Small Town Ecstasy

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This documentary is about Scott, a 40-year-old divorced father, his four children; Job (20), Craig (18), Heather (15) and Sam (13).

Scott has been introduced to the rave scene, and Ecstasy, by Craig. The two of them go out on the weekends, with some of Craigs friends, and stay up all night, dancing in a drug-fueled trance. Occasionally, they bring Heather and Sam along for the ride. While some Dad’s might fancy a trip to the park or to a game, Scott prefers the drug soaked night life for his precious little ones. Hes also aware of his role as a protector.

The second half revolves around his legal problems, the extremely limited, supervised custody hes grudgingly granted, and the tear-stained faces of his children, who want to see him as much as he wants to see them. Or maybe they just want to do more drugs with pop, who knows. Regardless, it makes for one of the most fascinating and controversial documentaries out there.

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  • Fcosgrov

    That selfish idiot’s midlife crisis was downright hard to watch! 

  • Fcosgrov

    That selfish idiot’s midlife crisis was downright hard to watch! 

  • Anonymous

    This is so sad. The son who graduated from the Army even goes to jail. This man should not have ANY contact with his kids and they are GREAT kids too!

  • Anonymous

    This is so sad. The son who graduated from the Army even goes to jail. This man should not have ANY contact with his kids and they are GREAT kids too!

    • milo

      Adderal is an amphetamine too. does that mean that every parent who encourages their kid to take it should never be able to see their kids again as well? you can use the adhd excuse all you want, but do you know how basic and inaccurate the test, and i use that term loosely, for adhd is? look it up online. the fact is that the man served his debt with jail, fines, and counseling. we should not punish the child for the sins of the father.

  • Ellie

    Sickening!

  • Shane

    horrifying … and I’ve been there

  • Shane

    horrifying … and I’ve been there

  • JJ Jabs

    People would be excused for thinking this documentary was satirical.

    BaltimoreJen, the kids encourage each other to take ecstacy (including the 13 year-old), so if you call these kids great I would hate to see what you call bad.

    • Anonymous

      The kids are following the lead of the Dad. Take away the drugs and look at the kids themselves. They have a good shot at a great life and a Mother who will be there to keep them on track. I would hope you can see what I’m trying to say. I have seen what drugs can do to a family living here in Baltimore, so yes, I have seen “bad”. The Dad is bad, the kids are being kids. I’ll be praying for this family. Drugs are everywhere in Baltimore and I see hope for the kids based on what I’ve seen in my city.

  • JJ Jabs

    People would be excused for thinking this documentary was satirical.

    BaltimoreJen, the kids encourage each other to take ecstacy (including the 13 year-old), so if you call these kids great I would hate to see what you call bad.

  • Anonymous

    WEAKEST DAD IN THE WORLD.

  • Untouchables

    Does rave parties still exist? I thought that was it was a mid-  or late 90`ies phenomenon…Nevermind.
    A 40 year old extremely pathetic, irresponsible dad, I must say. It`s just sad to watch this.

    • Yumpladukfoo

      @ you and catnip…..why is it pathetic to “party” with your dad? I smoked weed with my dad once and haven’t done it since. That was 30 years ago. If Xtasy releases this family’s true feelings, then what is wrong with that? Drugs are prescribed on a daily basis for people with “psychological disorders” everyday……why not this one? Well, for one thing, the FDA has been trying hard to govern this drug and get it under control for Big Pharma to regulate and patent for their benefit. Don’t be judgmental without KNOWING the facts.  

    • Guest

      Certainly much better to try drugs with/from your Dad that with/from extremely sketchy people. Ecstasy was used in group therapy for years before it was made illegal. If Ecstasy helps this family express themselves to one another then who are you to judge? The father is there making sure his children are responsible and safe, which I think is better for his kids than a Dad who pretends drugs don’t exist so his kids have to go find them and take them elsewhere.

