Check these boards out - you'll learn there that there's no way you can get Adderall without a prescription.
I'd strongly object to allowing posting of online boards URL addresses where people can get dangerous stuff - even if that's not exactly Adderol.
Don't you worry, kel, that board does not work any more - unless, of course, administrators are not willing to let new members register because they want the latter to have a "contact" - an already-member of the network who'll e-mail 'em a username/password combo.
I wouldn't be surprised, though - I would tend to think that many undercover LE people likely visited the boards, reason why they've probably closed registration for new members.
The site, though, was not per se a "bad thing" - it offered people a way to find online the meds they desperately needed - the ones they're unscrupulously denied by their doctors - because the DEA scares the * & ^ % out of them, if they prescribe, say, just a little bit more pain medicine to a patient in excruciating back pain, for instance.
I do not doubt there may have been a few "bad apples," people who wanted to find places to order controlled substances for recreational purposes - that's when Addiction problems arise - such would be a good reason why it is probably better that the site does not work now anymore.
This is just my impression .. I could be wrong, taken into account that I just guessing on many issues and/or I'm telling you here what I've read on the net or heard from desperate people in pain.
If you the math, though - compare the number of people who used the site to obtain the meds without which they could not lead a bearable life, to those who abused medication ('cuz I wouldn't call it "substance abuse," as the drugs ordered were in fact "meds," as opposed to hard drugs sold "illegally" - being, in actuality, so easily accessible - all over America), it'd seem that the site was a "necessary evil," so to speak.
Yanno, it's all about the @ # ! * i n g money!