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December 29, 2011


COEUR d'ALENE, Idaho — A Washington state man faces felony marijuana trafficking charges after an officer found 3.3 pounds of marijuana wrapped up as Christmas gifts during a traffic stop in northern Idaho.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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Maybe the sweaters were made of hemp?

Now just wait a minute, didn't one of the wise men come bearing the gift of Acapulco Gold?

Don't these crooks know how to lie? I would have looked at the open packages and then demanded that the officers find my missing sweaters. I would also have told them how many hours I spent at Macy's and Old Navy picking out those sweaters. And did they appreciate it? No. Sorry, I am currently under the influence of cold medicine.

Feel better, cindy!

In college, a friend's father asked me to bring him A WHOLE CASE of fine whiskey to give out as presents for Christmas. I had to go into "dry" territory where the cops would be on the lookout.
The case was transported as wrapped gifts and was safely delivered.
I was hoping for a bottle as a tip but he paid for the whiskey and for the parking meter in front of his store.
I didn't make a nickel on the deal.
That was my last effort at smuggling.
Except for that time in Canada...

Damnit! I was about to send this story in with the headline "Caveman from Geico commercial caught smuggling drugs". :P Check out the mug shot: http://www.krem.com/news/local/Wash-man-caught-with-pot-filled-holiday-gifts-in-CDA-136386293.html

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