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Wisdom from a Eastern Washington Farmer

KJ and I are on the return leg of a week exploring the wilds of Washington and British Columbia. On the first day out, driving west along the back roads of eastern Washington, we stumbled upon this field. The truck here really is bogged down in dried mud. I’ve no idea what the story is, but the image was irresistible.

Dont Get Bogged Down with Meth

Don't Get Bogged Down with Meth

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  1. Brian says

    From Harper’s Weekly:

    Oklahoma methamphetamine addicts discovered a new method–”shake and-bake”–for making meth quickly in a soda bottle. “If there is any oxygen at all in the bottle, it has a propensity to make a giant fireball,” said a Missouri police sergeant. “You’re not dealing with rocket scientists here anyway.”

    The U.S. Forest Service warned campers to look out for marijuana growers, who can be identified by “tortilla packaging, beer cans, Spam, tuna, Tecate beer cans,” and the sound of Spanish music. “When I go camping,” said an immigrant-rights activist, “I’ll be sure to play nothing but Bruce Springsteen.”

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