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Old 02-18-2019, 12:51 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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What black people sell crack in the Stuy?

The drug game is weak out here now. The crackheads have been pushed well pass the Stuy.

Opioids/heroine doing it bigger now.
Drug game weak in the Stuy? Why so many shootings still?
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Old 02-18-2019, 01:42 PM
 
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Drug game weak in the Stuy? Why so many shootings still?
The shootings have gone down dramatically

Mostly from nonsense, scamming, some drugs of course. But it’s not like the 90s at all.
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Old 02-18-2019, 01:43 PM
 
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Who is “they”?
The same people who thought Amazon wouldn’t benefit Queenbridge residents. You know since no one who lives on the projects is smart enough or educated enough to work for Amazon
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:49 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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The shootings have gone down dramatically

Mostly from nonsense, scamming, some drugs of course. But it’s not like the 90s at all.
Do you have Citizen app?
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Old 02-19-2019, 12:01 AM
 
Location: Harlem, NY
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If they're not getting robbed for their K2 they won't get robbed for weed

Plus, if bodegas really started selling weed, why would you think they would let drug dealers cut into their profit?

they're not out here selling k2, like they do bud. bud is a multi-billion dollar business. k2 not so much. its street value is null
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Old 02-19-2019, 12:11 AM
 
Location: Harlem, NY
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Yeah this is most definately stupid. As if there is not already enough stupidity at NYC bodegas. Sheezus. The thing is that when Cannabis products are legalized the most immature (and stupid) are all lined up front and center preaching. It will take people at least a few more years before it dawns on them how stupid most pot heads really are. Like in a stoned trance of some kind.

100% of pro-pot folks are stoned users of the narcotic.

It does not take a Cannabis Cup Winner award to realize 100% of pro-pot people are simply baked stupid on the drug.

see how nobody answered my point, just skated onto somethin else which aint make sense



what happens when they lace the bud with other drugs?



these bodegas are gonna be selling bad batches of bud, which will cause things to look like areas i pointed about before, ambulances hauling off kids from school in droves. some might even die because lord knows what the hell is in the bud. kids have no got damn control


this sh** is dumb as hell
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Old 02-19-2019, 12:12 AM
 
Location: Harlem, NY
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When did it become illegal to sell loose cigs? Guess I’m behind the times .

ask eric gardner
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Old 02-19-2019, 12:19 AM
 
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see how nobody answered my point, just skated onto somethin else which aint make sense



what happens when they lace the bud with other drugs?



these bodegas are gonna be selling bad batches of bud, which will cause things to look like areas i pointed about before, ambulances hauling off kids from school in droves. some might even die because lord knows what the hell is in the bud. kids have no got damn control


this sh** is dumb as hell
If weed was legal, it would come from actual dispensaries, as opposed to weed sold on the street which can come from anywhere and have anything in it (though, I've never known of anyone having an experience with laced weed).

That being said, neither me or anyone I've ever known has ever had to go to the hospital over weed. People of any age can already buy as much weed as they want, with ease. I'm not sure what you're so worried about
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Old 02-19-2019, 08:07 AM
 
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If weed was legal, it would come from actual dispensaries, as opposed to weed sold on the street which can come from anywhere and have anything in it (though, I've never known of anyone having an experience with laced weed).

That being said, neither me or anyone I've ever known has ever had to go to the hospital over weed. People of any age can already buy as much weed as they want, with ease. I'm not sure what you're so worried about
I've known of people hospitalized from Cannabis consumption. Eating it makes people ultra high. Get real. Just another stoner under the plants trance.

Weird how all the sudden bodega owners are these wonderful angels who petal so many healthy treats to the people. When 99.9% of everything they sell is toxic or at the very least detrimental (and addictive) to the health of people. Also it is dawning on me why it was criminalized in the first place. Give a man a doobie he puts down his gun and stops fighting. Soft.
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Old 02-19-2019, 08:10 AM
 
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I've known of people hospitalized from Cannabis consumption. Eating it makes people ultra high. Get real. Just another stoner under the plants trance.

Weird how all the sudden bodega owners are these wonderful angels who petal so many healthy treats to the people. When 99.9% of everything they sell is toxic or at the very least detrimental (and addictive) to the health of people. Also it is dawning on me why it was criminalized in the first place. Give a man a doobie he puts down his gun and stops fighting. Soft.
I've only heard of people being hospitalized because they misused edibles and had a panic attack.

As far as smoking weed, I've never heard of that being a thing.
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