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2014-01-05 06:50:57 PM

martid4: I think the worst thing I did driving stoned was sit through the same red light 3 times.  I think I was eating Oreos.


I once sat at a stop sign until one of my friends said "hey, it's never gonna turn green".
 
2014-01-05 06:51:29 PM

Capo Del Bandito: Nutsac_Jim: Or, they could just go smoke enough to not be impaired and a threat to other drivers.

Because people who can self-identify when they've had 'too much' are so farking common you can't piss without hitting the shoes of one.

Brilliant!


Sounds like impounding these people with self control problems is a good idea.
 
2014-01-05 06:52:30 PM
But I can still bring non-Colorado pot into Wyoming, right?

/of course I DNRTFA
 
2014-01-05 06:54:06 PM

LeGnome: Who would want to go to Wyoming, with or without weed?


Why indeed.

www.uwyo.edu
 
2014-01-05 06:54:15 PM

Bit'O'Gristle: How about buying it in CA, then sticking it in your glovebox in a sealed box, and don't speed, don't farking smoke it and drive, and obey the posted speed limits and traffic laws, therefore, not getting pulled over in the first place. But, there is always some douchebag who buys 12 lbs of it, and drives home at 120 mph, therefore guaranteeing that they get arrested.


Not that I think anyone should ever be arrested for weed, but it does amaze me how many people do something dumb while in the middle of a crime.

weather it is a body in the trunk or a pound in the glove box for christsakes dont go over the speed limit, keep your hands at 10 & 2 and lay off the U-turns

some folk just ask to be hassled.
 
2014-01-05 06:58:05 PM
Minor backups have been reported as people finish of their stash prior to  the border crossing.

www.thenorthernlight.com
 
2014-01-05 07:00:14 PM

ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?


Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.
 
2014-01-05 07:05:44 PM
i44.tinypic.com
 
2014-01-05 07:05:52 PM

Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.


Why not run it as a partnership, pass all profits to owners, and then declare them as other income? Seems like that would solve all problems.
 
2014-01-05 07:06:50 PM

Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.


From the official IRS tax instructions: "Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Form 1040, line 21, or on Schedule C or Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity."

Link.

"If you tell the IRS you made $1 million from stealing money or dealing drugs, does the agency tip off the cops? Legally, it can't, unless a law-enforcement agency gets a court order granting it access to a specific taxpayer's return. The IRS isn't supposed to proactively alert other agencies about misdeeds unless terrorism is involved. In that case, it still needs a court order to disclose anything, but the IRS can initiate the legal process on its own."
 
2014-01-05 07:08:53 PM

Lusiphur: Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.

Why not run it as a partnership, pass all profits to owners, and then declare them as other income? Seems like that would solve all problems.


After reading the article I linked, I was just about to suggest that. There is no need to give much explanation to the source of the "other" income, but you'll still need a paper trail in case you get audited.
 
2014-01-05 07:09:43 PM
31.media.tumblr.com
/stop and frisk
//oh god, please stop and frisk
 
2014-01-05 07:10:52 PM
Terroristic pot smoking. A threat to Doritos everywhere.
 
2014-01-05 07:13:33 PM

Kevin72: Fun fact: If Wyoming were a city, it would be #31, just barely ahead of Albuquerque, Tucson, and Fresno. It goes without saying that more people would rather live in Detroit than Wyoming, even with Detroit dropping to now less than Charlotte.


Yes... Wyoming sucks.  Please don't visit and don't ever, ever go there, ever.

Thanks.
 
2014-01-05 07:15:37 PM
It's nice that they defend their home grown like this.
 
2014-01-05 07:24:38 PM

ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.

From the official IRS tax instructions: "Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Form 1040, line 21, or on Schedule C or Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity."

Link.

"If you tell the IRS you made $1 million from stealing money or dealing drugs, does the agency tip off the cops? Legally, it can't, unless a law-enforcement agency gets a court order granting it access to a specific taxpayer's return. The IRS isn't supposed to proactively alert other agencies about misdeeds unless terrorism is involved. In that case, it still needs a court order to disclose anything, but the IRS can initiate the legal process on its own."


The key there is "Self-Employment"  basically owner operators who do not wish to run their place under corporate umbrella are fine.  The minute you start having employees, business deductions etc.  You get in trouble.  This is what the IRS has done in California.
 
