Did you ever notice that the posts by the Forum's trolls get more frequent, longer and more inflammatory toward the end of the month? My guess is that they are on medical welfare and have run out of government meds intended to calm them down.
Or they could simply be welfare recipients who have used up their EBT cash cards and can't buy their "medical" drugs on street corners anymore. You never know.
It's long been an accepted (but seldom discussed) appreciation in psychiatry that "recreational" psychoactive substances abuse among patient populations with major thought disorders - schizophrenia in particular - is undertaken in efforts at "self-medication" to abate the positive and negative symptoms of such pathology.
It's why street drug use (and the diversion of prescription medications) is a helluva hot issue among clinicians responsible for the medical management of such patients. Bear in mind that such major thought disorders tend rather reliably to manifest during the late second decade of life (the teenage years) and the third decade (with the "twenty-somethings"), both periods rife with exposure to the drug culture.
If these young people are habituated to street drugs before they're gotten onto effective regimens of neuroleptic meds, it's hard as hell to keep them stable and functional, as they refuse their milder, less "exciting" antipsychotic drugs to get the whoopee!
secondary effects of amphetamines, cocaine, opioid agonists, and the rest of that goddam crap.