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What the heck - don't they build basements in US of A anymore?
Gene, do you have any idea how much the hydroponic equipment + the cost of the electricity to generate enough articificial light adds up to? It really cuts into your profit margin! If all they wanted was some pot, the Azoulays could have just driven out west of Washington on Interstate 66 for a bit over a hour and would be out in the Shenadoah Valley where with a bit of looking around would have found somebody up on the mountain sides who for a reasonable price, would have sold them enough marijuana for all their needs. You see the that special Green Leaf grows naturally throughout the American South including the mountains and has pretty well replaced Moonshine as the favorite illegal substance to raise. Some years ago, my Dad who was a newspaper reporter was down in the southern Appalachia mountains covering a story when he meet a friend who lived nearby. Dad asked him about how a mutual friend was doing, only to be told that the guy had been pretty depressed ever since his marijuana crop failed!
"Fla. Man Denies Cocaine Found in Buttocks is His" at http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/04/ap/strange/main6926935.shtml?tag=stackEnjoy!
He he. So no more Moonshine?
Hmm... how does one put a bag with crack between someone's buttocks in a way that that someone doesn't feel it? Cool...
Snoopy, Moonshine is pretty much Gone with the Wind! Those whose families traditionally brewed moonshine have pretty much all shifted to pot. Not only is marijuana cheaper to raise and brings in more money, it is a lot easier to keep undetected. For moonshine you have to buy the distilling equipment and when you are making it, keep your smoke from being detected. A marijuana grower avoids both these problems.As to how someone could have a bag of cocaine in the crack between his buttocks without knowing it, have absolutely no idea.
When I worked at a paper in West Virginia in the 70s, the pot, generally grown between rows of corn, was locally known as "mountain mellow." It was wonderful stuff, with a delightful aroma of newly cut grass (so to speak). I can't quite imagine growing it on one's back porch, though. Pretty stupid. I do see that they are big enough wigs to have been released already. Any other dimwit would have trouble raising bail.
Pity about Moonshine...
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