Hey, I got a question for those who have experience with this stuff -- Meth use is growing around here like crazy. Like, scary crazy. Our local sheriff said recently that it's a much bigger problem than Marijuana. I went and visited the "Oregon Meth Watch" sites, and the PSA stuff about it, and it warns about the dangers of taking, and getting hooked on meth, but it doesn't say how to deal with people who are high on meth. My wife knows someone who was killed by his son, who was high, and a member of her extended family is gone for weeks at a time, completely hooked on the stuff. I've read that it's a stimulant, that it produces paranoia, and shorts out the pain receptors, so that if you're high, you don't have the usual restraints to how hard you can push yourself. How does one best survive an encounter with a paranoid person, who's on meth? Can you tell? Can you calm them down somehow? Right now, this is rapidly becoming the most likely confrontation I'll run into. What's the best way to de-escalate, and get out of the situation with my own skin, and my family's?