Peninsula not immune to heroin epidemic
They looked the part of the upper-crust Peninsula parents they are, their eyes locked on their cherished son standing before them.
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Since: Mar 12
#1 Jul 1, 2012
God I knew this--I predicted this was going to happen when they switched the OxyContin to the new formula. Whatever the reason, to make it "safer" or to keep their patent theirs, I knew this was going to happen. Heroin was going to start showing up rampantly, now, with Opana being gone also (reformulated) people lock your doors. I live in a very nice, prominent community where we have never locked doors, locked cars, & now peoples Mercedes & freakin Beamets ate being stolen-RIGHT OUT OF THEIR DRIVEWAYS!!! We lock EVERYTHING NOW, bet your a$$ we do. & I seriously seer it getting SOOOO much worse once the very last of the "real" Opana is gone. Be careful everyone, lock up everything, even if you haven't before & don't think you need to. Please. & when going out use the buddy system!!!(Sounds gay) but at my Krogers & Targets, peoples purses are getting snatched left & right (as I said before its a nice neighborhood) But even in not nice neighborhoods, it doesn't matter!!! Buddy system people!!! & lock your stuff up!!!!!!(& yes, I'm not naive to believing its because people are out of jobs more than ever & that could be equally the cause) Either way, be safe everyone. Keep an extra eye out...
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