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(The Tennessean)   Tennessee is now #1 in meth use. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, Missouri   (tennessean.com) divider line 106
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2013-03-26 01:33:39 PM
It seems like just yesterday that humble Gorst, WA was the meth capitol of the US :(

/Times they are a-changin'
 
2013-03-26 01:42:20 PM
Back to #1.  We've been trading with Missorah for a few years now.
 
2013-03-26 01:50:06 PM
Rankings are meaningless.  It's all about the tournament.
 
2013-03-26 01:53:37 PM
"Shelby County's No. 2 now, who used to not report any labs."

Memphis is last to the party, as usual.

Meth and Memphis is a potentially volitile mix.understatement
 
2013-03-26 01:58:33 PM

mysticcat: Rankings are meaningless.  It's all about the tournament.


LOL
 
2013-03-26 01:58:45 PM
Some reason, always thought Hawaii was #1....
 
2013-03-26 02:00:09 PM
Tweakers. Can't live with them,
and can't let them live.
 
2013-03-26 02:00:56 PM

mysticcat: Rankings are meaningless.  It's all about the tournament.


Cops busted my bracket.  :(
 
2013-03-26 02:01:14 PM
Missouri still #1 in puppy mills. They can't take that away from us.
 
JFC
2013-03-26 02:01:21 PM
USAwesome.
 
2013-03-26 02:01:59 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-26 02:03:35 PM
s8.postimg.org
 
2013-03-26 02:03:59 PM
Go Vols!!
Buttchug that meth you crazies.
 
2013-03-26 02:04:14 PM
NorCal has it's population of Tweakers also.
I know this will come across as insensitive, but these people are like the "Walking Dead" and need to be put down.
Here they will break a window in a car, completely shred their arm, just to get something that will get them some quick cash.
Probably just like everywhere else.
In my world, the first time you are caught using meth, you are sterilized, because I do not want your stanky ass procreating.
 
2013-03-26 02:08:44 PM

the_end_is_rear: In my world, the first time you are caught using meth, you are sterilized, because I do not want your stanky ass procreating.


In my world, your are shot dead.
Just accelerating the inevitable, and not hurting any innocent in the process.
 
2013-03-26 02:09:06 PM
Your neighbors in Kentucky are not pleased
www.blogcdn.com
 
2013-03-26 02:11:33 PM
Surprised...seriously surprised!

I would have thought Arizona would be #1. New Mexico not far behind.

But in all reality Arizona is #1....in legislative meth use.
 
2013-03-26 02:11:42 PM
By definition, one of these 50 great United States has to be #1.  If not Tennessee or Missouri, which of the remaining 48 should it be and why?
 
2013-03-26 02:12:48 PM
Tennessee represent!!
 
2013-03-26 02:13:47 PM
They need to pray more.
 
2013-03-26 02:14:52 PM
Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?
 
2013-03-26 02:15:52 PM

offacue: By definition, one of these 50 great United States has to be #1.  If not Tennessee or Missouri, which of the remaining 48 should it be and why?


I prefer the W.V. meth, myself.  It has less Drano and a much higher battery acid content.  Sure, it costs more, but I'll be dead or in jail in 5 years anyway.
 
2013-03-26 02:16:12 PM
 
2013-03-26 02:16:14 PM

GAT_00: Back to #1.  We've been trading with Missorah for a few years now.


Misery loves company.
 
2013-03-26 02:16:33 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


Fraser
 
2013-03-26 02:18:13 PM
Somehow I think Indiana should be up higher
 
2013-03-26 02:20:53 PM
www.theage.com.au


I live in methsvill CA and have a job involving customer service.
Every time I hear about another trailer exploding I laugh, and hope that it takes down the whole park.
 
2013-03-26 02:21:02 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


I've lived in Chattanooga (Hamilton County) for the past 12 years.  This doesn't surprise me at all.
 
2013-03-26 02:21:59 PM
Things must be slowing down in Missouri due to everyone dying off or going to jail. It's been months since I've been badgered in the parking lot of Walgreens to buy Sudafed so someone can make meth from it.

/Only ignorant rednecks (and politicians pandering to them) say Missourah
 
2013-03-26 02:22:02 PM
I find it odd how many fat people do meth.
 
2013-03-26 02:22:19 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


Way out in the country.
 
2013-03-26 02:22:32 PM
Gonna have to move the final season of Breaking Bad...
 
2013-03-26 02:22:58 PM
Girl I just started to see is visiting her grandparents in TN, I made sure to forward this to her and told her to bring me back some meth.
 
2013-03-26 02:23:08 PM
My home state! Number one y'all!
 
