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Posted by: Charon - 05-15-2018, 09:23 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (1)

Welcome aboard. these are the rules which we do enforce: http://ioplist.org/showthread.php?tid=1

This is the rest of your thread. But, we start with rule one and do a welcome thread before we ask others to share their hard learned info.

k? http://ioplist.org/showthread.php?tid=44...#pid103272

Five posts a day. Reach ur first fifty and u can PM.

Looking forward to your next post in a year or two. kidding. i kid.

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  well NY is not world news
Posted by: Charon - 05-15-2018, 09:08 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (7)

we are starting to have heavy winds. power outages. rain galore. I was without power for about two weeks in this area a few years ago. NY does not fool around.

be very careful travelling. Trees are dropping like flies.

Anyone in NY or driving through NY, I pray travelling mercies over you now.

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  Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome
Posted by: Double Deuces - 05-15-2018, 05:54 PM - Forum: Medical Marijuana - Replies (18)

AKA: scromiting- screaming and vomiting is what hospitals are supposedly nicknaming it. It’s said to be associated with long term term chronic marijuana use (3-5g/day). At first I thought it was bs but then I found articles from The NY Times and news outlets that make me wonder if this is a real thing. I personally have been a heavy consumer of marijuana for over a decade and have never had any of the symptoms associated with this disorder. 

Just wondering if anyone’s has any experience with this as I am skeptical but also curious. Here is an informative article on it from leafly (a fairy pro marijuana source). If you read the comments it seems like many people have experience with it. I’d love to hear everyone’s thoughts!


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  Margot Kidder, 'Superman' actress, dead at 69
Posted by: IceWizard - 05-15-2018, 10:19 AM - Forum: World News - Replies (3)

By Lisa Respers France, CNN

Updated 8:38 PM ET, Mon May 14, 2018

[Image: margot-kidder-christopher-reeve-e1526318056949.jpg]

(CNN) - Margot Kidder, who found fame as Lois Lane in the 1978 film "Superman," died Sunday at her home in Montana, her manager confirmed to CNN.

She was 69 years old.

According to her manager, the actress died peacefully in her sleep.

Kidder starred opposite Christopher Reeve's Clark Kent and his alter ego Superman in the original film as well as the three sequels: "Superman II" in 1980, "Superman III" in 1983 and "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace" in 1987.

Reeve died in 2004 of complications from an infection, nine years after becoming a quadriplegic following a horse riding accident.

In 2016, Kidder told entertainment website Hey U Guys that her chemistry with Reeve was authentic "because we came from similar backgrounds and he looked like one of my brothers."

"So the energy we had was one of brother and sister, which was often bickering, that took the place of romantic energy," she said. "No one noticed the difference one from the other -- it worked. We didn't have to create a different reality."

Born in the Northwest Territories of Canada, she made her professional acting debut on the TV series "Wojeck" in 1969 and had her first film role in the 1968 Canadian movie "The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar."

Hollywood soon beckoned and a move to Los Angeles led to roles on TV shows including "McQueen," "Mod Squad" and "Nichols."

But playing scrappy reporter and Superman's love interest Lois Lane was her breakout role.

Kidder told Hey U Guys she thought the film would be a flop.

"Nothing prepares anyone for that sudden thing of being world famous, it was such a shock," she said. "It wasn't something I really liked or something I was very good at. I didn't realize how good the movie was until I seen it at the premier in Washington."

She also starred in "The Amityville Horror" in 1979 and worked steadily in television and on stage.

After three marriages and thousands of dollars in medical bills, Kidder found herself homeless in 1996 as she struggled with bipolar disorder.

Her story grabbed the hearts of fans and Hollywood with many reaching out to help Kidder, who eventually got back on her feet and went on to become a mental health advocate.

Tributes to the actress poured in on social media Monday.

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Posted by: Pineapplepen - 05-14-2018, 04:19 PM - Forum: Who's Got It - Replies (4)

Hubby prescribed this but of course not a covered item. Where can I find it or a generic?
If I pay pharmacy prices here almost 800$

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  Hello again, and again, and....
Posted by: Ivortheenginedriver - 05-14-2018, 12:40 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (3)

Hello friends!
 Its been quite a while and I just wanted to say hi to all of my friends new and old and to all of the new users, and most importantly to all of the people that I have created a pseudo bond with over the years on this site. I miss you all and you are always in the back of my mind. I have some anxiety/depression/paranoia issues so please do not take it personally that I do not contribute more. I am working on it.  To give you an example it took me a year or more to get fifty posts, and even more time to get the magic number. I hope you are all doing great, I will try to catch up on everyone's lives soon. But until then, my Name is Ivor, I'm an engine driver. Please don't get me confused with that coked out maniac Casey Jones. Jokes! Well that's all. I assume The Lady is still keeping us all in line, she knows who she is and she knows she's the best, along with, well you know who you all are. And like I said I will try to not disappear so often. My apologies.

Love and Armageddon,

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  DHC or MS
Posted by: zebra1922 - 05-13-2018, 11:51 PM - Forum: Who's Got It - Replies (3)


Well as the title I'm looking for a vendor for MS ideally, or DHC if MS not available.  Rare beasts in my experience, quite a few benz@ sites but not so much on the pain relief.  Any suggestions?



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  Hi! (Cant believe i remembered my password)
Posted by: mattie8690 - 05-13-2018, 07:27 AM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (11)


Figured I would go and follow the rules since I have been recommended this site several times.

I'm mattie,  first signed up in Oct 2017, but until now I wasnt in need of iops services. Now I do, so here I am.

Hope everyone is well.

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Posted by: Orange rabbit - 05-13-2018, 02:47 AM - Forum: Who's Got It - Replies (1)

What are the options both over the counter and prescription that one can use for seasickness?  Going to be in the rough seas in a few months and I will need something.  I know that dramamine makes a person sleepy even the non drowsy one.  Any suggestions appreciated.


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  Mothers day
Posted by: Charon - 05-11-2018, 07:45 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (7)

Sunday, May 13
Mother's Day 2018 in United States

Treat her well if she is still with you.  But, know u will see her again, when it is time.

Heart  Heart  Heart  Heart  Heart  Heart  Heart

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