Posted by floatingbridge on May 13, 2011, at 7:02:03
In reply to Re: my stars! » floatingbridge, posted by sigismund on May 12, 2011, at 22:59:35
>My psych though is (justifiably) uncomfortable with polypharmacy. We just say to each other that we live under a Methodist dispensation, that humanity is f*ck*d, and that it is all a very sorry business. He has already written agomelatine, Valium and gabapentin. So I don't like to ask.
I hear you. Sorry. The agomelatine is helpful? Like an AD? Maybe just as well, somehow.... I don't drink, but it works perfectly well for some
> The unlamented Labor Government that was recently booted out was contemplating making illegal a new batch of plants (Leopard trees, wattles, angels
trumpet). My son commented that the expenses involved in dreaming this up would have come from a fund designed to help combat drug abuse.
He sounds like good company. Is that what can happen when kids grow up. Oh, our gov has done crazy things like that. What I despise are businesses buying the rights to plants then controlling the cultivation. But that isn't my government, that's international business. They have their storefronts here.
> I while away the hours reading "Bloodlands". It would make your hair curl. It is oddly relaxing, I don't know
why. After that, I think, all we are here to do is to make each others' lives a little better.
:-) yes, it would. But I did click on the link. I did enjoy the abstract. Gasland, too. Can you set your water on fire? I didn't read up on bin Laden yet.
> Tonight I will go and hear a Buddhist lecture on Buddha Nature and (no doubt) the origin of suffering. Half a Valium and a stiff drink to get me there.
I suffer, therefore I am? You do get out and do interesting things. I like that. I did when I was a townie. And younger. Your country sounds very nice, all complaints and imperfections given.
I am awake for some reason at 4:00 am.
* and whoever gazes at the stars will never again be quite alone...
c-ptsd & attendant health concerns