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With the evil dex reduced to 12 mg, I thought I’d try taking it in the morning instead of at bedtime. I won’t be doing that again. Even at the lower dose and with a sleeping pill, I’m wide awake at 3 am. I suppose I’m slightly less wide awake than before, but that’s small comfort.

Oh well. If you don’t try, you’ll never know. I guess dex reaches its full effect after about 18 hours or so. Keep that in mind in case any evil doctor ever talks you into using it.

On the bright side, this is giving me plenty of time to Photoshop a new bit of desktop wallpaper with a better picture of the furballs. As usual, then, the score is Cats 1, Humans 0.

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