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Camping with Chemo
Author: TriSec    Date: 11/12/2012 01:40:46

First and foremost.....I SURVIVED!

This trip had been bumped and rescheduled...we were supposed to go a week ago (on an off week for me), but it got changed at the last minute to a treatment week.

This was Javi's first real trip with the Troop - there was no way I was going to miss this.

So, like a good Scout Parent, after schlepping to the hospital to get rid of my pump Friday afternoon, I made sure I stayed active until the troop was ready to depart, in an effort to avoid my Friday pm crash. With the help of Five-Hour Energy, it worked!

We saddled up about 7:15 for the long drive to Adams, MA and Mt Greylock. Reaching park headquarters, we discovered the place bolted up tight and all the gates closed...so we drove around the western flank of the mountain to find another parking lot at the trailhead. This added another half-hour to the ordeal to come.

Reaching the trail, and the rest of our party, we loaded up packs and set off for the campsight. At 11:00 pm. This was billed as about a two-mile walk, easy in daylight and lightly-loaded, but since this was the first backpacking trip for all the boys, mistakes were made. As for me, I think I packed OK, but I could have left a few things behind....and then my tent weighed about as much as a Wile. E. Coyote anvil.

Nevertheless, with wind sucking hard, we ascended towards the group site. The trail became steeper and more treacherous, and then we started hitting blowdowns from Sandy. The first few were amusing, but there were at least 4 sequoias blown down across the trail that necessitated removing packs, scrambling through brush, or crawling under logs on all fours.

Somewhere along here...I completely bonked. I literally could not move another step, and went down hard on my left knee at least a half-dozen times. By then, the faster group had made the campsite, and they sent a leader back for relief. He took my pack, and I finally staggered into camp at about 3am. I toyed with sleeping under the stars, but eventually got my tent up and crawled in....at 3:57 am, having been awake for 22 1/2 hours while actively receiving chemotherapy.

Come morning, we didn't do too bad, and were up and eating breakfast by about 9am. I felt much better, but I was dismayed to learn the Scoutmaster wanted us to move. At 3am, we took the first flat spot we found at the campsite, but it turned out there was a much better location about 200 yards down the road. So it was pack up again, and move on. Although I only unpegged my tent and had some help to carry it down the road, and dropped it on a much better spot and pegged it down again.

By now it was noon, so we did an "alpine dash" for the summit. That's when you take only the barest essentials and go like hell until you make it. It was a fantastic day up there...dead calm, clear, and with near-unlimited visibility. We sat and watched the town of Adams for a while, and because it was a backpacking trip, we brought a stove and some dehydrated food and hat a hot lunch on the summit. I even managed to nap a bit, until some F-15s went screaming over the peak and woke me up.

Getting down was easy...I made Javi do the hard part and carry the day pack up, so I had the downhill leg. We made it back to camp pretty easily, and I finished settling in for another night. We did the usual Scout things, and while the other adults were cooking, I gathered wood and got a fire going with my trusty Armageddon. I honestly can't remember the last time I used a match to start a fire now....

With everyone utterly spent, it was an early night. The kids made about 8:30, and the adults were in not long after that. We all slept about 12 hours, and awoke to gusty winds and a smattering of raindrops...with the warm front going through.

Another easy breakfast, and then we spent the next two hours or so cleaning everything up, knocking down tents, and loading up our packs. We had talked to the ranger at the summit yesterday, and he gave us an alternate route back down without any blowdowns....but it was longer and had a decent uphill stretch until we crested a ridge and dropped down towards the parking lot.

I set out OK, and even made the overlook (which was spectacular - a clear shot a mile and a half across the valley back to the summit.) But the way down turned out be more than I bargained for. It was very steep, with a ton of switchbacks. My legs might have been lead going in, but they turned to rubber coming out. Near the bottom, I was stopping at nearly every stump to rest my pack...until that last log when I bonked again and lost an argument with gravity. At least it was comical; I sat down and went right over onto my pack like a turtle. Then I couldn't get my stupid hip strap off.

