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(US News)   USPS intercepts 20% more marijuana than they did in 2013. Finally, an explanation as to why this year's mail is so slow   (usnews.com) divider line 7
    More: Interesting, U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, marijuana  
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2014-04-10 09:47:50 AM  
What's the best way to send it so it doesn't get intercepted?

/asking for a friend
 
2014-04-10 10:28:56 AM  

BravadoGT: What's the best way to send it so it doesn't get intercepted?

/asking for a friend


Drones is the future
/First person to do it will make millions
 
2014-04-10 11:01:32 AM  

BravadoGT: What's the best way to send it so it doesn't get intercepted?

/asking for a friend


Cans. Hermetically sealed, washed and rinsed. Yeah, it's a thousand dollar investment.
 
2014-04-10 11:56:49 AM  

BravadoGT: What's the best way to send it so it doesn't get intercepted?

/asking for a friend


I had a friend who had a friend who had a friend who in no way was me, who received numerous regular deliveries of personal use amounts through the USPS some years back.

They were double vacuum sealed (bag with product, vacuum sealed, drop that bag in another bag that is sealed as well) and shipped inconspicuously...i.e. Addressed to a real address, from
a real address, preferably in a shipping bag to make it look like something normally shipped, perhaps small electronics.

The thing to remember is there's a lot of mail going through the USPS. It's impossible for them to dog sniff it all or X-ray it all, so they generally catch the laziest and stupidest people who ship in non smell proof bags (if they can smell it through the packaging you're going to have a bad time), or in bags that rip and the pot falls out or they try to ship 5 lbs. Don't be an idiot and your odds are good.

Disclaimer: you're still taking a huge risk and I would never advocate or endorse such a thing. And definitely don't ship distribution amounts that's just dumb unless you've got an advanced operation going with sealed cans or packed in masking stuff.
 
2014-04-10 02:19:35 PM  
USPS has always been fast for me. I just had a package sent from Washington get to Texas in two days with regular mail. Anytime I order something online and they use them it's always faster than I would have gotten it through UPS.
 
2014-04-10 03:04:20 PM  

wildcardjack: BravadoGT: What's the best way to send it so it doesn't get intercepted?

/asking for a friend

Cans. Hermetically sealed, washed and rinsed. Yeah, it's a thousand dollar investment.



Interesting....Now, what would you put in them?  Something not messy, I'd think.,  No creamed corn or anything.  Maybe beans?  Pineapple?
 
2014-04-11 06:12:53 AM  

Semper IvXx: Disclaimer: you're still taking a huge risk and I would never advocate or endorse such a thing.


You're going up against a very profitable industry, the Prosecution Complex.
/and you thought the military-industrial complex was scary.
 
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