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By yagshroom (Yagshroom) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 04:35 am:

I am just curious about people out there who have been busted for growing... If you have been, or a friend of yours has, I would like to know how it happened. I am guessing the vast majority have been from loose lips, but never the less, I am really curious how people have ended up getting burned by big brother.

By Nan (Nanook) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 04:49 am:

Not a bad topic, but I moved it to General.

By Cragith Kilbonith (Kilborn) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 05:04 am:

hope no one ever finds out.

By ggg (Ggg) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 11:59 am:

My friend Jimmy has been busted for all kinds of things- none of them drug related. The best advice I can give is BE LIKE ME AND OBEY ALL THE LAWS OF THE LAND. Don't be like Jimmy! If you don't break the law you will never be in any legal trouble!
BUT ---if you find yourself in cuffs here is my advice-

1- Don't say a word to the cops- not hello, not yes or no, not one word until you get your phone call. Call someone you trust to get you out. During your call reveal NOTHING!!! After you get your phone call say even less.

2- Now your out. USE RULE # 1. Say nothing on the phone, it's tapped. Say nothing in your house, it's bugged. Be paranoid. Be afraid. This is your life we're talking about. Take all mettings face to face in a trusted place!
Commit yourself to either fighting the charges or doing the time. If you want to skip the fight and do the time great. -- Just don't be a rat. If you rat out the wrong person you'll get shot in the face. If you have any self respect shut your pie hole and take your meds. Most people say "I would never turn rat" but when being grilled and threatened by a room full of cops a lot of people turn pussy and start to talk-- These people get dragged out of rivers!

3- If you choose to fight the charges ALWAYS get the best lawyers you can afford. Beg, steal, whatever, just get the cash for your mouthpiece. And by all means if you don't like what your lawyer is saying to you- get a second opinion. If you don't like what they're saying either then someone needs or wants more money!
YOU WILL VERY RARELY FIND A LEGAL PROBLEM THAT A LARGER PILE OF MONEY CAN'T FIX! Just keep stacking it up until the problem gets fixed.

4- Get the money to fix your problems by any means. JUST GET THE CASH!!! Be creative.
Helpful hint- unless the charges are federal cops will have a hard time following you from state to state. This can be used to your advantage.

Remember rule #1 and good luck


By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 01:52 pm:

i've been busted for quite a few things, due mainly to youthful stupidity... but g is right... don't say a damn word.. that is your best defense... not even, it's not mine i swear... NOTHING!... cops will say or do almost anything to get you to talk.. don't believe them... yeah, we got your buddy joe in the other room and he says that everything was yours, is that true... remain silent... cops are decietful creatures

By bizarro jones (Bizarro) on Tuesday, December 04, 2001 - 05:59 pm:

one thing you CAN say to an officer should he try to enter your home or search your vehicle: "I do not approve of this search."

The cop may do what he wants anyway, but an unreasonable search is often grounds for dismissal. Basically, if a cop ASKS if he can search your bag or your car or your house, then you have the RIGHT to deny him (and that cannot be used against you).

"The Supreme Court has long held that a refusal to cooperate with the police does not justify detaining or arresting someone. Furthermore, the Court assumes that we know this. Therefore, the Court has declared that under the Fourth Amendment, police officers may approach an individual without any suspicion whatsoever, ask potentially incriminating questions, and request to search the individual's luggage 'so long as the officers do not convey a message that compliance with their requests is required.' It is up to the individual to simply walk away if he does not want his bags searched." - The Right to Privacy by Ellen Alderman and Caroline Kennedy, 1995.

so, asserting yourself is sometimes an option.

take care and stay safe!

By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Wednesday, December 05, 2001 - 12:13 am:

in theory that is true, but does not always work... i have had many a cop make up stories so that they had "reasonable suspicion" for instance i was pulled over in colorado somewhere and everything was completely fine until the cop asked me to take a look in my car... i told him no and he said that he spotted a pipe on my front seat so that he could search my car.... luckily for him he found a pipe in my trunk and said that that was the one on my seat

By Cragith Kilbonith (Kilborn) on Saturday, December 15, 2001 - 05:53 am:


By Kaijan (Kaijan) on Saturday, December 15, 2001 - 08:45 pm:

Hey. I was just wondering if anyone who regulars this site is actually a member of some type of law enforcement, and willing to admit it?

