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  • Submitted by khals88 on Jan 6, 12 at 1:28pm

    epinephrine is the exact opposite of a tranquilizer

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      Submitted by Griffmaster01 on Jan 6, 12 at 4:52pm

      Also, you have to go to the hospital after you use an epipen - all that psuedo-adrenaline can give you a heart attack

  • Submitted by Phys on Jan 6, 12 at 2:41pm

    Sure, just please let me know how that works out for you

  • Submitted by BE4TmyM34T on Jan 6, 12 at 1:26pm

    No.. Dumb ass

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    Submitted by Twist2005 on Jan 6, 12 at 2:02pm

    You can try, but you won't like the results.

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    Submitted by meanmedic on Jan 8, 12 at 12:34am

    As a paramedic, I thank you for the job security

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    Submitted by Bean24 on Jan 6, 12 at 6:40pm

    Please, for the sake of humanity, go ahead and give it a shot (pun intended).

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    Submitted by Bloomfield on Jan 7, 12 at 2:11am

    Sure, but you have to double the dose.

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    Submitted by lexia0421 on Jan 7, 12 at 12:59pm

    If by 'tranquil', you mean 'dead', then by all means, absolutely....

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    Submitted by tequiladevil on Jan 6, 12 at 7:06pm

    Well initially the effects are complete opposite o what your looking for but there is a hell o a crash effect afterwords that could put someone down. Kind of a back ass words way of getting there though.

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    Submitted by lexia0421 on Jan 7, 12 at 1:01pm

    I would also like to add that you are the reason for all those stupid warning labels on things. Like, don't blow dry your hair while in the bath.....

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    Submitted by medic317 on Jan 6, 12 at 4:19pm

    I'll bet money that is what happens. Can I borrow $10 first.

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    Submitted by andyf1008 on Jan 8, 12 at 10:30am

    Paramedics. We will never be rich, but we will always have a job. Keep on proving Darwin wrong idiots

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    Submitted by arthurlux on Jan 6, 12 at 2:58pm

    I remember reading that an epipen causes your body to produce massive amounts of adrenaline. So, no.

  • Submitted by kin_in_in on Jan 6, 12 at 7:25pm

    Epinions don't calm me down either.