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New Zealand Banning BZP
- By: thischickMar 8, 2007
It looks like the party is almost over and New Zealand party pill users just don't want to go home. Debate is on over whether or not legal party pill BZP should be made an illegal substance and therefore banned. BZP has an amphetamine-like effect that users really enjoy even though the pill was originally developed to stop bowel parasites in cattle. Statistics show that 26 million party pills have been bought and consumed with no deaths reported, so Kiwi's are prepared to fight for their right to party. Most Kiwi's are of the opinion that BZP is no worse than cigarettes, that even though cigarettes pose a risk to health, they are perfectly legal to buy and consume. As well, drug sale revenues would be seriously crippled for the not-so-cheap $10 pill that has been wildly popular since being brought to market. Everyone knows that kiwis have an unusually high zest for life. Now we know why, it's chemically-induced. Party in a pill, where do I sign-up?