it into a text editor and hit "Find all misspelled words."

Incidentally, I'm somewhat flattered that all these people have found this page so interesting.  (It sure took them a long time to figure out "NFFNFFVANGVBA".)

Please note that in the compilation of (in)famous names below, wholly unrelated people may appear side-by-side.  Please do not infer anything from that.  For example, Diffie, Hellman and Merkle are some of the good guys — I wish I were in their league — but if you're talking about those three people, you're probably a cryptography buff, and we can't have that in a totalitarian state.  A few names later you'll see Fidel Castro and Robert Mugabe, and we can all hope there aren't many people like them in the world.  But if you have a lot to say about either of them, you might be a troublemaker, too.

This page was rephrased and quoted extensively in an article called The Most Dangerous Diary You Will Ever Read That article was then quoted and discussed at length here It is very easy to find web pages that "borrow" material from this page because a few of the items on this page are utter nonsense that I made up myself.  This is similar to the way map makers protect their maps from copying — they insert streets and highways and curves in the road that don't exist!

I see a number of blogs and web sites have quoted from this page.  (Like this).  If you're going to quote from this page, please link back to it and give credit where it is due.  Don't just cut and paste the entire collection onto your blog, as we see on this page and several others.  That's just rude.  All that aside...

This material came from, Copyright 2023. The Carnivore system is apparently designed to detect any discussion via the internet which includes certain combinations of "suspicious" words and phrases.  To stay safely "below the radar" you should never mention anything about cryptography, or the people who design such tools, along the lines of Bill Binney, Ralph Merkle, Whitfield Diffie, Martin Hellman, Dr. Vanessa Teague, Horst Feistel, Moxie Marlinspike, or Karsten Nohl.  The government finds cryptography to be highly inconvenient, so don't even talk about it.  Without the internet, you would have no way to learn about various individuals who were mistreated by the government in one way or another, for example, Brandon Raub, Erich Scherfen and Rubeena Tareen, Patricia and Glenn Mendoza, Ansche Hedgepeth, George and Kathy Norris, or Duncan Lemp.  The government would prefer that you forget anything you know about Nikolai Mushegian, Martin and Anita Nesbitt, Hubert Gerold Brown, Li Heping, Beverly Eckert, Buell Frazier, Alan G. Whicher, Eric Hoteham, Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Glen Doherty, Loretta Fuddy, Danny Jowenko, Johanna Ah'Nee, Terrance Yeakey, Jesse Trentadue, Alden Gillis Baker, Stephen Ivens, Cary James Gagan, Andreas Strassmeir, John Doe #2, Mike Loudenslager, Arlene Blanchard, Ruth and Michael Paine, Buell Frazier, Leroy Fletcher Prouty Mac Wallace, Billy Sol Estes, Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta, George De Mohrenschildt, Ilham Anas, Maria Hsia, Anthony Marceca, Melowese Richardson, Colin Flaherty, Vernon Wayne Howell, Patrick Knowlton, Ansche Hedgepeth, Carlos Ghigliotti, Charles Wibourne Miller, Jim McDougal, Linda D. Medlar, Barbara Alice Wise, James Bunch, James Sabow, Niko Jerkuic, Stanley Huggins, Hershell Friday, Tim Sabel, Todd McKechan, William Densberger, Jerry Luther Parks, Wade Rathke, Vince Weiguang Li, Egas Moniz, Michael Hastings, Victor Raiser II, Montgomery Raiser, Paul Tulley, Gandy Baugh, Lorena Hickok, Paula Grober, Stanley Heard, Mary Caitrin Mahoney, Lt. Quarles Harris Jr, Donald Young, Larry Bland, Emory Allen Evans, Aaron David Goodrich, Carl Derek Havord Cooper, Danny Casolaro, Charles Meissner, Calvin Walraven, Keith McKaskle, Alan Standorf, Jon Parnell Walker, Jordan Kettleson, Kevin Ives, Don Henry, Keith Coney, Johnny Lawhorn Jr, James Milan, or Boonie Bearden.  Your email messages had better not contain any references to certain other seemingly unrelated people such as Satoshi Nakamoto, Kenny Veach, Viet Dinh, Mohan Srivastava, Joan Ginther, Lou Montulli, Henry Yearwood, Doodad Pro, Zdenek Gazda, Gyorgyi Schwartz, Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, Kenneth Gladney, Barry Lee Bush, Ashli Babbitt, Imran Awan, Seth Rich, Nikolai Mushegian, Tafari Campbell, Donell Harvin, Ashan Benedict, Joseph Kony, Stanislav Petrov, Li Heping, Danny Jowenko, Jose Padilla, Johanna Ah'Nee, Assata Shakur, Loretta Fuddy, Vincent Foster, Elian Gonzalez, Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf a/k/a Baghdad Bob, Gary Webb Wang Xiaodong, Emma-Jo Morris, Stokely Standiford Churchill Carmichael a/k/a Kwame Ture, Karen Silkwood, Andrew Breitbart, Yung Yuen "Norman" Hsu, Brett Kavanaugh, Vicki Weaver, LaVoy Finicum, Jack Ruby, Malcolm X, James Earl Ray, Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt, Ayatollah Mohammed Abdullah Al-Whatever, Pauline Kanchanalak, Paul Wilcher, George A. Wilcox, Barack Hussein Obama a/k/a Barry Soetoro a/k/a Barry Dunham a/k/a Soebarkah, Harrison J. Bounel, Ruth Nidesand, Jeremiah Wright, Aunt Zeituni, Janet Totalitano, Janice Okubo, George Hussein Onyango Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Lachlan Cranswick, Maulana Karenga a/k/a Ronald McKinley Everett, Richard Cloward, Frances Fox Piven, Richard Case Nagell, Louie Steven Witt, John Paisley, William Pawley, and/or William Bruce Pitzer.  Moreover, you should avoid any mention of terrorists or accused terrorists, or terrorist wannabes, such as the aforementioned Usama Bin Laden (also known as Osama bin Laden, Usama Bin Muhammad Bin Ladin, Shaykh Usama Bin Ladin, The Prince, The Emir, Abu Abdallah, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Mujahid Shaykh, Hajj, or just The Director), Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Abu Qatada, Abdul Qadeer Khan, Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed Al-Nasser, Adam Yahiye Gadahn, Abdel Rahman, Armaldo Forlani, Mousa Abu Marzook, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Zacarias Moussaoui, Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, Ali Atwa, Anas Al-Liby, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Hasan Izz-Al-Din, Abdul Nacer Benbrika, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Jamel Ahmed Mohammed Ali Al-Badawi, Jaber A. Elbaneh, Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Ayatollah Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, Imad Fayez Mugniyah, Salim Hamdan, Amrozi bin Nurhasyim, Imam Samudra, Ali Ghufron, Amrozi Ghufron, Ali Saleh Mohamed Kahlah al-Marri, Mohammed Taheri-Azar, Ahmed Ressam, Rezwan Ferdaus, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Abdul Nacer Benbrika, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, Daniel Andreas San Diego, Husayn Muhammed al-Umari, Hussain Hashem Al-Hussaini, Juma Namangoniy (or Namangani), Sayyid Qutb, Nidal Malik Hasan, Faisal Shahzad, Ahmed Hashim Abed, Adnan Shukrijumah, Abdul Farouk Abdul-Mutallab a/k/a Umar Farouk Abdul Mudallad, Mohammed Jamil Asha, Bilal Abdullah, Abu Qatada, Abd Al Aziz Awda, Jamal al-Badawi, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, Tawfiq bin Attash, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah, Mohammed Ali Hamadei, Mohammed Amawi, Marwan El-Hindi, Wassim Mazloum, Abdul Rahman Yasin, Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam, Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Mughassil, Abu Nidal, Khaled Masri, Muhammad Atef, Ali Saed Bin Ali El-Hoorie, Saif Al-Adel, Ibrahim Salih Mohammed Al-Yacoub, Isnilon Totoni Hapilon, and the late Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who was born Ahmed Fadel Nazal al-Khalayleh; and you should stay away from any discussion of obscure places like Ruby Ridge, Orofino, Kogello, Nanaimo, Muzaffarabad, Bretton Woods, the Lenexa caves, Beslan, Shiraz, Kecksburg, Warrenton Training Center, Room 2A0120, Swift Luck Greens, Intelligence Fusion Centers, Fort Marcy Park, Area 51, Area S4, Groom Lake, Homan Square, Lavizan-3, Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Ft. Meade, Los Alamos, Sanco Airfield, Black Lake Golf Club, The Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance, Freddie's Fashion Mart, 611 Folsom Street Room 641A, 9360 Baucum Road, the basement of the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs WV, Anniston Army Depot, Finland PA, Finksburg MD, the Y-12 National Security Complex, 5H32-West, Montauk Air Force Station, The Abraham Lincoln School, Glynco GA, Diego Garcia, Artesia NM, Yakima, Station F83, Bluffdale, Mapsco 25J, the Salt Pit, Sea Girt NJ, Tanguisson Point, 1825 K Street, 1024 Elysian Fields, Watchfield, Vonka, Hucin, Cibulka, Blagnac, 1209 North Orange St., 32769 Overflow Lane, Irton Moor, Herzliyya, Cheltenham, Shu Lin Kuo, Morwenstow, Waihopai, Illyuwn, Salar de Uyuni, Rocky Flats, Menwith Hill, Utah Data Center, Sabana Seca, Tangimoana, Kwajalein, Cayman Islands, Pripyat, Ingushetia, Leistikowstrasse, Al Madinah, Cilipi, Dubrovnik, Kolocep, Elohim City, Camp Hero, Pine Gap, Oklahoma City, White Sands NM, Hillsboro KS, Kecksburg PA, Sugar Grove, Geraldton, Denton, Mena airstrip, Bluemont VA, Raven Rock PA, Nellis Air Force Base, the Bhuddist Temple, Waco, Bletchley Park, Peters Mountain, Mount Weather Special Facility, The Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center, the Wireless Portfolio Management Office, the Target Technology Trends Center, Yucca Mountain; or anything about organizations such as the CIA, NSA, GHCQ, Operation 40, Oxygen Forensics, Cellebrite, In-Q-Tel, Netline, Wackenhut, the Hutaree militia, Neustar, the Sensitive Operations Review Committee, The Defense Exotic Technology Activity, QAnon, The Jason Society, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, Defense Information Systems Agency, Central Security Service, the Lord's Resistance Army, Business International Corporation, South Mountain Creamery, Defense Security Service, Geheime Staatspolizei, Allamvedelmi Hatosag, All-domain Anomaly Research Office, Government Emergency Telecommunications Service, Diplomatic Telecommunications Service, The Justice Through Music Project, the Washington Trust Foundation, the Tailored Access Operations group, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, the Nazi Party, Zain Endeavors, U.S. Peace Council, Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Lashkar-e-Taiba, United Fruit Company, International Seabed Authority, Mara Salvatrucha, the Chatham House Gang, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Missile Defense Agency, Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, The Data Protection Review Court, Ikhwan, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Detachment 88, Falun Gong, the