The 1960s high schoolers who started a major pot smuggling empire


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For me, this begs the same question that I might ask Investment Bankers: at what point do you really keep doing it for the money? I mean, if you have $2M in cash/gold/etc. in hand, free and clear, more than enough to live a lifetime on, why risk losing it all plus your freedom? Why not find a legit business or explore a risky hobby? This, this is my question.


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who wrote the "Argo" story for Wired that was turned into a terrific movie

As long you know that the Argo movie was a work of propagandistic fiction, it was a fine movie.



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word on the street is clooney might be playing the spanish teacher.
http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/Apr/29/george-clooney-coronado-high-drug-smuggling/


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Selling is more of a habit than using.
-William S. Burroughs


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Wait, did I read that right?

"The story is an epic tale about a group of friends from Coronado High in the 1960s who started the first major pot smuggling empire, with the help of their former Spanish teacher Walter White"


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Yeah. The jingoism of that flag-waving fest literally sickened me.


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It's only $1.99 right now for the Kindle.


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