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Old 04-04-2014, 09:44   #16
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Oh, and don't forget to videoblog the whole thing on YT.
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And if you paint your boat Coast Guard colors you can hide in plain sight...
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The latest thing is not to cook it but to just mix it. They call it Methamphetisushi.
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:10   #19
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They call it Methamphetisushi.
.. and consume with amphetite?
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:16   #20
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Make the boat look pretty ratty, and come to my side of the Stream. Nobody seems interested in the few abandoned drifting around here.
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I'd give this project the green light. Also I want to get in on the ground floor send me a PM to let me know how I can invest!
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Just Western Union me a check and I'll triple your money.
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I was sooo sad when Breaking Bad ended....why didnt Walter White think of that? maybe you could film it...?
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I was sooo sad when Breaking Bad ended....why didnt Walter White think of that?
probably because he lived in New Mexico
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We need more "how do I hide illegal stuff" threads for sure.
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We need more "how do I hide illegal stuff" threads for sure.
We could start a prostitution ring on an adjoining boat and just say they are all friends and we are traveling together. Then we could raft all the boats together and have a one stop shop for everything illegal. Drugs, girls, guns, and anchors. OK I know anchors aren't illegal but you all know you want a boat full of anchors to fight over.

Now we have to decide where to have our Water world style multi boat raft
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probably because he lived in New Mexico
oh... details, details...!
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I have this plan to steal a boat and turn it into a meth kitchen. There will be a couple of fugitives on board as well as some illegal aliens. We will be travelling internationally with no passports, licenses or documentation. I figure we can just say that the heavy acetone smell is just us doing epoxy work.
What could go wrong?
I love your business plan! Holler if you need money, guns and lawyers.
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I call dibs on gills and webbed feet!
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We could start a prostitution ring on an adjoining boat and just say they are all friends and we are traveling together. Then we could raft all the boats together and have a one stop shop for everything illegal. Drugs, girls, guns, and anchors. OK I know anchors aren't illegal but you all know you want a boat full of anchors to fight over.

Now we have to decide where to have our Water world style multi boat raft
Somebody always has to spoil it by going too far and using the a-word.
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