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Bufferin is better than Pain killers
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09-08-2018 09:24 AM

 



Post: #1
Bufferin is better than Pain killers
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Gather round children...

Pain killers, as the controlled substance bottles behind the counter. Now I'm a liquor and weed kind of guy who sometimes takes a few sniff's of coke from time to time for that rush. But I have tried pain pills only because I had a bad injury years back. Before then I never tried the stuff. I saw growing up that stuff and how many people were chain to that stuff.

But taking those "meds" for pain relief I honestly didn't feel nothing, to me bufferin did a lot more to ease my pain than that stuff. I mean it felt some what like weed but it wasn't. Wasn't worth the price I paid type of thing.

Asked my Aunt from a different marriage years back who is a pill head why don't she just smoke weed and she said it's more controlled. Never knew what that meant and she never answered.

Mind controlled?

Hope medical marijuana comes to where she lives. Maybe she will switch stuff cause this stuff is exactly the same thing but so much better. And you don't get addicted off this stuff.

Pill poppers don't realize how mean and cold they can be toward other people, specially their family and that's because of those pain drug.

Note please delete other thread
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09-08-2018 09:36 AM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
Agreed. pc and phone buffering gives you pain

doomed

Had to look it up. Is only buffered sodding aspirin.

Typical.

Aspirin can make your insides bleed tho, can't it?

Try a tiny pinch of "borax" in water for pain.

Good luck with bufferin. If bufferin does work then great. Sure folks will thank you for the tip.
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09-08-2018 09:38 AM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
lol
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09-08-2018 09:50 AM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
BTW 5 guest stars! Cheer Cheer

I remember my first beer and remote view exercise.. lol

Almost got it right. Cheers
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09-08-2018 11:55 AM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 09:50 AM)
BTW 5 guest stars! Cheer Cheer

I remember my first beer and remote view exercise.. lol

Almost got it right. Cheers

I have seen the effect it has on pill addicts. It's no joke it can really ruin families lives. A lot of these killers I read about in the news are on that pill sh*t. Specially women killers. It changes a persons personality after using it for a while and not for the good.
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Uppity Me
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09-08-2018 12:10 PM

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Post: #6
RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
Opium is nasty addictive stuff and that's why it's on the market as a miracle cure all

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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09-08-2018 01:02 PM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 09:24 AM)
Gather round children...

Pain killers, as the controlled substance bottles behind the counter. Now I'm a liquor and weed kind of guy who sometimes takes a few sniff's of coke from time to time for that rush. But I have tried pain pills only because I had a bad injury years back. Before then I never tried the stuff. I saw growing up that stuff and how many people were chain to that stuff.

But taking those "meds" for pain relief I honestly didn't feel nothing, to me bufferin did a lot more to ease my pain than that stuff. I mean it felt some what like weed but it wasn't. Wasn't worth the price I paid type of thing.

Asked my Aunt from a different marriage years back who is a pill head why don't she just smoke weed and she said it's more controlled. Never knew what that meant and she never answered.

Mind controlled?

Hope medical marijuana comes to where she lives. Maybe she will switch stuff cause this stuff is exactly the same thing but so much better. And you don't get addicted off this stuff.

Pill poppers don't realize how mean and cold they can be toward other people, specially their family and that's because of those pain drug.

Note please delete other thread


Not to mention becoming a danger to themselves by taking the chance of meeting people more crazy and stronger than themselves (not just physically, but people who can control their future, like bosses)
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09-08-2018 01:40 PM

 



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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
hopefully the government picks up speed on the cyanide project
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Loosey Fur
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09-08-2018 02:19 PM

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RE: Bufferin is better than Pain killers
Addiction is mental not physical.

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