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Puke & Neaseau

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- Sun, 05 Dec 2021 22:51:12 EST KbyUhDij No.56308
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What are good ways to prevent neaseau and purging if you have to drink gross drugs?

Many examples of gross drugs to drink where theres no alternative route of administration
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Martha Brooklock - Tue, 07 Dec 2021 07:30:09 EST z0PRgLuA No.56309 Reply
>>56308
Spend a while smelling them. Epiglottis overpowered as fuck.

Puke & Neaseau

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- Sun, 05 Dec 2021 22:51:13 EST KbyUhDij No.56307
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What are good ways to prevent neaseau and purging if you have to drink gross drugs?

Many examples of gross drugs to drink where theres no alternative route of administration
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You have been poisoned on purpose - eliminate the competition

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- Tue, 16 Nov 2021 14:30:29 EST N1FkwF3I No.56299
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Best greetings to all of you, dear /med/.

Before I start my message, I apologize for this post during the global pandemic. Many people are concerned not only with the limitations of normal life, but also with the loss of their jobs.

My aim is not to bother or disturb you, but to share information that, at least in my eyes, is important. I would love to mention two points at the beginning, provided that this is permitted.

First of all, this writing is not about theories such as the so-called QAnon movement, fairy tales called political ideologies, or fear-based beliefs (for example that ancient groups and organizations such as the Knights Templar, Rosicrucians, Freemasonry, Rh negative blood / descendents of Atlanteans, ruling class, Sumerian and Babylonian "deities" control the game of life).

Rather, they are large companies such as Monsanto, Bayer, Dow Chemical, Syngenta, DuPont and many more.

If that is allowed, I would like to briefly quote the American comedian George Carlin, as his sentences go really well with it.

"It’s never gonna get any better. Don’t look for it. Be happy with what you got. Because the owners of this country don't want that. I'm talking about the real owners now, the real owners, the big wealthy business interests that control things and make all the important decisions. Forget the politicians. The politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don't. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They’ve long since bought and paid for the senate, the congress, the state houses, the city halls, they got the judges in their back pockets and they own all the big media companies so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear. They got you by the balls. They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying, lobbying, to get what they want. Well, we know what they want. They want more for themselves and less for everybody else, but I'll tell you what they don’t want: They don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking. They don’t want well informed, well educated people capable of critical thinking."

"They’ll get it. They’ll get it all from you, sooner or later, 'cause they own this fucking place. It's a big club, and you ain’t in it. You and I are not in the big club. They don’t give a fuck about you. They don’t give a fuck about you. They don't care about you at all -- at all -- at all."

"It's called the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.”

Second, you will find a summary at the end of this message, as not everyone has the time and / or interest to read everything, which is perfectly fine.

My parents came to the western world from Eastern Europe in the early 1990s to enable themselves and their children to have a better life (financial security, more opportunities, jobs and protection). However, those times are long gone. An incredibly high rate of mental illness, severe loneliness among all age groups, no sense of community, little to no cohesion, broken families or single parents, hopelessness in everyday life and much more.

I have been working in the social field for a long time, especially in various nursing homes, psychiatric clinics and sheltered workshops for the disabled (both with adolescents and adults that have physical and / or mental disabilities). What I experienced every day is hell on earth for patients and residents, literally.

People wait several months for a free therapy place and want help, but in many cases only psychotropic drugs are administered and meals, consisting of the cheapest and nutrient-poor foods from the supermarket.

Many of them are mostly just lying in their bed and waiting to die, at least that is my experience as an employee in this professional sector. My own father was heavily alcoholic in his lifetime and when he went to the clinic he was completely psychotic, unfocused and distracted. In childhood and adolescence, such people were zombies for me without emotions and feelings, as silly, impolite and disrespectful as that may sound.

Millions of people trust doctors because they have graduated from university. But reality shows again and again that it doesn't matter which illness or defect it is, strong psychotropic drugs are usually administered. Many grow up with an attitude of taking a drug to solve any problem. The truth is, suicide rates are increasing and getting worse every year, psychiatric hospitals are full of patients (waiting months for a free place in therapy), elderly people in nursing homes wish to die every day, and no one knows a solution.

