Testimonials

The comments and testimonials on this page were created by visitors to Drugs: Costs & Consequences and are updated on a regular basis.

I feel that this workshop was very realistic and filled with information. Some of the pictures were kind of graphic but besides that it was very good. I believe that most of my friends would enjoy this. Thank You.

Jada-Rose
Chicago
December 3, 2006

I really learned a lot from this exhibit!

Sarah
Libertyville, IL
December 3, 2006

Great exibit... Very realistic...Had a ton of fun.

Erin W
Libertyville, IL
December 3, 2006

Very educational and eye-opening!!

Kelly Jaffke
Libertyville, IL
December 3, 2006

Coke is bad.

Dominic Rivera
Hometown, Illinois
December 2, 2006

I can only hope that a lot of young people see this. Drugs took away my youth. I now have over a year and a half clean from all mind and mood altering substances. It's all about eductaion. Keep coming back! Thank you for the reminder.

Anonymous
Elmhurst, IL
December 2, 2006

Very informative, great exhibit.

John Lutinski
Grayslake, IL
December 2, 2006

I love the exhibit.

Kathyn Phillips
Crystal Lake
December 2, 2006

I will not do drugs at all.

Brooke
Crystal Lake
December 2, 2006

I don't like drugs.

Loreto Garcia
Chicago
December 2, 2006

Drugs are bad.

Eddie O'Connor
Wheaton, IL
December 2, 2006

Pretty good exhibit.

Ammar
Pakistan
December 1, 2006

This museum is fun.

TeaTea
Chicago
December 1, 2006

I think that this is a very good exhibit because it teaches a lot of poeple what is bad for us, but al ot of poeple deicde to ignore this. Hopefully one day they will recongnize that this is wrong for them. Thanks for teaching us this.

Maribel Diaz
Chicago
December 1, 2006

I'm in love with your exhibit. I've been influenced by your exhibit, and i think you should continue having it because it is very nice and teaches people a very good lesson. Unfortunatley, this is the first time i've seen this exhibit.

Natasha Rankin
Chicago
December 1, 2006

I hate drugs. They made me lose a lot of family members. Hopefully everybody never uses them again.

Edgar Diaz
Chi-town
December 1, 2006

This exhibit is really cool.

Ashley Camacho
Chicago
November 30, 2006

I do not like this discovery.

Rashema Smith
Chicago
November 30, 2006

I want to know about drugs in the early 1980s.

Joey
CHICAGO
November 30, 2006

Great exhibit.

Shavon
Lake Forest
November 30, 2006

This experience was a real shock to see how drugs are affecting our lives and society.

Gretchen G
Chicago
November 30, 2006

I had fun while I was here! Don't do drugs.

Jasmine Puller
Des Plaines, IL
November 30, 2006

Drugs are bad for you.

Nate Andersen
Des Plaines, IL
November 30, 2006

Don't do drugs.

Matthew
Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 2006

Do not use drugs. I mean it!!

Chris Boyes
Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 2006

Don't do drugs.

Ivan Guzman
Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 2006

Do not do drugs.

JAMES
Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 2006

Do not do drugs.

James
Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 2006

I like this place; I like the models of the motels.

Alyssa Espinosa
Chicago, Illinois
November 29, 2006

I think that staying drug-free will be good.

Danny
Chicago
November 29, 2006

My brother almost died in a car crash because of a poly-drug user. Let the madness end.

Allie Mason
Chicago
November 29, 2006

DON'T DO DRUGS! Don't be like Chris Farley!

Nick Parker
Chicago
November 29, 2006

I love how these things show all the dangers of drugs.

Daniela Castillo
Blue Island, IL
November 29, 2006

It was a great thing to learn and I will never in my life want to do drugs because i predict I will go to a Division 1 school in the future.

Lorenzo Dillard
Evanston, IL
November 28, 2006

I think drugs can really mess your mind up and also kill brain cells, and I will never do drugs. I have better things for me in life.

Jarrod
Chi-town
November 28, 2006

I think that drugs are bad for you because they are bad for your lungs.

Kionte Taylor
Chicago
November 28, 2006

I think that drugs are bad because you can die from them.

Dmorriea Howard
Chicago
November 28, 2006

I know that drugs can kill you. I want to give you guys some advice and say this: if you decide to take drugs, then i'll see your funeral. Please please please don't do drugs or you'll die. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. P.S. Good Luck

Yesenia
Chi Town
November 28, 2006

I realize how much drugs can hurt you even if you're careful with them.

Beverly
Bolingbrook
November 28, 2006

I AM DRUG FREE AND THAT'S THE WAY TO BE!!

Mikey Falbo
Burbank
November 28, 2006

Great exhibit! We promise not to do drugs...team 8C!

Liberty Junior High
Burbank
November 28, 2006

Your exhibits really gave me a better insight on how drugs affect the youth. It also let me know how many drugs are being used in the United States today.

Kara Williams
Chicago
November 28, 2006

I want to learn about everything.

Chezlynn
Chicago
November 27, 2006

This place made me learn more about drugs. Thanks for the info.

Lindy
Burbank, IL
November 27, 2006

I hate drugs.

Josh Alberto
Burbank, IL
November 25, 2006

Schools should be encouraged to use this exhibit for field trips instead of some of the non-sensical field trips they offer. This exhibit should be placed on CD'S and sent to all schools.

MARY McKEON
Chicago, Illinois
November 25, 2006

THIS PLACE IS AWESOME! IT HELPS PEOPLE REALIZE THE DANGERS IN OUR WORLD. EVERYONE SHOULD COME AND VISIT SO WE COULD SEE, & HELP PREVENT ALL OF THE DANGERS IN OUR ENVIROMENT. WE ALL HAVE A SAY IN OUR WORLD, AND I THINK THAT IT SHOULD BE A GOOD ONE.

KALLIE FOGARTY
CANNERYVILLE
November 25, 2006

Very interesting and informative.

Carolyn
Berwyn, IL
November 25, 2006

Great informative exhibit!

Heidi Rentz
Chicago
November 25, 2006

This display is amazing; it should be on a world tour to show young adults and teenagers what can happen to you. And to show what your life would be like on drugs.

Timothy Hoffman
Evergreen
November 24, 2006

I like it because it is interactive and educatinal.

Leonardo Mosqueda
Chicago
November 24, 2006

This exibit is good because it tells people not to do drugs;it also tells young kids not to do drugs.

Michaelangelo Mosqueda
Chicago
November 24, 2006

I Love this place; it gives great facts about drugs and shows what happened to people who did drugs. I think other kids should come to this exhibit to learn more about the consequences of drugs!

Alexia Mosqueda
Chicago
November 24, 2006

Proud to be drug free!!!

Marti P
Dayton, Texas
November 24, 2006

After you have visited this exhibit, you will never want to have anything to do with drugs for the rest of your life. It really opened my eyes to the damaging effects that drugs have on the world.

