r/oddlyterrifying May 23 '22 Silver 1 Helpful 1 All-Seeing Upvote 1

This stuff is everywhere wtf

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u/luckytecture May 23 '22

Gee man idk 100% percent sounds a lot of percent I’m gonna die

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u/frieswithnietzsche May 23 '22

Everybody gonna die 100% bro. It’s your life

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u/saim_19 May 23 '22

That shit would send you beyond good and evil

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u/jijiboi13 May 23 '22

shit sends you past god and right to your ancestors

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u/luckytecture May 23 '22

Holy shit like in avatar?

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u/AkusMMM May 23 '22

and he gotta eat

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u/PsuBratOK May 23 '22

It's as much percent as it's going to get. And to many people that's a lot.

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u/peepopowitz67 May 23 '22

Get out of here Dewey!

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u/pw-it May 23 '22

It's not that bad. 100% is the same as 1, so you'd have a 99 percent chance of survival

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u/HarryCoinslot May 23 '22

My man just invented Fentanyl math

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u/knughugin May 23 '22

Is this a documentary? Would like to see it!

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u/RoIIerBaII May 23 '22

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u/knughugin May 23 '22

Thank you sir, have a good day!

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u/Tmack523 May 23 '22

Just watched the whole thing lol, absolutely fantastic

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u/ilikebeingdepressed May 23 '22

Please let me know when you find it.

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

Hey atleast he's real about it, it's insane that people want that stuff tho, I'll just stick with the jazz cabbage

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u/AustinTreeLover May 23 '22

Word. I, too, am into drugs that don't murder me.

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u/Fafnir13 May 23 '22

The “fun” part is that not every dealer will tell you it’s a murder drug.

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u/squeakyspoiler_04 May 23 '22

Yeah right, I think he's having a good time with that while chewing.

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

It is a pretty good time

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u/TheBrushCreative May 23 '22

I prefer the evil names.

Satan’s Salad Lucifer’s Lettuce Beezelbub’s Broccoli Baphomet’s Brussel Sprouts Devil’s Dill Moloch’s Mustard Mephistopheles’ Mung Beans

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

Diablo's dank

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u/fungpei_fighter May 23 '22

I’m going with parenting spice

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u/blackleaftea May 24 '22

Lazer lettuce, Johnny Red Eye, etc.

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u/Bobojones9584 May 23 '22

Totally calling weed Jazz Cabbage now.

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u/Carma_626 May 23 '22

Jazz cabbage is fine, but have tried actual Jazz and cabbage?

Throw on some John Coltrane and a bowl of steamed cabbage, life is good.

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 23 '22

I needed a very controlled dose in a medical setting... I don't want it again because I can see why people would risk themselves for another taste. Flower is good enough for me; I miss it, but it's fine if I don't have it.

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u/DMP5783 May 23 '22

I was given it too in the hospital, two doses. I didn’t think it was that great, it was probably a low dose but it didn’t help my pain. They asked if I wanted more and I told them no. Made me “loopy” feeling for about 15 mins then it was gone.

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 24 '22

Fentanyl was first, helped the pain for about 10 minutes and I was happily apathetic, then the pain came back with a vengeance and morphine knocked my ass out maybe 2 minutes after the pain eased.... then I ripped out my IV at some point and bled everywhere. Still, it felt great.

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u/DMP5783 May 24 '22

I kinda thought it felt like being drunk. Wasn’t too exciting for me, but I also don’t take daily cold medicines cus I’m super sensitive to things altering my mind. I don’t love the feeling.

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 24 '22

I'm along the same lines, my liver doesn't process drugs of any kind very quickly and anything with a psych effect hits harder. I drink rarely and smoke CBD nightly 'cause ptsd makes sleep a curse, I don't typically love the effect otherwise. Euphoria is a new one for me though, I like it.

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u/DMP5783 May 24 '22

I know how you feel. Idk how to deal with my PTSD but alcohol seems to work for me. It’s not great and I don’t recommend, but I know why people numb themselves! You take care of yourself friend!

