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(WRCB)   PRO TIP: If your drug dealer takes your money and doesn't deliver the marijuana and cocaine you bought from him, just let it go and don't go calling 911   (wrcbtv.com) divider line 29
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2013-05-05 08:03:47 AM
Well, technically, he's not a drug dealer, he's a thief at that point.
 
2013-05-05 08:05:42 AM
ITS A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE (principal?)!
 
2013-05-05 08:06:16 AM
I guess some people just don't get that weed is illegal. If someone ripped me off for an illegal product, I'd take stock of how powerful and connected the dude was. If he was a nobody and not any bigger than I am, I guess I'd have to go after him physically. If he was a nobody and big, that's where you call in an anonymous tip that "Dave" is selling drugs on your lawn.
 
2013-05-05 08:12:44 AM
Noob. Everyone knows you need to call the Better Business Bureau
 
2013-05-05 08:18:05 AM
I'm all in favor of druggies calling the cops on violent criminals, hopefully they get a slap on the wrist, and a real criminal gets put away, but calling the cops over getting ripped off by your dealer seems like a special kind of stupid.
 
2013-05-05 08:24:31 AM
That happened to a friend and me when we were visiting Santa Cruz.  A skateboard punk took off with our $40 and didn't bring back the promised weed.  He had one of those skanky rings through his lower lip.  The next day we saw what we thought was the same guy.  Two large unstoned people crossed the street and stared at his lower lip, which was ringless, and seemingly un-pierced.
But we didn't call 911.

U-CSCSB
 
2013-05-05 08:30:17 AM
But Mommy always said to call 911 for any emergency.
 
2013-05-05 08:46:08 AM
If this dude tried ratting me out to the cops, I'd take a power saw to his arms and legs.
 
2013-05-05 08:47:41 AM
Took a 911 call yesterday for some lady reporting the corner store for not giving her the full amount of cash she was promised for her food stamps.
 
2013-05-05 08:55:52 AM
It'll be easy for the cops to find the caller, he'll be wearing a helmet and riding a short bus.
 
2013-05-05 08:58:24 AM
I just bring him some mercury fulminate and throw it on the GROUND.
 
2013-05-05 09:05:53 AM
Dave's not here man.

/obscure
 
2013-05-05 09:22:06 AM

AbbeySomeone: Dave's not here man.

/obscure


No, I'm Dave.
 
2013-05-05 09:42:17 AM
Dealer wont last long if that's how he handles business.

I've never done drugs - and I think a bit low of people that are caught up in that sort of world, but sooner or later he's going to piss off the wrong meth head, or coke fiend and they are going to just kill him.

If I was dealing with some sort of illegal product or service and got scammed, the only recourse you have is painful and swift revenge. Depending on how messed up you are in the head, could range from breaking his kneecaps to putting a bullet in his head.  There is fail on both sides of this equation.

In the end society will be better off in the long run had none of these people existed in the first place.
 
2013-05-05 09:46:52 AM

AbbeySomeone: Dave's not here man.

/obscure


Uh.. not even close to obscure. I hope you're being facetious.
 
2013-05-05 09:47:01 AM
See, this is why we need better drug dealer control.
No Assault drug dealers. Just don't want them on our streets.
Limits to baggie size, who needs more than 1/4 oz hunting for a buzz?
And certainly we need to register all transactions so the criminals and all,,,
 
2013-05-05 09:54:02 AM
Come now, we're in the era where the real dealers have a pre-paid cell number you call and get added to a route. If you have the number it's because you've been vetted by another customer and it's C.O.D.  None of this "waiting in front of a video store" bullshiat, that's strictly ghetto.
 
2013-05-05 10:20:43 AM
Why is there this idea that when potheads do something irrational that it is something unique? You'd have to be a pothead to think such as.
 
2013-05-05 10:38:08 AM
New Pro tip: You lift some kids phone off the bus (they will call it; say you found it and have left the area and will mail it to them/this is to give you time with it) use it to drop the dime on said drug dealer by telling cops they have mass amounts of drugs in home or on person however they do business  because FARK THEM!! Let the cops know you are calling from a phone you found on the bus and will be returning it to it's owner like the good citizen you are, hang up.
I thought pot was suppose to make you creative? Not a pot head so.....
 