2014-01-05 07:25:01 PM
f.kulfoto.com
 
2014-01-05 07:26:22 PM
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 2014-01-05 07:13:33 PM
Kevin72 Fun fact: If Wyoming were a city, it would be #31, just barely ahead of Albuquerque, Tucson, and Fresno. It goes without saying that more people would rather live in Detroit than Wyoming, even with Detroit dropping to now less than Charlotte.

Yes... Wyoming sucks.  Please don't visit and don't ever, ever go there, ever.


Just passing through on I-80. What me worry.
 
2014-01-05 07:26:27 PM
everythingfunny.org
 
2014-01-05 07:27:39 PM

rangerdavid: This article is incorrect and shows great ignorance of how laws apply. This isn't an either/or proposition; you can get charged with BOTH possession AND being under the influence (12+6=18 months).

This is why the Internets makes my brain hurt sometimes.


Not if you smoke it all away, obviously. That's what the article said.

/Would rather buy brownies
 
2014-01-05 07:29:33 PM

ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.

From the official IRS tax instructions: "Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Form 1040, line 21, or on Schedule C or Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity."

Link.

"If you tell the IRS you made $1 million from stealing money or dealing drugs, does the agency tip off the cops? Legally, it can't, unless a law-enforcement agency gets a court order granting it access to a specific taxpayer's return. The IRS isn't supposed to proactively alert other agencies about misdeeds unless terrorism is involved. In that case, it still needs a court order to disclose anything, but the IRS can initiate the legal process on its own."


I wonder if the DEA can use their tax return as evidence when using CCES. So nice of you to show how much money you made off drugs last year. Btw, for the level of profit you declared you're going to get 20 to life in fed pmitap (20 minimum no parole) and have all your assets seized forfeited.
 
2014-01-05 07:36:44 PM

unlikely: Which is a complete reverse from my entire childhood, wherein firecrackers were legal in Wyoming so you'd have to make the run up there to get them and then come home without the CSP catching you


it is a rite of passage.

Somacandra: Has the dispensary and private smoking lounge just outside Wyoming on I-25 gone up yet?


lel, its only a matter of time before i70 east and west has one on the border as well as i25 north south.
well, maybe not west i70, utah cops will pull you over for simply driving into utah and not being 70 years old.
/once got pulled over 5 farking times in a motorhome covered in snowboarding stickers trying to get to park city for some filming.
 
2014-01-05 07:36:50 PM

Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: ArcadianRefugee: Tom_Slick: BeatrixK: I just hope, in about 6 months, Colorado tax folk stand at the CO/WY border with their giant bags o'cash and go all 'BWAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA'

They better enjoy it while they can, the IRS will come in and shut the dispensaries down in a year.  That seems to be the Feds way of dealing with this situation.

/The IRS is scarier and more cuttthroat than the FBI

So long as they pay their taxes, what complaint does the IRS have?

Since it is not a "legal" business in the eyes of the Feds and the IRS, they make it damn near impossible to pay taxes.  They have taken down many medical dispensaries this way.  A business owner will file their taxes just like they would for a coffee shop for example, then the IRS would come back and disallow their return and slap them with huge fines.

From the official IRS tax instructions: "Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Form 1040, line 21, or on Schedule C or Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity."

Link.

"If you tell the IRS you made $1 million from stealing money or dealing drugs, does the agency tip off the cops? Legally, it can't, unless a law-enforcement agency gets a court order granting it access to a specific taxpayer's return. The IRS isn't supposed to proactively alert other agencies about misdeeds unless terrorism is involved. In that case, it still needs a court order to disclose anything, but the IRS can initiate the legal process on its own."

The key there is "Self-Employment"  basically owner operators who do not wish to run their place under corporate umbrella are fine.  The minute you start having employees, business deductions etc.  You get in trouble.  This is what the IRS has done in California.


You can still claim exemptions and deductions for employees even if running as an llc taxed as a partnership and paying taxes through individual tax forms. That's what my business partner and i do because it's slightly cheaper than being taxed as a Corp and paying income taxes.
 
2014-01-05 07:41:24 PM
If I am to take the headline at face value, I am to assume Washington marijuana is okay?

/where are the Funyuns?
 
2014-01-05 07:42:35 PM
As the lawsuits will certainly begin to fly, there is still some work to be done before these "laws" start to stick.

Just gonna leave this here.
 
2014-01-05 07:45:18 PM

Lusiphur: You can still claim exemptions and deductions for employees even if running as an llc taxed as a partnership and paying taxes through individual tax forms. That's what my business partner and i do because it's slightly cheaper than being taxed as a Corp and paying income taxes.


