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Emotion overwhelmed me today (not sure if it's OK to Chuck this in here)

Posted 21-07-2016 at 03:53 by Char2009

Emotion overwhelmed me today... As it spilled from my eyes and rolled down my face
I wanna run away.... Don't want to be in this place....today.
Run from the madness that is inside my mind. If only there was a way.
But there's no way to escape ... No way to find....solace...
Lying here curled tightly into myself, I cursed the day that shone too bright ... And I Curse the silence of tonight.
Sleep escapes me ... My heads not clear
It's noisy and frightening being alone in here.
I wanna run away.. Don't want this headspace today... Run from the madness inside my mind.
Emotion overwhelmed me today... As it spilled from my eyes and ran down my face

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Day 12 - meth facts

Posted 15-07-2016 at 04:46 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

The meth section around here is always full of people. Give the people what they want, eh?

1.3 million people die from meth per year.

1 in 10 people have tried meth. Maybe its time to question your post man a little further..

Marilyn Monroe took part, then sang Happy Birthday to JFK.

JFK was also on meth. His birthday was just an upscale drug party.

Hitler was on meth too.

Wanna be famous?? Do meth I guess.

Please do not take that seriously.

I need sleep.

Sorry.
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Day 11 - Facebook Facts

Posted 08-07-2016 at 07:18 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Facebook is blue because the founder is colorblind.

1 in 11 people in the world are on facebook

Its available in over 70 languages.

It gives jobs to over 3000 men and women.

Most people on facebook are single - 43,869,800 of them.

750,000,000 photos were updated on New Years of 2010. It was, and still is the record.

If you type, utnam: in the Facebook chat, an easter egg will appear.

82% of pages have 5 posts or less a month.
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Day 2 Burp WD

Posted 14-06-2016 at 01:48 by Stell22

Am I missing something today....
Yes my Burp...
Thats what I am missing
CT off it day 2 today
expecting worse by day 4 now
The ol brain is fudging along somehow in very slow mo
Fingers feel light and heavy on the key board
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Sensitive to drugs

Posted 13-06-2016 at 12:20 by bheadmaster

I don't know if it's in my body or in my mind, but I am very sensitive to recreational drugs overall. Few beers and a joint can knock me out and make me unable to stand properly, let alone control my thoughts - I start nodding out and become paranoid if someone around starts giving me bad trips, like telling me that the cops are coming or so.
Last night I had to walk home few kilometers because I missed the last bus, and the whole time I thought that somebody was following me with intention to rob me, so I held my hand close to my knife the whole time

Acid really makes me lose myself, sometimes in a good way, sometimes not, MDMA makes me lose all my inhibitions and control, and speed makes me feel like a superman, and that's why I love it so much.

I see people around me that can take a few ecs and still...
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Am I Missing Something ?

Posted 12-06-2016 at 14:06 by Stell22

Story of my life
I get it too late
I loose it
I dont get it
I lost it
There is something missing in my brain
Lots of frontal lobe damage I am told
But I think it has always been so
Am I missing that stable gene ?
The one that keeps us normal
Oh to be normal
As I overthink I miss small details
Story of my life...
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Day 10 - Facts of 10

Posted 27-05-2016 at 02:30 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Men get an average of ten hard ons in a dream.

There are 10 vowels in the Korean alphabet.

If you write the number 10 twice as 1010, you get the binary representation of 10.

In the Bible, there were 10 generations between Adam and Noah. Also, 10 generations between Noah and Abraham.

The traditional 10th anniversary gift is tin, while today's gift for the 10th anniversary is diamonds.

In the UK, a person could be convicted of a criminal offense at the young age of 10 and can even receive a life sentence if found guilty of murder.
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Day 9 - Here's a Fun One - FETISHES

Posted 01-05-2016 at 03:19 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Come on this has to be a good one. Enjoy!

Sploshing: This one is mostly for the ladies, apparently. I guess being naked and rolling around in kiddie pools full of baked beans is a major turn on??

