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(Lexington Herald Leader)   A doctor prescribing 150 Oxycodone pills every two weeks to a co-worker in exchange for sex, a pharmacist worried that the woman was "eating pills like candy", and a 32-year-old morbidly obese methadone addict? Must be Kentucky   (kentucky.com) divider line 170
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2013-05-16 11:48:09 AM
Something something, articles author, something...oh.

images2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-05-16 12:29:09 PM
300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.
 
2013-05-16 12:53:28 PM
She said each time she received 150 pills from the physician, they had sex


Doesn't matter, had sex!
 
2013-05-16 01:24:56 PM
As a Kentucky resident, I must respond to submitter's slight against the state by saying "yes".
 
2013-05-16 01:27:53 PM
God damn
 
2013-05-16 01:27:56 PM
I'd have to see pics of the woman before I can judge whether or not this is wrong.
 
2013-05-16 01:29:59 PM
Sounds like he went to Hollywood Upstairs Medical school.

/Hi Everybody!
 
2013-05-16 01:31:46 PM

dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.


Curious, what is "SR"?

/hopes it isn't obvious
 
2013-05-16 01:31:52 PM

groppet: Sounds like he went to Hollywood Upstairs Medical school.

/Hi Everybody!


Hi Dr. Nick!
 
2013-05-16 01:32:06 PM

dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.


Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?
 
2013-05-16 01:32:24 PM
Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid
 
2013-05-16 01:32:57 PM

dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.


They go for about a dollar a milligram in Kentucky.  That is some good money.
 
2013-05-16 01:34:11 PM
His license is only suspended, why is this guy not in jail? BS.  She was probably selling a fair amount of them and splitting profit.  Better reason for universal records then addicts and these Drug dealers posing as physicians?
 
2013-05-16 01:34:41 PM
That would make for some heavy duty constipation. As in, it would take a stick of dynamite to unplug her.

/friend of mine told me about the constipation . . yeah, that's it a friend told me.
 
2013-05-16 01:34:41 PM
don't be alabama, don't be alabama, don't be alaba- click...

hellz yah, take that KY!

homelandsecurity.ky.gov
 
2013-05-16 01:36:26 PM

Prey4reign: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?


Seriously, that must have been some one-of-kind white trash daddy-issue crazy ass for that kind of money.
 
2013-05-16 01:37:04 PM

Sun Khan: Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid


I believe that's against the law for a pharmacy to take back pills it has already dispensed.
 
2013-05-16 01:37:15 PM

Prey4reign: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?


Except he wasn't paying her because it didn't cost him anything to give her a prescription (up to the point that it cost him his career).
 
2013-05-16 01:37:49 PM
images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-05-16 01:37:56 PM
sheriffali.files.wordpress.com

Oblig. obese pill addict illustration
 
2013-05-16 01:38:32 PM
Or Tennessee, or Alabama, or Georgia, or Florida, or Mississippi.... or Arkansas, or Texas, or Oklahoma, or Nebraska, or Missouri...

Or Iowa, or South Dakota, or North Dakota, or Indiana, or....
 
2013-05-16 01:38:50 PM

DanTheMan1024: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Curious, what is "SR"?

/hopes it isn't obvious


Silk Road.
 
2013-05-16 01:39:42 PM

Prey4reign: Sun Khan: Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid

I believe that's against the law for a pharmacy to take back pills it has already dispensed.


They can take them back for disposal but not refund you.
The guy who hangs out behind CVS near the dumpster says he offers the same service but will also refund you at about 10%.
 
2013-05-16 01:40:55 PM

Dimensio: As a Kentucky resident, I must respond to submitter's slight against the state by saying "yes".



This. They don't call that shiat "hillbilly heroin" for nothing.
 
2013-05-16 01:40:58 PM
What I want to know is where the hell can I find a doctor like that?  Some people have all the luck.
 
2013-05-16 01:41:14 PM

Prey4reign: Sun Khan: Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid

I believe that's against the law for a pharmacy to take back pills it has already dispensed.


yeah i'm sure the tech happily took them back and then dropped an empty vial in the trashcan and went home with a pocket full of oxycodone.
 
2013-05-16 01:42:41 PM

Prey4reign: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?


Except that it doesn't cost him to write a prescription and she'd still have to pay to get it filled.
 
2013-05-16 01:44:38 PM
and according to close family friend 'kendra caudill'... he has a lovely wife and two lovely children.