I know you can, but I'm just going on what the IRS has done in California.  They audit the dispensary owner's tax returns, slap them with huge penalties and fines for unpaid taxes and force them out of business.
 
2014-01-05 07:47:29 PM

ArcadianRefugee: Jument: Somacandra: Has the dispensary and private smoking lounge just outside Wyoming on I-25 gone up yet?

Brilliant plan. People from Wyoming can drive there, park, go inside and get high, and then drive home and get busted for DUI.

That is, however, what they do.

I spent a night in Cadiz, Ind. a went to the local mini-mart to get beer; turned out, it was a "dry" county. Asked where to get beer and the woman gave me directions to the county line.

Soon as you crossed the county line, it was bar, "we sell beer", "we sell beer", bar, and liquor store.


Cadiz, Indiana? There are no dry counties in Indiana. Haven't been any since prohibition.
 
2014-01-05 07:47:53 PM
Pffft. Like they'll be able to do much. Yeah, sure, on the highway they can stop a few cars here and there, but there's a lot of open country out there. 4x4s, snowmobiles, ATVs,  you name it, it'll get through.
 
2014-01-05 07:48:57 PM

you are a puppet:


I'm freaking out, man!
 
2014-01-05 07:55:23 PM
Just for your information, the wind doesn't really blow in Wyoming.  Colorado sucks.
 
2014-01-05 07:59:17 PM

ShivaHVishnu: Just for your information, the wind doesn't really blow in Wyoming.  Colorado sucks.


img.fark.net
 
2014-01-05 08:01:13 PM

ShivaHVishnu: Just for your information, the wind doesn't really blow in Wyoming.  Colorado sucks.


I used to hate the days in Colorado when a southerly wind would kick up, and most of the front range smelled of Wyoming.

Consider the northerly winds payback for years of cow-stench.
 
2014-01-05 08:02:47 PM
I wonder how many Cheech and Chongs are going to try to drive to the neighboring states and get pulled over with their stash, going to laugh at them when they get busted for transporting over state lines.

/prison time, and ass pounding time
 
2014-01-05 08:03:25 PM
also, if the IRS is a giant boogeyman coming to ruin all the fun, why are there so many dispensaries still operating?  why did the state push through taxation and regulation framework after the law was passed?  banks being reticent to loan and accept money is the only real problem thus far because they fear the fed will do something which they have not.
sorry guys, its only going to end up legal in more and more states just like gay marriage and other ooga boogas.
 
2014-01-05 08:05:51 PM

Misconduc: I wonder how many Cheech and Chongs are going to try to drive to the neighboring states and get pulled over with their stash, going to laugh at them when they get busted for transporting over state lines.

/prison time, and ass pounding time


every state bordering colorado, and many states bordering those states have been smoking colorado weed since medicinal started.  if you are smoking good weed in chicago, it probably came from colorado.
 
2014-01-05 08:10:50 PM

Somacandra: Has the dispensary and private smoking lounge just outside Wyoming on I-25 gone up yet?


Heh, had the same thought about the Colorado-Utah border, Mack area.
 
2014-01-05 08:10:52 PM

italie: ShivaHVishnu: Just for your information, the wind doesn't really blow in Wyoming.  Colorado sucks.

I used to hate the days in Colorado when a southerly wind would kick up, and most of the front range smelled of Wyoming.

Consider the northerly winds payback for years of cow-stench.


Personally I loved the smell of the outdoors, from livestock to prairie grass. But, don't move to cattle country and expect it not to smell like cows.

Could have been worse, though, it could've been sheep.
 
2014-01-05 08:11:55 PM
No, no... pretty sure I don't go through your state when I'm returning from my weed-buying trip.  Take care, retarded state.
 
2014-01-05 08:18:39 PM

AspectRatio: Wyoming.
Or, as I used to call it, I-80.


Wyoming,
Or as I used to call it, that state I flew over to go skiing in Colorado.
 
2014-01-05 08:21:43 PM
I don't know about the quality of hookers in Wyoming but last time I drove through every mini mart I stopped at had a mini casino attached to it.  booze gambling and gas.   near the Colorado border, fireworks.

no doubt the police are more concerned about out of state competition for their domestic crop.
 
2014-01-05 08:21:55 PM

Bit'O'Gristle: How about buying it in CA, then sticking it in your glovebox in a sealed box, and don't speed, don't farking smoke it and drive, and obey the posted speed limits and traffic laws, therefore, not getting pulled over in the first place. But, there is always some douchebag who buys 12 lbs of it, and drives home at 120 mph, therefore guaranteeing that they get arrested.


