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    Reading the list of mental disorders, Iíve flirted with most of them...

    I donít think I could get PTSD very easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarIII View Post
    But the idea of coating my lungs with soot and the suffering of lung disease...


    ...and there are psychiatrists and medication to handle those things.
    No, there is only pot

    Anyway for all this talk about lung disease, I'm yet to see it in action. I've only ever known two people to have lung disease (COPD), both are OAPs and only one died - which was actually due to complications with mental health, alcoholism, self abuse and toxic mixture of prescriptions drugs for the mental health.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinny View Post
    No, there is only pot

    Anyway for all this talk about lung disease, I'm yet to see it in action. I've only ever known two people to have lung disease (COPD), both are OAPs and only one died - which was actually due to complications with mental health, alcoholism, self abuse and toxic mixture of prescriptions drugs for the mental health.

    Really? There was a 50 year woman (smoker with COPD) who retired at work a couple of weeks ago because she could no longer walk to her office. I've been working there for about 8 years and around ten people have died; most were smokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyng1 View Post
    Really? There was a 50 year woman (smoker with COPD) who retired at work a couple of weeks ago because she could no longer walk to her office. I've been working there for about 8 years and around ten people have died; most were smokers.
    Really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinny View Post
    Really.

    Perhaps you don't see them because they're fucked. Like the grossly obese they can't even get out of the house.

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    What can befall one can befall another. No matter how strong your will is right now, a rock to the head can change that. Or a TIA. To say nothing of prions. And meningitis. Or lightning. Or carbon monoxide. Or a bad flu. Or cancer. Or unimaginable stress leading to a psychotic break. Or aging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hephaestus View Post
    What can befall one can befall another. No matter how strong your will is right now, a rock to the head can change that. Or a TIA. To say nothing of prions. And meningitis. Or lightning. Or carbon monoxide. Or a bad flu. Or cancer. Or unimaginable stress leading to a psychotic break. Or aging.

    I'm not immune. I'm merely averse.
    Or even an inexplicable change of mental state, as it turns out.

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