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  'Sad' Squatter Lived in Church Attic for Three Years
Posted by: IceWizard - 10-19-2015, 11:10 AM - Forum: World News - Replies (5)

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William Barker lived undetected in the attic of a
church for three years, according to Arlington
County Police. Arlington County Police Department

William Barker, 42, would attend Mass at a
church in Arlington, Virginia, and after people
left would climb a ladder into the attic, police

Police only discovered Barker's living area when an air-conditioning repairman heard something in the attic.

"It was quite sad," the church's pastor said. "I
was there the whole time when the police were called in, and when he came down, I was waiting to see his face, and there was a deep sadness that I felt there."

Police arrested Barker Tuesday and charged
him with trespassing. It wasn't immediately
known if Barker had an attorney.

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  Any info on two sources?
Posted by: Acmilan171 - 10-19-2015, 06:45 AM - Forum: Suggest IOP's - Replies (5)

Does anyone know anything about xxx.com or woerner.xxxx@xxx.com?

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  Holiday Season
Posted by: Harley - 10-18-2015, 09:47 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (11)

Just want to post a reminder to all that the Holidays are fast approaching.

With this we all know that ordering and shipping times become extended due to the influx of mail.

Some vendors (maybe some can add them here) I have read are closing for a few weeks over the Holidays.

So, please get those orders in as soon as one can. Who knows what delivery time will be and by past years we know that all these excited wonders of opening those mailboxes at 8 - 12 days, etc., have one spoiled and those expectations may cause some stress when not met. Especially if you need anxiety meds.

So, get out your Santa Hats, Dreidel's, etc., and buy now to avoid the Holiday rush.

Happy Shopping!

Big Grin

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Shocked To Thwart Stoners, Idaho Replaces Mile Marker 420 With 419.9
Posted by: IceWizard - 10-18-2015, 04:28 PM - Forum: World News - No Replies

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If you're looking for milepost 420, you won't find it in Idaho.

Idaho transportation officials say the mile
marker has been replaced with 419.9 signs to
curb thieves eager to own a number associatedhwith marijuana enthusiasts.

Turns out, Idaho isn't alone in this problem.
States like Washington and Colorado have also replaced 420 signs with 419.9 after consistently having to replace them after thefts by supposed sticky-fingered stoners.

Adam Rush of the Idaho Transportation
Department says officials have replaced the old sign along U.S. Highway 95 with "MILE 419.9," just south of Coeur d'Alene.

Rush added that this is the only 420 sign the
department has replaced in Idaho, a state
known for its strict anti-marijuana laws despite
being nearly surrounded by states with relaxed
pot regulations.

Most highways in the country don't cover more
than 400 miles. For example, Oregon has been
spared the spike in sign thefts due to having no highways long enough to reach past a 400
milepost, even though it recently legalized

"Having a sign removed from a highway is pretty rare," Rush said. "In Idaho, people will shoot at them or write on them before stealing them completely. We spend more time mending signs than replacing them."

Rush said that the department didn't want to
leave the milepost empty because the signs can be valuable for drivers tracking their journey.

The number "420" has long been associated
with marijuana, though its origins as a shorthand for pot are murky.

Washington has two highways long enough to
have 420 mileposts that have both been
plagued by thieves snatching the sign over the
years, said Barbara LaBoe, spokeswoman for
the Washington State Department of

That all stopped three years ago — the same time voters legalized pot — when officials replaced one of the signs with 419.9 along Highway 20 near the Idaho border

.The other sign on U.S. Highway 12 remains
missing, with no immediate plans to be replaced, LaBoe said.

Sometimes a 420 milepost doesn't need to be
stolen to make the news. In Montana, the state's largest pot busts occurred while pulling over a driver at milepost 420 along Interstate 90. Law enforcement officials found 115 pounds of marijuana hidden in the car.

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Big Grin Ohio Man Gets High, Calls Cops on Himself!!
Posted by: IceWizard - 10-18-2015, 04:10 PM - Forum: World News - Replies (1)

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Police in Ohio said they were called to a house
by a man who complained he'd gotten too high
smoking marijuana and found him lying on the
floor surrounded by snacks.

The Youngstown Vindicator reports that Austintown Township police found the 22-year- old man curled in a fetal position on the floor last Friday, groaning and surrounded by Doritos, Goldfish crackers and Chips Ahoy cookies.

The newspaper reports that the man told
officers he couldn't feel his hands.

Officers found a glass jar of marijuana and
paraphernalia in the man's car after he gave
them his keys.

The man refused medical treatment and so far has not been charged with a crime.

Where in the hell is he getting his stash!!

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  No such thing as duct tape fix for benzo abuse
Posted by: EasyDoesit - 10-18-2015, 04:36 AM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (20)

It seems people do not understand the affects of how difficult and I mean difficult to find benzowise Dr.'s. Please please read these threads written by Doctors.



Knowledge is power.


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Posted by: Charon - 10-17-2015, 09:06 PM - Forum: Blacklist - Replies (13)

He will PM new members. Even before account is activated. He will tell u he can have a contact meet u.

He claims his site is: nermedshealth@gmail.com


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  Can't get quote to work -Counting posts
Posted by: stormsandy - 10-17-2015, 01:17 PM - Forum: Suggestions & Technical - Replies (8)

2 Questions
I can't get quote to work. Just get a red dash  
The welcome section and off topic are the only sections were post do not count?
Thanx ahead 

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  Shadow82 says Hello
Posted by: Shadow82 - 10-16-2015, 11:41 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (5)


I'm new here, too. So i just wanted to say Hello to all members here. Smile


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Question Zaleplon
Posted by: Mrchuckey12 - 10-16-2015, 07:04 PM - Forum: Who's Got It - Replies (21)

I see Zolpidem and Zopiclone everywhere but never see Zaleplon. Anyone? The brand name is Sonata.

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