moorland pill mill aka advanced care ...

moorland pill mill aka advanced care center!!!

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DR GARBO

Danville, KY

#1 Sep 22, 2011
This clinic prescribes 30mg and 15mg percocet to anyone who has enough money to pay office visit.This DR gives the good DR a bad name.We all need to rid this PILL MILL they are giving our children poison for a FEW BUCKS.They are under investigation as i type this.The DR also signs his name to a script pad so if he cant make it in that day the PILL HEADS will still get their fix.Theys a petion you can sign ill get it up on the internet to sign lets rid this PILL MILL from our community so they can no longer poison our children.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!!!
just asking

Somerset, KY

#2 Sep 22, 2011
i most definately agree with you
fyi

Danville, KY

#3 Oct 2, 2011
just asking wrote:
i most definately agree with you
Why dont you mind your own f'nin buisness people that think they are better than everybody else always mess things up for the less fortunate Maybe its because they dont have good health care like you and are tired of buying the crap off the streets and making the people your really mad at RICH!!!!!!!!!!
Any Number

Manchester, KY

#4 Oct 2, 2011
fyi wrote:
<quoted text>Why dont you mind your own f'nin buisness people that think they are better than everybody else always mess things up for the less fortunate Maybe its because they dont have good health care like you and are tired of buying the crap off the streets and making the people your really mad at RICH!!!!!!!!!!
I seriously cannot see one logical point you made.

Also, I have a little help for your further postings:

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Exclamation point:
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Question mark:
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Your vs You're:
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"You're going to have a great time!"

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isee now

United States

#5 Oct 3, 2011
Any Number wrote:
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I seriously cannot see one logical point you made.
Also, I have a little help for your further postings:
Comma:
In general, the comma is used where ambiguity might otherwise arise, to indicate an interpretation of the text such that the words immediately before and after the comma are less closely or exclusively linked in the associated grammatical structure that they might be otherwise. The comma may be used to perform a number of functions in English writing. It is used in generally similar ways in other languages, particularly European ones, although the rules on comma usage – and their rigidity – vary from language to language.
Period:
A full stop (British English) or period (American English) is the punctuation mark commonly placed at the end of sentences. In the 21st century, it is also called a "dot" by young people.
Exclamation point:
A sentence ending in an exclamation mark is an actual exclamation (“Wow!”,“Boo!”), the imperative mood (“Stop!”), or intended to be astonishing or show astonishment:“They were the footprints of a gigantic hound!” Exclamation points can also be placed mid-sentence with a function similar to a comma:“On the walk, oh! there was a frightful noise.”
Casually, exclamation marks may be repeated for additional emphasis ("That's great!!!"), but this practice is generally considered unacceptable in formal prose.
Question mark:
The question mark (?; also known as an interrogation point, interrogation mark, question point, query or eroteme), is a punctuation mark that replaces the full stop (period) at the end of an interrogative sentence in English and many other languages.
Your vs You're:
You're is the contracted form of You are.
"You're going to have a great time!"
Your is the possessive pronoun form.
"I think your skills are outstanding."
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class nerd!
Any Number

Manchester, KY

#6 Oct 3, 2011
isee now wrote:
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class nerd!
:)
well

Danville, KY

#7 Oct 3, 2011
DR GARBO wrote:
This clinic prescribes 30mg and 15mg percocet to anyone who has enough money to pay office visit.This DR gives the good DR a bad name.We all need to rid this PILL MILL they are giving our children poison for a FEW BUCKS.They are under investigation as i type this.The DR also signs his name to a script pad so if he cant make it in that day the PILL HEADS will still get their fix.Theys a petion you can sign ill get it up on the internet to sign lets rid this PILL MILL from our community so they can no longer poison our children.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!!!
What's the matter? Did they not give you what you wanted?You seem to know plenty about the place! Yo! Did I get all my punctuation and spelling right, class nerd?
Any Number

Manchester, KY

#8 Oct 3, 2011
well wrote:
<quoted text>What's the matter? Did they not give you what you wanted?You seem to know plenty about the place! Yo! Did I get all my punctuation and spelling right, class nerd?
More or less. You forgot a space before "You".

To be fair to the OP, I know a lot about the place as well and I've never even been there. They've been in the papers and on multiple news websites. The doctor that runs the joint was the main subject in a few of the stories as well.
DR GARBO

Danville, KY

#9 Oct 3, 2011
well wrote:
<quoted text>What's the matter? Did they not give you what you wanted?You seem to know plenty about the place! Yo! Did I get all my punctuation and spelling right, class nerd?
No not at all PILLHEAD it dont take a rocket scientist to figure out whats going on there.Now does that answer your questions?PILLHEADED DOPEFENS are all the same WASTE OF FRESH AIR.:0)
Stop the madness

Russell Springs, KY

#10 Oct 4, 2011
fyi wrote:
<quoted text>Why dont you mind your own f'nin buisness people that think they are better than everybody else always mess things up for the less fortunate Maybe its because they dont have good health care like you and are tired of buying the crap off the streets and making the people your really mad at RICH!!!!!!!!!!
If you are really ill you can get medical help. But, if your "sick" from the lack there of...maybe it's time to get yourself some help. Personally, I him sick and tired of hearing about self inflicted addicts, and the self pitty it takes to be you; making yourselves "less fortunate". I am a little to busy out busting my A$$ trying hold a job down, feed kids, and not live off others, to add any additional items to my list, just to be "better than THAT".
who

