FlashHarry: [img2.timeinc.net image 320x240]the hell you say!
busy chillin': they won't listen because they are oxymorons
Your Company's Computer Guy: /fark OPs
metallion: It's really cutting into their meth lab production revenues... I guess they are pissed...
Fizpez: He adds, he expects this to be a big recovery for the state.That's code for "They make a shiatload of money and we want our cut - even if that means we condemn a generation of people to pain and suffering because we drive these companies out of the state or scare the doctors so badly they wont give you painkillers even if you had your arm amputated in a car accident..."
caddisfly: Anybody who has ever been prescribed Oxycontin can warrant that the stuff's addictive. I was prescribed 2X40mg/day after a major oral surgery
Bill_Wick's_Friend: caddisfly: Anybody who has ever been prescribed Oxycontin can warrant that the stuff's addictive. I was prescribed 2X40mg/day after a major oral surgeryThat wasn't my experience.Was prescribed 3X5mg per day and a fatter dose at night for kidney stone pain. Yeah, it took the pain away. It took EVERYTHING away. I was numb all over. Preferable to being in horrible gut-wrenching pain, but not fun at all. As soon as I could stop taking them I did.I was kinda surprised, to tell the truth, since I'd heard a lot about oxy and since I generally have a strong appreciation of recreational substances. I was expecting my brain to light up with "Holy crap! Love it! Want more! More! More!" signals. Nope. Not even a little bit.
Fat-D: So now you are telling me opioids are addictive? When did this shiat happen? Why was I not informed?
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