Laubach Literacy Institute, the National Security Branch Analysis Center, Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force, Counter-Intelligence Field Activity Office, Domestic Security Alliance Council, Group 7822, the National Clandestine Service, Weatherman Underground, Young Communist League, Fruit of Islam, Searchlight Leadership Fund, National Applications Office, the DEA Special Operations Division, Joint Special Operations Command, Pentagon Force Protection Agency, National Reconnaisance Office, the Bilderberg Group, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Club of Rome, Council on Foreign Relations, Unit 8200, 'ndrangheta, Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Joint Intelligence Organisation, Secret Intelligence Service, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, Secret Service, Völkischer Beobachter, Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti, General Directorate for External Security, Central Directorate of Interior Intelligence, Centre Administratif des Tourelles, FAPSI, Wo Hop To, Aum Shinri Kyo, Western Journalism Center, Privacy International, Center for Defense Information, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the Western Virginia Office of Controlled Conflict Operations, the Arkansas Development Financial Authority, Loral Corporation, Arkansas state pension fund, Citizen's Committee to Aid Packing House Workers, the Alternate National Military Command Center, Citizens Consulting Inc., ACORN, Scytl, Ejercito Popular Revolucionario, Missile and Space Intelligence Center, Dynamic Energy Resources, Federalnaia Sluzhba Besopasnosti, Zapata Petroleum, Carret Asset Management, Harken Energy, Castle Grande Estates, Skull and Bones, Ndrangheta, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Institute for New Economic Thinking, United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, Tyson Foods, Palavi Foundation, Safa Foods, Bay Harbour Management, Robert Taylor Homes, EPIC, CPSR, Branch Davidians, 2600 Magazine, the Drudge Report, RSA, RCMP, Judicial Watch; and especially dangerous words and phrases like Allahu Akbar!, Hemisphere / Hudson Hawk, The Onion Router, The Boogaloo movement, Presidential Policy Directive #29, Borg, Hover Hammer, Shodan, Project Dumbo, XKEYSCORE, warrant canary, robust filament, khodahafez, FELOPZD|DEFPOTEC, C21H30O2, rhymes with G-hod, Service tag 6NB0KH2, ROTHR facilities, Operation Ajax, Operation MOCKINGBIRD, the Windsor Hum, INFOSEC (or InfoSec), Radio Aspidistra, Project Azorian, PGP, PEM, Rijndael, RIPEM, Glock, K&R, Uzi, FM 3-39.40, CORNERSTONE, GUARDIAN, PINWALE, Extortion 17, tickling the dragon's tail, Crossfire Hurricane, Selfish Ledger, OCONUS Lures, Ingram Mac-10, Rijndael, CONUS, UFO crash, ARPA, above top secret, Project Megiddo, the Liverpool Care Pathway, HSFEHQ-10-R-0027, Offensive Information Warfare, the Gotthard Base Tunnel opening ceremony, Varsity Blues, Tin Panda, All enemies foreign and domestic, I will not comply, When tyranny becomes law rebellion becomes duty, red pill, black pill, rope, chad, LARPing, based, looksmaxxing, cloud, pork, pirates, Stacy, ballistic media, Chicago Posse, eject-specimen-from-the-hive, Lithium Niobate, Project Paperclip, teleport, Observation Squadron 67, Investigative Data Warehouse, Zyklon-B, CRISSCROSS, PROTON, ICREACH, wetwork, Project Minaret, Al Qaida, PASport network, Defense Information Systems Network, Nationality Act of 1940 Section 317(b), Standard Operating Procedure 303, Door number BE64B, Survive-Evade-Resist-Escape, Boundless Informant, Trailblazer, <<%, Ragtime, Strongbox, Stellar Wind, Mainway, Marina, Nucleon, Prism, Upstream, Panoptikon, Magic Atlas, Abner, Rattler, Madame X, Cozy Duke, Cozy Bear, Office Monkeys, Jedi Blue, electronic surveillance, Enemy of the (whatever), Fax encryption, Homeland Security, Minor V. Happersett, Nibiru, big yellow duck, LANDMARK|OLYMPIA, 386SPART.PAR, Civil Action No. 08-cv-04083, Amtrak, HEMP shielding, Z-Division, Misty, Tor, Agile Provider, re-education through labour, about:blank, Majestic 12, OPNAC team, Information Security, Information Warfare, International Order of (whatever), lead azide, Nine-Eleven, Political action, the Carrington event, Weeping Angel, Shopkeeper's Notebook, AFOSI/PJ, US Space Command Regulation 55-20, muezzin, security forces, shaped charges, hibakusha, Μωλων Λαβε, silver nitrite, Security Awareness Division, sodium morphate, bird dog, Liberation Front, the Moorman photo, The United Kalavryta, Tailored Access Operations, Egregiousblunder, Buzzdirection, Epicbanana, polonium-210, strychnine, arsensic, cyanide, dynamite, nitroglycerin, pentaerythritol tetranitrate, triacetone triperoxide, Hexamethylene triperoxide diamine, Military-industrial complex, gold bullion, Satellite phones, Crypto AG, Corona keyhole, Trilateral Commission, Stuxnet, moatistheke, Server in the Sky, Anthrax vaccine, USA Patriot Act, PENTBOMB, Chechnya, explosives mitigation, Koo-jee-cha-goo-lee-ya, Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor, Cipro, USS Cole, Guantanamo Bay, Brown Note, taqqiya, 2A hardware, Falun Gong, Ikhwan, Ehime Maru, APCO Project 25, TETRA, Segment Q4, Segment G2, the Excluded Parties List System, true believers, Alternate Joint Communications Center, AJCC, Site R, Splash jamming, Kosovo, nffnffvangvba, American 587, Paducah Gasseous Diffusion Plant, Subterrene, dry cleaning, HI-MEMS, the Windigo phenomenon, 1LL3G4L, direct action, sabotage, smuggle, noah spaceship ararat, Artichoke, domestic disruption, Contras, cordite, covert, data havens, defensive elements, detcord, detection, detonators, Digicash, class struggle, Flashbangs, FOUO, industrial intelligence, interception, WTC7, motorcade, Law Enforcement Access Field, The Hemisphere Project, Threat And Local Observation Notice System, "Code 42" software, Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies, Physical Security Division, psyops, shaped, silencer, stakeout, subversive, teflon, the Lawndale Restoration project, national security, DOE facilities, 608 to 614 MHz, the Telecommunications Priority System, posse comitatus, Space Shuttle, Special Forces, Conelrad, dictionary attack, Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles, permissive action links, Jihadis, birthday attack, Gamma Guppy, Pelican! Pelican! Pelican!, National Warning System, heavily sanitized, redacted, Threatcon Charlie, C4ISR facilities, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, seismography, camouflage, RAF Fylingdales, High Probability of Completion, G-3 conditioning, Communications Security Establishment, CSE, Canadian Forces Supplementary Radio System, C/TAR, Worldwide Secure Voice Conferencing System, CFSRS, SRS, Canadian Forces Information Operations Group, CFIOG, Puzzle Palace, USS Liberty, Indigo Sky, TRSSCOMM, Decision Information Distribution System, special security classification, Telephone Booth, Autovon, the Defense Switched Network, triethyl borane, phthisis, diaminotrinitrobenzene, RFNA, Precison Emitter Location, Joint Tactical Radio System, brute force attack, akdart, Moonpenny, Silkworth, Voicecast, chosen plaintext, SCIF, codebook, one time pad, absolute secrecy, Al-taqiyya, retina scans, passports, credit card purchases, car rentals, prescriptions, Force Protection Condition Bravo+, banking transactions, MI6, KKN50, KKN39, KCP0892, WD9596, KN2270, WGU20, X-43A, X-37B, SR-71A, Polecat, X-45 Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle, Sigint, Tempest, COBEOWEHHO, QUANTUMINSERT, FOXACID, commerce, marriage, ninth month of pregnancy, High Altitude Exoatmospheric Nuclear Survivability, picking up a package in Malaysia, Project Cable Splicer, Project Garden Plot, inheritance powder, Combat Ciders, NEACAP, Looking Glass, Echelon, Skipjack, snefru, Clipper, cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine, Rapid Reaction, Corporate Security, Recon, domestic disruption, 9mm, Semtex, Dictionary, Uranij, duress, psyops, wipeout, N975B, 9192631770, 6834682612, 1420405751.689, Plectron tones, H.R.645, HEK-293, HAARP, The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Capstone, VAAPCON, duress, RAID, TELINT, Magic Lantern, CIPAV, Awarehouse, BLU-97, boobytraps, Bunker, chameleon, creditcard, Croatian, Dynamo, fuses, Galil, key rotation, NYS-CSCIC, skimming, PIN capture, CALEA, dumpster diving, peapod, Mole, Keyhole, white noise, Pizzagate, incendiaries, krkosska, nitrostarch, Parker-Hale, motorcade, teflon, 2E781, botulism, BITNET, black-bag, MYSTIC/RETRO, Stingray, Dirtbox, AmberJack, KingFish, TriggerFish, LoggerHead, squib, Blowfish, Glock, Blackbird, Lockheed D-21 Tagboard, Senior Bowl, OXCART, TEMPEST, UKUSA, keystroke logging, Project P415, MD5, IDEA, hacking, blackjack, boobytraps, CISSP, Clandestine, eternityserver, Flintlock, Hitwords, humint, keebler, Kwajalein, TrapWire, Abraxas Applications, KG-84, password, Fortezza cards, plutonium, Strontium-90, PGP 2.6.2., rail gun, E-4B Nightwatch planes, nurndation, Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator, DROPOUTJEEP, lockpicking, Mantis, OC-12, sniper, Toffler, unclassified, WHCA, 042[hyphen]68[hyphen]4425, Advanced Concepts Initiative, Counter Surveillance and Reconnaissance System, Prowler, XKeyscore, Carnivore, Auroragold, manifesto, murder, UN Army, HAARP, GWEN, NIMA, black projects, COCOT, wire transfer, xinao, SODI BEYOTER, plutonium, PGP, DES-EDE3, BATF, Bentonite, cyclonite, chloroform, snipers, enigma, Special Access Programs, denial of service, urban exploration, National Information Infrastructure, Alt-255, 1633 Hz, K9QVL, N6NHG, KM4UDZ, KC5ZTB, the Wireless Priority Service, *272, Area Code 710, Channel 37, 1783.74 MHz, Operation Dark Heart, Polo Step, Seven Seekers, West Wing, Project Suter, Big Safari, Grill Flame, Thirsty Saber, Zodiac Beauchamp, Able Danger, Advanced Orion, Starfish Prime, Hardtack Oak, Perfect Citizen, Eligible Receiver, Aristocracy Reborn, Conplan 8022, Copper Green, Footprint, Titrant Ranger, Gray Fox, Credible Wolf, Vigilant Eagle, Talent Keyhole, Treasure Map, project Dipole Might, Cobra Bite, College Girls, Black Light, Baphomet, Walpurgisnacht, Eckankar, Project 50348, Project Chess, Project A119, Project 53527, Project 44637, Thermal Vicar, Retract Juniper, Retract Maple, Retract Elm, Retract Heather, Chalk Eagle, Chalk Coral, Constant Pisces, Trojan Footprint, Indigo Response, Wheelhouse, Yankee White, NIST 800-53, CAPTCHA, Poor Debtor, RDS-220, e-cash, Digicash, Pyrodex, ANFO, spook, nitrate, 1569.54 Hz tuning fork, DCS1000, Triple DES, Loki, Lucifer, MD5, FBI agents, covert, crypto, l0pht, 2600 meeting, warez, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, TWA 800, felony convictions, the center fuel tank, diamond-cut shredder, KAL24, WAR30, WGY906, REX 84, etc. This is an original compilation, Copyright © 2024 by Andrew K. Dart

