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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Dope

    Instead of being a gift that separates us from the animals, free will has become my gaoler. Junkies are the ultimate outsider, not only are we outside of society: we are outside of nature. I spit, turn, and wander towards the beach. Heroin gave me wings but took away the sky.heroin.jpg

    i'M sooooo dope sick right now

  2. #2
    Never done heroin but nothing beats the love for nature while im on the blues.

    I'm off em now man but always do what makes you feel good and what draws you into your happy place, as long as it doesn't ruin your life, no matter what anyone says. Opium is as natural as Cannabis. Put on this earth to make you happy.

  3. #3
    All God 's blessings including good waves to you.

  4. #4
    Jalama, Jalama, Jalama. and if you can stay for over 24 hours. you know thats good. Just don't walk to far...tides .

  5. #5
    You can get the sky back.

  6. #6
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    good luck man. paddle out. just once. and then every day. forever.

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    Find whats right in your life, might take you a bit, but everything can work itself out given the proper circumstances. Just had a buddy pass due to overdose but I know he was a way better person than that. Keep yourself happy and hungry. Cheers my friend

  8. #8
    my friend just died from heroin. Have a great day

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    My best friend died when we were 27 from heroin. I miss him every day. He was one of the few people who understood me. He had a knack for reminding me of great stories about our lives that I would have otherwise forgotten. He's gone forever now, along with a big chunk of my life. There is absolutely no joy, freedom, or any other bullsh*t justification you might have for abusing opiates in that kind of loss. His family and friends are severely scared for life by his tragic departure. This tragedy repeats daily, we all know it, yet users continue attempting to justify their slow and sometimes not so slow suicide to their own families and friends. Guess what users, youíre high, youíre addicted, and youíre not even close to a right state of mind to justify anything at all!!! Your brain chemistry is completely out of balance. That's what makes me sick. Do you think your family and friends are the devil and don't care and want bad things to happen to you? = NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's the exact opposite; they want good things to happen to you!!!!!!! They love you. Do you users have any idea how hard it was to look at my best friend lying in a casket at 27 years old? It's been almost 10 years and I'm still not even close to being over it. How do you think his Mother and Father feel? Or his Brother? Or his three Sisters? The world has so much more to offer then being addicted to that garbage. Opiates will gladly take over your life to the point where they're all that exists. Eventually you'll die young and forfeit the worlds REAL great gifts. Opiates simply create an ILLUSION while simultaneously robbing your life right out from under you. Thatís a gnarly bait and switch. Users need to help themselves and allow their families and friends to help them, help themselves back to the good life. It comes down to the user, how willing and strong they are to pull themselves out of their hole. Good luck, donít be a p*ssy

    Josh, he was a legend the day I met him. R.I.P. I love you buddy.
    Last edited by Doug; Feb 24, 2013 at 12:23 PM. Reason: I said P*SSY not *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    My best friend died when we were 27 from heroin. I miss him every day. He was one of the few people who understood me. He had a knack for reminding me of great stories about our lives that I would have otherwise forgotten. He's gone forever now, along with a big chunk of my life. There is absolutely no joy, freedom, or any other bullsh*t justification you might have for abusing opiates in that kind of loss. His family and friends are severely scared for life by his tragic departure. This tragedy repeats daily, we all know it, yet users continue attempting to justify their slow and sometimes not so slow suicide to their own families and friends. Guess what users, youíre high, youíre addicted, and youíre not even close to a right state of mind to justify anything at all!!! Your brain chemistry is completely out of balance. That's what makes me sick. Do you think your family and friends are the devil and don't care and want bad things to happen to you? = NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's the exact opposite; they want good things to happen to you!!!!!!! They love you. Do you users have any idea how hard it was to look at my best friend lying in a casket at 27 years old? It's been almost 10 years and I'm still not even close to being over it. How do you think his Mother and Father feel? Or his Brother? Or his three Sisters? The world has so much more to offer then being addicted to that garbage. Opiates will gladly take over your life to the point where they're all that exists. Eventually you'll die young and forfeit the worlds REAL great gifts. Opiates simply create an ILLUSION while simultaneously robbing your life right out from under you. Thatís a gnarly bait and switch. Users need to help themselves and allow their families and friends to help them, help themselves back to the good life. It comes down to the user, how willing and strong they are to pull themselves out of their hole. Good luck, donít be a p*ssy

    Josh, he was a legend the day I met him. R.I.P. I love you buddy.
    I feel you brother. Only so much can be said on the subject.

    RIP Keith. Gone at 23, memory will always be a part of my family </3