Alexandra
Chicago
November 24, 2006

I love your exhibit. Thank you for telling people drugs are bad for you and that they can kill you. Thanks for sharing!

Madeline
Chicago
November 24, 2006

Excellent exhibit, important information for everyone. Thank you for the literature.

Connie
Chicago
November 24, 2006

Very interesting exhibit.

Joel B.
Oak Park, Illinois
November 24, 2006

I had NO idea there were so many dugs in the world(or maybe i did but i didn't think about it). Its scary knowing that people die because of all of this.

Dana
Naperville
November 23, 2006

The worst part about drugs isn't what happens to the users (even though it's sad). It's what happens to their families, especially when they have kids. Those kids didn't make the bad decisions and I was really moved by their tragic stories....Nice exhibit.

Liz Smith
Coshocton, Ohio
November 23, 2006

I have a daughter that was on drugs and managed to get her clean with your help. THANKS SO MUCH!

Danita Doe
Anchorage, Alaska
November 23, 2006

I think that this exhibit is very important to people that are having peer preasure at school.

Andy Aguilar
Holland, MI
November 23, 2006

I have seen what has happend to people that use drugs. My mother has always talked to me about peer pressure I said to her that I will always say no to drugs. Sometimes people don't know what they will say until the time arises.

Hartley Schwartz
Skokie, Illinois
November 23, 2006

I think that the most important thing to think about when you hear drugs is "not fitting in" and when people think they don't fit in they start doing what they think the cool kids do, drugs. In my opinion, you are cool if you be yourself and being yourself.

Ori Schwartz
Skokie, Illinois
November 23, 2006

This is very interesting.

Frank
Ohio
November 23, 2006

I really liked the sets/props with the sound. It really felt like you were in the room. Interesting place. :)

Devon
Wisconsin
November 22, 2006

Pizza is good. Birthdays are good. Drugs are bad. Don't do drugs.

Nicole Smile
Cincinnati, OH
November 22, 2006

I like science.

Timothy Smile
Cincinnati, OH
November 22, 2006

I like this ehibit very much!! And I enjoyed it! It was very educational and it gave me a lot of information!

Tameka Washington
Chicago
November 22, 2006

Very Intense.

Arseny Shlyapintokh
Deerfield, IL
November 22, 2006

I don't do drugs. I hate them! I live with people that do drugs and I want them to stop. Well yea g2g bye.

Angelica
Midlothian, IL
November 22, 2006

Well, based on movies that we've seen in school, drugs can cause really bad horrible lives for the user. Doing drugs doesn't make you cool or nothing; it's just dumb! You know what else is dumb? Selling and stealing them! You can go to jail! So DON'T DO DRUGS.

Amber
Chicago
November 22, 2006

Well, I don't like the fact that people use drugs. There is no reason for it. Well, we are doing projects to try to prevent it.

Mariah Sarate
Chicago
November 22, 2006

Great exhibit-really intresting displays.

Adriana Romani
Chicago
November 21, 2006

Don't do dope and you could succeed in anything you set your HEART AND MIND TO. From a kid's point of veiw if you have dreams don't let drugs become a part of them; they will come true!!!!

Ashley
Monee, IL
November 21, 2006

Amazing exhibit! This impacted my child greatly – I'm so happy to have brought him here.

Ryan
Buffalo Grove, IL
November 21, 2006

I like the exhibit.

Karyn Lyons
Beloit, WI
November 21, 2006

I had fun today. The exhibits were extraordinarily interesting. I can't wait to come back!

Kendra Holder
Chicago
November 21, 2006

I adore this place.

Elizabeth G.
Beloit
November 21, 2006

Drugs are bad; it's a common fact.

Callie and Kait
Franklin, WI
November 21, 2006

Great displays with tons of information.

Bloom Trail High School
Chicago Heights, IL
November 21, 2006

I DONT DO DRUGS!!

Rocio
Highwood, IL
November 21, 2006

This exhibit is a wonderful thing for kids like me.

Antanisha King
Steger
November 21, 2006

Thank you for educating the public that addiction is a brain disease, not a moral dilemma. I would have liked to have seen alcohol in the exhibit, as I believe that alcohol is also a drug.

Janice
Chicago
November 20, 2006

Thank you for including treatment, the message of hope, in your presentation. Recovery from addiction is possible and is the greatest weapon against abuse. The therapeutic value of one addict helping another is without parallel.

Doug P
Chicago
November 20, 2006

I JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU THAT YOU SHOULD STAY DRUG FREE BECAUSE THAT WOULD MAKE A BETTER COUNTRY. SO HANG TOUGH AND STAY DRUG FREE. WELL, THAT'S ALL I WANTED TO STAY.

STEVEN P
Franklin, Wisconsin
November 20, 2006

This exhibit was interesting but really sad. I thought that the pictures with the kids was really sad!

Megan Newsom
Franklin, Wisconsin
November 20, 2006

This exhibit was really sad. Drugs are bad and now I officially pledge to never try them EVER.

Becky Schultz
Franklin, Wisconsin
November 20, 2006

This exibit is sweeeet. Good job, fellas!

T
Franklin, IL
November 20, 2006

Don't do drugs. Be cool or you will be too cool for school.

Thomas
Illinois
November 20, 2006

This exhibit was really just wonderful.

Vaughn Stokes
Chicago
November 20, 2006

This was very interesting and seeing this now convinces me never to do drugs, and if I did I would go against every one I love and against my own gut.

Rachel Heller
Elk Grove, IL
November 19, 2006

This exihibt has made me realize how much any drug, no matter the amount or size, will change your life forever. I don't think that 15 minutes of feeling unstoppable is worth a life time of paying for it. I just hope my generation can realize that.

Rachel Heller
Elk Grove Village
November 19, 2006

PEOPLE SHOULD THINK TWICE BEFORE DOING DRUGS. IF YOU WANT TO KILL YOURSELF, JUST GRAB A GUN AND DO IT FASTER.

SHAKON
Chitown
November 19, 2006

I think people who use drugs are dumb. I would never do that. I like the way this museum explains how bad it is.

Rosie
Chicago
November 19, 2006

I am drug free.

Dylan Bailey
Pheonix
November 19, 2006

People need to reaaly be aware of the cost of doing drugs, not only to themselves but to their family, friends and future. I watched someone I cared about destroy his life with drugs and there was nothing I could do. It's not wroth the price.

Liz
Crest Hill
November 18, 2006

This place is such a great place; there's so much to know about the harmfulness of drugs! What a learning experience.

Karen Middaugh & Josie Miller
CHICAGO, IL
November 18, 2006

Drugs deteriorate the brain!

VICTORIA
CHICAGO, IL
November 18, 2006

I LIKED THE STORIES OF THE FORMER DRUG ADDICTS. AND YOU DON'T EVER HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT ME TAKING DRUGS.

GREG WATSON
CHICAGO, IL
November 18, 2006

GOD IS THE ONLY CURE TO ALL THIS MADNESS IN THIS WORLD. DRUGS KILL, WHILE GOD HEALS.