And incidentally, when writing an email or a social media post, don't ever say Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself.  You must not mention that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.  You could go further afield:  There is no global warming.  There is no "climate emergency."  Lee Harvey Oswald had plenty of help.  Andrew Breitbart was murdered.  Dorothy Kilgallen was murdered.  Obama is a muslim.  NASA is just flying around in circles for no reason.  Timothy McVeigh wasn't really executed.  DDT never hurt anybody.  TWA 800 was shot down.  WTC-7 was professionally imploded.  Islam is NOT a "religion of peace."  Joe Biden is a senile puppet.  Covid-19 is just another name for the flu, and the vaccines for it are not vaccines at all.

Only an anti-capitalist troublemaker would go on and on about about the biggest defense contractors, such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, McDonnell Douglas, General Dynamics, Litton, Raytheon, Halliburton, United Technologies, General Motors, BAE Systems, Brown and Root, United Technologies, Sikorsky Aircraft, L-3 Communications, Humana, Occupational Health Services, Science Applications Intl, Triwest Healthcare Alliance, ITT Industries, General Electric, Honeywell, Bechtel Group, Fedex, Exxon Mobil, Textron, Oshkosh Truck, Rockwell Collins, Johnson Controls, Electronic Data Systems, Texas Instruments, United Parcel Service, and IBM.

Prowl around the internet long enough, and you'll discover numerous ways to say Top Secret in other languages, such as Estrictamente Secreto, Streng Geheim, Zeer Geheim, Supersecreto, Muy Secreto, Ultra Secreto, Yemlaz Birtou Mistir, Sam Ngat Bamphot, Alta Secreto, Yderst Hemmeligt, Secretisimo, Yemaiz Birtou Mistir, Erittain Salainen, Lup Tisud, Tres Secret, AKPΩΣ AΠOPPHTON, Alto Secreto, Super Secreto, Szigoruan Titkos, Param Gupt, Kimitsu, Sangat Rahaia, Bekoliserri, Algjorti, An-sicreideach, Sodi Beyoter, Secgretissimo, Kimitsu, Maktum, Bekoli Serri, I-Kup Bi Mil, Lup Sood Gnod, Strengt Hemmelig, Hojst Himmiligt, Intahi Khufia, Estrictamente Secreto, Muito Secreto, Chichimi, Cok Gizli, Uiters Geheim, Sirri Lilghaya, Maktum Jiddan, CEKPTHO, or Toi-Mat.

Given the political climate in which we live today, your email correspondence had better not include terms like caliph, dawah, dhimmi, halal, hijra, jihad, jizya, kafir, mujahada, shaheed, shariah, takfir, taqiyya or ummah, nor any mention of Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations, such as the Abu Sayyaf Group, Aum Shinrikyo, Basque Fatherland and Liberty, Gama'a al-Islamiyya, HAMAS, Harakat ul-Mujahidin, Hizballah, Kahane Chai, Kurdistan Workers Party, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, National Liberation Army, Palestine Liberation Front, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, PFLP-General Command, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, Revolutionary People's Liberation Party/Front, Shining Path, al-Qa'ida, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Real Irish Republican Army, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e Tayyiba, Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, Asbat al-Ansar, al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb, Communist Party of the Philippines/New People's Army, Jemaah Islamiya, Lashkar i Jhangvi, Ansar al-Islam, Continuity Irish Republican Army, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, Islamic Jihad Union, Harakat ul-Jihad-i-Islami/Bangladesh, al-Shabaab, Revolutionary Struggle, Kata'ib Hizballah, al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula, Harakat ul-Jihad-i-Islami, Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan, Jundallah, Army of Islam, Indian Mujahedeen, Jemaah Anshorut Tauhid, Abdallah Azzam Brigades, Haqqani Network, Ansar al-Dine, Boko Haram, Ansaru, al-Mulathamun Battalion, Ansar al-Shari'a in Benghazi, Ansar al-Shari'a in Darnah, Ansar al-Shari'a in Tunisia, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, al-Nusrah Front, Mujahidin Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem, Jaysh Rijal al-Tariq al Naqshabandi, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's Branch in Libya, and Al-Qa'ida in the Indian Subcontinent.

If you really want to stay out of trouble, don't send a lot of email which includes names that appear on the U.S. Customs and Border Protection — Blocked, Denied, Entity and Debarred Persons Lists, the Bureau of Industry and Security Denied Persons List, the Office of Foreign Assets Control lists, especially the U.S. Treasury Department's List of Specially Designated Nationals, the List of Terrorists Blocked from United States (PDF, 244 pages), which is where I first saw the name Mousa Mohamed Abu Marzook in print (even though he has been mentioned on the news a few times), this list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists, or The FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists.

Maybe I'm just rambling, or maybe this paragraph means something to somebody.  I'd ride the subway, but I haven't enough change.  The overweight charmer could slip poison into anyone's tea.  Spherical gifts are difficult to wrap.  Ralph prepared red snapper with fresh lemon sauce for dinner.  A moth zig-zagged along the path through Otto's garden.  Eating spinach nightly increases strength miraculously.  The taxicab broke down and caused a traffic jam.  The vault is roughly lined with stone.  A quart jar of oil mixed with zinc oxide makes a very bright paint.  The patsy was rubbed out by a secondary sniper on the water tower.  The pelican will have breakfast on Tuesday.

