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If you're looking to sell high-grade marijuana, Craigslist may not be the place to do it. A man learned that the hard way when the "buyer" who contacted him turned out to be an undercover officer, Stamford police said.
Police said Steven Zahorsky, 24, posted an ad for "Mary Jane in Fairfield County." The ad offered a half-ounce of "A plus" marijuana for $220 and the same amount of "B plus" marijuana for $160.
Stamford Lt. Jon Fontneau said officers spotted the ad and responded, claiming to be a painting crew interested in buying drugs during a work break.
Zahorsky allegedly agreed to sell three-quarters of an ounce of marijuana at an Interstate 95 rest stop, Fontneau said.
Police said they arrived Wednesday afternoon and called Zahorsky's cell phone. He answered and agreed to meet at the rest stop McDonald's in 15 minutes.....
Just want you to know that you did make a difference; that you helped to open my eyes; that you helped to change my life in a big way, and you still do. Like maybe how Allison Krause helped to change yours a ways back. .And like you friend, I left my own Sugar Mt. a very long time ago. Don't let the tripe on this thread get you down too much.
My internet id was inspired by you.
And for those that don't know who Allison Krause was - she was one of the millions of beautiful and caught off-guard women/children/grandmas/grandpas to have their lives stolen away from them by American soldiers in the last many decades. But unlike most, Allison had fair skin. Allison Krause was "collateral damage." Just like some brown-skinned Iraqi or Afghan Pocahontas that I would have loved had I been born in a different place.
Who was Allison Krause?
"Constantly she was surrounded by boys and girls who came not only to tell her their problems, but to laugh with her and bask in her quick wit and charm. Allison possessed a rare trait. She could move among many groups of students and always exhibit tolerance for the views of each group in which she participated. When baited by adults, some young people respond with anger and bitterness, if not violence. Allison expressed a passive, stoic quality, as if recognizing the injustice of name-calling, as if realizing the illness of the person filled with hate. Allison was filled with contradictions as any complex person is. She read Hermann Hesse and worked in a bagel factory after school. She could wear a fur coat one day and the following day blue jeans and a bush jacket . . . of the students I have met in five years of teaching, in six years of college, and of the people I have met when working in factories, gas stations, shops and offices, I cannot think of a better person than Allison Krause. In her own quiet way, she symbolized the best in young people."
Who was Pocahontas?
An American Marine murders a woman because she happens to be standing next to a man in a uniform. "I'm sorry,'' he says, "but the chick got in the way.''
Some of us still hear you, Neil. Peace, courage and **** fear.
Life would stink without music.
For those who liked my other vids. Music by The Smiths. The images aren't too graphic, a few are but i've generally tried to blur them out a bit. I'm letting comments on by approval, so don't bother trying to post rude ones.
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