But, after I fought with it a minute, I was able to disconnect everything and finally get up. And right around the next corner was the parking lot!

I MADE IT!!!!

I honestly don't know how I did this....fight, cussedness, and maybe a wee little bit of help from Allah. (Oh yes, I called on him numerous times - Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, too. At least I'm equal-opportunity.)

We got everybody in the cars, and headed for home. Finally getting back to town about 4pm....the parents were all waiting and we had the boys scattered in about 10 minutes.

Home, shower, supper, and bed at last!

Here's the summit overlooking Adams...I'm on the far left, Javi in the green jacket second from right.

http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc6/262115_10151320053824948_882579542_n.jpg

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Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 13:54:04
Hey Cancer, FU!

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 13:55:51
Boy that is in the Bad Idea Hall o' Fame.

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 13:58:14
Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:07:38
I'm gonna delete this blog -- I see that Tri wrote a wonderful post last night, and that truly deserves the Monday Marquee!

Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 14:09:49
Morning, comrades!

So how come "ambulatory" means the opposite of what you think it does?



Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:16:58
Quote by TriSec:
Morning, comrades!

So how come "ambulatory" means the opposite of what you think it does?

I am reminded of George Carlin... Why do we drive on a parkway and park in a driveway?


Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 14:29:03
Not to put the good and loyal TriSec under the spotlight, but this blog is why he is one of my heroes.

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 14:32:33
Comment by trojanrabbit on 11/12/2012 14:33:27
I cannot believe the waves of butthurt coming from the teabaggers (well, maybe I do). SECEDE!!! We're doomed, 0bummers gonna turn us into soshulists. I WANT to see Allen West try to get a recount. I WANT him to siphon more $ from the Teahadists in a doomed attempt. Jerome Corsi (AKA World Nut Daily) says all we have to do is to convince the GOP House to deliberately crash the economy (can we order a drone strike on WND HQ for trying to stir economic terrorism?)

I think the constant noise around here is getting to me. All the fans and blowers are very noisy and while I'm able to play music in the lab that's just adding to the noise level. One of the senior guys figured I was having problems and ordered for me some Bose noise cancelling headphones. Today I'm borrowing Mrs. Rabbit's pair to make sure they are comfortable. Big difference. And hers are fairly old. Playing Days of Future Passed and I'm already calming down.

Comment by Scoopster on 11/12/2012 14:34:33
Mornin' all & Happy Mondee!!


...and being a French woman she might cook it too!

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:35:06

While I understand the spirit, uhm...

In an op-ed for Politico, former George W. Bush adviser Karen Hughes writes that Republicans need to learn from their 2012 losses and “set a tone that is more respectful, positive and inclusive.”

“And,” Hughes continues, “if another Republican man says anything about rape other than it is a horrific, violent crime, I want to personally cut out his tongue.





Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:36:08
Quote by Mondobubba:
Geebus, Alan West is an ass!

Was it over when the Germans bombed pearl harbor? :lol:

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 14:43:32
Quote by Raine:

While I understand the spirit, uhm...

In an op-ed for Politico, former George W. Bush adviser Karen Hughes writes that Republicans need to learn from their 2012 losses and “set a tone that is more respectful, positive and inclusive.”

“And,” Hughes continues, “if another Republican man says anything about rape other than it is a horrific, violent crime, I want to personally cut out his tongue.





I think she was using what ya call it, irony?

Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 14:47:09
Say, about that billionaire Adelson guy...


In a wrongful termination lawsuit, the former head of Sands operations in Macau has accused billionaire gambling mogul and Republican supporter Sheldon Adelson of links to organized crime, approving prostitution in his casinos, and making questionable payments to Chinese government officials. Adelson strongly denies any wrongdoing. NBC News' Ian Williams reports.



Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:49:03
Grover Norquist talks shit.
“The president was elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney,” Norquist said on CBS’s “This Morning.” “(Obama) won by two points, but he didn’t make the case for higher taxes and higher spending. He kind of sounded like the opposite.”


Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:50:28
Quote by TriSec:
Say, about that billionaire Adelson guy...


In a wrongful termination lawsuit, the former head of Sands operations in Macau has accused billionaire gambling mogul and Republican supporter Sheldon Adelson of links to organized crime, approving prostitution in his casinos, and making questionable payments to Chinese government officials. Adelson strongly denies any wrongdoing. NBC News' Ian Williams reports.


I'm glad this is going forward. Sheldon is a creep and crook. HE was trying to buy amnesty in this election.

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 14:51:05
Quote by TriSec:
Say, about that billionaire Adelson guy...


In a wrongful termination lawsuit, the former head of Sands operations in Macau has accused billionaire gambling mogul and Republican supporter Sheldon Adelson of links to organized crime, approving prostitution in his casinos, and making questionable payments to Chinese government officials. Adelson strongly denies any wrongdoing. NBC News' Ian Williams reports.




You didn't know about him being in bed with the triads?

Comment by trojanrabbit on 11/12/2012 14:52:53
Quote by Raine:
Grover Norquist talks shit.
“The president was elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney,” Norquist said on CBS’s “This Morning.” “(Obama) won by two points, but he didn’t make the case for higher taxes and higher spending. He kind of sounded like the opposite.”

Apparently Grover hasn't grown up any from when he dreamed up his Pledge at his mommy's house.

Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 14:53:47
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.


Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 14:55:18
Quote by trojanrabbit:
Quote by Raine:
Grover Norquist talks shit.
“The president was elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney,” Norquist said on CBS’s “This Morning.” “(Obama) won by two points, but he didn’t make the case for higher taxes and higher spending. He kind of sounded like the opposite.”

Apparently Grover hasn't grown up any from when he dreamed up his Pledge at his mommy's house.
Nothing will ever beat *Snoopy snoopy poop dog*


Comment by Scoopster on 11/12/2012 14:56:08
Quote by TriSec:
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.

Nice to know all those folks that the greedy chain pizza joints will be laying off for no good reason will be able to get MUCH better paying and more secure jobs in the healthcare industry.

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 15:00:28
Quote by trojanrabbit:
Quote by Raine:
Grover Norquist talks shit.
“The president was elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney,” Norquist said on CBS’s “This Morning.” “(Obama) won by two points, but he didn’t make the case for higher taxes and higher spending. He kind of sounded like the opposite.”

Apparently Grover hasn't grown up any from when he dreamed up his Pledge at his mommy's house.



Maaaaam! I need to more Cheetos, Malomarsh, and Jolt!

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:00:35
Papa John's 2011 financial statement:

Earnings/share:

12/28/08=$1.31

12/25/11=$2.22

Net income, net of non-controlling interests

2011: $55,655,000
2010: $51,940,000
2009: $57,453,000
2008: $36,796,000
2007: $32,735,000


Just saying.....

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 15:04:56
Quote by TriSec:
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.



Damn that sounds like our hiring. We are packing people in everywhere. We've got copywriters in a conference room. Designers in crammed unused offices.

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 15:05:50
Quote by Raine:
Papa John's 2011 financial statement:

Earnings/share:

12/28/08=$1.31

12/25/11=$2.22

Net income, net of non-controlling interests

2011: $55,655,000
2010: $51,940,000
2009: $57,453,000
2008: $36,796,000
2007: $32,735,000


Just saying.....


That John's a massive, greedy, unable to look past himself tool?

Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 15:07:53
In other news....remember how convinced I was that dairy was a trigger and was giving me agita during treatment?

I am now equally convinced that it was all in my head. Camping, of course, you eat what is presented to you or go hungry.