Unless you're some kind of a gunsmith or firearms expert, your email probably never includes terms such as .45 ACP, abrasion marks, abrasive machining, acetic acid, action, Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight, boxlock action, sidelock action, blitz action, falling block action, bolt action, hinged floorplate, adjustable objective, armor piercing fin-stabilized discarding sabot, automatic ejectors, Alex Henry forend, alkanet root, alkanna tinctoria, anchusa officinalis, ANIB, Anson & Deeley action, Azo dye, matchlock, aggregate ball propellant, flintlock, percussion cap, aperture sight, peep sight, arcaded fences, articulated front trigger, bluing, back action, backboring, out of proof, backstrap, Baker ejectors, ballistics, muzzle loader, hinge-pin, barrel, barrel wall thickness gauge, cheekpiece, buttstock, triggerguard, hammer, firing-pin, Berdan, trunnions, bifurcated lumps, black powder, potassium nitrate, powdered charcoal, sulphur, backspatter, anvil marks, Damascus steel, armor piercing bullets, Ballistite, barrel blanks, bird shot, blowback, blow-by, bolt face, boring, borescope, buckshot, boattail, conoidal, conical bullet, dumdum, frangible, full metal jacket, gas cutting, hollow base, hollow point, land and groove impressions, mushroom, ogive, semijacketed hollow point, semiwadcutter, blind magazine, blunderbuss, bore sight, boxlock, Black Powder Express, hingepin, breech, bridle, lockplate, Browning, Mauser, Colt, Winchester, beavertail forend, Bulino engraving, butt, C-ring, calibre, cannelure, cant, Cape gun, captive ramrod, carbine or Karabiner, Cartouche, cartridge, cast off, castellated fences, center of mass, chamber, checkering, cheekpiece, choke, chopper-lump barrels, Churchill rib, claw extractor, claw mounts, clip, cocker/de-cocker, cocking indicators, coin-finish, comb, commemorative, compound and manifesto, concealed third fastener, confiscation, cordite, crossover stock, downrange, hearing protection and safety glasses, spire point, tracer, truncated, wadcutter, bunter, calipers, cannelure, provisional proof, casting, celluloid, cellulose, centerfire, cup wad, cupping press, cylinder stop, double-action, ejecta, eyepiece, the firing line, firing pin drag marks, frangible, Frizzen, gunpowder measured in grains, handloads, indexing, kernels, Lamelle, lapping, lead azide, lead styphnate, Marshall's reagent, N-(1-Naphthyl)-ethylenediamine Dihydrochloride, musket, muzzle, muzzle wave, Nyclad, Parkerizing, petard, potassium chlorate, ricochet, sintered, slug, sodium rhodizonate test, striations, tartaric acid, dihydroxybutanedioic acid, Tetracene, a Browning Machine Gun or BMG, arsenal, autoloader, boomer, brass, chambering, collet, comparison microscope, cross pin fastener, crown, cut-away, cutts compensator, cylinder, double action, Deeley forend release, Deringer, Derringer, dog lock, doll's head, double-ought, dovetailed barrels, drop-box magazine, dropper points, dry fire, double-set trigger, duelling pistols, ejectors, elevation, English casing, English grip, escutcheon, extended top tang, extractors, feed ramp, FFL or Federal Firearms License, fire blue, firing pin, flaking, flat-point checkering, fluted barrel, forcing cone, French casing, French gray, Frizzen, frontstrap, funeral grade, gape, garniture, gauge, Gesichert pistol, ghillie suit, glassbedding, graticule, Greener crossbolt, Griess test, grip safety, Hagn action, hammer, handgun, handspanner, hang fire, headspace, headstamp, heel and toe plates, holdopen toplever, inletting, intercepting sear, island lock, J-bore, key fastener, keyhole, Kipplauf, knuckle, leaf sights, lever forend release, lifters, lock, Luger, magazine, magnum, Mannlicher stock, matchlock, milliradians, monoblock barrels, Monte Carlo comb, Mullered borders, musket, muzzle, muzzle brake, muzzle velocity, nitro, nitrocellulose, nitro proof, NRA, obturating breech, offhand, over and under, oval-bore, overbore capacity, full pistol grip, palm rest, palm swell, pancake cheekpiece, parallax, Parkerizing, Patridge sights, pattern, pedestalled, peep sight, pepperbox, percussion cap, Picatinny rail, pigeon gun, pillar bedding, pitch, ported barrels, postal proof, prewar, primer, Prince of Wales grip, projectile, proof, pull, Purdey underbolts, quarter rib, quarter sawn, rail mount, recessed, rebounding lock, receiver, recoil or kick, recoil compensator, reinforcing crossbolt, registration, release trigger, reticle, revolver, rifle, rifling, Rigby flat, rising bite, rivvel, rolled triggerguard, Rook rifle, Rose and Scroll engraving, rounds, S-bore, Sabot, safety, scalloped receiver, Scheutzen rifle, Schnabel, scope blocks, Scott's crossbolt, Sear, self-opening, Selous plates, semi-automatic, shooting sticks, shotgun, sideclips, sidepanels, Silver's pad, single action, skeet, skeleton buttplate, skelp twist, slab sawn, sleeved barrels, sling swivel, snap action, snaphance, snapping block, snider, soper, Southgate ejectors, spotter, Squarebridge, squib load, Saddle Ring carbine, semi-auto, single selective trigger, stalking safety, standing breech, steel shot, stock, stocked to the fences, stovepipe, STRK, straddle floorplate, striated toolmarks, strike, Stutzen, Swiss buttplate, takedown, tangent sight, target blocks, teardrops, throat, through bolt, thumbcut, thumbhole stock, toe, toplever, touchmark, trajectory, trap, trapdoor, trigger, triple-lock, triggerplate action, trunnion, tumbler, tungsten carbide cutting tools, tunnel claw mount, turnscrew, twilight sight, two-tone magazine, underbolts, VC case, varmint rifle, vernier tang sight, Vierling, ventilated rib, wad, wadcutter, walnut, watertable, Webley-Fosbery, wedding band, Wheellock, Whitworth steel, widow's peak, Wildcat cartridge, windage, wrist, or a Wundhammer swell.

I've been reading a very interesting book by Dr. Philip H. Melanson which has a lot to say about a number of distinctive names in U.S. history, including Sirhan Sirhan, Arthur Bremer, Lynette Alice Fromme, Charles M. Manson, Muharem Kerbegovic, John Schrank, the Alphabet Bomber, Sandra Collins Good, John W. Hinckley, Sara Jane Moore, Oliver Sepple, Edwin Gaudet, Samuel Byck, Charles Guiteau, Francisco Martin Duran, Joseph Maggio, Marcelino Corniel, Frank Eugene Corder, Forrest Sorrels, James P. Hosty, Griselio Torresola, and Oscar Collazo, but there was no mention of Frank Lee Morris, John William Anglin, Clarence Anglin, or Albert Anastasia.

A much more controversial book by William M. Arkin contains page after page of words and phrases you should never use during an international phone call, unless you have a reason to talk about Radiant Mercury and Moon Smoke.  If you are naturally curious, you might wonder what a Oxygen-Iodine Laser is good for, or maybe a Tailored Aperture Ceramic Laser, or any of several other terms in this list.  You'll be on thin ice if you spend your time studying US military acronyms, organizations and web sites.  I felt bad enough about compiling a list of .gov and .mil web sites for this page.

Timely news items:

Don't search for these terms on YouTube.  [Controversial query blacklist.]

Google Blacklist.  Words that Google Instant doesn't like.

Guilty until proven innocent in the age of ubiquitous electronic surveillance.
Obama administration is clamping down on public discussions of well-known but technically still-secret information.
List reveals keywords feds monitor on Facebook, Twitter.
EPIC Obtains New Documents on DHS Media Monitoring, Urges Congress to Suspend Program.Words like Cyber Command, 2600, spammer, phishing, rootkit, phreaking, dransp, dirty bomb, enriched, nuclear, chemical weapon, biological weapon, ammonium nitrate
Revealed: Hundreds of words to avoid using online if you don't want the government spying on you.
The NSA Is Building the Country's Biggest Spy Center.
Say good-bye to privacy thanks to Stellar Wind.
Department of Health and Human Services List of Terms for Monitoring Disease Outbreaks via Twitter.
New Details on NSA's 'Spy Center' and Secrets From Domestic Eavesdropping Operation 'Stellar Wind'.
Big Brother FBI Data-Mining Programs Resurrect "Total Information Awareness".
The Stellar Wind is Blowing.
NSA keeping details about data center quiet.
Big Brother Goes Live September 2013.
Report: NSA's Warrantless Spying Resurrects Banned 'Total Information Awareness' Project.
NSA's Spy Program "Stellar Wind" Exposed.
NSA Building is the Largest Spy Center Ever.
Sticks, stones and dangerous words.
Homeland Security Releases Binder Detailing Internet Monitoring.
Google Pressure Cookers and Backpacks, Get a Visit from the Feds.

You won't ever catch me talking about 0-isopropylmethyl phosphonofluoridate and 0-ethyl-S-(2-dimethylaminoethyl) methylphosphonothioate.  But if you like that sort of thing, I presume you have a copy of the United States Munitions List as well as the List of Export Controlled Chemicals, Chemical Agent Precursors, Propellants, Explosives and Energetic Materials [1] [2].