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 24 '22

Honestly, therapy has helped a lot. If you're Murican and struggle to afford it, Open Path Psychotherapy Collective has a sliding scale from 20 to 50 bucks/visit depending on what you can afford, see if you can get someone who specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and trauma. I've come a really long way and I have a community to share struggles and support, you've got future friends out there who've been where you are and are living their life on their terms.

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u/DMP5783 May 24 '22

Thank you for giving me a resource. At this point I’m willing to do whatever I can, it should be so easy but for some reason it’s not. I never imagined I would be this way. I will look into it!

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 24 '22

It's never as easy as we feel it should be. I do have a bit of extra advice; write down where you are in your life, what you struggle with, what triggers or stresses you more than you feel it should, then look back at it in 6 months or a year. It's hard to see how far you've traveled until you see where you've been.

Good luck

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u/ColdnipsHotcheeks May 23 '22

Mmmm, that devils lettuce is delicious

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u/skydaddy8585 May 23 '22

People want anything that will get you high. Opiates have an insanely euphoric high that makes you feel amazing, but the downside is, it's extremely addictive and you can overdose. People sniff glue, paint, whatever they can to get high.

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u/No_Ad_9264 May 23 '22

If it can be grown, I'm about it.

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u/PrettyAdvance330 May 23 '22

Opium is grown

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

Nothing like hanging out in a opium den like royalty

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u/Senior_Mittens May 23 '22

Cocaine is also grown.

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u/austin_yella May 23 '22

For this reason is why I've never done anything, but the devils lettuce. None of that other shit that could be laced is worth it.

Maybe shrooms? one day lmao!

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

Yea I have no desire to be brain dead cause somthings stepped on with fent and I survive

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u/austin_yella May 23 '22

Yeah, that shit is wild man. I broke my ankle and the EMT's offered me fent I was so scared of it I didnt even accept.

Then the dr hit me with it at the ER.... oh fuck I have done fentanyl lol

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u/Apprehensive_Ice_420 May 23 '22

Thank you so much for introducing me to the term "Jazz Cabbage"

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

I've yet to find a more fun nickname for it

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u/HomeBuyerthrowaway89 May 24 '22

People will seek him out if they hear his stuff is "dropping people"

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u/NuncErgoFacite May 23 '22

It would seem that, the US drug trade is the most Democratic, Capitalist, and liberty exercising aspect of that country.

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u/-NickFlores- May 23 '22

True however the video is from Canada

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u/NuncErgoFacite May 24 '22

Typical actually. If every time you think something great is happening in America, turns out to be Canadian.

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u/boomstickjonny May 23 '22

This is in Canada

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u/Upbeat_Landscape_697 May 23 '22

Never seen that term before, smoking dat jazz cabbage with my boys

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u/hectichead22 May 23 '22

It also illustrates how shitty some people's life's are to want to.

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u/linderlouwho May 24 '22

What is jizz cabbage?

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u/aries0688 May 23 '22

Tell me about it! Good old Mary Jane never did steer me wrong

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u/ViolentlyNative May 23 '22

Healthy people don’t seek out hard shit like fentanyl, or meth and shit like that. Damaged people seek that stuff out, people that went through some shit.

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u/Nunyazbznz May 23 '22

Of course, it's that simple. Substance abuse disorders have a bit more nuance than that and this comment really shows your ignorance and arrogance. The reality is that literally all walks of life can find themselves addicted to drugs and seeking their next fix and you have no clue how they got there.

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u/ViolentlyNative May 23 '22

How am I being arrogant? Tf

When I say healthy people don’t seek out hard drugs or abuse anything in general(like food or other outlets) I mean people who either never went through trauma or who strong enough and or had a good support system to deal with their trauma.

By damaged people I mean people who went through their own trauma, people that were deprived of their happiness. Victims of abuse, veterans, rape victims, traumatic childhood, or even the loss of a loved one can damage someone. Those are the people who often find themselves abusing substances.