I hardly know anyone (regardless of whether they are students, workers or job seekers) who is free from antidepressants, benzodiazepines and / or other drugs.

The term "genetics" is used very often for various problems, diseases, deficits and deformities (cancer, height, face shape, physique, hair loss and much more, to name a few examples), but is that really the only factor?

Many of us live in this modern, western society and enjoy this "simple" life with various technological aids that can make things easier. Unfortunately, there is also a downside to all of this. The disadvantages:

  • low testosterone levels and catastrophic sperm quality due to endocrine disruptors (bisphenol A, PFOA / Teflon, PFOS, PCB, parabens, dioxins, phthalates, PFC), heavy metals (mercury, arsenic, lead, cadmium, aluminum, etc.), plastics and personal care products
  • neurotoxins (DDT, PBDE, PERC, ethanol)
  • environmental pollutants
  • xeno- and phytoestrogens
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James Hasslefare - Sat, 20 Nov 2021 18:35:54 EST ip7gwO7+ No.56300 Reply
>>56299
Good post, anon. George Carlin reminds of me before getting redpilled, i respect him a lot because of that, it's the type of leftist that can be turned around. I'll have to disagree with your quote about secret societies, because the Elite still function based on race and religion, and yes, most of the names you mentioned are irrelevant.
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Sidney Clabbermad - Mon, 29 Nov 2021 02:08:40 EST gqzfmtJR No.56303 Reply
>>56300
>it's the type of leftist that can be turned around
Elaborate?
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Shitting Grimshit - Fri, 03 Dec 2021 03:45:12 EST z0PRgLuA No.56304 Reply
>>56299
I don't know about you guys but I was transplanted from the ghetto as a very young child to a very rich city. When I got there, I realized something almost immediately - nearly everyone fought with their words and not with their hands like how I was exposed to rather quickly in the ghetto. As a result, I had to change my entire modus operandi as a 9 year old and it took me a long time.

Eventually I moved out of my house, started living on my own, and some family members got sick so I moved back to the ghetto to take care of them because of reasons that don't need to be disclosed. After spending some years with these people who knew nothing but the ghetto, I got to know them more intimately than you typically know a family member who lives way out of the way. Spending nearly every day with them, their kids, and their kid's kids.

I discovered along the way that the average grade to learn algebra for them was sophomore year of high school - whereas in my hometown, we learned algebra as early as 8 years old. I consider myself rather bright and I wanted to lift their place in life, to offer them the chance to get out of the slow-track that they were stuck on because they, as individuals, didn't really want much out of life. They were okay with just "shuffling" along at the pace their environment set for them. Granted the same was true for me, the only difference was the speed and age at which these things were learned... at any rate, they didn't want it for themselves, not the kids, not the parents, not the grand parents, and while they were very dimly aware of the topics you're talking about now and while it was an issue for them, albeit small, they didn't want to better themselves - or so, they do, but they're not serious about it. Of course these same types existed in the city I eventually grew up in but my point is this...

We live in an age where information of all kinds is at our fingertips at disgusting speeds, we are taught to cite our sources, or that you should always look to a credible source for facts as opposed to just buying into whatever is shown to you that makes the most "sense" to you and yet some people just don't care enough because of whatever reason - whether that be the fuck it attitude or the lack of being taught to be this way and so on.

That said, there comes a point in every person's life where great change and understanding of things becomes impossible, or so I think. If they really want the change, if they really cared, they'd do something more about it. Geographical location plays heavily into this and part of the issue I discovered with my desire to change others is that, outside of them not being capable of being changed unless they want to, when/if you uproot their entire core system - you can't just leave them there to figure it out for themselves, and attempting to help them rewrite all that coding is a really hard task.

Now to be seemingly ignorant of my own irony - these talks, while I enjoy them, while I like to think they help others - I think it more productive to be doing something else with your time if you don't plan on teaching many people at once (repeatedly) as opposed to a few people here and there over the course of a year or so.

Being woke isn't all that the idea should imply in many people. The idea of being woke or enlightened or more self-realized is rather self-defeating and leads to conflict at times because of how most people interact in conversation with each other (people often take the idea of seeing a "woke" person as a pretentious cock knob) - while one thinks themselves right, another might think them wrong, and when we surround ourselves with people who agree with us - it doesn't necessarily mean that you're right, it could mean you've got a bunch of idiots who like the way you talk.