2013-03-26 02:29:26 PM

mysticcat: JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?

Fraser


Whenever we acted bad in public as kids my dad would say "stop acting like your from Frayser" (we lived there)
 
2013-03-26 02:31:37 PM
They have their own theme song too:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-9Fg-3H_Sw
 
2013-03-26 02:31:53 PM

ZodiacMan: JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?

I've lived in Chattanooga (Hamilton County) for the past 12 years.  This doesn't surprise me at all.
East RIdge? Though I once had to get gas in Rossville- it was like walking into the set of a zombie movie. I never got gas so fast in my life and I grew up in Memphis.

 
2013-03-26 02:36:28 PM
it seems to have pretty much burned itself out around here. everyone's dead, went to prison for their five years, or just gave it up

sleeping and eating is good, kids

carpet surfing and window peeping for shadow people not so much
 
2013-03-26 02:36:30 PM

YoOjo: Go Vols!!
Buttchug that meth you crazies.


Didn't that end up being false?
 
2013-03-26 02:37:57 PM
images.nonexiste.net


What? This image was returned by Google when I searched for 'all is right with the world'.
Can I has bikini threadjack?
 
2013-03-26 02:38:58 PM
I'll be back in 30, and if there aren't more wet ladies... I'll be thoroughly disappointed.
 
2013-03-26 02:40:33 PM

GleeUnit: It seems like just yesterday that humble Gorst, WA was the meth capitol of the US :(

/Times they are a-changin'


One of the reasona we have the problems we have now is that nobody was much interested when it was mostly a west coast, semirural, and white person problem.
 
2013-03-26 02:42:03 PM

Omahawg: it seems to have pretty much burned itself out around here. everyone's dead, went to prison for their five years, or just gave it up

sleeping and eating is good, kids

carpet surfing and window peeping for shadow people not so much


I dunno, man. There should be a peopleofcbbroadwaynofrills.com to document those who haven't gotten the memo.

/Saw Margaret McPoyle there last time
 
2013-03-26 02:46:01 PM
Yaaaay!! Now Detroit can change our slogan to "Detroit: NOT #1 in meth!"

/yes, I know Detroit is not a state
//just let us have this one. It's so cold in the D
 
2013-03-26 02:46:27 PM

2 Replies: What? This image was returned by Google when I searched for 'all is right with the world'.
Can I has bikini threadjack?


www.mememaker.net
 
2013-03-26 02:47:07 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


I'm sure there are some in Montgomery County.
 
2013-03-26 02:52:31 PM

2 Replies: What? This image was returned by Google when I searched for 'all is right with the world'.
Can I has bikini threadjack?


I um....

Well thank you, sir or madam. There really is nothing like lovely and unexpected ass.
 
2013-03-26 02:57:04 PM
Says who? Show me!
 
2013-03-26 02:59:21 PM

theurge14: mysticcat: Rankings are meaningless.  It's all about the tournament.

Cops busted my bracket.  :(


Well played. Very well played.

megarian: 2 Replies: What? This image was returned by Google when I searched for 'all is right with the world'.
Can I has bikini threadjack?

I um....

Well thank you, sir or madam. There really is nothing like lovely and unexpected ass.


I couldn't have said it better myself.
 
2013-03-26 03:02:59 PM
So that whole nonsensical set of laws making it hard for allergy sufferers to obtain effective decongestants has done what exactly?

Perhaps we should look at legalizing meth too.  Allow them to buy the same high purity stuff that is/was given to fighter pilots, etc. and we can do away with meth labs.

The issues surrounding meth labs and the needless restrictions on pseudoephedrine seem to be worse then the effects of legalizing it for those who want it and get it now.
 
2013-03-26 03:05:11 PM
I stopped in at a Walmart in Shelbyville once that would seem to support these findings, too. Scary, scary people. Even for Walmart.
 
2013-03-26 03:06:40 PM

pedrop357: So that whole nonsensical set of laws making it hard for allergy sufferers to obtain effective decongestants has done what exactly?

Perhaps we should look at legalizing meth too.  Allow them to buy the same high purity stuff that is/was given to fighter pilots, etc. and we can do away with meth labs.

The issues surrounding meth labs and the needless restrictions on pseudoephedrine seem to be worse then the effects of legalizing it for those who want it and get it now.


Doctors give out dextroamphetamine like it's candy. Just tell them that you can't...hey, what's that over there?
 
2013-03-26 03:06:52 PM

mjohnson71: Things must be slowing down in Missouri due to everyone dying off or going to jail. It's been months since I've been badgered in the parking lot of Walgreens to buy Sudafed so someone can make meth from it.

