I have had long history of being around drug users and abusers. Certain drugs make people act, generally, in certain ways. This seems to be the basis for our judgment of a drug in society. People on crack tend to be very anxious and often turn to crime for money to get a fix. When I see people abusing Xanax they really seem to lose all control. They are vicious and never seem to see that their actions might be immoral. They are terrifying, really. Why is it that society doesn't seem to act like Xanax is an incredibly powerful, destructive drug? Is it the legal status, or is it just that maybe people think someone on Xanax is actually on another drug?