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Tired ofmisdirected anger

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Apr 4, 2013
 
Yeah, yeah, yeah. For some reason I don't think you are being very sincere. I don't know if I believe in the capability of being a sex addict or not, but as immature of a statement you've made, there are people out there that might truly suffer from that so called disease. Something tells me that you're not addicted to sex, you are just going through withdrawal due to the lack of being capable of finding a man, woman, dog, or horse that would have you. It amazes me that people with your obvious intellectual deficiency can manage to use a computer. On the other hand though, if we can train monkeys to do some of the tricks that they can do, then even people like you can manage to press a few buttons in the correct order every now and then.
Tired ofmisdirected anger

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#23
Apr 4, 2013
 
That last message was toward the so called sex addict. Not you opiateopine. I agree with some of what you are saying, but at the same time, I believe that if the law did up the ante on jail sentences, you would do two things. Raise taxes outrageously to be able to house so many inmates, and two you would lower the supply of drugs in this town. I know that sounds like a good thing, but it isn't. Drug heads are gonna get their fix. Regardless of what you do. If you lower the supply of drugs, then the demand for them will rise. This will cause price to go up, which in turn will cause the crime rate to rise considerably. People would be kicking in the doors of little old ladies to steal their prescription drugs. It would just be a domino effect. I do think that thieves and violent offenders shouldn't get cut as many breaks as they do. DUI's as well. Those people are hurting other people outright. Drug dealers do depend on your dependency, like as you said a parasite, but as I said earlier so do many other enterprises that are completely legal. I don't see anything wrong with a person that goes to work for 40 hours a week and enjoy a joint, pill, etc., to help them relax when they get home. Just like a beer. I don't think you should drive under the influence of anything that is going to effect your concentration. But if you can pay for it with your own money and can stay to where you aren't going to endanger another person's life, then I see no reason why marijuana, and other drugs shouldn't be sold, monitered, and enforced with the same restrictions and laws as alcohol.
opiateopine

Richmond, KY

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Apr 4, 2013
 

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I wasn't addressing sex addicts. I meant predatory abuser in the sense of the ones who break down the old ladies doors, etc. Sex offenders can not be rehabilitated, it is a waste of energies to try. Lock them up and throw away the key. I see plea deals for criminals every day, look in the last paper. They deal charges down for easy convictions and in the process tell the offender we won't take the effort to deal with them. As long as we condone their behavior, and that is what it essentially amounts to, they will take their short term, come out and continue. Why not? What's to fear. Not to mention the way they are allowed to abuse their civil rights in prison. They ought to curtail the majority of their rights once they are convicted until their term is up. Restore their rights upon return to society. There is some sincerity for you! I am tired of the dealers period. I am tired of the users playing victim. Even those who have a tough life have choices. Not everyone who was dealt a bad hand chose to use drugs.
Troy O Troll

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Apr 4, 2013
 
Shut up. Both you eat turds
Tired ofmisdirected anger

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#26
Apr 5, 2013
 
Just out of curiosity opiateopine, do you live in Carlisle? Anyway, you are right. Not everyone dealt a bad hand ends up using drugs. I don't blame the situation I was dealt for my former habit. I only blame myself. I was 16 and in high school. I was drunk at a party and people talked me into trying weed, then pills. Hell when I started doing pills I had a great life. The fact of the matter is, I got hooked when I was too young and stupid to care. My Grandparents were still taking care of me and at that point there was no down side. But by the time there was a down side my body was so physically addicted that it was damn near impossible to quit. Going without pills for a day or two literally is hell. Imagine that hell for two weeks or so. I know two weeks don't sound long, but imagine the worst flu, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, and diarrhea that you have ever had rolled into one, and then it last for two weeks straight. And all you have to do to stop it is by a pill and you feel better within 10 minutes. Its hard to quit. I have been there. I guess that is why I have sympathy for addicts. However I do not have sympathy for the people that do the other stuff to obtain there habit.
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Apr 5, 2013
 
Troy O Troll wrote:
Shut up. Both you eat turds
That would put you in mortal danger Troy, you must be a turd, and you talk shit, so a turd eater might do you harm.
opiateopine

Richmond, KY

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#28
Apr 5, 2013
 
Those side effects sound horrible. All the more reason to get and stay clean. My family member destroyed his kidneys. There is a pathetic man in Carlisle I know that destroyed his kidneys too. He takes dialysis. My family member lost their life.
Recovery Supporter

Paris, KY

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#29
Apr 5, 2013
 
I don't agree with everything you've said, tiredofmisdirectedanger, but you've made some great points. I've done a lot of research into drug addiction and consider anyone who manages to kick the habit pretty amazing. Since you managed to start recovery while living in Carlisle, you deserve a double pat on the back. I know it must feel like an up-hill battle a lot of the time. How long have you been drug-free? Keep up the good work!
Tired ofmisdirected anger

