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What happens when the pills run out? Dunkin Donuts is a front for Big Amphetamine. There have been a number of drug shortages in the United States during the pandemic, but none have been as publicized as Adderall’s demise right now. According The New York Times“Dr. Goodman said patients report almost daily that they are unable to get their prescriptions filled. He said his office had to reissue them at different doses to help patients receive treatment. Even in In this case, some fail and, without their medication, may miss deadlines or forget important tasks if working in a high-pressure situation.This is an understatement, and one that undermines the patient’s symptoms (in a typical Time style).


It is true that a shortage of amphetamines is not going to paralyze the world. The world will end when the tranquilizers are gone. What happens when benzodiazepines (Klonopin, Xanax, Ativan) run out or run out? People won’t “forget the important tasks”, they’ll seize up and die. These are some of the only drugs that kill you through withdrawal alone. Even alcohol can’t get you, but a benzodiazepine user for years will die a miserable death if cut. In unprecedented and endless times, it’s not hard to imagine not just a shortage but a total absence of available tranquilizers in America, which will fill many more hospitals with many more people than the coronavirus will. never did. Adderall patients won’t be able to function, and many won’t be able to leave their beds, but they won’t die from amphetamine withdrawal. Eventually, they will have the best meal of their lives that week.


“While a number of companies manufacture Adderall and generic versions, pharmacies may find it difficult to switch to other vendors due to amphetamine’s status as a controlled substance… Any given pharmacy could risk raising red flags with the Drug Enforcement Administration by doubling its supply, said Erin Fox, a drug shortage specialist at the University of Utah. “With a controlled substance, it’s harder for patients to call and find a pharmacy that has a product for them,” Fox said.


Adderall is just the latest insecticide put on the American people by anonymous companies that will never face an iota of the penalties paid by Alex Jones for his smear campaign against the parents of Sandy Hook victims. MIA pointed out that Jones would pay for her lies, but Pfizer would not, and she got pounded as always. How is that a controversial statement? Pfizer did lying, and the extent to which they did depends on who you ask, but it’s on the record: they lied to the world.


Many people, especially those in Gen X, cannot give up on the virus. It’s the equivalent of the baby boomer cliché about becoming more conservative as you get older. It’s all too shattered after almost three years of massive panic, anxiety, confusion, indifference, frustration and everything that’s going on right now. At some point this pandemic will end and thousands of people will find themselves mumbling like Dennis Hopper in Revelation now, that one day this virus will be over, long after most people have stopped caring. Many people need the virus crisis to survive in the absence of Donald Trump. The pandemic isn’t over, and I don’t know when (if?) live music will return, or if it will crumble like CDs, leaving the music industry devastated. But the masters of the world don’t care about Animal Collective and many, many others have been forced to cancel tours not because of low ticket sales, but because of inflation, a backlog of rescheduled shows and the inevitability of someone getting sick.


But it’s not just heads of state and sponsors who remain indifferent: everyone is in a tunnel now, and I feel like I’m digging my way in with a spoon.


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