635688C0 looks like a random hexadecimal number, but it isn't.  If you need genuinely random numbers, use HotBits or one of these.  Large quantities of truly random numbers, when coupled with phony PGP headers, would really drive the code-crackers up a wall.
This is an original compilation, Copyright © 2024 by Andrew K. Dart

No doubt the Carnivore system is kept busy by widespread discussion of drug terms, but huge lists of such terms are available all over the internet, even from the White House web site!  You might have a perfectly legitimate reason to discuss such technical terms as methamphetamines, paraphernalia, glutethimide, dimethyltryptamine, strychnine, mescaline, MDMA, methcathinone, PCP, Rohypnol, alpha-ethyltyptamine, amphetamine, amyl nitrite, methcathinone, benzocaine, mannitol, benzocaine, Doriden, lidocaine, crack pipe, ketamine, crystal methamphetamine, currency, dimethyltryptamine, fentanyl, gamma hydroxy butyrate, hashish, heroin, hypodermic needles, isobutyl nitrite, lysergic acid diethylamide, marijuana, psilocybin, mescaline, methadone, methcathinone, methylphenidate, propofol, ritalin, opium, hashish, peyote, phencyclidine, methylenedioxy-methamphetamine, phenylpropanolamine, psilocybin, rohypnol, cannabis, Valium, Dronabinol or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.  (Have I mentioned that I intentionally snort mometasone furoate monohydrate up my nose every morning?)  Or you might have some perfectly valid reason to utter a slang term such as 4-MTA, Abe, Abe's cabe, abolic, Acapulco gold, Acapulco red, Ace, acid, acid cube, acid freak, acid head, Adam, African black, African bush, African woodbine, agonies, Ah-pen-yen, Aimies, air blast, airhead, airplane, Alice B. Toklas, all lit up, all star, All-American drug, Alpha-ET, ames, amidone, amoeba, amp, amp joint, amped-out, amping, AMT, Angie, Angola, animal, animal tranq, animal tranquilizer, antifreeze, Apache, apple jacks, aries, aroma of men, artillery, ashes, Astro turf, atom bomb, Aunt Hazel, Aunt Mary, Aunt Nora, aunti, Aunti Emma, aurora borealis, author, B-bombs, B-40, Babe, Baby, Baby bhang, Baby habit, babysit, Baby T, backbreakers, back door, backjack, back to back, backtrack, backup, backwards, bad bundle, bad go, bad seed, bag, bag bride, bag man, bagging, bale, ball, balling, balloon, ballot, bam, bambalacha, bambs, bang, bank bandit pills, bar, barb, Barbies, barbs, barrels, Bart Simpson, base, baseball, base crazies, base head, bash, Basuco, bathtub speed, batt, battery acid, batu, bazooka, bazulco, Beam me up Scottie, beamer, beans, beast, beat artist, beat vials, beautiful boulders, Bevis & Butthead, bebe, bedbugs, beedies, beemers, behind the scale, beiging, belladonna, belt, Belushi, belyando spruce, bender, bennie, bens, Benz, Benzedrine, Bernice, Bernie, Bernie's flakes, Bernie's gold dust, bhang, big bag, big bloke, big C, big 8, big D, big H, Big Harry, big flake, big man, big O, big rush, Bill Blass, billie hoke, bikers coffee, bindle, bing, bingers, bingo, bings, biphetamine, bird head, birdie powder, biscuit, bite one's lips, biz, black, black acid, black and white, black bart, black beauties, black birds, black bombers, black dust, black ganga, black gold, black gungi, black gunion, black hash, black mo/black moat, black mollies, black mote, black pearl, black pill, black rock, black Russian, black star, black stuff, black sunshine, black tabs, black tar, black whack, blacks, blanco, blanket, blanks, blast, blast a joint, blast a roach, blast a stick, blasted, blizzard, block, block busters, blonde, blotter, blotter acid, blotter cube, blow, blow a fix, blow a shot, blow the vein, blow a stick, blow blue, blowcaine, blow coke, blow one's roof, blow smoke, blowing smoke, blowout, blow up, blows, blue, blue acid, blue angels, blue barrels, blue birds, blue boy, blue bullets, blue caps, blue chairs, blue cheers, blue de hue, blue devil, blue dolls, blue heaven, blue heavens, blud madman, blue microdot, blue mist, blue moons, blue sage, blue sky blond, blue tips, blue vials, blunt, Bo, bo-bo, boat, bobo, bobo bush, body packer, body stuffer, Bogart a joint, bohd, bolasterone, Bolivian marching powder, bolo, bolt, bomb, bomb squad, bomber, bombido, bombita, bombs away, bone, bonecrusher, bones, bong, Bonita, boo, boom, boomers, boost, boost and shoot, booster, boot, boot the gong, booted, boppers, botray, bottles, boubou, boulder, Boulya, bouncing powder, boxed, boy, Bozo, brain damage, brain ticklers, breakdowns, break night, brewery, brick, brick gum, bridge up, Britton, broccoli, broker, bromo, brown, brown bombers, brown crystal, brown dots, brown rhine, brown sugar, brownies, browns, bubble gum, Buck, Bud, Buda, buffer, bugged, bull, bullet, bullet bolt, bullia capital, bullion, bullyon, bumblebees, bummer trip, bump, bundle, bunk, burese, burn one, burn the main line, burned, burned out, burnese, burnie, burnout, Bush, businessman's lsd, businessman's trip, businessman's special, busted, busters, busy bee, butt naked, butter, butter flower, buttons, butu, buzz, buzz bomb, C joint, C&M, C-dust, C-game, Caballo, Cabello, caca, cactus, cactus buttons, cactus head, Cadillac, Cadillac express, cakes, caine, California cornflakes, California sunshine, Cam trip, Cambodian red, came, can, Canadian black, Canamo, Canappa, cancelled stick, candy, Candy C, candy flipping, cannabinol, cannabis tea, cap, caps, cap up, Capital H, caps, carburetor, Carga, Carmabis, Carne, Carnie, carpet patrol, Carrie, Carrie Nation, cartucho, cartwheels, Casper the ghost, cat, cat valium, catnip, caviar, cavite all star, Cecil, cest, chalk, chalked up, chalking, Chandoo/chandu, channel, channel swimmer, Charas, charge, charged up, Charley, Charlie, chase, chaser, chasing the dragon, chasing the tiger, cheap basing, check, cheeba, cheeo, cheese, chemical, chewies, chiba chiba, Chicago black, Chicago green, Chicken powder, Chicken scratch, chicle, chief, chieva, China cat, China girl, China town, China White, Chinese molasses, Chinese red, Chinese tobacco, Chip, chipper, chipping, Chippy, Chira, Chiva, chocolate, chocolate chips, chocolate ecstasy, Choe, Cholly, Chorals, Christina, Christmas rolls, Christmas tree, chronic, chucks, churus, chystal methadrine, Cid, cigarette paper, cigarrode cristal, Citrol, clarity, clear up, clicker, cliffhanger, climax, climb, clips, clocking paper, closet baser, cloud, cloud nine, cluck, co-pilot, coasting, coasts to coasts, coca, cocaine blues, Cochornis, cocktail, Cocoa puff, coconut, coco rocks, coco snow, cod, coffee, coke, coke bar, cola, cold turkey, Coli, coliflor tostao, Colorado cocktail, Columbian, Columbo, Columbus black, comeback, come home, conductor, connect, contact lens, cook, cook down, cooker, cookies, coolie, cooler, cop, copping zones, coral, coriander seeds, Corine, cork the air, Corrinne, cosa, cotics, coties, cotton, cotton brothers, courage pills, course note, Cozmo's, crack, crack attack, crack back, crack cooler, crack kits, Cracker jacks, crackers, crack gallery, crack spot, crank, cranking up, crankster, crap/crop, crash, crazy coke, Crazy Eddie, crazy weed, credit card, crib, crimmie, crink, cripple, cris, crisscross, criss-crossing, Cristina, Cristy, croak, cross tops, crossroads, crown crap, crumbs, crunch & munch, cruz, crying weed, crypto, crystal, crystal joint, crystal meth, cystal t, crystal tea, cube, cubes, culican, cupcakes, cura, cushion, cut, cut-deck, cycline, cyclones, dabble, dagga, dama blanca, dance fever, dank, dawamesk, dead on arrival, debs, decadence, deca-duabolin, deck, deeda, delatestryl, demo, demolish, dep-testosterone, DET, Detroit pink, deuce, devil's dandruff, devil's dick, devil's dust, devilsmoke, dew, dews, dex, dexedrine, dexies, diablito, diambista, diamonds, dianabol, dice, diesel, diet pills, dihydrolone, dimba, dime, dime bag, dime special, dime's worth, ding, dinkie dow, dinosaurs, dip, dipper, dipping out, dirt, dirt grass, dirty basing, dirty joints, disco biscuits, disease, ditch, ditch weed, djamba, DMT, do a joint, do a line, do it jack, DOA, doctor, dog, dog food, dogie, dollar, dolls, domes, domestic, domex, dominoes, don jem, dona juana, dona juanita, doobee, doobie/dubbe/duby, doogie/doojee/dugie, dooley, dope, dope fiend, dope smoke, dopium, doradilla, dors and 4's, dots, doub, double breasted dealing, double bubble, double cross, double dome, double rock, double trouble, double up, double ups, double yoke, dove, dover's powder, downer, downie, draf weed, drag weed, dransp, draw up, dream, dream gum, dream stick, dreamer, dreams, dreck, drink, drivers, dropper, drowsy high, dry high, dub, dube, duby, duct, 'due, duji, dummy dust, durabolin, durog, duros, dust, dust joint, dust of angels, dusted parsley, dusting, dymethzine, dynamite, dyno, dyno-pure, earth, easing powder, eastside player, easy score, eating, ecstasy, egg, eight ball, eightball, eighth, el diablito, el diablo, electric Kool Aid, elephant, elephant tranquilizer, Elvis, embalming fluid, emergency gun, emsel, endo, energizer, enoltestovis, ephedrone, equipose, erth, esra, essence, estuffa, ET, Eve, explorers club, eye opener, factory, fake STP, fall, fallbrook redhair, famous dimes, fastin, fantasia, fat bags, fatty, feed bag, Felix the Cat, ferry dust, fi-do-nie, fields, fiend, fifteen cents, fifty-one, finajet/finaject, fine stuff, finger, finger lid, fir, fire, fire it up, first line, fish scales, five cent bag, five C note, five dollar bag, fives, fix, fizzies, flag, flake, flakes, flame cooking, flamethrowers, flash, flat blues, flat chunks, flatliners, flea powder, florida snow, flower, flower flipping, flower tops, fly Mexican airlines, flying, following that cloud, foo foo stuff, foo-foo dust, foolish powder, footballs, forget pill, forget me drug, 45 minute psychosis, forwards, fraho/frajo, freebase, freeze, french blue, french fries, fresh, friend, fries, frios, frisco special, frisco speedball, friskie powder, fry, fry daddy, fu, fuel, fuete, fuma d'angola, G.B., GHB, g-rock, g-shot, gaffel, gaffus, gage/gauge, gagers, gaggers, galloping horse, gamot, gange, gangster, gangster pills, ganja, gank, garbage, garbage heads, garbage rock, gash, gasper, gasper stick, gato, gauge butt, gee, geek, geek joints, geeker, geeze, geezer, geezin a bit of dee gee, Georgia home boy, George smack, get a gage up, get a gift, get down, get high, get lifted, get off, get off houses, get the wind, get through, getting roached, Ghana, ghost, ghost busting, gick monster, gift-of-the-sun, giggle smoke, giggle weed, gimmick, gimmie, gin, girl, girlfriend, giro houses, give wings, glacines, glad stuff, glading, glass, glass gun, glo, gluey, go-fast, go into a sewer, go loco, go on a sleigh ride, goblet of jam, God's flesh, God's medicine, God's drug, gold, gold dust, gold star, golden, golden dragon, golden eagle, golden girl, golden leaf, golf ball, golf balls, golpe, goma, gondola, gong, gonj, goob, good and plenty, good butt, good giggles, good go, good h, good lick, goodfellas, goody-goody, goof butt, goofball, goofers, goofy's, goon, goon dust, gopher, goric, gorilla tab, gorilla biscuits, gorilla pills, got it going on, graduate, gram, grape parfait, grass, grass brownies, grasshopper, grata, gravel, gravy, grease, great bear, great tobacco, green, green buds, green double domes, green dragons, green frog, green goddess, green gold, green goods, green leaves, green single domes, green tea, green wedge, greens/green stuff, greenies, greeter, greta, grey shields, griefo, griefs, grievous bodily harm, grifa, griff, griffa, griffo, grit, groceries, ground control, guma, gunga, gungeon, gungun, gunja, gutter, gutter junkie, gyve, H & C, H caps, hache, hail, haircut, hairy, half, half-a-C, half a football field, half G, half load, half moon, half piece, half track, hamburger helper, hand-to-hand, hand-to-hand man, hanhich, hanyak, happy cigarette, happy dust, happy powder, happy sticks, happy trails, hard candy, hard line, hard rock, hard stuff, hardware, Harry, harsh, hats, has, have