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2023.05.31 18:30 loadedpotatoskin question about what my pharmacist said

Hi! so my doctor sent in my medication (hydrocodone) about an hour ago. I have been going to a mom and pop pharmacy the past 2 times because I left CVS.
Anyways, when I called them to ask around what time I should pick up my medications the pharmacist said that they “still have to run it through the federal website to make sure it’s okay to fill”. And that they would call me back in a couple hours.
I’m just wondering if that’s something they always do or if there’s going to be an issue. I’ve been having meds filled for a year and have never heard of that.
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2023.05.31 18:22 Narrow_Tour3965 What's full time hours for floater pharmacist?

Hi everyone! I'm a new grad who is signing on with Walmart soon once I pass my MPJE. The DM has offered 48 hours once licensed, but when I asked for full time hours because to me 48 hours is per pay period not per week, they state that 48 hours if full time and when I try to clarify is this 48 hours per pay period (so 2 weeks) or 48 hours per week they just keep responding with the position is full time and I can always pick up additional hours. This is my question. What is full time hours for a floater pharmacist at Walmart? I tried to ask the DM this same question and they never outright answered with a number of hours. I know for CVS and Walgreens full time is 60 hours per pay period. I also know that pharmacist hours have been cut in my area because of how many Walmart stores have been closed in just the past 3 months and we've absorbed those closed stores pharmacists and techs into our district so could this be impacting what full time is considered by the company? Thank you for any clarification from a confused new grad who doesn't want to be taken advantage of at a new retail pharmacy (rip my intern years at the three letter giant).
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2023.05.31 18:00 alyssalee33 drug test

i have an offer for a pharmacy tech at a cvs in massachusetts. Can you be a tech if you smoke weed? i took some edibles before i applied for the job it’s been about 2 weeks since i took them and they’re saying i have to get drug tested sometime this week, will this be a problem?
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2023.05.31 17:18 DoraDoodle [Thank You] My mailbox was happy yesterday

Thank you for all the lovely cards, and making my day very happy!
U/todayisfab U/sebisrude U/KeenEvergreen U/PinkPengin
Thanks so much for the Arizona postcard featuring the Saguaro National Park. I envy you getting to meet up, I know it was a great afternoon that you will long remember.
U/figs1997 - Thank you for the beautiful Long Island Historical Map card. I love it, and it should be in a frame.
U/Jaimekj - Thank you for the lovely postcard from Turkey. I enjoyed hearing about your planters, I hope they all grow quickly and produce well into the summer.
U/melhen16 - Many thanks for the cheery Hello Summer card. I’m ready for summer, are you?
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2023.05.31 16:45 turquoise-sparkles I’m a SAHM looking to get back in the work force. Aiming for customer service/bookkeeping jobs. I created this resume last night & wanting new eyes on it. Thx!

Resume is 2 pages long. I also have NO CLUE how to make “customer service specialist” aka my job title seem more professional/ more qualified/not basic. My experience is kind of all over the place. I am aware that I need to switch the order in which I became a sales rep then a supervisor. It was late when I made this resume. Thanks a bunch!
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2023.05.31 16:16 Alternative-Alt85 Sätra, Stockholm Iceberg (write any entry in comments and i'll explain)

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2023.05.31 11:07 FocusAny1808 Trip report - 16 days in Tokyo/Osaka/Kyoto with a 3.5 year old

