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Flight Help by Phoebe Nevingway - Wed, 24 May 2017 21:28:04 EST ID:f3Fw8nWk No.135411 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ok /benz/ I needed some consulting fast, im going to make 3 flights in a week and I've got a crippling fear of plains. was planning to take some donazepam and some benzos but i wanted to know when to take them but also to not over doit. The following flights in order are: 1. A 55 min flight 2. A 3 hour flight, and 3. a 6 hour flight. Thanks for your helping anons and may the God of benzos bless you with many pills.
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Phoebe Nevingway - Thu, 25 May 2017 00:09:24 EST ID:f3Fw8nWk No.135415 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Ive only tried clonazepam once before in liquid form 2mg, it didn't hit me very hard but it did give me some sort of amnesia.
Clara Hirringfag - Thu, 25 May 2017 03:19:19 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You don't need it to hit you hard. Benzos produce delusions of sobriety like few other drugs. Generally benzos will reduce anxiety at doses well below what will get you fucked up. (If you're getting amnesia noticeably then it's hitting you pretty hard)
Phoebe Nevingway - Thu, 25 May 2017 12:18:22 EST ID:f3Fw8nWk No.135419 Ignore Report Quick Reply

what im think of doing is start out with 1mg on the first flight, if i need to retake another dosage i will do before the second flight and for the third i will take 10 mg of zolpidem (schleeping pill) and dose off.
Ian Pocklecocke - Thu, 25 May 2017 22:24:23 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fair enough. Keep in mind though that z-drugs like zolpidem and benzos like clonazepam basically hit the same receptors and have the same effects. If you take zolpidem regularly it might explain why clonazepam doesn't effect you as much as it might (cross tolerance)/
Angus Draffingwater - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:36:05 EST ID:Ac8u7vnV No.135447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just chug airport beer like a normal person.

Shivvering and cold on Benzos by Charlotte Perryfuck - Sat, 27 May 2017 05:46:57 EST ID:vJZm8VFD No.135446 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Titles says it all. Do you feel shivvery and cold when you take benzos? I freezes

New user (Clonazolam): questions about effectiveness & sides by Archie Crendlegold - Thu, 25 May 2017 15:40:48 EST ID:/NQ8EBis No.135424 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm new to benzos and just copped some Clonazolam. I've tried it a handful of times so far, with dosages around 200 micrograms (200 µg). This is my first time using any depressant so just skip to the end if you don't feel like reading a damn essay. Main questions are:

>1. as my tolerance increases, how will the lethargy and anti-anxiety effects change?
>2. for parties social events etc., what are some good stims to combine?


Main issue is that it's not what I was expecting. Based on what I read online I was wanted something that would hit hard and totally eliminate my social anxiety. I do theater workshops and watch my recordings and I wanted something that would totally chill me out so I could socialize normally.

So it kind of works, like, I know I make more eye contact and I'm generally more comfortable being around other people. And I had one really good scene that probably was because of the drugs.

However, I don't really get any euphoria. I feel sleep deprived. I sleep a lot the next day (dreams are great though). If you ever got more talkative just from being sleep deprived it's sort of like that. Also, minor constipation which is not really an issue since I eat lots of vegetables.

>/ essay
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Ian Gattingville - Sat, 27 May 2017 01:39:12 EST ID:qtRb1tGh No.135445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have quite a bit of experience with clonazolam.

You will soon (within 5 - 6 days of daily use) your tolerance will go way up to the anti-anxiety properties. You also somewhat build up a tolerance to the pretty substantial effects it has on memory. Most people blackout at .5mg, which is really bad since most people start off taking 1mg thinking it's not that strong but holy shit this is one strong fucking benzo.

I used it every night for about 2 months, doses varying from .125mg all the way to 1.75mg (at that range, I had to write down on my arm how long ago I redosed and what dose I was at now and recollection was mostly from writing down my thoughts. The amnesia continued on into the next day). I could never use it during the day because it made me so tired, like if you've ever been tired off of loratadine, a supposedly "non-drowsy" antihistamine, that's what it felt like at low doses.

I've never mixed it with stimulants, but I have used it for stim crashes for which it was great for. I tried taking it during the day to help with anxiety, but it made me so damn tired at low doses. No amount of coffee would wake me up.

