Congratulations Gladstoned !!!!!

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by NurseNancy420, Jul 14, 2016.


    NurseNancy420 Well-Known Member

    basically yes @pergamum362 .. Abe the war on drugs has become a war on our children..right now justice for little Gladstoned jr will depend on the the local prosecutor and how his minions prosecutor got his job by 6 votes...we can send him back to the private sector
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    abe supercro Well-Known Member

    by only 6 votes? i demand a recount.

    here's to hoping everything goes smoothly this week. forgot to mention my buddy n his wife, who had visit, did not have a gro. she happened to be a 'patient' w/out a caregiver and no plants if that even matters.
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    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    i was just simply stating what i thought a relevant scenario was, and that sometimes cps doesnt really care and it wholey depends on the worker they get. It just seems that some think were no longer targets, i figure my exp might open some more eyes to the fact that we are still targets and hush hush is best.
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    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    She has a card as well.

    alcohol Active Member

    congrats gladstoned. BTW>. I think I saw you at blissfest. at least someone who had a t shirt on which said "gladstoned" I was going to walk up and say Hi but then I couldnt find you again.. anyways.. Hi.
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    NurseNancy420 Well-Known Member

    there was a recount ;) still won...
    Then he failed my boy, closed anything that looked like a dyspo down on the advice of LEO/tnt.. Then ran for a judges seat , we got involved and he lost by %62.. We hav the power at the local level to clean a lot of these old dinosaurs out of our lives this November

    gladstoned Well-Known Member

    It wasn't me.
    (I am usually wearing a Medicated Acres tshirt)

    gladstoned Well-Known Member

    Still no home visit.

    Corso312 Well-Known Member

    Congrats buddy!
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    blu3bird Well-Known Member


    Hey congratulations, what a good looking little kid. Hope everything works out for you with CPS. My brother just went through a years worth of bullshit from Bethany Christian services because CPS removed his kids from his x-wife. Fucking nightmare those people are. He finally got custody back, but it was a real battle, they do everything they can to try and tear apart families.

    gladstoned Well-Known Member

    Home visit went well.
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    Elwood Diggler Well-Known Member

    congrats man
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    NurseNancy420 Well-Known Member

    Hopefully just a gov parasite justifing their existence..
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    Murfy Well-Known Member


    positive for cannabinoids, in breastmilk, but dont forget to take your acetaminophen!

    fucking dick tards. dont let her taake the vics bro. they did th same to my ol lady and she ate them. my son is bright, for sure, but there is no denying the effects of the tylenol,even if they arent evident.

    im easily smarter, and more experienced at healing people than 65% of doctors. them fucks are just some preppy shill butt plugs. @Dr. anybody

    potsnoberry Active Member

    Most doctors are totally useless these days, as they provide health care by a "script" that their corporate overlords provide, and that script is there to maximize profit, manage liability and fuck everything else. So yes, you could probably do better than our shackled doctorate, in fact the hospitals profitably agree, as you can wander into a hospital for a day and never see anyone above nurse practitioner and still go home with a 20k bill. And what does a NP make, hardly more than a minimum wage i would bet...
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    NurseNancy420 Well-Known Member

    I just wander in and pick up scrubs n hemostats... Ssshhhh I'm not really a nurse ;)~
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    postedup610 Well-Known Member

    I know I am late to the party, but congrats on the kid, and I am glad they are not harassing you.
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    phaquetoo Well-Known Member

    I do know that any one who gets ins from the state/county gets tested when they have a baby!

    They have no business testing a baby born to people who pay for their own health ins, unless there are complications during birth!

    All you have to do is make sure you have a clean home, a good crib/bed for the kid, food in the fridge and cupboards and dont look like you live in a crack house!

    I had cps involved one time, they actualy went to my kids school before they came and seen me and mom, I was livid! They visited us one time, I had a grow in my basement, they never left my kitchen, they didnt check cupboards or fridge, the house was clean and we looked like normal people who take care of there property!

    It is scary that is for sure, it was over as fast as it started!

    I wish you both the best! Congrats on that new bundle of joy (untill the middle of the night lol) and try not to swet it, Im betting you will all be good!


    Bear420 Well-Known Member

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    Velvet Elvis Well-Known Member

    is growing with kids in the house a big issue for michigan? registered card holder, and thinking of getting back with the ex and having kids come home

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