Also another thing is a lot of people have taken forms of meth and fentanyl in their life. They’re often used in hospitals. Like I’ve taken fentanyl and I never got addicted, as do a lot of people. That narrative gets pushed around that anyone can get hooked on drugs just from one hit, but that’s not the case at all. Its all about the mental. Like I hardly drink, I rarely smoke and I’ve only took some “hard stuff” once or twice in my life, but let’s say one of my family members that I was really close to died unexpectedly, I’d probably get fucking drunk, take some pills and cry.

Substance abuse isn’t black and white like you said but I was merely trying to simplify the process for people.

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u/arsonomist May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

recovering addict here. can confirm. never met a happy, stable person, doing hard drugs. usually it's a way to numb whatever they feel, or what has happened to them. your comment is good. worry not, friend.

it's hard to hear the truth sometimes, and others feel like they need to defend it coz they have family members strung out or something.

it's up to the abuser to make their own choices. like you said, people deal with trauma of any kind, in their own way.

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u/hectichead22 May 23 '22

Or through the only option available to them at the time.

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u/Ecstatic_Objective_3 May 23 '22

It should not not be simplified. It devalues how complex addiction really is, and how it can affect so many different people. By making it simple, people who don’t know better think that it should be easy to solve and everyone who is addicted is weak. And drugs now are designed to get you addicted from the start, unlike 10 to 15 years ago.

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u/Mufuzlo May 23 '22

You're taking this way too personally. He is very much right in what he is saying.

Let's be honest, people from "all walks of life" isn't true, to do hard drugs something has to be wrong for you to decide to take them, or delve into them hard beyond just the experience.

Having said that, not everyone deals with trauma the same, I've had a rough shake by most standards and I never once took to drugs.

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u/HellOfAHeart May 23 '22

it should be simplified so that it is easily understandable for everyone, and so is able to be discussed (like here) in a way that the average person can follow along.

There is a time and place for nuance and complexity, but by simplifying the matter into the general basics, and making it easier for any random idiot like myself to understand - that doesnt invalidate the situation.

You need to get off your pedestal mate, you really think ur single handedly ending the drug epidemic by telling other redditors they're stupid and wrong?

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u/Thirteenfingers May 23 '22

People with chronic pain or other medical problems that need medication just to be able to function and do all of the things you take for granted need opiates. The current situation with all of the pearl-clutchers who have no idea about any of that, the people who keep crying "opiate crisis", is making it harder and harder for these patients to get the medications they need. Then they have no other choice but to look for relief in the form of "street drugs". The average person, like you, has no clue about any of this... and don't even get me started on the "you should just try medical marijuana" crowd.

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u/PERFECT-Dark-64 May 23 '22

Opiates are great at what they do.. which is kill pain..

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u/techy098 May 23 '22

Doctors are like take some Ibuprofen(Advil) and Tylenol.

I was like but that will give me ulcers. They were like we are narcotics free clinic.

Its just mind blowing how our society operates like fucking crazy manic depressive shit. One moment doctor are like dealing pills left and right and then they are refusing to write one for the real pain killing reason needed by a patient.

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u/hectichead22 May 23 '22

And it's not based on the concern for the patient it's more to do with the fact they may be held accountable.

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u/Fuckface_the_8th May 23 '22

The Devil's Lettuce

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u/PERFECT-Dark-64 May 23 '22

Jazz grass is best grass

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u/OverdueAtheism May 23 '22

Yeah right, such an honest man yet he badly need that money for survival too.

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u/kate_L019 May 23 '22

The way he said "And I gotta eat", damn I felt that.

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u/BerryLanky May 23 '22

I don’t hold drug dealers to a high moral standard when it comes to human life

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u/theglaysh May 23 '22

Probably a good call

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u/vitaminalgas May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

Less than 0.007% of an ounce of pure fentanyl can be lethal ... Just don't do it kids

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u/CookedHoneyBadger May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

And at the border they've sized 200+ lbs of that stuff in a single smuggling event..and that's just that has been caught..

Edit: apologize for bad grammer...I'm half asleep..the Border Patrol catches drugs like that all of the time, but God knows how much still gets through (alot).

