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February 23, 2021

BARGAIN HUNTERS OF THE WEEK SO FAR

Parents who bought a toy for their daughter from an El Mirage, Arizona, thrift store found more than 5,000 fentanyl pill inside, the Phoenix Police Department said.

A woman went to buy a crochet kit to make animal hats and ended up with a kilogram of cocaine instead, Seattle police say.

(Thanks to Kevin Smith)

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https://youtu.be/JprwQMXiuU0

A somewhat ditsy but sweet friend opened her bag of salt potatoes and found a package of a white substance that she thought was drugs and so she hid it in her garbage.
Evidently she had never bought salt potatoes before.
(it was salt).

PETER! You've been sleeping on the job again!

Now that's some EARLY Family Guy. We're talking thick outlines and Lacey Chabert.

So are we supposed to believe that the woman WASN'T a coke head BEFORE she thought crocheting animal hats was a good idea?

Now if the parents get arrested remarketing the fentanyl, they can claim they were just providing for their child's college tuition fund.

At $20K, the crafter could have a lot of skein in the game.

Seattle soon to be overrun by excited animals of all types with only this in common...they all have cold heads.

@ maryqos - LOL! ^ ^

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