I have noticed at higher doses like .5mg(after you've built up a tolerance for about a week) the energy draining aspects are diminished quite a bit, but the effects on memory are still apparent and you may accidentally say things or do things you wouldn't normally do, due to lowered inhibitions.

When I lived in the middle of nowhere I was using it every night after the bars closed because I was so fucking bored I wanted to kill myself. Then I started traveling and used it strictly as a sleep aid, for which it's great for. You just have to take it about 9 - 10 hours before you expect your morning to begin. I think one of the reasons I had hardly any difficulty stopping was because I used it strictly for sleep for a good while.

Be very careful about redosing. This is a VERY STRONG BENZO. If you have a vial of it and can't control the urge to redose, you could easily lose 3 - 4 days from blacking out.
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Invisible on diazepam by Angus Draffingwater - Fri, 26 May 2017 21:07:12 EST ID:Ac8u7vnV No.135440 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone get that invisible feeling when you're high on benzos in public?
I don't know how to describe it but I was talking to someone else about it and they agreed. I was sitting in a bench in the middle of a busy town centre and everyone walking by was just invisible to me, it's weird.
Frederick Blurryhall - Sat, 27 May 2017 01:06:50 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm guessing it's something like this. Normally you note and analyse passers by even if subconsciously, probably a combination of threat assessment, curiosity and possibly looking for dat booty. When you're on diazepam you're relaxed enough that no one seems like a threat (or you can't be bothered looking for them), your curiosity is dead and you can't be bothered with trying to get laid, any or all of these.

BWB - Chill or Be Chilled by Dr. Katz - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 18:30:32 EST ID:fxIkwqoW No.134713 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Faithful /benz/, the old BWB has reached its limit. I hope everyone's spring is off to a great start. Get your cleaning done, be proactive in your life, stay active, but most of all... enjoy life.

20mg diazepam down the hatch
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Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:56:24 EST ID:lWXPBqqj No.135436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey when you're committed to getting off feel free to hit me up. We both know you need to switch to diclazepam.

>found 2 etizolam 1.2mg after not having benzos in like over a month

>in opi wd

>ate one and saved one for later

>where did the other one go? Was on my desk

Ebenezer Turveyshaw - Fri, 26 May 2017 21:01:56 EST ID:NpDPnBFv No.135439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just took my first mg of etizolam in over a year. Almost forgot this heavenly feeling.
Brain - Fri, 26 May 2017 21:16:55 EST ID:p3Y5bzHa No.135441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Eh, I actually never went through With it but thanks for the kind words. I still plan to tapper when I see my doc next but it's honestly going to be hard for me to be honest with him like you've said.

1mg of dclaz/2mg of etiz earlier. Now beers n bud with some friends
Ebenezer Turveyshaw - Fri, 26 May 2017 22:01:00 EST ID:NpDPnBFv No.135442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Took another 2 mg. Now I'm really in my happy place.

Soon I'll slip into my my bed and drift away for the night.
Brain - Sat, 27 May 2017 00:07:15 EST ID:p3Y5bzHa No.135443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
+6mg of etizolam. Finally might be able to get a solid sleep in.

propanolol to help quit a benzo habit by George Dangerwell - Thu, 25 May 2017 20:03:54 EST ID:9X8BDk36 No.135427 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've fell into bad habits again and I'm taking way too much Xanax, I want to stop before it gets too bad but I can't deal with the physical onset of anxiety when the benzo isn't in my bloodstream my chest hurts my breathing feels shallow my head starts to feel "out of sync" ect, and I heard propanolol doesn't get you high it just prevents those physical symptoms (the racing heart, chest pains, stomach aches, cold chills ect) so I was thinking of combining tapering with propanolol to help soothe the somatic symptoms, is this a good idea and do any of you have experience with propanolol?
Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Fri, 26 May 2017 14:01:51 EST ID:lWXPBqqj No.135437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I've been scripted propanolol and trazadone. I don't take the trazadone regularly.

I use propranolol for benzos or opioid WD, or before presentations etc because it really only helps with presentation anxiety. Look it up.

It's definitely worth taking during WD. Look up the half life and appropriate dosing and possible side effects so you're on your shit.

I don't really take it like clockwork during WDs, just when I feel certain symptoms.

