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"Eh bruv I heard you like heroin too...

I've been using for X years but lately can't find a decent connect hahah

*insert sad life story*

anyway man you seem really cool if you think you can help me please let me know hahahaaaaah

IM DESPERATE PLEASE FUCKING HELP ME I WILL LITERALLY SUCK YOUR DICK PLZ.

all the best,
Nathan"
“Tits”
 

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What self respecting junkie doesn't have at least one connect. Clearly a undercover lol, user beware 😂
i don't even have one connect since i moved cities but i can still score within half an hour if i want to and have been able to in every city i've tried in. only been badly ripped off once and that was my own fault for letting the money out of my sight.

it really makes no sense to me how people can get to the point of knowing they like heroin without knowing how to score.
 

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Have to say though I’m pretty surprised you’re doing that task. Surely you’re flat out with your own patients?
So far removed from the testing, thankfully. There are huge tents set up for walk in testing in most towns. The practice has to do twice daily testing though, hence the boxes of tests we go through. I've had a fair bit of time off recently however. Umm'ing and arr'ing about leaving general practice in general though.
 

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So far removed from the testing, thankfully. There are huge tents set up for walk in testing in most towns. The practice has to do twice daily testing though, hence the boxes of tests we go through. I've had a fair bit of time off recently however. Umm'ing and arr'ing about leaving general practice in general though.
You’re mad to consider leaving general practice. Easy street kid! I’m currently writing up a study in regards to capsular warning syndrome, I’d take GP work any day.
 

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capsular warning syndrome
sounds complicated.

i would argue that bioinformatics is easy street but possibly not for everyone. computing is a piece of piss once you've designed algorithms for quantum computers and biosciences sorely need algorithmic and engineering capabilities. when i moved to industry i got to dictate my terms of employment and salary.
 

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sounds complicated.

i would argue that bioinformatics is easy street but possibly not for everyone. computing is a piece of piss once you've designed algorithms for quantum computers and biosciences sorely need algorithmic and engineering capabilities. when i moved to industry i got to dictate my terms of employment and salary.
If I could go back in time, I’d quite fancy a bash at being a virologist. Quite fancy living through Resident Evil.
 

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You’re mad to consider leaving general practice. Easy street kid! I’m currently writing up a study in regards to capsular warning syndrome, I’d take GP work any day.
Starting to be a crutch, it’s safe and steady money, but it’s soul crushingly boring. The amount of feet, ears and arseholes I see is beyond ridiculous. Wish I specialised, always had the aptitude for it.

Rose tinted glasses anyone?
 

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Starting to be a crutch, it’s safe and steady money, but it’s soul crushingly boring. The amount of feet, ears and arseholes I see is beyond ridiculous. Wish I specialised, always had the aptitude for it.

Rose tinted glasses anyone?
Specialising comes with a mountain of paperwork, I promise you you’d run right back to the practice after a week! Lol!

Also, it’s really not too late to specialise if you so wished. One of my colleagues started on that path at 58.
 

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Plus you must be on a canny was. Surely you get the odd surprise and you're helping people. Why don't you join the red cross or work over seas or something?
 

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What a dote! Very easy to train and especially so if play/food focused.
Yeah sorry but that's youtube bullshit which only applies to puppies.
The only way I could get the previous one to release his football was by getting another football and kicking it away, trust me I tried all the youtube bullshit that was the only way non violent way to go.
I could have used a noose and pulled it cutting off the airflow/electronic zapper which would get him to release the football promptly.
That's now how I like to work.
It'd taken over a year of doing that, daily training, and shouting at him before he succumbed and understood the command but only when he was drained of all excessive energy.
He once even bitten me in the head just trying to grab the ball, totally good quality that one. I could explain why there were some people who once saw him at it's best did a u'ie if they spotted me and him at 200 yards. Life's too short.
It'd taken three months of treat training for him to understand stay, sit, lay down command that one was easy.
He was three years old when I got him. Got him from a so called 'I train police dogs for the Miami police' idiot.
Luckily he was never maltreated just never properly trained.
Once they're a bit older I find them hard to train because they're so hyper.
A malinois is like a labrador on coke and boozed up.

Not a fan, they have no facial expression.
They most certainly do, getting one to show their expression is another matter as they're so hyper and just want to go and sniff stuff out or go and kill things.
Once they reach a certain age they reach a new level of understanding/appreciation of their owner which is why I was totally gutted they killed the last one.
He would be submissive and lay on his back every day for me just for cuddles.
Just ask I can post pictures of facial expressions of the previous one.
 
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