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#30
Apr 6, 2013
 
Just a little over a month. I know it doesn't sound like much, but if you can make it passed the first two weeks, then its nothing but a mental battle from there. I am very happy to be clean so its not much of a battle for me. I was just lucky that I had a good friend and their family that took me in. None of them do drugs and its not in town so I don't have to see the people that I used to do drugs with. I didn't cut all of my friends out but I don't see them like I used to. There are times that I miss the feeling but then I remember the feeling of detox, so I don't ever come close to acting on wanting them. I appreciate the kudos too. I'm sorry that your family had to go through that opiateopine. It sucks. My mom passed away not too long ago. She was a big pill head too. She didn't have anything in her system when she passed but drugs couldn't have helped her leading up to that point. She had a heart attack but the rumor around Carlisle was that she overdosed. I got her blood work and that wasn't true. I just take everything a day at a time.
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#31
Apr 6, 2013
 
Considering what you have to go through to stay clean for a month, it sounds fantastic to me. After reading horror stories about detox, I don't know if I would have the willpower to make it through the first day. I would love to hear more about what made you decide to quit using and how you've managed to stay clean for so long; if you ever have a few spare minutes and feel up to sharing, my email is as_me2008@ymail.com

I hope you have a happy, drug-free future ahead of you!
Tired ofmisdirected anger

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#32
Apr 7, 2013
 
Its been really tough. Like I said though I have been fortunate enough to have people support me. Basically all of my blood family has passed on. I still have a sister but we don't talk a whole lot. Luckily I have built great relationships with my friends families and they consider me to be like a son. As bad as my habit got I never wronged a single one of them, so even though they knew what I did, they didn't hold it against me. One of the families has since taken me in, and has kept me away from drugs. I love them for that. I decided to quit because police kicked my door in a while back. Luckily I didn't have any drugs or anything at the time. They couldn't arrest me for anything, but it was a wake up call for me. If I didn't stop I was gonna end up in prison. That's not somewhere I want to spend 5 years of my life. Plus my Mom passed in November, and even though she didn't judge me for doing drugs, I know that she would want better for me. I already have possession charges so it's hard to get anyone to hire me, but if I got more drug charges let alone worse ones my life would be ruined forever. I don't want that. Don't get me wrong there were a lot of good things I remember about drugs, but the bad out weighs them by more then double. Thank you for the support. I sent you an E-mail, let me know on here if you don't get it.
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#33
Apr 7, 2013
 
Tired ofmisdirected anger wrote:
I don't know why people care so damn much about drug dealers. A person who sells drugs is doing something illegal, but it is no worse then what liquor stores do legally on a daily basis. A drug head isn't hurting anyone, but their self. People can bitch and moan all they want to, but that's the truth. Not all drug heads are bad people. I did pills for 12 years and it didn't effect anyone but myself. I worked my ass off to have nothing but a buzz and it's a bad life, but it was my life to screw up. I can understand someone complaining that a drug head stole from them, but your gripe is that they are a thief, not a drug head. I never stole from anyone while I was getting high. I can also get someone being worried that someone messed up is going to hit them with their vehicle, but 9 times out of 10 wrecks due to DUI are alcohol related, and yet alcohol is legal. I have never wrecked while driving, whether I was under the influence of drugs or not. I don't do drugs anymore so I don't care how the law choices to enforce the law, but I think people should realize that it's not drug heads that are so horrible. It's thieves and drunks. I understand that a lot of drug heads are thieves, but I strongly believe that they would steal stuff even if they were sober. Some people just aren't happy with what they have and would rather take advantage of someone that works then to go out and work themselves. That's just life. So, before you bad mouth someone for doing drugs and showing them so much intolerance, think about what you are really mad at them for. Is it because they get high? Or is it because they steal, or because they are lazy? Because believe me, I know just as many thieves and lazy people that are sober, as I do that are drug heads.
I do agree but its the people themselves that use the excuse that it was because they were on pills to keep themselves out of jail when caught for stealing
opiateopine

