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‘Awareness’ Campaigns Questionable

January 12, 2014

With any luck, several Hollywood celebrities will agree to help me in the awareness campaign. I’m planning to address a little-known threat to public safety....

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Jan-14-14 9:16 AM

This very serious matter deserves better than sarcasm and cynisism. Your attempt at enertainment has failed miserably, and your insensitivity, and perhaps ignorance, of the true destructive power of addiction is just disturbing considering your position. Fail!

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Jan-13-14 11:20 PM

Mr. Myer, you seem to imply that if something does not directly affect you than it is unimportant and not worthy of efforts to mitigate its impacts. The fact that a problem is not completely solved by programs to deal with them does not mean that no one is helped.

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Jan-12-14 2:19 PM

That should read "suffering of others."

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Jan-12-14 2:19 PM

Myer, you have sunk to a new low. Don't try humor. In your case, it will never take. You are incredibly callous when it comes to the suffering. Since you don't have a solution, why don't you shut your big fat mouth and let others try

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Jan-12-14 10:04 AM

Mike - I have an idea for a public safety awareness campaign regarding an overlooked matter of national security. Just ask your boss. He knows all about it.

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Jan-12-14 7:30 AM

Just as Nancy Reagan's poignantly lame -Say no to drugs- lead to the Gipper conveniently overlooking the Contras drug trafficking as he funded their "efforts"...and just as Gov GW Bush's signing of legislation for first offenders with small amounts of cocaine (a drug he was quite familiar with) to get maximum senteneces as opposed to probation only increased jail occupancies..

Kasich's Governor’s Cabinet Opiate Action Team must have AWARENESS of the 447% increase (from decade ago levels) in opiate-related Ohio deaths.

..and the pipeline of opiate painkillers sold by pill doctors in Florida which feeds into Ohio thru West ain't a "questionable" issue.

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