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This is a story that has been going on for a while. I bought a bunch of little tree houses from a local lumberjack and have been working on them for about a month now. These little trees are the biggest challenge for me right now—they are way too tall to get the right kind of wood to make these little houses.
The story is told through the little houses’ trees, which is actually really cool. I found it to be a great way to build tension, and it helps the story stay true to the tiny little houses’ small worlds while giving me another way to interact with the characters. If you’re interested, you can check out the video below.
I’m not a big fan of the concept, but it was a really fun way to create a story that was both engaging and unique. I hope to see more of these small worlds popping up in other projects from other studios, and if I can ever find a way to get the trees to grow, then I’m sure I can figure out a way to make these little houses. If you’re interested, you can check out the trailer below.
Not that I’m complaining. I think the concept of a drug that is designed to be hallucinogenic and druglike has a lot of potential. I just think it would be cool to have a drug that could be used as a painkiller. I mean that’s a pretty big “if” at this point, so I might be wrong.
Not that it really matters. Theyre pretty much the same thing youd get in a “painkiller” anyway, with the difference being that these aren’t designed to kill you but instead to keep you up for a few days so you can go back to your life and your job and do it all over again. If anything, the painkiller part is more of an afterthought, since they’re still designed to help you sleep.
I was able to get ahold of some of the new, more potent painkillers and I have a feeling you could use them to cure a lot of your pain. Theyre supposed to be about 15 mg of morphine and 5 mg of codeine. They can either be taken in a few minutes or you can take them before meals or as a wake-up call.
Theyre also supposed to help you sleep, since its designed to make you more alert, but theyre also supposed to help you doze off. I think the fact that theyre working on sleep aids and painkillers helps explain why the painkiller/sleep aids part of the painkiller/painkilling strategy is so effective.
The reason I think the morphine and codeine part of the painkillerpainkilling strategy works is because these two meds are used for two different purposes: pain relief and sleep. However, the painkillersleep aids part of the painkillerpainkilling strategy is so effective because it works on two different levels. The painkilling meds first target pain relief, but the opioids then work to keep you from being really asleep.
When you sleep aids are in your system, you’re basically dead. But painkillers make you feel like a zombie. It’s a good analogy because you can’t really feel anything in a zombie state, so you can’t really get anything done. But when you’re on a painkiller, you can feel the pain, and then when you get off that painkiller you feel a little bit more awake.
Its interesting because the painkiller is not the first thing that gets you off of the meds. The drugs in my body also make me feel a lot more awake, but they work on two levels. They wake me up, but they also keep me from being really asleep. When I am on a painkiller, I dont feel anything, I feel nothing. I feel just a little bit of pain, but it is nothing compared to the painkillers in my body.