Anonymous
CHICAGO, IL
November 18, 2006

I don't like drugs.

Rachel Sprenger
Grand Rapids, Michigan
November 17, 2006

I LOVE THIS PLACE; IT IS SO COOL. IT IS A SCIENTIFIC LEARNING EXPERIENCE!

ZACHARY T.
CHICAGO
November 16, 2006

THE STUFF IS OK. THE ONLY THING IS THE GUNS.

MARCO
CHICAGO
November 16, 2006

I PROMISE TO STAY DRUG FREE.

BECKY POTENBERG
BURBANK
November 16, 2006

I didn't know that drugs could be hidden in so many compartments of a car. It was pretty interesting.

Aaron
BURBANK
November 16, 2006

This exhibit was super cool!!!!

Maritza
Chicago
November 15, 2006

I learned a lot from this exhibit.

Samantha
Chicago
November 15, 2006

It's okay.

Sherita
Atlanta
November 15, 2006

I love it!

Julia Pritchett
Chicago
November 15, 2006

DRUGS ARE BAD.

SHELBY KUKOYI
CANADA
November 15, 2006

DRUGS ARE BAD.

SHELBY KUKOYI
CANADA
November 15, 2006

DRUGS ARE BAD.

SHELBY KUKOYI
CANADA
November 15, 2006

I think it is a good exhibit. It's very informative. However, I think it is a shame that all of this craziness and nonsense is happening around the world. To me, the worst thing is that the people using these drugs are exposing their children.

Nicole Harrell
Chicago
November 14, 2006

I think that it's really horrible that these things are going on and happening all over the world. I believe that everyone should pitch in and try to make everything that is happening stop because this is really sad that people are doing these this.

Keyana Jones
Chicago
November 14, 2006

I have learned the different ways drugs can effect the way a person feels and act to other people. I also leaned that life is a gift, and there are many people trying to take life away from you; all you have to do is stay motivated.

Veronica Travis
Chicago
November 14, 2006

This stuff was really good and the thing I like about is that they made the stuff very well.

Keiana Bullect
Chicago
November 14, 2006

Drugs play a dangerous role in our lives! It is time for a change! As a former drug (Marijuana) user, I know how it feels to be left out of important things in life. I missed job appointments, family gatherings, and living the life that I used to.

Rufus Robinson
Chicago
November 14, 2006

I would like to learn as much as I can since I have young children.

Mary O'Neill
Chicago
November 14, 2006

This exhibit helps me understand more about America.

Dana Gist
Chicago
November 14, 2006

My experiences today are enlightening as well as inspirational. It opened my eyes to things I did not know and gave me more insight on prior knowledge. It was very, extremely helpful with my research paper. I really enjoyed this exhibit.

Kallie Jones
Chicago
November 14, 2006

The exhibit was very helpful with my research paper.

Brian Smith
Chicago
November 14, 2006

This exhibit was very informative and helpful. Some of those cases were just sad.

Ross and Steph
November 13, 2006

I loved this exhibit! I learned a whole lot. THANK YOU!

Grace Brooks
Chicago
November 13, 2006

This exhibit rocks!! I'm staying drug free.

Sydney Van Alstyne
Island Lake
November 12, 2006

This exhibit has truly opened my eyes to the horror of drugs and the how they so cruelly affect people, such as children who have no control in choosing their fate when it comes to drugs.

Brenna Langan
Elmhurst, Illinois
November 11, 2006

What a powerful and eye-opening exhibit. Everyone should see it.

Kathy
Algonquin, IL
November 11, 2006

I NEVER KNEW DRUGS AFFECTED THE BRAIN THIS BADLY. I NEVER KNEW OF THE HAVOC DRUGS BRING ON THIS WORLD. THANK GOD I'M OUT OF THIS GAME OF DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.

HENRY
SKOKIE, IL
November 11, 2006

I am glad you have these exhibits; it's so fun I learned a lot!

Whitney
Sycomore
November 10, 2006

This place is so awesome and wicked! I love to come here and just have fun looking at all the exhibits and learning more and more. Thank you for this awesome place to come and visit.

Tinard Thopson
Aurora, Illinois
November 10, 2006

This is a wonderful place to visit and every time I come here I learn something new and it's just so amazing.

Marquianna Naquay Powell
Chicago
November 10, 2006

This is the greatest place on Earth. I've learned so much in one day. I've learned more here than I've learned at school.

Sade L Shamley
Aurora
November 10, 2006

This place is so cool I want to come here every year.

Quamane M Harris
Aurora
November 10, 2006

Nice exhibit but needs more stuff about drugs and what happens to drug addicts. Otherwise, good work with the drugs and pamphlets.

Kimberly Viloria
Aurora
November 8, 2006

This was a good experience for me to see. I feel seeing this will help others in the world to stop and think about what they do. I think this will help America be a drug free world.

Joe Swenson
Buthon, Germany
November 7, 2006

I wish that people would stop using drugs. People are dying over drugs. It's very sad.

Cydnee Mae Hunt
CHICAGO, ILLIONOIS
November 7, 2006

I really don't know how drugs can harm people but I am learning.

Rachel Hudson
Chicago
November 7, 2006

This is an awesome exhibit! I love this exhibit.

Corinthian
Chicago
November 7, 2006

This stuff is cool! Rock on, dude.

Teayra Stamps
Chicago
November 7, 2006

I really learned some cool stuff.

Alex Scott
Colona
November 6, 2006

DEA is the best in the world and I mean it.

Alexsander Croops
Spain
November 4, 2006

This exhibit was interesting, and I learned things that I didn't know.

Nia
Chicago
November 4, 2006

Drove from Milwaukee to see this. Thanks. Keep it up.

T. Henry
Milwaukee
November 4, 2006

This exhibit is extraordinary. I started crying during it. Very effective. If this doesn't make a difference for anyone, I'll be amazed.

Jen
Lockport, IL
November 4, 2006

This is excellent. Please keep it here.

Anonymous
South Lyon, MI
November 4, 2006

I think this is wonderful. Please allow this to stay!!

Anonymous
Joliet, IL
November 4, 2006

It's horrible how much of the world's drugs come from Chicago. It was very interesting learning about the perils of drugs.

Meryl
Chicago
November 3, 2006

This was kind a scary. But it's good to be educated. My mom always says that I should NEVER take drugs. And I won't.

Marley
Chicago
November 3, 2006

Hi, I like this exhibit very much. I like looking at the guns; it really made me think about all the drugs and how they affect us. Well, I will not take drugs in the future because now I know they're bad for you.

Mari Rivera
Chi*Town
November 3, 2006

Too often I see kids who are drug involved, tempted by peer pressure or just think using drugs is cool. It's the possibility that just trying it could be the worst decision of his/her life that scares me the most. I don't want to see my students (or anyone) make a decision that could be the last one.

