Submitted by ROH on April, 7th 2017
After working in an Auto assembly plant for more than 20 years staying awake and alert are the
only way to be safe. Remaining focused on the line can literally make the difference between
going home at the end of the shift or spending time at the Emergency Room getting stitched up
or even worse. With the switching of shifts from days to nights and then back and forth from time
to time it is almost impossible to get enough rest to keep going. I was starting to feel desperate
and had to do something fast.
When I found myself using up vacation days to try and catch up on sleep, I realized I had to act
before the fatigue affected my family life. I am not an expert like the ones on TV, but I know if
my wife and daughters arent happy, nobody's happy. A few of the people I work with were
talking about the Limitless Pill like from the movie, and we wished that we could take one of
those to make the job easy. In the rural Midwest we end up doing a lot of hoping for better
things, but nothing seems to come of it.
Since I am considered the internet guy at work, they asked me to check and see if there was
anything that we could find to try to keep up with the crazy demands of long shifts and time
changes. Energy drinks just made us jittery, and we had to take too many bathroom breaks, and
straight caffeine made us as irritable as all three of those bears that traumatized the little blonde
girl in the story books. I started my homework for our team of chronically tired auto-making
zombies and found out that the Limitless Pill was something called Modafinil or Provigil. Lots
of people were taking it for help with studying, working, or even symptoms of over-tiredness
from conditions like Narcolepsy and Sleep Apnea. What I read sounded too good to be true and
to say I was skeptical might just be the understatement of the year.
I had searched multiple sites and found only a handful that offered the products that seemed
halfway legitimate. Some of the websites were pretending to be online drugstores, and they had
catchy names with RX and prescription-sounding jargon. After reading reviews, I narrowed my
search down to two sites, and I sent emails to both of them explaining my mission on behalf of
my sleepwalking assembly posse. One of the two seemed very professional but almost clinical
in a weird sort of way. Then I got an email from Afinil Express and somebody named Roh. Roh
seemed more interested in asking questions and finding out how to help with our situation more
than just trying to sell me something. We put together an order for the group, and I didnt even
need to hold my breath or cross my fingers because I just knew I could trust the train as they
Now Im not one to go on about stuff, and Ive never actually spoken out for anything other than
a few sacred topics like barbecue and beer, but now that my team of tool-toters has been using
Modalert for a couple of months I have to write in and tell people. Most folks are just like we
were, desperate and worn out but too scared to try something new and way too nervous about
trusting someone overseas to send us anything. Like it said on the site at Afinil Express to
know something for certain you need to experience it.
I cant describe what we are experiencing at work or how I am different at home with my family,
but whatever it is Ill take it. I have tons of energy but never feel jumpy, Ive lost about 5
pounds but still need to shed another 20, just because I get so focused I dont crave any
snacks. The pranks and joking around at work are back just like when we were all young and
full of vinegar, and I even tried helping my daughter with her math the other night. I figured it
would be like Brad Cooper and I would know everything, well so much for that part, but
everything else is tops. It took a leap of faith to buy a ticket on the Afinil Express, but now that
about 40 of us are regular passengers on that locomotive I can tell you one thing for certain
that trains on time.
one of your customers :).