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  1. I thought castle black was still whole and fine where John was at the end. It was eastwatch that got decimated by the dragon.
  2. We lived in Hilo for 6 months and those damn mallard ducks rape everything that resembles a bird. We encountered so many strange looking hybrids
  3. Emergency contraception is a very high dose hormone replacement. Definitely can affect "mood" a bit too.
  4. Kinda funny about the awkwardness now parents have to go through that named their kids after danaerys https://www.theringer.com/game-of-thrones/2019/5/14/18622974/game-of-thrones-parents-who-named-kids-daenerys-khaleesi
  5. I feel the show is showing that the dragons have much better reaction time when being directed by the rider. Danaerys has consistently showed she can maneuver Drogon out of harms way. Where as the un-manned dragons got hit fairly easily.
  6. Well it looks like Denver's attempted bill to allow public camping was defeated. https://www.denverpost.com/2019/05/07/camping-ban-denver-homeless-initiative-300/
  7. My gf is an ED nurse but was off today. Does your cousin work in Littleton area?
  8. Just saw the documentary (neighbor recommended it) and I agree it is some sad, scary, and even fascinating stuff. The reason we're interested is we live downtown and Denver is looking at passing a law that would allow homeless to reside in all public places (downtown 16th mall, parks, etc) similar to Seattle, so many are encouraging watching this documentary. I definitely believe homelessness, mental illness, and drug abuse is a huge problem that needs to be addressed, but this law (initiative 300) is not the answer and I am definitely against passing this law here.
  9. How does this happen? It was at a smaller scale, but I gave formulary presentations in school and helped convince UNM and Presbyterian hospital to use more effective, safer, and/or less expensive medications. I would think a federal program would have access to better experts than students with more experience and better ideas. Unless everything really is that corrupt...
  10. When it's all said and done, the usual suspects (opiates and methamphetamine) are only different in how/where they are manufactured. Pharmaceutical company vs street chemist. The former is pretty consistent obviously and the other varies greatly in terms of concentration and actual chemical (sold as oxycodone on street when actually fentanyl).
  11. Heroin is just a more lipophilic chemical that crosses the blood-brain barrier quicker and then is metabolized into morphine where it has its observed opiate effects.
  12. I went into it thinking it would be a cheesy nostalgic way to kill time. I was blown away by how good it was! I tell everyone I know they need to get the free you tube red trial and watch it! Absolutely loved it.
  13. Many of them do not know the risk. They trust their doctor and pharmacist to educate them on the risk. And when that fails, the pts expect results that arent achievable. Many types of pain aren't even treated well with opiates. Pain management is such a challenge to treat properly but it has to be known that it's almost impossible to be 100% pain free. Also I don't understand your Norco example, there are many drugs that don't contain Tylenol if the patient is at risk for liver toxicity.
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