Mary
Evanston, IL
November 3, 2006

Too many of my friends have died due to alcohol or drugs. Whether they did them or not, they are gone and are missed.

Chris
Chicago
November 3, 2006

My sister is a recovering drug addict. After years of telling myself and everyone that I would never do drugs, I started smoking pot last year. I've been drug-free for three weeks now.

Ruthie
Libertyville, IL
November 2, 2006

This exhibit is eye opening. I hope more teens come here to see the reality of drugs. Thank you.

Grace Douglass
Libertyville, IL
November 2, 2006

This exhibit is incredible. We were given a tour and it was most informative. My two daughters just said, "We'll never take drugs!" I can only hope and pray that will be the case. Exhibits like this that tell "it like it is" will make a big difference.

Kay Sharples
Wheaton, IL
November 1, 2006

This was all right; I already knew everything.

Timmy Mandeville
DeMotte, Indiana
November 1, 2006

The life of a person who abuses substances is a sick and fatal one. My choice is drug-free – 86 days without any substances. I have a choice and I am maintaining one day at a time.

Jerry M.
Chicago
October 30, 2006

Clean and sober one day at a time. Thank God for change, saving my life.

Robert R.
Chicago
October 30, 2006

Recovering one day at a time. Truly grateful. Thanks for the vivid pictures.

Tracy F.
Chicago
October 30, 2006

I'm a recovering heroin addict (2 months sober today!). I'm going to school to be a drug counselor. This exhibit gives me chills due to the reality of it.

Jenni
Milwaukee
October 30, 2006

We as a school had red ribbon week, and today we came here to see the exhibit. I think you guys did a wonderful job showing kids (high school age) how dangerous it really is.

Amanda D
Schaumburg, IL
October 30, 2006

It was a good exhibit.

Allison Tomaszewski
Alsip
October 29, 2006

It is devastating to see the affects of some of these substances. I would not put it on the hands of dealers because of the addictive nature of people. It would be nice to see more treatment of this human condition. If there is no demand, there is no supply.

Anthony Dellacecca
Mundelein, IL
October 29, 2006

I found the exhibit to be riveting; I learned a lot.

Julie Lillis
West Palm Beach, Florida
October 28, 2006

The museum was a good experience.

Dominique Merrell
Joliet
October 28, 2006

This exhibit in the museum was very good. It made kids think twice about doing any kind of drugs.

Danielle Robinson
Joliet, Illinois
October 28, 2006

Great exhibit! Hope as many people can see this exhibit! Thank you!

Kathryn
Niles, IL
October 28, 2006

I'm a nursing student. This exhibit is very useful, informative, and a learning experience, not only for me but for everyone. Thank you.

Tasmee
Chicago
October 28, 2006

Last week was Drug Free Week at my son's school. This exhibit was a wonderful learning experience for the whole family. Thanks!

Lori
Highland, IN
October 28, 2006

I liked it.

Abigail
Porter, IN
October 27, 2006

THIS IS AWESOME; I'VE LEARNED SO MUCH MY BRAIN HURTS.

ANDY
CHICAGO
October 27, 2006

VERY GOOD EXHIBIT. I LEARNED A LOT.

CASSIDY
GOSHEN
October 26, 2006

I THINK THAT THIS EXHIBIT WAS A VERY INTERESTING ONE. THEY HAD MANY INTERESING FACTS ABOUTS DRUGS AND THE THINGS THAT THEY CAN DO TO YOU. BEFORE I START ANY, I WILL THINK TWICE.

SHUMONTA HENDERSON
CHICAGO
October 26, 2006

This is Awesome! and soo soo soo soo real.

Anthony Fernandez
Palos Hills, IL
October 26, 2006

I LIKED THE EXHIBIT, ESPECIALLY THE PARTS ABOUT THE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT.

LINDA RODRIGUEZ
DETROIT, MI
October 26, 2006

GOOD

CARLOS ARANGO
MEXICO
October 26, 2006

I am so happy I got to see this exhibit because I am recently a crackhead from the projects who had all the wrong turns in life. I've almost done everything you can think of and trust me it's not fun at all. You feel as if your life is over when you become addicted.

Anonymous
Chicago
October 25, 2006

It was a rude awakening. Thank you.

Mrs. Faye R. Kimes
Harvey, IL
October 25, 2006

I really like this place; I'm actually learning something!

Michael Taylor
Chicago Heights
October 25, 2006

This exhibit is an exhibit to remember. I have really learned a lot about drugs. Thank you.

Harry Durden
Chicago Hts, Il
October 25, 2006

You guys did a wonderful job on this exhibit. You are facing a tough challenge but let's keep at it. Education is the best prevention. Good luck!

Anonymous
Chicago
October 25, 2006

I know my uncle was a crack addict. He used to always yell and look paranoid, and one day he was supposed to go to the store around the corner and come back home. He did, but when he was coming back, he passed our house like 50 times. I'm like, please let me out of the car; I'll walk. But that's what crack does to you. After that, he got into a situation and now nobody knows if he's missing or dead. So please, people, whatever you do, don't do drugs. You don't want your picture in this exhibit do you? I don't!

Tejal
Chicago
October 25, 2006

Drugs = death

Aaron
Northbrook,IL
October 24, 2006

I really really liked this exhibit. It was really cool!!!

Kevin Schwendt
LaGrange, IL
October 24, 2006

I can't believe famous Judy Garland used drugs.

Taylor
Elkhorn
October 24, 2006

ALTHOUGH THERE WAS SOME INFORMATION ON PRODUCTION OF DRUGS, WE WISH THAT THE EXHIBIT HAD MADE THE ACTUAL CONNECTION BETWEEN DRUGS AND TERRORISM INSTEAD OF JUST SHOWING PICTURES SIDE BY SIDE. IF THERE WAS NO PROHIBITION WOULD THE TERRORISTS STILL BE PROFITING?

EMMA AND LOUISA
CHICAGO
October 23, 2006

Enjoyed; very educational. Too much political content.

Jess
Chicago, IL
October 23, 2006

I had fun. I was talking, walking, etc.

Marcella
Chicago, IL
October 23, 2006

I enjoyed the exhibit. It was very enlightening. It really allows you to see every angle affected by drug abuse, from the small child to the small child picking crops. Very well done.

Lazhota
Chicago, IL
October 23, 2006

I think that the exhibit is really great!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rebecca
Elgin, IL
October 21, 2006

I like the exhibit and the stuff it teaches you.

Shea Muske
Chicago, IL
October 20, 2006

Thank you for teaching me about drugs!

Allison
Beech Grove
October 20, 2006

I teach Health in high school and I feel that this information is necessary for our youth to see and experience. They are experimenting with peers and have no idea what they may find themselves addicted to or the kind of danger they may later become exposed to.

C A Powell
Chicago, IL
October 19, 2006

I am a new volunteer here, and finding this exhibit is exciting to me. I work with teens during the summer and I will get in touch with as many as possible to encourage them to come to this exhibit. Thank you.