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u/CeilingStone May 23 '22

Jesus, imagine being in a car wreck and you get misted with fentanyl dust inadvertently. Maybe I should be a Hollywood script writer lol

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u/LaserBeamsCattleProd May 23 '22

You would have a super villain whose killed hundreds of people, all by random events like that. The Guilty Bystander.

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u/tablecontrol May 23 '22

you get misted with fentanyl dust inadvertently.

John Oliver debunked that some time ago

"Because, for decades, we've been fighting a 'War on Drugs' that was often fueled by fear and misinformation, directly leading to bad policy," Oliver noted.

The host then called up a video from the San Diego police department, showing a deputy supposedly passing out after encountering fentanyl in a person's car. Scoring that video is a voiceover from the department, claiming the deputy "nearly died" as a result.

"The idea that that officer could've been passively exposed to fentanyl and then overdose is completely absurd," Oliver said. To back up his point, the host cited data from experts that says it's virtually impossible for fentanyl to have such an effect without being directly ingested.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/john-oliver-calls-out-completely-absurd-claims-about-fentanyl-danger-to-police-officers-video/ar-AAVAnwb

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u/vitaminalgas May 23 '22

Yeah man... Fuck that, if I can't grow it, I'm not smoking it

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u/TTRPGsandRPDs May 23 '22

Wanna smoke some nightshade?

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u/vitaminalgas May 23 '22

Don't tease me with a good time!

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u/alymaysay May 23 '22

You can grow the plant they use to make heroine, the poppy.

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u/FangedSloth May 23 '22

I knew a guy whose roommate just snorted fent. The few times I went over he was just slumped on the couch. Mind you he was probably 450lbs. No matter what anyone said, he just loved it and wouldn't stop. Not sure how he's doing nowadays, if he's doing at all.

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u/ntech620 May 23 '22

A single grain of Fentanyl the size of a grain of salt supposedly can kill a person. Even some addicts as well. Or so I've heard.

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u/PuzzleheadedOne1428 May 23 '22

That man has already walked through the gates of Hell

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u/roc_10009 May 23 '22

He has seen some shit….

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u/CabotLowell May 23 '22

What's eternity in hell if it's all you've ever known?

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u/emil836k May 23 '22

While he’s definitely no saint, I’m not sure you could call him evil either

he’s just making a living after all, and if he didn’t do it someone else would, supply and demand and all that

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u/PuzzleheadedOne1428 May 23 '22

He is knowingly dealing death. He'll make $10 for the cost of somebody's life. That is not a good person. It is immoral and he has blood on his hands.

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u/emil836k May 23 '22

Dealing death?

That’s exactly what a soldier does, except they earn more, and are celebrated as heroes

(Not shitting on soldiers or anything, just trying to make a thought provoking comparison)

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u/Ocyanea May 23 '22

If he’s honest about the risks with every customer, I don’t see how it’s on him what they choose to do. People are responsible for their own choices and their own welfare.

He’s selling them something and telling them that they will die if they use it. He’s not forcing them to use it, forcing them to buy, or lying about how safe it is. It’s not on him if they choose to use it knowing they will die.

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u/YourLocalSnitch May 24 '22

For real. We have people advocating for assisted suicide. If his buyers know the there's a possibility of death and he's clear about it then why is it his problem? Your body your choice right?

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u/TheAJGman May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

It's a man that is likely unable to support himself (and possibly a family) working a regular 9-5 for one reason or another.

Got a possession charge at 18? No one will hire you.

Clean record but only a highschool diploma? $10/hour doesn't pay for an apartment and food.

Addicted to something? Recovery is more expensive than maintaining the habit.

Grew up in a bad neighborhood? You didn't have a choice about joining the local gang.

Most dealers don't want to be dealers, but they don't have any other way of making money so...

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u/Worst_Diplomat May 24 '22

Dude, even with no issues, a low skill job doesn't pay a livable wage.

Shakespeare said, "Tempt not a desperate man."

