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Drug Dealers: We need to talk

July 12, 2019

I think there is a good chance I would have been a drug dealer if I had been born into a different situation.

Drug dealers are ambitious, driven and like the action. That's me.

And honestly, that's the American culture. Get money at any cost.

  • We had slaves because it made more money.
  • We have billionaires running companies that pay their employees so little they have to get food stamps.
  • Huge companies pay no taxes because they have great accountants.
  • And of course, "legitimate" drug companies flooded the market with endless opiates and now sell those people Suboxone they are supposed to take the rest of their lives.

It's not difficult to see that the game in America is to make money. So, I get it.

The hypocrisy of America is glaring and embarrassing. The rich get richer and the poor get fucked for doing the same thing.

I've wanted to talk to you in this format for some time. But the time wasn't right. Until now. I want to be clear about where I stand.

First, your business is your business. There is great risk selling drugs. But the market is there. If you don't sell the drugs someone else will. Chances are, you are going to get caught eventually and face a lot of jail time. You probably have friends in jail right now for selling pot while it is being legalized to sell all over the world.

As long as people aren't buying and selling drugs on my properties, my belief is to live and let live.

Second, putting Fentanyl in EVERY. SINGLE. DRUG. seems like totally bad business to me. It pisses off your customers (I know because they tell me). And it puts you at risk for being a murderer. Maybe you know something I don't. But, from my perspective, lacing coke and pot and meth with Fentanyl just seems like a bad business move. If I was dealing drugs, which I'm not, my market position would be that my drugs are clean. I think I could beat your business on that position alone.

I know people are dying because Fentanyl is in every drug imaginable. But this isn't really my agenda. I kind of see it as a "buyer beware" scenario. Street drugs suck right now. If I was doing drugs, and I'm not, the only drug I'd be doing is legalized marijuana.

The street market is fucked up.

You guys are fucking yourselves with this shitty product and handing all the business over to the rich corporate guys. Legal pot is going to be everywhere in the next 5-10 years and you are going to be out in the cold because your pot is laced with Fentanyl. I feel a little bad that the little guy is going to, yet again, be pushed out by the big corporations. But I only feel a little bad. Your product sucks. The Starbucks of pot is coming for you and you are going to be out of business. Their product will be consistent and affordable and, most importantly, safe.

Third, the violence. This is where I draw the line.

I don't blame you for selling drugs. Maybe you can't get pure product and that's why you are stuck with this Fentanyl laced shit. But brutally beating and shooting people is uncalled for.

Over the years I have seen some of you beat, rape and sodomize the weak, the mentally deficient and the elderly. It infuriates me. I guess I could see if you had some turf war with another drug dealer and you needed to take matters into your own hands. I also understand if someone steals from you. But brutalizing your clientele for no other reason than they made you mad just doesn't sit right with me.

I'm telling you this right now: I will turn you in every time I see you fucking up these people. It's a bitch move. It has nothing to do with being the big man on the block. It has nothing to do with running a business. It is bullshit, plain and simple.

When I see you doing this shit it doesn't make me think you are cool or strong and someone to be respected. I just see you as a maniac that needs to go to jail. I'm not going to sit by and watch you do this shit.

Not only is it terrible business, it is unnecessarily cruel. No one deserves to be beaten by your hand because you got a little upset.

Grow up and be a professional.

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