United States

#11 Oct 21, 2011
Any Number wrote:
<quoted text>
I seriously cannot see one logical point you made.
Also, I have a little help for your further postings:
Comma:
In general, the comma is used where ambiguity might otherwise arise, to indicate an interpretation of the text such that the words immediately before and after the comma are less closely or exclusively linked in the associated grammatical structure that they might be otherwise. The comma may be used to perform a number of functions in English writing. It is used in generally similar ways in other languages, particularly European ones, although the rules on comma usage – and their rigidity – vary from language to language.
Period:
A full stop (British English) or period (American English) is the punctuation mark commonly placed at the end of sentences. In the 21st century, it is also called a "dot" by young people.
Exclamation point:
A sentence ending in an exclamation mark is an actual exclamation (“Wow!”,“Boo!”), the imperative mood (“Stop!”), or intended to be astonishing or show astonishment:“They were the footprints of a gigantic hound!” Exclamation points can also be placed mid-sentence with a function similar to a comma:“On the walk, oh! there was a frightful noise.”
Casually, exclamation marks may be repeated for additional emphasis ("That's great!!!"), but this practice is generally considered unacceptable in formal prose.
Question mark:
The question mark (?; also known as an interrogation point, interrogation mark, question point, query or eroteme), is a punctuation mark that replaces the full stop (period) at the end of an interrogative sentence in English and many other languages.
Your vs You're:
You're is the contracted form of You are.
"You're going to have a great time!"
Your is the possessive pronoun form.
"I think your skills are outstanding."
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With these simple tips, your posts can be readable once more!
what are you a teacher????
lmao

United States

#12 Oct 21, 2011
Stop the madness wrote:
<quoted text>
If you are really ill you can get medical help. But, if your "sick" from the lack there of...maybe it's time to get yourself some help. Personally, I him sick and tired of hearing about self inflicted addicts, and the self pitty it takes to be you; making yourselves "less fortunate". I am a little to busy out busting my A$$ trying hold a job down, feed kids, and not live off others, to add any additional items to my list, just to be "better than THAT".
aint u just special!
Any Number

Somerset, KY

#13 Oct 21, 2011
who wrote:
<quoted text> what are you a teacher????
Such a sad sad day when using the most basic forms of grammar makes people think you're a teacher.
lmao

United States

#14 Oct 21, 2011
Any Number wrote:
<quoted text>
Such a sad sad day when using the most basic forms of grammar makes people think you're a teacher.
seems to me they are tryin to teach . thats not just using it .. thats teaching and making a book of it. that was retarted... lol. no one actually talks like that around here .. not even the so called people that dont use drugs or dont get foodstamps.. lol
Any Number

Somerset, KY

#15 Oct 21, 2011
lmao wrote:
<quoted text>seems to me they are tryin to teach . thats not just using it .. thats teaching and making a book of it. that was retarted... lol. no one actually talks like that around here .. not even the so called people that dont use drugs or dont get foodstamps.. lol
Actually they do. Most people, who aren't under the age of 20, realize how "retarted" they sound otherwise.

Next time I make a "book" out of it, I'll try adding some pictures so you can read it the way you're accustomed to.
dnt like n or r

United States

#16 Oct 22, 2011
Any Number wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually they do. Most people, who aren't under the age of 20, realize how "retarted" they sound otherwise.
Next time I make a "book" out of it, I'll try adding some pictures so you can read it the way you're accustomed to.
Why does ppl say the r word??? Well u shouldn't it's jus like the n word to me. Ppl need to think bout wht they say alil more.
Any Number

Somerset, KY

#17 Oct 22, 2011
dnt like n or r wrote:
<quoted text>Why does ppl say the r word??? Well u shouldn't it's jus like the n word to me. Ppl need to think bout wht they say alil more.
What's wrong with "retarted"? It's just a tart that's been tarted a second time.
joebob

Georgetown, KY

#18 Apr 13, 2012
THEY are NOT a pill mill. The above posts are from an aqantince of mine who got turned away. The staff there are Christians who care about the poor and people like you who no other doctors will fix. They scrren uran and do bloodwork to see if youve violated the pain contract and the DR there kicks out anybody, like the first post above, who dont comply. Because of carpheads like him (above() ) they are move away soon. Thanks to garbo above
private dancer

Georgetown, KY

#19 Apr 13, 2012
DR GARBO wrote:
This clinic prescribes 30mg and 15mg percocet to anyone who has enough money to pay office visit.This DR gives the good DR a bad name.We all need to rid this PILL MILL they are giving our children poison for a FEW BUCKS.They are under investigation as i type this.The DR also signs his name to a script pad so if he cant make it in that day the PILL HEADS will still get their fix.Theys a petion you can sign ill get it up on the internet to sign lets rid this PILL MILL from our community so they can no longer poison our children.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!!!
Are you talking about the place next to the Subway? Because we were working in Moreland a couple weeks ago and went in there to get a sandwich and I spotted a woman I know sitting in a car that I know and she and her bf are big time pill heads......when we got back out to our vehicle with our food her bf came out of that clinic place and got on their car and left. I hadn't seen the guy in a year or so but he looked awful - like a 70 year old man.....I was curious why they would come from Stanford to go in that rinky-dink clinic in Moreland...now I know why they were there
fyi

Washington, DC

#21 Apr 14, 2012
If you are defending this "pill mill" you are mos deffinately a junkie!! U ppl r don't fool n e one half dead lookin mf's lol

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