He already said that he used prescription drugs to study throughout school. He wouldn't be experimenting. I can't imagine how that's so hard to believe. I'd say half of my UG did about the same thing. I know I did. I've also thought about getting a prescription for law school. I don't even think I'm ADD, but damn if I wouldn't finish top 5% on that poo.
QuoteSimple solution: Go to a school where you are fine without being in the top 10%. (One of the character downfalls of getting accepted to Georgetown)ADD is a construct. That is a psychological term for a man-made group of symptoms that can be diagnosed only through a questionnaire. These questions will look like..."Do you have trouble studying or reading for a prolonged period of time?"Quite a hard hitting question! And patients are drawn into a false sense of security by their pill-pushing psychiatrists that only get paid if they prescribe and are of the rationalizing mindset that one would just go elsewhere for the drug.TRUTH: Long term use of adderall creates little holes in parts of your brain. Short term use is just meth.
Simple solution: Go to a school where you are fine without being in the top 10%.
OMG this is sad!!!
Quote from: justadreamer on April 18, 2008, 03:56:29 PMOMG this is sad!!!OMG that makes no sense!!!
Quote from: Matthies on April 18, 2008, 04:20:08 PMQuote from: justadreamer on April 18, 2008, 03:56:29 PMOMG this is sad!!!OMG that makes no sense!!!Iím not against those that have to take the medications because they need it. But come on, Crystal Meth??? That is neither necessary nor helpful.