This forum has given me so much good advice, thought I would return the favour if you’re ever in Japan with a small human.
Stroller and getting around
We hired a stroller from a nice lady (cash only) and it was a lifesaver in that it was extremely foldable so we could get it into restaurants and up and down stairs if we needed to. Generally speaking, the metro in Tokyo is accessible and there are lifts everywhere — just follow the signs. (If you use Google maps, it won’t tell you where the accessible exits are - only the nearest exits). However the JR isn’t accessible at all and lifts are almost non existent. A foldable pram works well in a taxi if the walking gets too much. We took buses in Kyoto with the pram and it was not my favourite as the buses get really crowded and you have to try and “sumimasen” your way to the front to pay the fare (don’t sit in the back of the bus.)
In Tokyo, everything opens at 11am. So we relied fairly heavily on the local 7/11 for breakfast and snacks. We did do a few restaurants that had lines and had to rely on electronic distraction (ie Octonauts on the iPad with headphones) to keep the small human occupied. Every restaurant will give you wipes so I stashed a lot of these in my bag for future use, you will need them. Not every restaurant will give the kid a fork (or think to give the kid a fork) so there was a few times when I used a plastic one stored from my bag. There really weren’t any high chairs (not that we needed one anyway but it occurred to me that we never got an offer) so either he had his own seat or was propped on my lap if it was a tight restaurant.
Take a stash of garbage bags with you, there are no bins anywhere. You’ll need them for stashing snack wrappers, empty bottles, whatever refuse your toddler dreams up.
Luggage forwarding
I had visions in my head of never having to move luggage the entire time. But it turns out that we were in an apartment/hotel/rental in Osaka that didn’t accept forwarding so that popped a hole in that dream. Check with your hotel!
Pokémon Centre
The kid loves Pokémon but I didn’t like my chances of booking a space in the cafe (there was no space). We went anyway and worked our away around the massive gift store which he was just as happy with. Came out with a whole bunch of Pokémon merch as the centre intended. It is hilariously noted that the same merch was cheaper in Yobodashi. Oh, and the kid lost the Eevee figurine several times (showed up in the pram cover and then lost forever in the streets of Harajuku) so if your kid is particularly attached to small pieces, I would consider getting duplicates (after Harajuku, we got Eevee triplicates)
Disney Sea
I guess the only thing I can say is: don't go when it's raining? (We had booked on Klook in advance and were locked in.) Everybody else had the same idea and the park was pretty empty. I think it might have been nice on a sunny day. All the stalls were closed, lots of rides were not possible or at least looked incredibly uncomfortable - the people on the Gondola looked pretty miserable. We mostly did the mermaid lagoon section which was targeted towards young kids and luckily undercover (not much wait times either) but all in all it was probably the shortest Disney trip I've ever done and we were out by 2pm.
As an observation, I thought it was interesting there was not much in the way of modern merch? No Frozen at all, no Encanto, no Moana etc etc you get the drift. Not a complaint, just interesting. Lots of headbands though.
Giant toy store with six different levels. We amazingly didn’t buy anything there but you might want to hold onto your wallet. I think we were an anomaly.
Booked Teamlabs pretty early on and so we had reserved tickets for the opening 10am session. It was pretty fun and definitely interesting. He wasn’t too thrilled with some of the darker rooms but worked his way through it. Wear shorts as there are some rooms where the water reached his thighs. If dark rooms and wet rooms are not your kids thing, the staff offer kid-friendly detours.
Osaka Castle
Spent a full day in the parks around Osaka Castle. Lots of park to run around and rocks to climb. With the castle, noting that the castle exterior is stunning however the interior is not for kids. It’s a museum for history buffs (so all me.) lots of reading and some photos and he bored of it really quickly. We ended up having to speed run down the floors. So not worth it with kids basically, he was much happier outside doing his thing. We also did the boat ride and it was eh.
