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  Kratom ILLEGAL in USA
Posted by: horsies - 11-16-2017, 06:14 PM - Forum: Legal Issues - Replies (1)

Looks like it had a good run but the DEA and now customs will be looking for Kratom  (affecting large packages of any kind im

sure).  I dont think the BEA is gonna stop them this time.  Pretty sure it's done. So sad bc that is the only thing I use for pain

and I know plenty of addicts that it helped quit.  People are messaging me very upset, I'm really upset about this myself.  I need to 

move across the pond..

This country is a joke.  My Vendor in US refuses to ship after the law passes.  But I'm sure we can all agree that won't stop us 

from getting these God given plants like MJ and Kratom.  Sad day... anyone that wants to keep up with the legal issues for 

Kratom, I'll try to keep ya posted on this thread.  This is terrible news, God bless all those in pain and/or recovery that are 

going to be affected.  Also, Kratom vendors get ready Wink

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Star The Basics for anyone who wants to know
Posted by: whatapain - 11-16-2017, 02:20 AM - Forum: Medical Marijuana - Replies (2)

https://healthyhempoil.com/cannabidiol/

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  Holiday Cheer
Posted by: Audrey Hepburn - 11-16-2017, 12:52 AM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (27)

Well, somehow the holidays snuck up on us and is in full swing before Thanksgiving. The 24/7 holiday music started 2 weeks ago here. So for all the new members, we started a thread like this last year as a way to blow off holiday steam, share a happy song or memory, or just to support each other through the holidays. It is a rough time for a lot of us.
Feel free to post any holiday themed...anything. Smile

So this is still my all time favorite Thanksgiving video of all time.



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  guess it is off topic
Posted by: mr nobody - 11-15-2017, 05:39 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (5)

Have not posted much lately-too much stress just like everyone else.  Funny how you can connect with people online but the people you see everyday can feel like strangers-some "friends" are going through hard times as are me and many but I am at my limit.  Also I do not like telling people how to live-even when they are hurting themselves-lost too many over the years.

Will try to cheer up and be more useful in next few days.

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  LEXILIUM 6mg Alkaloid
Posted by: sam81 - 11-15-2017, 12:14 AM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (3)

Hello all
 
i hope your fine and good


I was asking if anyone tried this product and it was of high  brand quality

It the same LEXOTANIL from Roche 


It from contry of Eastern Europe


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Star The Movie/Actor Chain Game!
Posted by: MrFussbudget - 11-14-2017, 10:45 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (19)

The Movie/Actor Chain Game!

Here's how it works:

The first person names a movie, the following person names an actor/actress that was in that movie, the next person names a different movie that the previous actor/actress was in and then repeat.

Example:

First person would type:
Top Gun

Next person might type:
Tom Cruise

Third person could possibly type:
Jerry Maguire

Fourth person perhaps would type:
Renee Zellweger

I'll start:
Beetlejuice


(I guess this is super easy with google, so try not to google answers!!)

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  Share you tips for getting out of bed with depression
Posted by: Rafterman - 11-14-2017, 09:22 AM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (9)

Hey everyone,

I am talking about when it gets so bad that you are making deals with yourself to be able to get out of bed. There is little talk about this kind of depression (diurnal). You usually feel somewhat better by the middle of the day and nearly normal by night time. There are many well known researchers who believe there's a physiological cause behind this. I am not quite certain that it has to be all that complicated. I think that all depression certainly contains an element of anxiety. When a person first wakes up to begin their day, they are at their most vulnerable emotionally. They have the entire day ahead of them. It was relatively peaceful laying there in bed. It's almost rational to want to spend the entire day there. But for some people it goes beyond that. Over my years of counseling I have heard hundreds of different techniques used by people who simply cannot get out of bed. I had a male client in his twenties who would set up alarm clocks in 3 different rooms. The first alarm went off 1 hour before he really had to be awake. He would shut that alarm off and walk to room number 2, where the alarm was set to go off 30 minutes later. When that alarm rang, he shut that and moved to room number 3. The alarm in room number 3 was set for the time he actually had to wake up. His theory was that just the walk from one room to another would make it easier for him to get up after alarm number 3 rang. I've had others who have tried bolstering themselves with drug or drink about an hour before it was time to wake up. That would often backfire and leave them more tired than they were, and they would simply give in to the feeling and go back to sleep. In the course of hearing these countless techniques, I still have never heard one that was foolproof. Does anyone here have a favorite way to go about this? I would be interested to hear what anyone has to say, as I still suffer with this issue. Even though I have heard hundreds of supposed solutions to it, nothing has worked for me except pure will power. There has to be an easier way. What do you all think?

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  upjohn Xanax 2mg dimensions
Posted by: Ismar - 11-13-2017, 07:36 PM - Forum: Pill Identification - No Replies

Hi guys!

Can someone please help me. Does anyone have an original xanax 2mg bar from upjohn and can give me the exact measurement of all three sides of the pill?