Formicophilia: Gettin reallll excited over being covered in insects..

Tripsolagnia: Having a thrill of having one's hair shampooed.

Dendrophilia: Some people like trees. Some people really like trees.

Psychrophilia: Having fantasies of watching people freeze.. to death. Not sure how this one is exactly satisfied.

Climacophilia: Arousal to falling down stairs. Either you're falling down stairs, or your partner is. Can't imagine how they keep explaining to the hospital how they manage to come in every night with new injuries and social services haven't put...
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Day 8 - Animal Facts.. Mostly

Posted 28-04-2016 at 02:59 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Woodpeckers have a surprisingly squishy and broad skull to avoid brain damage.

Mosquitoes have a strange attraction to Limburger cheese, which has a smell some say resembles human feet. Apparently this was the connection made as to why mosquitoes go fro the feet and ankles.

A full bottle of beer will hit a target with up to 70% more energy than an empty one, but both full and empty bottles can fracture a human skull - go get 'em with a full one you bar brawlers.

A pair of pigeons was trained to see the difference between a Monet and a Picasso.

Some female bats give oral sex before copulation.

"The Dutch ornithologist witnessed a male duck administering a 75-minute raping of the corpse of another male duck, freshly deceased after flying into a window."...
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Day 7 - War and Strange Children's Jobs

Posted 24-04-2016 at 02:49 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Polish Catholic midwife Stanisława Leszczyńska delivered 3,000 babies at the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust in occupied Poland.

In World War II, British soldiers got a ration of three sheets of toilet paper a day. Americans got 22.

Only 20% of the males born in the Soviet Union in 1923 survived the war.

To avoid using the German sounding name ‘hamburger’ during World War II, Americans used the name ‘Liberty Steak.’


Adolph Hitler and Henry Ford each kept a framed picture of the other on his desk.

The first bomb dropped on Berlin by the Allies killed the only elephant in the Berlin Zoo.

More then 42.1 deaths of the American Civil war were from unknown causes.

While it was common practice for Patriots...
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Day 6 - Music Facts

Posted 18-04-2016 at 04:05 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)
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None of the Beatles could read music.

Musicians have one of the lowest life expectancys of any profession.

Jingle Bells was originally written for Thanksgiving.

In 1989, the U.S. military played AC/DC music at General Noriega's compound, as loudly as he could, in Panama for 2 days straight. The dictator surrendered soon after.

Britney Spear's music is used to drive Somali pirates away by the British Navy.

Finland has the most heavy metal bands in the world, per capita.

Music and I have a wonderfully uncomplicated relationship.
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Kratom~An Experiment

Posted 11-04-2016 at 21:51 by Octadelic

I had never heard of kratom until I read about it here. I'm quite intrigued. I use opiates for chronic pain and have recently had a huge spike in pain that led to a switch to fentanyl then off fentanyl onto oxycontin.

The roller coaster ride seems to have twisted the volume up to high on my tolerance. I'm frustrated to have finally found a medication combo that is working only to have it not be "enough". I'm terrified to tell my doctor, I don't want to do anything that might risk the relief I am getting. In the past (and I've read others have) I've taken a break from opiates to try to decrease my tolerance back down. I keep trying to take mini breaks hoping to get more effectiveness from the opiates but if anything it seems to be backfiring.

After learning about and reading of others experiences...
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the one question I have for you

Posted 10-04-2016 at 04:21 by nofunclub (No Fun No Club)

One question I find relevant, as a way to illustrate . the opposite extreems of energies that is pulling human sanity apart. collectively the good and the evil and how to spot the difference Is Bush chosen by God to conquer the world ?

What really think: is that Bush is Brainwashed by his father since prebirth
to believe he is the chosen one..
And that he never will realize that he is a tool for the Evil side of the battle..