Good luck. It's probably better for Benz than opi anyways so it should be good.

Get gabapentin or pregabalin if you can. I've never had it.
Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Fri, 26 May 2017 18:16:39 EST ID:wczNLl3U No.135438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes. Propranolol is a great way to help with the physical effects of tapering off benzos. It's what they gave me in rehab. I still keep a script around just in case. Really helps with chest palpitations and tremors IME.

Benzos and Ritalin by Cedric Blythebanks - Mon, 22 May 2017 18:30:48 EST ID:9pst/LUf No.135385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've just been prescribed Ritalin for my ADD, to help me study. Thing is, I also use benzos a lot, but not a a prescription, I get them "elsewhere".
Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but how should I got about this? I use benzos for social anxiety, I don't use them to get high. Now my psych wants me to take Ritalin to help with studying and concentration in general. Is it bad to mix the two? I'm not looking for a high, just trying to get through university. I didn't tell my psych about the benzos because I don't legally get them.

Anyone have experience taking both benzos and Ritalin?
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High Strung - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:34:03 EST ID:/YluKyww No.135396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> If you do end up mixing Ritalin with benzos, please avoid drinking.

Priscilla Mimmlehudge - Thu, 25 May 2017 14:37:29 EST ID:9pst/LUf No.135422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is mixing alcohol that bad? In the sense of, you'll fuck your body up or in the sense of, you'll get black outs and do stupid stuff? I've drank on benzos loads of times without anything horrible happening.
Brain - Thu, 25 May 2017 14:56:03 EST ID:p3Y5bzHa No.135423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drinking while taking benzos is never recommended. Sure you've never had any issues but MANY have. Adding a stimulant to the mix is just a bad idea from a health stand point.

When combinfing the drugs listed with other central nervous system depressants, chances of ttoxicity and fatal overdose increases.
Ebenezer Sigglebury - Thu, 25 May 2017 20:54:06 EST ID:R0NDpCXF No.135430 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Benzos and alcohol is a bad combination mainly due to how unpredictable it can be. You may just get more drunk with less alcohol, you may black out and take more drugs than you planned or you might come to in the hospital with a shiny, new criminal record and it's very difficult to tell which one you're going to get.

Alcohol and stimulants is a bad combo because the stims make it hard to tell how drunk you are and the combo lowers your inhibitions more than alcohol or stims alone and you can drink more without blacking out until the stims wear off and you're blacking out out of nowhere.

Doing all three at once is just asking for trouble.

Also ethanol changes the metabolisation of methylphenidate to create ethylphenidate which is more potent and more cardiotoxic. So yeah, be careful.
Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Thu, 25 May 2017 21:48:27 EST ID:lWXPBqqj No.135431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ethylphenidate is not more cardiotoxic what the fuck? This isn't cocaine and alcohol dude. I would love to be proven wrong. It's literally just ritalin but less edge/push and more high because it's more dopamine and less norepinephrine release.

Boofing Benzos by KingPoli - Wed, 17 May 2017 21:15:46 EST ID:bBBQqffo No.135332 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is this an effective way to get the biggest bang for ur buck or is bio availability no better than oral? Like can i boof some bars? no trolling
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Doris Cegglecocke - Thu, 18 May 2017 01:30:21 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, most benzos are not water soluble which is part of the reason that boofing them really doesn't work too effectively. *Might* get faster onset but in general it will be lower BA. Oral is the best method for alpazolam, with enzyme inhibitors like >>135335 suggested.
Doris Cegglecocke - Thu, 18 May 2017 03:34:17 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135337 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Basically you need to look up the bioavailability for a given ROA and drug beforehand. Rectal has a much higher BA than oral for say, methylphenidate but you can't just assume it will work better for any given drug.
Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Fri, 19 May 2017 23:03:04 EST ID:YJ4Zw/Ff No.135357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All depends on the drug

Chances are if it's water soluble then it benefits from plugging.

So midazolam is worth snorting or plugging if you won't use needles.

Also triazolam is worth trying to plug efficiency wise, even if it's not water soluble.

If you are plugging something worth plugging and you have cheap pure RC powder or whatever then fine of course you should add some to your boof shots like etizolam or whatever. Otherwise it's not worth the effort.