Just curiousity... :)

I'm sure there are a few out there, but do they dare admit to it? lol.


By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Saturday, December 15, 2001 - 08:57 pm:

I AM the Law.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Saturday, December 15, 2001 - 11:40 pm:

I happen to be an undercover federal ag...er, I mean...I'm a long haired freak just like the rest of you good people.

By onediadem (Onediadem) on Sunday, December 16, 2001 - 01:38 am:

My uncle next door is a retired police captain. He
smokes pot, and wants to do some majic with me. So, I guess that dont count, but he is a genious when it comes to the law, did a buttload of lobbying when he was working, and its cool to have info I may need. He also has a few judges as personal friends, and has gotten many family members, who arent exactly shining angels out of some major trouble. A very good alli (sp) to have indeed.
live long and prosper

By Cragith Kilbonith (Kilborn) on Sunday, December 16, 2001 - 04:13 am:

i think i heard you mention the cop before pam :)

By quote: (Quote) on Sunday, December 16, 2001 - 02:44 pm:

i used to f*ck a cop's daughter...that's having a member in law enforcement, sort of.
does that count ?

By Kaijan (Kaijan) on Sunday, December 16, 2001 - 06:48 pm:

lol. Yes it does.. :)


By nuecrew (Nue) on Sunday, December 16, 2001 - 07:18 pm:

My Uncle is a retired fbi field agent. My other uncle was head of narcotics enforcement for one of the state patrol districts(which one I wont say). They are both arrogant and self righteous and I wouldn't ask them about shrooms. I am sure without a doubt that members of law enforcement either occasionaly or as part of a routine monitor these different web sites for info. They probably use word searches to speed things up so certain "buzz words" would attract attention. I think with the economy the way it is there is alot more people dealing hard drugs for cash. Hobby shroom growers like us have got to be at the bottom of the totem pole.

By Mushy (Mushy) on Monday, December 17, 2001 - 09:18 pm:

I was seeing a girl once. REALLY, its true!

Anyway, we were talking about smoking some herb, and she told me her father could get some. Her birth fater, that is, and the parents were separated.

Anyway, we are walking up the street and she tells me to wait while she goes in. Where does she go? The house with a state police car outside! I am like WTF! I see her go up to the door, a guy answers and looks around, glances my way for a moment, then leads her in.

A few minutes later, she walks out with a joint.

Turns out, he was very good at letting off drug offenders who were carrying - whatever drugs they had were payment. A lot of evidence that is admitted in court is less than what the accused may have had. If you are trying to get off, are you going to argue that you had 4 lbs, not just 2? Probably not...

I know another guy who became a cop. I used to sell drugs to him in HS. Don't know if he still uses, but I wouldn't be surprised.

And I have heard stories from a lot of other people who have been let go when busted - minus their stash.

Oh yes, the man may enforce the law, but that doesn't necessarily mean he obeys the law...

By Delekhan J. Delekhan (Delekhan) on Monday, December 17, 2001 - 09:49 pm:

In my area I've heard of many instances where the cops take the stash and no more is done. Even one instance where a house was searched, bongs and drugs confiscated (i think just pot), and then nothing, no word from the cops again. I'm sure it has a lot to do with the amount and type of drug, and the overall circumstances regarding how the cops found it. I'm sure they are supposed to report everything, but in my area they don't always seem to go by the book. Gotta give it to the rural south. I don't hear of this kinda thing in the cities too often.


By Cragith Kilbonith (Kilborn) on Tuesday, December 18, 2001 - 04:39 am:

i wish it was the same way down here, i just lost another smoking m8. he was driving in his car to pick up another friend, cop pulled him over for speeding 5mph over in a school zone. cop said his car smelled like 'marijuana' so he so claimed had the right to search the car. the cop happens to find 'burnt marijuana' on the carpet of the car and searches him. finds on him 0.8 grams. probation he goes :\ damn cops, less than a gram
i dont get it?

