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Comment: 10 is the most pain you can have. (Score 1) 485

by EzInKy (#47556491) Attached to: Suddenly Visible: Illicit Drugs As Part of Silicon Valley Culture

If you report an 11 you reset yourself to 1, which is considered pain manageable without drugs. I can't believe that there are so many here that don't consider an absolute an absolute. All reporting an 11 on a scale of 10 does is label you at best an idiot, at worst a drug addict.

Comment: Re:My experience with hydrocodone... (Score 1) 485

by EzInKy (#47556371) Attached to: Suddenly Visible: Illicit Drugs As Part of Silicon Valley Culture

Think of a 10 on the pain scale as absolute zero. Just like there is nothing colder there is nothing that could hurt worse. Saying your pain is an 11 is a clear sign that you are drug seeking and trying to game system that is trying to scientifically objectify a phenomanom. Computer software does not allow for charting anything higher than a 10.

Comment: Re:My experience with hydrocodone... (Score 2) 485

by EzInKy (#47549117) Attached to: Suddenly Visible: Illicit Drugs As Part of Silicon Valley Culture

Just an FYI, any one who gives an 11 when asked what their pain level on a scale of 0-10 is pretty much automatically labelled a drug seeker. 10 means the pain is the absolute most you could ever imagine experiencing. Think being disembowelled while being roasted on a spit here and the marinate being tincture of iodine. There simply is no higher score than a ten by non-druggies.

Comment: Re:"Compatible" (Score 1) 94

by EzInKy (#47514785) Attached to: Open-Source Blu-Ray Library Now Supports BD-J Java

So 18 discs work with greasy fingers, and one doesn't? That is your theory? To add insult to injury I received an email from my ISP that I would be charged more for internet access because I exceeded their max after I watched the missing episodes that were available on my Amazon account. I'm really trying to stay on the right side, but the powers that be are making it very hard to do so.

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