I ate cheese and drank black coffee this past weekend with wild abandon...and NO ILL EFFECTS.

I also had cheese with breakfast this morning and another cup of coffee today. Still feeling OK. (coming off the weekend when it would affect me - I've snuck stuff on the off-cycle with no real issues.)


Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:09:15
Quote by Mondobubba:
Quote by TriSec:
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.



Damn that sounds like our hiring. We are packing people in everywhere. We've got copywriters in a conference room. Designers in crammed unused offices.
this is the kinda news that more people need to get out there.

Bobber is now in Atlanta at headquarters -- not sure what is going to happen, but I know it will be good things.


Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 15:09:41
Quote by Raine:
Papa John's 2011 financial statement:

Earnings/share:

12/28/08=$1.31

12/25/11=$2.22

Net income, net of non-controlling interests

2011: $55,655,000
2010: $51,940,000
2009: $57,453,000
2008: $36,796,000
2007: $32,735,000


Just saying.....



That's the whole 'profit-driven' society that drives me mad sometimes. If that 14 cents per pizza thing circulating on FB is to be believed, then do it the capitalist way and raise the pizza cost by 14 freakin' cents instead of cutting off your employees.

Or better yet, take a cut on the profits and do the right thing. Anybody have any data on how many pizzas a year the chain sells, and what the cost breakdown might be?



Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 15:14:16
Quote by TriSec:
Quote by Raine:
Papa John's 2011 financial statement:

Earnings/share:

12/28/08=$1.31

12/25/11=$2.22

Net income, net of non-controlling interests

2011: $55,655,000
2010: $51,940,000
2009: $57,453,000
2008: $36,796,000
2007: $32,735,000


Just saying.....



That's the whole 'profit-driven' society that drives me mad sometimes. If that 14 cents per pizza thing circulating on FB is to be believed, then do it the capitalist way and raise the pizza cost by 14 freakin' cents instead of cutting off your employees.

Or better yet, take a cut on the profits and do the right thing. Anybody have any data on how many pizzas a year the chain sells, and what the cost breakdown might be?



Cut profits? Are you mad, Sir? Your investors would shit themselves.


Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 15:16:29
OK, so Papa John's sells about 17 million pizzas a year.

At 14 cents per pizza, that's $2,380,000 for healthcare.

Which would reduce their 2011 net income from 55,655,000 to 53,275,000.

Boo freakin' hoo.



Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:22:02
Quote by TriSec:
OK, so Papa John's sells about 17 million pizzas a year.

At 14 cents per pizza, that's $2,380,000 for healthcare.

Which would reduce their 2011 net income from 55,655,000 to 53,275,000.

Boo freakin' hoo.

Papa is lying to people.

That POS is playing politics -- HIS COMPANY IS DOING WAY BETTER than it was in 2009.


Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:23:50
I got this information from DU, and I checked the Annual report -- it is correct.

This guy is just flat out lying to people so he can make even MORE profit.



Comment by trojanrabbit on 11/12/2012 15:27:00
Quote by Raine:
Quote by Mondobubba:
Quote by TriSec:
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.



Damn that sounds like our hiring. We are packing people in everywhere. We've got copywriters in a conference room. Designers in crammed unused offices.
this is the kinda news that more people need to get out there.

Bobber is now in Atlanta at headquarters -- not sure what is going to happen, but I know it will be good things.

We've hired 8 people here in the last quarter and we're bursting at the seams.

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:36:35
Quote by trojanrabbit:
Quote by Raine:
Quote by Mondobubba:
Quote by TriSec:
And in the middle of all that job-killing healthcare regulation, hiring remains steady at FCHP with 28 new folks added over the past month. This rate has been constant since I got here at the beginning of the year.



Damn that sounds like our hiring. We are packing people in everywhere. We've got copywriters in a conference room. Designers in crammed unused offices.
this is the kinda news that more people need to get out there.

