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cashman 26-03-2012 20:25

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Originally Posted by kestrelx (Post 980189)
I hope you get hit by a bus mate! Your not a nice man!:cool:

Takes one to know one, or so they say.:D

Margaret Pilkington 26-03-2012 21:13

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Originally Posted by kestrelx (Post 980189)
I hope you get hit by a bus mate! Your not a nice man!:cool:

Why did you add a 'smiley' to this post?
It does nothing to take the offensiveness out of the sentiment you expressed.
And don't give me the 'he started it first' routine.

You do not have to take yourself down to another person's level.
All this shows, is a lack of maturity on your part.

You tell Less he is not a nice man....but then neither are you! (I won't add a smiley)

walkinman221 26-03-2012 21:27

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Originally Posted by kestrelx (Post 980189)
I hope you get hit by a bus mate! Your not a nice man!:cool:

You really must stop these personal attacks , less will get very upset by your over zealous remarks . It may lead to sleepless nights for him and the others whom you have attacked with so much venom and vitriol, its nasty desist at once before you cause any more upset:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Less 26-03-2012 22:04

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Originally Posted by walkinman221 (Post 980227)
It may lead to sleepless nights for him and the others whom you have attacked with so much venom and vitriol,

I wasn't upset by him, he finished his post with a smiley so no harm done surely?

walkinman221 26-03-2012 22:05

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Oh yeah forgot about the smilie.

Less 27-03-2012 00:44

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Originally Posted by walkinman221 (Post 980236)
Oh yeah forgot about the smilie.

So maybe now you will stop trying to Stir it?
You obviously have no talent for the job.

(Big smiley face placed here to show I don't think you're an arse).

jaysay 27-03-2012 09:01

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Originally Posted by Less (Post 980204)
Just shows how easy it is for your simple mind to jump to a conclusion, even when, like your head, that conclusion is full of no facts.

Would you like another go? Perhaps you could try for an attack on my sexual orientation or even perhaps bypass me and accuse one of my brothers of trying to blackmail, well, just plucking a name at random, Tesco.

If brains were dynamite you wouldn't have enough to blow your cap off.

:)

If you put his brains in a kestrel it would fly backwards Less

accyman 27-03-2012 16:16

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Originally Posted by Margaret Pilkington (Post 977880)
Morphine is prescribed for cancer sufferers so it is not illegal for them to use it.


hang on morphine is a legal drug if prescribed but just like many other drugs that are prescription only and its not just cancer its given out for.I know someone who uses morphine patches daily infact i know two people that use it daily in patch form and in liquid form when needed but it is on prescription only but neither are cancer sufferers.I dont know why anyone would want the god awfull stuff as a recreational drug all it does is cause nausia and vomiting but if thats someones idea of a good time then fair play lol

as of yet canabis isnt prescribed in teh uk as i know of so it is an illigal drug so does belong in the poll along side heroin etc.There is a canabis substitute but they certainly dont prescribe canabis in its natural form for people to roll up and smoke or eat in cake.

Canada are considering legalising canabis at the moment which will probably happen as they have just legalised brothels

Margaret Pilkington 27-03-2012 17:03

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Originally Posted by accyman (Post 980345)
hang on morphine is a legal drug if prescribed but just like many other drugs that are prescription only and its not just cancer its given out for.I know someone who uses morphine patches daily infact i know two people that use it daily in patch form and in liquid form when needed but it is on prescription only but neither are cancer sufferers.I dont know why anyone would want the god awfull stuff as a recreational drug all it does is cause nausia and vomiting but if thats someones idea of a good time then fair play lol

as of yet canabis isnt prescribed in teh uk as i know of so it is an illigal drug so does belong in the poll along side heroin etc.There is a canabis substitute but they certainly dont prescribe canabis in its natural form for people to roll up and smoke or eat in cake.

Canada are considering legalising canabis at the moment which will probably happen as they have just legalised brothels


The reason I mentioned that it is used for cancer was that another poster had said that it was illegal for cancer sufferers to use it......I know it is used for many other things too. I can't see many people wanting to use it as a recreational drug as it does not give a 'high'....quite the reverse....it can cause nause and sickness and also constipation.