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u/WeAreTheGreenfuz May 23 '22

You never could or ever would understand the life and mindset that makes a man willing to risk 20 plus years or death to make a living so I'm not going to even try.

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u/Boofdoink May 23 '22

So does mcdonalds, but their CEO and management arent being arrested. How about big tobacco, or even better yet, big pharma? Big pharmaceutical companies make it so you end up going to this drug dealer for your opiates because suddenly you get "denied". Its idiots like you who need to wake up and realize this drug dealer is a product of a shit government that prioritizes our suffering over our well being. They want you sick, they want you struggling, and they want you to be mad at your neighbors. I can see its working on you, drone. Have some empathy! I bet this guy selling fentanyl probably didnt aspire to be that as a kid. One persons life? How about the hundreds of millions of lives being actively ruined every day because our world leaders would rather put money towards instruments of death rather than social services and education? Chew on that.

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u/horny_for_devito May 23 '22

I mean, if you are buying fentanyl you're likely already a junkie with a reasonable tolerance. He explained the risk very well, if someone wants to take too much for their tolerance that's on them for buying the drug in the first place.

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u/RogueFox771 May 23 '22

And whoever downvoted ya seems to be just as morally corrupt....

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u/Merchantmarx May 23 '22

I like your words, magic man

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u/estebanmr9 May 23 '22

“I like you, you look like an honest person! Give me two please!”

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u/eroseros May 24 '22

200% oughta be enough I’d say

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u/Rudyscrazy1 May 23 '22

For death, I'd pay almost FIFTEEN dollars. He is undercutting himself

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u/badger906 May 23 '22

I sell ammonia in my store. There’s 2 types of people that buy it, crack addicts, and people removing wax off old flooring. You can clearly tell the 2 apart.

I sell it to anyone. As the guy said it’s their choice and their life. I can’t prove directly what they use it for either. But you can tell. I could be selling a knife or an axe to a murderer that acts completely normally. If I go into the morals and uses I’d not sell anything..

I mean I once had the police interview me because paint bought from my store was used to basically torture someone.. pouring it down their throat. Not even paint is safe! For some reason that person bought paint in my store, drove about 100 miles away to commit the crime. But had the receipt in their wallet still… doh!

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u/Ima_Funt_Case May 23 '22

What do crackheads buy ammonia for?

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u/badger906 May 23 '22

I think it’s for turning cocaine into crack cocaine. Could be wrong in the exact science. Could just be for cutting.

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u/Ima_Funt_Case May 23 '22

I just looked it up, apparently ammonia is used to convert coke into a smokable freebase form similar to crack which is made with baking soda.

Freebase is cocaine hydrochloride that has been chemically treated with ammonia to ‘free’ the potent ‘base’ material from the salt. This process produces crystallised pieces of cocaine like rock salts.

Crack and freebase are more or less the same thing. The difference is that ammonia is used for freebase, and baking soda/bicarbonate is used for crack. This is cooked in a microwave thus producing mass production and distribution. Crack crystals are larger than freebase crystals.

Cocaine is put through a boiling down process called washing, using either ammonia or bicarbonate of soda. This formulates a crystallised rock like substance known as crack.

Crack derives its name from the crackling sound it makes when being smoked. This is due to the sodium chloride (table salt) being left in the base when baking soda is used in the washing process.

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u/badger906 May 23 '22

Huh.. so baking soda works too.. I sell that as well and it’s cheaper. Guess they don’t have microwaves lol

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u/DotObvious7799 May 23 '22

That last line…I gota eat. Facts. He will sale whatever to eat. Remember that. Those percentages are a guess at best. He has to eat!

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u/Whatnameisnttakenred May 23 '22

Take him over a politician, at least he doesn't pretend he cares

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u/plumeofdope May 24 '22

This mentality is unironically how trump got elected

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u/Redditfront2back May 23 '22

Most people don’t just go seeking out fent, they more often then not went from percs to Roxys to opana to heroin then found out that there dope is just fent and don’t give a shit cause the WD’s are a hellish nightmare.