You Mr.Murray are the biggest piece of shiat I have ever met.....How on earth could you ever do this to your wife and those two beautiful children...Right now I hate you with every ounce of my soul...I hope and pray that you never get your medical license back so you can set back and watch your beautiful EX wife go on living her dream without you!!!!! I hope you are happy that you have not only embarrassed your wife and kids but us as well......May the rest of your life be miserable and lonley.....Maybe you can be an actor now because you sure had us fooled.....
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/05/03/2625653/state-medical-board-suspen d s-license.html#storylink=cpy
 
2013-05-16 01:46:15 PM

Dimensio: As a Kentucky resident, I must respond to submitter's slight against the state by saying "yes".


Yup.  Seconded.

Was expecting it to be a little further east than Winchester for a direct doctor-to-patient scam, though.
 
2013-05-16 01:46:48 PM
Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet
 
2013-05-16 01:49:23 PM

Pilikia: DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."


800mg ibuprofen is the dumbest farking thing.  Yeah, I'm gonna go stand in line at the pharmacy for 20 minutes to get the exact same thing I can pick up at the grocery store when I'm there anyway.  Brilliant.
 
2013-05-16 01:50:14 PM

Prey4reign: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?


No, he wasn't.  He was enabling her to aquire pills she could then sell for 1500 to 3000 every two weeks.  It cost him the half cent in paper and ink used to write the perscription.  She had to put up the money to actually buy the drugs (or get perscription reimbursement) and she then had to sell them.  He was charging her a regular boning to enable her drug dealing career.  Both of them should be tossed in jail.
 
2013-05-16 01:51:42 PM

you have pee hands: Pilikia: DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

800mg ibuprofen is the dumbest farking thing.  Yeah, I'm gonna go stand in line at the pharmacy for 20 minutes to get the exact same thing I can pick up at the grocery store when I'm there anyway.  Brilliant.


I know, right? Another pharma moneymaking scam.
 
2013-05-16 01:52:57 PM

Sofa King Smart: and according to close family friend 'kendra caudill'... he has a lovely wife and two lovely children.


You Mr.Murray are the biggest piece of shiat I have ever met.....How on earth could you ever do this to your wife and those two beautiful children...Right now I hate you with every ounce of my soul...I hope and pray that you never get your medical license back so you can set back and watch your beautiful EX wife go on living her dream without you!!!!! I hope you are happy that you have not only embarrassed your wife and kids but us as well......May the rest of your life be miserable and lonley.....Maybe you can be an actor now because you sure had us fooled.....
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/05/03/2625653/state-medical-board-suspen d s-license.html#storylink=cpy


Well that was certainly something.
 
2013-05-16 01:54:53 PM

Pilikia: Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet


What do you think caused it, dropping those coconuts onto your stomach, or kicking down banana trees with your bare shin?
 
2013-05-16 01:55:24 PM

Pilikia: Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet


That's what burns me. It's either one or the other. Pain management docs need to be left alone to do their jobs, with the understanding that their balls will be chopped off if they misuse their freedom. But of course that would require a functioning regulatory agency and THAT'S SOCIALISM or something.
 
2013-05-16 01:56:12 PM

MadHatter500: Prey4reign: dahmers love zombie: 300 oxys a month?
(checks price on SR)
Holy cripes, you could make a good goddamn living marketing those.  More than I make per month, that's for goddamn sure.  And I don't even get laid as part of the bargain.

Depending on the going street price, he was paying her between $1500 to $3000 worth of pills every other week in return for services.  Wouldn't it have been less expensive and less career ending to just hire an escort every other week than keep Little Miss Oxy on tap?

No, he wasn't.  He was enabling her to aquire pills she could then sell for 1500 to 3000 every two weeks.  It cost him the half cent in paper and ink used to write the perscription.  She had to put up the money to actually buy the drugs (or get perscription reimbursement) and she then had to sell them.  He was charging her a regular boning to enable her drug dealing career.  Both of them should be tossed in jail.


Exactly.  The same person cannot both prescribe and dispense the medication.

/unless you're a veterinarian
//or an optometrist in some states
///ever wonder why in some states, the Wal-Mart has a separate outside entry door for the optometrist's office that's never used?  This is why.  He can't prescribe the glasses AND dispense them.
 
2013-05-16 01:56:16 PM
She's got to be selling them. Has to be. Because if she's taking 300 oxycodone a month that woman ain't never pooping again.
 
2013-05-16 01:56:55 PM

Sun Khan: Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid


Hi!

I'm CVS. Pleased to meet you.
 
2013-05-16 01:57:06 PM
Dimensio:

As a Kentucky resident, I must respond to submitter's slight against the state by saying "yes".

