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The Provigil Drug: Can a Government Dependent Use It to get off Foodstamps? Is Hard Work and Success a Special Innate Natural Talent or Do you Need Provigil?

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Provigil Drug for Improved Thinking and Cop Out for Liberals
Provigil Drug for Improved Thinking and Cop Out for Liberals

They are all around us, self made, ambitious entrepreneurs who will stop at nothing to succeed. They will stop at nothing to become, and remain free, independent and self reliant. These special individuals are considered “self-made” and have advanced far in life without the help from an all powerful, over regulating, over reaching government. These special individuals succeed in all they do without even the help from banks or rich relatives. These are people who can turn $100.00 into $200.00 then $200.00 into $400.00 and so on. Even if they have to sweep street for that first $100!

These are the glorious and deserving one percenters!  the 1% who are loathed by the OWS Crowd that is, the Occupy Protesters aka lazy ass envious cry babies who want life handed to them on a silver platter.  No, the one percenters are different than the 99%, not because of greed or selfishness, no not at all… but because of their innate and natural desire to build, grow, learn, apply, lift up, never give up, press on attitudes while along the way they love to encourage and teach others and have infectious attitudes of positiveness that doesn’t see peoples as groups or labels. But people as people.

The top 1% income earners typically believe you can have anything you want if you want it bad enough. These unstoppable trailblazers dont see victims, they see people.   No matter WHAT happens to them, they dont give up and they press on!

If you got a business, you didnt build that
“If you got a business, you didn’t build that”~ Barack Obama on his hatred of small businesses and entrepreneurs

They maintain a healthy positive self image and are more often than not strong believers in an intelligent life force, faith centered individuals who believe in an all powerful creator God. That’s why Conservatives outnumber Liberals as business owners. As self made individuals. Conservatives are also more generous with their own money than Liberals and give far greater amounts to charities and churches who help the poor. Liberals want to give more of OTHER peoples money away behind the guise of compassion etc.

Conservative self made entrepreneurs are willing to take ‘no’ for an answer a million times just to get to the one ‘yes’! It is not just a talent but a learned state of mind. That you can do anything if you want it bad enough. Unlike the Obama administration and Liberals and Democrats who try to convince you the complete opposite: You can do NOTHING without the government’s help. That wealthy people succeeded because of government or because of the poor.

These people DON’T NEED DRUGS! And they certainly don’t need the Provigil drug! They can succeed and work long hours and days even without eating and drinking because they have will power! This kind of will power comes from many places; positive upbringing, positive self image, self esteem, a strong desire to pursue your own dreams and your own future. Desire for FREEDOM.

Liberals who dont have this kind of talent, self worth, positive self image are pursuing what they say gives them an special advantage. A little secret weapon, a pill called Provigil.

There is the lobbyist, who wakes up at 5 a.m. to complete two full workouts before heading to work.

“I could not do this without Provigil. You know, it just wouldn’t be the same,” she told ABC News, asking that ABC News not identify her. “It’s amazing. … I just don’t get … why more people don’t know about it.”

John Withers, a Liberal computer programmer, can write code for 12 hours at a time on Provigil.

Tom Sykes, a Conservative writes code for 16 hours, because he owns the business the code is being written for.

Withers says, “Provigil helps you focus up for exceptionally long periods of time,”.

And then there is the brain researcher who can find connections no one else is seeing. She asked that we not name her because she is full of crap, no doubt.

“It’s just a clear day,” she said. “The fog isn’t there.” The fog brought on by the Obama administration. Barack Obama’s presidency has brought fog to us all, this drug, Provigil, can fix that! 😉

Provigil Can Take You  From Occupy Loser to Wall Street Mogul
Provigil Can Take You From Occupy Loser to Wall Street Mogul

Provigil is approved only for narcolepsy, sleep apnea or for people who work irregular hours, but hidden among those who take it are pockets of healthy Americans taking it just to boost energy and enhance focus. It excites the mind so much that Provigil has been nicknamed “Viagra for the brain.”

Prescription sales for this class of drugs has increased by 73 percent in four years, from $832,687,000 in 2007 to $1,440,160,000 in 2011, according to IMS Health.

Online there are hundreds of sites evangelizing for Provigil that explain how to get a doctor to write a prescription or how to get the drug without one.

Many Provigil users are secretive, but not Dave Asprey, a successful executive of a billion-dollar Internet security firm who often starts his day at 4:45 a.m. by popping a pill.

PHOTO: Cephalon Inc.’s Provigil is used to treat excessive sleepiness caused by narcolepsy.

“Provigil can be the difference between I’m just making it through the day as a loser Liberal to I had the best day of my life like Conservatives who dont need the drug,” Asprey told DS News.

Asprey says he once flew 20 hours to Australia with almost no sleep, got off the plane, took Provigil and delivered a series of speeches that were so good they made the local papers.

As a kind of an experiment DS News asked Asprey to stop taking the drug for three days. Off the drug, he said he felt off. Like he feels when Barack Obama speaks. Brought him down. Made him feel worthless and in need of dependence on the government.

“I’ve noticed that my speech is very slightly altered,” he said.<br />

After three days, Asprey popped a Provigil and he says it took only 17 minutes for him to snap back. He said the world suddenly seemed brighter.

Asprey compared it to the scene in “The Wizard of Oz” where everything goes from black and white to color.

ABC News had Asprey take some cognitive tests, and there was a pronounced improvement over the day before when he was not on Provigil.

So, should we all be on Provigil?

Doctors warn that you are really rolling the dice with this drug. There have been no long-term studies of Provigil and its effects on healthy brains have never been studied. Doctors also warn that possible side effects include sleep deprivation and potentially lethal rashes and worse.

Provigil is a wake-promoting agent, but doctors admit they don’t really know how it works.

“Provigil is not a substitute for sleep. Sleep deprivation can cause and worsen heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure,” said Dr. Joanne Getsy, chief of the Sleep Medicine Section at the Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia.<br />

And there have been no studies proving that performance actually improves with Provigil. “Sleep deprivation can actually worsen performance,” said Getsy.

“It’s very tempting, but I think long-term it’s a bad idea,” said Dr. Martha Farah, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Pennsylvania. “We actually know very little about the long term effects.”

Astonishingly, Asprey says even if it were to turn out that Provigil could shorten his life he wouldn’t give it up and neither would the lobbyist or brain researcher who take it. They told ABC News they aren’t worried and aren’t about to stop using Provigil.

“I would like to really live during those years when I’m alive. I’d like to be fully alert, fully focused, and fully present all the time” Asprey said. “Provigil helps me do that.”

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