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Why does a google search of your screen name bring up controlling vampire urges, erotic creative writing submissions, etc.? Coincidence?

Wow...thanks for sharing. This was beyond odd and didn't look right from the get go. Just sounded disjointed and weird right out the gate!

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Can't imagine why this person is your "best friend." If all of this is true. I think it's rather more likely that since most schools are on winter break, someone is left with nothing much to do.

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Option #1

Anonymous tip to local PD or nursing board

If you want your identity to be hidden, go to a [busy] coffee shop a county or two over from you

Then make the complaint. Tor Browser + TAILS, Kali, Whonix etc if you want anonymity

Sounds hard, I assure you, it's as easy as doing a 12 lead.

Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere

Option #2

Payphone in a rural area. Have a friend make the tip using a transcript?

Option #3

Do nothing and have a patient at risk. Maybe I've just heard the terms "narcan" and "heroin" in the same sentence too many times.

What are the legal ramifications if a patient dies, and you knew about the activities?

My rationale behind #1 and 2 is that if she's getting into this kind of stuff, you don't know what she's willing to do to protect herself, or her lover from time/more time.

Sorry, know a few people that got out of the drug business. They're clean for 20+ years now. The stories seem to be very engrained in their minds.

Just saying. Be the better person in it. If your heart breaks over this happening now, I can only imagine your pain when manure REALLY hits the impellor

Edited by Mudpinesredneck

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One last thing, being the techy I am. One nurse said this, but I'd like to elaborate:

You ever hear of a Google search? Assuming this is your real name, used a computer tied to your IP and mac address, etc, all it will now take is one prosecutor looking up that name to see you had knowledge of this.

Here's a pretty good video explaining all that. You can apply these same principles to the clearnet. AKA, the side of the internet most all of us every day in our lives.

Before my dad's passing, I made sure he taught me everything he knew from working in the DOD. He pounded the phrase "your IP is like giving away your home address to everyone." And frankly, it was the best advice he could give me.

Edited by Mudpinesredneck
explain a little bit better

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Why does a google search of your screen name bring up controlling vampire urges, erotic creative writing submissions, etc.? Coincidence?

Make that bad erotic writing /clears that from my search history

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OP have the admins delete the post, it isn't worth it for you!

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This would make a decent plot for a movie

Little did I know she fell in love with the inmate and was doing more than just giving him food... has a burn phone to talk to her boy toy.

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Option #1

Anonymous tip to local PD or nursing board

If you want your identity to be hidden, go to a [busy] coffee shop a county or two over from you

Then make the complaint. Tor Browser + TAILS, Kali, Whonix etc if you want anonymity

Sounds hard, I assure you, it's as easy as doing a 12 lead.

Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere

Option #2

Payphone in a rural area. Have a friend make the tip using a transcript?

Option #3

Do nothing and have a patient at risk. Maybe I've just heard the terms "narcan" and "heroin" in the same sentence too many times.

What are the legal ramifications if a patient dies, and you knew about the activities?

My rationale behind #1 and 2 is that if she's getting into this kind of stuff, you don't know what she's willing to do to protect herself, or her lover from time/more time.

Sorry, know a few people that got out of the drug business. They're clean for 20+ years now. The stories seem to be very engrained in their minds.

Just saying. Be the better person in it. If your heart breaks over this happening now, I can only imagine your pain when manure REALLY hits the impellor

You mean like when she's found passed out or OD'd in her vehicle with the kids locked in the backseat???

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Little did I know...

"Little did he know? Little did he know?!" Hilbert exclaims. "I've written papers on ‘little did he know.' I've taught classes on ‘little did he know!'" A common literary device, "little did he know" implies the existence of someone who does know.

-Stranger Than Fiction

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A common literary device, "little did he know" implies the existence of someone who does know.

she was let go for giving an inmate food. Little did I know she fell in love with the inmate and was doing more than just giving him food.

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Option #1

Anonymous tip to local PD or nursing board

If you want your identity to be hidden, go to a [busy] coffee shop a county or two over from you

Then make the complaint. Tor Browser + TAILS, Kali, Whonix etc if you want anonymity

Sounds hard, I assure you, it's as easy as doing a 12 lead.

Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere

Option #2

Payphone in a rural area. Have a friend make the tip using a transcript?

Option #3

Do nothing and have a patient at risk. Maybe I've just heard the terms "narcan" and "heroin" in the same sentence too many times.

What are the legal ramifications if a patient dies, and you knew about the activities?

My rationale behind #1 and 2 is that if she's getting into this kind of stuff, you don't know what she's willing to do to protect herself, or her lover from time/more time.

Sorry, know a few people that got out of the drug business. They're clean for 20+ years now. The stories seem to be very engrained in their minds.

Just saying. Be the better person in it. If your heart breaks over this happening now, I can only imagine your pain when manure REALLY hits the impellor

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I just saw on the news a couple weeks or so ago that a Dad and his sister were both found OD'd on heroin in their car with his child in the car seat in back. I think they said they were found in a parking lot of a convenient store. This heroin epidemic is so sad and scary.

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Make that bad erotic writing /clears that from my search history

If I'm going to spend my time on someone's erotic writing, it had better be good! :-D (I only laugh because I'm well aware one of my old social media screen names will lead people right to my fanfiction from my college days. Nothing I'm ashamed of, just silly fun. I've always said that if someone found it and asked me about it, my response would be, "Yeah, I wrote it...but you read it.")

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