All common benzos should be eaten. I've only seen 9 triazolam pills in my life and they were 8 years old and were scripted for a surgery only 10 count. I've only had midazolam in the hospital in IV form.

No idea about newer RCs but if they're already strong, long lasting, and relatively cheap then oral only is the most logical.
Ernest Blythefoot - Mon, 22 May 2017 23:02:04 EST ID:499Is8P3 No.135387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>give me some bars please
>Central phoenix, airzonã
Martin Dickleshaw - Thu, 25 May 2017 05:35:38 EST ID:pbiGxYf/ No.135418 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I used to plug ("boof", buttchug, the respectable intrarectal spectical!) Etizolam and Diclazepam dissolved in propylene glycol and it worked fine, but really not much better than oral. It was just a faster comeup. It needs to be dissolved first in something that benzos, alprazolam in this case, are soluble in, then mixed with water. A pill won't work without a lot of extra bullshit steps, though. Just do it orally, it's barely even worth it with a solution.

Going on long-term by Samuel Fusslekat - Fri, 19 May 2017 21:26:18 EST ID:uY5x3Gs2 No.135355 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have pretty bad generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder. I'm not physically addicted to benzos, but take them more often than I should and definitely have problematic abuse patterns on the whole. I just had a conversation with a girl I recently met while on 3 mg etizolam, and although I always knew of benzos socializing effects, I'm only now reflecting on how much they transform me when talking to people. When I converse sober it feels like all my thoughts and ideas get jumbled up and locked away, and my anxiety racked brain struggles to come up with anything to say besides stutters and weird, awkward, clipped speech. But when I'm benzd it's just so different. All my thoughts and ideas I normally keep to myself flow effortlessly, I don't feel like everyone I speak to hates me and I can be funny, engaging and, well, social.

I am seriously limiting my social and romantic life by not being constantly benzo'd, the difference in the impression I make on people is night and day; if I'm benz'd I can have lots of friends, a romantic partner and have positive work relationships, if I'm not, I can't, simply. I was planning on starting to take clonazolam daily, with etizolam for short term anxiety maintenance for about a year or so. I have enough money to where funding my addiction will not be a problem.

Does anyone have any tips (besides "don't") for someone planning on going benzos long-term? Is memory loss a major issue when you have a tolerance? Should I try to get prescribed benzos if I'm choosing to go long term?

Dr. Katz - Sat, 20 May 2017 13:07:34 EST ID:fxIkwqoW No.135361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Attempting to keep my post short...Yes, you should try to have a prescription that is medically supervised is almost all cases. Yes, memory loss is still an issue even after tolerance is built.

You'll need to understand how to taper. Look into benzo tapering schedules. Look into the Ashton Manual. You'll also need to know the conversions if your doctor does not. It's safe to assume that your doctor will most likely not have much experience with tapering. In this sense, you need to be your own advocate for how/why tapering should occur.
Why have you set a timeframe up of one year, OP? Medically speaking, long-term is anything past 4 weeks of daily use. Many doctors don't even want to prescribe benzos, let alone for long-term use.
Cognitive issues are a major problem with daily usage. Too, clonazolam has an usual seizure threshold. The chance for a seizure, based on reports, has been much higher on clonazolam compared to traditional benzos. Taking clonazolam with etizolam is complete overkill. I really cannot suggest being on such a high potency benzo as clonazolam with the intention of daily use.

I have nothing against etizolam, but I will always speak up against clonazolam.

I understand that you have anxiety issues, OP. But you need to realize that benzos are not a cure for anxiety. Benzos should be thought of as a tool (i.e. band-aid) that helps with anxiety. Really, a person should use benzos only when necessary and try to condition themselves to being less anxious in specific situations by gradually reducing the amount of benzos used for an anxiety provoking situation.
Hopefully your journey is a success, but I have to suggest against daily usage. Even with a proper tapering schedule and knowledge of the drugs, there's a major risk present here. Many long-term users report worse anxiety after getting off of a benzo than before they were ever prescribed.

>tl;dr get a doctor, long term is a terrible idea, memory loss will be an issue that is pervasive, understand the inherent risks of daily use
Angus Sushchene - Sat, 20 May 2017 20:04:23 EST ID:mrK4wwvw No.135363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
man I feel you OP. When I'm benzed socializing is a breeze. I think your own description of socializing benzed vs not describes my own experience accurately as well. Like you said, it's night and day.