    • Ayatolaz

      PATHETIC IS GIVE YOUR CHILDREN ALCOHOL OR NICOTINE. YOU KNOW THAT NICOTINE IS MORE ADDICTIVE THAN CRACK COCAINE? YOU KNOW THAT ALCOHOL IS MORE DESTRUCTIVE THAN HEROIN, CODEINE OR MORPHINE?

    • Ayatolaz

      PATHETIC IS GIVE YOUR CHILDREN ALCOHOL OR NICOTINE. YOU KNOW THAT NICOTINE IS MORE ADDICTIVE THAN CRACK COCAINE? YOU KNOW THAT ALCOHOL IS MORE DESTRUCTIVE THAN HEROIN, CODEINE OR MORPHINE?

    • Ayatolaz

      PATHETIC IS GIVE YOUR CHILDREN ALCOHOL OR NICOTINE. YOU KNOW THAT NICOTINE IS MORE ADDICTIVE THAN CRACK COCAINE? YOU KNOW THAT ALCOHOL IS MORE DESTRUCTIVE THAN HEROIN, CODEINE OR MORPHINE?

  • catnip

    I like to experiment because that’s just my personality. I’ve tried ecstasy, mdma, ketamine, coke, liquid x (g) but I always made sure that there was always “me” in there. I made sure not to take it overboard and had my limits. I would NEVER want my future kids trying it even though I have. I also can’t see myself partying with my dad. lol! That’s just wrong. I think there’s a time and place for everything.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1147292651 Chrystl Zellweger

      so for you to make ur experience is ok but not for your kids??

  • TymonsBass

    Chill out people, there are much worse parents out there! A lot of kids hate their parents for being too strict, I bet these kids and many of their peers think this is the coolest dad ever. And its not as uncommon as you think!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Candice-Peg-Gallagher/1609413587 Candice ‘Peg’ Gallagher

      Yeah im sure they’ll think their dad is super great when they have completley fucked up their brains with that shit their “wonderfull” father is giving them.
      You’re just as stupid as that pathetic excuse for a father.
      By the way i speak from experience with that drug and i regret every moment of it. I will be on medication for the rest of my life because of it. Shame on you and that piece of shit father.

      • Joel

        What condition do you have and what medication are you taking for it?
        I started ecstasy at 14 and had no serious side effects other than a late graduation. I’m not condoning giving children drugs, especially a father, but whenever people get into the debate of drugs fucking brains I’ve always been on the over hyped side of the debate from my own personal experience.

        • flamingAlchemist

          Anecdotal evidence is nice and all, but the scientific fact is that your brain is in a developing state until approximately age 25 or so. Taking drugs that affect the neurotransmitters and receptors may have adverse long-term reactions in the user of said drugs. I am very happy that you show no signs of long-term damage, but please do not post anecdotes as facts. Doing so may cause the spread of misinformation.

      • Ayatolaz

        I thing you are taking medications for other reasons. And Ectasy that is not pure MDMA is full of shit. Just like Heroin. MDMA is a therapeutic drug, with a great potential for do good things

      • Nunya Dambinness

        “By the way i speak from experience with that drug”

        So you “completley fucked up” YOUR brain, and yet you’re stupid enough to think we’ll give a shit about your opinion?

      • milo

        you are not on medication from a disorder caused by mdma. let me guess, you take dilantin for epilepsy, which was probably hereditary or brought on by abusing benzos or soma. please give me one example of your mdma caused affliction and the medication you take for it. if it was honestly brought on by a pill you took than that pill was not mdma, which means you were a dummy for buying bad drugs from an unknown source.

      • milo

        you are not on medication from a disorder caused by mdma. let me guess, you take dilantin for epilepsy, which was probably hereditary or brought on by abusing benzos or soma. please give me one example of your mdma caused affliction and the medication you take for it. if it was honestly brought on by a pill you took than that pill was not mdma, which means you were a dummy for buying bad drugs from an unknown source.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1147292651 Chrystl Zellweger

        well just because you had a bad experience whit it doesn’t mean everyone does…some people can take drugs some better not and you are one of them.

