Pain why we have it and how we kill it.

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+3 1. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Fentanyl...the silver bullet against pain! Super interesting video!
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+4 2. Burimi commented 4 years ago

JJ what's wrong with you lately?
First video about death now about pain!!!!
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+3 3. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#2 Yeah, Burimi is right...do we have to worry...what's next? :'(
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+4 4. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

This makes me wonder why the hell I get a migraine when the atmospheric pressure drops...IE a low pressure weather system, over the past day or so we've had up to three low pressure areas to the west, held at bay by a high pressure system to the east, result...three days of wishing somebody would be 'kind enough' to shoot me through the head with a 6 inch artillery shell...( just to be certain of the job ). Then...this morning...I wake up...with no ( or rather minimal ) pain. Interesting video...I just wish I could put the knowledge to practical use.
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+1 5. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#4 cameramaster, if your migraines are caused by low pressure systems, which are mainly occurring in the midlatitudes, moving to the poles may help.....but you shouldn't be there alone.....I'll go with you (provided we still have snotr there)..I like snow. <3
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+3 6. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

#5. OK!...but no Kilt in the arctic...no no no no no! Oh...and we'll be camping...I'll grab my tent!
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+2 7. thefox commented 4 years ago

My favourite painkiller. Tramadol. :)
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#6 You can bring the kilt, just in case the ice caps melt in the future....tent in the arctic?...brrrr...
#7 Yes, it's pretty popular over here too and apparently very effective.
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0 9. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#2 Well at least I'm working backwards, otherwise it would be reincarnation next or as it's known scientifically 'permanent nothing'.
#2 Nothing to worry about. Although I didn't get much reaction to my funeral club idea?? I don't think many people read the note I typed under the video on the 'what to do with a body after death video' :)
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0 10. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#9 I read it and also commented O:):*
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+1 11. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

I'm not allowed to take any of that by Thundersnow, so I have to keep embracing the pain. No shrink either :(
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0 12. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#11 That's right, no antianxiety meds needed when you're surrounded by beauty, whatever it may be, no shrink needed because they charge too much and are often no good (I herewith apologize if there are any shrinks within our snotr community, and as always there are exceptions)....but if you're truly in pain, you can still go ahead and pop a Tramadol....:)<3