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Ep 358: Threesome Watch 2010


“I regret not pulling her tits out too, I really do.”

Here is an interesting survey for you that shows one in five U.S. high school students abuse prescription drugs. I’m glad I got that phase of my life over and done with over a decade ago, but I still feel sorry for any one who has to go through the hell that is opiate detox. Sure there is medicine and other therapies that can make it a little more tolerable, but, speaking from experience, this is something that will stick with you for the rest of your life. So this survey questioned 16,000 teens and found that 20.2 percent have taken prescription drugs such as Oxycontin, Xanax, and Ritalin without a prescription. Of course, they won’t really experience any major problems unless they use the harder opiates like Oxycontin, Dilaudid or Fentanyl for at least a couple of weeks straight, but you have to remember, everyone is different, and these drugs affect everyone differently. I always think I should try and talk to the kids I see around here, about how, if they keep fucking with these drugs, they are going to seriously regret it and completely ruin their lives, but then I think back to when I was their age doing it, and if someone came up to me preaching about how drugs are bad and all that shit, I never would have listened to them. So you have to learn by experience, and just hope that if these kids do end up getting hooked on it, they have a strong enough parental support structure, they are able to beat it and get their lives back. What really blows my mind about this whole opiate prescription drug epidemic, is that the doctors who are¬†inadvertently¬†putting these drugs on the streets, are limited to how many patients they can treat with Suboxone. Suboxone gave me my life back, and without it, I for sure wouldn’t be where I’m at now. The problem is, the pain clinic doctors can have as many patients as they can fit into an eight hour day hooked on opiates, but they have a cap on how many patients they can treat with Suboxone. It seems very backwards to me, and this is one of the reasons we read about pharmacies getting robbed each and every day. Some pharmacies have even decided to stop selling Oxycontin, because they keep getting robbed. So, what do you? Increase the resources alotted for treatment, start treating it like a social problem rather than a criminal problem, and maybe you will start seeing some improvement. But, until that happens, people are going to keep being junkies, and kids are going to keep getting hooked on these pills. Good luck!

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