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(ABC Local)   If you plan on transporting fifteen pounds of heroin from California to Oklahoma, then for the love of FSM follow traffic laws so you don't end up like this woman   (abclocal.go.com) divider line 10
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2014-04-06 09:38:24 AM  
5 votes:
If I decided to leave the high-pressure, high-stakes world of booth moppery and get into interstate drug trafficking the first thing I'd do is buy a mid-2000s beige full-size Buick, use the ODB-II to set a 67mph speed limit, festoon it with "I Brake For Quilting Bees" and "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "These Colors Don't Run" bumper stickers, have it fully inspected by a mechanic every month and then hire a retired couple who lost their pensions through their former employers' bankruptcy settlements to do my driving.

You wouldn't even have to build false bottoms or compartments into the car. You could put a giant Hamburger Shell carrier on the roof trailing a constant stream of white dust and cops wouldn't give the thing a second glance.
2014-04-06 10:42:52 AM  
3 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: If I decided to leave the high-pressure, high-stakes world of booth moppery and get into interstate drug trafficking the first thing I'd do is buy a mid-2000s beige full-size Buick, use the ODB-II to set a 67mph speed limit, festoon it with "I Brake For Quilting Bees" and "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "These Colors Don't Run" bumper stickers, have it fully inspected by a mechanic every month and then hire a retired couple who lost their pensions through their former employers' bankruptcy settlements to do my driving.

You wouldn't even have to build false bottoms or compartments into the car. You could put a giant Hamburger Shell carrier on the roof trailing a constant stream of white dust and cops wouldn't give the thing a second glance.


...until you get narced. A lot of the "random traffic stops" that reveal huge drug shipments aren't random at all. They knew the shipment was coming and they were waiting. They disguise the bust as a traffic stop because (a) they don't want to reveal their informant just yet, (b) their informant is unreliable and they'd rather keep him off the stand, or (c) they got the information through not-quite-legal means.

And if the police want to stop you, they will find a way.
2014-04-06 10:41:44 AM  
3 votes:
The Texas Department of Public Safety says 23-year-old Bianca Dinora Mendez was stopped for a traffic violation Thursday on Interstate 40.
Her vehicle was searched and seven bundles of heroin allegedly were found hidden in the seats. DPS says the drug is valued at $2.7 million.


Yeah, no.  Her vehicle was stopped totally by coinkydinks for a routine traffic violation and they opened up her seats?

The cops got info on her somehow through something that was a complete 4th Amendment violation, and backtracked a story to make up a reason for stopping and destructively searching her vehicle.
2014-04-06 11:10:13 AM  
2 votes:

Gentoolive: nicoffeine: Traffic violation = California plates, Latina driver.

Why does everyone dance around calling Mexicans, Mexicans.


1. Mexican is not an ethnic group.

2. Mexico is just one of many many nations with Latinos.

3. The US is also one of those nations, and the article says the woman was from Southern California, so it's quite possible she is American, and not Mexican, but still Latina.

Gentoolive: Judging by the names, she was your cousin huh?


That's your parents you're thinking of.
2014-04-06 10:52:42 AM  
2 votes:
Traffic violation = California plates, Latina driver.
2014-04-06 06:45:07 PM  
1 votes:

snocone: lindalouwho: Riche: nicoffeine: Traffic violation = California plates, Latina driver.

Nailed it.

Damn shame so much tax money is going to be wasted locking up some nobody for the next several decades.

I think legalizing that stuff would be far less damaging to society than locking up so many.

I'm all for weed but....

I know soooo many people who are recovering addicts with all the health problems, disorders, ruined relationships that go along with that....heroin.

By the time I was 17, between my neighborhood and school, I knew 17 people personally between 16-30 who were dead from overdoses. These were decent blue collar neighborhoods, and most weren't addicts. That f*ckin' China White has been a cyclical devestation for a looong time. At least now the word gets out real fast. Back then too many medical folk went along with parents to make the cause of death a brain anyurism, fake accident, drowning etc to "save face?" That little bit of false pride caused many other parents the same fate.
Glad I haven't seen anyone I know ddoing it for many years, but the whole scenerio of it hasn't faded an iota.
Stupidity is rarely the reason for overdoses, it's the unexpectedly 20x more purity that does it. Thing is if you don't get charged more....

Actually, it is Fentanyl these days, purity has been good for decades.
But, do ramble on.


It's many nasty things. Ands fark you if you want to pretend this doesn't happen, and fark you with razors if it doesn't matter to you. Ass.
2014-04-06 05:57:21 PM  
1 votes:

Riche: nicoffeine: Traffic violation = California plates, Latina driver.

Nailed it.

Damn shame so much tax money is going to be wasted locking up some nobody for the next several decades.

I think legalizing that stuff would be far less damaging to society than locking up so many.


I'm all for weed but....

I know soooo many people who are recovering addicts with all the health problems, disorders, ruined relationships that go along with that....heroin.

By the time I was 17, between my neighborhood and school, I knew 17 people personally between 16-30 who were dead from overdoses. These were decent blue collar neighborhoods, and most weren't addicts. That f*ckin' China White has been a cyclical devestation for a looong time. At least now the word gets out real fast. Back then too many medical folk went along with parents to make the cause of death a brain anyurism, fake accident, drowning etc to "save face?" That little bit of false pride caused many other parents the same fate.
Glad I haven't seen anyone I know ddoing it for many years, but the whole scenerio of it hasn't faded an iota.
Stupidity is rarely the reason for overdoses, it's the unexpectedly 20x more purity that does it. Thing is if you don't get charged more....
2014-04-06 03:26:38 PM  
1 votes:

bratface: nburghmatt: bratface: Is the $2,700,000 'cop math' or does heroin sell for $180,000 a pound?

$11,250 an ounce, or almost $300.00 a gram?

yes. raw dope gets cut A LOT before it reaches the user. for reasons of profit and not killing the consumer.

Doesn't say that it was uncut.


it would be silly to inflate the stuff to that amount BEFORE moving it.
2014-04-06 12:22:18 PM  
1 votes:
Teacher sez, "Tell me again how the license plate scanners are going to make us all safer".

Little Johhnie pops up and sez, "The mules with chump change that the cartels sacrifice to "the Law" to make 'em look good, are much easier to find and cops won't stop the wrong car by accident and get hurt."
2014-04-06 10:46:34 AM  
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: If I decided to leave the high-pressure, high-stakes world of booth moppery and get into interstate drug trafficking the first thing I'd do is buy a mid-2000s beige full-size Buick, use the ODB-II to set a 67mph speed limit, festoon it with "I Brake For Quilting Bees" and "Ask Me About My Grandchildren" and "These Colors Don't Run" bumper stickers, have it fully inspected by a mechanic every month and then hire a retired couple who lost their pensions through their former employers' bankruptcy settlements to do my driving.

You wouldn't even have to build false bottoms or compartments into the car. You could put a giant Hamburger Shell carrier on the roof trailing a constant stream of white dust and cops wouldn't give the thing a second glance.


I have noticed that the poor bastards that tend to get caught don't make the best decisions.

It's the smart ones you never read about.
 
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