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(Press of Atlantic City)   Not news: sending kids' drawings to Daddy in prison. Fark: colored with drug-infused paint   (pressofatlanticcity.com) divider line 37
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2011-03-29 09:10:19 PM  
Suboxone? Why smuggle that in? Couldn't an addict get that prescribed in prison as part of rehab? And I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.
 
2011-03-29 11:42:01 PM  
gotta give props for the cleverness of the idea.
 
2011-03-30 01:20:39 AM  
hey, that's actually pretty clever.
 
2011-03-30 02:45:30 AM  
I'd scratch and sniff it.
 
2011-03-30 02:50:12 AM  

Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.


yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.
 
2011-03-30 02:54:42 AM  

CliChe Guevara: Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.

yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.


Yeah, the length of intoxication would seem to be a contraindication for acid.

Anyone ever see "In the name of the Father"?
There's a guy in prison in that whose wife sends him a jigsaw puzzle that's been dipped in acid.
 
2011-03-30 02:56:24 AM  
This should be a photoshop topic...
 
2011-03-30 03:02:17 AM  
FTFA:"Additionally, Debbie Longo, of West Wildwood, was charged with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance and intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone. Her bail was set at $25,000."


There is a school in the prison?
 
2011-03-30 03:07:33 AM  

Gothnet: CliChe Guevara: Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.

yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.

Yeah, the length of intoxication would seem to be a contraindication for acid.

Anyone ever see "In the name of the Father"?
There's a guy in prison in that whose wife sends him a jigsaw puzzle that's been dipped in acid.


In King of the Hill, an inmate got Peggy to smuggle him a Boggle timer filled with heroin instead of sand.
 
2011-03-30 03:17:38 AM  
Certain druggie acquaintences I knew years ago used to know claimed to have done something similar. Except they infused the paper/cardboard itself with the drugs and only in certain patterns/shapes that the receiver knew to cut out of the pic and extract later.

Pretty farking clever but no idea if actually true... knowing the people, probably some truth to it.
 
2011-03-30 03:17:59 AM  

SilentStrider: gotta give props for the cleverness of the idea.


Agreed. You couldn't get much material in there, but on the other hand you only need micrograms of some drugs (e.g. fentanyl derivatives).

/we miss you daddy, so we're sending you some Love from your Son and Daughter.
 
2011-03-30 03:19:33 AM  
Reminds me of the plot of the 1968 film Skidoo, directed by Otto Preminger and starring Jackie Gleason. Very weird film. Don't go looking for it on home video; no release of it exists. I was lucky enough to see it when a friend of a friend taped it off a rare airing on Turner Classic Movies a couple of years ago.
 
2011-03-30 03:28:12 AM  

geekbikerskum: Reminds me of the plot of the 1968 film Skidoo, directed by Otto Preminger and starring Jackie Gleason. Very weird film. Don't go looking for it on home video; no release of it exists. I was lucky enough to see it when a friend of a friend taped it off a rare airing on Turner Classic Movies a couple of years ago.



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2011-03-30 03:30:29 AM  

Gothnet: CliChe Guevara: Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.

yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.

Yeah, the length of intoxication would seem to be a contraindication for acid.

Anyone ever see "In the name of the Father"?
There's a guy in prison in that whose wife sends him a jigsaw puzzle that's been dipped in acid.


Was that the one where the puzzle was a map of the world?

/"You want Ireland?"
//"Naw, man. I don't want a bad trip."
 
2011-03-30 03:30:50 AM  

LOGICAL_PSYCHO: Groucho Marx plays the LSD-taking gangster known as "God". 'Nuff said?


Oh man, now I have to see it.
 
2011-03-30 03:33:16 AM  
Suboxone? Why? It doesn't even get you high..in fact it blocks opium receptors, keeping you from getting high. Weird..
 
2011-03-30 03:34:00 AM  

LOGICAL_PSYCHO: FTFA:"Additionally, Debbie Longo, of West Wildwood, was charged with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance and intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone. Her bail was set at $25,000."


There is a school in the prison?


That was my thought.. I'd imagine they tacked that on because the woman used kid's coloring books.. at least I really, really hope that's it.
 
2011-03-30 03:40:19 AM  

FarkOffAndEatShirts:
That was my thought.. I'd imagine they tacked that on because the woman used kid's coloring books.. at least I really, really hope that's it.





Oh dear god I hope not.
That would be the biggest abuse of law I have ever heard of if true.
 
2011-03-30 03:49:48 AM  
He was using the PAINT to get high? Who uses PAINT to . . . .

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Oh, right. Carry on, then.
 
2011-03-30 04:04:33 AM  
he's never heard how to take acid?

LOL
 
Nib
2011-03-30 04:14:10 AM  

egg_mcmuffin: Suboxone? Why? It doesn't even get you high..in fact it blocks opium receptors, keeping you from getting high. Weird..


