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2013-07-18 02:02:22 PM
Cop probably did not notice due to the loud clanking of perps big brass balls
 
2013-07-18 02:27:55 PM
I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.
 
2013-07-18 02:31:41 PM

Nana's Vibrator: I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.


Police definition of "Lab" = plastic bottle with chemicals in it.
It works on the same principal as CopMathTM when it comes to valuing a drug bust.
 
2013-07-18 02:34:04 PM
Nana's Vibrator
I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.

Shake and bake meth, just requires a large plastic bottle and specific chemicals.  Guessing it was cooking while arrested, officer didn't check out the bag of clothing, it blew up because the cooker could not release the pressure.

/No have not done it before, and don't want to, but seen it done on video.  Not exactly difficult  either.  Looking at the process I am guessing it is not the 99.6%  goal you see on Breaking Bad.
 
2013-07-18 02:49:16 PM
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2013-07-18 02:50:18 PM
cdn.randomfunnypicture.com

pic is borrowed
 
2013-07-18 03:12:03 PM
Not ironic
 
2013-07-18 03:12:40 PM
If only that man had access to weed (currently illegal and in his state and just impossible to find) he wouldn't have had to make meth. Because those 2 things give you the exact same high.
 
2013-07-18 03:15:37 PM
Ricky Bobby approves.
/shake and bake
 
2013-07-18 03:19:33 PM
Let's just call it "making meth" instead of "meth lab".

The guy was making meth in the back seat of the cop car.

/ agree with Nana's Vibrator
 
2013-07-18 03:28:39 PM

boyvoyeur: Let's just call it "making meth" instead of "meth lab".
The guy was making meth in the back seat of the cop car.

/ agree with Nana's Vibrator


Ever thought you'd write that phrase about yourself?
 
2013-07-18 03:28:41 PM

jaybeezey: If only that man had access to weed (currently illegal and in his state and just impossible to find) he wouldn't have had to make meth. Because those 2 things give you the exact same high.


Its a good thing you killed that straw man before it got to any of us.
 
2013-07-18 03:46:55 PM
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2013-07-18 04:04:40 PM

GoldDude: Nana's Vibrator: I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.

Police definition of "Lab" = plastic bottle with chemicals in it.
It works on the same principal as CopMathTM when it comes to valuing a drug bust.


And by DA logic, the suspect may be facing attempted murder of an officer charge and a fine for the hazardous materials.  If it was weed or crack, he would just be facing a smuggling drugs into a jail facility charge.
 
2013-07-18 04:15:08 PM

lack of warmth: GoldDude: Nana's Vibrator: I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.

Police definition of "Lab" = plastic bottle with chemicals in it.
It works on the same principal as CopMathTM when it comes to valuing a drug bust.

And by DA logic, the suspect may be facing attempted murder of an officer charge and a fine for the hazardous materials.  If it was weed or crack, he would just be facing a smuggling drugs into a jail facility charge.


Don't forget destruction of police property... you don't expect them to use that squad car again, do you?
 
2013-07-18 04:42:12 PM

GoldDude: Nana's Vibrator: I can never grasp this meth lab thing.  I read "lab" and think of people in white coats in front of long tables with petri dishes and beakers filled with colored liquids that are bubbling.  You can't put that in the back of a squad car.

Police definition of "Lab" = plastic bottle with chemicals in it.
It works on the same principal as CopMathTM when it comes to valuing a drug bust.


so basically

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-07-18 04:47:54 PM
see that red stuff?  that's meth

chronicle.com
 
2013-07-18 11:14:23 PM
"The officer was treated at a hospital for inhalation of sulfuric acid and gas after Saturday night's incident."

If the cop had gas that bad, I bet the inside of his car already stank.
 
2013-07-19 01:31:12 AM

Bung_Howdy: Cop probably did not notice due to the loud clanking of perps big brass balls


More likely the guy was trying to hide it.

Enemabag Jones: /No have not done it before, and don't want to, but seen it done on video. Not exactly difficult either. Looking at the process I am guessing it is not the 99.6% goal you see on Breaking Bad.


Yeah.  Breaking Bad is about doing it safely and producing a high purity product.
 
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