Why Did The Feds Keep Buying Shrooms?
Basically the Feds kind of stumbled upon us, given up by Lance in his probably futile effort to save himself from some serious jail time. But why would they keep on buying consecutive Walmart Large Sport Duffels with 20 pounds in each?
There’s just not a huge market for them. They are not a drug of abuse, even though they seem to be pretty widely available and accepted (joked about on TV and in movies). And the wholesale value hasn’t changed for many years. So why would they buy the equivalent of over 20,000 doses when surely even 5000 would have demonstrated some sort of knowledgeable, “professional” operation if that’s what they were looking for? And, the other intriguing question: Had I not told Lance I was getting out of the business and that was the last transaction he could expect, how long would they have continued to buy?
I am repeating what has been said, but this can not be said enough. WHEN A COP ASKS YOU IF HE CAN SEARCH YOUR CAR, YOU CAN SAY NO. And you should if you have something in your car you shouldn't. I repeat this because my wife, who is a public defender, says that almost everyone consents to a search even when they have drugs in the car because they don't want to say no to a cop. Just say no! (Or, no thanks...you don't have a warrant do you? Ok, then, I'll just say no, I guess.
See what he did there, bitch actually refers to the K9
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