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Doesn’t Facebook Have Any Guidelines Or Censorship For Profile Picture Images.

by Anura Guruge

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As befits someone who has written a book about ‘Orgams‘ and is happy to cover anything to do with ‘toplessness‘, I am not a prude. Never have been, never will be.

I don’t know this person. He has started appearing on my ‘People You Know‘ of late. I wanted to do this post before deleting him from that list.

His banner image is even more graphic.

I am just surprised that Facebook permits this. Yes, I have heard that there is a way to report ‘abuse’ BUT I have no clue as to how you do that. And I can’t be bothered. He will be gone by tonight.

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by Anura Guruge

MMG Insurance, Based In Maine & V. Helpful, Has This Handy Tips For Ice Dam and Snow Load Dangers.

by Anura Guruge


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Click here to access full post from the MMG Website.

I have been very impressed with MMG Insurance — as I made very clear in this post.

I think this is my 3rd year with them.

Got an e-mail this morning with this link. Good post. I knew most of it but it was fun to read it all.

Wanted to SHARE it with YOU, if you too live in an area that gets a LOT of snow.

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by Anura Guruge

Opioid Abuse Epidemic — STOP Nurses From Being Able To Prescribe.

by Anura Guruge



Click to access EXCELLENT 90-second summary of this prescription epidemic. However, in New Hampshire, it is NOT just doctors, it is THE NURSES!


The U.S. “Center for Disease Control and Prevention”, just 2 months ago, released these new guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. Click image to access original.

Finally, in 2016, at long last, after 30 years of ‘refusing to acknowledge the problem’ there is now realization, led by the likes of the CDC and CNN (sees above), that U.S. doctors have to bear much of the responsibility of today’s prescription opioid crisis.

Though I have never taken opioids (though they have been prescribed to me a couple of times) I have, for the last 4 years (or so), been the SECOND HAND victim of indiscriminate, irresponsible and even cavalier prescription of opioids by doctors and more recently NURSES.

I already reported one to the NH Board of Medicine (and have a list of others that will also be so honored):


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My BIG gripe of late is that in New Hampshire NURSES are allowed to write prescriptions for opioids — willy nilly.

I, coming from a family with many bona fide doctors, do NOT, not for a minute, by the argument that there is no difference between doctors and nurses. Of course there is. IF NOT why do we have different names for them. Let’s call them all ‘nurses’.

Doctors, of course, have, at a minimum, more education and training.

That nurses can prescribe opioids just irks me, especially when it is one whose appearance and demeanor inspires ZERO confidence in their discipline and outlook to life. Sorry, I think that an obese, unshaved nurse who insists on wearing pre-cum stained pants does NOT show adequate judgment to be entrusted with writing prescriptions that KILL and make others life a living hell.

We have to stop nurses from being allowed to prescribe extremely dangerous and addictive drugs — especially when they are in business to do NOTHING else but sell prescriptions.

Just locally here there is a nurse who I am pretty sure writes MORE prescriptions for opioids than any 4 doctors taken at random from a 15-mile radius of him! That is not right.

Let’s please all unite to stop this man-made epidemic. It has made MY life a hell.


by Anura Guruge