What I have been "Told" by my "divine connections" is:
The door is already open
their devils is already on their way
Pray through the religion YOU use, to fight this evil.
How you pronounce Evil or Good don't matter as long as you choose side..
And only so with your Heart, Soul and Desire.
We will need that strength...
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Day 5 - Body Facts

Posted 08-04-2016 at 22:01 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)
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An average healthy man's lungs has enough surface area to cover a tennis court.

Your nose can remember 50,000 different smells.

Human bones, ounce for ounce, are stronger than steel.

All the bacteria in one body collectively weigh 4 pounds.

Everyday, your heart creates enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles (32 km).

Within three days of death, the enzymes that digested your dinner begin to eat you.

The chemicals that make up a human body are roughly worth 160 USD.

Without your pinky finger, your hand would lose about 50% of it's strength.

A healthy human liver costs 157,000 USD.

In 2010, a Southwest Airlines employee discovered dozens of human heads in a cargo hold of a plane.
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Day 4 - Have Some History

Posted 02-04-2016 at 06:09 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Currently spiraling out of control.

In one day of heavy fighting in the battle of Stalingrad, a railway changed hands from Soviet to German control and back again fourteen times in two hours.

The last civil war widow died in 2003.

The maximum territory of ancient Rome was 2.51 million square miles. Which was the 19th largest empire in history.

Humans appeared 200,000 years ago. Written record began 6,000 years ago. That would mean that 97% of history is lost.
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Day 3 - Hope you guys like statistics!

Posted 31-03-2016 at 05:39 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

It has been said that Snoop Dogg smokes 81 blunts a day. Thats roughly 5 blunts an hour.

In the early 1900's, there was an asthma medicine called "Tucker's Asthma Specific". It contained 420 milligrams of cocaine per ounce of the stuff.

Cocaine use has been reported in 2/3 of all countries.

Marijuana was easily purchased at the local drug store up until the 1940's.

208 million people, internationally consume illegal drugs.

More than 60% of kids say that drugs were kept, sold, or used at their school.

A woman, in 2009, attempted to smuggle 50 packets of heroin, each containing 12 grams of the drug, over a border through her colon. Hospital staff managed to safely recover 49 of them.

A mental health patient was once subjected...
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Day 2

Posted 28-03-2016 at 04:39 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

The 9th fastest growing company of 2015 was a pharmaceutical co. named Gilead Sciences.

October 23, 2001 was the date that Apple's first Ipod was released.

There was once a punishment in England for irresponsible drinking. It involved a large barrel with holes cut out for the arms and head, with the bottom removed. He'd then have to go about his public job and doings.

Another was to the poor Welsh school children, who were apparently becoming unmotivated. To fix this problem, they thought to make them learn and speak english. To enforce this, there was a ban put in place on them speaking their native language; hence the creation of the Welsh Not. In the start of a day, the first child caught would be given it. Throughout the day, it would be passed among students. The child caught with the Welsh...
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Day 1

Posted 27-03-2016 at 11:09 by turn-the-music-louder (Your and My Useless, Wonderful Trivia)

Oxford University is older than the Aztec Empire.

Giraffes sleep 5 minutes per 24 hours.

There's such things as light pink dolphins.

There's a car accident of some kind every 15 minutes.

Google is worth over 527 billion USD.

It is estimated that by 2050, the world will produce around 3 billion tonnes of both animal feeds, and breakfast cereals.
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I need to get clean already.

Posted 20-03-2016 at 07:11 by ima.get.her.doee

I want to so badly stay clean. I keep fucking up every so often. First was a year clean, relapse, then 4 months, relapse, then three months and now relapse. I need a support system. I think a good way also is to find something to do everytime I get that craving.... Like a cigarette smoker quits cigarettes, they eat a candy (if not using a nicotine patch or such) everytime I feel like using, I'll keep journaling or write a poem on my thoughts. Any other suggestions?
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Relapsing

Posted 16-03-2016 at 10:29 by ima.get.her.doee

Why do we relapse? Why do some people relapse over and over and others can stay strong and never go back to it? It's a question that I can ponder about because I was in a six month inpatient drug program called Spirit of Woman back in 2012, and still talk to every one I was there with, and a few are doing really good and have stayed clean, while others I know (myself too) have a relapse problem. There has to be logical reason. Scientific reason. Any thoughts?
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Rush of a Score