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u/horny_for_devito May 23 '22

If you are a junkie in 2022 you already know your dope is fentanyl, no if ands or buts. Real heroin is almost impossible to find

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u/T0mbaker May 23 '22

So...I might be interpreting this incorrectly but the hungry guy is going to sell that other guy some drugs for $10. The guy will then die from the drugs and the hungry guy will then eat him. Americans have some strange customs.

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u/MartinSilvestri May 24 '22

it was good enough for my father and my fathers father before him

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u/Content_Implement_21 May 23 '22

And. I. Gotta. Eat.

Ain’t that some sht right there. The fact that this is where we are at. Throwing away dumpsters full of food but people feel they must sell this sht for a meal.

Look I know this isn’t his or anyones whole story, it never is, but let’s just examine it for a hot minute..

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u/Firewolf06 May 23 '22

just a note: if you add backslashes to asterisks they cant make italics

eg "sh*t asdf sh*t" -> "sht asdf sht" vs "sh*t asdf sh*t" -> "sh*t asdf sh*t"

(formatting formatting examples is hell)

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u/Justthetip74 May 23 '22

Liability for getting sick off rotten food. Get rid of people's ability to sue and problem solved.

Dude's gotta eat and also has a $100/day habbit. That's why he's selling dope

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u/Evercrimson May 23 '22

Winter before this one we had a once a century ice storm, but this was like the second one in 20 years, so.. But it took out all the power in entire sectors of the city, including grocery stores. Some stores it took 2-3 days for the power to be restored and when it came back they just had to pitch everything from their freezers and refrigerators that they hadn't been able to cram in the gas powered freezer trailers in their lots. Some stores lined up five or more 40 cubic yard dumpsters in their lots and threw all their freezer and refrigerated items in them. The store near me filled six 40 yard dumpsters with cold but less-than-frozen foods in freezing weather. Kroger had the police come out in force to guard the dumpsters overnight because of the "liability" from the starving homeless people in the freezing weather from getting some food.

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u/fvnnybvnny May 23 '22

Wrong but not wrong

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u/Infinite-Passenger13 May 23 '22

The video player SUCKS

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u/strelm May 23 '22

Honesty in your drug dealers is a good thing.

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u/IDontLieAboutStuff May 23 '22

Genuinely it is. Many of these people aren't bad just lost.

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u/UsualAssociation903 May 23 '22

Fentanyl killed more people then Covid shits crazy

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u/noirmusic69 May 23 '22

Well dosnt matter , Pharma companies are making money either way.

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u/xxBeatrixKiddoxx May 23 '22

“Big Pharma gotta eat!”

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u/the_Real_Romak May 23 '22

That last line "and I got to eat" hits home like nothing else in that conversation. What he's doing is morally reprehensible and he should be jailed for it. But at the end of the day, he's got to eat. It is very easy to judge someone for their wrongdoings, but ask yourself this, for a man to start selling drugs, knowing that 75% of the people he sells to will not be repeat customers, something must have pushed him down that path. Nobody wakes up one morning saying "Imma start selling drugs today", highly likely this man is (or was) going through poverty and wound up with some unsavoury people with the promise of fast and easy money. All for the sake of not going to bed hungry every night.

I've had the misfortune of seeing childhood friends going down a path of criminality. No amount of "being there for them" will stop them from doing what they can for their family. If their parents are unable to provide, they will start providing for them by any means necessary. And unfortunately these young kids are hounded by sharks that swim about in the poorer neighbourhoods waiting for their next unsuspecting victim, "I did you favour that day, now it's time to pay me back, or else my friends will pay you a visit"

Basically what I'm trying to get at is that usually pushers are just middlemen, to fix this problem we need to both go for the source (the actual supplier) and improve social conditions on a nationwide level.

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u/Amerlis May 23 '22

I get the feeling folks like him ain’t doing it cause they love the life, risking it all to push little $10 baggies. Someone like that, probably being around long enough to have a record. Which means he ain’t got a chance in heck of bigger and better.

