Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

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rage against the machine

Kingsport, TN

#1 Jun 25, 2013
Who agrees with me,that each addict that overdoses and gets that free trip to the ER only gets one time treatment. NO SECOND CHANCES!!!!!! If u don't get clean after that, then there is obviously no hope for ya. Trust me being in the medical field that the "drug" you like so much (only at the time it is saving your life) that saves your worthless life and reverses the effects of your "drug" of choice that brought you for help in the first place is quite pricey and 99% of you overdose white trash losers are on some sort of state paid insurance that us tax payers actually pay for. If your gonna put the poison in your body be it by vein, any orifice of your body, I don't care how, don't come for help when the poison starts to win. At that point you LOSE and should give up the game you call...life!!!(Not that I would call it much of one anyways if live that low class lifestyle)...well that was fun but now I must get off this lovely site and get ready for work to pay for some more Narcan!!

Since: Mar 13

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#3 Jun 25, 2013
rage against the machine wrote:
Who agrees with me,that each addict that overdoses and gets that free trip to the ER only gets one time treatment. NO SECOND CHANCES!!!!!! If u don't get clean after that, then there is obviously no hope for ya. Trust me being in the medical field that the "drug" you like so much (only at the time it is saving your life) that saves your worthless life and reverses the effects of your "drug" of choice that brought you for help in the first place is quite pricey and 99% of you overdose white trash losers are on some sort of state paid insurance that us tax payers actually pay for. If your gonna put the poison in your body be it by vein, any orifice of your body, I don't care how, don't come for help when the poison starts to win. At that point you LOSE and should give up the game you call...life!!!(Not that I would call it much of one anyways if live that low class lifestyle)...well that was fun but now I must get off this lovely site and get ready for work to pay for some more Narcan!!
I agree that it's quite sad to see people wasting away, destroying theirselves with the drug(s) of their choice. However, I'm quite thankful you are NOT in charge of the rules and regulations designed within our medical facilities! We, as humans, have the right to choose how we live and an important aspect of our being is that we do NOT choose to let people die if there's a chance to save the life. You're such a crack head... We're not a "survival of the fittest" species that kills off those that make wrong decisions...

“I'M BACK.......SPORA DICALLY”

Since: Jun 12

BUFFALO, NY

#4 Jun 27, 2013
'rage against..' and compassion need to become acquainted.

Since: Apr 11

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#5 Jun 27, 2013
OUTLAW RACER wrote:
'rage against..' and compassion need to become acquainted.
Agreed! One shot of anything isnt going to fix everyone anyway. Many addicts have to go through treatment several times and even then it doesnt work. The desire for the drugs are so much more powerful than the need to stay clean at times. I understand both sides of this conversation and to each their own I guess, for me I do have empathy for addicts. Sympathy not so much.
rage against the machine

Jonesborough, TN

#6 Jul 1, 2013
I'm Sorry, I have no compassion or empathy for the human race. After seeing the brutality of 5 continents, many small wars none of you ever heard of. Not just Iraq, Afghanistan or other trash holes, try looking at Rawanda, Somalia, East Timor, Paraguay, etc. If people want to do this to themselves let them, then get them out of the gene pool. Why should the parents of these people raise the children of the drug abusers. Why should we workers pay for the takers.

“I'M BACK.......SPORA DICALLY”

Since: Jun 12

BUFFALO, NY

#7 Jul 1, 2013
rage against the machine wrote:
I'm Sorry, I have no compassion or empathy for the human race. After seeing the brutality of 5 continents, many small wars none of you ever heard of. Not just Iraq, Afghanistan or other trash holes, try looking at Rawanda, Somalia, East Timor, Paraguay, etc. If people want to do this to themselves let them, then get them out of the gene pool. Why should the parents of these people raise the children of the drug abusers. Why should we workers pay for the takers.
Forget about compassion.'Amoral,' fits your stated mindset better.
really

Knoxville, TN

#8 Jul 2, 2013
rage against the machine wrote:
Who agrees with me,that each addict that overdoses and gets that free trip to the ER only gets one time treatment. NO SECOND CHANCES!!!!!! If u don't get clean after that, then there is obviously no hope for ya. Trust me being in the medical field that the "drug" you like so much (only at the time it is saving your life) that saves your worthless life and reverses the effects of your "drug" of choice that brought you for help in the first place is quite pricey and 99% of you overdose white trash losers are on some sort of state paid insurance that us tax payers actually pay for. If your gonna put the poison in your body be it by vein, any orifice of your body, I don't care how, don't come for help when the poison starts to win. At that point you LOSE and should give up the game you call...life!!!(Not that I would call it much of one anyways if live that low class lifestyle)...well that was fun but now I must get off this lovely site and get ready for work to pay for some more Narcan!!
your an idiot! while we are at it lets just do away with anyone who does anything outside the social expectation. you know - like the good ole days of the puritans or the inquisition.

Since: Mar 13

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#9 Jul 2, 2013
rage against the machine wrote:
I'm Sorry, I have no compassion or empathy for the human race. After seeing the brutality of 5 continents, many small wars none of you ever heard of. Not just Iraq, Afghanistan or other trash holes, try looking at Rawanda, Somalia, East Timor, Paraguay, etc. If people want to do this to themselves let them, then get them out of the gene pool. Why should the parents of these people raise the children of the drug abusers. Why should we workers pay for the takers.
Empathy... compassion... that is the human race
Durr...
Where u been??
Just an opinon

Jonesborough, TN

#10 Jul 3, 2013
Although I agree to your frustrations that drug addicts waste our time and money trying to fix them and most are so far gone to be helped,
However It is of our moral responsibility to keep trying! if we keep at it and eventually do save one life then that's at least one life we saved.

But for your argument's sake tho here is a question? If with your "just save them once" rule shouldn't you make it for all to be fair, anyone who is over weight they only get one heart attack anymore than that they are SOL??? or someone who is a diabetic if they come in with a medical emergency should they only get one vial or shot of insulin? Where do you draw a line on who gets help and who don't?

All for nothing I really do understand the frustration with Drug addicts. Do I think it is fair we spend so much time, money and effort in saving an addict knowing they chose their problem, when we could be taking that money and effort to saving say a child with cancer who had no choice in having it you bet!

I get angry when I see people all day every day put toxins into their bodies by choice and people like my dad who got cancer from a toxin(agen-orange)something he would have never been near had he not fought for his country. He never took anything more than a tylonal so yeah it really burns me up, esp. him fighting tooth an nail to get disability for the cancer something he got not by choice, then seeing god knows how many alcoholics & drug addicts walk in & get it everyday with ease! It's something they chose to put in their bodies!

Regardless they are a life worth saving even if they mean nothing to you they are still someones child, parent, or sibling. They might not care about themselves that is usually where the drugs have taken over for them to care about nothing more than their next fix but if we stop caring about them no one would ever get better and you'd never hear the good things that happen to past drug addicts and how they got better and done something good with their lives.

We have to care and help them learn to care about themselves enough to kick the habit. I don't believe in my heart anyone ever wakes up one day and say's to themselves "hey I wanna be an addict and lose everything meaningful in my life and be a burden". I do think they make a bad choice that ends up taking over and they get lost, so we gotta keep trying to find them and help them find their way back to being someone important, once we show them they are loved & important & keep trying to get thru maybe we will save atleast one!

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