Shedrick Sanders
Chicago, IL
October 18, 2006

Don't be a fool, stay in school!!! But for real, though, stay off the crack, people; you don't want your picture in this exhibit just because you wanted to get an 8 Ball. Stop trying to fit in.

Tejai Morton
Chicago, IL
October 18, 2006

This exhibit showed me not to take drugs and how poor of a choice it would be. I have been pressured many times to do drugs or alcohol, and I have said no and this exhibit showed me that I made the right choice!

Mikey Gendell
Glencoe, IL
October 18, 2006

I am coming off a six-month relapse after an 18 month term of sobriety from alcohol. This exhibit is truly an “eye-opener” for me as I've always felt invincible when I use; I am not. My abuse not only affects me but society as well. I was excited to come and was extremely satisfied with the depth of information.

Mannon
Chicago, IL
October 18, 2006

This is a great educational piece of information for the world to see, especially the young people. They need to really understand that drugs kill.

Connalita Steward
Chicago, IL
October 17, 2006

THIS IS A GREAT EXHIBIT FOR ALL PEOPLE TO SEE. THANKS FOR MAKING IT POSSIBLE.

CRYSTAL FRANKLIN
Joliet, IL
October 17, 2006

I am currently in a treatment facility and I truly appreciate this exhibit. This is a very serious epidemic in the U.S. and today's kids and teens need to know the effects and causes drugs have on humans and society. Thank you.

Melanie F
Rockford, IL
October 17, 2006

We brought high school health students to the exhibit. We were very impressed. A must see exhibit for students.

Det. Kathy Schreiner
Elgin, IL
October 17, 2006

Excellent information - too bad more students and adults haven't had the opportunity to view this exhibit - drugs, driving, money laundering, consequences of actions, etc., a huge awakening for teens who think they are invincible. Thank you.

Dr. Marlene Berman
Streamwood, IL
October 17, 2006

As the district U-46 Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator, I find that the reality of the exhibit is enormous. If it just reaches a few to change their lives, it's worth it.

Dr. Marlene Berman
Elgin, IL
October 17, 2006

Very informative. Appreciate for high school age students. A must see.

Detective Kathy Schrener
Elgin
October 17, 2006

There were some good things and some bad things but it was cool.

James Taylor
Maywood
October 16, 2006

Very well put together. Not only does the exhibit focus on the negative impact drugs have on people and society, but also about treatment and recovery.

Chris
Chicago
October 16, 2006

Cool place. Nice job.

Kayla Kuehl
Mukwonago
October 15, 2006

We really enjoyed this exhibit. We learned a lot. Thanks.

The Kinley Boys
Highland, IN
October 15, 2006

This place was one of the best places I have ever visited in my life.

Shane McKee
Altoona
October 14, 2006

I really liked this exhibit. My friend and I learned a lot more here than we learn in health class at school. The different kinds of stories were very touching, and helped me realize that drugs may seem cool to some they are really not.

Brittany
Chicago
October 14, 2006

I enjoyed this exhibit very much. It was a great way to open my eyes about drugs. What really got me was the drug lab at the hotel.

Claire
Evanston
October 14, 2006

A truly informative exhibit. Good presentation, interesting for older children and adults. Thank you for offering it.

Mary Kitzberger
North Riverside
October 13, 2006

Very interesting and informative exhibit!

Christine Zogas
Riverside, IL
October 13, 2006

Been, Done That, Have the T-Shirt.

Keith Leoni
Chicago, IL
October 13, 2006

This is the very best exhibit I have ever seen. Very and I mean very informative; this may save some lives!

Mary Combs, Jr.
Oak Lawn
October 12, 2006

My first roommate had a minor drug addiction to pot that I didn't know about when I moved in. For five years I tried to help. I watched as the problem grew from pot to coke. She always claimed she had it “under control.” Last I heard she dropped out of school, lost her job, and got kicked out of her apartment. She did NOT have it under control. Please say NO to drugsÑitÕs just not worth it.

Kristen
Johnson City, TN
October 11, 2006

I like the museum.

Jasmia Hamilton
Chicago, Illionis
October 11, 2006

This is a good museum and I learned many things and would like to come back.

Alfred Khadyah
Chicago, IL
October 10, 2006

It was very good! Now I know more why not to do drugs.

Parosh Ashley
Oak Park, IL
October 10, 2006

hi dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i hate drugs! but this is a great exhibit! later dudes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Heather Mack
Oak Park, Illinois
October 10, 2006

Great displays. Lots of information and photos, very informative.

Melanie S.
Fort Wayne, IN
October 10, 2006

I would bring all of my friends to this. Very educational. Great exhibit. MAKE THIS PERMANENT!

Alec Schwartz
Arlington Heights
October 10, 2006

This is a great exhibit!! Very real. Would bring any of my friends to this or come back any time.

Joe Salvato
Arlington Heights
October 10, 2006

We enjoyed this exhibit and learned a lot. Thank you for a job well done. Officer from Oak Park Police Department

Oak Park Police Explorers
Oak Park
October 10, 2006

I am a former drug user but now I'm in the Women's Treatment Center getting myself some help. Thank God that he chose me because I don't think I would have lasted too long using drugs. Mentally I canÕt handle them because I get so depressed, and I can't be screwed up like that because I have kids that I love so much and I'm going to take care of my kids. I just had a baby three weeks ago. God, please continue to bless me and all the sick and suffering addicts. Cure us all, Lord. Amen.

Sonovig Petty
Chicago
October 9, 2006

Brought youth from Valentine Boys and Girls Club for drug awareness.

Gina Hopp
Chicago
October 9, 2006

I thought that this exhibit was very interesting because I learned a lot. Security Officer Troy Steward was great! He gave us a tour of Drugs: Costs & Consequences.

Oak Park Police Department: Police Explorers
Oak Park, IL
October 9, 2006

DRUGS SUCK

Kelly Lucas
Chicago
October 9, 2006

I AM THE TORCH CLUB AND EDUCAIONAL INSTRUCTOR FOR THE VALENTINE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB IN CHICAGO. TODAY I BROUGHT A GROUP OF YOUTH FROM OUR TORCH CLUB TO VEIW THE EXIBIT AS A FOLLOWUP TO OUR DRUG AWARNESS PROGRAM THAT WE RAN AT OUR CLUB.

GINA HOPP
CHICAGO
October 9, 2006

The exhibit was informative and more information should be given to the public regarding this exhibit.

Antar A. Khan
Chicago, Illinois
October 9, 2006

A must for all to visit.

JAN PAHA
VERNON HILLS, IL
October 8, 2006

I really like your drug exhibit; it was very powerful and can really open people's eyes on what drugs can really do to you even the first time you try them.

Courtney Lewis
Jenison, MI
October 8, 2006

This exhibit is very good to teach teenagers and kids like me what are the harmful affects of drugs and alcohol. Do you know that 20 percent of 8th graders and juniors in high school do drugs or drink alcohol!!! That is really bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mariam Laasraoui
Naperville
October 8, 2006

Very interesting interactive displays!

