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    U.S. 'turning the tide' on the opioid crisis

    We could get into why things are the way they are (big pharma, insurance companies, doctors), but I'm not interested in doing that. My only point is that there has to be some personal responsibility taken to understand what the options are, what's being prescribed, what the side affects are. I'm not saying it falls 100% on the patient.
  2. Are students allowed to make eye contact with anyone?
  3. There's a chance I'd take my own life if I ever did something like that. But let's look at the positives. He gets to sue someone right? Golf course, golf club/ball/cart makers, anyone else? I wonder if she ate the last piece of cake?
  4. Would you be okay with companies buying votes? For example, big oil offering free tanks of gas for those who vote for the individuals they're backing.
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    U.S. 'turning the tide' on the opioid crisis

    If eugenics is survival of the fittest, then yes. I think doctors need to do a better job explaining the drugs they are prescribing. I was given a prescription for hydrocodone (I believe), but was never told about side affects or its addictive nature. I'm sure it was on a piece of paper I was given. Regardless, I can't put it all on big pharma and the doctors. There has to be some personal responsibility too. We shouldn't be blindly putting things into our body.
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    Disney's new attraction: Hoodland

    Don't forget the ammo.
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    Timmysmith question of the day

    From what I've seen, yes. And it's typically the fatties, which makes sense.
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    Timmysmith question of the day

    Focking pedo.
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    U.S. 'turning the tide' on the opioid crisis

    I don't recall what I received after ACL surgery. I believe it was hydrocodone. I took the pills for the first 18 hours or so and then put them in my safe. They made me feel like crap, I couldn't sleep, and I couldn't eat. Fortunately, I wasn't in excruciating pain, so I got by with tylenol.
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    U.S. 'turning the tide' on the opioid crisis

    Do you think addiction is a trait we want to pass down from generation to generation? I don't. It seems as though once people become addicted to drugs/alcohol, they struggle with it for the rest of their lives. It also puts significant financial and emotional stress on family and friends. Don't get me wrong, I don't actually want people to die. However, if I read a headline that a million people died last night due to an OD, I wouldn't be terribly upset.
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    U.S. 'turning the tide' on the opioid crisis

    I can get on board with that, but what's your point?
  12. Ever think the vet was doing you a favor prescribing 8 units? You just had to go and fock it up, didn't you?
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    Can somebody explain briefly why Sanctuary cities are good

    Good question. Certainly some merit to it, but we also need to place some blame on machetes and Trump.