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(NJ.com)   Man gets 7.5 years for smuggling 30 pounds of crystal meth to NJ in the gas tank of a car. Cops discovered the scheme when the car went from zero to GODDAMN BUGS IN SKIN BUGS IN SKIN BUGSBUGSBUGSBUGSBUGS   (nj.com) divider line
    More: Misc, Heroin, Methamphetamine, Jesus Zavala-Torres, Isabel Otanez-Sanchez, Zavala-Torres, Otanez-Sanchez, San Jacinto, 35-year-old California man  
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3 days ago  
NJ residents can't figure out how to put gas in their tank but meth is no problem.
 
3 days ago  

Bowen: NJ residents can't figure out how to put gas in their tank but meth is no problem.


Guy was from California.
 
3 days ago  
Atlantic City Degenerates is the name of my ICP polka fusion cover band.
 
3 days ago  
You could say he went from....
<puts on sunglasses>
0 to 20 Yrs


//YEEEEEEAAAAAAHHH
//not proud. but it's a solemn duty.
 
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3 days ago  
Well the big mistake was meeting with a CI.

They have to tell you if you're a cop.  It's a rule.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  
Anyone caught with 7 pounds of fentanyl should probably be sentenced to a lot more than 7.5 years. That much fentanyl would undoubtedly lead to a lot of deaths.
 
3 days ago  
Yeesh.  Meth mites were the worst thing about the drug for me.  I used to shower twice a day while I was tweeking just to try and alleviate it.
 
3 days ago  
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I'd rather sux on Batteies anytime......Meth means death, jail & math......I was also told that there'd be no Math folkz!
 
3 days ago  
7.5 years? Seems random.

I always wondered why weed was sold in empirical measures while coke and heroin were sold in metric.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

Ragin' Asian: 7.5 years? Seems random.

I always wondered why weed was sold in empirical measures while coke and heroin were sold in metric.



Potency  A gram of heroin or coke goes a lot longer than a gram of pot (which is generally about a joint and a half).
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  
Legalize it
 
3 days ago  

Buck Fiden: Legalize it


Meth bad.
 
3 days ago  
got a sensible chuckle from the headline. nice job subby
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

Al Tsheimers: Anyone caught with 7 pounds of fentanyl should probably be sentenced to a lot more than 7.5 years. That much fentanyl would undoubtedly lead to a lot of deaths.


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3 days ago  

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"itchy weekend" barely begins to describe it.  Can't stop yourself from kicking or sh*tting even with restraints or a cork!
 
3 days ago  
Should have committed treason...
 
3 days ago  

Snapper Carr: Yeesh.  Meth mites were the worst thing about the drug for me.  I used to shower twice a day while I was tweeking just to try and alleviate it.


Meth mites is the name of my Rancid Motörhead crossover cover band.
 
3 days ago  

Ragin' Asian: 7.5 years? Seems random.

I always wondered why weed was sold in empirical measures while coke and heroin were sold in metric.


It's actually even more confusing than you think. Meth is typically sold in metric units up to one gram. But you quickly learn that it's usually better to buy 1/16 oz because that's generally where you get your first price break for volume (1/16 oz is about 1.77 g, but typically just costs a little more than 1 g).

Then things shift to fractions of an ounce, with the good old eight ball being a common unit of sale. Lower level retailers will generally buy by the ounce. Next level up in the food chain is buying pounds.

One hallmark of a dealer is knowing how many grams are in 1/16 oz and 1/8 oz, etc.

Why is this so? I'm not sure but I think in part it's to take advantage of users who aren't so good at math. Basically, if you are buying a gram or less (as many casual users do) then you're paying top dollar.
 
3 days ago  
NO BUGS!
 
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