Please know Derek, that I'm not only speaking to you here, but others on this site. I don't want to dissuade you from using this site. But, I do want to give you and others an admonition concerning the proper identification and proper methods of disposal or finding out what a pill or pills are, and also, who a pill or pills might belong to, though.
Okay, perhaps a lesson has been learned here? Derek asks about identifying a pill. I attempted to find out some information in order to guide Derek in what to do about the pill that he has found. In his original question, Derek not only wanted to know "what kind of pill it is," but also "and it's information." Derek gets angry and blows up, because I have not simply identified the pill and it's functions as a pill. His reaction speaks for itself.
Why would a person want to know so much about a pill that they had simply "found?" For most of us, the answer is simple concerning a pill or pills that we might find and not know to whom it/they belong. Take it/them to a pharmacist for proper identification and proper disposal. Pills don't simply just "walk" into your home. Perhaps the pill is something that is really expensive to obtain and might need to be taken to the person for whom it has been prescribed? Derek doesn't seemed concerned as to whom the person the pill might belong only, what is the identity of the pill and it's functions as a pill. In order to be truly responsible and to maintain the integrity of this site, we don't really know the answers to those questions if we are to be truthful about it. Please see the post below this one concerning that. The far-reaching ramifications of being incorrect in matters such as this are well known on this site.
Just disposing of a pill by throwing it away and/or dumping it down the toilet, may not be a proper or good way to dispose of a medication or other type of pill due the risks of contamination to the populace in other ways because of those ways of getting rid of a pill. Ground water contamination, someone, perhaps a child, accidentally finding it in the garbage and thinking it is candy of some sort; perhaps a pet might find it and decide that it was food, etc. Taking a pill or pills to a pharmacist for identification and then proper disposal would seem to be the safest route to go.
(This answer is subject to revision. Thank you.)