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(The Courier UK)   If you stole a bottle of cypermethrin in Scotland, police would like you to know it doesn't contain meth, even though its name does. And oh, by the way, you really, really shouldn't ingest it   (thecourier.co.uk) divider line 12
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2013-05-27 08:33:49 AM
5 votes:
Damn police.  Darwin had a lot riding on this one.
2013-05-27 09:20:55 AM
3 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: Can't believe this toxic substance was left in a car overnight.


Just wait til you find out what's in the gas tank!
2013-05-27 11:06:21 AM
2 votes:

Pribar: I had some Potassium permanganate stolen a couple months ago. My journeyman was unpacking and storing a UPS delivery and didn't know what it was (used to age bone so you can match saddles, tuner buttons, nuts etc on vintage instruments) so she left it on the counter for me to take care of once I got done serving a customer. while I was busy writing up a estimate for the guys guitar a teenager that I had assumed belonged to the customer (since they had walked in nearly at the same time) grabbed the bag of KMnO4 and booked with it, the customer was as shocked as I and had no idea who the kid was. I called the cops and did a FYI report with em but have not heard anything more about it. I have no idea why he grabbed the crap as it is a bluish purple powder that looks like someone fished it out of the depths of Chernobyl I can not imagine anyone trying to snort or shoot it and if they did they will find out what a strong oxidizing agent can do to you.


/my shop is generally not open to the public, the only customers I normally allow in are referrals, customer pick ups or friends


Police describe the suspect as 5'10", 180 lbs, and purple in complexion.
dh2
2013-05-27 11:00:04 AM
2 votes:
"----ing marvelous stuff!"
      -Mr. Tulip
2013-05-27 04:12:18 PM
1 votes:

LoneWolf343: mikefinch: Pribar: I had some Potassium permanganate stolen a couple months ago. My journeyman was unpacking and storing a UPS delivery and didn't know what it was (used to age bone so you can match saddles, tuner buttons, nuts etc on vintage instruments) so she left it on the counter for me to take care of once I got done serving a customer. while I was busy writing up a estimate for the guys guitar a teenager that I had assumed belonged to the customer (since they had walked in nearly at the same time) grabbed the bag of KMnO4 and booked with it, the customer was as shocked as I and had no idea who the kid was. I called the cops and did a FYI report with em but have not heard anything more about it. I have no idea why he grabbed the crap as it is a bluish purple powder that looks like someone fished it out of the depths of Chernobyl I can not imagine anyone trying to snort or shoot it and if they did they will find out what a strong oxidizing agent can do to you.


/my shop is generally not open to the public, the only customers I normally allow in are referrals, customer pick ups or friends

If you mix it with antifreeze it starts on fire...

At work we have boxes and boxes of ping pong balls half filled with KmNO4 and a special gun that injects them with glycol and fires them out like a potato cannon. There are handheld versions and a big one that hangs underneath a helicopter. Super cool to watch in action.

Molten ping pong balls ftw. On boring days when visitors would come by i would show them how the chemical reaction works with a needle of antifreeze and a few ping pong balls of the stuff. It lights up freaking HOT.

Forest ranger?


...or his work just takes sponsorship of a paintball team  very seriously...
2013-05-27 11:45:31 AM
1 votes:
My father (an MD) had this. Some drug stolen from the back of his car (hey - it was in the day when that was still common in the village I grew up in). It was something ending in 'ocaine', so obviously the perp thought he was going to high off of it. I forget what it was, but what it was, was one of the strongest vomiting agents known to man.

/CSB
2013-05-27 11:16:46 AM
1 votes:

art_shamsky: What about http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/perth-kinross/very-lonely-crie f f-pensioner-repeatedly-inserted-hand-in-horse-s-bottom-1.95970 , linked to the side of TFA?


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2013-05-27 09:48:39 AM
1 votes:
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2013-05-27 09:39:57 AM
1 votes:

Tweeeks: So do I snort it or inject it?


Good question.  That's been bugging me, too.
2013-05-27 09:37:32 AM
1 votes:
RAID!
2013-05-27 09:24:07 AM
1 votes:
RIP Cybermen.
2013-05-27 09:20:25 AM
1 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: Can't believe this toxic substance was left in a car overnight.


Still less dangerous than sulfuric acid or gasoline and just about every car out there stores plenty of those things. Don't break into strangers' cars and drink shiat out of bottles you find inside and you won't have these problems.
 
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