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Confused about New England

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  1. satanarchist
    It seems that the only prescription drug anyone in Boston has heard of is Oxy. Oxymorphone (Opana) is out there but no one has a clue as to what it is. Given Oxymorphone's strength over Oxys when snorted and that the generic is not protected like Oxys allowing insufflation, it blows the mind (bad joke time - and the nose) that people don't get it.

    That is all. End of rant.

    :snort:

Comments

  1. Potter
    is the first "oxy" you mention Oxycodone?
    What is it that people don't get exactly?
  2. satanarchist
    Oxycontin and no one around here has heard of Oxymorphone ER. More for me I guess.
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