Osaka Aquarium
We had high expectations that it would be as good as Monterey. It was really fantastic and had an awesome time but it’s a whole day excursion. All the kids had play passports that you can get at the front to stamp what animals you’ve seen. The kid was “fished out” by the last half an hour, he wanted to look at something other than fish and was (slightly) relieved to get out.
The kid loved the deer, and for the most part they were pretty gentle with him. They 100% were not so gentle on my husband and he got chased around. The temple was pretty amazing but the kid did not care so much about that and just wanted to go back and hang with the deer some more.
Umekoji Park
Took the small human to Umekoji Park and it was lovely with a creek that he could wade in (the Japanese kids brought toys and nets to scoop tadpoles) and a playground he could play in. Lots of greenery he could run around in. It wasn’t remarkable for me but he loved it so if you need green that doesn’t involve temples, it’s a good kid-friendly choice.
Arashima Bamboo and Monkey Park
We got up extra early to beat the crowds. The small human enjoyed the Bamboo Park and picking up sticks, it wasn’t too intensive for him as it was pretty pram-friendly. It turned into a thirty degree day as we headed to the Monkey Park. It’s a really steep incline 450m up so we didn’t bother to take the pram (although we saw some parents who did), he did really well and walked all the way up but I can understand that there are lots of kids who would not be thrilled with the idea. All the way up the top is a playground area so he glommed onto the playground and not so much the monkeys (ask me how thrilled I was that we walked that distance in steaming hot weather for him to be distracted by a shoddy seesaw)
I dragged him to see the monkeys and we kept a safe distance of 2 metres, but his heart wasn’t in it anymore.
Where we stayed
Mimaru Akasaka - Tokyo
Bon Condominium Umeda - Osaka
The Blossom - Kyoto
We did our best to stay in places that were 40sqm and family friendly. We knew that it would be pretty stressful to stay somewhere where we would be tripping over each other. As a result, our hotels required a little bit more in travel time (extra five to ten minutes?).
Our hotels were pretty great overall. Just a note though - Bon Condominium needed to turn on a boiler before we could get hot water for a shower. If you’re at The Blossom, make sure you check out the basement floor for free snacks.
Random bits and pieces
Random busty ladies
I have been to Japan a few times before (but never with a kid) and in those previous times, I have very distinct memories of lots of random not-quite-clothed manga statuettes everywhere I went. So I was all prepared to talk to the small human about what they were doing and why they were semi-dressed. But in my two weeks, I never saw a single one so my prepared speech never happened. I have no idea where they all went. Maybe they all migrated to Akhibara?
It’s random but you can buy this rub at any pharmacy and it saved my legs considerably on days when I walked 20kms.
Electronic distraction
I’m that parent. When the lines or the public transport ride was too long, I popped some headphones on and gave him an iPad. It saved my stress levels and from him getting completely rowdy. I think particularly the restauranteurs appreciated for the most part a silent child.
Most people speak English. They really appreciate it when you try to speak to them in Japanese though.
Mask usage has dropped considerably, even on public transport.
Kids clothes
Was all set to buy the kid a new wardrobe annnnd there’s not that many obvious places to buy kids clothes other than H&M and Uniqlo. Sometimes not even Uniqlo - the Roppongi store has no kids section as a case in point. H&M overall had the better selection.
Bathrooms are everywhere and they’re all extremely clean. We never really worried about finding one. We just made him go every three hours or so to avoid any potential issues or leaks. We only had one real emergency where I had to run him through a department store but got there in time and crisis was averted.
Happy to answer any questions or help where I can!
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2023.05.31 06:46 Slow-Addendum-7128 Essential Business Designation

