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(Opposing Views)   Deputies stumble upon 40 pounds of blue meth. Walter White lives, biatch   (opposingviews.com ) divider line
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2013-10-20 03:08:54 PM  
I am concerned about the blueberries.
 
2013-10-20 03:09:28 PM  
I have no idea what that show is about.
 
2013-10-20 03:11:02 PM  
That's not blue. It's turquoise. I don't like turquoise much. And I hate cobalt blue and magenta (except sometimes in glass-it works as glass).
 
2013-10-20 03:11:31 PM  
Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...

Fark. We have the methiest state in the country.
 
2013-10-20 03:11:35 PM  
I don't think that's actually blue meth, but meth in blue bags.  But I wouldn't be shocked if some enterprising cook somewhere hasn't thrown a little blue food coloring into the recipe.
 
2013-10-20 03:13:10 PM  
jake_lex
I don't think that's actually blue meth, but meth in blue bags. But I wouldn't be shocked if some enterprising cook somewhere hasn't thrown a little blue food coloring into the recipe.


What about the chilli powder?
 
2013-10-20 03:15:18 PM  
And no one saw this coming from a mile away.  I made a joke about this the other day in the Walter White burial thread because I knew it was out there.  If I were making meth, it would be the first thing I would do.  People are retarded and would buy it in a second just for the fact it was blue.  You could convince that it was a pure form, not dye.  Hell you could get new a whole new client base whose sole purpose of the purchase would be just to say they had "real blue meth" an a piece of history of the show.
 
2013-10-20 03:20:08 PM  
TFA
Deputies asked to search the vehicle in question and the driver agreed.

why would you agree to let them search your car if you were hauling 43lbs of illegal drugs?

I would never consent to a search and i have nothing to hide, what were they thinking?
 
2013-10-20 03:21:36 PM  
Never consent to a search, kids!  Even if the truck driver never gets charged, he has been transported in chains across the Mid-West to implicate major bad-guys in the crime.

Guess who is now on their shiat-list?
 
2013-10-20 03:21:39 PM  

JohnnyRebel88: And no one saw this coming from a mile away.  I made a joke about this the other day in the Walter White burial thread because I knew it was out there.  If I were making meth, it would be the first thing I would do.  People are retarded and would buy it in a second just for the fact it was blue.  You could convince that it was a pure form, not dye.  Hell you could get new a whole new client base whose sole purpose of the purchase would be just to say they had "real blue meth" an a piece of history of the show.


Yeah, just claim that you figured out the recipe Walter White was using on the show.  They're tweakers.  They won't do any fact checking.
 
2013-10-20 03:22:01 PM  
Heidelberg!!!

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2013-10-20 03:22:35 PM  
Ya gotta remember, when ya make meth it can't be blue.  It is not chemically possible unless you add food coloring which I would guess would dilute the mix.  Even with all the crap shiat ingredients in meth, making it blue is an after thought, the lithium and the acids simply won't allow any kind of "color".
 
2013-10-20 03:22:56 PM  
It was bound to happen. That show, despite the claims that it the negative picture it paints of the meth world would act more as deterrent than an attractant, was pretty much guaranteed to glamorize it and make meth fashionable. Just like Trainspotting did with heroin. Cripes I remember so many idiots jumping on the junk bandwagon after that movie came out.

The bright side though is at least maybe the manus will up the quality so people aren't poisoning themselves with all the extra crap in the dirty stuff.

Legalize it all. Create safe houses for the freaks to do what they will under medical supervision. Give help to those want to kick. Let the rest rot because they're gonna do it anyway and I'd rather they're not wandering around waiting to mug me at knifepoint and spreading disease through their open sores. It'd be far cheaper for society to do it that way than spend money hunting them down and jailing them all.
 
2013-10-20 03:23:37 PM  

oldwolf49: Ya gotta remember, when ya make meth it can't be blue.  It is not chemically possible unless you add food coloring which I would guess would dilute the mix.  Even with all the crap shiat ingredients in meth, making it blue is an after thought, the lithium and the acids simply won't allow any kind of "color".


I'd bet this stuff is spray painted. Or worse.
 
2013-10-20 03:26:36 PM  
Meth Smurf is not a smurfy smurf to go smurfing with
 
2013-10-20 03:27:57 PM  
It wouldn't surprise me at all if this was another stop that started with "anonymous tip" from the DEA using info gathered from phone records without warrant.
 