Memory loss is absolutely an issue. I've been on benzos for 5 years and I have a huge tolerance, but benzos make my memory shit anyway. Only difference now is that it's basically impossible for me to black out.

Definitely get a prescription. See a psychiatrist and go through all the hoops and hurdles until you get one, it's worth it. Since you have anxiety disorders it shouldn't be too hard, although to make it even easier you should tell them you have panic attacks all the time as well (even if you don't - yeah, lying about something like that feels kinda fucked but panic disorder is a surefire way to get a benzo script).

Try to keep your dose as low as possible. It'll be super tempting to keep going higher and higher, but don't do it. Start small and bring the dose up bit by bit until you get your desired social effects, and leave it there. Well, probably adjust it a bit later for tolerance too. But yeah, try to keep your dose at the level it's needed - not the level you _want_.
Reuben Nubblesudging - Mon, 22 May 2017 17:23:47 EST ID:9wUtj5LG No.135382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like anything else, being social is a skill that needs to be practiced. By constantly taking benzos, you're retarding your ability to learn how to socialize. You're really shooting yourself in the foot here.

And yes, memory loss is still a major issue and it literally feels like you're making yourself a way dumber person. Just trust what people are telling you and avoid learning the hard way that benzos are shit for fixing your problems long term.
Sophie Gurryville - Tue, 23 May 2017 18:30:20 EST ID:UghBpr5k No.135398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>you're retarding your ability to learn how to socialize. You're really shooting yourself in the foot here.
says the person that didn't spend over 20 years being afraid to walk down isles in the store that had other people in them. you're absolutely making valid points but it annoys me to see them phrased in a way that suggests everybody experiences anxiety the same way
in conclusion: OP should get a doctor.

>I have enough money to where funding my addiction will not be a problem.
then you have enough money for a doctor

for people that can't get a doctor i recommend sticking to small amounts of etizolam as spot treatment for particularly bad events
i personally have no issues using clonazolam but i will never ever suggest daily use of it over the internet

Skip the days by George Meffingham - Tue, 23 May 2017 03:14:47 EST ID:syv2FVL9 No.135388 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i just want to skip days, don't do nothing and don't think about nothing i remember back in the day i used to take a lot of lorazepam, do you have any other technique to suggest?
David Clezzlehitch - Tue, 23 May 2017 04:14:56 EST ID:ehnK8nAc No.135389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Attempting to induce mass memory loss over a long period of time isn't recommended dude. I'd suggest trying to deal with your life instead.
Dr. Katz - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:21:37 EST ID:8xenG9hK No.135395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had friends that would do this quite often. I don't talk to them anymore because of poor life decisions.
Deal with problems and learn coping mechanisms. Living life in a blackout isn't much of a life. OP, there's no problem great enough to necessitate simply not ever remembering anything at all. Counseling/therapy would be a better idea.

i wrote a song about Lunesta and how its a shit drig to get hooked on by Shit Smallbanks - Mon, 22 May 2017 17:37:11 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.135384 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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dont fucking do lunest. its fuck shit and anyone who sysays otherwise is a fucking fool. i odnt even think im hight right now but its wo hard to type thats how i knoe.anyway im wuitting this htitty drug (at least recreationalloy) and i made a song about it. gime a listen ya benz fiendaliniz.
Samuel Billingcocke - Wed, 24 May 2017 00:42:38 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.135407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>i odnt even think im hight right now

Evidence suggests otherwise. But yeah, the delusions of sobriety with benzos and Z drugs are strong.

24mg eszopiclone by Basil Finningford - Sat, 06 May 2017 00:55:09 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.135117 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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just took 24mg of lunes ta over the course of a cuppla hours blackout dose?? ama faggosoags
Phineas Micklenet - Sat, 06 May 2017 21:18:15 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.135135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it was indeedu
blinkeybill - Mon, 08 May 2017 03:49:24 EST ID:CghspUDU No.135159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
can you od on solely z-benzo
Esther Goodwell - Sun, 21 May 2017 14:00:27 EST ID:hRBJo7Z3 No.135373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nope. Unless you're planning to take ridiculous amounts. Which you should not, because even then it is quite unlikely.

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