A new drug war

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Photo: About brain-boosting drugs, Leon Kass, in a report on human enhancement, said, 'In seeking by these to be better than we are or to like ourselves better than we do, we risk "turning into someone else," confounding the identity we have acquired through natural gift cultivated by genuinely lived experiences.' More on this site Are 'brain ...

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New Mexican Maverick

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May 24, 2009
 

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If it hurts, take a pill!
If you can't remember, take a pill!
If you can't sleep, take a pill!
If you feel drowsy, take a pill!
If you want to stay awake, take a pill!
If you want to hit the ball further, take a pill!

I see a pattern here.
get rid

Rio Rancho, NM

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May 24, 2009
 
New Mexican Maverick wrote:
If it hurts, take a pill!
If you can't remember, take a pill!
If you can't sleep, take a pill!
If you feel drowsy, take a pill!
If you want to stay awake, take a pill!
If you want to hit the ball further, take a pill!
I see a pattern here.
of the pills, make people take a shot. Make them get over their fear of needles if they want to remember, sleep, wake up, stay awake, hit the ball further, ball longer.

“JustAThought”

Since: Feb 09

northern NM

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May 24, 2009
 
One way or another the drug companies want all Americans dependent on them. It's called creating your own niche market.
Zorkon 756

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May 24, 2009
 
JusThinkin wrote:
One way or another the drug companies want all Americans dependent on them. It's called creating your own niche market.
This is true!

During the Korean War eveyone need Bufferin.

During the Vietnamese War, everyone needed Preperation H.

Today, in our war against terrorists, we all need Viagra.

It's no wonder Republicans like to fight so much.

I can hardly wait to see what wonderful improvements for the human condition the next war will bring us.

Animated donuts perhaps.

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Zorkon 756 wrote:
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This is true!
During the Korean War eveyone need Bufferin.
During the Vietnamese War, everyone needed Preperation H.
Today, in our war against terrorists, we all need Viagra.
It's no wonder Republicans like to fight so much.
I can hardly wait to see what wonderful improvements for the human condition the next war will bring us.
Animated donuts perhaps.
More like...during the Korean War everyone Darvon compound, during Vietnam everyone needed Valium and Seconal, during the Gulf War, everyone Dextroamphetimine, since 911 everyone Oxycontin.
Tom

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May 30, 2009
 
Yes, Take A Pill. If you have AIDS. i.e. chronic fatigue, insomnia, and major depression. Then Hell Yes, by all means take a pill. Our Government does not care about AIDS unless it is in Africa (political agenda) because the ones who are infected are expendable. However, the ones affected are about to be in your own family and back yard. COMPLACENCY KILLS!!!
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Sep 16, 2010
 
I have tried a variety of medications for ADD; including Ritalin, Adderall, Adderall XR, Dexedrine, and Strattera. Each has benefits along with side effects. After several years medicating with central nervous system stimulants (CNS) I switched to Strattera from http://indiantrustedpills.info . I found the medication took a few weeks to take effect, and tended to cause constipation. I also found my psychological state was less effective if I became dehydrated. To counter the side effects I added All-Bran into my diet twice a week, and drank more liquids. The big benefit for myself was I could enjoy reading books again, which I could not on the CNS stimulants.
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Sep 29, 2010
 
Indian Strattera from http://indiantrustedpill.info works great. I am able to focus and am able to do more tasks at once, which my job requires. I am now able to sit down for more than 10 minutes at a time and read, write, and study for my college classes. The only thing that bothers me is that I sometimes forget to take my dose of medication. Other than this instance, I am able to function better as a person!
Robert

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Oct 30, 2010
 
I was diagnosed with ADHD in 6th grade and have taken Indian Stattera ever since. I am a college student now and its worked so well for me that I continuously make good grades. I would recommend this medicine to anyone who is having problems finding one to work.

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Nov 13, 2010
 
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More like...during the Korean War everyone Darvon compound, during Vietnam everyone needed Valium and Seconal, during the Gulf War, everyone Dextroamphetimine, since 911 everyone Oxycontin.
Hey Jus Thinkin, I know this comes a little late but think again the great south east asia war games of which we came in second ceated the need for Heroin more than seconal or valium, those drugs were mostly for housewives, I was one of the lucky ones who did not use drugs in the war mainly 'cause I was too scared of nodding out and getting shot, but in 1969 our wonderful Gov't introduced a new, to this country anyway, type of drug METHADONE, a much harder drug to kick, ain't our leaders thoughtful.
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Nov 15, 2010
 
I have enjoyed all the "war" talk.

I've had very good results with http://modafinilonline.us
Reality

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Nov 16, 2010
 
Dr Brian Awbrey works great for all Drug addicts. Because of the number of Law Enforcement he has as patients, he has no worries about getting caught. Call Susan Dye of the Commonweaith of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and listen to her spiel about how Dr. Awbrey has rights. While people are dying from his prescription pills

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Nov 16, 2010
 
Once the US government deemed pseudoephedrine laced products dangerous enough to place a control on the drug should be controlled with a prescription,not still be allowed to be legally sold over the counter,then indict people for fabricated meth crimes.
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Nov 16, 2010
 
Reality wrote:
Dr Brian Awbrey works great for all Drug addicts. Because of the number of Law Enforcement he has as patients, he has no worries about getting caught. Call Susan Dye of the Commonweaith of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and listen to her spiel about how Dr. Awbrey has rights. While people are dying from his prescription pills
Do you know if he's been charged with anything in any MA courts at this point? Thanks. I know BORIM won't give out any info - they can't until any//all investigations they're doing about him are closed.
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Dr Brian Awbrey works great for all Drug addicts. Because of the number of Law Enforcement he has as patients, he has no worries about getting caught. Call Susan Dye of the Commonweaith of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and listen to her spiel about how Dr. Awbrey has rights. While people are dying from his prescription pills
anyone know anything?!

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Nov 23, 2010
 
whatever wrote:
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anyone know anything?!
lmao
Vin Dun

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Nov 23, 2010
 
whatever wrote:
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anyone know anything?!
Yeah nobody will do anything because of the political connections
anyone

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Nov 23, 2010
 
Vin Dun wrote:
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Yeah nobody will do anything because of the political connections
who's political connections? Awbrey's or the law enforcement people he allegedly supplies?
Vin Dun

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Nov 23, 2010
 
Call the AG'S office and ask for the assistant AG handling the case out of Norfolk Superior Court Docket # 10-521 set for December 6, 2010.
This case will shock you
anyone

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Nov 23, 2010
 
Vin Dun wrote:
Call the AG'S office and ask for the assistant AG handling the case out of Norfolk Superior Court Docket # 10-521 set for December 6, 2010.
This case will shock you
not shocked - know about this case already + Dr A is not a defendant. don't believe you're Vincent Dunn, either, or you'd already know that.

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