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    bump for al you bored ppl
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    Absolutely profound and amazing! It's purrrrr-fect (LOL) What a talent you have Thanks for sharing this.
    Wow..
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    Bump for blah, your stuff is off the way in a that reality seems through the seams of the story you weave.

    A+
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    I read this story a few weeks ago when someone posted it in my methadone thread. I really enjoyed reading through it.
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    way too long for me to read, i would need ritalin or adderall or E or meth to read that whole thing!
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    What an amazing read. I was spellbound at the vividness of your description. Reminded me of the book "Take the Long Way Home," about author/journalist Susan Gordon Lydon's 25-year struggle with heroin addiction.

    Blah, I know you still post on the board and I'm always interested in reading what you have to say.
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    I've never touched the stuff, speed is more my deal. I feel like I have after reading this though. Good writing, fucking awesome.
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    That was almost as good as reading Naked Lunch. Brilliant.

    Sounds familiar.

    Luckily the 2 times I actually started shooting H it only lasted a month or so then I stopped because my wife busted me and told my parents, they intervened and I stopped. God I remember the first time my wife busted me - I actually had a needle in my arm and she opened the door and saw it. YIKES! The next day she took my then-2-year-old daughter and went to my parents house to live, and she told them all about my little escapades. That fucked my brain up pretty bad to know that my little girl was gone because of my wrecklessness.

    But curiosity got hold of the cat soon enough a year later and I got busted by my wife again. Same shit happened except people weren't as nice.

    My wife and I had our second child, a boy, less then 10 months ago so now I got 2 kids and recently found out ANOTHER on is on the way! 1 more then I bargained for my friends. Anyway, I only once had a minor withdrawal which consisted of simply feeling like a really bad hangover for 2 days.

    So a couple more years past and a grand connection to China White was coincidentally established. I had bad luck with shooting H in the past so I thought snorting it would be just fine and even if I got caught, it just wouldn't be thought of as bad right? since I was just snorting, not shooting, right? No big deal, not dirty needles and bad drug behavior right? Snorting is more responsible right? Not quite - since my brother-in-law just died last Saturday from a combonation overdose of valium, alchohol, and 5 bags of China White Heroine that we snorted over the course of the evening I don't think I'll be getting back into the stuff ever fucking again. He went to sleep and never woke up. Read all about it the Dark Side forum section if you want.

    I always thought I had a so-called addictive personality but years later I realize exactly what it really is – I and most other "drug people" are addicted to virtual reality. Some people call it escape, but that connotes people are taking drugs to escape something negative. I've had very large drug collections in the past, and I also have very large book and movie collections. Books, Movies, and the like are also virtual reality. Through a trance-like state, we tune out the real world and tune in the virtual one.

    At any rate, that original post is really amazing. It should deter quite a few people.
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    woooah monkey
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    spank the monkey
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    I'm completely speechless... I didn't read all of it, as I may never, but the first half of it left my mind in a twist thinking of surreal visions of my past and present.... shit man, genius.
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    That was a good read
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    Phenomenal read! This line really stuck out:

    “Only when circumstances drive the addict to the anxious edge of withdrawal will a shot of dope trigger the tummy orgasm of yore, thirsty junk cells gratefully gulping.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by blahblahblah
    bump for al you bored ppl
    Wow.... absofuckinglutley amazing piece.

    I have spent the last three nights reading, and hesitate responding to such a well versed work, but feel compelled.

    First, thanks for sharing... talk about the "beat generation" - this gentleman has lived it and makes one think - "There but for the grace of God go I".

    We all have our demons and thoughts - this post is the best thing I have read on the internet - ever. Have you ever read anything so honest and close to your own heart? I know I have not.

    He makes me realize I need to go back and revisit many of the books quoted and read in our schooling. I am great on reading comprehension, but very few are as gifted as this gentleman with prose - well done, and again, thanks for sharing with the rest of the world... you make us think.

    As the observant can see, this is my first post to bluelight.... I have long been a lurker, but never felt compelled to join and respond / contribute until now.

    Hope that gorilla is still off your back blahblah - God Bless.
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    wow, and all of you people who cant sit still long enough to read all of this amazingly brilliant piece, your really missing out.
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    blah you should send that to oprha tell her that this is what a drug story looks like not that shit she endorsed and then found out was all bullshit,top notch read i have read it few times over the years it sits at the top of my favorites list on my pc thanks for sharing
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    I really appreciated that man. I don't really even know what to say.
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    excellent piece of work!!.. those words hit home for so many of us on a every day basis.. i just admire you being able to put those thoughts onto paper as you have done... you have a real talent on making those very simple and minor details come to life.. you paint that picture so very well.. keep up the good work and thanks for sharing it!!! mad love
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    just read this for the first time...

    *clap clap clap clap clap* lol good god damn read.
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    http://www.junkylife.com/seedless/in...22/28/#more-28 is a much more 'readable link' and the other stories on there are just as well written =).

    seedless
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    thanks.
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    awesome read, thank you
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    amazing
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    What can I say? Thanks for 2 sleepless nights hooked on reading your text.
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    Great writing style and very enjoyable read, brings back memories of the good and bad old days too.
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