If a business was deemed to be an essential business (specifically, an essential retailer) in 2020, does the distinction between essential and non-essential really matter for purposes of claiming the credit for a 2021 quarter?
For example, a pharmacy like CVS was essential because it provides medical prescriptions and services. However, it also sells magazines, holiday cards, candy and other goods unrelated to medical needs. By 2021, would a business like CVS be treated differently from candy, greeting cards, and liquor retailers, or are they stuck with the “essential” label? I know it ultimately depends on state guidance, but it seems like most states stopped utilizing the “essential” and “non-essential” designations at some point in 2020.
Just wondering if anybody has any thoughts on the subject!
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2023.05.31 06:26 Ursus520 Are there any pharmacies within 30 miles of Irvine that can reliably fill a prescription for Ritalin?

I'm trying to fill my daughter's prescription for 10 mg XR. Because of the national shortage, our local CVS cannot fill her prescription, nor can any other CVS I've tried. As a result, she ran out a week ago. I need to fill her current prescription, but I also need to find a pharmacy that can fill her refills more reliably than CVS can. I'd be very grateful for any recommendations.
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2023.05.31 06:25 daisysml My retail pharmacy is awful

The first instance occurred during my training at a separate store a year ago. I had accidentally dropped some capsules or tablets of a medication I was counting, and I immediately asked what I should do. The technician training me shrugged and told me to just pick it up (bare hands) and put it back in the bottle. Now, even as a new technician at that point in time, I thought this was strange and unsanitary.
A few weeks later, after returning to my pharmacy, I dropped more tablets. I asked the pharmacy manager what I should do. He told me to pick it back up and put it in the bottle. Another instance is I've seen him and other technicians repeatedly count with their bare hands when using the automatic counter (the machine that counts by the weight of the medication).
A few months go by. One day when I am working the water stops working. There was a pipe that had burst down the street. According to my state's law, a pharmacy must have running hot and cold water, and I brought this up to my boss who was also working. He asked the district pharmacy manager what to do, and she said to stay open anyway. My boss is another story for later.
The counting trays are not cleaned between each medication, which some technicians may recognize as important due to certain allergies like sulfa. They are not even cleaned periodically throughout the day. They do not clean between countings of medications such as Warfarin, which some may know is considered hazardous to those not taking it and is disposed of in hazardous waste. I try my best to clean the trays (when I could even find alcohol wipes to begin with).
At this pharmacy, one day, a person (who I will call John) abruptly leaned over the pharmacy counter and grabbed my hand with both of his hands and held tight. On a later date, John had come up to the register twice in a thirty-minute time period, making inappropriate comments. Then, he waited for me outside and watched me walk to my car and whistled a song at me.
Another individual (who I will call Daniel) had trouble with the general store manager (who I will call Sophia). Daniel comes into the store quite often looking for Sophia. He looks up and down the aisles. Whenever he comes in and Sophia is there, she runs to the office and watches him on the camera. Daniel had once sent her numerous love letters, leaving his phone number and such, to which Sophia's boyfriend had called and threatened to call the police. One day, Daniel appeared at the pharmacy register looking to ring a store item out. He had asked me very out-of-pocket, personal questions, to which I had lied knowing who he was as a person. At the end of the conversation, Daniel said, "You know, it's funny how people can't tell the truth anymore. There are really creepy guys out there haha."
Just last week, I was working behind the counter and counting a medication. One of the shift managers comes up to me to inform me there had been a kidnapping in the parking lot and that the other shift manager is calling the police. I don't know all of the details of this except that the person had screamed for help and such as they were dragged into a vehicle which sped off.
(Note: there are no official cameras in the parking lot)
Retail pharmacy is tough. Customers do not like "no" for an answer. Certain medications can be very important, but as a technician, there is only so much I could do in the grand scheme of Big Pharma.
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2023.05.31 06:09 Ursus520 Are there any pharmacies in or near Irvine that can reliably fill a prescription for Ritalin?

I'm trying to fill my daughter's prescription for 10 mg XR. Because of the national shortage, our local CVS cannot fill her prescription, nor can any other CVS I've tried. As a result, she ran out a week ago. I need to fill her current prescription, but I also need to find a pharmacy that can fill her refills more reliably than CVS can. I'd be very grateful for any recommendations.
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2023.05.31 05:45 JVann95 Hit and run and possible shooting off of 56th and Fowler. Anyone know what happened ?

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2023.05.31 04:57 todayistheeday Working at cvs has taken my soul

This is the most soul sucking, mind numbing, patience draining job I have ever had. Tomorrow is my last day because I can not do this anymore. I worked both Front Store and pharmacy and I hate it. Customers have zero respect and most are brainless and some coworkers are even worse. Good riddance to this awful part of my life. Fuck you CVS.
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2023.05.31 03:59 Adrians_Journeys The First Week La Primera Semana

