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Robert

Paducah, KY

#1 Dec 2, 2011
Is heroin a problem in Lexington? How about meth?
little bob

Bowling Green, KY

#2 Dec 2, 2011
Marijuana is a big problem in Nicholasville, especially on Main St. Some are about to lose their homes over it.
Hmmm

United States

#3 Dec 2, 2011
Just about everyone smokes marijuana in Nicholasville but that's not that big of a problem, since they made oxyconton unsnortable people have moved on to shooting them and heroin recently and perc 30s are the new big thing as well. It's just sad all together, I'll never understand why people will choose paying for drugs over paying their bills and feeding their children.
omg88

Shreveport, LA

#4 Dec 29, 2011
I used to be a heroin user many years ago and heroin was NO WHERE to be found in Ky anywhere. I finally found one dealer who drove to Cinci once a week to refill enough for his habit and a few friends. He later stopped with me and that's all I know. I was a chronic pain patient and originally used heroin for pain management and not recreationally. However, I'm once again having difficulties with pain management doctors prescribing BC of the terrible pill problem here, that I'd like to know if it's back? It's really sad a TRUE pain patient must resort to heroin for pain management. I find it odd that heroin isn't bigger already here than pills BC pill poppers could use heroin for so much cheapier. anyway please let us know your opinion on the heroin scene here.
got your help right here

Bowling Green, KY

#5 Dec 29, 2011
omg88 wrote:
I used to be a heroin user many years ago and heroin was NO WHERE to be found in Ky anywhere. I finally found one dealer who drove to Cinci once a week to refill enough for his habit and a few friends. He later stopped with me and that's all I know. I was a chronic pain patient and originally used heroin for pain management and not recreationally. However, I'm once again having difficulties with pain management doctors prescribing BC of the terrible pill problem here, that I'd like to know if it's back? It's really sad a TRUE pain patient must resort to heroin for pain management. I find it odd that heroin isn't bigger already here than pills BC pill poppers could use heroin for so much cheapier. anyway please let us know your opinion on the heroin scene here.
Hope the cops snag your ass.
TheMan

Dayton, OH

#6 Dec 29, 2011
I feel sorry for people who resort to drugs of any kind. If you don't think about yourself THINK ABOUT YOUR FAMILIES!!
wanna know

Georgetown, KY

#7 Dec 29, 2011
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
prettyP

Dayton, OH

#8 Dec 30, 2011
wanna know wrote:
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
it's doesn't just happen!! It never happened to me! That's just an excuse!!
prettyP

Dayton, OH

#9 Dec 30, 2011
wanna know wrote:
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
I wish it would JUST HAPPEN I win the lottery!!
got your help right here

Bowling Green, KY

#10 Dec 30, 2011
wanna know wrote:
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
Cry me a river.
honestly

United States

#11 Dec 30, 2011
Let me just say that I know I will probably receive a lot of crap responses from close minded people. But you don't choose to be an addict. Or some people don't. To me it just happened. I am 37 mother of 2 kids. Own my own home, bachelors degree, professional med job making 65 a year. Not to mention my husbands salary and qualifications. So don't start on what a loser I am and how only losers do drugs. I'm prob more educated and highly paid than the
majority of you that will respond. 2 years ago I developed a serious med problem that my dr prescribed a high dose of pain mess for approx a year. Then stopped. By then I was hooked. I could no longer get them from my dr so I started buying them illegally and lets just say it has been a battle from there. I am now a recovering addict. So all you assholes that doesn't think it could happen to you? Let's hope that on the way home today you are not in a wreck and lose a limb that requires long term pain management. Because that was my story
monica

Dayton, OH

#12 Dec 30, 2011
honestly wrote:
Let me just say that I know I will probably receive a lot of crap responses from close minded people. But you don't choose to be an addict. Or some people don't. To me it just happened. I am 37 mother of 2 kids. Own my own home, bachelors degree, professional med job making 65 a year. Not to mention my husbands salary and qualifications. So don't start on what a loser I am and how only losers do drugs. I'm prob more educated and highly paid than the
majority of you that will respond. 2 years ago I developed a serious med problem that my dr prescribed a high dose of pain mess for approx a year. Then stopped. By then I was hooked. I could no longer get them from my dr so I started buying them illegally and lets just say it has been a battle from there. I am now a recovering addict. So all you assholes that doesn't think it could happen to you? Let's hope that on the way home today you are not in a wreck and lose a limb that requires long term pain management. Because that was my story
that's different than just choosing to smoke crack or do heroin!
why oh why

Bowling Green, KY

#13 Dec 30, 2011
honestly wrote:
Let me just say that I know I will probably receive a lot of crap responses from close minded people. But you don't choose to be an addict. Or some people don't. To me it just happened. I am 37 mother of 2 kids. Own my own home, bachelors degree, professional med job making 65 a year. Not to mention my husbands salary and qualifications. So don't start on what a loser I am and how only losers do drugs. I'm prob more educated and highly paid than the
majority of you that will respond. 2 years ago I developed a serious med problem that my dr prescribed a high dose of pain mess for approx a year. Then stopped. By then I was hooked. I could no longer get them from my dr so I started buying them illegally and lets just say it has been a battle from there. I am now a recovering addict. So all you assholes that doesn't think it could happen to you? Let's hope that on the way home today you are not in a wreck and lose a limb that requires long term pain management. Because that was my story
More excuses. You're no different from any other druggy on the street.
excuses

Bowling Green, KY

#14 Dec 30, 2011
wanna know wrote:
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
Just...bull*hit.
monica

Dayton, OH

#16 Dec 30, 2011
Looks like its time for intervention hahhaha
honestly

United States

#17 Dec 30, 2011
why oh why wrote:
<quoted text>More excuses. You're no different from any other druggy on the street.
EXACTLY!!! and it could be easily be you also. 2 1/2 yrs ago I could not imagine being hooked on ANYthing. And something else that makes me the same as any druggie? I quit.
PKE

Bowling Green, KY

#18 Dec 30, 2011
honestly wrote:
<quoted text>
EXACTLY!!! and it could be easily be you also. 2 1/2 yrs ago I could not imagine being hooked on ANYthing. And something else that makes me the same as any druggie? I quit.
Well, all druggies don't quit.
honestly

United States

#19 Dec 30, 2011
PKE wrote:
<quoted text>Well, all druggies don't quit.
some don't but they always have the opportunity too. And MOST of them when they do quit will probably live a more fulfilling and happier life than these closed minded people that think they are so much better than everyone. Your pastor, CEO of your company, neighbor, may have recovered from addiction. So just keep that in mind when throwing stones.

Since: Dec 11

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#20 Dec 30, 2011
wanna know wrote:
No one goes out looking to be an addict. No one wants that. It just happens, then you're stuck somewhere you feel you'll never escape, so what's the point in trying?
No it doesn't just happen. It's one thing to become hooked on painkillers that a doctor prescribes you, but it's entirely different when you actively start seeking street drugs. If you just out of the blue decide to stick a needle in your arm, you should know the consequences. Nothing good ever comes from shooting heroin or smoking crack. I honestly don't understand why anyone would start doing it.
monica

Dayton, OH

#21 Dec 30, 2011
Ether wrote:
<quoted text>No it doesn't just happen. It's one thing to become hooked on painkillers that a doctor prescribes you, but it's entirely different when you actively start seeking street drugs. If you just out of the blue decide to stick a needle in your arm, you should know the consequences. Nothing good ever comes from shooting heroin or smoking crack. I honestly don't understand why anyone would start doing it.
well said! I've asked the same question many times!!!

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