I have been scourging google for hours without finding it Huh

Best Regards
Ismar

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  IOP's listed in public forum
Posted by: umakemenuts - 11-13-2017, 04:58 PM - Forum: Suggestions & Technical - Replies (5)

As a newbie to this forum, I'm confused. I understand why there is a public forum, but I was under the impression that I wouldn't have access to any vendors before my 50 posts.

When I googled ttm2u, a link to the IOP public thread for new members came up.  Curious, I logged out of IOPlist, cleared my cache, even rebooted my computer, did a goggle search for ttm2u, clicked on the ioplist link, and landed here as a guest - I obviously had to log back in to make this post.

I was going to place a small test order, but I'm nervous now that I know they're listed right at the top of the 1st page on google.  I've never placed an order online from a vendor that has a presence on google.  Also, can I trust a vendor listed on a public forum?

If anyone can explain this to me I would appreciate it.  I like to get all the facts before I do something that may come back to bite me in the ass.

Charon, I would have just sent you pm with this question, but alas, I don't have my 50 posts and being new, I didn't know where else to post.

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  Now the Dems Have A Russia Problem
Posted by: Linville - 11-12-2017, 05:08 AM - Forum: Political Discussion - Replies (1)

If "both" parties put American first and not the lobbyists money we would have much less of this.



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EXCLUSIVE: Now It’s The Democrats Who Have A ‘Russian Problem’

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Suddenly it’s the Democrats who have a serious Russia problem..

Democratic fingerprints are all over a growing number of Russia-related scandals, including payments to Fusion GPS for its Russian-sourced 

Trump dossier, lobbying on behalf of Russia’s largest bank to lift economic sanctions, former President Barack Obama’s administration’s approval

 of the sale of Uranium One to Russia, and giving twenty percent of America’s uranium reserves to Moscow.


Republican Senators [url=http://nypost.com/2017/11/05/graham-calls-for-special-counsel-to-prove-clinton-on-russia-ties/]Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Chuck Grassley of Iowa have called for the appointment of a special prosecutor to look into the mounting scandals tying Democrats to Russia.


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“The bottom line is very simple, says former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova in an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation. “The Russian connection now is owned by the Democratic Party.”

What are the Democratic ties to Russia?


Fusion GPS 
In 2016 the Hillary for America presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) paid an undetermined amount of funds to Fusion GPS, a political opposition research for the salacious Trump-Russia dossier.  The firm reportedly paid $168,000 to Christopher Steel, a British MI-6 agent.
If a federal court rules in favor of the House of Representatives that is seeking Fusion GPS bank records, the full amount paid to the firm for the dossier could be revealed.




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The funds to Fusion GPS were secretly paid through the Perkins Coie law firm, a Democratic law firm. Both former Obama White House counsel Robert Bauer and Marc Elias head up the “political law” section of the firm.
It was Elias who collected the funds from Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC and made the secret payments to Fusion GPS.
The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center on Oct. 25 filed a formal complaint before the Federal Election Commission charging the Clinton campaign “violated campaign finance law” by failing to accurately disclose the payments for the dossier.

The legal center claimed the campaign and the DNC were paying their law firm for “legal expenses,” when in fact they were covertly paying for the “dirt” contained in the Trump dossier. Hillary for America paid at least $12.4 million to Perkins Coie for legal expenses, according to The New York Times, and the DNC forked over $5.4 million to the law firm.

“The stated purposes of the disbursements to Perkins Coie did not reflect the ‘actual purpose’ of how the disbursement was intended in hiring Fusion GPS,” the complaint charges.

British agent Steele recruited and paid unnamed Russian sources, many reportedly with ties to the Russian intelligence services and to the Kremlin. Steele had to work with these agents, whose motives and credibility are unknown.

The unverified charges were designed to embarrass and humiliate President Donald Trump. Paying for information undercuts the credibility of any opposition research, because people are monetarily incentivized to make claims.

“I would never consider my information as reliable if I paid for it,” said an American businessman with decades of experience in Russia. “And if they did pay for it, they would come back next week and say, ‘you know what, I have more information for you,'” he told TheDCNF in an interview.
“And it would not be uncommon for them to say ‘I want to introduce you to somebody else. He has more information, but you’ll have to pay him as well,'” the businessman said.

Either Fusion GPS or the Clinton camp could have disseminated the fake dossier to the six liberal news organizations that received it, however, it’s interesting that neither of them felt confident enough to publish them.
BuzzFeed published the dossier last January, but added the disclaimer, “The allegations are unverified, and the report contains errors.”
“From my personal standpoint and my thorough review of this document, I have deemed it a complete and total fabricated fraud,” Col. James Waurishuk (Ret.), a 30-year veteran who worked for the CIA’s Asymmetric Warfare Task Force, said in an interview with TheDCNF.


