Over The Counter Yellow Football Tablets

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michelle Says:

i need something that resembles xanax, cause my brother is gonna go to jail for taking my moms pills again

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David Says:

I'm sorry to hear about your brother's pill problem, but don't you think that your brother wouldn't care about going to jail if he knew this was the consequence of taking someone else's pills? Otherwise he wouldn't have done it, right?

No one would want to see their brother go to jail. However, In my opinion, you should let your brother learn a lesson so he won't make the same mistakes in the future. If you let him off easy by finding a replacement pill, do you think he would end up stealing pills again?

At this point, I think your brother needs to help himself if stealing is a part of his nature. Even if you found a replacement pill that looks like Xanax, all a lab has to do is test it's ingredients for proof.

Does anyone else agree or disagree with this?

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