/Only ignorant rednecks (and politicians pandering to them) say Missourah


Wow, what part of St. Louis do you live in?
 
2013-03-26 03:07:29 PM

FTGodWin: Says who? Show me!


Yes?
 
2013-03-26 03:08:07 PM
But at least them folks in Tennessee ain't doin' the Devil's Weed, so they have that going for them...
 
2013-03-26 03:10:00 PM
Yay. We're #1!
 
2013-03-26 03:13:38 PM

Tourney3p0: YoOjo: Go Vols!!
Buttchug that meth you crazies.

Didn't that end up being false?


Butt-chugger? Well he said it was false...he kinda came up short in explaining why he was bleeding from his rectum with a nigh-lethal BAC, though. Oh and the cops found lots of empty bags from boxes of wine around the house, too.

/It doesn't take Batman to solve that case.
//butt-chugger
 
2013-03-26 03:15:45 PM
Man, between this and mu going to the sec, we aren't gonna have any bragging rights left at all ;)
 
2013-03-26 03:21:04 PM
images2.wikia.nocookie.net

I always wondered why this guy seemed wired all the time.  And Dr. Whoopee--tell me he isn't running an Appalachian pill mill pushing his stuff on fat guys like Chumley and Rush Limbaugh...
 
2013-03-26 03:22:01 PM
i.chzbgr.com

Of all the stupid shiat I did as a yoot, I'm glad I was smart enough to only do this shiat once.
 
2013-03-26 03:24:39 PM

JPSimonetti: This must be an inner city thing


It is very much a rural white people thing.

lh4.googleusercontent.com

Link
 
2013-03-26 03:27:42 PM

Lionel Mandrake: [i.chzbgr.com image 500x212]

Of all the stupid shiat I did as a yoot, I'm glad I was smart enough to only do this shiat once.


They should do a Faces of Math photo gallery, showing how a geek gets fatter and his glasses get thicker the deeper he delves into the world of math addiction.

/yes, i just pulled this out of my asymptote
 
2013-03-26 03:28:47 PM

show me: mjohnson71: Things must be slowing down in Missouri due to everyone dying off or going to jail. It's been months since I've been badgered in the parking lot of Walgreens to buy Sudafed so someone can make meth from it.

/Only ignorant rednecks (and politicians pandering to them) say Missourah

Wow, what part of St. Louis do you live in?


Fenton. Duh.

One time I got asked by different people on the way in and the way out to buy Sudafed at the Walgreens by St. Anthony's. The first guy claimed he was on the "no-buy" list because of allergies. The second one flat out admitted it was for making meth and offered me $20 to make the purchase.
 
2013-03-26 03:34:46 PM
yeah, but Drew is only in Tennessee for a few weeks, it will go back to normal when he leaves.
 
2013-03-26 03:42:14 PM
I hope chemists figure out how to make methamphetamine out of flour or something else very common so that the pharmacy doesn't have to go "papers, please" on me when I want some Sudafed.
 
2013-03-26 03:47:19 PM
So glad I got the hell out of Memphis.
 
2013-03-26 03:47:52 PM

Myria: I hope chemists figure out how to make methamphetamine out of flour or something else very common so that the pharmacy doesn't have to go "papers, please" on me when I want some Sudafed.


I now have this mental image of Pillsbury's Pop 'n' Fresh on a permanent meth buzz--no loafing for this guy...
 
2013-03-26 04:20:37 PM
well that 'splains a lot.

oh and yes bikini thread pls+thnx
 
2013-03-26 04:22:19 PM

Marcintosh: well that 'splains a lot.

oh and yes bikini thread pls+thnx


But, pleeeeeze, no meth babes in bikinis.  I likes my wimmenfolk with some bosoms and physical beauty and not looking like Iggy Pop...
 
2013-03-26 04:25:13 PM

Myria: I hope chemists figure out how to make methamphetamine out of flour or something else very common so that the pharmacy doesn't have to go "papers, please" on me when I want some Sudafed.


I am hoping for the opposite. Come up with an additive to Sudafed that makes it impossible to create meth with it. Or make it explode when it comes into contact with ammonia.
 
2013-03-26 04:30:54 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


Drive down to Columbia. I've got some cousins that I can introduce to you.

/The only way to stop bad people with meth...
 
2013-03-26 04:32:52 PM
This actually does surprise me. Born and raised in the Nashville area, and my Mom's side of the family are drug addicts and alcoholics. Maybe the meth is elsewhere in the state. It could be why country music is so popular here. Maybe on meth it's normal and good.
 