  • Harry Somexp12

    Wow. 40 year old man dresses like a 13 year old. That says enough by itself, let alone the drugs.

  • Harry Somexp12

    Wow. 40 year old man dresses like a 13 year old. That says enough by itself, let alone the drugs.

  • Harry Somexp12

    Gelled hair, cargo pants, upside down cap. I think his son taught him that as well.

  • julie

    really bad …i think hes discusting to say the least .. we all hope our kids never touch drugs of any kind let alone condone it .. why isnt  docs involved ?????

    • milo

      its spelled disgusting

    • milo

      its spelled disgusting

    • Eliefiagan

      Was that English you tried to speak?

  • Miahmoe2

    Father of the year right there..what a dumb ass.

  • SylvanaDarkmyst

    I live in this community and have met this guy, not a real winner

  • SylvanaDarkmyst

    His wife was a total nosy cunt though 

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Candice-Peg-Gallagher/1609413587 Candice ‘Peg’ Gallagher

      If that was the father of MY children, i’d be a nosy cunt too!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Candice-Peg-Gallagher/1609413587 Candice ‘Peg’ Gallagher

      If that was the father of MY children, i’d be a nosy cunt too!

  • Troy

    corporate fatty food stuff.  If i saw one more goddamn Adidas logo I would have no choice but begin to think that the next major sport would be how many of my kids i could bring to rave day.  MRI’s are still incapable of telling you how many years you did coke or heroin or acid or E.  Viewing this makes you fucking stupid and I am stupid for having viewed this; don’t make the same mistake I did.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Candice-Peg-Gallagher/1609413587 Candice ‘Peg’ Gallagher

    Heartbreaking, discusting, horrible. What a disgracfull excuse for a father. It makes me sick to see those young children being fed this shit by someone who is suppose to look after them. I really hope his children get taken away from him and he dies a lonely old man.

    • milo

      you are a sick, sad little person. anyone with a heart would simply hope that everything turns out okay, for the kids and father alike. we all make mistakes and its easy to cast the first stone. i just hope when you fuck up someone is there to help you, although judging by your comments on this board i am not sure friends are your strong suit. it also shows how out of touch you are that you think group homes are the answer. go to your states youth authority and ask how many inmates came from group homes.. by the way, i raved from 95 to 01 and guess what? this fall i start grad school at ucla… believe all the junk science you want, but search a little closer and you will find that all of those “hole in the brain” studies were fabrications paid for by anti drug associations.. you know, the same ones that used to claim pot made you a homicidal maniac rapist. judge not less ye be judged yourself.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1147292651 Chrystl Zellweger

        totally agree whit u

    • milo

      you are a sick, sad little person. anyone with a heart would simply hope that everything turns out okay, for the kids and father alike. we all make mistakes and its easy to cast the first stone. i just hope when you fuck up someone is there to help you, although judging by your comments on this board i am not sure friends are your strong suit. it also shows how out of touch you are that you think group homes are the answer. go to your states youth authority and ask how many inmates came from group homes.. by the way, i raved from 95 to 01 and guess what? this fall i start grad school at ucla… believe all the junk science you want, but search a little closer and you will find that all of those “hole in the brain” studies were fabrications paid for by anti drug associations.. you know, the same ones that used to claim pot made you a homicidal maniac rapist. judge not less ye be judged yourself.

  • Jhughes400

    there is nothing wrong with taking ecstacy, apart from the few days after where you feel extremely ill.
    although i agree that this guy is definatly haveing a mid life crisis, but to be fair he didnt drink and do drugs when he was a teenager so now its his time. Also he seems to be a very loveing father.

  • Jhughes400

    although letting his 13yr old kid do a pill was not good

  • http://twitter.com/TjPercipere Tashi

    The thing that I dislike about the anti-brigade is that their opinions are biased toward a moral imperative that is not based on empirical evidence. That said, giving a child anything that can potentially harm their development legal or not needs to carefully evaluated.

