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2013-01-16 01:40:20 PM
HAPPY CLOWN!

i.imgur.com
 
2013-01-16 01:40:31 PM
I do not hydrocodone this behavior.
 
2013-01-16 01:40:34 PM
Headline was so funny I choked on vomit.

(not actually my vomit. You can't...y'know.....dust for vomit)
 
2013-01-16 01:41:15 PM
If you like Spinal Tap and you haven't checked out the commentary track from the 3 leads where they basically comment over the whole movie in-character, as if they were watching themselves 15 years later, it's hilarious and nearly as good as the movie itself. Probably the closest thing to a Spinal Tap 2, check it out.
 
2013-01-16 01:42:16 PM

Bill_Wick's_Friend: Headline was so funny I choked on vomit.

(not actually my vomit. You can't...y'know.....dust for vomit)


I threw up in your mouth a little
 
2013-01-16 01:45:18 PM
I have some hydrocodone left over from my surgery, so I'm getting a kick etc.
 
2013-01-16 01:45:39 PM
Sex and drugs and sausage roll!
 
2013-01-16 01:46:39 PM
Cutting into big Pharma profits.
 
2013-01-16 01:48:42 PM
The quasi-legality of opioids in the United States is absolutely asinine. Just make the stupid things legal, and redirect all of the enforcement money to addiction treatment already.

Yes, some additional number of people may become addicted to the drugs, and accidental overdoses of painkillers will continue to be a major health problem. But in a very non-intuitive twist, it turns out that the prohibition of drugs often actually increases the use of that drug, and increases the intensity of that use. It turns out there's no actual evidence for the argument that if it's legal, more people will use it.

On the other hand, you wouldn't have idiot kids breaking into houses to search for pain pills, you wouldn't have people turning to street heroin when they can't get pills, and you wouldn't have all of the violence and lawlessness that accompanies the black market for pills.

Make it legal, make it a little safer, and spend the money wasted on enforcement on something more useful to society.
 
2013-01-16 01:48:45 PM
"---We don't smoke marijuana in Muscogee,
That's not how we like to get our thrills;
We just go to Granny's for the weekend
And she keeps us stoned on her prescription pills."

Best I could do on short notice.

\\\ Got nothin' as usual.
 
2013-01-16 01:49:22 PM
$6. a pill....if it sounds to good to be true...it's probably an undercover agent.
 
2013-01-16 01:51:32 PM
No Viagra, with a sweet woman like that?
 
2013-01-16 01:53:13 PM
grandma?
 
2013-01-16 02:00:43 PM

uncleacid: No Viagra, with a sweet woman like that?


That's a rough looking 66...
 
2013-01-16 02:02:01 PM
Poor old people who don't have enough money to make ends meet get screwed
easy to bust them without putting yourself in danger
 
2013-01-16 02:24:20 PM

Bill_Wick's_Friend: Headline was so funny I choked on vomit.

(not actually my vomit. You can't...y'know.....dust for vomit)


+11
 
2013-01-16 03:32:03 PM
As a chronic pain patient, I can't condone their actions. It's people like this that force me to undergo pee tests and have my pills counted at my dr's.

That being said, they're probably just trying to make ends meet and not have to eat cat food for the last week of the month.

F*ck the DEA and their interfering, bs existence. Why aren't they fighting cartels and importers instead of busting street level dealers and addicts?
 
2013-01-16 05:30:25 PM
This certainly make me proud to be a Muskogee resident
 
2013-01-16 06:00:30 PM

The Larch: The quasi-legality of opioids in the United States is absolutely asinine. Just make the stupid things legal, and redirect all of the enforcement money to addiction treatment already.

Yes, some additional number of people may become addicted to the drugs, and accidental overdoses of painkillers will continue to be a major health problem. But in a very non-intuitive twist, it turns out that the prohibition of drugs often actually increases the use of that drug, and increases the intensity of that use. It turns out there's no actual evidence for the argument that if it's legal, more people will use it.

On the other hand, you wouldn't have idiot kids breaking into houses to search for pain pills, you wouldn't have people turning to street heroin when they can't get pills, and you wouldn't have all of the violence and lawlessness that accompanies the black market for pills.

Make it legal, make it a little safer, and spend the money wasted on enforcement on something more useful to society.


Agreed and well said.
 
2013-01-16 06:09:54 PM
What is the catch here? If you are an addict, you will go on Suboxone, or Methadone, which I have seen to be more addictive then the previous drug the person is typically once was on. Suboxone is much more physically addictive than Oxy, or Roxy. If they would just let Marijuana in the door, these numbers most likely will decrease. The right kinda smoke does the trick.

Too bad it is really hard, and almost impossible to find Elvis seeds. If anyone knows where I can find these gold nuggets, PLEASE let me know.
 
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