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Delores 5 month s ago
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Well then if it was crack the rest of the inspector's work day would go much easier, for them...
       
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Stephen 5 month s ago
Delores,

crack doesn't look like salt. hard to confuse the two.
       
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Tim 5 month s ago
I live in Paraguay and our currency isn't worth much. And years ago my grandma from Germany came to visit and she decided to take some almidon (starch used for backing)back with her. A fine white powder in clear plastic bags with price tags in the thousands let's just say the inspectors in Germany were not pleased.
Another time my parents flew to Germany and had some smoked meat and Salami in their luggage and got tracked down by airport security because the drug dog went nuts.
       
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Sigfired 5 month s ago
I find it funny how easy we accustomed to allow strangers to check our belongings in the name of "safety" and "terrorist attacks". We even thank them...
       
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Reginald 4 month s ago
Disband TSA. Problem solved.
       
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Barnabas 4 month s ago
#10. Torchys s#cks.
Del Taco is better.
       
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