    Further, people need to realise that the vast majority of drugs that cause serious harm are those that are regulated or require a prescription. There is a large body of reliable and statistically significant data that evidences this claim, for anyone who cares to do the research. For the incapable begin with the documentary big-pharma.

    At least think about your own socialisation and the historic basis upon which your assumptions are based.

  • Blizzguy420

    as bas as this looks this isnt really that un common go to a rave and you will see young ass kids taking pills its crazy

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HYOGR66FFEKE7GHETU2SRLBDTY Jesse

    that mans retarded 

  • Ayatolaz

    MDMA or Ectasy is a drug with positive and therapeutics effects

  • Ayatolaz

    MDMA or Ectasy is a drug with positive and therapeutics effects

  • amelie

    “if jesus was here, he’d probably go to a rave” ha ha ha ha ha!! 

    midlife crisis to the extreme… and as for the matching eminem hairstyles…..

  • sharpeejable

    To be fair 13 is probably too young, but in a sense i can understand his rationale, my parents let me have the odd half pint of beer from when i was 12 and i wouldn’t say its turned me into an alcoholic, quite the opposite in fact, To give credit to him his kids generally do seem to be well adjusted despite or perhaps because of their dads ecstacy use. Ecstacy by the way is a far less harmfull drug than ecstacy, while a dependance can build up, it is more psychological than physical, e.g. you don’t crave it, you just feel strange in certain settings without it, sooner or later he’ll get bored with it, in much the same way his 18 year old son did, as did myself and 95% of other users.

  • sharpeejable

    To be fair 13 is probably too young, but in a sense i can understand his rationale, my parents let me have the odd half pint of beer from when i was 12 and i wouldn’t say its turned me into an alcoholic, quite the opposite in fact, To give credit to him his kids generally do seem to be well adjusted despite or perhaps because of their dads ecstacy use. Ecstacy by the way is a far less harmfull drug than ecstacy, while a dependance can build up, it is more psychological than physical, e.g. you don’t crave it, you just feel strange in certain settings without it, sooner or later he’ll get bored with it, in much the same way his 18 year old son did, as did myself and 95% of other users.

  • Husker822

    Ha it is a highly controversial topic but this documentary was reality tv gold!

  • http://twitter.com/CalzoHoudini Callum James Greens

    This is why America should be buried under a pile of concrete.

    • Jesse

       all humans should. sick disturbed creature. a virus infecting the earth.

  • David Marriott

    what an awesome dad. I love X.  most people dont realise it was legal in the early 80’s when it was used by shrinks to calm their patients and help them talk about their feelings.  the only reason its illegal now is because the government cant tax it!  I’ve done it for years and I am now extremely successful, have a great job making excellent money. in moderation, it certainly doesnt cause any problems. alcohol is far more destructive.  just look at how many people end up in hospital every weekend getting their guts pumped out….thats if they didnt crash their car and kill themselves and others….too many people just dont know what they are missing

    • Joel

       E is entirely taxable. MDMA is the chemical that non-garbage caps should have an abundance of, and as it being one single chemical it’d be easy to patent  and distribute. Weed is what is untaxable because it’s original each grow, all the chemicals vary because it’s organic. MDMA was made illegal because it got abused, ie this dad.

  • Brian Kerr

    I think this is great. There is nothing wrong with taking drugs.  I would however (in this unregulated market) not take street pills because you don’t know what is in them. Mostly people will be OK, but keep to medicinal plants for your mind altering experiences.  Don’t need chems at all. Plants give us everything we need.

    What is kinda distressing abut this movie is that the statements about the harms to MDMA at the beginning of this video were not true. MDMA does not cause brain damage nor dehydration (unless your are being active while on MDMA)   and MDMA is not cause hallucinations.

    MDMA is a very important medicinal drug used in psychotherapy.