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#34
Apr 7, 2013
 
Tired. I guessed early on that you were struggling to remain clean. 30 days is a good start. Honestly now, if the police kicked in your door you were probably suspected of dealing at that time, right? I know someone who dealt just enough to cover their own drugs once. He is a long time recovering addict now. He had people who cared that would not tolerate his presence when he used, welcomed his company when he was clean, and loved him through it all. You are blessed to have such people in your life. You do harm them when you don't do well. Trust me they suffer for you. You have a sister and you don't talk that much to her? A little advise, talk to her more often. Family is important. If she is a user don't be her doormat, but talk to her and let her know you love her and care about her. Find something you care about that makes you want to live. Something worth getting about every day that makes you feel good. I have a mid-thirties friend who quilts, kind of an effeminate hobby some would say. He is great at it. That long time recovering addict I spoke of before puts his energy into his children whenever he can visit them. He cares for his step-father who is a 'functional' alcoholic. Find your niche and make it something you enjoy doing. You can take great comfort in knowing your Mom did not overdose and well you should. Don't let it cloud the fact that drugs destroyed part of her life. Don't let them destroy yours. You don't want to spend five years in prison? You don't want to spend a day there! Four walls, bars, and people you won't like telling you how you will spend every minute of your day. No thanks.
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Apr 7, 2013
 

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Why was Donnie Dixon murdered?
opiateopine

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Apr 7, 2013
 
MAC wrote:
Why was Donnie Dixon murdered?
You have the wrong topic. That one is titled "Murder". Unless you have knowledge to share. Otherwise, this topic is 'pill dealers'.
Tired ofmisdirected anger

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Apr 8, 2013
 
Yes, the police suspected me of dealing. Not as much me as my roommate, but none the less my name was involved. I have been to jail a few times and trust me I have no intention of going back. My sister has been clean for four months. I am very proud of her. I call her every now and then but she has a jealous husband who don't let her get out much. If I want to see her or my niece I have to go up there to their house and since I don't have a license it makes it difficult. I am well aware that drugs influenced my Mom's life in a negative way. Hell it is bound to. It did mine as well. Most people wake up in the mornings and feel fine. They worry about bills and stuff like that. I woke up in the mornings sick, worrying about how I was gonna get my fix for the day. The day the Sheriff's Department kicked in my door was probably one of the scariest days in my life, but at the same time if it hadn't of happened I don't think that I would be going down this new path in life. Even if it wasn't Bubba's intention, he may have saved my life.
opiateopine

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#38
Apr 8, 2013
 
I wish you the best. I was raised mostly by a grandparent. One of my siblings and I remained pretty straight. One went a different way, seemed to be addicted to anything that was bad for a person. Lost that one. It is easy to understand how it happens, I am blessed it did not happen that way for me. Make that effort to see your sister if she is close enough to visit. It will be worth your effort in the long run. Especially being somewhat isolated, it should be good for her. We need a friend who is non-judgemental and you seem bright enough to be that person for her.
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#39
Apr 9, 2013
 
Believe it or not my Grandparents raised me as well. They were upstanding pillars of society. They ran the Nicholas County ambulance service for 18 years. Then my grandmother was a dispatcher for the police dept. until she passed away. That's part of the reason me and my sister aren't real close. When I was like 10 my Mom was on pills and smoking crack real bad. So, I moved in with my Grandparents. My sister felt like I abandoned her and left her there to deal with mom alone. I don't regret the decision, but I do feel guilty. She didn't have half of the advantages that I did. I still ended up doing drugs, but unlike her I graduated from Nicholas County High School, and even went to college at Bluegrass Community and Technical College for three years. I had to quit and work full time when my Grandmothers terminal C.O.P.D. got real bad and she couldn't work but a few hours a week. Anyways, after my Grandmother passed I started developing better relationships with my Mom and my Sister. We were all addicts, so unfortunately drugs usually still came before family with my sister. Then my Mom passed away this past November. My sister started to go to a suboxen clinic and got herself off of pills. We started growing closer at that point. Now that I am also clean we are getting along great. I do make an effort to go see her and my niece as much as possible. They are basically all I have now. I love them very much and we do all that we can to support each other in our efforts against doing pills again. I really appreciate the advice opiateopine. I am sorry about what you went through as well. I have lost every family member close to me except my sister and niece. I don't know what it would be like to lose a sibling. I hope I never do. I am so sorry. So opiateopine, are you from Carlisle? You are in the Carlisle forum, but that doesn't mean anything. I am just curious because after everything I have talked about on here, as far as personal stuff, if you are from carlisle you will probably know who I am now. Maybe not. I guess it would probably depend on how old you are. Anyways, I just want to know because I want to know if you might know me or if I might know you. It kinda sounds like you could also use a friend, and after talking to you, I wouldn't mind having another friend as well.
opiateopine

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#40
Apr 9, 2013
 
I don't think this is a good venue to seek out new friends necessarily. Glad to hear you are doing better,I hope it continues to improve. I have a fairly full life, good friends, and family. Take care.
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#41
Apr 9, 2013
 
woot woot bam in ya face! told ya nobodies wants to hear that crap anymore. and there are lot of dealers. one is actually wearing a wire. made a deal to get less time and hes not in jail yet. hmm makes ya wonder...

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