Elizabeth Mueller
Fulton, Missouri
October 7, 2006

This program should be aired on TV and supplied to public schools. Very Good.

Terry Smith
Chicago, IL
October 7, 2006

I learned that even celebrities take drugs!

Ryan Wilburn
Naperville
October 6, 2006

This museum is great; we had a wonderful time and lots of fun =) maybe we'll come back. We hope so. Tschuess Goodbye Au revoir

Anna, Lisa und Svenja
Tostedt, near Hamburg, Germany
October 6, 2006

Hi. I am a student from Peterson School and I am here visiting for a field trip, and I am having a good time. Thank you.

Stavi
Chicago, IL
October 6, 2006

Great Job.

Latoyia Robinson
Chicago, IL
October 5, 2006

Drug abuse is not the answer to stress management, nor is it the key to solving problems; It's a cop out.

Kaileen
Chicago, IL
October 4, 2006

Really interesting presentation.

Jennifer Tackes
Newport News, VA
October 4, 2006

It was great; we had so much fun.

doimnique
October 3, 2006

THIS MUSEUM IS COOL. I LIKE IT AND I WANT TO COME BACK SOME DAY.

NIKKI
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
October 3, 2006

This exhibit was nothing I thought it would be. It was better!! But the most important thing I learned about was methamphetamine (meth) and how it changes your life and body. WOW!!

Amanda M.
Chicago Heights, IL
October 3, 2006

This exhibit was a waste of money, but there were some things that I did like in it. I thought it would have been bigger, but I still liked it.

Unique Sharp
Chicago Heights, IL
October 3, 2006

I can relate to the people smoking week because I know some people who have done it and even CONTINUED.

Ashantee K.
Chicago Heights, IL
October 3, 2006

We learned a lot about drugs.

Ronisha
Chicago Heights, IL
October 3, 2006

We learned how people store drugs in their cars.

Brittany J. and Stacie H.
Chicago Heights, IL
October 3, 2006

This exhibit was great! I learned how drugs affect you.

Jorge Gamero
Highland Park, IL
October 3, 2006

Please help save my community. Thank You.

Rexford King
Chicago
October 1, 2006

Coming from a recovering addict, I was very impressed!

Jackie Liss
Highland Park, IL
September 30, 2006

Excellent exhibit! I direct a treatment center in Alaska.

Anne
Anchorage, Alaska
September 30, 2006

The exibit was cool, but there was not a lot to do!!!

JOE
DIXON, IL
September 30, 2006

I SMOKED,DRANK,AND DID COKE. I QUIT IN 1979 AND NEVER CAME BACK TO THEM. THE HARDEST TO QUIT WAS SMOKING CIG'S.

Tom
Milwaukee
September 30, 2006

Drugs arereally bad. DONT do them.

Rebekah
Lemont, IL
September 29, 2006

GREAT

NaHriah McCondichie
Chicago, IL
September 28, 2006

This is a wonderful exhibit; keep up the good work. I learned a lot of things I didn't know about drugs and the impact they have on many young lives.

Monique Powell
Chicago, IL
September 28, 2006

Excellent information...to bring awareness to the danger of illegal drugs. Where they are made and devastation caused to our country. Hopefully people will think about this and go back to their community and get involved in preventing drug use/addiction.

suzanne horsfall
battlecreek, MI
September 26, 2006

Don't do drugs because it will mess up your brain. So stop taking drugs!

Artaja Davis
South Holland, IN
September 24, 2006

great

Megan
Houston, Texas
September 23, 2006

I think this exhibit is great. I really think CPS should require every child 4th grade through 12th grade to see this exhibit. Since the children are the future they need to see reality. I think you should bring in some recovering addicts to talk about the...

Stephanie Pozdoll
Chicago
September 23, 2006

uhhhhh.....dont do drugs. stay in school. you aint too cool.

Anna Davila
Elkhart, IN
September 23, 2006

THANK YOU. YOU HELPED A RECOVERING ADDICT.

JEFF BROWN
CHICAGO
September 23, 2006

I'm a grateful, recovering addict in the NA program and being at this exhibit has been a very scary reminder of what I have waiting for me if I go back to using. Thank you all for this wonderful experience.

Alec Erickson
Las Vegas
September 23, 2006

This is a great exhibit. CPS should require all students 4th grade and up to see it. Also, I think you should have some recovering addicts (young) here to tell their story to the guests. Recovering addicts who have survived death the hard way. Show our future (the children, young adults) not to do this.

Jeff Brown
Chicago
September 23, 2006

23 months, 6 days clean. This was a real eye opener. Will tell other recovering addicts to come and see.

Jeff Brown
Des Plaines
September 23, 2006

I was completely moved by the exhibit. I'm thinking about now joining a local police department and fight the war on drugs!!

Sammi Ayyad
Palos Hills
September 19, 2006

I thought this was very enlightening but also very sad. It seems things are getting worse, not better.

Katie Tofanelli
Homer Glen, IL
September 19, 2006

This is good for everybody in society to become more informed about the facts, the reality and danger. Due to lack of information and education, moral principals suffer.

Lidia Aguilera
Mexico
September 19, 2006

VERY EMOTIONAL, EXCELLENT DISPLAY

SEAN MUNRO
WHITEHORSE, YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA
September 18, 2006

This is very good exhibit, new from my day as a child coming here.

Dominique Hudson
Chicago,IL
September 18, 2006

The whole thing was very intereting but a little scary. The kids really got to me, though.

Erica Ghist
Detroit
September 17, 2006

I WORK THE THE FIELD DRUG ADDICTION AND HAVE FOR YEARS. THIS IS BOTH AN EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION, BUT ALSO ONE THAT HOPEFULLY FOSTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH AND THE FAMILY MEMBERS THAT LOVE THEM TO HAVE BRUTALLY HONEST DIALOGUES ABOUT DRUGS.

RENEE FORD
GIBSONA, PA
September 16, 2006

IN OPPOSITION TO EARLIER COMMENTS, I THINK NOW THAT IT'S FINALLY STARTING TO SINK INTO PEOPLE'S HEADS! THAT NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WORLD, DRUGS AND ITS' MANY FACTIONS CAN AFFECT YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES IN ALL ASPECTS OF LIFE.

TROY
CHICAGO
September 16, 2006

Very informative. Wished the exhibit was offered in all cities and towns across the country. It's needed.

McKinley
Chicago
September 16, 2006

Huge eye opener. Educate, educate, educate! Need more programs like this. Great idea.

Brittini
Chicago
September 16, 2006

I work in the field. We cannot educate enough. Good exhibition. One suggestion: staff with people who have been there; theyÑthey want to give back.

Renee Ford
Gilisonia, PA
September 16, 2006

Hey, the story of addiction: good stuff. Thanks!

Jennifer Stecco
Davie, Florida
September 16, 2006

Really opened my eyes to the world of drugs and life in general. Thanks.