Bobber is now in Atlanta at headquarters -- not sure what is going to happen, but I know it will be good things.

We've hired 8 people here in the last quarter and we're bursting at the seams.
You know, I remember back in 2008 and earlier most of us at this corner of the universe were unemployed or seriously underemployed.

It really gives me pause.


Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 15:44:38
Quote by Raine:
You know, I remember back in 2008 and earlier most of us at this corner of the universe were unemployed or seriously underemployed.

It really gives me pause.



You might have a point there. This blog is no way a microcosm of America (with all of us East-coast liberals), but nevertheless seeing what we all went through and now this turnaround....I do need to go "hmmmm....."



Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 15:51:36
Quote by Raine:
I got this information from DU, and I checked the Annual report -- it is correct.

This guy is just flat out lying to people so he can make even MORE profit.




He wants to add a wing to "The Castle"

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 15:53:36
Quote by TriSec:
Quote by Raine:
You know, I remember back in 2008 and earlier most of us at this corner of the universe were unemployed or seriously underemployed.

It really gives me pause.



You might have a point there. This blog is no way a microcosm of America (with all of us East-coast liberals), but nevertheless seeing what we all went through and now this turnaround....I do need to go "hmmmm....."

I think the only one of us (sorry to sound exclusive) was Mala. (girlfriend is still at the dentist. )

it's pretty amazing, no?


I've known you all from New York to Georgia to Virginia --

It's been a hella ride. I think we are doing better.

Having been with youall from New york to Georgia and now Virginia


Comment by TriSec on 11/12/2012 16:00:07
Say, how about a brief observation from your provincial Bostonian?

Having spent the weekend in the far Western reaches of this Commonwealth (Adams, MA...you could look it up.) I'm fairly amazed. The Northwest corner of this state is all college towns and artist communities...and things seemed to be thriving out there.

Driving through the area, there seemed to be little of the "urban blight" we tend to associate with recessions - the few strip malls out there were full, and very little sign of abandoned buildings or empty storefronts like I see around some of the Metrowest area.

Very interesting, to say the least.

Comment by trojanrabbit on 11/12/2012 16:22:00
Quote by Mondobubba:
Quote by Raine:
I got this information from DU, and I checked the Annual report -- it is correct.

This guy is just flat out lying to people so he can make even MORE profit.




He wants to add a wing to "The Castle"

Maybe, in typical Republican fashion, it's time to dump the wife in favor of a newer model, or maybe one with ties to an even richer family than him and he knows that lawyers are expensive.

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 16:28:23
Quote by TriSec:
Say, how about a brief observation from your provincial Bostonian?

Having spent the weekend in the far Western reaches of this Commonwealth (Adams, MA...you could look it up.) I'm fairly amazed. The Northwest corner of this state is all college towns and artist communities...and things seemed to be thriving out there.

Driving through the area, there seemed to be little of the "urban blight" we tend to associate with recessions - the few strip malls out there were full, and very little sign of abandoned buildings or empty storefronts like I see around some of the Metrowest area.

Very interesting, to say the least.
I really believe that the nation is doing better than the media has told us.

It's a a far more profitable story to say America sucks than America is BACK!

Fear sells. I said it before and will say it again: I am sick and f'ingtired of being told that America sucks because the economy is terrible.

The economy is not terrible. It WAS terrible. -- hello, Autumn 2008??? Winter 2012 calling...
It's coming back That is PROGRESS.


I know Adams, it is pretty much my former back yard.






Comment by wickedpam on 11/12/2012 16:35:15
Hello!

Comment by Will in Chicago on 11/12/2012 16:35:59
Good morning, bloggers!!

TriSec, thanks for sharing this great experience with us. I have never been in the western part of Massachusetts, but it appears lovely.

Here in the Chicago area, I see some shuttered businesses but others have opened.