You can compartmentalize all you want, you can use peer review and public knowledge and go get a degree in whatever to tell yourself that because I have this, I speak with weight - on the other side of that coin, people without those things command a following of idiots who agree with them. Who is really right? Who is really wrong? The more you try to concentrate the essence of things, the more freak the essence becomes. Sort of like how certain animals cannot come into this world without human aid - certain ideological happenings can really... ruin a person. Force them to exist within certain confines and leave them out of other areas of life.

I know a lot of this isn't really "on topic" but to me it seems appropriate - I follow law of the land. What works in one place won't be guaranteed to work everywhere else. If you're clever, you'll find your way through life - in the mean time, I think letting the idiots remain idiotic is more beneficial - taxes and all that.

I was given a look behind the curtain, I occasionally try to show others some things, whether or not they choose to uncover more is on them, and my true friends are few and far between - we look out for each other, we realize we could of been the ones we consider stupid, and while its cold - there's something wrong with stealing from people, there is nothing wrong with getting over on them - sure it might have consequences but thats just the way things go. Good luck trying to change it. When society is ready for that change, it'll happen. Maybe not in your lifetime, but eventually.

Corona BS

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- Sat, 27 Nov 2021 21:40:30 EST kkcZ+dF2 No.56301
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LOL high thoughts monks mediate to cause landslide. After the 163th monk joint the maditation the landslide happened. They all madited to get insight whether the landslide could be stopped or determined by time to save their village.

In a parrllel valley they never expirenced a landslide nor did they expect one although they expirenced the same devestating rain storm. They also had 163 monks but their thoughts where about the next day..............................................................




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Is my dick in danger?

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- Wed, 27 Oct 2021 20:00:41 EST gDW0LF/6 No.56271
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So, I went to pee earlier today and apparently had a piece of toilet paper over the urethra from where I’d cleaned up after beating off earlier in the day. It immediately backed it up when I went to pee and hurt pretty bad. So I got it off, peed, and then some blood droplet’d up to the tip. It kind of lightly did this for a bit but seems to have to stopped beyond a very faint amount residual blood and some lingering soreness but nothing beyond mild discomfort.

Should I go to the doctor? Should it be fine if I just don’t beat off for a few days and pee “gently”? Most of the answers online are related to like, kidney stones and “UH OH WHY IS THERE BLOOD” while this is obviously a case of a strong stream getting backed up so hard it hurt my urethra.

CRISPR

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- Fri, 03 Sep 2021 14:20:31 EST bwudu0Xd No.56257
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This is a thread for CRISPR. Where does CRISPR start? Where does it end?
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Phyllis Billingcocke - Fri, 03 Sep 2021 14:41:38 EST sj2W8x5E No.56258 Reply
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CRISPR - clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats
What that actually means is that we have recently (2012, Doudna and Charpentier) found that certain bacteria use self-similar (palindromic, the same backward and forward) snippets of DNA and a gene called Cas9 to edit their own DNA in vivo (while still alive.) This is important, because gene editing eukaryotic somatic cells typically leads to cell death or cancer. Previous gene editing used plasmid transformation, a process by which we insert prepared very short circular DNA sequences into a cell using heat shock to disrupt the cellular membrane. This process is generally low success rate and only worked on certain organisms.
Instead, CRISPR-CAS9 gene editing methods allow for targeted cleavage of DNA is the cis-element which is acted upon by the trans-activating crRNA of the protein complex, which means you can supply a homologous sequence to the crRNA just like a restriction enzyme. The protein complex snips the DNA while holding it in place for something else to be inserted. The overall method takes several enzymes and reagents to accomplish what the bacteria do themselves, but techniques are improving.