Oh please. As a Kentucky resident who's been to many states in the USA outside of Kentucky and lived in several of them, as well as continuing to read the news from more than one city, state or region, I must point out that in this Kentucky is hardly unique. You can even find this going on in states that don't have monuments to Confederate "heroes" all over the place.

Y'all need to broaden your horizons a bit, y'hear?
 
2013-05-16 01:57:15 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Pilikia: Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet

What do you think caused it, dropping those coconuts onto your stomach, or kicking down banana trees with your bare shin?


Lol, nice. Repetitive motion (like with any sport) is my guess, but since there's no evidence of arthritis or pieces of connective tissue floating around in there, I really don't know.
 
2013-05-16 01:58:20 PM

Flakeloaf: Pilikia: Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet

That's what burns me. It's either one or the other. Pain management docs need to be left alone to do their jobs, with the understanding that their balls will be chopped off if they misuse their freedom. But of course that would require a functioning regulatory agency and THAT'S SOCIALISM or something.


Florida ruined it for everyone.
 
2013-05-16 01:59:32 PM

Pilikia: there's no evidence of arthritis or pieces of connective tissue floating around in there, I really don't know.


I assume you've had all the relevant blood tests done?
 
2013-05-16 02:01:14 PM

JohnnyCanuck: Pilikia: there's no evidence of arthritis or pieces of connective tissue floating around in there, I really don't know.

I assume you've had all the relevant blood tests done?


Dude, don't even get me started, lol. I'm done paying the out-of-pocket portion of the lab fees as well. I'm just going to get crankier and crankier from the pain until they have to shoot me like an old dog. ;-)
 
2013-05-16 02:02:46 PM

Pilikia: Where are all of these morally flexible doctors anyway? I don't need 75 Oxy's a week, and I wouldn't fark anybody for drugs, but I'd sure as hell maintain someone's medical group web site for a steady supply of Tylenol 3. Say 10-15 a month?

I've given up on my doctor and her unreasoning fear of the DEA. No more appointments that go like this:

ME: "I'm in some serious pain."

DOC: "Any idea what's causing it?"

ME: "Well, I was an amateur kickboxer for 13 years."

DOC: "Any recent injuries?"

ME: "No, but for the last 10 years I haven't been able to turn my head or bend my left knee when I wake up in the morning. Takes an hour or two to get full mobility."

DOC: "Hmmm. I could send you to a specialist, who could schedule an MRI."

ME: "We did that last year. Remember? Came back negative."

DOC: "You could try yoga. Have you tried yoga?"

ME: "Every other day for the past 25 years."

DOC: "What about a chiropractor."

ME: "Once. Made it worse. Never going back. Doc, I'm in some serious pain here. It is truly affecting my quality of life."

DOC: "Try hot baths and ibuprofen, and if you're still in pain next time I see you, maybe I can prescribe you some of the 800mg ibuprofen."

ME: (under my breath) "Or I could take four over-the-counter Advil, still be in pain, and save myself the farking co-pay."

DOC: "What's that now?"

ME: "Nothing, thanks for your time."

/and no, I'm not ordering off the internet



May be able to help:

digilander.libero.it
 
2013-05-16 02:03:40 PM
"I believe any citizen would be in imminent danger joy from Dr. Murray's prescribing habits," the order quoted the unnamed board consultant as saying. "He prescribed narcotic medications to folks" that he does not have a medical relationship with, the order said.


Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/05/03/2625653/state-medical-board-suspen d s-license.html#storylink=cpy

FTFY
 
2013-05-16 02:03:47 PM
Time to call the sheriff
images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-05-16 02:03:47 PM

Pilikia: JohnnyCanuck: Pilikia: there's no evidence of arthritis or pieces of connective tissue floating around in there, I really don't know.

I assume you've had all the relevant blood tests done?

Dude, don't even get me started, lol. I'm done paying the out-of-pocket portion of the lab fees as well. I'm just going to get crankier and crankier from the pain until they have to shoot me like an old dog. ;-)


Yeah...sorry man. Sometimes I forget I have the privilege of Canadian med. I'm going through something similar but i'm actually trying my best to avoid pills.
 
2013-05-16 02:04:39 PM
150 pills and a protein supplement.
 
2013-05-16 02:05:10 PM

JohnnyCanuck: Prey4reign: Sun Khan: Just had those for the first time ever this week. Scared the crap out of me, returning the balance of pills to CVS and sucking up the pain.

/didn't get laid

I believe that's against the law for a pharmacy to take back pills it has already dispensed.

They can take them back for disposal but not refund you.
The guy who hangs out behind CVS near the dumpster says he offers the same service but will also refund you at about 10%.


And here I thought he was just taking a piss.
 
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