Adderall Receives Honorary Degree From Harvard

The above headline is from the good folks at The Onion, please read their story here. What is alarming is, if you watch this recent report from 60 Minutes, this really isn’t a joke.

I have to imagine the chemically induced behavior (i.e. “productivity”) makes it way into the workforce, what does this say about the state of America, is this is commonplace among the so-called best and brightest?

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  • Cerebralcaustic

    >I have to imagine the chemically induced behavior (i.e. “productivity”) makes it way into the workforce, what does this say about the state of America, is this is commonplace among the so-called best and brightest?

    As if humans haven't been driven to productivity for untold centuries from caffeine, coca leaf, tea, benzedrine, and any other stimulant they can ingest.

  • Noortopicsmartdrugs

    I used Adderall to help me study in college. It is DEFINATELY effective. Though I didn't experience any ral negative side effects – other than being a little jittery and unable to sleep sometimes, I felt a little sketchy about continuing to use it when I graduated. It does show up at an amphetamine in drug tests, and I didn't want to tr to explain that in a job interview.

    Now I have been takng what they call Cognitive Energy Enhancers. They are over-the-counter and are basically a combination of a 5 Hour Energy and a brain vitamin. But they work! I have tired a few, but I like one called PROFIDERALL as an Adderall alternative. It is not as intense as Adderall, but it gives me the focus and energy boost I need to get my work done, and it is totally legal.

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