December 21, 2008

They Didn't Intercept Any Toast Points?

Monique Chartier


Part of me thinks that a portion of this haul should be sold (at a discount price to ensure a prompt sale) and the proceeds used to distribute more ... necessary supplies to the targeted recipient organizations and part of me is amused and pleased at the intended disposition of the illicit beluga.

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1/2 mil for some fish eggs?Maybe the world needs an apocalypse.

Posted by: joe bernstein at December 21, 2008 11:13 AM

For only 88 pounds of it, Joe. Doesn't that make it more expensive than some illegal drugs? And presumably less likely to be sniffed out by drug dogs.

Posted by: Monique at December 21, 2008 4:35 PM

drug prices are deceptively reported by the government and the media.When they say they seized bulk drugs with a "street value of...."hold your nose.The bulk dealers and wholesalers don't see the stree value.That figure is divvied up among myriad small dealers.
Pure heroin is actually more expensive than this stuff.
I'm not sure about coke these days-having retired 12 years ago,and not being a drug user,I don't keep up with the market.

Posted by: joe bernstein at December 21, 2008 9:52 PM
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