Brinkkman Busted

Discussion in 'Latest News On Anabolics' started by Warhead14, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. Nat C.

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    No worries I understand. If you look at the first 10 words you know that's out of the question for me. I was only making the point that IMO it's easier, cheaper, and less risky (I.E. having your photo and car tag snapped while around someone who is under surveillance) than paying domestic prices for already prepared stuff. If you can boil water, add, subtract, divide and sterilize your area to the max then it just makes sense all the way around. Why pay $75-$125 for just a measly 2000mg / 10ml's of T when you can get 100,000mg for the same price? Plus you can tailor whatever dose/blend you want. As long as your only getting at most 3-400gm's of whichever mix of the dozens of choices you available, all you have to worry about is a seizure and a seizure letter a few months later; and that isn't anything to worry about. I've only had one in 12 years. There are lot's of U.S. pharm products available as well that are ridiculously priced here. The new Harvoni treatment for Hep C is $90,000 for a 3 month treatment, I bought 4 times that ($360,ooo worth) for a family member and his wife for $750 possibly saving their lives in the future as their ins. only pays for it when early stages of cirrhosis are detected.
     
  2. FlyingDragon

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    Your logic is silly....



     
  3. Heady Muscle

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    I cannot see how using bitcoin or even encrypted email or websites are any safer, especially after the Dark Web Busts (and on going, the feds are now going after the purchasers as well as the sellers). Anything electronic can be tracked, encrypted or not.
    I said this a many times and I firmly believe; encrypted mail or any "Safe" measures do not guarantee your anonymity from Feds Prying Eyes. If the Feds want to see what you are doing, they will. The Government came up with these encrypted messaging, mail during the cold war. I am sure they know how to get through any layer most people can put up. Even foreign countries are breaking through these digital "safe" layers to steal from banks and what not.

    I think everybody's best bet is going the least amount of electronic/Digital communication and digital monetary transactions. If you don't leave a posted trail for them to follow, they will really have to dig in to find you.

    And for the big aas sellers, don't be like a typical drug dealer and own three Mercedes, a Ferrari and a big house in Malibu. Anonymity helps. Broadcasting your actions will bury your ass. : )

    Just food for thought.
     
  4. BackAtIt

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    Super post!!!!...This is as accurate as it gets...The computer has to break it down at some point in transmission so that it can understand it...If someone is on that end of it the decryption, they can read it...And I guess I don't have to tell you who is on those ends...Think, backbone!!!!
     
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  5. Nat C.

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    How so? Could you please expound on that comment?
     
  6. Nat C.

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  7. Nat C.

    Nat C. Member

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    TID, Thanks for the PM, could not respond due to settings...No Harm, no foul. I won't speak of it again. Was only trying to inform and help. ) )
     
  8. BackAtIt

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    If it's any consolation, I didn't see anything wrong with your OP...I also agree with your logic in regards to making your own. ..Peace, brah! !!...
     
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  10. Nat C.

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    Hit it square on the head...You're more likely to get tangled up in an investigation if someone is under surveillance, and I'm sure in 4 years there were lots of photos of people and car tags to run a background check on that would have rather declined. That's pretty easy pickings for the Feds...Snag ,tag, and there's the informant or a few. Guy must have been solid though, surely they must have tried that route and no one would agree to testify or more. It only takes two people to take the stand against you to convict you on a conspiracy charge...And lot's of times one or both fabricated facts. I hate it for the guy, but that easy monty will get you every time sooner or later!
     
  11. Nat C.

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    Hit it square on the head...You're more likely to get tangled up in an investigation if someone is under surveillance, and I'm sure in 4 years there were lots of photos of people and car tags to run a background check on that would have rather declined. That's pretty easy pickings for the Feds...Snag ,tag, and there's the informant or a few. Guy must have been solid though, surely they must have tried that route and no one would agree to testify or more. It only takes two people to take the stand against you to convict you on a conspiracy charge...And lot's of times one or both fabricated facts. I hate it for the guy, but that easy money will get you every time sooner or later!
     
  12. Nat C.

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