Not true. 2mg can get a non tolerant person very high. It is actually MORE powerful than other opiates with a very high affinity for the opiate receptors. That is why it blocks other opiates from working, because it basically kicks their ass and takes their lunch money.
 
2011-03-30 04:16:40 AM  

Nib: egg_mcmuffin: Suboxone? Why? It doesn't even get you high..in fact it blocks opium receptors, keeping you from getting high. Weird..

Not true. 2mg can get a non tolerant person very high. It is actually MORE powerful than other opiates with a very high affinity for the opiate receptors. That is why it blocks other opiates from working, because it basically kicks their ass and takes their lunch money.




I thought it had a derivative of narcan in it.
 
2011-03-30 05:13:29 AM  
This is appalling - time to ban Disney books.
 
2011-03-30 06:13:47 AM  
it's my understanding that tar heroin is often smuggled it in a similar fashion, smeared across a page in a book or something. Actually using it as 'black' coloring in a picture would probably work even better.
 
2011-03-30 06:21:56 AM  
"In my 38 years of law enforcement, I've never seen anything like this," Schaffer said

Is this a required statement in every "crime" article? I've seen this so many times that I wonder how much of a sheltered career some sheriffs/real old cops have had. Everything is always the worst or something that's never been seen before.
 
2011-03-30 07:02:53 AM  

JohnWayne'sMangirdle: "In my 38 years of law enforcement, I've never seen anything like this," Schaffer said

Is this a required statement in every "crime" article? I've seen this so many times that I wonder how much of a sheltered career some sheriffs/real old cops have had. Everything is always the worst or something that's never been seen before.


Didn't your teachers in elementary school tell you every year that you were the best or smartest class they ever taught?

Or was that just my class?

Seriously, they just say stuff like that without meaning it.
 
2011-03-30 08:22:43 AM  
This is brilliant. That is all.
 
2011-03-30 09:16:52 AM  
Where there is an addiction, there is a way...

And for not addiction but just want to...

Carefully open a bag of english walnuts.

Same with the nuts.

Remove the nuts from the shells.

Stuff shells with weed and super glue back together.

Carefully reseal bag and mail to inmate.

Works until someone snitches.
 
2011-03-30 10:26:18 AM  

Oznog: Gothnet: CliChe Guevara: Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.

yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.

Yeah, the length of intoxication would seem to be a contraindication for acid.

Anyone ever see "In the name of the Father"?
There's a guy in prison in that whose wife sends him a jigsaw puzzle that's been dipped in acid.

In King of the Hill, an inmate got Peggy to smuggle him a Boggle timer filled with heroin instead of sand.


It was coke, not heroin.
 
2011-03-30 10:31:46 AM  
Hmm, the goldfish mighta passed, but those other two pretty plainly have something weird going on.

Also, a protip: ETS="eat this stamp"
 
2011-03-30 11:07:43 AM  
Blotter acid was my first thought. What a waste of an innovative smuggling method!
 
2011-03-30 11:09:54 AM  

LOGICAL_PSYCHO: FTFA:"Additionally, Debbie Longo, of West Wildwood, was charged with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance and intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone. Her bail was set at $25,000."


There is a school in the prison?


The Cape May County Technical High School is within a mile of the county jail. Close enough to allow a zealous DA to slap on a buncha additional charges to a) negotiate with or b) fark the accused with.
 
2011-03-30 12:03:13 PM  
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2011-03-30 01:43:16 PM  

CliChe Guevara: Earguy: I'd guess there wouldn't be many doses in paint on construction paper, compared to, say, blotter acid.

yeah, hundreds of doses of blotter acid would indeed fit and be virtually untraceable, but would locked up in prison be the best place to really want to drop acid? I can't imagine that would be a drug of choice in there. that would seriously fark up your head.


Exactly what I thought when I read TFA.
 
2011-03-30 04:19:03 PM  
The prisoners shouldn't get the original copies of their letters. It would solve a lot of problems if all the inmates received photocopies of their mail.
 
2011-03-31 12:25:47 AM  

RDixon: Where there is an addiction, there is a way...

And for not addiction but just want to...

Carefully open a bag of english walnuts.

Same with the nuts.

Remove the nuts from the shells.

Stuff shells with weed and super glue back together.

Carefully reseal bag and mail to inmate.

Works until someone snitches.


That is cute. You think you can mail food to inmates. In any facility that is concerned with security (all but low-minimal or those in open-custody type programs which is a rather small percentage of facilities) would even consider allowing that (for the exact reason you mention). No facility with locked doors would allow anything of that nature to be shipped in for a variety of reasons and security is the most commonly given reason though I suspect that the goal is to sell the inmates pricier stuff that they get a cut of but I digress... Places like pre-release or community level custody may allow for such lax measures though that too is quite unlikely.
 
2011-03-31 03:00:01 AM  
Just by looking at the pictures, it is obvious that something is not right. The parts with the drugs stay inside the lines and are painted in, while the parts that the kids really did are just scribbles and are drawn with crayons. No wonder they got caught.
 
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