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Started by Pragmatist Voter. Last reply by Rick Burnett Oct 2, 2014.
Started by john kennedy opiyo. Last reply by Bryanderthal Sep 4, 2013.
Started by sk8eycat Jun 1, 2012.
I <3 Humbolt too! Especially the crops... ;)
I LOVE Humbolt! perfect weather for me, also really dig the colllege there... only been once.
Hello everybody, I hail from Humboldt County! How is everyone?
Heh... I live in Sac now... (and her name is Tracie - it's upside down) ;)
lol (cant begin to spell youre name) yeah Modesto is also known for a bunch of famouse homicides, Recently we ranked #16 (I think) on Forb's "most miserable cities, Stocton and Sacramento topped it and this is IN the country lol Bryanderthal, yeah it's a giant gouvernment Ponzi scheme-drug dealers aren't the only ones making money (but that's a discussion for a diferent thread lol)
Aside from the fact that I have had a relative living there recently, what comes to mind most when *I* hear the name 'Modesto' is Scott Peterson.
I lived in Tracy when I was considering the job in Modesto. Basically it was meth from Fresno and Ecstasy and Acid from San Fransisco with different strains of Marijuana trading places from north to south. I agree 100% about prohibition David. Looking back now, I'm so glad I never took that job.
well I haven't witnessed any more trafficking here any more than other valley cities...But prohibition invites crime anyway.
I heard that about Modesto and Tracy. I think one reason Meth may have been big there is the same reason it was big where I used to live in NE Oregon - Farms and easy access to anhydrous ammonia along
lol, no. Was not a good thing. About 12 years ago, or so, I almost took a job with Modesto PD, Narcotics, as Modesto was the drug trafficking capitol of N. California. ;P
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