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Tandalayo_Scheisskopf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-11-06 12:12 AM
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2. Yes they can.
Cops, just like everyone else, can be lulled into nice, safe and comfortable routines and patterns.

Remember another thing, as well: tweakers are repulsive. That's just a fact. Meth does not make you a better and more attractive person. Cops can feel the same repulsion. Repulsion creates aversion. Aversion creates a desire to avoid them until they go pick up the body.

Out here, in NJ, the cops don't have the first idea about tweakage and aren't particularly interested in learning. Sooner or later, one of the houses in this placid rural area is gonna blow up and then, they are gonna have to play one hell of a lot of catchup.

Years ago, in Eastern PA, the cops were a lot smarter. They knew the Pagans motorcycle gangs were running meth labs in isolated houses in the mountains. The cops would fly around with helicopters and look for houses with dead trees around them. Seems like meth labs kill trees. They made a lot of busts that way.

I am not a big fan of drug laws and drug enforcement, in most cases. I can make an exception for meth. Nothing good has ever come of that crap. Nothing at all.
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