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2020-06-02 5:40:42 PM  
"They did everything they could to try and get them," he said. "I told them that I'm not turning them over to anybody until I find out what the pills are myself."

and
"My concern is that there's more pills and someone else may not be as fortunate as us to discover them before ingesting them with consequences."

Well, maybe that is why they want to see what they are?  You know, to see if they are dangerous? You could be endangering others by holding them back for analysis. This isn't the US where it might be Trump croneys who will try to monetize this, it is Canada, they will actually help you.
 
2020-06-02 8:26:09 PM  
Has there ever been a case where the objects actually came from the factory?
 
2020-06-02 8:30:43 PM  

SBinRR: Has there ever been a case where the objects actually came from the factory?


Other than rat feces and the occasional severed human digit, no.
 
2020-06-02 8:30:46 PM  
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2020-06-02 8:31:41 PM  
So people have all the luck. FML
 
2020-06-02 8:32:37 PM  
I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.
 
2020-06-02 8:34:58 PM  
Cape Breton? It's clearly an Altmer trick.
 
2020-06-02 8:35:07 PM  
Well the orange one is a laxative  TCL081
 
2020-06-02 8:35:29 PM  

SBinRR: Has there ever been a case where the objects actually came from the factory?


Yes! Several times over. I worked in a lot of processing plants. They check everything at the end with metal detectors but sometimes parts of the machinery, dust, dirt, etc, can get through.
 
2020-06-02 8:35:42 PM  

KarmicDisaster: "They did everything they could to try and get them," he said. "I told them that I'm not turning them over to anybody until I find out what the pills are myself."

and
"My concern is that there's more pills and someone else may not be as fortunate as us to discover them before ingesting them with consequences."

Well, maybe that is why they want to see what they are?  You know, to see if they are dangerous? You could be endangering others by holding them back for analysis. This isn't the US where it might be Trump croneys who will try to monetize this, it is Canada, they will actually help you.


Three minutes on drugs.com and I found the one with visible text. Kid would have made a mess. I wonder if I can figure out the variety of the others.
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2020-06-02 8:35:43 PM  
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2020-06-02 8:37:48 PM  

snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.


🙄
 
2020-06-02 8:40:06 PM  

bucket_pup: SBinRR: Has there ever been a case where the objects actually came from the factory?

Yes! Several times over. I worked in a lot of processing plants. They check everything at the end with metal detectors but sometimes parts of the machinery, dust, dirt, etc, can get through.


I found this oddly humorous.
I pictured a sign that reads "Do not push this button".
Next day, "Damn Fred, I can't tell which button not to push!"
 
2020-06-02 8:43:17 PM  
Strange Brew - mouse in a bottle
Youtube nC6dBsNz0oc
 
2020-06-02 8:44:27 PM  
I like this one https://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/, it's fun when cleaning grandma's couch.
 
2020-06-02 8:50:30 PM  
Better than a Cracker Jack prize.
 
2020-06-02 8:52:03 PM  

snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.


Pillpack.  The brand name or just the plastic containers.  One loose slot.
 
2020-06-02 9:02:53 PM  

snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.


i take meds 3x daily, three different little piles. many of the pills are similar pile to pile, but there are differences as well. someone may have dropped their meds, they slipped.
 
2020-06-02 9:04:46 PM  
"It could be OxyContin for all we know."

What would happen if it was?

A. 1 hour later: "Wow, I feel pretty good after eating these nuts"... " Huh, that was weird. I think I'm gonna take a nap."
Or
B. "Man, those nuts made me want something... NEED something... but what is it? Man, I'm really jonesing for something right now. I don't know what I'm craving." ... " I need to find a dealer RIGHT NOW. Gawd, I would suck d*ck for some drug, but I don't know what it is... so I guess I'm gonna be sucking lots of d*ck until I can find out which one I'm jonesing for."
 
2020-06-02 9:12:41 PM  

12349876: snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.

Pillpack.  The brand name or just the plastic containers.  One loose slot.


Yep. Looks like someone at the factory dropped their dose in the machine somehow.
 
2020-06-02 9:13:04 PM  

h8sloplay: Well the orange one is a laxative  TCL081


To relieve opioid constipation, I wonder.
 
2020-06-02 9:16:53 PM  

bibliophile42: I like this one https://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/, it's fun when cleaning grandma's couch.


We need to let people sell meds. If we are going to keep being allllll
Health care is a luxury

WTF
 
2020-06-02 9:18:32 PM  

Samsonite Swan: "It could be OxyContin for all we know."

What would happen if it was?

A. 1 hour later: "Wow, I feel pretty good after eating these nuts"... " Huh, that was weird. I think I'm gonna take a nap."
Or
B. "Man, those nuts made me want something... NEED something... but what is it? Man, I'm really jonesing for something right now. I don't know what I'm craving." ... " I need to find a dealer RIGHT NOW. Gawd, I would suck d*ck for some drug, but I don't know what it is... so I guess I'm gonna be sucking lots of d*ck until I can find out which one I'm jonesing for."


No, I'm, curious. Do people need to know they took a narcotic to suffer withdraw?
Hum?
 
2020-06-02 9:20:44 PM  

waxbeans: snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.

