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Trying to wean myself and quit taking hydrocodone,need ad...

strange thing is i forgot i posted this until tonight.yes this is a love/hate thing with the pills.i'm ready to quit but how do you fight that urge? the urge is strong and i'm known as a mentally strong person...usually...these things are hell to quit.  (Feb 12, 2009 | post #15)

Trying to wean myself and quit taking hydrocodone,need ad...

i've been taking about five hydrocodone 10's a day for the past seven years everyday.i want to wean myself off the medicine completely.i have enough pills to do this.i'm just sick of dealing with i fine weaning myself down without experiencing anything drastic like seizures? i have heard of withdrawals and stuff happening.just what to do i need to do and what will i go through while doing this.absolutley will not go to the methadone way of doing this.i just want to be done with it......i'll take any advice,thanks.  (Jul 21, 2008 | post #1)

2008 Presidential Election

Hillary Clinton will be Obama's Vice President........

i was hoping hillary would be president.  (Jun 2, 2008 | post #3)

2008 Presidential Election

Hillary Clinton will be Obama's Vice President........

Hillary Clinton will be Obama's Vice President........the only way he'll win in november.everyone in democratic party needs to unite and cut out the needless bickering....  (Jun 2, 2008 | post #1)

US Senate

United States of America Heading Into Major Troubles.......

United States of America Heading Into Depression? with gas prices soaring,food prices rising,an unpredictable stock market,houses being foreclosed at a record rate,not to mention the credit crisis it seems like everything is coming to a head.with no end in sight to the iraq war and the middle class shrinking day by day is it time to sound the alarm?  (May 29, 2008 | post #1)

Blytheville, AR

Would you kill a stranger for $1 million?

yes  (May 29, 2008 | post #34)

Memphis, TN

Memp. Wrestling

nothing like the great wrestling of the 80's.its a very bad imitation of what it once was.i quit watching years ago.  (May 13, 2008 | post #5)

can you mix lortab and percocet?

yep its the same,thanks.both have tylenol.  (May 13, 2008 | post #3)

can you mix lortab and percocet?

just wondering if you can take a percocet and alternate with lortab?  (May 12, 2008 | post #1)

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Are whites afraid of latinos

no not afraid.  (Apr 22, 2008 | post #45)

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whose to blame for the recession?

bush  (Apr 22, 2008 | post #1)


Move over, Ozzfest: Motley Crue announces Crue Fest

motley crue has a new single saints of los angeles thats pretty reminds me of the girls,girls,girls era as far as sound.pretty good festival they got lined up....  (Apr 22, 2008 | post #20)

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Iran's President Says Oil Prices Too Low

we need to start drilling in the dakotas and end this dependence on middle eastern oil.  (Apr 20, 2008 | post #2)

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Iran's president says oil prices too low

Iran's hard-line president declared that crude oil prices, now above $115 a barrel, are too low, state media reported Saturday. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told an oil and gas exhibition in Tehran on Friday that he thought the commodity still had to "discover its real value," according to the Web site of Iran's state-run television. Oil prices have hit all-time highs above $115 a barrel in recent weeks, amid reports that oil and gasoline reserves in the United States were lower than expected and as the dollar sinks to record lows. "The oil price of $115 a barrel in today's global markets is a deceiving figure. Oil is a strategic commodity that needs to discover its real value," the Web site quoted Ahmadinejad as saying. Crude oil futures surged to a new trading record of $117 a barrel Friday following an attack on a key pipeline in Nigeria. The increase capped a week of record highs fueled by supply woes and the dollar's weakness relative to other major currencies. Ahmadinejad said despite high oil prices, the true value of crude oil, adjusted for inflation, is currently less than what it was in 1980. "While the price of other commodities have increased, the economic value of the current oil price is even less than 1980," he said. But some figures suggest that today's crude prices might have surpassed inflation-adjusted highs set in early 1980. Depending on how the adjustment is calculated, $38 a barrel then would be worth $96 to $103 or more today. Ahmadinejad accused Western industrialized nations of "selfishness " in their quest for cheaper oil. "When they get hold of oil, they assume that oil is a free commodity and belongs to them and has wrongly been placed in other territories. ... This is the spirit of selfishness and arrogance," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying. A host of supply and demand concerns in the U.S. and abroad, along with the dollar's weakness, have bolstered oil prices, even as record retail gasoline prices in the U.S. appear to be dampening demand. A weaker dollar makes commodities such as oil less attractive to investors as a hedge against inflation, and it makes oil more expensive to investors overseas. Analysts believe the weaker dollar is the primary reason oil has soared this year. The effect tends to reverse when the greenback gains ground. Ahmadinejad called the U.S. currency "a handful of paper" without any global support. Iran has stopped using the U.S. dollar in its oil transactions with the outside world, switching to currencies such as euro. "The dollar is not money any longer but a handful of paper distributed in the world without commodity support," the Web site quoted Ahmadinejad as saying.  (Apr 19, 2008 | post #1)

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will bush cancel the election? law passed gives him the ...

i'll tell you what its absolutely scary how the mainstream media and society at large is ignoring this.  (Apr 18, 2008 | post #5)

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