The First Week La Primera Semana
Journal Entry - 4/23/2023 - 4:20p.m. - W. Springfield, Massachusetts
It has now been a week since Adrian left and my life came to a halt. I spent the last several days trying to work and just maintain my sanity. Mom and Dave came home late Friday night so I did my best to clean the house as much as possible on Thursday and Friday. Having mom back home has helped keep my emotional stability in check, though my sleep is still horrendous and I had a bad breakdown this morning. I struggle to keep the awful images of Adrian sick and struggling from invading my mind, and I become overwhelmed with sadness, guilt, and regret. Though now I have better clarity on what killed Adrian (basically, intestinal cancer), it still breaks my heart that I could not ease his pain and suffering. On the contrary - by taking away his Tramadol, I made it worse [I was concerned it would constipate him and worsen his intestinal issues].
His mom has been very kind and supportive since I left. She basically sees me as just an extension of Adrian now. She is grateful for the quality of life I provided her son these past five years, and his brother feels similarly.
The weather this weekend has been wet and awful, and I've been forced to stay indoors to try and make sense of all that has happened. A week from today I will be arriving in Chicago, but don't really know what for anymore. I've lost all purpose to my plans, and all my plans are now obsolete. I guess I just have to do it for the sake of moving - I can't say forward, as on the contrary, I feel I just stepped backwards by half a decade. If I could, I'd move back to Mexico, but work precludes me from doing so.
My theory is that my purpose is to help Adrian's family as much as possible. Although I am atheist, I do believe we all have "spirits" (for a lack of a better word) that guide us. Maybe his "spirit" sought me out intentionally five years ago, knowing that when his death was to arrive (and knowing how relatively quickly it would), that my "spirit" is one who would care for him in his last days, forgive him for his transgressions, and not only maintain contact with his family, but help and support them to break the terrible cycle of poverty and despair in which they are trapped. The day after I arrived home from Mexico, I started a GoFundMe page for his family and, to my incredible surprise, have raised $5,700 as of this moment. I'll keep it active until I go back down to Mexico for Adrian's birthday in August, and I will use the funds to support the education of Dorian [Adrian's little nephew], Fatima [Adrian's little niece], and Uziel [Adrian's 2-year-old cousin]. If I happen to raise an enormous amount of money, I will start an education center for Adrian's barrio, San Sebastian. I am a very firm believer that education is the key out of poverty, assuming you don't drop dead at 29 years old as Adrian did.
So this idea of "spirits" and finding a "purpose" within the terrible circumstances of this past week has provided me some solace, but has not been enough to overcome the haunting demons that rise up from the hellish bowels of my relentless brain. I have to sleep with the television on at all times, less my mind be allowed to fester in silence. Mom has been a good distraction as well, but I have an enormously long road to recovery ahead of me. I told Adrian (well, his "spirit") that he can't do what he did to me in the fall, infect me with HIV, and then just die and leave me all alone with the burden of helping his family. Absolutely fucking not (I mean, he can, and I won't be able to do anything about it, but it certainly wouldn't be very nice of him). And I am not a cruel, callous person, so of course I will do absolutely everything I can to help out his family. But I asked him to please send somebody my way who he feels is worthy of me, who can support and protect me, and, ideally, who will spend the rest of my life with me. I'm not ready for that yet, but when the right time comes. Nobody will ever replace Adrian obviously, nor do I want to replace him. What adds to the heartbreak that I feel is that, after 5 years, we knew each other so incredibly well, and now I have to start all over again with whomever I may attempt another relationship with. SO - I put the burden on Adrian to take care of this issue for me. I have neither the energy nor desire to look for another partner. It has been my life's epic central struggle trying to find a suitable partner, and apparently is continues to be as such. I flat-out refuse to let it continue to be a struggle. I'll live my life the best I can, take care of myself the best that I can, continue my Spanish learning, my job, and helping his family, but I am done looking for another partner. I abdicate that role to Adrian now. And he knows it (as does my mother, who truly believes he'll help me). But one day at a time...
To add to the absolute insanity of the past week, Grandma June tested positive for Covid on Wednesday and was quite sick. Aunti Mar and I got her to the Urgent Care clinic and I got her Paxclovid prescription from the pharmacy. The pharmacist said I looked tired and that one phrase was enough to trigger a breakdown in the middle of CVS pharmacy. She felt bad for making the comment and gave me a big hug which calmed me down. Grandma started her treatment that evening and I visited her Thursday and Friday mornings, helping her and holding her hand and hugging her as much as possible to make her more comfortable. She made a dramatic recovery thankfully and is now back to normal. I have accepted that I may be immune to Covid as I have not been infected at all by my many exposures - either by grandma's or Adrian's back in September. But I am thoroughly exhausted.
I cry thinking that just a couple weeks ago I was sleeping at Adrian's side. I miss him so much and have a lot of healing ahead of me.
Te amo, mi boo.
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2023.05.31 02:47 OkayFlan [THANK YOU] Thank you for thinking of me

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2023.05.31 02:13 MorningBeers69 *tried* to follow along with a Bob Ross book today.