By Stewie (Stew) on Tuesday, December 18, 2001 - 05:06 am:

I get it. Some pigs have nothing better to do than be assholes. My home town is fairly small and a lot of times the cops are just hanging out at kwik fill because they get free coffee. These cops are being paid to stand around hours on end. They have nothing to do.It's ridiculous. If they didn't bust people for the most insignifigant things they would have nothing to report at all. Lazy bastards. They could at least be setting up speed traps or something. In any other respectable profession this laziness would not be tolerated.

By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Tuesday, December 18, 2001 - 05:20 am:

it does happen in the cities Delekhan... where i live, you will only get busted for weed if you are an asshole to the cop or for some reason he really wants to be an asshole to you.... in the larger cities, the cops actually do have something better to do... i have lived in smaller towns, and have found the cops there to be just the way Cragith and Stewie explained... maybe the south is different... i have heard good things about the south... gonna be heading down there this summer for some panic at some point hopefully

By Delekhan J. Delekhan (Delekhan) on Thursday, December 27, 2001 - 11:57 pm:

Yesterday I was watching one of those police video tape shows, with all the car chases and busts and shit. Some cops pulled over this dude and smelled pot in his car. They tell him if he has some just for personal use that they were inclined to let him go on his way. The dude says he doesn't have any and then consents to a search (dumbass)... As they're searching his car he grabs one of the cops, trying to pull him away from the car. They tackle him and put him in hand-cuffs, and then continue their search. They find a small bag of pot and ask him why he didn't tell them about it like they had asked. The dude said he was scared because he was on probation. Anyway, even after the dude lied about having pot, and they had to fight with him and put him in hand-cuffs... they let him go, with the only consiquence being a report to his PO about the incident. How crazy is that, and how crazy is it that it was shown on tv, prime-time?


By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Friday, December 28, 2001 - 06:55 am:

Delk, I saw that same show the other day. I really think it was to (bullshitedly) show..."cops aren't so bad...really." Those shows are propeganda after all. They never show the people who run from the cops and get away. Some do, you know. Did you see the cop who they kept interviewing? "Never try to hide information from the police, they will find it." Whatever. That guy would have made a four-star nazi.

By Nan (Nanook) on Friday, December 28, 2001 - 09:14 am:

When I was a young brat I evaded pursuit on a number of occasions. A hot car and no fear of death (youth and/or drug influence) is all that's really required.

Then a kid I went to high school with failed to lose the cops within the required 2-5 minute time period and ended up in a major pursuit. He t-boned the driver side of a car at an intersection and killed a beautiful 22 year old female college student returning to her house from the library. Closed casket funeral, she was nothing but body parts.

I sold my car. Let my license expire. He spent 2 years in prison and came out with an XX large asshole.

I was dumb, but smart enough to learn from his mistakes.

This in no way changes my opinion of cops. If they were not cops, most of them would be considered criminals by any sane society.

By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Friday, December 28, 2001 - 01:53 pm:

"If they were not cops, most of them would be considered criminals by any sane society."


By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Saturday, December 29, 2001 - 02:13 am:

I don't fucking get it, those bastards (cops) act like they have no choice but to chase those that run.

Gimmie a fuckin break..... unless you just killed someone or were invloved in a strongarm robbery or something..... the more prudent course would be to let the speeding fool go as to not invole any innocents.

But they always have to win.

To see them high five on T.V. (ala...COPS) in the apprehension of some pathetic crack head, makes me fuckin sick.

They aren't forced into their line of work.

They chose it.

And then they commit these testosterone fueled "duties" in the name of the greater good.

Fucking hypocrytes.

I know there are some good people out there that are cops... and I am painting with a broad brush here.

But, for the most part, I hate those dickheads.

By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Saturday, December 29, 2001 - 06:54 pm:

man..... classic example... my friend and i were leaving a restaurant last night, and as we are driving out of the parking lot we drive passed a cop in a parked car... he looked up at us, so, of course... being polite... we waved at him... he then procedes to follow us for the next 3 miles, switching lanes with us and everything like he is ready to roll us, until we got out of his jurisdiction.... what the hell is that!? just trying to be polite, you know... would he rather we averted our eyes from his gaze in shame... arrggh!