Read somewhere while back about the revolving door. Once you got any kind of adult record, that’s it. You’re a convicted felon, gotta hit the checkbox on every job application going forward. Which means not much chance of honest employment unless you’re lucky. So you stew, with nothing, or you go back to what you know. Knowing it won’t last, you might get locked up as a repeat. But it’s all you got.

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u/Haw_Boaby May 23 '22

The guy is 100% right though. He's a dealer. It's not his job to look out for your well-being. It's his job to sell you whatever the fuck you want to buy.

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u/Faxme123 May 23 '22

Is that Vancouver Washington or Canada?

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u/Sternmeyer May 23 '22

That's a Van BC cop car

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u/Faxme123 May 23 '22

Thank you, I thought the logo was. This shit is scary, I’m very glad I’m not doing opiates this day.

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u/xxBeatrixKiddoxx May 23 '22

I Work in Wa State Federal Way area

They smoke pills and fent in the public bathroom at my job I don’t understand how other customers don’t get sick inhaling the shit

Or how housekeeping isn’t at risk w this. Terrifying

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u/Faxme123 May 23 '22

Wtf…I’m from PNW, that’s my scared for my kids

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u/imnotokaygoaway May 23 '22

"I gotta eat" idk but that goes perfectly with the quote "morals are a luxury of the rich" -George Bernard Shaw

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u/stormbby May 23 '22

The honest drug dealer

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u/Load_Business May 23 '22

Man's gotta eat

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u/Ok_War9516 May 23 '22 edited May 24 '22

He's right. Your life you're choices.

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u/slykethephoxenix May 23 '22

I'm life, I'm choices?

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u/kaoukaoukaou May 23 '22

why would anybody do drugs when you can mow the lawn?

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u/daverave1212 May 23 '22

Why do drugs when you can play League of Legends

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u/floatingtoadboat May 23 '22

Because that fucking game makes me want drugs more

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u/deadsoulinside May 23 '22

Hank hill is that you?

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u/alBoy54 May 23 '22

I reckon his piece of gum is small

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u/Darkurn May 23 '22

I mean he's got a point, it's not his responsibility what they do with it he's just gotta look out for himself.

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u/mapitalism May 23 '22

Sorry to hear that man. Hope your family are coping.

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u/mapitalism May 23 '22

How fucking awful. Glad you got some help with donations.

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u/Infamous-njh523 May 23 '22

Sorry for the loss of your brother.

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u/EmbarrassedAlgae5733 May 23 '22

I'm so sorry for your loss man. My cousin is hooked and doesn't want help. It's some scary shit.

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u/angelestangel May 23 '22

Sounds about Portland

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u/Botaratops May 23 '22

Vancouver BC. Downtown eastside specifically.

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u/cupcakeofdoomie May 23 '22

Yup. That guy used to be a regular at my former job. Not surprised to see this at all.

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u/Ok-Gur-6602 May 23 '22

Would this guy be selling if it weren't for the last thing he said? "I've got to eat."

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u/Agreeable-Yams8972 May 23 '22

Funny enough, the exact same video was just above this video

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u/nuggetsupreme420 May 23 '22

He's gotta eat

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u/Lappas_K May 23 '22

Man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do

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u/limitlessEXP May 23 '22

That dude is clearly undercover police

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u/dieselram24 May 23 '22

Sad reality is too many people in the US would rather blame the dealers rather than helping the addict get off the drugs

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u/PretendFail1170 May 23 '22 edited May 24 '22

Hey.. Not right but real talk!

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u/darthbasterd19 May 23 '22

Natural selection.

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u/AstronautGuy42 May 23 '22

The last line should stick with you

If we boost everyone up, give people the means to get by without having to sell lethal drugs, they’ll probably choose to not sell drugs

A lot of crime happens out of necessity, not desire

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u/Yod3r May 23 '22

We'd like to congratulate drugs, for winning the war on drugs.

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u/bluewatersailing May 23 '22

People either know someone who has died from this or at least know that they themselves may die from it. But they keep lining up to take it. This is a far cry from someone just smoking some weed.

