View full artist profile. View all similar artists. View all trending tracks. Loading player…. Scrobble from Spotify? Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Search Search. These synchronized brainwaves are associated with a variety of meditative and hypnogogic states. To find out, I headed to idoseraudio. The manual stressed that, just like most drug experiences, the environment in which one listens to the tracks is fundamentally important in creating their intended effect. The recommendation was to find a quiet space free from distractions and lie down comfortably with your eyes closed while listening to the beats on headphones.
The headphones are fundamentally important, as they are the only way to properly deliver the two distinct beats into each ear. So, in the middle of the workday, I closed the curtain, turned off my phone, got comfortable on the couch, closed my eyes and went on sonic bender. It went like this:. Acid: Each track is layered with the beats — which are barely perceptible because of their ultra-low frequencies — and accompanied by a sort of white noise and a layer of either music or other sound effects.
The effect of this ten minutes of ambient noise was a mellow, meditative, and slightly spaced out feeling of deep relaxation. Physically, the track made me feel slightly dizzy.
Cocaine: This track produced a very pleasant all over tinging sensation in my body and kind of made me want to dance, which seems approximately correct in terms of mimicking the effects of actual cocaine. All of these sensations went away the moment the track ended. Ecstacy: This most noticeable and somewhat distracting element of this track was the sound of two people having sex, complete with eventual climax and what sounded like spanking.
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The inmates set rules for the living area and even vote before switching the television channel. While his cell block is peaceful and productive, he knows much of the jail is not and that idleness can breed unrest. Lee said, "but you can't just lock up a lot of people and not give them anything to do. The correction problem has fallen to Michael P. Jacobson, who was appointed acting commissioner in January, after Anthony J.
Schembri resigned during an inquiry into whether he met the city's residency requirement. It's among the most difficult budgeting tasks in city government.
The department has little say over the size of its population. The Police Department controls the flow into jails by making arrests, and those numbers are rising. The courts and district attorneys control the flow out of the jails by disposing of cases. But to meet its tight budget for next year, the department is counting on the city to cut the average time in jail for accused criminals by 6 days, to 40 days.
Speeding up the city's criminal case system has long been a concern of various agencies, and there has been some success at doing so in recent years. But without significant success soon to reduce the jails' average daily population, the department could face even deeper cuts in staff.
Jacobson fears that could threaten security. Jacobson, who is also the probation commissioner and a former Dinkins administration budget official. The department is reviewing all of its operations, searching for ways to save money.
Paradoxically, that may mean restoring some inmate services, like drug treatment, and hiring several hundred more correction officers as a way of reducing overtime costs, Mr.
Jacobson said. He said the department will use new jail beds, due to open in the summer, as drug treatment centers, replacing two-thirds of the treatment beds cut over the last year. Jacobson said running the new jail units as drug treatment centers requires fewer officers, and will save money.
Some changes save money and reduce violence. In making some changes, the department is likely to face a fight from inmate advocates. Officials want relief from court orders and consent decrees that govern all aspects of jail life, from the schedule for window washing to the time inmates are locked in for the night.
If the city says it doesn't have enough money to treat them humanely, they should have less people in jail. One challenge is expected to come when the department seeks to increase jail space by housing sentenced inmates in a part of an old jail that a judge has already found unfit for detainees awaiting trial. Another court ruling likely to be challenged requires a full medical exam, including chest X-rays, on any new inmate, even if the inmate is re-entering jail after having left a few days before.
But rules more basic to the operation of the jails are to be reviewed, including staffing levels and other security matters. Jacobson said the city is not trying to evade constitutional responsibilities, but it simply wants to operate the jails within its means.
Yet others, like Mr.Album: They Eat Their Own Single?: #10 on Billboard Modern Rock Tracks in January of I don't buy your true life stories 'cause I've seen the way you lie but I don't mind the things you tell me because I know we'll say anything to get by but when we're together somehow I feel better my disease always tricks me I believe you can fix me you're insane.