By Spunion_Elf (Spunion_Elf) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 04:18 am:

I wonder if we could declare ourselves to be a group of modern-day primitives and get them to give us our own reservation where we don't have to deal with there shite. Of course we can't, but it's a fun notion. They've spent the past 600 years trying to get rid of the real primitives, so they'd definately frown on middle class white people trying to start a new tribal society. Does any one know how to join the Native American Church, or how strict the religion is? It'd be cool if we could get a small movement going of people growing legal peyote. What states allow peyote for religious use? OK, I'm getting way off topic here, but it's an old thread so I doubt too many people will notice.

By Stewie (Stew) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 06:16 am:

just to add on about the cop chase thing. If the pigs really wanted to be effective and were really looking out for the greater good of society they wouldn't give chase to the guy who doesn't pull over. A much safer way to handle the situation would be to take the guy's plate number and let him think he got away with it. The cops would just wait till 4AM wednesday morning and knock on the guy's door.

By nuecrew (Nue) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 10:16 am:

My Brother is a card carrying medical marajuana smoker. He can carry less than a certain amount and grow three plants. He can assign another person as a "caregiver" and they can legally grow it at their house for him. Seeing how he at times has to have more than a days worth on him he was advised to have a combination safe in the car. The point being the pigs have to get a search warrant to poke thier snouts into it. I've been charged with a felony before that I didn't commit by smiling cocky cops who had it in for me. Police do set people up and they lie in court. My fbi Uncle used to refer to the area he worked in as his playground. Abraham Lincoln said, "If you want to test a mans character, lend him power". Or how about this one, "Your chances of being watched are directly proportional to the stupidity of your actions". Fear breeds stupidity. If you can't do something with all your wits about you, don't.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 10:44 am:

Stewie, I see several problems with your solution of the cops letting people in cars get away for the time being. Those would include drunk drivers, people with dead bodies in their trunks and...how would you like it if first your car gets stolen and then the cops show up at your door at 4:00am saying you are under arrest for resisting arrest the day before?

By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 05:19 pm:

So, what, J.B?

It's better to chase some speeding fool and hope he doesn't kill anybody in the process?

Now driving along minding your own business and then getting killed by a scared, half drunk, teenager running from the cops because he is scared his parents will take away his driving privlidges...... now that, would be a little more inconvenient than being woken up by the cops at your house the next day after having your car stolen and having to explain yourself.

I said in my previous post, that there should be some exceptions to the rule, but the cops ego getting bruised because they couldn't "make the bust", right that second, shouldn't be one of them.

Instead of doing lip service... those liars should really consider what is for the greater good, and base thier policies on that.... not this ego driven bull-shit they try to shove down our throats and tell us it's for our own good.

If you really want to serve the public and earn my respect... be a Fireman. Those guys risk thier lives.... and thier bottom line isn't about "making a bust".


By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 09:07 pm:

Brettie, I agree that there are points for both sides. However the policy of the police can't be not to chase people because then everyone will just know to speed away. This will cause more people to flee and only lead to more of the drunken teenager situations like the one you described. I don't, however, think that if the cop did not chase the drunk teenager it would be too much better. Once he starts to flee he will probably keep on that way even if the cop stops. The speeding fool needs to be stopped not ignored. If let go and then dealt with later, it will be verty difficult to prosecute him later, and so much for the DUI he would and should have gotten. They really have to catch them in the act. Remember, some of these people are legitamite criminals. He might speed away, leave his car somewhere else and later claim his car had been stolen, wouldn't you? I hate to sound like I'm on the side of the police but you have to see it from there point of view as well sometimes. If they don't chase people, that will lead to many more problems. I know cops are far from perfect but it would be a dangerous world to live in if cops were viewed as if they were mere mall security. Of course the cops with the big egos they don't want bruised make it a difficult situation. But if people knew they could just speed off there would be a lot more drunks and lunatics driving around with no fear of justice. It sucks that the laws aren't perfect, especially in our case, but you have to admit we do need the police and they do need to enforce some of the laws.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 12:21 am:

Here's another thing that will inevitably happen if the police's policy is not to chase a car and try to nab them later;
Say Johnny Crime drives a black Cavalier, a common car. He finds another black Cavalier and notes it's license plate number. He buys some paint and makes a fake license plate with the other cars numbers. It would be simple enough to make a convincing fake plate. Then he starts his crime spree knowing the police will not chase him when he flees. Let's just say I hope it's not my plates he forges.