2013-10-20 03:27:59 PM  

7th Son of a 7th Son: Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...

Fark. We have the methiest state in the country.


It was headed to Mizzou, which is methier than Okla by just a small amount.
 
2013-10-20 03:28:36 PM  

pedrop357: It wouldn't surprise me at all if this was another stop that started with "anonymous tip" from the DEA using info gathered from phone records without warrant.


Yeah, any more, it's the first thing I think.
 
2013-10-20 03:29:05 PM  
 
2013-10-20 03:30:34 PM  

basemetal: pedrop357: It wouldn't surprise me at all if this was another stop that started with "anonymous tip" from the DEA using info gathered from phone records without warrant.

Yeah, any more, it's the first thing I think.


It does shed a lot of light on and help explain how drugs are found so often in "routine traffic stops".
 
2013-10-20 03:45:05 PM  

pedrop357: basemetal: pedrop357: It wouldn't surprise me at all if this was another stop that started with "anonymous tip" from the DEA using info gathered from phone records without warrant.

Yeah, any more, it's the first thing I think.

It does shed a lot of light on and help explain how drugs are found so often in "routine traffic stops".


My favorite: failure to signal or running a stop sign.  Even if you have a camera in your windscreen you can't prove if you signaled or not.
 
2013-10-20 03:48:13 PM  
here to help:   It was bound to happen. That show, despite the claims that it the negative picture it paints of the meth world would act more as deterrent than an attractant, was pretty much guaranteed to glamorize it and make meth fashionable. Just like Trainspotting did with heroin. Cripes I remember so many idiots jumping on the junk bandwagon after that movie came out.

I don't get how they made it glamorous.

Walter and Jesse spent the first season barely making a buck to cover their costs and always trying to figure out how to sell/distribute profitably without being murderers (which they ultimately fail at). Then when they linked up with Gus, they were both pretty much only one step ahead of getting murdered by Mexican cartel or Gus. So spending the money for fun seemed pretty empty.  Fourth season, finally Walter makes it to the top, but ends up having to commit even worse crimes to get ahead.  And then if you finally still thinks this is all cool, he loses his entire family (including getting Hank killed).  Where's the glamour?

I don't think there was one episode where I was like - gosh I sure wish I was making meth - that lifestyle looks awesome.

And none of the meth addicts/users shown looked remotely appealing.
 
2013-10-20 03:54:35 PM  

SirEattonHogg: here to help:   It was bound to happen. That show, despite the claims that it the negative picture it paints of the meth world would act more as deterrent than an attractant, was pretty much guaranteed to glamorize it and make meth fashionable. Just like Trainspotting did with heroin. Cripes I remember so many idiots jumping on the junk bandwagon after that movie came out.

I don't get how they made it glamorous.

Walter and Jesse spent the first season barely making a buck to cover their costs and always trying to figure out how to sell/distribute profitably without being murderers (which they ultimately fail at). Then when they linked up with Gus, they were both pretty much only one step ahead of getting murdered by Mexican cartel or Gus. So spending the money for fun seemed pretty empty.  Fourth season, finally Walter makes it to the top, but ends up having to commit even worse crimes to get ahead.  And then if you finally still thinks this is all cool, he loses his entire family (including getting Hank killed).  Where's the glamour?

I don't think there was one episode where I was like - gosh I sure wish I was making meth - that lifestyle looks awesome.

And none of the meth addicts/users shown looked remotely appealing.


because it's on TV, and morans want to be on TV, because it's on TV

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2013-10-20 04:02:45 PM  
bigvicproton:   because it's on TV, and morans want to be on TV, because it's on TV


That argument can be made for any illegal activity on television.  Serial killers, gangsters, corrupt cops, etc.

I like television shows to be gritty and realistic.  I like the anti-hero concept although some TV critics say that's a bit played already.

We can always go back to the criminal drama shows of the 1950's to maybe the 1980's where the cop always get their man and crime never pays.  But that's boring.  Nobody wants to watch that vanilla crap anymore.
 
2013-10-20 04:16:48 PM  

SirEattonHogg: I don't get how they made it glamorous.


They didn't. Idiots that parrot anything they see on the tube THINK that because it's on the tube makes it glamorous. But... Mr. Pinkman was a bit of a hip young fellow so it was a little glamorous. They didn't really show the clientele all that much. When they did however it was pretty horrific which is true to life.