🙄


Exactly three as opposed to exactly two? People on multiple meds often have a box for their daily pills - multiple ones in a compartment for day of the week.  Unless there are a lot of other people pulling pills out of the bag, I'd say either happened shortly before sealing bags or is fake, but there's plenty of room for it not to be fake.
 
2020-06-02 9:25:39 PM  
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Dee's nuts
Are spoogin
Dee's nuts have spooged a lot of spoogin
But they're never gonna spooge as mucha spooge
as they spooged when they spooged on youuuuuu
 
2020-06-02 9:45:51 PM  

snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.


I was thinking the same thing. I would not be surprised to see a follow up where an investigation found the tree medicaments at been prescribed to him or someone he knows. Why did he contact the food company first if he did not trust them? He might only have contacted the government agency because the business told him they were doing so and it would have looked suspect if he did not.
 
2020-06-02 9:47:42 PM  

talkertopc: snowjack: I'm a little skeptical, mainly because there are exactly three pills, all different. If they were all the same kind, I could see a factory worker somehow accidentally spilling some of their medicine into the process. Same if there was just one. Entirely possible to be an accident. But three different ones in the same bag? I'm thinking this might be fiction intended to extract a settlement.

I was thinking the same thing. I would not be surprised to see a follow up where an investigation found the tree medicaments at been prescribed to him or someone he knows. Why did he contact the food company first if he did not trust them? He might only have contacted the government agency because the business told him they were doing so and it would have looked suspect if he did not.


All skeptical people just sound like the same people that ask what the suspect did that made the cop shoot and kill them
 
2020-06-02 10:03:00 PM  

Nobody in Peculiar: bucket_pup: SBinRR: Has there ever been a case where the objects actually came from the factory?

Yes! Several times over. I worked in a lot of processing plants. They check everything at the end with metal detectors but sometimes parts of the machinery, dust, dirt, etc, can get through.

I found this oddly humorous.
I pictured a sign that reads "Do not push this button".
Next day, "Damn Fred, I can't tell which button not to push!"


We cleaned (using an air gun from our toolbox since we could not find one ANYWHERE in the plant) the dust off of one of our bottle wrappers while they were running at full production at the Sunny De-lite factory. We learned very, very quickly why we could not find one as they had to stop production and throw out about 500 to a 1000 bottles of contaminated drink mix.

/ Not my biggest f-up, but lesson learned
// Killed one of our competitor's $5,000 control boxes, however.
/// Eventually made my company 100K in direct sales and 200K yearly after solving problem #2.
 
2020-06-02 10:54:32 PM  

waxbeans: Samsonite Swan: "It could be OxyContin for all we know."

What would happen if it was?

A. 1 hour later: "Wow, I feel pretty good after eating these nuts"... " Huh, that was weird. I think I'm gonna take a nap."
Or
B. "Man, those nuts made me want something... NEED something... but what is it? Man, I'm really jonesing for something right now. I don't know what I'm craving." ... " I need to find a dealer RIGHT NOW. Gawd, I would suck d*ck for some drug, but I don't know what it is... so I guess I'm gonna be sucking lots of d*ck until I can find out which one I'm jonesing for."

No, I'm, curious. Do people need to know they took a narcotic to suffer withdraw?
Hum?


People don't need to know they've taken a narcotic to suffer withdrawals (see those old videos where they give rats drugs for weeks). However, one or two pills isn't going to give someone withdrawals.

Hypothetically, if he had nuts laced with OxyContin on a regular basis, he could develop withdrawals... but that seems highly improbable with nuts from a factory.
 
2020-06-02 11:05:24 PM  

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I just watched that episode of Psych.
 
2020-06-02 11:57:44 PM  

Samsonite Swan: waxbeans: Samsonite Swan: "It could be OxyContin for all we know."

What would happen if it was?

A. 1 hour later: "Wow, I feel pretty good after eating these nuts"... " Huh, that was weird. I think I'm gonna take a nap."
Or
B. "Man, those nuts made me want something... NEED something... but what is it? Man, I'm really jonesing for something right now. I don't know what I'm craving." ... " I need to find a dealer RIGHT NOW. Gawd, I would suck d*ck for some drug, but I don't know what it is... so I guess I'm gonna be sucking lots of d*ck until I can find out which one I'm jonesing for."

No, I'm, curious. Do people need to know they took a narcotic to suffer withdraw?
Hum?

People don't need to know they've taken a narcotic to suffer withdrawals (see those old videos where they give rats drugs for weeks). However, one or two pills isn't going to give someone withdrawals.

Hypothetically, if he had nuts laced with OxyContin on a regular basis, he could develop withdrawals... but that seems highly improbable with nuts from a factory.


Interesting
 
2020-06-03 12:38:27 AM  
Yeah, don't mess around with pills in Planter's mixed nuts.

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2020-06-03 9:42:29 AM  
As well he wonders how something like this could happen. The candy was one of several bags of treats given to them by an 87-year old woman, who purchased them at a local grocery store for their great-granddaughter. Stan said the way bags are sealed today, it was an effort to open it. Karen had to first cut off the top of the package with scissors and then there was a zip lock seal they had to pry open.

"It was a real struggle," he said. "It obviously happened during packaging wherever that was."


This makes me not believe anything else he's claiming.  The top of those bags tear right off, and the zip locks aren't closed from the factory.  Also, I suspect the 87-yea-old woman might be the owner of those pills. . .
 
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