That said, current work on higher eukaryotes, still needs further testing to be widely made available safely. At the present time, there are only (probably) a handful of CRISPR-edited humans. The first of these were produced three babies grown from IVF embryos illegally in 2018 in what is known as the He Jiankui affair, in which the scientist in question attempted to make the children resistant to HIV, smallpox, and cholera. Because of the ethics fallout from this, it is hard to say whether or not the babies were in fact edited (the sequence data would be nice.) The other in vivo editing of humans was a treatment of genetic blood disease: https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa2107454

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William Deshstock - Wed, 20 Oct 2021 07:33:34 EST FeLv+VbX No.56269 Reply
As you know CRISPR is a technology that can be used to edit genes and, as such, will likely change the world. The essence of CRISPR is simple: it's a way of finding a specific bit of DNA inside a cell. I study about it in medical college and after ojn courses https://www.exploremedicalcareers.com/ because I want to work as doctor in my town clinic.

Triggering fight or flight reliably

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- Tue, 28 Sep 2021 15:16:26 EST z0PRgLuA No.56267
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Since I'm not even a layman I'm not speaking as though this is fact so bear with me:

For the last thirteen years or so I've been playing video games and to increase my performance I've slowed down my breathing - less things to focus on means more focus dedicated to what I'm doing. What ended up happening or so I think was the brain thought the body was dying because it was getting to the point of seizures so the fear and anxiety triggered fight or flight response due to what I think to be acute hypoxia, the fear and anxiety increases the heart rate which forces blood to flow faster, at this point I begin to breathe normally again and enrich the blood with more oxygen, and I'll dig one of my feet into the other at an angle to cause pain - while in the fear and anxiety stage, this leads to choosing fight instead of flight, which activates the hind brain further, while dulling some of the senses with analgesic hormones, enhanced time dilation occurs, and yeah, I've noticed a remarked increase in performance.

Playing games like Mordhau and Chivalry is where it really started to show itself as beneficiary the most - reading things happening in 170ms windows became easier.

I was wondering if anyone here could shed some light on my "finding" and possibly elucidate my phenomenon further. I know its nothing special, but to me, an almost purely instinctual human this is something I use even while at work so I want to go as far as possible with this.

SNRI/SSRI withdrawal

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- Thu, 12 Aug 2021 21:03:22 EST irCWR9Gb No.56243
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Sorry about the FAQ, but the nuances/comparison I want to know is kind of ungoogleable.

I have generalized anxiety disorder. I have experience of opioid withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal and gabapentin withdrawal. I can deal with gabapentin breaks and withdrawal because it's very effective due to the psychosomatic nature of my anxiety, so my dosage is very low, but not benzodiazepine withdrawals - it has to be a very slow taper to have a break off of those.

Now, my doctor has been recommending SSRI/SNRI medications, namely some SNRIs with calming properties. Would it be worth it? Could SNRIs save my life or would I get myself in deeper shit?

>Stopping venlafaxine abruptly may result in one or more of the following withdrawal symptoms:
>irritability
no biggie
>nausea, feeling dizzy, vomiting
like projectile vomiting on opioid withdrawal?
>nightmares
who cares if I sleep, I'll take quetiapine nightmares any night over no sleep at all
>headache
what kind?
>and/or paresthesias
story of my life but that is why I have my gabapentin prescrption
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Caroline Sonningford - Thu, 12 Aug 2021 21:08:18 EST irCWR9Gb No.56244 Reply
Also, no, not having breaks is not an option for me. I want the option to live medicine-free, even if it's always for a short time.
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Sidney Pockwater - Fri, 17 Sep 2021 01:43:25 EST t0kzy7qU No.56262 Reply
>>56243
Dude, I think SSRI/SSNRI's are a complete mistake to prescribe to 90% of the people who are prescribed them. My ex was prescribed adderall, xanax, and she was being prescribed a bunch of different kinds of sleeping aids/anti-depressants. I tried a few different kinds of her anti-depressants(like, actually taking them daily for weeks at a time, not just popping one every now and then), and I stopped because the side effects just completely outweighed any benefits. I honestly don't even remember what anti-depressants I tried out, I think prozac was one, but I also remember taking her trazodone to help sleep, but didn't even realize it was also an SSRI until after I stopped taking them, then I read about trazodone a little more carefully and realized I was just going through WD's. I think I was taking like 50-100mg a night, and was only like a month or 2 deep, so when I stopped it wasn't THAT bad (but it was still bad enough for me to just decide and taper down).
It's kind of hard to compare the WD's from benzo's and opiates, because how much/how often you were using is a pretty big factor into how bad the WD's are, but don't be fooled; they can be pretty rough.

