Thanks to thelazer’s busy day of testing, we know that the Yellow Transformer pictured with its test results above, is adulterated, and that these pills are “known pipes.”
Let’s take a look at thelazer’s latest submission to www.pillreports.com:
|Date Submitted:||June 22, 2010, 9:41 pm GMT|
|Last Updated:||June 22, 2010, 10:24 pm GMT|
|Report Quality Rating:||not rated|
|Description:||Meck reaction showed little change at first, going to a yellow leading me to assume DXM. One small speck of it, turned immediately dark green so there is some MDXX in there.
Simons reaction turned dark blue.
Could not find any additional reports yet on this to confirm or verify.
|Marquis Reagent:||No Reaction|
|Mecke Reagent:||No Reaction|
|Posted on June 22, 2010, 10:26 pm GMT by we r1
These are known pipes, and as with the other pill you tested the yellow is not a reaction, just the dyes from the pill
|Posted on June 22, 2010, 10:28 pm GMT by adamoreve
Yellow seem like it’s from the dye of the pill… Pipe does turn the Simons blue..lead to me pipe anybody correct me if I’m wrong. Believe this should have a warning.
Very recently, similar pills–Green Transformers with an outpressed logo turned up in New York, and appear to be good hits.
This is just more evidence that you can not trust any name brand in Ecstasy blindly, most especially a name like Transformers, with a questionable reputation. We also noted in that link above how we have not seen too many round, not cutout Transformer pills lately. This yellow makes the 2nd since the weekend.
Have Transformer makers gotten wise to what we the people think of cutouts?