That only works if you are white.   I was pulled over in another state just for having out of state tags and  being brown for going 2 over after the cops where riding my bumper trying to make me speed.  I got  off the  highway cause I was getting freaked out about how close they were riding my car.  Soon as I hop back on the highway the speed limit magically changed and I get pulled over for going 2 over.   Only for them to tell me they are not traffic cops but narcotics cops.   This all happened back in 2004 after I had just got back from Baghdad on a deployment.    I let them search my whole car cause I really had nothing to hide.   After they were done searching they tried to apologize and I just laughed and said How many drug mules do you think got to go by cause of your racist practices.


I hate most cops.
 
2014-01-05 08:38:28 PM

Markoff_Cheney: Misconduc: I wonder how many Cheech and Chongs are going to try to drive to the neighboring states and get pulled over with their stash, going to laugh at them when they get busted for transporting over state lines.

/prison time, and ass pounding time

every state bordering colorado, and many states bordering those states have been smoking colorado weed since medicinal started.  if you are smoking good weed in chicago, it probably came from colorado.


I wish I had enough money to invest in funyons right now, I bet their stock just skyrocketed, and if they merge with KFC/Taco Bell they would be the largest corporation in north america.
 
2014-01-05 08:42:28 PM
That seems odd. IIRC, when the Feds made state receipt of highway funds dependent on a 55/60 MPH speed limit, Wyoming followed the law, but made the standard penalty for speeding $5. People used to drive around with a five-dollar bill clipped to the driver's-side visor of the car to pay the cop directly. I don't know if that's still the same, but given the attitude of Wyoming, I find their attitude about pot puzzling.
 
2014-01-05 08:55:15 PM

Voiceofreason01: They've probably got all three Wyoming Highway Patrol cars staking out I-25 this month.


I know Utah is talking about putting up Agricultural check points like California has on the 15. Im still waiting to see what Utah will do. We have a long history of illegally sending Utah Highway Patrol officers deep into other states on Illegal stake outs. They have been caught in NV and WY. Staking out Fireworks joints and liquor stores. Writing down the Utah plates. Calling there buddy's on the Utah side, then pulling them over in Utah. Bringing liquor into Utah is considered bootlegging. Let me put it this way. Here. If you are caught with THC in your blood. Even if it was say a while ago. You are charged with possession.

Side note. Wy and Nv both told Utah they would arrest and Utah officers caught doing this.WY was really pissed. Utah cops where caught 200 miles into the state. WY said they would send any officers to prison if caught..
 
2014-01-05 08:55:43 PM

Markoff_Cheney: also, if the IRS is a giant boogeyman coming to ruin all the fun, why are there so many dispensaries still operating?  why did the state push through taxation and regulation framework after the law was passed?  banks being reticent to loan and accept money is the only real problem thus far because they fear the fed will do something which they have not.
sorry guys, its only going to end up legal in more and more states just like gay marriage and other ooga boogas.


because they haven't pissed off Eric Holder yet.  You know, the guy who said "ok we'll stop going after dispensaries in states where it's legal" and then did a 180 and sent the DEA into California to raid more dispensaries, all because politicians will hold on to ace in the holes until they're needed or convenient to score political points, and as scandal has shown this past year, the IRS is not immune to political machinations

So, it's not about ooga booga, it's about playing the game.  You can be sure the game will be easy once Philip Morris gets into it.  Well, either that or easy for them and their ilk and really hard for everyone else, just like tobacco
 
2014-01-05 09:02:24 PM

bhcompy: Markoff_Cheney: also, if the IRS is a giant boogeyman coming to ruin all the fun, why are there so many dispensaries still operating?  why did the state push through taxation and regulation framework after the law was passed?  banks being reticent to loan and accept money is the only real problem thus far because they fear the fed will do something which they have not.
sorry guys, its only going to end up legal in more and more states just like gay marriage and other ooga boogas.

because they haven't pissed off Eric Holder yet.  You know, the guy who said "ok we'll stop going after dispensaries in states where it's legal" and then did a 180 and sent the DEA into California to raid more dispensaries, all because politicians will hold on to ace in the holes until they're needed or convenient to score political points, and as scandal has shown this past year, the IRS is not immune to political machinations

So, it's not about ooga booga, it's about playing the game.  You can be sure the game will be easy once Philip Morris gets into it.  Well, either that or easy for them and their ilk and really hard for everyone else, just like tobacco


Part of that was LA county and City. When all the shops popped up. They freaked out. LA is doing everything they can to close them all. But the courts are blocking them.
 
