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moonrock

An amalgam of heroin and crack cocaine (free-base cocaine that can be smoked). I heard he OD'ed after smoking a moonrock. Crack addicts who move on to moonrocks can end up with a serious heroin addiction as well.

moonrock

n. a form of crack that contains heroin. Max was caught with a supply of moonrock on him.
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AMA also produces well-known brands such as Gotti's Gold, Kurupt's Moonrocks, and Denver Dab Co.
Partners under licensing agreements include Denver Dab Co., Birdhouse Skateboards, Gotti's Gold and Kurupt Moonrocks. The Company owns 91% of Alternative Medicine Association, LC (AMA), and 100% of Infused MFG.
Wealthy space buffs will have the chance to own three small particles of lunar matter when what Sotheby's describes as the only known documented " moonrocks" to be legally available for private ownership hit the auction block in November.
A number of other countries were gifted with Apollo 11 samples and Apollo 17 goodwill moonrocks on behalf on the Nixon administration, and in most places the law bars transferring such gifts to individuals.
Tonight, from 9pm, it is Moonrocks and in the early slot, at 6pm, it is Moonshine Mojo and later on, Sad Ida finishes a super Saturday at 9pm.
In December, for example, the college hosted an amazing Moonrocks exhibition when students, parents and primary school pupils were able to see at first hand specimens that had been brought back from the moon or had fallen from outer space.
In spite of early failures, the space race was on, and more than five dozen spacecraft have since made the trip, most of them taking pictures and a few carrying astronauts and returning with moonrocks. It might thus seem that the moos is well known by now -- yet in a sense, all of these missions wore blinders.
among my record-player's parts to prevent its mind from ruin while being shipped thirteen years ago (it arrived ruined): now I found, on the Styrofoam bed, two moonrocks swaddled
Although remotely measured spectra have led some researchers to believe titanium is common on the moon, it is rare in basaltic moonrocks returned to Earth by space missions.
A few Apollo moonrocks appear to have formed at greater depths, and some came from closer to the surface, but the Apollo 15 sample represents an intermediate level.