2013-03-26 04:33:46 PM
With spring time and allergies raging into full gear here in Okla, I just want to say FARK YOU to all of the meth maggots who make it such a pain in the ass to get a little pseudoephedrin.

/f*ckers
 
2013-03-26 04:40:11 PM

Lionel Mandrake: [i.chzbgr.com image 500x212]

Of all the stupid shiat I did as a yoot, I'm glad I was smart enough to only do this shiat once.


That is quite possibly the funniest thing I have ever seen in my life.
 
2013-03-26 04:43:42 PM

basemetal: /f*ckers


If you shoot them, I won't blame you.
 
2013-03-26 04:47:02 PM
Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Arkansas -- "Challenge accepted."
 
2013-03-26 04:48:33 PM

mysticcat: JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?

Fraser


Orange Mound, Hickory Hill, Whitehaven
 
2013-03-26 04:49:11 PM
Meth does not seem to be a big problem here in Maryland, so we go at least that going for us.
 
2013-03-26 04:49:22 PM
just legalize it already. jheesh.
 
2013-03-26 04:53:52 PM

KiwDaWabbit: I find it odd how many fat people do meth.


Just imagine how fat they were before
 
2013-03-26 04:58:55 PM

pedrop357: So that whole nonsensical set of laws making it hard for allergy sufferers to obtain effective decongestants has done what exactly?

Perhaps we should look at legalizing meth too.  Allow them to buy the same high purity stuff that is/was given to fighter pilots, etc. and we can do away with meth labs.

The issues surrounding meth labs and the needless restrictions on pseudoephedrine seem to be worse then the effects of legalizing it for those who want it and get it now.


We really need to start treating drug abuse, especially when it comes to addicts, as a public health issue instead of a criminal one before we'll see any real progress. But I don't foresee that ever happening in the US.
 
2013-03-26 05:23:30 PM

KiwDaWabbit: Omahawg: it seems to have pretty much burned itself out around here. everyone's dead, went to prison for their five years, or just gave it up

sleeping and eating is good, kids

carpet surfing and window peeping for shadow people not so much

I dunno, man. There should be a peopleofcbbroadwaynofrills.com to document those who haven't gotten the memo.

/Saw Margaret McPoyle there last time


ha! I'll buy you a beer at the Do Rock or Hard Luck sometime.
 
2013-03-26 05:37:36 PM
While not the top state for meth use/production, Oklahoma still has the county with the highest concentration of meth labs in the nation - Tulsa County, with 979 meth labs known to the DEA.

We're not Number One, but we try harder!
 
2013-03-26 05:43:13 PM
Has Mr. Heisenberg been spotted in Tennessee?
 
2013-03-26 05:45:07 PM
Awww and I thought Kentucky would win cause the town I live in has wonderful stories like this http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/Mans-face-severely-burned-Laurel-C o -Sheriff-suspects-meth-lab-explosion-200117781.html

Or like this
http://www.wkyt.com/yourtown/locations/laurel/headlines/199474431.ht ml

Although those two are very likely related.
 
2013-03-26 06:07:50 PM
Similar laws worked just fine in Oregon. Got rid of the meth labs. Now we import it by the truckload from Mexico.
 
2013-03-26 06:24:00 PM
My name is Bubba..and I have Methalitis...Go Big Orange!
 
2013-03-26 06:27:34 PM

ParagonComplex: This actually does surprise me. Born and raised in the Nashville area, and my Mom's side of the family are drug addicts and alcoholics. Maybe the meth is elsewhere in the state. It could be why country music is so popular here. Maybe on meth it's normal and good.


Well Nashvegas is an urban area meth is more of a rural drug.
 
2013-03-26 06:43:05 PM
Hmmm, must be Al Gore's fault.

Tippers still on my list for banning music.

/farkin' fascist liberals
//why do you alway want to ban things
 
2013-03-26 07:02:49 PM
WO(S)D promotes corruption up and down (across) the chains of societal authority. The ease with which one can either enhance one's power/line one's pockets has only grown easier.

In 1989,, Federal grants became available.  States competed on the single performance metric of kilos snatched up and away from poor little buddy&sis,  Missouri had, for decades, promoted the fields of hemp bushing out all over the Franklin Island Wildlife Area (DNR sold a LOT of bird tags).  The  State cops knew that only stupid out-of-state College students would buy `treaure' maps from ambitious locals (who would then call the `badweed' hotline for the reward; local lawyers would get the student's cases and all was right with the world).

