Curiculum Vitae : Former marijuana smuggler.
March 9, 2001 2:37 PM   Subscribe

Curiculum Vitae : Former marijuana smuggler.
From an advertisement in Toronto's Financial Post.
During this time I also co-owned and participated in the executive level management of 120 people worldwide in a successful pot smuggling venture..."
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posted by skwm (16 comments total)
I like the usage of Box 375....nice touch :)
posted by samsara at 2:56 PM on March 9, 2001

he already got a job. damn, maybe Canadia does have all the answers.
posted by donkeysuck at 3:05 PM on March 9, 2001

make that job offer(s). itchy trigger finger.
posted by donkeysuck at 3:06 PM on March 9, 2001

yes, once again we rock.
posted by will at 3:15 PM on March 9, 2001

holy shit, 75 tons?! haha what a dumb motherfucker. Heh, "after successfully having completed a ten year sentence..." hahaha "successfully completed", he makes it seem like an accomplishment.

posted by Lifeblood at 3:48 PM on March 9, 2001

References from a district attorney? Did he give the guy some product? Take him out and hang him.
posted by Postroad at 3:49 PM on March 9, 2001

We're hanging people for selling weed, now? Hey, postroad...I hear the Turkish Government is hiring Customs agents.
posted by Optamystic at 4:13 PM on March 9, 2001

Box 375??? I don't get it. I think it might have been humorous to have gotten Box 420 instead.
posted by milnak at 5:55 PM on March 9, 2001

I'm not so much in favour of hanging people who break arbitrary, foolish laws as just hanging people I don't like. And there's an awful lot of them....
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 6:48 PM on March 9, 2001

More power to him. Hell, I'd hire him. I bet he's a great manager.
posted by yangwar at 11:02 PM on March 9, 2001

How successful is the venture when the guy gets 10 years for it?
posted by geir at 9:47 AM on March 10, 2001

I wonder if there's a job market out there for someone with ten years of smoking marijuanna experience...
posted by Loudmax at 12:08 AM on March 11, 2001

He didn't get ten years for mismanaging his business; he got ten years for managing an *illegal* business. If they put people in jail for running a business badly, there'd be an awful lot of CEOs doing time.
posted by jennaratrix at 11:36 AM on March 11, 2001

well, he mismanaged something if he landed in jail for ten years, didn't he? does getting caught count as mismanagement when your business is inherently illegal?
posted by pikachulolita at 1:06 PM on March 11, 2001

We could run this one around in circles for a while, but the point I was trying to convey was that his business was making a lot of money, therefore he was managing it well; he went to jail because running a drug-smuggling ring is illegal. I suppose you could argue that not getting caught is an inherent part of managing an illegal business, but I was speaking of management in terms of turning a profit.
posted by jennaratrix at 1:49 PM on March 11, 2001

It's not hard to turn a profit moving drugs...that's probably one of the obscure reasons/consequences as to why it is illegal. I think not getting caught for as long as he did would translate into good managing as well as smart distribution. Keypoint: Always have a fall guy. Always use a PO Box ;-)
posted by samsara at 9:30 PM on March 11, 2001

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