Amazon Might Start Selling Prescription Drugs

NBC New York: Amazon is in the final stages of figuring out its strategy to get into the multibillion dollar prescription drug market. The company will decide before Thanksgiving whether to move into selling prescription drugs online, according to an email from Amazon viewed by CNBC and a source familiar with the situation. …


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Well polish my nuts and serve me a milkshake.  We’ve got drugs on deck thanks to the kind, innovative, and progressive folks at Amazon.  Adderall at your doorstep with the click of a button (if you’re into that kinda thing).  Percocet at your doorstep with the click of a button (if that’s your cup of tea).  Whatever your vice, it’ll soon be at the ready.  I know absolutely zero of the logistics and specifics of this new venture Amazon is about to take on, but I’m confident it’s gonna kill be a winner because Amazon is a winner.

There are gonna be drones everywhere soon dropping opioids all over the place.  Amazon does it all.  A to Z.  Formerly Alarm clocks to Zip ties, and now Atomoxetine to Zopiclone.  No more pharmacies, no more shady drug dealers, no more rehearsed sob stories for the doctor.  Probably bad news for addicts and drug abusers; something about rampant Vicodin usage that worries me some.  Probably good news for people who are actually sick and need drugs.  But I’m buying in until further notice.

Hey Alexa, fuck me up, fam!


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