A Link between Medications and Shootings

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by novamind, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. novamind

    novamind
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  2. revjen45

    revjen45
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    So now the question is whether the meds make people crazier or were they taking the meds because they were crazy to start with? Antidepressants are also used for control of chronic pain. A pain control specialist wanted me to take Cymbalta, which I rejected out of hand. It's probably no coincidence that nearly all of the school shooters have been on neurotransmitter regulators, or that they choose disarmed victim zones.
     
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  3. LastinrugerIII

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    Drugs are bad. Peolpe on drugs with guns are worse.
     
  4. RLW

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    Most all medications are bad for you. If you go to the Dr. and are told you should start taking a medication of any kind, please do your research before you decide to take that medication. And while this is especially important for Psych medications, it applies to all medication.
     

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