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John Legere is T-Mobile USA's latest CEO. He is known to speak his mind in an outspoken, no bullshit approach. He hates AT&T like any normal human being (after working there for 20 years) and routinely disses other carriers on Twitter. He even crashed an AT&T sponsored party and was kicked out. His "UNcarrier" approach to cellular service has brought T-Mobile into a new age with millions of new loyal subscribers. He arguably has some of the most hilariously blunt statements, lines, insults, quotes whatever of any modern CEO. Considered one of the most dangerous opponents of AT&T, Verizon and Sprint because he fearlessly goes after them all the while making T-Mobile USA and its network even better. He makes unprofessional the new professional.
"I just wanted to see Macklemore….." - John Legere after being kicked out by AT&T from an AT&T event with Macklemore.

“These high and mighty duopolist that are raping you for every penny you have, If they could do something nice for you they would, The fuckers hate you.” - John Legere talking about AT&T and Verizon.

"What the fuck are you doing putting it in your pocket and sitting on it for? That's some horse shit. This thing doesn't fucking bend." - John Legere on the iPhone 6 Plus "Bendgate"

"We are either going to take over this whole industry, or these bastards are going to change, and the whole industry is going to shift. I don’t give a g--damn which. I can’t wait to watch the peckers scream and cry."

"There should be an energy drink next to the doobie in your goodie bag." - John Legere at a public event
by CTU_FieldAgent200 October 19, 2014
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1. When you've had a long day and your just beat and so tired. Usually someone wants to chat at this point but your so damn tired so it's hard to even think.

2. To be under the Influence of opioids and/or benzos to the point of being halfway to completely fucked up. Characteristics include not caring about anything, weird vision, ect.
1. Last night this girl txted me and starting flirting with me but I worked for 10 hours at the hospital and my caffeine was wearing off so I started noddin' and fell asleep.

2. I ate half a Xanax bar and then took a 30mg roxi at the same time and washed it down with some grapefruit juice. Holyshit I was noddin' harder than lil wayne.
by CTU_FieldAgent200 December 15, 2010
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When your so full of opioids (Oxy, hydrodocone, H, morph, dilaudid, etc.) that your just in pure bliss regardless of your situation. Usually results in just dazing off, pin point pupils, empathogenic feelings, etc. Sometimes you don't even need to use allot of opioids just a low dose with a low doze benzo.
-Aw man feeling good atm after popping a 1mg k-pin and a lortab 10....Just enough to take the anxiety away and kill any bodily pain...er um its real funny though my intestines have decided not to move but right now this opioid haze is something from the heavens.
by CTU_FieldAgent200 February 12, 2011
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What doctors and more often physician assistants put up when someone with legitimate chronic pain has exhausted all other options aside from opioids; potent narcotic analgesics. The reason for it is usually the provider has been harassed by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) into thinking they have some "quota" or max number of times they can write for opioids which is bogus.

The shield usually consists of blatant lies to patients such as:
"I actually can't prescribe narcotics..."
"There is too much of a risk of addiction with that product so I'm not going to prescribe it"
"Its too addictive"
"I'm not allowed"
Or commonly just a blank stare as they look at you as if you just asked for 900mg of heroin in tablet form simultaneously coming up with a way to avoid the topic. Ask any chronic pain patient how many times they've had to arm wrestle physicians for better quality of life.
John 19 years old had been a star power lifter and football player for 5 years, towards the end of his high school experience he herniated a disc in his neck resulting in severe weakness and shooting pain in both arms. After 12 months of pain management with full compliance and patience John showed little improvement in his pain levels despite trying everything his physician suggested. When he asked for something stronger his doctor accused him of being drug seeking and dismissed his requests. When John ended up with more pain he had to see his doctors physicians assistant since the doctor was too busy playing golf. The physicians assistant lied to John and told him "he could not prescribe pain killers", the PA obviously didn't have the balls to be upfront and John continues to suffer.

Earny 91 years old had been doing manual labor work for over 30 years and was hit by a car causing severe pain that could not be resolved with regular pain killers. His doctor refused to put him on MS Contin or any other pain killers citing the fact that he could become addicted. Even though Earny's health was rapidly deteriorating his doctor put his own agenda ahead of Earny's quality of life. Earny died a slow painful death which could have been eased with Morphine.

Narcotics are vital and legitimate aspects of medicine! Do not be an opiophobic shield to a better life for pain patients!
by CTU_FieldAgent200 October 25, 2011
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Something of a daily occurance, NCIS is a great show and it seams its so great that they have "Marathon's" almost everyday. Do not get sucked in as these last for 12-24 hours and you will get nothing done.
Person 1: I'm going to work on my project *walks into TV room* EWWW!!! NCIS Marathon! *Two hours later*: Shit I got nothing done!

In short don't get sucked in.
by CTU_FieldAgent200 February 15, 2010
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I'll go over the two definitions that'll will interest most

-potent naturally occurring opioid pain killer widely used for severe pain as well as anesthesia in hospitals. Poor bio availability orally (~10%) means it's best route is IV or IM. Longer lasting than some others. Extremely addictive, would not suggest you abuse or even use unless in pain

-powerful opioid best slammed for best effects. If slammed you'll feel a warm rush (fireworks) up your arm and then a rush straight to the brain, you'll feel weak, and tired but in a good way sort of like an orgasm. Highly addictive, somewhat over rated with some of the "newer" opioids which feel allot better IMO like oxycodone, oxymorphone (best rush ever) and hydromorphone.

Overall a very useful drug for both legitimate and recreational uses...again it's dangerous and you can OD easily or become addicted. Drugs are nothing to mess with if you don't know anything about them or you have a very addictive personality.
Jake: the other day I had to go to the ER for severe pain, they gave me a morphine injection it felt soooo good and releaved my pain but I wouldn't abuse it not worth the legal issues, money and trouble
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Thomas: ah God you got dat morphine Jake? You gotta get me some broski...that shit makes you melt awayyyy...luckyy

Jake: agreed it was a pretty crazy rush but I'm not into abusing drugs, it cam cause allot of issues

Thomas: ight that's cool brah..if you ever get any OCs hit me up
by CTU_FieldAgent200 November 12, 2010
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