Russian roulette is not a game anyone should play. Legalising drugs is not only playing Russian roulette with children, it is slipping a couple of extra bullets into the chamber.
People come back from skiing holidays, infected people docking from cruises, people coming from highly infected areas and just walk into the country. The whole world is playing Russian roulette. It is up to governments and the people of every country to change this foolish behaviour. If not, then the world’s population will be paying the price.
Tory Eurosceptics are playing 'Russian Roulette' by trying to kill of Theresa May's Chequers plan and could trigger the most serious crisis in centuries, Lord Hague warned today.
A game of Russian roulette is still being played on the streets of Angus as the trade in so-called legal highs moves further underground, according to experts.
I doubt it. I would say that whoever “won” might be charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Abusing drugs and alcohol or eating until being sick or having unprotected sex with a stranger could be considered similar to playing Russian Roulette. It is a gamble with one’s own life, but what are the rewards? The human brain has a section of it known as Nucleus Accumbens, which plays a part in receiving pleasure signals of Dopamine which is the chemical transmitted into the brain’s.
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Sergeant Scott Har-greave, who heads up the force’s drugs team, said: “People are playing Russian Roulette with their lives by taking these unknown substances because they have no idea what.