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Wednesday, November 01, 2017


So I see you qoute one of my tweets as a tweet "referencing actual nonmedical drug use"

However had you even bothered to read over my feed for that time you would see that tweet was in reference to prescribed medication being used for post surgery recovery as directed by my doctor.

If you're going to take my words and use them as the ideal example for your study, perhaps take the time to insure that:

a) context is taken into account
b) the person you are going to qoute for your American based study is actually from America...

Seeing as you could not even got your prime example correct, this shows how sloppy the study was and how flawed the findings would be.

But thanks for trying to paint me as some kind of addict.

Thanks for your interest in The BASIS. To clarify, we did not conduct this study ourselves. The study's authors included your tweet and others to illustrate their findings. In light of your comment, we have deleted the tweet examples from our summary. You can find more about the original study here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306460316302994

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