prescription drugs

A long time coming though it was, today we updated our “About”, adding a third poem, which we had written way back at the end of 2010.  We’d have put the poem up sooner, but then again, we almost didn’t put it up at all.  After it was written, two very close friends of ours came to their untimely deaths, making us question very much whether we wanted to keep putting our “name” to frivolous work.  Alas, we do.  We posted nothing for quite a long stretch last year, but life goes forward.  This is where one puts stuff like that (WordPress, LOL), and our boys, peaceful may they rest, would not want us censoring on account of their absolute tragedies.  Or, if they would, which we doubt, they’d appreciate that we have never taken a word of advice about these matters from the likes of them, dead, living, or imagined.  Enjoy the poems on our “About” page, and, the new one especially, as in bringing it to you we have learned that our spirit for the cause, despite all, remains undiminished.  But don’t, under any circumstances, abuse prescription medication, and if you need to go to the hospital for any reason, don’t be a fool.  Go.



Dapper 200 hundred year old Larry King, with estranged wife Shawn Southwick (above).

Shawn Southwick’s May 28th overdose, which was suppressed from the media from May 28th to June 8th, is now being called a suicide attempt.

Police found multiple empty pill bottles on her bed, in her purse and in her bathroom, according to the report. The containers had held Compro, Prometrium, Clonaxepam, Ambien, Klonopin, Subutex, Cymbalta and Lyrica.

Some of the bottles had a “prescription of 30, others of 60, all of which were empty and which had been filled within 10 days,” read the report.

Police also found what they believed to be a suicide note left by Shawn.

“At this time, it is unknown whose writing this letter was in, however wording on the letter led me to believe that [King] had intentionally taken the quantity of pills,” read the report.

The report also states that the note indicated that she “was leaving, or that she might hurt herself” and that she wanted to be buried in Utah.

Subutex is a powerful opioid used to treat opiate dependency.

Klonopin is a powerful anti anxiety medicine, Ambien a powerful sleep drug, Cymblta is used to treat severe depression, and Lyrica is an anti-epileptic drug. 

Apparently Southwick is a lot sicker than first projected.

Be Careful,

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