On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 03:09:29PM +0100, Niall Walsh wrote:
> more safely as a result. As someone mentioned before, how many people
> drive having drunk cough medicine.
Are you talking about the stuff they sell around here that contains
dissociatives (too tired to think of spelling), Robitussin, or opiates
like Cosylan? ;)
The latter is common in Norway (prescription only, but relatively cheap;
dosage is about the same as codeine for a "high"); side-effects usually
include not being able to enter a car, fortunately. People on
dissociatives might *think* they're able to drive. Then again, I haven't
heard of much cough syrup abuse in Europe. Yet.
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