A Purple CU Pokeball, pictured next to its noticeably light reactions on the Marquis, Mecke, and Simons Reagent tests (above).
Description: OK…Please don’t shoot the messenger.
The test results seem a little odd and not on par with any other Pokes Ive tested.As you can see in the pics. The Mand and Marq have a bit of red in it. The Mand went from a crimson red to the color it is in the pic.
The Marq stayed that color for about 10 sec before going completely black. My kit is up to date and my testing area is free of any contamination. What do you guys think?
This would indicate K and an Amp (Speed like sub.)
Mecke was black instantly.
Simons Royal Blue
and No response to the Rob.
Im going to leave this a bit open as to a warning just yet.
Quoted beneath the picture is veteran pill tester emericanpie, whose reports we have always respected. emericanpie filed that test report on July 29th. The pictured results at the top are very weak reaction results arrived at in tests by calistyle24, who made a submission to www.pillreports.com today from Las Vegas, are even weaker than the results that caused emericanpie to say his results were “odd and not on par with any other Pokes I’ve tested.”
Here’s calistyle24′s important test report:
|Date Submitted:||August 5, 2010, 2:23 am GMT|
|Last Updated:||August 5, 2010, 6:17 am GMT|
|Name:||Purple CU Pokeball|
|State/Province:||Las Vegas, NV|
|Report Quality Rating:||(5 stars, 1 vote)|
|Description:||Tested Only, all tests came back positive for MDMA/MDEA|
As emericanpie explains, an amphetamine like substance could be causing the tinges of red/orange, but what about in calistyle24′s test, where the reactions are weak and watery? Has the Pokeball conglomerate already added more caffeine to the mix, or are they changing the pill’s composition, as we predicted they would?