I've had to do cold quit from benzo/alcohol/opiates before; and though they were all memorably bad, I think the benzo's were the most responsible for the pulling my hair out crying for mommy hell I remember. But like I said how much you're using is a big factor, someone who uses 200mg/day oxy is probably going to be feeling a lot worse than someone who takes .5mg of alprazolam a few times a week.

I really think SSRI's are doing more damage than they're worth. But I know recently there's been a pretty big shift in the medical community to try and push different disso's as a treatment for depression; either as daily supplements, or occasional ketamine transfusions.

But to answer your question:
>If you're familiar with the benzo WD hell, SSRI's have a lot of similarity. Though benzo's probably are a lot worse to come off, don't fuck around with cold-quitting anti-depressants either. I think there's a lot of misinformation that's promoted by big pharma; either with blatant shilling that they promote from "official health journals", to simply astroturfing other communities by using fake accounts to encourage others that anti-depressants are a miracle. Not calling everyone who loves their anti-depressants a liar, but I do think some people are just not very attuned to their own body, so they just go on thinking "Hey, these are called anti-depressants. And a Dr. prescribed them to me, so therefor they are good, end of story." If your plan is to stay on anti-depressants until you die in hopes of you being able to live the rest of your life depressed-free, I think you're going to be sorely disappointed.

The correct method for putting in and taking out my TMJ night-guard?

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- Thu, 09 Sep 2021 05:05:34 EST xN9oWCvA No.56261
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I have a severe case of TMJ and recently had a personalized mouth-guard molded by my oral surgeon as part of treatment. The night-guard consists of two separate pieces; one fitted for the top, and one fitted for the bottom. Said guard is meant to combat clenching, quell the discomfort, and its attendant symptoms. I am meant to insert the night-guard a certain way as to not disturb my jaw with undo movement.

I did it as instructed prior to taking it home, yet was so discombobulated towards the end of the appt I have forgotten how to put them in/take them out properly. It's namely the bottom piece I don't have a handle on.

How do we stop Corona?

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- Thu, 14 May 2020 04:58:51 EST VBngnTO7 No.56067
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How do we stop Corona if noone listens to the lockdown-advices and people just don't understand the severity of this pandemic?

How can I protect myself and my family when I need to go to work,
despite so many idiots running around without a face-mask, don't care about distance or creating corona nests/herds in public?
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Hannah Sarrybodge - Sun, 06 Sep 2020 13:45:53 EST kApr3i1H No.56112 Reply
a lot more people are going to die than need to because no one will listen to experts

eventually experts will save the people who are left but it will take longer than it should have because some vulnerable people will refuse vaccines

we might have a vaccine that only works for non vulnerable people and that will require healthy people to take it and create herd immunity but they will be to stupid to do so and will not listen to experts

especially after some dangerous vaccines were rushed out because no one listened to experts saying they needed more testing
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Cornelius Blythebanks - Fri, 03 Sep 2021 20:22:42 EST +apD4w5A No.56259 Reply
>>56228
It turns out, the answer was to ignore anyone claiming to know what they're talking about. Tends to hold true in most situations. Humans are an idiot species.

Chest pain and Hypnic jerks

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- Sat, 10 Jul 2021 16:59:46 EST b8bz1pdD No.56233
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I’ve had daily stinging chest pain in the left side of my chest, just below and to the left of the nipple for a pretty long time now. When I was in high school I wore an EKG and they told me it was nothing heart related and merely muscular. Haven’t really been a big workout kinda guy but I have started lifting weights every now and then. Because of corona and generalized laziness I’ve also gotten up to 200 pounds and I’m basically 20 pounds overweight for my height. Fast forward to a few nights back and I’ve now developed hypnic jerks pretty regularly every night as I’m trying to fall asleep. I never get woken up by them after finally falling asleep, but it’s still insanely annoying and also distressing after reading a bit more into it and seeing that it could be sleep apnea which has the potential to kill you if left untreated. I’m going to make an effort to start doing cardio for 30+ minutes a day to lose some of the weight and I’m seeing my doctor in a few days but just wanted to know if anyone else has had a similar experience or know someone who has? Search engines are pretty unreliable when I try to dig up anything about this combo. Thanks guys
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Jarvis Gittingpick - Fri, 03 Sep 2021 14:17:29 EST bwudu0Xd No.56256 Reply
Give us an update, you jerk. Don't just waste server space. Tell us your 3-mile time.