My point was, people are idiots. Trainspotting sure as hell didn't paint a pretty picture of heroin addiction but it still got some people spiking... or at least making them think it was socially acceptable.
 
2013-10-20 04:16:59 PM  

Pathman: TFA
Deputies asked to search the vehicle in question and the driver agreed.

why would you agree to let them search your car if you were hauling 43lbs of illegal drugs?

I would never consent to a search and i have nothing to hide, what were they thinking?


Statistically, guilty people always consent to a search and not guilty people always fight it.  It has to do with the instinct to not dig a hole for yourself if you are guilty, even though the law doesn't work that way.  If they were smart they wouldn't be dealing meth right?  Unless this is a tv show of course.
 
2013-10-20 04:18:06 PM  
Blue bags.
 
2013-10-20 04:23:28 PM  

here to help: My point was, people are idiots. Trainspotting sure as hell didn't paint a pretty picture of heroin addiction but it still got some people spiking... or at least making them think it was socially acceptable.


I call bullsh*t.  The big heroin wave of the early 90s started well before Trainspotting came out, and was based more on cocaine supply drying up than anything else.  Trainspotting, by the way was not a wide release and was a box office flop.
"Heroin Chic" (something that had no role in Trainspotting) was a response to the fact that heroin was back in, and there was no other way to make junked out fashion models look appealing other than giving in to their lifestyle.
 
2013-10-20 04:24:44 PM  
What cops tearing apart your car looking for drugs may look like
s18.postimg.org

"Hey, I found some blue meth in here!"
 
2013-10-20 04:25:04 PM  
Also I'm not making the statement that art or speech should be limited because there are idiots who may parrot negative images. I'm just saying that idiots will emulate what they see in pop culture... because they're idiots.

Stifling art, speech and supposedly subversive behavior is far more detrimental to society. In many ways because idiots (many of which intersect with the idiots I was talking about before) will ALWAYS do the "wrong" thing because it's "edgy" or "counter culture".

If we dropped all laws except the ones against outright physical and property crimes we'd probably have a pretty nice little world and the the physical and property crimes would drop dramatically.
 
2013-10-20 04:28:40 PM  

plcow: Pathman: TFA
Deputies asked to search the vehicle in question and the driver agreed.

why would you agree to let them search your car if you were hauling 43lbs of illegal drugs?

I would never consent to a search and i have nothing to hide, what were they thinking?

Statistically, guilty people always consent to a search and not guilty people always fight it.  It has to do with the instinct to not dig a hole for yourself if you are guilty, even though the law doesn't work that way.  If they were smart they wouldn't be dealing meth right?  Unless this is a tv show of course.


yeah, you're probably right...easier to be confident if you know you've done nothing wrong too, right?
 
2013-10-20 04:30:08 PM  

thamike: here to help: My point was, people are idiots. Trainspotting sure as hell didn't paint a pretty picture of heroin addiction but it still got some people spiking... or at least making them think it was socially acceptable.

I call bullsh*t.  The big heroin wave of the early 90s started well before Trainspotting came out, and was based more on cocaine supply drying up than anything else.  Trainspotting, by the way was not a wide release and was a box office flop.
"Heroin Chic" (something that had no role in Trainspotting) was a response to the fact that heroin was back in, and there was no other way to make junked out fashion models look appealing other than giving in to their lifestyle.


Box office flop or not everyone who wasn't a total shut in lamewad saw that movie. And whether those junkies were already there or not what I saw was they were out in the clubs more and more brazen about their sh*t. It was "cool" to be a junkie for a while. That did not last long though, thankfully. What I'm saying is this is what we are seeing/going to see with meth for a while until the crash comes and everyone remembers/realizes how f*cking ugly it all is.
 
2013-10-20 04:38:39 PM  
Don't listen to the cops.  Wait for the lab results... it could be 40 pounds of jolly ranchers.
 
2013-10-20 04:39:16 PM  
heisenbergschemistry.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-10-20 04:41:08 PM  

Day_Old_Dutchie: What cops tearing apart your car looking for drugs may look like
[s18.postimg.org image 600x378]

"Hey, I found some blue meth in here!"



This picture is hilarious and I want to know more about it.

Goddamn baboons!  Give me back my underwear!
 
