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  • oly
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    I dont take drugs so I had no idea what I was taking until investigating it.
    hillbilly heroin is ground up and sent to the landfill, let the mice and the rats have em

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  • cwconnertx
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    Originally posted by hardtorn View Post
    Save them. Good barter item.
    You may find a "need" for them in the future.
    I suppose if there is no more law that is one thing, but you are suggesting the commission of a felony.

    Oxycodone is a serious controlled substance, I don't know the details, but I know it required a special prescription pad and the prescription itself must be filled in a short period of time. I have and take quite a bit of pain medication due to a serious injury, and I can assure you they take the control of this stuff serious.

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  • hardtorn
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    Save them. Good barter item.
    You may find a "need" for them in the future.

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  • sd allen
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    I would take them as directed with a few beers to get the MAX affect...or save them to kill the pain that is yet to come.
    Sell any = felony

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  • cwconnertx
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    I do not keep the pills in their oringal container, but always peel the prescription off the side and carry a copy with me.

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  • GetOffMyLawn
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    Originally posted by barkingowl View Post
    Now from what I understand, if you have a legal prescription for say percocet, & you decide to go for a drive & have the pills on you but not their container, you can be charged with possession of a controlled substance. Any LEOs want to chime in?

    Yes it's a controlled substance and one of the most abused ones in the US.

    I took that stuff for a few months after I broke my ankle pretty bad. I'm glad I got off it when I did because I was starting to get cravings.

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  • oly
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    Originally posted by shootertutor View Post
    I say keepem in the frig- you or someone you care about may need them someday. I dont like taking pain pills- hate the numb face. When I pull a muscle in my back real bad (old farts should not try to set heavy hardwood entry doors alone!) I'm glad I have a few left from an injury 3 years ago. (Old farts should tie their ladders securely before going up "one more step" and putting "one more nail" in a second-story pc. of soffit.)
    LOL I suffer from OMS (old man sh!t)

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  • shootertutor
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    I say keepem in the frig- you or someone you care about may need them someday. I dont like taking pain pills- hate the numb face. When I pull a muscle in my back real bad (old farts should not try to set heavy hardwood entry doors alone!) I'm glad I have a few left from an injury 3 years ago. (Old farts should tie their ladders securely before going up "one more step" and putting "one more nail" in a second-story pc. of soffit.)

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  • methusaleh
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    Originally posted by barkingowl View Post
    Now from what I understand, if you have a legal prescription for say percocet, & you decide to go for a drive & have the pills on you but not their container, you can be charged with possession of a controlled substance. Any LEOs want to chime in?
    In MA, that is the case.

    However that lovely word "reasonable" comes to mind. Would a reasonable person who was ailing, perhaps accidentally take one of the tablets and place it in his or her pocket or purse? Yes, it is possible. To charge or not to charge would be ultimately at the discretion of the LEO.

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  • barkingowl
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    Now from what I understand, if you have a legal prescription for say percocet, & you decide to go for a drive & have the pills on you but not their container, you can be charged with possession of a controlled substance. Any LEOs want to chime in?

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  • prkchp76
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    as long as you have a script for the drug you are perfectly safe the drug was wrote too you for your need and i would definantly keep them for later use.not telling you to break the law just dont tell the law

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  • cwconnertx
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    As long as you have a prescription it is legal as far as I know.

    I am not a lawyer, but I have never had an expiration date on the prescription. It is the medication that supposedly deteriorates, but I think oxycodone is pretty stable.

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  • barkingowl
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    I've kept medicine long beyond the dates it was prescribed for. I'm not quite sure how it would play out in a random testing scenario though.

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  • oly
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    I have been considering keeping them for an emergency.
    Is it illegal to keep them for that purpose? It is prescribed in my name so I don't know if I can legally take them at a latter date if I have an injury. Random drug testing for the work place is done could be a concern.
    Last edited by oly; 02-15-2009, 07:26 AM.

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  • barkingowl
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    Just put the bottle in the refrigerator & save them as part of your med supplies for a time when you may need them in the future.

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