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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Take It To The Limit

This song parody is dedicated to all the disgusting filthy meth addicts that come into the pharmacies of Missouri in all states of f*cked up trying to buy sudafed containing products but get blocked by the state wide monitoring system. Hopefully the state legislature makes all sudafed containing products prescription only soon! I would much rather go out of my way to get a prescription than watch methamphetamine destroy thousands of lives.

Sing to "Take It To The Limit" by the Eagles

All alone at the end of the evening
Any my meth high crash is leaving me blue
I was thinking about another
Methamphetamine high, but I was out

You know i really need a picture ID
(Still getting the run around)
So I'll steal identities
(Need more ephedrine)
But meth is all I need
Keep on turning out and burning out
And turning out the same

So put me on a highway
And find a drugstore
And take it to the limit one more time

You can sell meth to make easy money
You can take meth to be high all the time
If it all fell to pieces tomorrow
Would I do jail time?

And when you're looking for Sudafed
(Pharmacists don't care)
And you can't buy no more
(Can't buy it anywhere)
When there's nothing to get high on
Still you're coming back, you're running back
You're coming back for more

So put me on a highway
And find a drugstore
And take it to the limit one more time

Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
One more time

Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
One more time

Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
Take it to the limit
One more time

7 comments:

mayfly said...

I love it! I was sooooo happy when they finally connected all the systems her in MO. The first few weeks we had a rash of "Unable to proceed with sale" messages, and they gave up. It was amazing!

Southern Fried Slave said...

Sudafed was made prescription only here in Mississippi in July. AND I LOVE IT!! I would much rather deal with a few angry customers that need a prescription, than the + 100 methheads I would get everyday!

Chris said...

I hit the floor laughing - that's awesome. I was actually singing it in my head as I read it....

Suzanne Lucas said...

My question, and it truly is a question, as I don't know the answer, is this: Has restricting access to Sudafed made a noticeable reduction in meth addicts?

If it has, super. If it hasn't, why restrict it further?

Anonymous said...

In response to Suzanne- I expect that imports have soared.theoretically law enforcement can spend their time on other stuff. The 1 really positive effect of methcheck that I'm aware of is that smurfs can't steal it from the shelves where the other OTCs are.

Disgruntled Tech said...

Very nice:) Luckily, I've only come across maybe 3 or 4 pseudo-heads where I work and I didn't even realize it (except for one) until it was pointed out to me.

Big 'N Tasty RPH said...

To Suzanne: Local law enforcement has reported a drastic decrease in the number of meth labs. They have no idea of addict numbers as meth is highly addictive and its addicts will travel far and wide to get it. In a perfect world the number of addicts would decrease but the reality is that foreign labs now control most of the meth influx into the US. The other problem is that street dealers have gotten better at obtaining prescription amphetamines, such as Ritalin, Concerta, etc by using their children and physicians that pretty much put every child on ADD amphetamines to supply their buyers with more potent and readily available sources of product at a decent profit since many of the children are on state medicaid so their drugs are free. The system disgusts me and it is pretty much child abuse in my book. Yay welfare!