It's too bad lives are put at risk during police chases but having the police not chase the cars as a safety measure is sure to backfire. Car thefts, drunk driving and traffic violations in general would go through the roof if folks knew the cops won't chase them. And that's not safe. The best thing to do is pay attention and if you see flashing lights or hear a siren, pull off the road and let them go by hoping that drunk teenager doesn't hit you and the cops get him before he hurts anyone. Sadly, though, many people don't even do that.

By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 02:50 am:

Just make running from the cops a severe penalty... say a mandatory 5 years.

That would keep all but the really bad guys from running to begin with.

And you only stop pursuit when the speeds get too dangerous, say over 90 or something; then, you just call in for back-up and do a low speed pursuit.

It is very difficult to out-run a radio, or a chopper, or fifteen cars doing 50 coming from different directions.

Most guys are gonna get caught anyway, at some point.

There are more prudent and responsible ways to go about it.

I saw a show on the Discovery channel that studied the numbers of the few police departments in the U.S that actually do have a policy to call off the high speed chase when it is deemed too risky and the pursuit mortality rate went way down, so the argument you made that even if the cops stop chasing, the bad guys will continue to drive recklessly just doesn't hold water.

Don't let those jerks(the cops) fool you... they love chasing these idiots around so they can make the bust and high-five each other... and they love it so much that they are willing to put innocent peoples lives at risk so that they can "get thier man".

You think they want to 'play it safe' and let someone else make 'thier collar'?

Fuck no, they're ego-maniacs, that's why they became cops to begin with.

By Imok Urok2 (Imok) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 03:53 am:

I think they ought to do like they do in TX, the
licence plate stays with the vehicle.
Then you put the same number on the roof of the
Then you increase the helio cops so that when
there is a chase the helio vectors the cop cars
in at regular speeds, set up barriers, spike
strips, etc.
Cop cars should be a deterent, not a cause of
Just my $.02 :)

By Timothy Leary (Timothyleary) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 04:20 am:

Just wanna lend out some advice...

ALWAYS RUN WHEN ON FOOT, if you have a chance to get away, do it.

I have gotten away several times since i was a teenager because i ran.

Run in the car?? Hell no, cops don't have to do physical activity...when running they do, so chances are they will give up after 5 min and hit up Dunkin Dounuts.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 08:22 am:

Brettie, you say that making it a 5 year penalty will stop the really bad guys from fleeing. Well, breaking laws that carry a 5 year sentence or more is what makes them the really bad guys. The ones who will stop are just the kind of bad guys. Also consider that the people who run often are trying to avoid getting busted for something that will get them more than 5 years. I think your following ideas are on the right track. The helicopter can chase them all the way to Mexico and the can tell the cop cars where to nab them when they run out of gas. But I have noticed on those Fox police chases that when they lose the cops in cars but still have the helicopter above them they still drive like a bat out of hell trying to lose the copter (which they of course can't but are sure to try)(and actually, I had meant to say that when I refered to cars speeding away recklessly even after they had lost the cops in cars). In that case the spike strips Irok mentioned are a good idea. It is a sticky situation but you must admit that the cops can't just let people speed away because there are some real criminals out there. And though those Fox police chases are a bit biased towards the cops, the cops do have some pretty safe and effective methods of stopping them.

Also, Tim Leary, running from cops on foot is a good idea if you can out run them. Some cops aren't that out of shape and are well coordinated with other cops in cars. In that case you have resisting arrest and obstruction of justice added to your charges.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 08:24 am:

P.S. Better than always running from the cops is never telling the cops anything, no matter what. That has saved me from certain doom a time or two.