As for Cannabis........it is prescribed in the UK(not the natural leaf as its quality and purity would be hard to guarantee, but the pharma product)......as a spray or in tablet form (under the name of Sativex).......it is used by MS sufferers, but can also be given for nueropathic pain and the pain caused by some cancers......it is marketed by Bayer Schering.

I remember trials of the medicine being conducted more than ten years ago.

walkinman221 27-03-2012 18:57

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Originally Posted by Less (Post 980249)
So maybe now you will stop trying to Stir it?
You obviously have no talent for the job.

(Big smiley face placed here to show I don't think you're an arse).

Thanks less i love you too:love::s_aim1:

accyman 27-03-2012 18:57

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like i said a canabis substitute or a tablet derived from canabis is prescribed but lets be honest hear the majority of people wanting it legalised arnt after it for medicinal use or in medicinal form the stoners want the real deal legalised.

if they legalised propper leaf canabis under prescription just like in areas of america where it is medicialy licenced there would be a mile long que at every doctors surgery consisting mainly of stoners faking whatever injury or ailment it was allowed to be prescribed for lol

im on the fence with legalising canabis.Iv tried it a few times in resin and leaf form and didnt feel an urge to go shoot up with cocain .The last time i tried it was in Amsterdam and one thing i noticed was that although not legal there cocain was easily got infact offered quite openly to tourists in the street so their must be a market for it amongst the weed smokers or they wouldnt be there selling it:confused:

when i was on a morphine drip i asked for it to be removed because the pain and dicsomfort caused by the effects of the morphine made the pain from surgery a better option which is why i cant understand anyone wanting to seek morphine out as a recreational drug lol

That valium they gave me before the operation its self to calm me down while i waited to be put under was pretty damn good though but i aintgoing through the surgery again just so i can get a fix of it lol

accyman 27-03-2012 19:36

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by the way im not condoning the use of canabis as recreational but how are the public supposed to make an informed decision when government keeps changing its mind about it.One week its ok to carry enough on you for personal use the next week they are re-classifying it.The experts cant seem to make their mind up as to long term effects but my thoughts are that any drug taken in large amounts will cause you problems in the long run.Some people light a spliff at weekend and some sit in all day every day getting stoned out off their faces which i guess is what happens with alchol users as in some moderate and some abuse

susie123 27-03-2012 21:09

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Originally Posted by Margaret Pilkington (Post 980359)
The reason I mentioned that it is used for cancer was that another poster had said that it was illegal for cancer sufferers to use it......I know it is used for many other things too. I can't see many people wanting to use it as a recreational drug as it does not give a 'high'....quite the reverse....it can cause nause and sickness and also constipation.

As for Cannabis........it is prescribed in the UK(not the natural leaf as its quality and purity would be hard to guarantee, but the pharma product)......as a spray or in tablet form (under the name of Sativex).......it is used by MS sufferers, but can also be given for nueropathic pain and the pain caused by some cancers......it is marketed by Bayer Schering.

I remember trials of the medicine being conducted more than ten years ago.

I've had shares in the company that developed it for all of those ten years or more...

GWPharma - Welcome

Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think you can get Sativex as tablets, just the oral spray.

Margaret Pilkington 28-03-2012 07:17

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When it was first trialled it was tablets, but yes, you are right, Sativex is in spray form now....there is another cannabinoid which is in tablet form, but I am having a grey moment and can't bring its name to mind.
My sister in law has MS and she has been prescribed a cannabinoid in one form or another for quite a long time.

kestrelx 31-03-2012 20:08

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Originally Posted by Margaret Pilkington (Post 980462)
When it was first trialled it was tablets, but yes, you are right, Sativex is in spray form now....there is another cannabinoid which is in tablet form, but I am having a grey moment and can't bring its name to mind.
My sister in law has MS and she has been prescribed a cannabinoid in one form or another for quite a long time.


A lot of people are totally against drug legalisation because they have been conditioned by the Newspapers and Media who are adamantly against these drugs and will print misinformation to perpetuate these issues. They refuse to accept the facts that alcohol kills 8,000 people per year! But I've said this before and people don't listen as they've been brainwashed!


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