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News / Re: wetdreams.ws
« Last post by Piperidone on August 14, 2019, 06:35:31 AM »
Hey there everyone. I am 1phen2prop or Spunnn from the original Wetdreams back in 2003. I just got on here as a curiosity. If any old schoolers are still around im sure they remember me. I was a bit infamous at one point. I talked to Wareami on the phone a few times, Geezmeister helped me a LOT in the beginning, Dwarfer was also helpful. Android was someone that, although didnt really care for me (cuz i was 18 when i was Spunnn and overly anxious and really pissed him off with childish shit) but he still actually helped me grow into a pretty good chemist.

Tramp was actually a REALLY good friend. He lived in my state for the last year or so of his life, which if anyone knew him and knew about how it ended, it was a shitty way for him to go. The guy was one of the all time greats. I miss him. But i also miss the community we had. We used to try to find new extraction methods, new ways to beat new pill formulas, ah the good old days.

Anyways it really sux that Ware is gone. He definitely deserves credit for fosteringthe community for as long as he did.

Anyways i dont have much more to say just that i miss the OG's and hopefully everyone that survived is doing well. You guys have a special place in my heart for real.
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News / DeepDotWeb goes down
« Last post by aes256 on July 28, 2019, 06:56:23 AM »
Not exactly breaking news but significant nonetheless.

Updated Information About the Investigation into DeepDotWeb

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Conspirators face charges under the United States Money Laundering Control Act. Here is the indictment: (PDF).

The investigation involved the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation; Europol; Dutch National Police; the Federal Criminal Police Office; the National Crime Agency; the Israeli National Police; Tel Aviv Police; the Joint Criminal Opioid and Darknet Enforcement (J-CODE); the Brazilian Federal Police; the Internal Revenue Service Cyber Crimes Unit; and the United States Postal Inspection Service. Based on the seizure banners alone, the DeepDotWeb takedown involved more law enforcement agencies than the investigation and seizure of Wallstreet Market.

Lessons learned:
- don't attempt to generate money from the proceeds of crime
- don't think you can affiliate with large targets of various international crime agencies
- don't do either of those two in plain sight (!!)
- don't shit where you live
- OPSEC is hard, especially when you're up against nation states
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Im not too clued up on opioid chemistry and not really tried any apart from the common prescription ones.. I got hold of some 100ug fentanyl tablets and had a stupid idea to try them recreationally so did some searching on harm reduction sites and backed out of trying it and threw them away out of harms reach ( they was loose in a bag and one broken up into dust)

Personally I think ultra/hyper potent opioids make better chemical weapons for the clandestine chemist just like ETN makes better use as a explosive than a visodiallator

I'm not against the discussion and will read it probably...

Tsath has not been active in a while no one knows why.

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where is this raging tyre fire of hyper-potent opiod discussion taking place? is it in Tsath's inbox or are there visible markers in the forums?

I kinda feel like I'm missing something here and that this thread is really a mole hill trying to be a mountain. I appreciate the cause for concern but I think by jumping the gun on restricting discussion of one 'drug of dependence' whilst flat out letting any/all others be fine is kinda arbitrary, pointless and alienating.

But maybe I don't really understand this "critical issue" (your words) you're raising. Apologies if I've misinterpreted the intent of the thread, Tsath.
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It was Tsath's thinkig, not too long ago, after having both seen his share of posters, often those who are blatantly new to the site, and coming solely to learn how to knock out business scale quantities of super-strong fent analogs. And also having been the recipient of more than a few zero-post eggs sending Tsath' personally,Agoc Travel PMs asking for his serving them as a consultant or team member for hire, etc., if he can but assist in technological consultation, or even practical supply of services or/and materials. He need not say it, but he has a policy of, and ALWAYS has turned such individuals down. All the more so since they are quite obviously here for one thing only.

And it ain't a good one.

So, Tsath' hereby proposes first, a site-wide discussion upon coming together to discuss this IMO critical issue. It's both a dangerous opioid, fenanyl itself, over and above the toxicity levels by weight, but also by type, among other opioids, with fentanyl pattern agents, because unlike other opioids, fentanyl is quite commonly known within H that's circulating as notorious bad batches.

That we convene a nest-wide council of our winged kin, and take whatever time we need to decide a policy on how we approach the subject. Tsath' does not believe some hard-line intolerant fanatical ban is warranted, but he does believe we need to develop a policy on fentanyl and other ultra-potent opioids. He believes that this must be done in consultation between us all, and done logically and rationally, without descent into emotion or hysteria.

Polling might well be necessary, and seems to Tsath' most likely the best way to decide policy, but first, let us convene a council on ultrapotent opioids.