Did FBI Director James Comey Use the Fusion GPS Dossier As “Evidence” Before a Court?
Did former FBI Director James Comey and the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) use the Fusion GPS unverified information as “evidence” before a secret federal surveillance court to obtain permission to eventually spy on Trump campaign aides and later his transition team?
Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked FBI Director Christopher Wray on Oct. 4 if the FBI may have improperly presented any of the dossier information to a government surveillance court. He has not received any reply.
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence now is seeking all Justice Department applications before the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court, also called the FISA Court, to determine if any of the applicants rely on information from the dossier.
If the unsubstantiated dossier information was entered as “verifiable” information before the FISA Court, the implications are “staggering,” former diGenova told TheDCNF.
That would mean the Obama administration pursued “a type of manipulation of intelligence data and false intelligence data to mislead a court,” diGenova said. “It’s staggering in terms of its implications.”


Tony Podesta and Russia
Last week, Democratic lobbyist Tony Podesta stepped down as the head of his lobbying firm, the Podesta Group, that he co-founded with his high-profile brother, John Podesta in 1988.

Podesta reportedly resigned so he could prepare for possible legal action against him and his firm by Special counsel Robert Mueller.
Podesta has business relationships with many Russian state enterprises and government agencies.
He publicly lobbied on behalf of Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, collecting $170,000 in fees in 2016.

Podesta lobbied both the Obama administration and Congress to lift the economic sanctions against Sberbank.
The lobbyist also represented Uranium One after it became a wholly owned subsidiary of ROSATOM, the Russian atomic energy agency. He received $180,000 for his representation of the nuclear firm for services delivered in part of 2012 and in 2014 to 2015.
Podesta did not, however, register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), a Podesta Group spokesman confirmed to TheDCNF.

He also failed to register under FARA when he represented a pro-Russian Ukrainian organization to lobby on their behalf in the U.S.
Podesta worked with Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chairman, on behalf of a group called the European Center for a Modern Ukraine, a front group for Ukraine’s pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych. Ukraine’s parliament threw Yanukovych out of office, and he fled to Russia where he is now living.
Throughout the Manafort indictment is reference to “Company B.” The reference is the cover name for the Podesta Group, according to NBC News.

Uranium One
The public is aware the Obama administration, led in 2010 by former Secretary of State Clinton who sat on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CIFIUS), approved the sale of Uranium One to the Russians. In a single stroke 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves were sold to Russia.

Two House committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee are investigating the circumstances surrounding the sale.
They are focused, in part, on the $145 million that Uranium One executives donated to the Clinton Foundation, according to independent investigator Peter Schweizer and author of “Clinton Cash.”
Uranium One’s owner, Frank Giustra is entirely enmeshed with the Clintons and the Clinton Foundation. He personally contributed more than $25 million to the foundation, according to the foundation’s web site. Giustra co-foundedwith former President Bill Clinton the “Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership.”

Prior to the sale, an FBI informant showed the bureau there was widespread bribery and corruption on the Russian side of the Uranium One deal, according to The Hill. Yet neither the FBI nor Attorney General Eric Holder notified the committee that there was corruption among the buyers.
Importantly, Holder sat on CIFIUS too, but he apparently did not notify the committee of the criminal activities the FBI informant had uncovered.
Under the Obama administration, the FBI imposed a “gag order” on the informant, preventing Congress from hearing his charges.
However, under pressure from investigative reporters John Sullivan and Sara Carter, the Justice Department lifted the gag order on Oct. 25 and approved his testimony before Congress.
Finally, there is Tony Podesta again. After the Uranium One sale was complete, he lobbied on behalf of Uranium One, pocketing $180,000. He never registered as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

John Podesta and Joule Unlimited
Immediately prior to joining the Obama White House as special counselor, John Podesta joined the board of a highly secretive technology company called Joule unlimited.

He served on the board for three years, sharing it with three Russian businessmen with direct ties to the Kremlin.
Dmitry Akhanov, president of Rusnano USA, also sat on the Joule board. He awarded the company  one billion rubles, the equivalent of $35 million in U.S. dollars. He promised Joule “cheap money,” and he dangled $4.6 billion in government contributions and $5.7 billion in state guarantees before the board.
It’s not known what kind of private meetings or discussions Podesta had with any of the Russians.
But Lucia Ziobro, the special agent in charge at the FBI’s Boston field office, issued an “extraordinary warning” to Boston-area high-tech firms in 2014 about Russian investors to startups like Joule.
“The FBI believes the true motives of the Russian partners, who are often funded by their government, is to gain access to classified, sensitive and emerging technology from the companies,” she wrote in a Boston Globe op-ed.

Calls for a New Special Counsel
The Justice Department should appoint another special counsel to investigate Clinton for her Russian ties, Sen. Graham said on Sunday.
“I think we need a special counsel to investigate the Fusion GPS episode between the Democratic Party, Mr. Steele and Russian operatives,” Graham told “Fox News Sunday.”

“Everything about Fusion GPS stinks,” Graham said. “The idea that the Democratic Party would hire, through a law firm, a foreign intelligence officer to go to Russia and try to gather dirt means that they’ve set themselves up to be manipulated by the Russians.”
He also supports a special prosecutor on the Uranium One deal.
Grassley also endorses the idea of a special prosecutor.

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