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  1. How are you, my friend? Just checking in…

    Did you know that male penguins propose to females by giving them a shiny pebble? How cute is that? 🙂

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  2. i didnt even get a shiny pebble when i got proposed to 😦

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  3. Great minds think alike, see you in Colorado. 🙂

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    • you are moving there too?

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      • Of course, that’s where the affordable and quality bud is found. Trying to save for this move is the problem, especially after my move from Texas to NM. But since I can’t find any bud, my savings are growing by the day.

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        • i have to renew my mj card-$220, so can’t afford any bud, and cant even afford to get my card renewed yet.

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          • Is the $220 for the doctor? Is there a fee to get your card?

            I’m so sorry you can’t afford any bud. That really sucks. I’m trying to use my move to Colorado as an incentive to… keep breathing.

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            • $150 for the state fee, $70 for the doctor. if i wait til it expires, then i have to get all my medical records again and pay $30 extra to the doctor. ya, trying to keep breathing here too. whoo colorado, here we come!

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            • $150 for the state fee is freaking ridiculous. It’s free in New Mexico, unless you apply for a personal grower’s license, then it’s only $30. I’m looking at Pueblo, Colorado, because I’ve read it’s cheap to live there and there are at least one or two good dispensaries. Colorado or bust, dude! 🙂

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            • oh btw i just lost my pain pills (15 noro /mo) bc i use medical marijuana. great. its my fucking day.

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  4. Eh, marriage is for the birds. 😀

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  5. Oh, dude, I’m so very sorry you lost your Norco. I really miss hydrocodone… and Soma. Was that your doctor’s decision? And did he base it on a drug test?

    You’re in Arizona, right? Give me a couple of days, let me see if I can find more news about pain and medical cannabis patients in your state.

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    • he based it on the fact that i have a medical mj card, and he was the doc at the pain clinic.

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      • How did he find out you have a card? I mean, you’ve had it for a year…

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        • well they did a urine test, and i knew it would show up, so i wanted to be legal to have it in my system rather than illegally. and i knew if i was dirty illegally i would get no meds. wasnt sure if i would get them with the card, but thought it was a 50/50 chance…

          my prior doc had tested me for so long she quit testing me like 3 yrs ago bc she knew after 3 yrs i was always clean, so she never knew i got a card and never tested anymore either.

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          • Did you sign a patient contract? Does the contract mention cannabis?

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            • yes to contract but it only mentioned ‘illegal/illicit drugs’ and i figured medical mj was not illegal or illicit but im not the doc so what do i know anyway, right? lol

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            • It’s the difference between state law and federal law. Does your contract say “federally” illegal drugs? And since you live in a state with a medical cannabis program, did your doctor ever warn you that if you became a member, he would dump you? Just curious.

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            • no, it did not say federally illegal drugs, and no he nor any staff ever warned me that i would not receive services if i was a medical mj user.

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            • Are you still seeing this doctor for anything? If not, I would be happy to write a letter to him for you. Not that it would change anything, but it might make him hesitate before dumping another patient. Or force him to clearly state his procedures to every one of his current patients.


  6. im done with the clinic they cant give me any help for pain because i have a mmj card. so unless i get some new injury that is very severe, i wont need a pain clinic.

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    • It’s up to you, of course, but if you want to email me the name of this doctor, I can inform him how wrong he is to dump pain patients. And I can do it without even mentioning your name, although he will probably guess I’m talking about you. Still, I imagine he’s dumped other patients, so he won’t be sure.

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