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On 8/9/2013 at 11:22 PM, eldorado said:

I'm wondering if I need to have my mood stabilizers adjusted to compensate for the percoset I'm taking.

If you are taking them for a short while, like to get over an injury, or just PRN it is not worth it. You do need to tell your pdoc all the meds you are taking.

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So I was on Youtube and I scrolled down to read the comments, and inevitably I ended up calling someone a cunt. I know it's not good. Don't scroll down! Don't feed the trolls! But he mentioned the slippery slope argument about gay marriage and some other shit. I shouldn't. No I really shouldn't. I shall remain aloof. Oh fuck it! I'm going to tear this prick a new one. The slippery slope. Yeah because now you have men identifying as cucumbers and wanting to marry their hamster. That slippery slope. Yeah because the only thing which stops me fucking rodents is intolerance towards gay people. The fuck are you talking about? That's just fucking dumb. Well if they let people of the same gender marry then why can't I marry my toaster? Bit of a leap there fuckface. Because your toaster can't consent? Why am I even talking about this? But then they say that you're expressing typical liberal left wing opinions and somehow oppressing them. No, I just think that you're a dumb cunt. I'm not trying to oppress your political views, I just think that you're talking shit.The slippery slope of gay marriage. Oh for fuck's sake. Thundercunt!

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"Bath Salts" and "Upperdrugs" by Highly Suspect. So relatable (although I do not take illegal drugs, I have the equivalent in legal drugs). YouTube Music recently found this band for me. I am addicted. Posted here because everyone I know thinks I'm insane when I get excited and make them listen to my eclectic taste in music.

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On 8/9/2013 at 11:22 PM, eldorado said:

I'm wondering if I need to have my mood stabilizers adjusted to compensate for the percocet I'm taking.

Opioids generally don't cause mania. The powerful opioids at high doses can cause hallucinations or psychosis. Some are more sensitive to this side effect than others. If the percocet is just short term don't  worry about it.

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Salty banana! That just sounds wrong, and there is a definition of this on urban dictionary which mentions seamen. Yes, seamen! Probably not what they meant but presents and interesting though challenging image. Does sound like a good name for a gay bar. But it's nothing of the sort. It's a way to remember how action potentials occur in the axons of neurons. Potassium ions on the inside and sodium ions on the outside. Then when an action potential passes down the banana your banana becomes depolarised and some shit happens. I think I'm ready for the exam.

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1 hour ago, Cerberus said:

This explains a great deal of what is going on in my head right now.

Maybe your banana needs more sailors, if you know what I mean? You probably don't because that doesn't make any damn sense. I'm going to fail my exam. "Describe how an action potential transduces a chemical signal into an electrical signal." Well, a bunch of seamen walk into a bar called "The Salty Banana", where they're playing disco music from the 80's. That's not it. I'm not that confused. Rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, axodendritic synapse, metabotropic receptors, oligodendrocytes. Jesus Christ it's like learning a different language. Though it's not a language that can be used to communicate with people. Do you know the difference between oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells? Well let me explain and bore the shit out of you. It's actually pretty interesting, though heavy going. What was I talking about?

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2 hours ago, Fluent In Silence said:

“Describe how an action potential transduces a chemical signal into an electrical signal." Well, a bunch of seamen walk into a bar called "The Salty Banana", where they're playing disco music from the 80's.

Actually, that’s fairly accurate in terms of a scenario in which the potential for chemical catalyst leads to psychological and subsequent physical (both of which are electrical) response. As an analogy, it’s sort of apt, and were I teaching the course I would be tempted to give at least partial credit for such an answer. But don’t risk it. I’m an eccentric.

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7 minutes ago, Fluent In Silence said:

Ooh fuck! I've just passed 1,000 posts. Not sure if I deserve some cake or if I should apologise.

Cake. You make me laugh. Have your cake, with sprinkles on top.

 

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2 hours ago, Fluent In Silence said:

Ooh fuck! I've just passed 1,000 posts. Not sure if I deserve some cake or if I should apologise.

I dedicated a post to my 10,001th post. Keep up the good work!

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On 12/5/2020 at 6:04 PM, Fluent In Silence said:

Maybe your banana needs more sailors, if you know what I mean? You probably don't because that doesn't make any damn sense. I'm going to fail my exam. "Describe how an action potential transduces a chemical signal into an electrical signal." Well, a bunch of seamen walk into a bar called "The Salty Banana", where they're playing disco music from the 80's. That's not it. I'm not that confused. Rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, axodendritic synapse, metabotropic receptors, oligodendrocytes. Jesus Christ it's like learning a different language. Though it's not a language that can be used to communicate with people. Do you know the difference between oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells? Well let me explain and bore the shit out of you. It's actually pretty interesting, though heavy going. What was I talking about?

How did that exam go? I did not enjoy having to memorize all that stuff 

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12 hours ago, Iceberg said:

How did that exam go? I did not enjoy having to memorize all that stuff 

I don't have an exam until after new year. I don't think I'm too bad with this stuff and I do follow it, but then the teacher runs through some practice exam questions and I should've mentioned active transport or diffusion or something like that. He's a good teacher but I think everyone finds bio tough. Psychology students anyway. I doubt if anyone became interested in psychology because of the fluid mosaic model of the cell membrane. We just started on the brain and our lecturer was pleasantly surprised by how interested and talkative we suddenly became. Not much you can say about mitochondria or ribosomes. The corpus callosum. Alien hand syndrome. Now we're getting into the interesting stuff. It's a foundation year and none of the exams or coursework counts towards anything. I still want to prove to myself that I can do this.

16 hours ago, Gearhead said:

I dedicated a post to my 10,001th post. Keep up the good work!

Well that just shit on my parade 🤣.

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1 hour ago, Fluent In Silence said:

Well that just shit on my parade 🤣.

You can’t compare yourself to Gears. I was the very first member to create an account on CB when it formed back in 2005 - I’m Member One - and my post count hasn’t hit 3,500 over the span of 15 years. Gearhead just has a lot to say. So do you, apparently.

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11 minutes ago, Cerberus said:

You can’t compare yourself to Gears. I was the very first member to create an account on CB when it formed back in 2005 - I’m Member One - and my post count hasn’t hit 3,500 over the span of 15 years. Gearhead just has a lot to say. So do you, apparently.

Did LOL at her reply. Over 10,000 posts here. But well done you! Keep up the good work! 😆It's just a number and probably about half of those posts I regretted anyway. I do talk some shit sometimes.

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