2013-05-05 10:40:58 AM
I wonder how this story would have played out if it was legal for the guy to buy his pot from a pharmacy, gas station or grocery store.
 
2013-05-05 10:45:12 AM

born_yesterday: Well, technically, he's not a drug dealer, he's a thief at that point.


Just call the cops and say, "this guy robbed me!"

Actually, serious question; if we replaced the drugs in this equation with something legal, like groceries or a gun (/trollin'trollin'trollin') how would it shake out?  There isn't much evidence of the theft besides the money, which is hard to prove where it came from when it's cash, so would the thief get away with it?
 
2013-05-05 10:47:22 AM

King Something: I wonder how this story would have played out if it was legal for the guy to buy his pot from a pharmacy, gas station or grocery store.


Well then the transaction would have been on camera, and probably documented via the credit/debit card purchase.
 
2013-05-05 11:41:18 AM
 Who the hell pays money without getting anything right away in the underground market place. If that's the case then your really just fronting them the money in which case they better be your bestest friend in the whole world whom you trust like a brother.. a brother whom you really trust.

Hypnozombie
//The more you know.
 
2013-05-05 02:17:50 PM
Ah the old Ill be right back scam. unless this guy was a noob he never shouldve fallen for it.
cops shouldnt go after drug users at all.

its not a drug users fault for being on drugs. Its the cops fault for not busting dealers suppliers and distributors.

If you want to wage a war on drugs thats how it should be looked at.

or you could just legalize the shiat and be done with it
 
2013-05-05 02:45:38 PM

flyinglizard: AbbeySomeone: Dave's not here man.

/obscure

No, I'm Dave.


Who?
 
2013-05-05 02:54:04 PM

Karl LaFong: flyinglizard: AbbeySomeone: Dave's not here man.

/obscure

No, I'm Dave.

Who?


Dave man, Dave! Now open the door!
 
2013-05-05 03:23:04 PM

flyinglizard: Karl LaFong: flyinglizard: AbbeySomeone: Dave's not here man.

/obscure

No, I'm Dave.

Who?

Dave man, Dave! Now open the door!


Dave's not here.
 
2013-05-05 03:32:19 PM

teenage mutant ninja rapist: Ah the old Ill be right back scam. unless this guy was a noob he never shouldve fallen for it.
cops shouldnt go after drug users at all.

its not a drug users fault for being on drugs. Its the cops fault for not busting dealers suppliers and distributors.

If you want to wage a war on drugs thats how it should be looked at.

or you could just legalize the shiat and be done with it


But that takes actual effort and hard work. It's several orders of magnitude easier for cops to just go after the end user -- and even more cost-effective than it is easy due to asset forfeiture laws, since they don't even need to arrest a person suspected of having a thousandth of a gram of one of the most abundant plants on earth in order to seize all of that person's worldly possessions and sell those items at auction.

And if that person starts getting ornery (read:contempt of cop, existing while not a rich white man, not consenting to a warrantless search, etc.), the cops could call in the dogs, who will then "find" drugs on that person and thus give the cops the go-ahead to beat that person to within an inch of his life while "instructing" the guy to stop "resisting". The subsequent arrests for possession and resisting arrest will ensure that that guy's life is completely ruined forever with almost no chance of ever having the chance of ever having any source of legal income.

/or we could avoid all that by decriminalizing a plant that's less toxic than water
//................NAH!
 
2013-05-06 08:12:56 PM

snocone: See, this is why we need better drug dealer control.
No Assault drug dealers. Just don't want them on our streets.
Limits to baggie size, who needs more than 1/4 oz hunting for a buzz?
And certainly we need to register all transactions so the criminals and all,,,


Okay, I'll take a crack at it.
You need larger "baggie sizes" if you don't dig having to go score every hour or so.
1/4 oz?
That won't even get you out of coffee mode around here.
It should be fair to take any kind of rip off artist into your own custody, and have them prostitute themselves to recoup your losses, with interest.
NO FARKERS!
These phuks would rip you off just for the sexy bit.

Dave?
Dave?
Oh yeah.....
...................
Dave ain't here.
 
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