a dust, haven dust, Hawaiian, Hawaiian sunshine, hawk, hay, hay butt, haze, hazel, HCP, head drugs, headlights, heart-on, hearts, heaven and hell, heaven dust, heavenly blue, heeled, Helen, hell dust, he-man, hemp, henpicking, Henry, Henry VIII, Herb, Herb and Al, herba, herms, hero, hero of the underworld, heroina, herone, hessle, highbeams, hikori, hikuli, Hinkley, hippie crack, hiropon, hit the hay, hit the house, hit the main line, hit the needle, hit the pit, hitch up the reindeers, hitter, hitting up, hocus, holding, hombre, hombrecitos, homegrown, honey, honey blunts, honey oil, honeymoon, hong-yen, hooch, hooked, hooter, hop/hops, hopped up, horn, horning, horse, horse heads, horse tracks, horse tranquilizer, hot dope, hot heroin, hot ice, hot load/hot shot, hot rolling, hot stick, hotcakes, house fee, house piece, How do you like me now?, hows, HRN, hubba, hubba pigeon, hubbas, huff, huffer, hulling, humpty-dumpty, hunter, hustle, hyatari, hydro, hype, hype stick, I am back, iboga, ice, ice cream habit, ice cube, icing, idiot pills, ill, illies, illy momo, inbetweens, Inca message, Indian boy, Indian hay, indica, Indian hemp, Indo, Indonesian bud, instaga, instagu, instant zen, interplanetary mission, isda, issues, jab/job, jack, jackpot, jack-up, jag, jam, jam cecil, Jamaican gold, Jane, jay smoke, Jay, Jee gee, Jefferson airplane, jellies, jelly, jelly baby, jelly bean, jelly beans, jet, jet fuel, Jim Jones, jive, jive doo jee, jive stick, Johnson, joint, jojee, jolly bean, jolly green, jolly pop, jolt, Jones, Jonesing, joy flakes, joy juice, joy plant, joy pop, joy popping, joy powder, joy smoke, joy stick, ju-ju, Juan Valdez, Juanita, juggle, juggler, jugs, juice, juice joint, juja, jum, jumbos, junk, junkie, junkie kits, K2, kabayo, kabuki, kaksonjae, kali, Kansas grass, kangaroo, kaps, Karachi, Kate bush, kaya, k-blast, kee, Kentucky blue, key, k-hole, khat, ki, Kibbles & Bits, kick, kick stick, kiddie dope, kiff, killer, killer green bud, killer joints, killer weed, kilo, kilter, kind, king bud, king ivory, King Kong pills, king's habit, kissing, kit, KJ, Kleenex, klingons, kokomo, koller joints, kools, kryptonite, krystal, krystal joint, kumba, KW, L.A. glass, L.A. ice, lace, lady, lady caine, lady snow, lakbay diva, lamborghini, las mujercitas, lason sa daga, late night, laugh and scratch, laughing gas, laughing grass, laughing weed, lay back, lay-out, leaky bolla, leaky leak, leaf, leapers, leaping, legal speed, lemon 714, lemon drop, lemonade, Lenos, lethal weapon, lettuce, lib , Librium, lid, lid proppers, light stuff, lightning, Lima, lime acid, line, Lipton Tea, liquid ecstasty, lit up, little bomb, little ones, little smoke, live ones, llesca, load, loaded, loaf, lobo, locker room, loco, locoweed, logor, loony toons, loused, love affair, love boat, love drug, love pearls, love pills, love trip, love weed, lovelies, lovely, LSD, lubage, Lucy in the sky with diamonds, ludes, luding out, luds, lunch money drugs, M&M, machinery, Macon, maconha, madman, mad dog, magic, magic dust, magic mushroom, magic smoke, main line, mainliner, make up, mama coca, Manhattan silver, marathons, mari, marshmallow reds, Mary, Mary and Johnny, Mary Ann, Mary Jane, Mary Jonas, Mary Warner, Mary Weaver, Maserati, matchbox, matsakow, maui wauie, Max, maxibolin, mayo, MDMA, mean green, medusa, meg, megg, meggie, mellow yellow, merchandise, Merck, merk, mesc, mescal, mese, messorole, meth, meth head, meth monster, meth speed ball, methatriol, methedrine, methlies quik, methyltestosterone, Mexican brown, Mexican crack, Mexican green, Mexican horse, Mexican locoweed, Mexican mud, Mexican mushroom, Mexican red, Mexican reds, Mexican valiums, mezc, Mickey Finn, Mickey's, microdot, midnight oil, Mighty Quinn, Mighty Joe Young, mighty mezz, mind detergent, mini beans, minibennie, mint leaf, mint weed, mira, miss, Miss Emma, missile basing, mission, mist, mister blue, mixed jive, modams, mohasky, mojo, monkey, monkey dust, monkey tranquilizer, monoamine oxidase, monos, monte, mooca/moocah, moon, moon gas, moonrock, mooster, moota/mutah, mooters, mootie, mootos, mor a grifa, more, morf, morning shoot, morning wake-up, morotgara, morpho, mortal combat, mosquitos, mota/moto, mother, mother's little helper, mouth worker, movie star drug, mow the grass, mu, mud, muggie, muggles, mujer, mule, murder one, murder 8, mushrooms, musk, muta, mutha, muzzle, nail, nailed, nanoo, nebbies, nemmies, new acid, new addition, new magic, New Jack Swing, Nexus, nice and easy, nickel bag, nickel deck, nickel note, nickelonians, niebla, nigra, nimbies, nineteen, nix, nod, noise, nontoucher, nose, nose candy, nose drops, nose stuff, nose powder, nubs, nugget, nuggets, number, octane, ogoy, oil, Old Steve, on a mission, on a trip, on ice, on the bricks, on the nod, one and one, one box tissue, one on one house, one-fifty-one, one plus one sales, one way, oolies, ope, optical illusions, orange barrels, orange crystal, orange cubes, orange haze, orange micro, orange wedges, oranges, outerlimits, owsley, owsley's acid, oyster stew, Oz, ozone, PCP, PCPA, p-dope, p-funk, pack, pack a bowl, pack of rocks, pakalolo, Pakistani black, Panama cut, Panama gold, Panama red, panatella, panckes and syrup, pane, pangonadalot, panic, paper, paper acid, paper bag, paper blunts, paper boy, parabolin, parachute, paradise, paradise white, parlay, parsley, paste, pat, patico, paz, peace, peace pill, peace tablets, peace weed, peaches, peanut, peanut butter, pearl, pearls, pearly gates, pebbles, peddlar, pee wee, peep, peg, pellets, pen yan, pep pills, pepsi habit, perfect high, perico, perlas, perp, Peter Pan, peth, Peruvian, Peruvian flake, Peruvian lady, peyote, phennies, phenos, pianoing, piece, piedras, pig killer, piles, pimp, pimp your pipe, pin gon, pin yen, ping-in-wing, pingus, pink blotters, pink hearts, pink ladies, Pink Panther, pink robots, pink wedge, pink witches, pipe, pipero, pit, pixies, plant, pocket rocket, pod, poison, point, poke, pole, pollutants, polvo, polvo blanco, polvo de angel, polvo de estrellas, pony, poor man's pot, pop, poppers, poppy, pot, potato, potato chips, potlikker, potten bush, powder, powder diamonds, power puller, pox, predator, prescription, press, pretendica, pretendo, primo, primobolan, primos, proviron, pseudocaine, Puff the dragon, puffer, puffy, pulborn, pullers, pumping, pure, pure love, purple, purple barrels, purple haze, purple hearts, purple flats, purple ozoline, purple rain, push, push shorts, pusher, qat, quad, quarter, quarter bag, quarter moon, quarter piece, quartz, quas, Queen Ann's lace, quicksilver, quill, quinolone, racehorse charlie, ragweed, railroad weed, rainbow, rainbows, rainy day woman, Rambo, rane, rangood, rap, raspberry, rasta weed, raw, raw fusion, raw hide, rave, razed, ready rock, recompress, recycle, red and blue, red bullets, red bud, red caps, red cross, red chicken, red devil, red dirt, reds, red eagle, red lips, red phosphorus, redneck cocaine, reefer, regular p, reindeer dust, rest in peace, Reynolds, rhine, rhythm, rib, riding the wave, rig, righteous bush, ringer, rip, rippers, roach, roach clip, roaches, road dope, roapies, roasting, robutal, roca, rochas dos, roche, rock attack, rock house, rock, rocks, rocket caps, rocket fuel, rockets, rockette, rocks of hell, rock star, Rocky III, roid rage, roller, rollers, rolling, roofies, rooster, root, rope, rophies, rophy, roples, Rosa, Rose Marie, roses, rough stuff, rox, Roxanne, row-shay, royal blues, roz, ruderalis, ruffies, ruffles, runners, running, rush, rush snappers, russian sickles, sack, sacrament, sacre mushroom, Sacred mushroom, salt, salt and pepper, Sam, sancocho, sandoz, sandwich, Santa Marta, sasfras, Satan's secret, satch, satch cotton, sativa, scaffle, scag, scat, scate, schmeck, schoolboy, schoolcraft, scissors, scooby snacks, scoop, score, scorpion, Scott, Scottie, Scotty, scramble, scrape and snort, scratch, scruples, scuffle, seccy, second to none, seeds, seggy, sen, seni, serial speedballing, sernyl, Serpico 21, server, sess, set, sevenup, sewer, sezz, shabu, shake, sharps, sheets, sheet rocking, sherm, Shermans, sherm sticks, sherms, shit, shmeck/schmeek, shoot, shoot/shoot up, shoot the breeze, shooting gallery, shot, shot down, shrooms, siddi, sightball, Silly Putty, Simple Simon, sinse, sinsemilla, sixty-two, skee, skeegers, skeezers, sketching, skid, skied, skin popping, skuffle, skunk, slab, slam, slammin', slamming, slanging, sleeper, sleet, sleigh ride, slick superspeed, slime, smack, smears, smoking, smoke, smoke a bowl, Smoke Canada, smoke-out, smoking gun, snap, snappers, sniff, sniffer bags, snop, snort, snorts, snot, snot balls, snow, snowball, snow bird, snowcones, snow pallets, snow seals, snow soke, snow white, soap dope, society high, soda, softballs, soles, soma, Somali, somatomax, sopers, spaceball, space base, space cadet, space dust, space ship, spark it up, Sparkle Plenty, sparklers, Special "K", special la coke, speed, speedball, speed boat, speed freak, speed for lovers, spider blue, spike, spivias, splash, spliff, splim, split, splivins, spoon, spores, sporting, spray, sprung, square mackerel, square time Bob, squirrel, stack, stacking, star, stardust, star-spangled powder, stash, stash areas, stat, steerer, stem, stems, step on, stick, stink weed, stoned, stones, stoppers, stove top, STP, straw, strawberries, strawberry, Strawberry Quick, strawberry fields, strung out, stuff, stumbler, sugar, sugar block, sugar cubes, sugar lumps, sugar weed, sunshine, super, super acid, super C, super grass, super ice, super joint, super kools, super weed, supergrass, Superman, surfer, sweet Jesus, sweet Lucy, sweet stuff, sweets, swell up, swishers, synthetic cocaine, synthetic THT, tabs, tail lights, taima, taking a cruise, Takkouri, Tango & Cash, tar, tardust, taste, taxing, T-buzz, tea, tea party, teardrops, Tecate, tecatos, teenage, teeth, tension, tex-mex, Texas pot, Texas tea, Thai sticks, THC, the beast, the c, the devil, the witch, Therobolin, thing, thirst monsters, thirteen, thoroughbred, thrust, thrusters, thumb, tic, tic tac, ticket, tie, tin, tish, tissue, titch, TNT, toilet water, toke, toke up, toncho, tooles, tools, toot, tooties, Tootsie Roll, top gun, topi, tops, torch, torch cooking, torch up, torpedo, toss up, totally spent, toucher, tout, toxy, toys, TR-6s, track, tracks, tragic magic, trails, trank, tranq, trap, trays, travel agent, trip, troop, trophobolene, truck drivers, tuie, turbo, turf, turkey, turnabout, turned on, tutti-frutti, tweak mission, tweaker, tweaking, tweek, tweeker, twenty, twenty-five, twist, twists, twistum, two for nine, 2-for-1 sale, ultimate, uncle, Uncle Milty, unkie, up against the stem, uppers, uppies, ups and downs, utopiates, Uzi, vega, viper's weed, vodka acid, wac, wack, wacky weed, wake ups, wasted, water, wave, wedding bells, wedge, weed, weed tea, weightless, west coast, west coast turnarounds, wet, whack, wheat, when-shee, whicked, whippets, white, white ball, white boy, white cloud, white cross, white dust, white ghost, white girl, white-haired lady, white horizon, white horse, white junk, white lady, white lightning, white mosquito, white nurse, White Owsley's, white powder, white stuff, white sugar, white tornado, whiteout, whites, whiz bang, whoop-de-do, wild cat, window glass, window pane, wings, Winstrol, Winstrol V, witch, Witch Hazel, wobble weed, wolf, wollie, wonder star, woolah, woolas, woolies, wooly blunts, working, working half, works, worm, wrecking crew, X-ing, XTC, Yahoo, yale, yeh, yellow, yellow bam, yellow bullets, yellow dimples, yellow fever, yellow jackets, yellow submarine, yellow sunshine, yen pop, Yen Shee Suey, yen sleep, Yerba, Yerba mala, yesca, yesco, yeyo, yimyom, ying yang, Zacatecas purple, zambi, zen, zero, zig zag man, zip, zol, zombie, zombie weed, zooie, zoom, zoomers, etc.  On the other hand, it is difficult to imagine a case in which every imaginable drug term is included in one sentence, except on a page like this!