As for myself, the job search continues. I will call a friend this week to see when she thinks mid year teaching jobs will open in the Bay State. I am also checking teaching jobs here as well as non-teaching jobs. At least I got two interviews recently after NOTHING for about a year. So, maybe things are looking up.

Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 16:36:16
Quote by wickedpam:
Hello!
DAWLFACE!

How are you feeling?


Comment by wickedpam on 11/12/2012 16:38:08
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
Hello!
DAWLFACE!

How are you feeling?


numb, very numb which is a good thing since they finished up the root canals Yay! now onto some lovely crowns.

I'll be happy when I can feel the right side of my upper lip again


Comment by Raine on 11/12/2012 16:38:29
Quote by Will in Chicago:
Good morning, bloggers!!

TriSec, thanks for sharing this great experience with us. I have never been in the western part of Massachusetts, but it appears lovely.

Here in the Chicago area, I see some shuttered businesses but others have opened.

As for myself, the job search continues. I will call a friend this week to see when she thinks mid year teaching jobs will open in the Bay State. I am also checking teaching jobs here as well as non-teaching jobs. At least I got two interviews recently after NOTHING for about a year. So, maybe things are looking up.

YOU Will, YOU. WE need to get you a job. You have too much schmahts to not be working,



Comment by wickedpam on 11/12/2012 16:42:24
Quote by Raine:
Quote by Will in Chicago:
Good morning, bloggers!!

TriSec, thanks for sharing this great experience with us. I have never been in the western part of Massachusetts, but it appears lovely.

Here in the Chicago area, I see some shuttered businesses but others have opened.

As for myself, the job search continues. I will call a friend this week to see when she thinks mid year teaching jobs will open in the Bay State. I am also checking teaching jobs here as well as non-teaching jobs. At least I got two interviews recently after NOTHING for about a year. So, maybe things are looking up.

YOU Will, YOU. WE need to get you a job. You have too much schmahts to not be working,



They are always building new schools in Loudoun county, although Prince William and Fairfax are growing counties too in VA


Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 16:56:18
Quote by TriSec:
Say, how about a brief observation from your provincial Bostonian?

Having spent the weekend in the far Western reaches of this Commonwealth (Adams, MA...you could look it up.) I'm fairly amazed. The Northwest corner of this state is all college towns and artist communities...and things seemed to be thriving out there.

Driving through the area, there seemed to be little of the "urban blight" we tend to associate with recessions - the few strip malls out there were full, and very little sign of abandoned buildings or empty storefronts like I see around some of the Metrowest area.

Very interesting, to say the least.


Redneckistan is still struggling to recover. There are tons of empty storefronts in the strip malls down this way. However, there was massive over building on said strip malls, so there is that.


Comment by Will in Chicago on 11/12/2012 17:01:02
Quote by wickedpam:
Quote by Raine:
Quote by Will in Chicago:
Good morning, bloggers!!

TriSec, thanks for sharing this great experience with us. I have never been in the western part of Massachusetts, but it appears lovely.

Here in the Chicago area, I see some shuttered businesses but others have opened.

As for myself, the job search continues. I will call a friend this week to see when she thinks mid year teaching jobs will open in the Bay State. I am also checking teaching jobs here as well as non-teaching jobs. At least I got two interviews recently after NOTHING for about a year. So, maybe things are looking up.

YOU Will, YOU. WE need to get you a job. You have too much schmahts to not be working,



They are always building new schools in Loudoun county, although Prince William and Fairfax are growing counties too in VA



I can see about whether my licenses would transfer over, although I am really not up to spending a few hundred on tests and licensing fees. At this point, a job is a job. (I am even checking retail work out here.)

Comment by Mondobubba on 11/12/2012 17:04:28
Thank you, War On Drugs! Thanks for making it impossible for me to get decongestants that work when the pharmacy section of many of the fine retail establishment in my area are closed. Thanks for not looking at the reality of the meth trade, but at the media hype. Thank you for your misguided 40 years of abject failure.