Patsy Stecco
Davie, Florida
September 16, 2006

I would be interested in seeing more about harm reduction methods--such as methadone, needle exchange programs, etc.

Ashley K.
Chicago
September 15, 2006

I really appreciate this; it opens my eyes to a lot of things, and I've had family members dealing with these struggles. Thanks.

Alicia Cooper
Griffith
September 14, 2006

This is one of the best exhibit you have here.

Dorrise
Chicago
September 11, 2006

Wonderful exhibit!

Lida Jones
Burlington, KY
September 10, 2006

I believe that drugs are a force to stop us from where we want to go. Everyone has something that they want to do and the usage of drugs is the obstacle. I don't do drugs. Why? Because I refuse to become the stereotype in today's society.

Kahari
Chicago
September 9, 2006

The Drugs: Costs & Consequences exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry was an eye-opening experience! I was impressed with how thorough the information was presented! I look forward to bringing my students in October!

Brent Swolsky
Schaumburg
September 8, 2006

This exhibit is really nice; I really like the theme because it has history of old police equipment and today's police equipment.

Lenard Fields
Chicago,IL
September 6, 2006

I really enjoyed your exhibit.

Marisa
Kankakee, IL
September 4, 2006

Don't do drugs.

Anthony
Oak Lawn, Il
September 4, 2006

Keep up the struggle for America's youth. Thanks!

Mark
Collins
September 4, 2006

THIS IS VERY GOOD INFORMATION; I WAS IN SHOCK TO KNOW THIS.

NISSCO
CLEVELAND
September 3, 2006

Very Well Done!

Patrick W. Reich
Valley Falls, Kansas
September 3, 2006

I think this is a good exhibit to show children and adults alike what drug use is in this country.

Matthew
Cuba, MO
September 3, 2006

THE WHITE MAN HAS TRAFFICKED ENOUGH DRUGS INTO AMERICA. I AM TIRED OF SEEING PEOPLE ADDICTED TO NASTY DRUGS. IT'S TIME FOR A REVOLUTION AND SAY NO TO DRUGS!

Isaura Salinas
Chicago
September 2, 2006

Drugs are for thugs.

Emmet
Texas
August 30, 2006

Hugs not drugs

John
Milwaukee
August 29, 2006

This exhibit is very impressive because it shows what damage drugs cause.

Sarah
Altoetting (Germany)
August 29, 2006

Avoid taking drugs; it ruins you!!!

Meni und Tom
Winhoering, Germany
August 29, 2006

We both learned a lot from your wonderful exhibit! Thank you so much!

Vanessa and Dominick Hart
Chicago
August 28, 2006

This museum is so much fun; I want to come again next year.

Kevin Williams
Calumet Park, IL
August 28, 2006

Eye opening exhibit, very informative.

Derrick Grady
Chicago
August 27, 2006

This exhibit was very important to see. The guide provided gave extra insight on exactly what I was looking at. I wish all inner city youth could come and visit this exhibit.

Jovan Burnside
Chicago
August 26, 2006

Don't get high...you'll act like a total dork.

Kjelse
Rockford, IL
August 26, 2006

THIS INFORMATION THAT WAS PRESENTED HERE WAS VERY INTERESTING AND I FEEL THAT THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL ENLIGHTEN MANY GENERATIONS TO COME. I FEEL THAT THEY NEED TO PRESENT SOME OF THIS INFORMATION IN SCHOOLS.

VAKEDA JONES
HAZEL CREST, IL
August 26, 2006

I work in an outpatient drug program. I have had three clients die from drug use during the past year. Intervention works. This exhibit is well done.

Lauren
Ashland, Oregon
August, 2006

I am a high school senior and have seen a lot of drugs at school. I know what the consequences are of taking drugs, and because of that I have not tried drugs. This exhibit just reinforced what I have learned. Thanks for making this exhibit available to all of us!

Roxanne
Ashland, Oregon
August, 2006

My boyfriend does pot and I hate it!

Mine Z
Chicago
August, 2006

I knew a girl in Springfield, IL who did drugs and had issues with booze; I was in love with her. I watched her destroy herself and family members. She recovered but it was like watching her fall in love with demons. If it was not for the drugs, I probably would have married her. She was sweet and caring. When drugs took over, she turned into a different person.

Billy Anderson
Oswego, IL
August, 2006

It's very nice that everything is in one place. This drug collection is good for kids to see. We came from Hungary for holiday. Best wishes.

Becki
Hungary
August, 2006

I am 20 months clean from a heroin addiction that nearly killed me. Thank you for this exhibit.

Andy
Detroit, Michigan
August, 2006

This exhibit is a little more than biased. There is much left to be explained on all of the subjects.

Zach White
Cincinatti, OH
August, 2006

Never do drugs. Does it sound fun to be slamming into walls after shooting up? How about shaking uncontrollably wanting to itch your skin off and vomiting all night because of heroin? Didn't think so.

Nick Bernstein
Oak Park
August 24, 2006

good

joe emady
chicago
August 24, 2006

Nice job!!!

Dr. TKD
CHGO
August 24, 2006

Very nice. Everyone should bring their family to this exhibit.

Sam Ayyad
Palos Hills, IL
August 22, 2006

Pretty interesting!

Victoria Ogunsanya
Chicago
August 21, 2006

My father works for DEA and we are very proud of all of his accomplishments.

Jacob Oberst
Indianaplis, IN
August 20, 2006

This exhibit was excellent, well put, lots of info.

L. Nieve
Chicago, IL
August 19, 2006

The exhibit brought a lot of insight to how drugs are made, where they are made, and how they affect our everyday lives. The exhibit where there is a room set up with a baby's crib really reminded me of the people I've seen on the street and how they may live in these conditions. I am myself a victim of drug usage (weed) and have managed to stop here and there but never completely. I am very blessed to have resisted the pressure of trying Ecstasy/Crack and to be raised in a drug-free home by drug-free parents. Love you Momma! Daddy!

Anonymous
Chicago
August 19, 2006

Keep up with this exhibition. Great education to my son and his friend.

Anonymous
Chicago
August 19, 2006

I LOVE THIS MUSEUM!

TARA
CICERO
August 19, 2006

I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT. THANK YOU.

ASHLEY
SOLORSANO
August 19, 2006

A lot of informational value and content.

Chris
Evergreen Park
August 19, 2006

My dad is a DEA agent and helped make this. Woo-Hoo!

Caroline
Kenilworth, IL
August 18, 2006

Wonderful excibit. I used it to teach my son.

Juan Santiago
Summit, IL
August 18, 2006

I am an employee here; drugs destroyed the people around, many cousins and friends down in college. I miss them deeply; I dedicated this exhibit to family and friends I lost over the years to drugs. People my age and younger should know the side effects.

Jessica Fobs
Chicago,IL
August 18, 2006

Well done, chaps.