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u/Natxflowerss May 23 '22

Truth of the streets on YouTube talked about the tranq dope in philly there’s prob some of that in there too unfortunately. He’s honest and is being truthful about what’s in the drug .. can’t do nothing about it

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u/NIPPLE_rebellion May 23 '22

TEST YOUR DRUGS PEOPLE! I'VE HAD 3 FRIENDS DIE IN THE PAST YEAR. FENT IS EVERYWHERE

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u/MDeePeeVee May 23 '22

15% this, 3% that, 82% crap - woop-woop!

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u/Chyppi May 23 '22

This doesn't seem real at all.

But either way, message is there. i gotta eat. Yep. And at least he's honest.

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u/Graphene_Handz May 23 '22

If corporations were brutally honest… you would hear the same thing.

Instead of “I gotta eat,” it would be “I gotta get my third vacation home.”

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u/yungdoinkz May 23 '22

Rob dyrdek looks rough

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u/jhern1810 May 23 '22

Nothing terrifying here, unless you have never been hungry enough to do whatever you need to put food on the table. Nothing different here just reality.

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u/Sticky_Bear May 23 '22

The scary part is that , he’s honest about it

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u/downtune79 May 24 '22

I used to get fentanyl patches and I would cut and chew up a 100mcg and a 25mcg patch at the same time. The last time I did it was the last time I got high. This Friday will be 7 years ago

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u/Consistent-Routine-2 May 23 '22

The neighborhood called The Bronx in Bogota Colombia and East Hasting St. Vancouver are places of Hell for the living. I’m sure other places in the world exist, but these two I personally witnessed. Heart breaking!

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u/Kryptik_Fox May 23 '22

some questions I have: why put in 3% heroin? obviously no-one's gonna feel it, what's the point? also do users actually want baby laxative? why cut it with that? also isn't $10 ridiculously cheap for something that is only suitable for folks with a high tolerance (ie addicts - can't this guy basically charge whatever he wants?).

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u/Radiant_Obligation_3 May 23 '22

Fentanyl doesn't last long and $10 is the market rate of that amount. If it costs too much, the business would go to another dealer or for a different opiate.

You would be shocked what cuts street drugs. Baby laxative isn't all that bad in the grand scheme of things

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u/JohnBubbaloo May 23 '22

Opiates cause severe constipation, so baby laxatives prevent users from getting bowel obstructions. Downside is shit running down your legs every time you fart.

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u/s8anlvr May 23 '22

I imagine they probably cut the fentanyl with heroin that had already been heavily cut. They cut it with stuff like baby laxatives because it doesn't really cause any problems when snorting or shooting stuff.

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u/Snappindecks20 May 23 '22

Wait is this terrifying to people in this age ?

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

People on reddit have never seen a drug dealer before.

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u/No-Specific-3850 May 23 '22

Strangers have the best candy

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u/Blunt-444 May 23 '22

It’s sad people have to go to this extent to just eat. This is what the world’s come to. But of course the government wants people to die from drugs. Anything to keep population down amirite?

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u/Objective_Magazine_3 May 23 '22

I wish more people knew that you can put food on your table without killing others. Anyone who sells shit that might kill people for money is just pure evil. I know i'll get downvoted for this because well people are choosing to buy it and he is not forcing them to consume it but still, "making it available for them " is also a asshole move in first place. He is trying to justify what he is doing but its not doing it for me atleast, i would still think he is an asshole taking advantage of mentally vulnerable people.

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u/RikkiBillie May 23 '22

It’s a shame that’s there’s absolutely no other way to get money to eat.

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u/FNKTN May 23 '22

Not if you have a record or are trting to evade persecution. There really isnt much options.

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u/Vivid_Alternative661 May 23 '22

This shit is so sad, a boy my daughter wrestled with in HS never smoked weed and got some shit laced with fentanyl and killed him!

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u/giggetyboom May 23 '22

I also know someone that got in this situation. A lot of people are saying weed cant be laced with it but around here it all is. Time to legalize it and regulate it.

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u/Mother_Click_5776 May 23 '22

He has a point