2014-01-05 09:02:42 PM

Kit Fister: italie: ShivaHVishnu: Just for your information, the wind doesn't really blow in Wyoming.  Colorado sucks.

I used to hate the days in Colorado when a southerly wind would kick up, and most of the front range smelled of Wyoming.

Consider the northerly winds payback for years of cow-stench.

Personally I loved the smell of the outdoors, from livestock to prairie grass. But, don't move to cattle country and expect it not to smell like cows.

Could have been worse, though, it could've been sheep.


I get that, but at the same time I wouldn't exactly expect Denver to be "cattle country" anymore.

// As for the sheep, you never know. It ~is~ Wyoming....
 
2014-01-05 09:03:28 PM

scroufus: Bit'O'Gristle: How about buying it in CA, then sticking it in your glovebox in a sealed box, and don't speed, don't farking smoke it and drive, and obey the posted speed limits and traffic laws, therefore, not getting pulled over in the first place. But, there is always some douchebag who buys 12 lbs of it, and drives home at 120 mph, therefore guaranteeing that they get arrested.

That only works if you are white.   I was pulled over in another state just for having out of state tags and  being brown for going 2 over after the cops where riding my bumper trying to make me speed.  I got  off the  highway cause I was getting freaked out about how close they were riding my car.  Soon as I hop back on the highway the speed limit magically changed and I get pulled over for going 2 over.   Only for them to tell me they are not traffic cops but narcotics cops.   This all happened back in 2004 after I had just got back from Baghdad on a deployment.    I let them search my whole car cause I really had nothing to hide.   After they were done searching they tried to apologize and I just laughed and said How many drug mules do you think got to go by cause of your racist practices.


I hate most cops.


People going exactly the speed limit are profiled as either drunk or drug mules depending on how much they are weaving, even white people. It's always best to keep up with traffic.
 
2014-01-05 09:17:46 PM

itcamefromschenectady: scroufus: Bit'O'Gristle: How about buying it in CA, then sticking it in your glovebox in a sealed box, and don't speed, don't farking smoke it and drive, and obey the posted speed limits and traffic laws, therefore, not getting pulled over in the first place. But, there is always some douchebag who buys 12 lbs of it, and drives home at 120 mph, therefore guaranteeing that they get arrested.

That only works if you are white.   I was pulled over in another state just for having out of state tags and  being brown for going 2 over after the cops where riding my bumper trying to make me speed.  I got  off the  highway cause I was getting freaked out about how close they were riding my car.  Soon as I hop back on the highway the speed limit magically changed and I get pulled over for going 2 over.   Only for them to tell me they are not traffic cops but narcotics cops.   This all happened back in 2004 after I had just got back from Baghdad on a deployment.    I let them search my whole car cause I really had nothing to hide.   After they were done searching they tried to apologize and I just laughed and said How many drug mules do you think got to go by cause of your racist practices.


I hate most cops.

People going exactly the speed limit are profiled as either drunk or drug mules depending on how much they are weaving, even white people. It's always best to keep up with traffic.


Ha you must be white.  Doesnt work that way I promise you that.
 
2014-01-05 09:20:02 PM

scroufus: itcamefromschenectady: scroufus: Bit'O'Gristle: How about buying it in CA, then sticking it in your glovebox in a sealed box, and don't speed, don't farking smoke it and drive, and obey the posted speed limits and traffic laws, therefore, not getting pulled over in the first place. But, there is always some douchebag who buys 12 lbs of it, and drives home at 120 mph, therefore guaranteeing that they get arrested.

That only works if you are white.   I was pulled over in another state just for having out of state tags and  being brown for going 2 over after the cops where riding my bumper trying to make me speed.  I got  off the  highway cause I was getting freaked out about how close they were riding my car.  Soon as I hop back on the highway the speed limit magically changed and I get pulled over for going 2 over.   Only for them to tell me they are not traffic cops but narcotics cops.   This all happened back in 2004 after I had just got back from Baghdad on a deployment.    I let them search my whole car cause I really had nothing to hide.   After they were done searching they tried to apologize and I just laughed and said How many drug mules do you think got to go by cause of your racist practices.


I hate most cops.

People going exactly the speed limit are profiled as either drunk or drug mules depending on how much they are weaving, even white people. It's always best to keep up with traffic.

Ha you must be white.  Doesnt work that way I promise you that.


also I wasnt weaving and there was no traffic to keep up with.  I was profiled for being brown with Texas tags.
 
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