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@RedPirate751 Depends, if it’s a setting that involves me being completely on point on a high energy environment then I’d pull back, but for a date with a girl I had only positive experiences with, I wouldn’t.
She’ll channel the “alpha” in you because that what you and she expect. The slight increase adrenaline from getting to know someone new will do the rest.
I say do it!
@TwoInchesOfShaft Agree and you reminded me of a female employee who popped acetaminophen like tic tags despite knowing the specific dangers and feeling abdominal pain at higher doses.
But in context with Laetrile because the underlying mechanism is indiscriminately harmful to healthy cells there exists no sweet spot to titrate the dose just perfect for desired effect. Its effects are the effects of global cyanide poisoning.
Quick question for you guys opinion.
I had a not-great date last night (made a little FR about it, basically I made a frame error but the girl had serious mental health issues so I'm glad it didn't happen) and now I have another one tonight with a girl (let's call her Girl 2) that things have gone quite well with but I'm wondering if I should reschedule it for tomorrow or rally the troops for tonight. I'm feeling a little funky just because of last night's experience, and I didn't get a great night's sleep. On the other hand, I have been a stud on my previous dates with Girl 2 and enjoy her company, so going out with her will definitely be invigorating.
What I'm getting at is, when you guys are feeling off (for whatever reason, not necessarily the same as my story here) do you pull back a bit or do you get after it again immediately? I've had both strategies work for me in the past and I'm curious what you guys think about it.Read More
LD50 of chemo drugs runs around 1.2 times the effective dose is fatal compared to numbers in the dozens or hundreds for common OTC drugs
At least that’s what most people think. Actually, the lethal dose vs effective dose of many common OTC drugs lies at 2-4x the maximum dose. See Acetaminophen for example.
But you are obviously right, some cancer drugs are even given as a lethal dose and then the patient is rescued with antidote.