2013-10-20 04:43:11 PM  

Enemabag Jones: jake_lex
I don't think that's actually blue meth, but meth in blue bags. But I wouldn't be shocked if some enterprising cook somewhere hasn't thrown a little blue food coloring into the recipe.

What about the chilli powder?


Chili powder. Did I not already tell you how moronic that was?
 
2013-10-20 04:45:13 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-20 04:51:26 PM  

basemetal: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...  Please don't be Oklahoma...

Fark. We have the methiest state in the country.

It was headed to Mizzou, which is methier than Okla by just a small amount.


We're number one!
Missouri - at least we can always serve as a bad example.
 
2013-10-20 04:59:38 PM  

here to help: That show, despite the claims that it the negative picture it paints of the meth world would act more as deterrent than an attractant, was pretty much guaranteed to glamorize it and make meth fashionable. Just like Trainspotting did with heroin. Cripes I remember so many idiots jumping on the junk bandwagon after that movie came out.


Excessive bullshiat detected.

Dead babies are so glamorous.
 
2013-10-20 05:01:52 PM  

here to help: thamike: here to help: My point was, people are idiots. Trainspotting sure as hell didn't paint a pretty picture of heroin addiction but it still got some people spiking... or at least making them think it was socially acceptable.

I call bullsh*t.  The big heroin wave of the early 90s started well before Trainspotting came out, and was based more on cocaine supply drying up than anything else.  Trainspotting, by the way was not a wide release and was a box office flop.
"Heroin Chic" (something that had no role in Trainspotting) was a response to the fact that heroin was back in, and there was no other way to make junked out fashion models look appealing other than giving in to their lifestyle.

Box office flop or not everyone who wasn't a total shut in lamewad saw that movie. And whether those junkies were already there or not what I saw was they were out in the clubs more and more brazen about their sh*t. It was "cool" to be a junkie for a while. That did not last long though, thankfully. What I'm saying is this is what we are seeing/going to see with meth for a while until the crash comes and everyone remembers/realizes how f*cking ugly it all is.


Sure, i respect that you saw what you saw.  I'm telling you Trainspotting didn't make heroin en vogue of any large portion of would-be junkies.  It didn't even come out until the end of the heroin trend.  If you really want to point fingers at movies, you could try Drugstore Cowboy, the Doors, Bird, or Sid and Nancy maybe.  But I don't think it'll stick.

The reason all those horrors-of-heroin movies came out in the late 90s is because of the rise of heroin chic in the late 80s/early 90s that came to an end after claiming the life of River Phoenix, right there on Sunset blvd.  The movies were a response to reality, not the other way around.  Hence the decidedly anti-heroin tone in all of them.
 
2013-10-20 05:06:02 PM  
Second spoiler today.  You people suck.
 
2013-10-20 05:08:40 PM  
Was that title a spoiler?
 
2013-10-20 05:09:05 PM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-10-20 05:09:35 PM  

AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.


Show aired on September 29th.  You are well past the gag order expiration date.
 
2013-10-20 05:19:58 PM  

AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.


Get off your butt.
It's been weeks.
 
2013-10-20 05:20:02 PM  

thamike: AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.

Show aired on September 29th.  You are well past the gag order expiration date.


Work, school, family.  DVRed the whole season and have been catching up 30 minutes at a time.  I know, my problem.  You all still suck.
 
2013-10-20 05:21:38 PM  

HotIgneous Intruder: Get off on your butt.

 
2013-10-20 05:22:58 PM  

AngryDragon: thamike: AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.

Show aired on September 29th.  You are well past the gag order expiration date.

Work, school, family.  DVRed the whole season and have been catching up 30 minutes at a time.  I know, my problem.  You all still suck.


Subby sucks.  I don't put spoilers in anything unless it's a Series Finale thread and the show already aired.
 
2013-10-20 05:25:29 PM  

AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.


Yoda dies.

Dumbledore is killed by Snape.

Dil is a guy.

It's made of PEOPLE.

They're all on a spaceship.
 
2013-10-20 05:27:55 PM  

unchellmatt: AngryDragon: Second spoiler today.  You people suck.

Yoda dies.

Dumbledore is killed by Snape.

Dil is a guy.

It's made of PEOPLE.

They're all on a spaceship.


Don't tell him about Jesse Pinkman being Walter White's alter ego the whole time.
 
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