Who else here agrees that we ought to have at least some policy about them?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
I agree that we ought to have at least some policy about them because it is necessary and It will help them in future. By the way your story is very nice and I liked it very much.
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News / Re: wetdreams.ws
« Last post by blinky on July 08, 2019, 09:24:00 PM »
Admins, yesterday when i post reply, i tried to post one more time with more files, but the engine just block me, i don't know why? I can't post more then 3 files on the post so i must wait whole day to post 3 files in one post... If that is so, then be it... I know that many bees will have wet dreams :D :D :D over Tramps, crazy fucking gay whore's files :D .... My contribution to this site, no matter what i give, will be hundreds of times smaller then the knowledge i get from it... Have fun guys and happy reading/experimenting! :D

SubliminallyOveranalyzed --> Org/Organikum is, at the best of my knowledge, somewhere in jail... I didn't anyone talk about him in a loooong time, so maybe he is out, but i remember when i talk to him at the Zonez, he told me that he will move somewhere else, from the country he was at the moment... I can't remember he told me that a big changes will happen to his life, but in the positive attitude. And after a couple weeks from that conversation, someone here at the Vesp open the thread and told that Org is in the jail... Perhaps in the process of moving he got in the pen somehow... Also if some other bee knows anything about him, please tell to the community...
Man if you have ANYTHING from the Zonez and most important from the WD, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE post it somewhere or here to share the knowledge! I have a Tramps whole directory of research and his documents, i will ALL post here... Also have some files from Geez and Ware which will be included here! Post your share man! I can't wait! HU HU HUUURAAAA! :D :D :D


p.s.s. I can't post files here, the engine throw me back, wont accept files! It is fucking frustrating! I will try tommorow...
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News / Re: wetdreams.ws
« Last post by SubliminallyOveranalyzed on July 08, 2019, 04:47:11 PM »
I've actually got probably around 30% or so (maybe more... shrugs) the zones forums pdf'd, & perhaps 10% of wd's on an external drive from back in the day. bear with me & i'll dig it up. anyone hear from Org? hadn't talked to him since he disappeared right before droid & the zonez all went down. told me he would be in contact, and something about new zealand or something, i can't remember. been a while.
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News / Re: wetdreams.ws
« Last post by blinky on July 07, 2019, 05:07:48 PM »
Sorry guys for delay... family issues... here is more...
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News / Re: Hyperlabs released all their PDFs
« Last post by aes256 on June 28, 2019, 07:55:02 AM »
This function should clean up the filenames pretty well and avoid instances that are too hard:
Code: [Select]
def rename(filename):
    """Strip leading numbers from filenames."""

    # The regex below is used to match and rename filenames like this:
    #   515_55.pdf                          55.pdf
    #   2_Busc_Ber_3_269_269_190_.pdf       2_Busc_Ber_3_269_269_190_.pdf
    #   1129_00722a060.pdf                  00722a060.pdf
    #   1221_1.pdf                          1.pdf
    #   2220_16_673.pdf                     16_673.pdf
    #   4186_9781593855864.pdf              9781593855864.pdf
    #   4193_51710234_S20Manual.pdf         51710234_S20Manual.pdf
    #   
    # But avoid renaming filenames like these:
    #   679_.PDF
    #   ???????_1983_212-215.pdf
    #   4-Ethoxy-3,5-dimethoxybenzaldehyd- ??????? -- JACS 76, p5555, 1954.pdf
    #   3,4,5-???? -- JACS 74, p4263, 1952.pdf
    REGEX = r'(^[\d]+_)(.+)(\..*)'
    match = re.search(REGEX, filename.strip())
   
    if filename[0].isalpha():
        return
       
    if match and match.groups() >= 3:
        new_filename = ''.join(match.groups()[1:])
        return new_filename

And this is mathiasxx94's code refactored (BUT UNTESTED) to:
  • remove leading numbers from filenames
  • rename files across the entire archive
  • avoid file rename collisions within the same directory.


I can't be fucked spinning up a Windows VM right now to test it so Your Mileage May Vary  ;)
Code: [Select]
#!/usr/bin/env python2
import io
import os
import re

HYPERLAB_DIRECTORY = "D:\hyperlab_archive" # Just change the path to yours

def rename(filename):
    """Strip leading numbers from filenames."""

    # The regex below is used to match and rename filenames like this:
    #   515_55.pdf                          55.pdf
    #   2_Busc_Ber_3_269_269_190_.pdf       2_Busc_Ber_3_269_269_190_.pdf
    #   1129_00722a060.pdf                  00722a060.pdf
    #   1221_1.pdf                          1.pdf
    #   2220_16_673.pdf                     16_673.pdf
    #   4186_9781593855864.pdf              9781593855864.pdf
    #   4193_51710234_S20Manual.pdf         51710234_S20Manual.pdf
    #
    # But avoid renaming filenames like these:
    #   679_.PDF
    #   ???????_1983_212-215.pdf
    #   4-Ethoxy-3,5-dimethoxybenzaldehyd- ??????? -- JACS 76, p5555, 1954.pdf
    #   3,4,5-???? -- JACS 74, p4263, 1952.pdf
    REGEX = r'(^[\d]+_)(.+)(\..*)'
    match = re.search(REGEX, filename.strip())

    if filename[0].isalpha():
        return

    if match and match.groups() >= 3:
        new_filename = ''.join(match.groups()[1:])
        return new_filename

for root, dirs, files in os.walk(HYPERLAB_DIRECTORY):
    for filename in files:
        filename = filename.decode('latin-1')   # This assumes the majority of
                                                # people running this script are Windows users
        original_filepath = os.path.join(root, filename)

        new_filename = rename(filename)
        if new_filename:
            new_filepath = os.path.join(root, new_filename)
            if os.path.exists(new_filepath):
                print('CANNOT RENAME (FILE ALREADY EXISTS): %s' % new_filename)
                continue

            os.rename(
                original_filepath,
                new_filepath
            )
        else:
            print(original_filepath)
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