Author Topic: Acquiring precursors in the future...  (Read 2823 times)

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algae

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Acquiring precursors in the future...
« on: August 07, 2002, 10:54:00 PM »

I've noticed lately that there are quite a few sources popping up for a certain scheduled chem. Sources that are ready and willing to sell to anyone with no questions asked. And for a chem. that a couple of yrs. ago couldn't bee found(or by very much difficulty) by searching. Now for my question: What do you think the level of difficulty will bee in acquiring precursors in say 5yrs, or even 10yrs down the road?
This question is more directed to the veteran bees who've been in the game for quite awhile and have seen the acquisition patterns throughout the yrs.

EDIT: Sorry if this belongs in the Couch, but thought it could really go both ways.

Osmium

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It's getting more difficult every year.
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2002, 11:11:00 PM »
It's getting more difficult every year.

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foxy2

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Thats what the Hive[sup]TM[/sup]
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2002, 11:48:00 PM »
We create precursors out of previously non-precursors.

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algae

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MaDMAx: gbl. Seems like anyone w/ half a brain ...
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2002, 12:36:00 AM »
MaDMAx: gbl. Seems like anyone w/ half a brain who knows how to use a search engine that giggles can find something on it. I'm courious as to see just how easy, or hard it will be in the next few yrs, as opposed to now to acquire other certain items.
foxy2: It may just be my pessimistic way of thinking, but how long do you think it will bee before those "non-precursors" become just as regulated as everything else, or worst, just as availiable as such and such from some auction site. On the other hand, who's to say which is worse. I'm sure not.
Just wanted to know what some of you thought about the longevity of honey makin'

SaintCyril

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Worst Case
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2002, 12:43:00 AM »
Well they won't ban any precursors which would have an effect of greater then $100,000,000 on the legitmate economy -- peppers, cinnamon, farm anhydrous, formeldahyde, vanillin, and many others.

Cy

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algae

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are you talking annually?
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2002, 12:47:00 AM »
are you talking annually?

SaintCyril

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Yes
« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2002, 12:48:00 AM »
Yes annually.
Cy

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BenWiFFen

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Green tint
« Reply #7 on: August 08, 2002, 01:17:00 AM »
Has anybody noticed a green tint just for a sec when first lit. There's one example of a attempt to foil our fun. And to my supprise the purple stuff has ben seen in 16% lately. In general it's getting harder for the PIE cook.

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weedar

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This is an interesting question..
« Reply #8 on: August 08, 2002, 03:13:00 AM »
How long before the Hive will bee without bees because
nobody has the "ingredients" to dream with..Except those
who dream they are big-time producers..? :o

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GOD

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never happen. The hive may close down, but ...
« Reply #9 on: August 08, 2002, 03:51:00 AM »
never happen.  The hive may close down, but clandestine chemistry will always exist as long as prohibition does.
where theres a will, theres a way.

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Added point
« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2002, 04:07:00 AM »
Although many of the precursors may not be banned or controlled to the extent that you speak of, they will more then likely be denatured to hell-- more work.

Cy

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