Monthly Archives: October 2013

AdderRX: Ingredients, health problems & side effects


AdderRX, sold as an “Adderall alternative”, is a jumble of stimulants and nootropics marketed to students. It contains the FDA-banned compound DMAA (1,3-dimethylamine), a stimulant which has caused dozens of health problems, including 5 deaths, since 2008. It also contains synephrine, a chemical that fell out of use in the 1930s, displaced by vasodilators/stimulants that were more effective with fewer side effects. Mixed in with these two shitty drugs are caffeine, vinpocetine, schizandrol, citicoline, and hordenine, all of which raise your blood pressure and, apart from caffeine, are relatively new and untested.

The manufacturer even has the gall to refer to it as “Nuphetamine” in parentheses, suggesting that it is an amphetamine derivative, but no, it’s a quasi-legal mix of heart-explosion chemicals with unknown side effects.

Polaroid iPhone printer


Combine Polaroid nostalgia with an iPhone, and what do you have? The popular social-photo site Instagram? Think again! It’s an over-$100 “printer” which amounts to a black plastic box. You put the iphone in the top, put some polaroid film in the bottom, open the shutter, and the film is exposed to the light from your iPhone. You’ll need some new-issue Polaroid film ($$$$ for 8 sheets) as well, if you can find it.

Peephole Viewer


The “Law Enforcement Reverse Peephole Viewer” ($75) lets someone look backwards through a peephole and see what’s going on inside. You are now aware that:

1. Law enforcement can look into your hotel room or apartment without you knowing.

2. Anyone with $75 can look into your hotel room or apartment without you knowing.

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