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Certified pure Heroin — 10 Comments

  1. Great to see the HSE doing free quality control for the Kinehan-Hutch gang. Though if the HSE also supplied the goods maybe they wouldn’t soak up such a large share of budget

  2. Perhaps they could test the beer quality as well – a lot of festival drink offerings are really poor quality, adulterated muck.

    Does HSE now stand for, “Here’s Some Ecstasy”?

  3. At the end of the evening a plain clothes Gardai will approach with a whole sack of confiscated samples.
    No point surrendering all the good stuff into the evidence lock-up.
    Synical? Moi?

    • I used to live next door to the local sergeant. Every Christmas we used to get smashed, polishing off bottles of confiscated poitín [very strong Irish “moonshine”]. Happy days.

  4. Just had my Nephew’s annual micro rave down the bottom of my field. Great do. Good boom-boom “music”. Excellent consumables. No Gardai/Plod 🙂

    On an serious note (as I think put forth by Tim Worstall a while ago): the origin of “Brands” is in establishing what is “good stuff” i.e. not too bad for you, so as to distinguish from what is just unknown, possibly nasty, quality. So, rather than the Plod testing your stash (and won’t they just say “DOOM” anyway?) wot we need is established drug brands and ability to defend such in court. Which means bringing all that naughty stuff inside the law, rather than prohibition.

    Ps: @ Doonhamer: wouldn’t be the first time.

  5. Ha, ha!

    I heard a story a couple of years ago of the police in a corner of England apprehending a young man for selling pills. He laughed as thry took him to the station and when they asked what was so funny he told them that the pills had been Bob Martins.

    I assume the punters had shiny coats and I’m not sure if the young man could have been charged with anything.

    The Stradbally tent would clearly avoid the problem of canine narcotics!

    • I also heard of a lad in one of the “higher class” [i.e. expensive] boarding schools who was caught flogging cannabis resin to his fellow pupils. It transpired he was selling cut up Oxo cubes!

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