Posted 11-03-2016 at 06:19 by Morphina Blue

Background: Experience with smack is a relatively short one. It's only been 4 1/2 months (came about after a 10 year narcotic pill addiction...cliché, I know) and I think about it every day. My run of use lasts 3 days at most, then off for 5 days or more. What else is new to me is the rush of scoring. The last 2 meetings with the dealer gave me a bit of a thrill.

Is it the getting away with the crime that is a thrill? It's kind of embarrassing to admit that. Make me sound like an 18 year old kid. I am a little repulsed by myself and the immaturity of that statement. I almost always overthink my actions and things I say, I'm a terribly insecure person who comes across as confident and outspoken...few people know the truth. Oh, the cliché of it: addict who's self destructive, insecure and overly sensitive. Boring? Maybe. ...
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A quick check in...

Posted 02-03-2016 at 04:31 by Tinkerblah

I have decided to try sobriety and rehab. I'm going to an intensive outpatient program called rehab after work ( I call it rehab after dark to make it sound more exciting.) I've been sober for 28 days now. By this I mean no alcohol. My pdoc and I have been working on cutting back on my clonazepam and I'm happy to share that I'm now at 1.5 mgs a day, down from 3 mgs a day a month ago. We decided to take baby steps with the benzo since I went cold turkey with the alcohol. I'm still very fragile and quite ashamed of many of my posts here. I will face those when I'm stronger. I'm just asking for prayers and good thoughts to the god, gods, goddesses, or sacred trees of your choice for me as I work to get and keep clean.

I'll try to check in often.

Much love,

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I wish opiates were still prescribed for throatache

Posted 15-02-2016 at 20:54 by bheadmaster

My head is killing me, I can barely swallow water because of how sore my throat is, I'm having trouble walking - typical fever. Sucks, eh?

But two pills of paracetamol-caffeine-codeine combo (250mg, 50mg and 10mg respectively) and I feel alive again. I can even eat without any major problems. Throatache seems like it had its volume turned down a lot

Now, since I've drank caffeine pills and paracetamols on their own and they didn't help me much, I believe that the effect is caused by codeine. No wonder it's called a "painkiller".

I wish I could get pure codeine in my country...
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Quirky Headlines

Posted 10-02-2016 at 02:44 by Waiting For The Fall
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At the beginning of my budding career as a journalist, my goal was to write headlines for the New York Post. I never made it there, but have written, and appreciated novel, clever or quirky headlines all of my life. When appraising some of the headlines written today, I've also played a little game in my head of responding to them. These are all real headlines I've come across on MSN, Huffington Post or Buzzfeed, and I couldn't resist writing down my first response to them.

Cat Missing For Over A Year Found In Pet Food Warehouse
"What does a 200 lb. cat say? 'Leave me be, muther fucker.'"

Men Try To Find The G-spot
"Nope, that's the F-spot. Oops, missed it. Now you're at the H-spot."

Man Has Sinking Feeling About His Boat
"Glub, glub, glub."

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Posting While High

Posted 02-02-2016 at 20:29 by Waiting For The Fall

When I first discovered Drugs-Forum, I believed I had found the place to learn about my new-found drug I was using—Methamphetamine. Yes, I already knew about how to get high, how to use a needle and some of the bad feelings you'd get coming down from it. I started reading posts in the meth sub-forum, and I was surprised.

It seemed many suffered from Spelling Aversion Disorder. And some words were abbreviated, which I knew was what's referred to as txt-spk, impossible for some of our international members to decipher (and even older generation members such as myself). Getting beyond that was another problem: paragraphs that were over 100 lines long. And even if I waded through them, complete sentences were a rarity, and thoughts were abject and disconnected. What was the meaning to all of this?

It finally dawned...
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