    What we need is to legalize drugs and plants so they can be regulated for safety and adult use.
    Now all we have is a free for all ruled by criminals. That needs to change.

  • Brian Kerr

    I think this is great. There is nothing wrong with taking drugs.  I would however (in this unregulated market) not take street pills because you don’t know what is in them. Mostly people will be OK, but keep to medicinal plants for your mind altering experiences.  Don’t need chems at all. Plants give us everything we need.

    What is kinda distressing abut this movie is that the statements about the harms to MDMA at the beginning of this video were not true. MDMA does not cause brain damage nor dehydration (unless your are being active while on MDMA)   and MDMA is not cause hallucinations.

    MDMA is a very important medicinal drug used in psychotherapy.

    What we need is to legalize drugs and plants so they can be regulated for safety and adult use.
    Now all we have is a free for all ruled by criminals. That needs to change.

  • http://twitter.com/misterdart Chris Dart

    Can I be on the fence with this one? Frankly, if an employed middle-aged, divorced, bill-paying father of four wants to go out and dose on the weekend, far be it from me to stop him. Part of me would rather he did that than pounded beer or over ate.

    But doing it with his kids? Especially a 13 and 15 year-old? They can’t make those decisions and their brains aren’t formed yet. That’s fucked up.

    But so we’re clear, I’m judging his parenting style, not his choice of substance. Or even his hair. Although the hair is shitty.

  • Crh999

    you know, Im not against experimenting with drugs especially when your young, cause god knows we put enough crap and poison in our bodies on a daily basis. But I can not in good conscious condone a parent giving more poison to their children, your suppose to protect them teach them, not be their buddy, that’s the responsibility of being a good parent. 

    Also, I use to take alot of E and work the light shows in the NY club circuits. I’ve watched kids O.D. on the shit and as far as long term effects, I dont really know about any side effects that you need to be medicated for expect for epilepsy but what I do know is I could spot the e-kids when they would come in, there was always something off about them when they would speak to you sober, like they had a mild form of  brain damage, reasoning skills and common sense would go out the window as if you caught them in a daydream.we use to call them e-tards. I know that’s not funny but its true. 

  • Crh999

    you know, Im not against experimenting with drugs especially when your young, cause god knows we put enough crap and poison in our bodies on a daily basis. But I can not in good conscious condone a parent giving more poison to their children, your suppose to protect them teach them, not be their buddy, that’s the responsibility of being a good parent. 

    Also, I use to take alot of E and work the light shows in the NY club circuits. I’ve watched kids O.D. on the shit and as far as long term effects, I dont really know about any side effects that you need to be medicated for expect for epilepsy but what I do know is I could spot the e-kids when they would come in, there was always something off about them when they would speak to you sober, like they had a mild form of  brain damage, reasoning skills and common sense would go out the window as if you caught them in a daydream.we use to call them e-tards. I know that’s not funny but its true. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.l.eason Marvin L Eason

    Being someone who enjoyed the rave subculture for over 10 years, but now no longer really attend and have moved on with life, I understand the phase (hopefully its a phase) that the father is going through. Its quite apparent he did not get to spread his wings when he was younger, he got into the serious parts of life too early and am now making up for it. That, I don’t have a problem with, he’s paid his dues, he’s raised 4 great children (although he still has parenting to do as they are all not 18) My problem lies with bringing his two youngest into that scene. 

    I have two kids, and I would never let them get involved as minors, even though I still love the music, still love to dance, etc.  I feel for the father though, I really do. I know he’s thinking he is thinking with his sound mind, but when you get involved in the drug culture side of raving, you are not in my right mind, no matter how much you think you are. Again, hopefully this will be a phase and the drugs will no longer matter to him and he can repair the damage he’s done to his children, but still embrace the good aspects of the culture (music, togetherness, being yourself, etc). 