Kevin Marvin Buscemi
The Boonies
August 18, 2006

Coolest anit-drug exhibit I've ever seen. Very powerful.

Ms. Cynthia Lou Bangert
CHICAGO
August 18, 2006

I tried drugs and I didn't have the problems you speak of.

Joe Crede
Chicago
August 17, 2006

I think this exhibit is great; I wish it was out when I was in school. I see a lot of people come through this exhibit and totally miss the message of what the DEA is trying say.

Troy Steward
Chicago,IL
August 17, 2006

Thank you for telling us about drugs. My friend BOBBY and I, PAUL, pledge that we will not put any dangerous stuff in our body. My friend's grandfather died when he was 44 because he drank a lot of alcohol.

paul
chicago
August 17, 2006

Very interesting, especially the mock meth lab.

Deena
Chicago
August 17, 2006

This was fun.

Kt
Cheektowaga
August 17, 2006

I have a sister that has used drugs. She overdosed on heroin and had year old twins in the house, my six year old sister, and my three year old son. She is now a full-fledged drug addict, has been evicted from her apartment, always broke, children basically taking care of themselves. She has abandoned her children; my mother is raising the kids now but the kids have problems, anger and theft, and don't want to go to school and some week smoking. She has also brought two other children into this world, 18 months and 7 months, with drugs in their systems, and now they have special needs. When will this epidemic ever end?

Demetria M. Kirk
Chicago
August 16, 2006

I love this museum! hi.

Katie
Oswego
August 16, 2006

I really enjoyed this exhibit. It was better then any health class I had. It was a really cool experience.

Yadira
Connecticut
August 16, 2006

This exhibit was very enlighting for me. I knew people who participated in the drug scene, and I never realized until now how they played a part in the lives of the people they sold drugs to. I'm also saddened by the effects of drugs on families.

Demetria Kirk
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2006

I love this place...it is so much fun to be at.

Kala
Burlington
August 15, 2006

People should be arrested if found with any kind of drug with at least a short amount of time because everyone knows drugs are bad for u.

Erin
Burlington
August 15, 2006

CIGARETTES SHOULD BE ILLEGAL

NIKKI
CHICAGO
August 15, 2006

Excellent exhibit. I believe that every person should come and see this and witness the effects that drugs have on people and children!!

Nikki Cowgill
Medford, Oregon
August 15, 2006

I have seen a lot of drug abuse raised here. My grandfather, father, uncle, and aunt were using some form of drugs (alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine). I have had students come into class high on marijuana and one showing symptoms of crack cocaine use; it's sad to say he's dead now. Drugs = Stupidity Drugs = Sorrow Drugs = Pain Drugs = Death

Anonymous
Chicago
August 14, 2006

Wow man!

Sally Fresh
Little Rock, Arkansas
August 14, 2006

I learned a lot of stuff at this exhibit.

Pam
Bethesda, Maryland
August 14, 2006

Like drugs are not good and stuff. Like alcohol is ok every now and then but not drugs.

Teh Pwner
Holland
August 14, 2006

Very enlightening, and chilling at points. I think that this is a very worth while exhibit.

Katie Harland
Wheaton, IL
August 13, 2006

Drugs are dangerous. So people take drugs and it makes them sick.

Jurnee Wright
Chicago, IL
August 13, 2006

I WORK IN THE DRUG ADDICTION FIELD AND IT REALLY IS GOOD TO SEE THE EXHIBIT BECAUSE PEOPLE CAN BE EDUCATED ON THE EFFECTS OF DRUG ABUSE NOT JUST ON THE BODY AND BRAIN BUT HOW IT AFFECTS FAMILIES AND ESPECIALLY CHILDREN.

Jackie Harris
Chicago
August 13, 2006

This exhibit was fantasmagorical it; was truly a fascinating educational experience. It made an impact on my view of the nation and the world. I would much recommend this splendid exhibit to young teenagers who are facing troubles with peers trying to force.

Ben Greenberg
Midland, MI
August 13, 2006

The exhibit was wonderful and told me a lot about what I didn't know about drugs and what they can do to your body. Thank for making it.

Brian Greenberg
Glenview,IL
August 13, 2006

I am an employee here and I really enjoyed myself here because this was the first time that I viewed this exhibit.

Eboni Bridge
Chicago
August 13, 2006

Museum is excellent.

Robert Lopatecki
Cracow
August 13, 2006

Real information about effects and the lives of users and sellers was sparse at best. The heavy and morphing bias of those involved in putting this exhibit together missed on thier goal to inform. Instead they have created a message based on fear and gene.

Diego Lopez
Chicago, Il
August 13, 2006

I thought this place had a lot of good information to have.

Christian
Grand Rapids
August 12, 2006

I thought this place was cool. It needs more interactive displays.

Andrew Fee
Melcher, Dallas
August 12, 2006

Looking at everything made me learn a lot.

Enrique
Chicago
August 12, 2006

Thanks for helping to educate.

Sandy
Tennessee
August 12, 2006

WOW this place is pretty cool. I mean It's fun; you can get lost, though, but it is awsome other wise well bye!!!

Chelsea Allen
Mason, Michigan
August 12, 2006

Interesting and informative. Could be more interactive.

Michael Decker
Davidsonville, MD
August 11, 2006

I really enjoyed the state that i am in and the museum is the best loves t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

larry
sterling heights
August 11, 2006

Real informative stuff. Pretty interesting. Anyone can learn something new here.

Mar
Detroit
August 11, 2006

Very informative educational.

Howard
Detroit
August 11, 2006

very good

Kevin
Chicago
August 11, 2006

This Exhibit was very eye opening for me. What ever you think you know will go out the window when you see this great, so amazing exhibit.

June Robinson
Calumet City
August 11, 2006

Great stuff!

William Showers
Chicago
August 11, 2006

Wow, I had no idea how drugs came to the US!

Joanie McConnell
Collinsville, IL
August 11, 2006

WAS A GOOD EXPERIENCE TO BE ON THIS PLACE.

ZELEMIA
EL SALVADOR
August 11, 2006

I love your program!

Celine Harrison
Indianapolis
August 11, 2006

I wish this was around when I was a kid. It could have changed so many lives. I hope every school kid in Chicago sees this.

Lisa S.
Crystal Lake, IL
August 10, 2006

Thank you for bringing this exhibit here - hopefully it will open the eyes of young kids and there will be fewer drug related deaths.

Linda Lamm
New Berlin, WI
August 10, 2006

The exhibit was amazing! As a teacher for the deaf I am concerned about the drug abuse that takes place in the deaf community. It's a huge problem! The community lacks resources and information.

Jennie Ferkaluk
Lockport, IL
August 10, 2006

Our son, Jay Balchunas, was a DEA Task Force Officer who was killed in the line of duty 11-05-04 in Milwaukee, WI. Thank you for bringing this exhibit to Chicago. It is an important step in the war against drugs.

Donald & Mary Kay Balchunas
New Berlin, WI
August 10, 2006

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