What do I look like, a pharmacist?  I don't know anything about Adapin, Adrafinil, Alprazolam, Amantadine, Amineptine, Amitriptyline, Amoxapine, Anafranil, Antabuse, Artane, Asendin, Ativan, Aventyl, Benadryl, Benztropine, Buprenorphine, Bupropion, Buspar, Buspirone, Calan, Calcium Carbimide, Captagon, Carfentanil, Capecitabine, Carbamazepine, Carbolith, Celexa, Chlordiazepoxide, Chlorpromazine, Cibalith-S, Citalopram Hydrobromide, Clomipramine, Clonazepam, Clopixol, Clozapine, Clozaril, Cogentin, Cyclobenzaprine, Cylert, Dalmane, Depakene, Depakote, Desipramine, Desyrel, Dexedrine, Dextroamphetamine, Diazepam, Diazepam, Dilantin, Diphenhydramine, Disulfiram, Divalproex Sodium, Doxepin, Duralith, Edronax, Effexor, Elavil, Endep, Epitol, Epival, Ethosuximide, Eskalith, Etrafon, Flecainide, Fluanxol, Fluoxetine, Flupenthixol, Fluphenazine Decanoate, Flurazepam, Fluvoxamine, Gabapentin, Halcion, Haldol, Haloperidol, Imipramine, Inderal, Imovane, Isoptin, Janimine, Ketamine, Klonopin, Lamictal, Lamotrigine, Largactil, Lamotrigine, Levoprome, Lexapro, Libritabs, Librium, Lithane, Lithium Carbonate, Lithizine, Lithobid, Lithonate, Lithotabs, Lorazepam, Loxapac, Loxapine, Loxitane, Ludiomil, Luvox, Manerix, Maprotiline, Mellaril, Merital, Mesoridazine, Methotrimeprazine, Methylphenidate, Mianserin, Mitragynine, Mirtazapine, Moclobemide, Modafinil, Modecate, Mysoline, Nardil, Navane, Nefazodone, Noradrenaline, Norpramin, Nortriptyline, Nozinan, Olanzapine, Orap, Oxazepam, Pamelor, Parnate, Paroxetine, Paxil, Pemoline, Permitil, Perphenazine, Pertofrane, Phenelzine, Phenytoin, Pimozide, Piperidine, Pipotiazine Palmitate, Piportil, Primidone, Prolixin, Propranolol, Protriptyline, Prozac, Quetiapine, Reboxetine, Restoril, Rhotrimine, Risperdal, Risperidone, Ritalin, Rivotril, Sabril, Serax, Serentil, Seroquel, Sertraline, Serzone, Siinequan, Stelazine, Sulpiride, Surmontil, Symmetrel, T-Quil, Tegretol, Temazepam, Temposil, Thioridazine, Thiothixene, Thorazine, Tianeptine, Tofranil, Tomoxetine, Tranylcypromine, Trazodone, Triazolam, Trifluoperazine, Trihexyphenidyl, Trilafon, Trimipramine, Triptil, Valium, Valproate, Valproic Acid, Valrelease, Venlafaxine, Verapamil, Vigabatrin, Vivactil, Wellbutrin, Xanax, Xylazine, Yohimbine, Zarontin, Zoloft, Zopiclone, Zuclopenthixol, or Zyprexa.

