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Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 5:31 pm
by rogfulton
Full article at Lowering the Bar

In August, Jerry Wayne Willis is alleged to have sold meth to an informant. The reporter for the local paper reported the claim but Lowering the Bar thinks Willis may have been talking about his Straw Man.

Edited to add that the article mentions his conviction and attempt to abscond.

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 6:11 pm
by Burnaby49

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 6:47 pm
by NYGman

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Reminds me of the Bowie song Starman... altered slightly...

There's a Strawman waiting in the court
He'd like to come and be us
But he thinks he'd blow our claim
There's a starman waiting in the court
He's told us not to blow it
Cause he knows it's all worthwhile

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:31 am
by The Observer
At least give him some credit for being honest. I am sure that notorial dissent would agree that in terms of intelligence, he is probably as smart as some kinds of agricultural products.

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:54 pm
by TheNewSaint
I still say the court should have rules in his favor, and then mulched him.

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:17 pm
by bmxninja357
Im currently at work in the fertilizer game delivering nh3 (anhydrous ammonia) to farms. It frequently used to make meth. Its how they made the blue meth on breaking bad.

So there is a chance part of the meth was at one time an agricultural product. And it might just be how he came up with such an idea. But thats pure speculation.

If your bored there is many vids on stealing it. The idiocy never ends. Remember it boils at roughly -37c is almost as cold as liquid nitrogen and if you breathe it...... well your going to have a bad time.

In short meth often at some point was in fact an agricultural product.

Peace ninj

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:13 am
by eric
bmxninja357 wrote:Im currently at work in the fertilizer game delivering nh3 (anhydrous ammonia) to farms. It frequently used to make meth. Its how they made the blue meth on breaking bad.
If your bored there is many vids on stealing it. The idiocy never ends. Remember it boils at roughly -37c is almost as cold as liquid nitrogen and if you breathe it...... well your going to have a bad time.

Been there, done that. Back in the old days an anhydrous leak was dealt with by fire fighters wearing normal turn out gear with all the seams duct-taped and working under a water mist. I can tell you from experience that approach doesn't work, in fact it's very painful. Guess I had a bad attitude as a firefighter - it's pissing down snow and rain which kills the vapor, we're far out in the country, and sooner or later the faulty pressure relief valve would reset on its own. Besides the driver didn't just evacuate to a safe location, he was literally no where to be found.

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 1:48 am
by bmxninja357
Im rescue trained on this. Yeah. We had the "always ready emergency responders" refuse to come within a mile. I have had to pump off rollovers both trucks and wagons. Guess im the only nut on the team.

"With out the threat of death theres no reason to live at all"-marylyn manson

Peace
Ninj

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:29 am
by Thule
The Observer wrote:At least give him some credit for being honest. I am sure that notorial dissent would agree that in terms of intelligence, he is probably as smart as some kinds of agricultural products.


Hey! I know some very smart cauliflowers.

Re: Judge rejects claim sovcit is "agricultural product"

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:38 pm
by Dr. Caligari
I think he's more like an agricultural by-product.