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.l.eason Marvin L Eason

    Being someone who enjoyed the rave subculture for over 10 years, but now no longer really attend and have moved on with life, I understand the phase (hopefully its a phase) that the father is going through. Its quite apparent he did not get to spread his wings when he was younger, he got into the serious parts of life too early and am now making up for it. That, I don’t have a problem with, he’s paid his dues, he’s raised 4 great children (although he still has parenting to do as they are all not 18) My problem lies with bringing his two youngest into that scene. 

    I have two kids, and I would never let them get involved as minors, even though I still love the music, still love to dance, etc.  I feel for the father though, I really do. I know he’s thinking he is thinking with his sound mind, but when you get involved in the drug culture side of raving, you are not in my right mind, no matter how much you think you are. Again, hopefully this will be a phase and the drugs will no longer matter to him and he can repair the damage he’s done to his children, but still embrace the good aspects of the culture (music, togetherness, being yourself, etc). 

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.l.eason Marvin L Eason

    Being someone who enjoyed the rave subculture for over 10 years, but now no longer really attend and have moved on with life, I understand the phase (hopefully its a phase) that the father is going through. Its quite apparent he did not get to spread his wings when he was younger, he got into the serious parts of life too early and am now making up for it. That, I don’t have a problem with, he’s paid his dues, he’s raised 4 great children (although he still has parenting to do as they are all not 18) My problem lies with bringing his two youngest into that scene. 

    I have two kids, and I would never let them get involved as minors, even though I still love the music, still love to dance, etc.  I feel for the father though, I really do. I know he’s thinking he is thinking with his sound mind, but when you get involved in the drug culture side of raving, you are not in my right mind, no matter how much you think you are. Again, hopefully this will be a phase and the drugs will no longer matter to him and he can repair the damage he’s done to his children, but still embrace the good aspects of the culture (music, togetherness, being yourself, etc). 

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.l.eason Marvin L Eason

    Being someone who enjoyed the rave subculture for over 10 years, but now no longer really attend and have moved on with life, I understand the phase (hopefully its a phase) that the father is going through. Its quite apparent he did not get to spread his wings when he was younger, he got into the serious parts of life too early and am now making up for it. That, I don’t have a problem with, he’s paid his dues, he’s raised 4 great children (although he still has parenting to do as they are all not 18) My problem lies with bringing his two youngest into that scene. 

    I have two kids, and I would never let them get involved as minors, even though I still love the music, still love to dance, etc.  I feel for the father though, I really do. I know he’s thinking he is thinking with his sound mind, but when you get involved in the drug culture side of raving, you are not in my right mind, no matter how much you think you are. Again, hopefully this will be a phase and the drugs will no longer matter to him and he can repair the damage he’s done to his children, but still embrace the good aspects of the culture (music, togetherness, being yourself, etc). 

  • Valerie

    It’s one thing to party with your adult children but 13 and 15. This man needs to be arrested. Hopefully the mother puts a stop to this before his kids end up dying.

  • Valerie

    It’s one thing to party with your adult children but 13 and 15. This man needs to be arrested. Hopefully the mother puts a stop to this before his kids end up dying.

  • Valerie

    It’s one thing to party with your adult children but 13 and 15. This man needs to be arrested. Hopefully the mother puts a stop to this before his kids end up dying.

  • valerie

    When I wrote my first comment it was before I finished watching the program…but I was very happy to see the father go to jail.

  • Anonymous

    Im with Chris on this one, Its not the fact that the guy was taking drugs.More so the fact that he was doing it with his children,…That was fucked up.

    From my experience, The dad acts like a typical junkie, overly nice but fake, almost like he’s trying  to compensate for somthing

  • pegmonk

    There are two major crimes taking place here:
    1) Selling E to your young children.
    2) wearing a yellow visor and vest at 40.

  • Artemis

    It’s uncomfortable to watch.. How he’s gonna feel if his kids go further than extacy? He seems to be a loving father  (weird..,but loving),still though introducing xtc to his kids at this young age,is just wrong.Plus making choices as a 16year old,doesn’t mean you have to look like one.