Of course, if you are interested in compiling your own huge list of drug (slang or technical) terms, you could read these pages:
Chemical database
Drug Industry Document Archive
A Dictionary of Slang Drug Terms [PDF]
Several Lists of Drug Slang and Street Slang
Technical names for cocaine
Drug Slang & Terminology Vault
Slang Drug Terms
Stuff they only give to horses
Stuff they only give to the mentally ill
Another list of psychiatric medications
List of psychoactive drugs
Drug slang in the Urban Dictionary
Drugs of Dependence Regulations [RTF] (Australia)
Appendix D Substances [PDF] (Australia)
Kentucky Scheduled Drug List 1 [RTF]

The General Assembly of North Carolina seems to have spent all day talking about various depressants, such as Alprazolam, Barbital, Bromazepam, Camazepam, Chloral betaine, Chloral hydrate, Chlordiazepoxide, Clobazam, Clonazepam, Clorazepate, Clotiazepam, Cloxazolam, Delorazepam, Diazepam, Estazolam, Ethchlorvynol, Ethinamate, Ethyl loflazepate, Fludiazepam, Flunitrazepam, Flurazepam, Halazepam, Haloxazolam, Ketazolam, Loprazolam, Lorazepam, Lormetazepam, Mebutamate, Medazepam, Meprobamate, Methohexital, Methylphenobarbital (mephobarbital), Midazolam, Nimetazepam, Nitrazepam, Nordiazepam, Oxazepam, Oxazolam, Paraldehyde, Petrichloral, Phenobarbital, Pinazepam, Prazepam, Quazepam, Temazepam, Tetrazepam, Triazolam, Zolpidem, and Zaleplon.

The South Dakota revised schedule of controlled substances essentially duplicates the federal controlled substances list, and is then followed by this pronouncement:  "Whereas, this Act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this Act shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval."  Usually, when laws are put into effect at top speed, it is for the purpose of deception.  After all, it's not as if all these controlled substances suddenly materialized the previous day.  Similarly, whenever you hear a politician announce that the Congress will have to pass a particular law so we can all find out what's in it, that's a truly dangerous individual.  But I understand you probably didn't come to this page for political discussions of that sort.  Or did you?

North Carolina has the same list, but without the declaration of an emergency.

If you really want to raise some eyebrows, start chattering about capecitabine, also known as Xeloda — a drug with some astonishing side effects.

You could have written this web page yourself, because there are numerous places on the internet to find street names for Ecstasy, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Depressants, Designer Drugs, Opium, or Phencyclidine (PCP).

Street names for drugs (and slang terms in general) are sometimes rather amusing, in a pathetic way.  Rohypnol (Flunitrazepam) is sometimes known as Circles, Forget me drug, Forget pill, Forget-me pill, Getting roached, Using, La Rocha, Lunch money drug, Mexican valium, Pingus, R-2, Reynolds, Rib, Roach-2, Roaches, Roachies, Roapies, Robutal, Rochas dos, Roche, Roofies, Rope, Rophies, Rophy, Ropies, Roples, Row-shay, Ruffies, Ruffles, The five way, Wolfies, papas, peanuts, or pastas.  Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) is sometimes known as Grievous bodily harm, easy lay, Liquid Ecstasy, G, gib, Salty water, Scoop, Soap, liquid x, or nitro.  Ketamine hydrochloride is sometimes known as Special K, Kit Kat, Vitamin K, K, Elephant Tranquilizer, super K, keets, super acid, jet, or cat valiums.  Amyl nitrite is sometimes known as Aimes, Aimies, Ames, Amys, Boppers, Pearls, or Poppers.  Alpha-ethyltryptamine is often called Alpha-ET, ET, Love pearls, Love pills, or Trip.  Benzocaine is sometimes called Coco snow, Comeback, Flat chunks, or Potato chips.  Mescaline is also known as Beans, Buttons, Cactus, Cactus buttons, Cactus head, Chief, Love flipping, Love trip, Mesc, Mescal, Mese, Mezc, Moon, Peyote, Snackies, or Topi.  Some people refer to Isobutyl nitrite as Aroma of men, Bolt, Bullet, Climax Crack, Hardware, Locker room, Poppers, Quicksilver, Rush, Rush Snappers, Snappers, Thrust, or Whiteout.  Methaqualone, which is known as 714s, Karachi, Ludes, Sporos, is not to be confused with Methcathinone, which some people know as Bathtub speed, Cadillac express, Cat, Crank, Ephedrone, Gagers, Gaggers, Go-fast, Goob, Khat, Qat, Slick superspeed, Sniff, Somali tea, Star, Stat, The C, Tweeker, Wild cat, or Wonder star.  Incidentally, Khat is a natural stimulant found in the leaves of the Catha edulis plant, a flowering evergreen native to East Africa.  Khat was placed on the Schedule I Federal Controlled Substance list in 1993.  I've never heard of Nexus, but apparently it goes by the name of 2CB, which is an abbreviation of 2-(4-Bromo-2,5 diethoxy-phenyl)-ethylamine, or by names such as Banana split, BDMPEA, Bromo, MFT, Party pack, Spectrum, Toonies, or Venus.  While researching the material used on this page, I learned that Clonazepam is similar in pharmacology to benzodiazepine and diazepine.  I also discovered that monkeys treated with Nabilone at doses as high as 2mg/kg/day for a year experienced no significant adverse events.  Dogs given the same dosage weren't so fortunate.  I'm sure you know that nitrous oxide has been known for years as Laughing Gas by dental patients everywhere, but it is also called Buzz bomb, NOX, Shoot the breeze, or Whippets.  Oxycodone is most commonly known as OxyContin, but there are people who refer to it as Blue, Cotton, Hillbilly heroin, OCs, Os, Ox, Oxicotten, Oxy 80's, Oxycet, or just Pills.  Ritalin (methylphenidate) goes by the street names of Crackers, One and Ones, Poor man's heroin, Ritz, Vitamin R, and West Coast.  Peyote is also known as Bad seed, Britton, Half moon, Hikori, Hikuli, Hyatari, Nubs, P, Seni, or Tops.  1,4-butanediol is sometimes known as BD, Weight Belt Cleaner, Serenity, Thunder Nectar, or Revitalize Plus.  Phencyclidine (PCP) is also known as angel dust, ozone, wack, or rocket fuel.  And of course methylenedioxymethamphetamine is more commonly known as MDMA or Ecstasy, but you might also hear it referred to as ADAM, candy canes, disco biscuit, doves, E, eckie, essence, hug drug, love drug, M&M, rolls, white doves, or just plain X.

More technical terms can be found by searching for words like methylenedioxymethamphetamine, flunitrazepam, ketamine hydrochloride, gamma-hydroxybutyrate, Procaine, Psilocybin, Scopolamine, estradiol, prochlorperazine, ergotamine tartrate, nitroglycerin, buprenorphine, epinephrine, methyltestosterone, triazolam, dronabinol, nabilone, and piroxicam.  For example, only a geek would know what "8-Azabicyclo[3.2.1]octane-2-carboxylic acid, 3-(benzoyloxy)-8-methyl-, methyl ester, [1R-(exo,exo)]-" really is.

Tell your doctor if you experience amnesia, euphoria, hallucinations, psychosis, seizures, coma, or death, as these may be signs of serious side effects.

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