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2023.05.31 01:14 Allen_Potter Found: drivers license above Bergen Park / Evergreen

WSS, I've got it. PM to get it back. 👍🏻
modz: hope this is okay. Delete if not...
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2023.05.30 23:05 For2ANJ 2 Weeks Ending 5.30.23 Media Coverage on Everything Guns in New Jersey

Here is a listing of all the media articles, for the past 2 weeks on anything gun related that related to New Jersey:
Note: Articles on the recent PI ruling have been omitted as covered in separate post (Link at bottom)
  1. Man Shot By Police After Firing Gun Near NJ Train Station: Mayor Wayne, NJ Patch
  2. Prosecutor: 6 NY men posed as police in armed NJ home invasion (
  3. New Jersey police officer who authorities say shot and killed a 911 caller is charged with manslaughter CNN
  4. Newark Sees 4th Multiple Shooting In A Month: 4 Shot, 1 Dead Newark, NJ Patch
  5. Person With Gun Reported At Great Falls, Juvenile Charged: Paterson PD Wayne, NJ Patch
  6. 13-year-old's shooting inspires anti-crime initiative in Newark, New Jersey for summer safety - ABC7 New York (
  7. Analysis: Three experts explain America's gun politics CNN
  8. NJ State Police seize guns from Paterson man and woman (
  9. NJ’s attorney general confronts gun violence, corruption, police reform — and a paradox - Gothamist
  10. NJ Teen Charged With Attempted Murder In Shooting Near Carnival East Brunswick, NJ Patch
  11. Pa. man charged after accidentally shooting himself at Wildwood Crest motel, police say PhillyVoice
  12. Church member arrested in shooting death of Sayreville councilwom (
  13. Student Photo With Firearm Probed, 'No Imminent Danger': Brick PD Brick, NJ Patch
  14. NJ road rage gunfire: 7 things to try when you’re this angry (
  15. Pleasantville, NJ, Man Facing Gun Charges After Foot Pursuit (
  16. DWI Driver Found With Loaded Gun After Crash: Montgomery Police Hillsborough, NJ Patch
  17. Three Youths Arrested in Trenton After Bucks Gun Store Heist – NBC10 Philadelphia (
  18. Mom says Newark police handcuffed 8-year-old daughter in search for big brother’s gun -
  19. Hero N.J. police officer wrestled ‘ghost gun’ from suspect, saved bystanders -
  20. Ex-Con Wanted In Edgewater Domestic Assault Caught Outside Cliffside Bar With Gun: Police Cliffside Park-Edgewater Daily Voice Serving Cliffside Park, Edgewater, Bogota, Fairview, and Ridgefield
  21. Atlantic County Man Sentenced for Possession of Illegal Handgun (
  22. Shots fired outside a Paterson school over parking, cops say (
  23. Authorities identify 8-year-old, man killed by gunman in N.J. apartment -
  24. Frackville man charged after gun discharges in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey, wounding him (
  25. Sen. Bob Menendez, Mayor Ras Baraka call for more enforcement of federal gun laws - CBS New York (
  26. Murphy Announces Intention to Nominate Michael Noriega to Serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court - Insider NJ
  27. Eunice Dwumfour murder: Arrest made in shooting death of New Jersey councilwoman - ABC7 New York (
  28. N.J. attorney convicted of murder in shooting death of his longtime girlfriend -
  29. Joaquin DeJesus, 53, of Atlantic City Sentenced to 8-Year Prison Term For Firearms Offenses - South Jersey Observer
  30. AI may be the future of preventing school shootings PIX11
  31. Chicago man arrested in NJ DWI with stolen gun from Alabama (
  32. NJ Fugitive Joel Martinez Accused of Pistol-Whipping Transgender Woman, Shooting Others – NBC10 Philadelphia (
  33. InsiderNJ's Fight of the Week: Platkin v. Bumb (and Guns) - Insider NJ
  34. Worker Wrestles Gun From Gas Station Convenience Store Robber On Route 46 Saddle Brook-Elmwood Park Daily Voice Your Local News for Saddle Brook and Elmwood Park, New Jersey
  35. Armed robber steals thousands in cash from NJ pharmacy (
  37. Man charged in N.J. cold case killing was arrested with murder weapon a decade ago, cops say -
  38. Two Atlantic City men arrested with drugs, handgun (
  39. Atlantic County Man Sentenced For Handgun Possession Gloucester Daily Voice Your Local News for Gloucester County, New Jersey
  40. Brattleboro man gets prison time as felon with a gun again Local News
  41. Southern District of New York New Jersey Man Charged With Gunpoint Robbery Of Manhattan Electronics Store United States Department of Justice
  42. NJ man accused of leading PSP on chase along I-80 (
  43. Camden County Armed-Robbery Suspect Remains At Large: Police Collingswood, NJ Patch
  44. District of New Jersey Essex County Man Admits Shooting of Former Federal Informant United States Department of Justice

