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(Boston.com)   Good: disrupting the flow of opioids. Bad: disrupting the controlled flow of opioids to hospital patients by stealing them and using them yourself, you naughty nurse   (boston.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Supreme Court of the United States, Lisa Tarr, United States Attorney Rachael Rollins, Prosecution, Health Care Fraud Unit, Judiciary Act of 1789, United States, United States Department of Justice  
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2022-10-05 9:09:54 PM  
Ohhh, naughty nurse thread!
 
2022-10-05 9:14:44 PM  
Was she going to put it in kids Halloween candy?
Fox News
 
2022-10-05 9:24:39 PM  

BurghDude: Ohhh, naughty nurse thread!


How about a nurse for when you've been naughty?

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2022-10-05 9:28:38 PM  
Actually drug interdiction only delays one's slame into that rock bottom that makes them realize they can't do drugs anymore.
 
2022-10-05 9:40:42 PM  
What else is she supposed to do?  If a nurse is allowed to determine the Covid risk of those around her, she should be able to use opioids as she sees fit.  They're far less dangerous.
 
2022-10-05 9:42:38 PM  

waxbeans: Actually drug interdiction only delays one's slame into that rock bottom that makes them realize they can't do drugs anymore.


Strange how this rock bottom phenomenon was never mentioned during the 4,000 or so years of recorded history preceding mass prohibition.
 
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2022-10-05 9:50:12 PM  

backhand.slap.of.reason: What else is she supposed to do?  If a nurse is allowed to determine the Covid risk of those around her, she should be able to use opioids as she sees fit.  They're far less dangerous.


Do you EVER contribute anything worthwhile?
 
2022-10-05 9:52:54 PM  
Maybe if they paid nurses what they're worth, they wouldn't need a side gig like that.
 
2022-10-05 10:04:24 PM  

backhand.slap.of.reason: waxbeans: Actually drug interdiction only delays one's slame into that rock bottom that makes them realize they can't do drugs anymore.

Strange how this rock bottom phenomenon was never mentioned during the 4,000 or so years of recorded history preceding mass prohibition.


Not really true. Rock bottom became a thing when chemistry got good enough. Chewing coca leaf, addictive but you won't OD or bottom out. Add in a little chemistry, boom, yayo. Definitely can bottom out. Opium poppy versus heroin (et al), even beer versus liquor.

To be clear not saying you can't overdo the "natural" version, just that you won't get wide spread rock bottom as a societal phenomenon without the concentrated oomph of the technologically advanced versions.

Prohibition doesn't help. But prohibition happens because chemistry and technology out kick the coverage, wide spread rock bottom issues pop up, and society does the exact wrong thing in response.

/ And then shiatty dick nixon realizes you can flip the south red by doubling down on the wrongness, and here we are. Thanks nixon.
 
2022-10-05 11:43:35 PM  
Jackie?
 
2022-10-06 12:38:37 AM  
Lisa Tarr, 33, of St. Petersburg, Florida, pleaded guilty in federal court

Needs "Florida" tag.
 
2022-10-06 12:44:34 AM  

Stud Gerbil: Maybe if they paid nurses what they're worth, they wouldn't need a side gig like that.


... you do know that RNs can make 6 figures easily, right?

And she was using it herself. Not selling it.
 
2022-10-06 8:28:47 AM  
Oh Fark...you disappoint me.
 
2022-10-06 4:38:59 PM  
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