What will FDA approved medical marijuana look like?

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- Fri, 20 Aug 2021 12:38:50 EST FbC4aAJA No.56249
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What will FDA approved medical marijuana look like? I feel like it's going to be lame and will just be caplets of THC at 5 mg a piece.

What is your opinion of it?
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Phoebe Bardfoot - Fri, 27 Aug 2021 20:30:56 EST uexhbNd8 No.56252 Reply
I have associate with card. I do not see as an issue. Lets get high as fk, I figured this one out, get very high, and figure it out for yourself .It is fun as fk.
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Phoebe Bardfoot - Sat, 28 Aug 2021 01:30:47 EST uexhbNd8 No.56253 Reply
>>56249
Dependin on what state in the US.

Lets try this, marijuana is a class 1 drug federal .gov wise. Say MJ is a class 1 drug.
Yet CBC oil is, or seems,this is spam to be be proven to be illegal, despite it's lack of THC.
But worthy to society.

So the food and drug admin, would seem to seem smaller if legalize on the .fed level..r.
I figured this one out a long time ago. In the immoral words, "just say no." No am jokin,
Pot is fine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6QkVTx2d88https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whSTyqI0fV4
Pot is fine,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xqjify__PW I hate people

Very simple question, no joke.

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- Tue, 06 Jul 2021 19:14:49 EST WrA2Bl4q No.56229
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What would happen if you drank the Pfizer vaccine? Or, the Johnson&Johnson vaccine.

One has to be kept at very cold temps is biological code, the other is broken virus chunks.

What would happen in either case?
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Angus Donningwet - Sat, 31 Jul 2021 02:41:08 EST cWawx5uU No.56241 Reply
mRNA vaccines: once the lipid envelope melts, naked DNA or RNA is pretty fragile, and has no way inside a cell, or really any way to even have a biological or chemical affect outside the environment of a cell. between saliva, body heat, and stomach acid it would be ripped to shreds. If you aspirated some of it into your nasal passages and took a pcr covid test swab *immediately* after, some of the fragments might be enough to register some sort of match&positive, but i doubt it.

The loose spike proteins in the J&J *might* make it a little further; but most likely would get attacked by primary immune responses, and first line defenses like mucus, inflammation, and leukocytes from your tonsils. (you immune system is kind of "beefed up" around most of your entry points.) It probably wouldn't make it far enough to provoke a secondary immune response that triggers b-cells and dendritic cells and all that to produce antibodies or a lasting immune memory.

The other other aggravants (not sure the right word) in the vaccine meant to stimulate/simulate a systemic immune response might give you a mildly upset tummy.

Sweet Scar

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- Sun, 03 Jan 2021 03:47:28 EST 8F9NbeRc No.56166
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I'm not sure if this is more of an art thing but here goes. Are there anypalstic surgeons that specialize in creating scars. Basically like a tattoo artist except they give you a wicked cool scar across your eye or over your lip to make you look tough.
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Thomas Gattinggold - Wed, 06 Jan 2021 06:28:24 EST jI+QS0ps No.56167 Reply
That's called "scarification" and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of tattoo and piercing parlors that will do it for you. You're going to be hard pressed to find a surgeon who will give you a cosmetic scar.
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Augustus Wangerfire - Fri, 12 Mar 2021 13:39:44 EST XvFYSY7A No.56196 Reply
Hit up your local tattoo shop, no realistic MD would perform this.

These dudes tend to be tweaks. (but professional) So tread lightly I guess. So phreak with your tatoo shop.
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Sidney Gisslestock - Mon, 26 Jul 2021 22:57:54 EST t0kzy7qU No.56240 Reply
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I was 8 years old when my father told me about his scars... Every scar leaves a story, and every story, leaves a scar.

But really though, if you have to go to a place to get a scar just to seem tough; I'm guessing it won't take people long to realize you're not tough.

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