Note: Articles on the recent PI ruling have been omitted as covered in separate post here:
Road Rage Incident - Still no proof / reports he had a PTC:
  1. Road rage incident over lane change leads to attempted murder charge for Somerset man (
  2. Road Rage: Driver Charged with Attempted Murder after Shooting at Car Somerville, NJ News TAPinto
  3. Road raging N.J. driver fired 2 shots at car while trying to merge, cops say -
  4. Local Man Charged with Attempted Murder, Accused of Shooting at Car Franklin Township, NJ News TAPinto
  5. Fuming NJ man shoots at driver in road rage terror, officials say (
  6. NJ driver charged with attempted murder in road rage attack (
  7. NJ man shot at driver’s vehicle during road rage dispute: officials PIX11
  8. Somerset NJ man charged with attempted murder in road rage incident (

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2023.05.30 18:14 Luxniom 10 Days / 11 Nights Tokyo Trip Report (5/5 to 5/15) - Asakusa to Kyoto to Shinjuku/Shibuya

Original itinerary here for reference. We planned this trip primarily with Halal food in mind, along with regular sight-seeing locations + shopping for Switch games, clothes, and souvenirs
Overall notes / Takeaways * I rate our trip a 9/10. It was a great time with the authentic halal Japanese food, seeing all the cool sights & places, and experiencing a very nice environment + culture.
First part of the trip - East side of Tokyo: Asakusa FRI 5/5 Arrival HND arrival was around 2pm, and we got to the hotel around 6:30pm. From there: We were able to start off our trip with Ramen for dinner @ Ayam-ya Halal Ramen Tokyo –> Senjo-jii and Nakamise Street at night (which was not crowded at all at night)
Notable Highlights Part 1:
Notable Mid-light:
Second part of the trip: Kyoto * Mon May 8 continued: Hotel arrival around 4pm –> Downtown Kyoto shopping (Surugaya) and clothes @ Coco → 7/11 dinner (taxi here would have been really helpful to go to once of the local restaurants, as I started getting foot pains)
Notable Highlights Part 2: * Experiencing all the nature on WED was our favorite part of this portion, especially the rivers! We did not realize the “20 minute walk” would end up a 45 minute hike as we were not prepared, but it was a very fun going up and taking breaks at all the stops.
Last part of the trip: Shibuya/Shinjuku * Thurs May 11 continued: Reach Shibuya @ 6:30pm → Shibuya Scramble once –> Walk to Yakiniku @ GYUMON –> back to Shibuya Scramble and see Hachiko + Tower Record –> grab Chestnuts –> Starbucks at night with upper view of Shibuya crossing
Notable Highlights Part 3:
Noteable Mid-light: Harajuka and Takeshita street were cool to window browse, but we didn’t find anything we actually wanted to purchase here. It made me realize, like our second time at Akihabara, that window shopping isn’t as fun as actual shopping. -Aside from the Gundam @ Odaiba, we didn’t get too excited about anything else here. If we visited here first / sooner, we may have had a better time (along with keeping an eye out for more Gundam merch earlier throughout the trip). There was a nearby amusement center that was on our original plan to visit too. But at this point, I think we ran out of gas.
Notable Low-light: * The last hotel for me, especially with its location being furthest out from nearest station and not being as nice as the first two hotel.
Other notes
*more review/input on food commented in original plan here
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2023.05.30 18:12 ihatenywinters Pregabalin withdrawal

My pharmacy, the great and wonderful CVS, (cue eyeroll) messed up my prescription and I've been without pregabalin since Sunday. The on-call doctor refuses to give me a script for a couple pills to carry me over until after the holiday weekend, citing on-call is for "urgent matters only". So, I've missed the last four doses. I'm on a pretty low regimen (75mg pill, twice a day) so I'm surprised that I feel like total crap without it. I was up all night imagining cutting my legs off to alleviate the pain. Wtf. How can pharmacists and doctors really care so little about us?
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2023.05.30 18:11 gagirl72 Pharmacy near The Woodlands TC

Hi there, I just moved to The Woodlands, TX and looking to switch my Wegovy to a new pharmacy. Does anyone know of a pharmacy that carries in the Woodlands/Spring area? Dr. stated to stay away from CVS. I’m in 2.4 and have never had an issue with supply.
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