  • Artemis

    It’s uncomfortable to watch.. How he’s gonna feel if his kids go further than extacy? He seems to be a loving father  (weird..,but loving),still though introducing xtc to his kids at this young age,is just wrong.Plus making choices as a 16year old,doesn’t mean you have to look like one.

  • Cossie

    “aren’t people great?” That is the perfect way to sum up how you feel on ecstacy. I don’t agree with the old man rolling with his son mainly because it is kind of weird! But man… if a dad and his son can get half cut on alcohol, why cant they feel the amazing empathy and love that comes through ecstacy? Shit… this drug was created as a tool to assist with marriage councelling, there are worse things dads could do with their children. The social stigma comes from the government’s prohibition of it, if it was legal, people wouldnt be up in arms about a dad sharing a night on ecstacy with his son.

    • Cossie

      ok… I wrote the above comment only a few minutes into this doco, 19 mins in… being at a house party and ENCOURAGING your 13 year old son to roll is beyond fucked up. What a shit excuse for a dad. I take back much of the above.

    • Vitalstatistix

      MDMA was not created as a tool for marriage counselling. It was created by the German company Merck in 1912 as a precursor to another compound they were developing.
      After its human pharmacology was studied in the 1970’s it was then used for that purpose. It was also studied along with mescaline and LSD by the CIA as an interrogation tool in MKULTRA

  • Devon

    This documentary was obviously taken around the mid 1990’s, so I am really curious to where and how the family is now. Anyone know of any updates?

    • annoymous

      They struggled a lot. They went through some terrible times. They got addicted to other drugs and fell to the bottom of the pit. Their father became addicted to other drugs and still is. But ultimately the kids cut their father out of their lives and changed. Three out of four are happily married and have beautiful children but it was the hardest road they ever had to go down. They woudl take it all back ifthey could.

      • legitcommentthere

        SEEMS LEGIT

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1147292651 Chrystl Zellweger

    yeahh 13 and 15 are bit young… if they would be 23 and 26 would seem ok for me ..hehe.. that he is doing drugs…no problem whit that, drugs are fun when u know how to handle them :)

  • Jsslvng

    Very interesting. I would give it 8.5/10. Definitely worth a watch

  • William Call

    Sorry but this guy has no respect for his own children….doing this with his kids is way over the line of common sense….he can do what he wants when he is alone….but this…..he needs a smack upside his head.

  • Mb0674

    Please someone tell me why thier wearing surgical mask!?I understand why they suck on binkys cause of the need to grind your teeth. 

    • OldAzzJuggalo4Life

      Rave kids put vicks vapor rub in them cus it feels really cool when youre on e

  • Poop

    Fart.

  • fdfref

    the dad is clearly in the closet. SUPER GAY DAD

  • GRAPE!

    It is much ore responsible for Him as a parent to let them make the decision to do it at home safely first with him. However I feel it is Irresponsible for him to give it to his 13 and 15 year old because yes they are under developed in their cognition and overall brain function. Wether this is a “midlife crisis” or not the father shows that you can absolutely be a functioning and respectable figure of society and fatherhood while taking such a substance. He is a loving and supportive father and that is more than be spoken about a lot of fathers in the United States. So let him go for his supposed transgressions.

  • ShaneB

    Yeah I think people are kinda missing the point here. SURE it’s totally irresponsible to be engaging kids with drugs DUH but this doco is an examination of what it is to be a parent. He is a tragic figure, who says he is just ‘living his life’ but he satisfies his own wants and desires ahead of his children. He loves and wants to be apart of his children’s lives. Partying is a way for him to both love is children AND ‘live’ his life. It throws up heaps of questions about devotion, committment and identity as a parent. I’m not a parent myself but I found this one really interesting. Going to go call my dad now

  • embla valgeirs

    This is kinda cool… i think I might get into the whole ex mdma scene!