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every common drug that is a hydrochloride could be processed just like cocaine hydrochloride to make drug acetate; dextromethorphan hcl, lidocaine hcl, oxycodone hcl could all be made to be new rapid feeling high things
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it occured to me that every common drug that is a hydrochloride could be processed just like cocaine hydrochloride to make cocaine acetate known as crack; basically the acetate has a friendly vaporization structure

To obtain crack-cocaine, ordinary cocaine hydrochloride is concentrated by heating the drug in a solution of baking soda until the water evaporates cocaine.org

such things as robitussin or lidocaine could be made as acetates with the same baking soda process that makes crack these would be dozens of new drugs that might have financial value to different users, robitussin acetate might cause visions, lidocaine might moderate crack, percodan oxycodone in Percodan is 4.62 mg hydrochloride might create a new opiate rush better than nose oxycontin powder

just to further the financial value here these drugs or any drugs could be made more valuable with a currecy fluctuation coupon aspect

currency fluctuates, this year if you had a restaurant that allowed people to use euros or yen with their debit cards the debits (positive money value) of the restaurant would have grown more than a third if (ish its an average) if the restaurant saved up all its annual revenue then looked at the currency difference

basically if an actual restaurants receipts are drug coupons, with the restaurant patrons using the euro or yen function on their cards the organization makes more than 10 pt more money off the same amount of distributed drug coupons;

currency fluctuations vary thus a thoughtful restauranteer would have a few multiyear currency directional verifications; basically just go with whatever warren buffet (buffet restaurant) likes also with paypal you can specify currency thus a little pda like restaurant thingie could make the preferred currency of the restaurant function automatic

Treon, thinking of ways to make drug distribution professionals richer absent personal knowledge of the practice

beanangel, Apr 04 2008

more about this idea at http://www.imminst....blog&blogid=22&st=0
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       Yes, but they don't have them there, surely? The point is, you have to begin at the null-point, no? Otherwise the whole point is going to collapse and devalue the receipt-base.   

       Or am I missing something?
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 04 2008
  

       why did Treon change his name??
xandram, Apr 05 2008
  

       and what's a bean angel?
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 05 2008
  

       I don't know but that's one heck of an idea list for someone who created their account today...   

       I think I may create kinder ideas with be an angel   

       you know more radiance
beanangel, Apr 05 2008
  

       //currency fluctuations vary thus a thoughtful restauranteer would have a few multiyear currency directional verifications; basically just go with whatever warren buffet (buffet restaurant) likes also with paypal you can specify currency thus a little pda like restaurant thingie could make the preferred currency of the restaurant function automatic //
Is it me, or is this just fucking gibberish?
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Apr 05 2008
  

       It could always be both.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 05 2008
  

       Bean an' gel?   

       It seems to me this is two ideas:   

       1: Chemically process drugs so they're more powerful.   

       2: play currency market.   

       I'm not sure either of them are original, or that they need to be combined at all.
ye_river_xiv, Apr 05 2008
  

       [MB] You're right - I should be more open-minded.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Apr 05 2008
  

       //why did Treon change his name??//
To get off those ignore lists.
ldischler, Apr 05 2008
  

       Okay, easy substitution.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Apr 05 2008
  

       well, I'd give him another chance if he want to be *kinder*...but ya, reads like bean-angel to me.
You can put an underscore to separate the words like
be_an_angel.
just a thought.
xandram, Apr 06 2008
  

       You don't need an underscore or any of those nonsensical computer-world kludges. Just put normal spaces in, like I did with my name. Except I'd leave beanangel as it is, otherwise it'd start to be irritating, keeping up with so many changes, and anyway, beanangel is a nice standalone composite word by itself. Makes me want to be a modern sports bicycle seat, intended to support those breads that you eat with Indian meals.
Ian Tindale, Apr 06 2008
  

       As a half-formed and not very well thought through idea, I had a bit of a fanciful notion a while ago that all the drugs seized in drugs seizures could be mixed and poured and measured and concocted, whatever it is that people who do chemistry do, into different forms of drugs, that can, once forcefully administered with no intent to respect human rights, stabilise and promote useful behavioural changes in modern purposeless aggressive violent youths. Sort of like using the product of one type of crime to alleviate the potential problem of another type.
Ian Tindale, Apr 06 2008
  

       //Treon, thinking of ways to make drug distribution professionals richer absent personal knowledge of the practice//   

       Yeah, no kidding Treon/Beanangel. Crack is usually not an acetate (-O-C(=O)-CH3).   

       Learn just a modicum of chemistry, dude. It doesn't matter what salt it is: HCl, S(O)2(OH)2, -O-P(=O)(OH)2, or even ascorbate (vitamin C). Most smokeable drugs are usually just freebases; salts, like acetates, are the antithesis of volatility...   

       You are the epitome of "a little knowledge is dangerous". Now I can't trust your Biology or Physics, anymore.   

       And here I thought that you were going to conquer the world...
Wily Peyote, Sep 09 2010
  
      
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