Cannabis ship catches fire
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Posted by LSUandAU on 9/16 at 1:39 am to Jim Rockford
Lots of flybys


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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 1:39 am to BOSCEAUX
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something involving fabrics and large trails?


LOL! Exactly!



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 1:41 am to Carolina_Girl
What is the drug Wyatt's wife was addicted to in Tombstone? I always thought it was opium or some sort of opiate but I can't recall what they called it. It came across like she was addicted to purple drank.

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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 1:45 am to BOSCEAUX
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What is the drug Wyatt's wife was addicted to in Tombstone? I always thought it was opium or some sort of opiate but I can't recall what they called it. It came across like she was addicted to purple drank.


I can't remember either. I'll remember at the most inopportune time because I'll obsess until I remember wtf it was.



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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 1:46 am to BOSCEAUX
Laudanum! That's what it was!

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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 1:49 am to Carolina_Girl
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Laudanum!


that's it.. to the google to find out what it is.



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 1:51 am to BOSCEAUX
Laudanum /'l??d?n?m/ is a tincture of opium containing approximately 10% powdered opium by weight (the equivalent of 1% morphine).[1]

It is reddish-brown in color and tastes extremely bitter. Laudanum contains almost all of the opium alkaloids, including morphine and codeine. A potent narcotic by virtue of its high morphine concentration, laudanum was historically used to treat a variety of ailments, but its principal use was as an analgesic and cough suppressant. Until the early 20th century, laudanum was sold without a prescription and was a constituent of many patent medicines. Today, laudanum is recognized as addictive and is strictly regulated and controlled throughout most of the world.




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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 1:52 am to BOSCEAUX
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that's it.. to the google to find out what it is.


It's a mix of several different opiates including morphine. I've never seen it used and I've been an ER/Trauma nurse for awhile. We used to use ALOT of Demerol but we pretty much only use morphine and dilaudid IV/IM now.



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 1:56 am to Carolina_Girl
It's SUPER PURPLE DRANK..... I guess they mixed it with some sort of sweet liquor or something since it was so bitter.


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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 1:58 am to BOSCEAUX
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It's SUPER PURPLE DRANK..... I guess they mixed it with some sort of sweet liquor or something since it was so bitter


Had to..ain't an addict in the world that would have a hard on that big for a high that they'd be able to stomach that bitterness without it.



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 2:00 am to Carolina_Girl
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would have a hard on that big for a high


I've noticed in multiple threads your language has been salty tonight. Somebody piss you off in real life?



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Posted by Jim Rockford on 9/16 at 2:00 am to BOSCEAUX
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Until the early 20th century, laudanum was sold without a prescription and was a constituent of many patent medicines. Today, laudanum is recognized as addictive and is strictly regulated and controlled throughout most of the world.


If there had been a 19th century OT, there would have been nightly laudanum threads.



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 2:02 am to Jim Rockford
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If there had been a 19th century OT, there would have been nightly laudanum threads.


It would have been unreadable, many unfinished sentences, and several posters electricuted after drooling on their keyboard.



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Posted by HeavyCore on 9/16 at 2:04 am to Jim Rockford
TM7 just let out a silent cry


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Posted by Carolina_Girl on 9/16 at 2:04 am to BOSCEAUX
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I've noticed in multiple threads your language has been salty tonight. Somebody piss you off in real life?


Nahh..I'm working and back in school to collect another degree and had to finish a 12 page research paper on...wait for it...addiction.



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Posted by BOSCEAUX on 9/16 at 2:10 am to Carolina_Girl
Nice


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Posted by Pepe Lepew on 9/16 at 4:26 am to Jim Rockford
the "Dude" abides .....


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Posted by TH03 on 9/16 at 9:45 am to BOSCEAUX
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TH03 just puked then cried uncontrollably.


I have no words. frick today


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30 tons of cannabis, caught fire




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Posted by Meauxjeaux on 9/16 at 9:52 am to Jim Rockford
So they were too stoned to set fire to the correct part of the ship??

Kind of proves the point of the anti-drug crowd.




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Posted by meauxjeaux2 on 9/16 at 9:55 am to Jet12






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