11/22/2005

Like The Busblog says..... Nothing In Here Is True

He will admit it.

Xanax fuck him up. He has been known to consume alcohol while treating those pesky panic attacks with Xanax or Zoloft but we all know that the alcohol and the Zo' don't make a powerful combination like the Xanax and alcohol does.

He remembers one night back in what was probably 1995. Mighty Mighty Bosstones at The Strand in Providence RI. A few Xanax and Klonopin later he is back in the car, by himself. Without the friend he came with. No idea how he got to his car. Can remember the opening band, getting thrown off stage a few times during the Bosstones and then he is back in his car. Sits there for a while, friend never shows up. Drives 30 miles home. Friend calls his house. He lives with his parents. Parents can't rouse him from a deep sleep. Friend says he is at a Dunkin Donuts in Providence and doesn't know how he got there. His parents go and pick up said friend at 3am. He catches a boatload of shit the next day!

His Mom and Dad deserve boatloads of love for putting up with some of his shit!

But on with the story, that shit was just the preamble.

Boy meets girl.
Girl gets ahold of boy via the internets.
They trade a few emails.
Boy gives girl his phone number.
Girl calls boy on Saturday night.
Boy had been drinking, getting chi-a-neese and had a xanax or two for panic attacks prior to phone call.
Girl sends boy email saying she called on Saturday.
Boy has ABSOLUTELY no memory of said phone conversation.
Boy apologizes for anything he may have said in his medicated state.
Boy feels embarrassed.

-The End!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

i have been on klonopin for over 10 years. My memory is way the fuck gone.

Anonymous said...

I've been smoking weed daily for about 8 yrs....ummm where was I going with this...oh yeah 8 yrs ....ummm ummm forget it!

Anonymous said...

Panic attacks......what a farce.

Anonymous said...

My name is Julia Bean and i would like to show you my personal experience with Klonopin.

I am 36 years old. Have been on Effexor for at least 5 months now. My dr put me on 5 to 10mg per night right from the start, I was on it for approximately 4 to 5 months before a friend showed up at my drs appt to tell him what was happening to me. I was sure I was losing my mind and afraid to tell them what was happening. They discontinued my klonopin on the spot and eventually all those symptoms went away it took months!! I don't recall having any withdrawl symptoms but I may have as I had never been on many meds before!

I have experienced some of these side effects-
Periodic Amnesia that increased as time went on, confusion, blurred vision, Muscle Pain, Left Sided numbness and weakness, pneumonia... plus plus plus

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Julia Bean