However, several millions in drug pork couldn't be ignored. Though the DNR raised hell (until the gov. shoved a pillow over their face), the cameras were rolling and lies being booked as truth on that October day - over half--a-million plants of the most dangerouis profile!!  Biggest bust in MIDWEST, EVER!!
plants burnt in place in Wildlife Area on piles of discarded tires soaked with kerosene

/funds arrived just in time to coincide with the rise of the SATANISTS!! and the meth...
//always something to waste undeserved streams of revenue on
 
2013-03-26 07:05:39 PM

mysticcat: Rankings are meaningless.  It's all about the tournament.


A+ would LOL again.
 
2013-03-26 07:29:11 PM
Explains a lot.
 
2013-03-26 07:39:43 PM
 
2013-03-26 07:45:54 PM
But how are you going to tell someone from Tennessee by looking at their teeth?
Meth and Tennessee teeth look the same ;)

www.justice.gov
 
2013-03-26 08:52:12 PM
Math is really important in Missouri.
For example, let's say that you need 5 grams of meth to sell at $25 a gram to pay off the rent for your trailer and you have 20 boxes of Sudafed stashed away and you want to convert that.  Assuming you have a 50-75% conversion rate of pseudoephedrine to meth, each Sudafed pill has 30mg of pseudoephedrine, and there are 10 pills in each box, will you have enough to make 5 grams of meth?  If not, how much squirrel meat would you have to sell at $5 per pound to cover the rest?
Oh, you mean meth.
My bad.
 
2013-03-26 09:06:24 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


Williamson County has one of the highest per capita income rankings and highest education ranking in the South. It's all about prescription meds there.
 
2013-03-26 09:28:26 PM
I like how I only notice fellow St. Louis Farkers in threads about pizza, baseball, or meth.
 
2013-03-26 09:40:08 PM
I few years back I was in Memphis for the drag races. I had one of the worst runny nose colds ever. Went to a Walgreens to get some Wal-Fed {their methy brand}.
"Can I see some ID?"
"Sure"
"You're from my Missouri?"
"Yeah, they won't sell it to me there anymore there."
My smartass response almost screwed me but the gal at the pharmacy had her sarcasm meter on.

On another related note, I just saw this recently on Doug Stanhope's website.
"Harry Klingenberg died in a meth lab explosion."
http://www.dougstanhope.com/journal/2012/12/3/this-is-why-i-have-my- em ail-on-the-website.html
 
2013-03-26 09:53:24 PM
kid_icarus:  Well he said it was false...he kinda came up short in explaining why he was bleeding from his rectum

Yeah, that's what I meant.  Didn't all that end up being false?
 
2013-03-26 10:08:10 PM
Does anyone have the formula to turn methamphetamine back into psudoephedrine? It's easier to get the meth these days.
 
909
2013-03-26 10:24:38 PM
It's ALL about the 909.

/ That's all I'm going to say about that.
 
2013-03-26 10:50:16 PM

909: It's ALL about the 909.

/ That's all I'm going to say about that.


Thank goodness my area changed to 951 some time back. Nice not to be associated with that stereotype
 
2013-03-26 10:50:46 PM

p51d007: But how are you going to tell someone from Tennessee by looking at their teeth?
Meth and Tennessee teeth look the same ;)

[www.justice.gov image 250x188]


Not from Tennessee:

www.artlurker.com
 
2013-03-26 11:53:35 PM

JPSimonetti: Having lived in Memphis (Shelby County) for 20 years, and now living in Brentwood (Williamson County, just south of Nashville), this actually surprises me. I mean, yeah, Memphis was a cesspit and pot was only slightly less common than assault there, but I never saw much of the harder drugs or heard about incidents. This must be an inner city thing. Where I live now is just ... the crime rate is like 2% that of Memphis across the board, so nothing interesting ever happens here. Where all these meth labs at?


East Tennessee.

I wish all courts had Williamson County juries :).
 
2013-03-27 07:58:47 AM

the_end_is_rear: NorCal has it's population of Tweakers also.
I know this will come across as insensitive, but these people are like the "Walking Dead" and need to be put down.
Here they will break a window in a car, completely shred their arm, just to get something that will get them some quick cash.
Probably just like everywhere else.
In my world, the first time you are caught using meth, you are sterilized, because I do not want your stanky ass procreating.


How about put them on an island with those on bath salts.  More meth heads, but the bath salts folk have more sticktoitivness.  Should be a good battle.
 
2013-03-27 09:38:14 AM

LL316: How about put them on an island with those on bath salts. More meth heads, but the bath salts folk have more sticktoitivness. Should be a good battle.


Like Norway?
 
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