Do you trust SN?

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thrwaway99

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Talk about seconds thoughts. Think I'll just buy a gun.
 
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thrwaway99

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Worked for Ximena Knol, Shawn Shatto and those four unnamed individuals mentioned in ppeh, so I am having second thoughts about my second thoughts.
Not sure what to think but not believing in a "suicide powder" goes against common sense or at least I wouldn't take sn without planning to leave this world.
 
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Yeah i think its reliably fatal but its likely quite uncomfortable.
 
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thrwaway99

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Yeah i think its reliably fatal but its likely quite uncomfortable.
Peacefulness 7 might mean relatively comfortable if glass is half full.

Actually, wouldn't it make sense to trust SN rather than not? Like, knowing that one has a peaceful and reliable method in the vein of N - although not being quite N but anyway - will ease one's anxiety even today. In the end it likely works.
 
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Peacefulness 7 might mean relatively comfortable if glass is half full.
I'm willing to bet that the complete SN regimen (meto regimen, taking 800mg Tagamet or other antacid, etc.) were not properly carried through in most of the cases that resulted in pain or extreme discomfort. Using the linked thread above as an example, it is pointed out that the OP didn't take any antacid and also only took a stat dose of meto instead of doing a prolonged regimen.

Also, considering the fact that the PPeH only listed the common symptoms of hypoxia (which, from what I've read, aren't too distressing) when using this method according to their guidelines, it further suggests the importance of following the regimen strictly.
 

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