By ggg (Ggg) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 01:17 pm:

"Fuck no, they're ego-maniacs, that's why they became cops to begin with."

Right on Brettie

I know a fella' (just met him) who dropped out of the NY state police acadamy a few years ago because he didn't like being brainwashed.
He was told that he should "assume that everyone he comes in contact with while in uniform is a potential adversary."
Thats what he told me anyway.
This is the kind of training that leads to power mad law dogs.
He also said that part of their training involved what he called "bending the law".
Using meathods of detainment, intimidation, and outright trickery to fool or entrap the "obviously guilty"
What a crock of shit.
I'll let my voice be heard because I keep my nose clean. I'll start a thread for any law dogs that may be nosing around!

By Imok Urok2 (Imok) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 03:43 pm:

When you put on a uniform, you put a target on
your back.
You draw attention, some good, some not.
I worked as a rent-a-cop for a while.
Good way to meet the strangest folks :)

By quote: (Quote) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 04:39 pm:

just wait until they perfect the technology, they plan to be able to shut down your vehicle's electrical system by remote control.
no running then.
recently they caught some idiot who stole a caddy with the northstar g.p.s. system. they just called northstar, who tracked the guy until he parked it, then the piglets went out to make the bust.

By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Saturday, January 12, 2002 - 06:07 pm:

Jim Brown... you miss-quoted me.


Brettie, you say that making it a 5 year penalty will stop the really bad guys from fleeing.

This was my actuall quote.



Just make running from the cops a severe penalty... say a mandatory 5 years.

That would keep all but the really bad guys from running to begin with

Just wanted to clarify.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Sunday, January 13, 2002 - 03:22 am:

"all 'but' the really bad guys"

Sorry Brettie, I missed the "but" part of your quote. That makes more sense. My bad, I misread.

By jim brown (Shrhobbyist) on Sunday, January 13, 2002 - 03:24 am:

Also, Quote I thought of that too. It's a shame that the best solution seems like such a breach of our freedoms. Damn the cops and real bad guys alike. Hope all of us stay safe.

By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Sunday, January 13, 2002 - 04:16 am:

You too... J.B.

By Spunion_Elf (Spunion_Elf) on Monday, January 14, 2002 - 10:41 am:

Supposedly a strong electro-magnetic pulse (I think, maybe it was something else) could diable any car with electronic fuel injection, i.e. most cars from the last 15 years or so. That's why a lot of those wacko militia types (no offense to any wacko's who may be reading this, please don't kill me) have old cars or have metallic cloth strips hanging from the back of thier frames to ground the car. So that when the "revolution" comes they can drive w/o the man being able to stop them (as if they'd be able to get gas, or withstand a 5lb tank shell).

Of course I hear a lot of things, and pass them on with the caveat that it's something I heard. Most of the time I'm talking out of my ass. Other than Frank Zappa and improvised smoking contraptions, I'm not much of an expert on anything.

"I wasn't gonna run from the cops, but I was high
I was gonna pull right over and stop, but I was high
Now I'm a quadrapalegic and I know why
because I was high, because I was high, because I was high
la da dat dat dada daa"

Drive car fully

By nuecrew (Nue) on Monday, January 14, 2002 - 06:59 pm:

A friend of mine was lured into a large deal 10 years ago. I wanted nothing to do with it but I told her to repeatedly ask them if they were police or undercover narks. After the bust she showed me the 20 pages of body wire transcripts(numerous meetings and telephone conversations). You could read her moving the conversation towards the question of if they were cops. And just at the place where she actually asked them if they were(in four places),were the words,"unintelligible conversation, lots of static". In real life they said they were not.

By ion ewe (Ion) on Monday, January 14, 2002 - 08:08 pm:

Spunion- I've heard the song, but I still can't tell if it's satire or propaganda in the guise of satire. Catchy tune, though. The words will definitely get stuck in your head...

Nue- I know all about it, my friend.


By gnas (Psystep) on Tuesday, January 15, 2002 - 03:52 am:

running, even from cops, will be the last thing on my mind if I'm high.
meth, however, is another story...