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Oh, I just love this grandma. DARE Drugs Are Really Expensive shirt. She’s old school, from the old country. My kinda woman. You keep on going, grandma. This spunky ness keeps her young. She always puts a smile on my face. Smirnoff ice is not vodka, it is weak bullshit beer…. they don’t know what their drinking, but grandma knows! Please, no more grandma video’s worried about the habits of their grandchildren. It is funny but at the same time sad and disrespectful! this reminds me the f when nanny thought I was doing crack bc my friend wrote “snap, crackle, pop” in a note. The irony of giving more money to big pharma….that’s a govt solution for you. The War on Drugs (including the ineffective DARE program) succeeded only in piracy for the cops with confiscation of private assets. billion in the new medical bill for an opioid epidemic. Since they have no prevention and no cure, watch how fast the govt can snort that right up! They need more afterwards…Ok Doc, you agree it is a problem of epidemic proportion, correct? Or is your commentary on D A R E exclusively?

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Oh no Glenn Meharg its a real problem (I worked it over 20 years, still lecturing last week). DARE Drugs Are Really Expensive shirt. The scene was set by the medical establishment, big pharma, the worldwide politics, the addicts themselves and the culture-at-large. Govt is always the costliest and dumbest solution. Methadone and suboxone are proxies for the European solution to “give them drugs” which, unfortunately, is the best treatment offered. (Keeps down crime and mortality) $45 billion would be great if it was a solution, rather than an endless money pit. it could be better spent developing non-opiate pain meds. and stop penalizing the legit pain patients that are victimized by the blunt tool of government policing of opiates in the name of a govt program. the money has been earmarked for the drug companies to do education for prescribers, not real treatment or help for addicts. just to squeeze the supply.

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