John McAfee Tells CNBC That If He's Going To Do Drugs, They're Going To Be Good

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Following his deportation from Guatemala, anti-virus mogul turned public train wreck John McAfee is back on U.S. soil. It doesn't seem that he's back on solid ground though, so to speak. Earlier this morning McAfee gave a characteristically far-out interview on CNBC's Squawk Box.

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In addition to talking about his adventures, including torture, drug use, and his many female companions, McAfee also made an odd and meticulously worded bath salts comment. Specifically that:

"Bath salts are used by people that don't have a lot of money in order to get high in a way that makes you want to eat people's faces. If I decided to start doing drugs again, I have the resources to do good drugs."

Whatever that means.

[CNBC]

DISCUSSION

Dear John: I think people would take you more seriously, and less as a whack job, if you would do something about that HAIR.

Good luck (and expensive drugs) to you.

~Curves

PS-Oh, and the bat shit craZy stuff that comes out of your mouth isn't helping either.