question about flipping oz

SG420

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so my buddy is going to be shipping me an oz of medical for $160. (he gets AWESOME deals) he knows i can sell it for like double in my state and make 320 off that oz he wants to help me out financially. im a newb and was wondering if i should sell by the gram, eigth, quarter, half oz, or sell the whole oz? what do you guys recommend and why? id also like to state that i am not planning on selling pounds or anything really serious for fear of getting caught. just maybe getting rid of an oz twice a month. i want to keep my selling to a minimum. nothing major. i just like the idea of having a few extra hundred dollars in my pocket a month. thanks for any replies!
 
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promedz

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My advice is solid... keep your business to yourself not your sister or this website! Advice or not it’s your dicision but letting anyone else know how your getting it is kinda crazy.. then again edited three times by the way I got some good bud lol... it’s only a zip soon enough it will be legal to send across.. and it’s better than most that are sending packs to the east coast from the west!
 

Lucky Luke

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so my buddy is going to be shipping me an oz of medical for $160. (he gets AWESOME deals) he knows i can sell it for like double in my state and make 320 off that oz he wants to help me out financially. im a newb and was wondering if i should sell by the gram, eigth, quarter, half oz, or sell the whole oz? what do you guys recommend and why? id also like to state that i am not planning on selling pounds or anything really serious for fear of getting caught. just maybe getting rid of an oz twice a month. i want to keep my selling to a minimum. nothing major. i just like the idea of having a few extra hundred dollars in my pocket a month. thanks for any replies!
First off your mate is not "helping you financially". He is selling you a product and would be making something for his troubles. (and that's OK).
If you can make $160 on a flip. Do that. Much better than mucking around with lots of people.
Weigh everything (without bag/s), if over keep ya mouth shut. If under (even by 1/2 a gram) scream blue murder.
Don't do credit.
Don't do credit.
Don't do credit.
Don't smoke it yourself.
Invest in oven bags for the transporting of.
 
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curious2garden

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so my buddy is going to be shipping me an oz of medical for $160. (he gets AWESOME deals) he knows i can sell it for like double in my state and make 320 off that oz he wants to help me out financially. im a newb and was wondering if i should sell by the gram, eigth, quarter, half oz, or sell the whole oz? what do you guys recommend and why? id also like to state that i am not planning on selling pounds or anything really serious for fear of getting caught. just maybe getting rid of an oz twice a month. i want to keep my selling to a minimum. nothing major. i just like the idea of having a few extra hundred dollars in my pocket a month. thanks for any replies!
You are so far down the food chain this will not benefit you, everything you own belongs to your defense attorney.
 

Lucky Luke

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What I would do is, I would break it down into grams and take them down to the local VA, where I would pass them out to any disabled vet, free of charge since they have already paid more than you will ever know. But hey, you do you I guess.
They chose to join and do a job, they don't need pity and hand outs. They get a good pension. My dad was in Vietnam and is on around $1400 a fortnight.
 

Lucky Luke

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Not many ppl, vets or not, turn down free killer bud. You need an attitude adjustment, Luke.

defensive AF.
Defensive? lol. No idea where you got that.
Attitude adjustment? Sure do! I'm old, sore and cranky. Pity is something I don't do or have time for and is insulting to the people just getting the job done with no complaints.
What vets need is not "thank you for your service" or hand outs. What they need is simple understanding, retraining and easy access to mental support without any stigmas attached to it.
 
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primobozo

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Defensive? lol. No idea where you got that.
Attitude adjustment? Sure do! I'm old, sore and cranky. Pity is something I don't do or have time for and is insulting to the people just getting the job done with no complaints.
What vets need is not "thank you for your service" or hand outs. What they need is simple understanding, retraining and easy access to mental support without any stigmas attached to it.
Would you like me to send you a gram?
Might just ease your mind, help you enjoy your life more, thank you for speaking up for all veterans, and letting the world know what it is they need. Did you serve?
Or just your dad?
 

Lucky Luke

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Would you like me to send you a gram?
Might just ease your mind, help you enjoy your life more, thank you for speaking up for all veterans, and letting the world know what it is they need. Did you serve?
Or just your dad?
No thanks, I have plenty and get offered plenty.
No I haven't served but my dad did, at least two uncles on my fathers side did. Both my Grand Fathers and a Great Uncle did (he died at Gallipoli). At least one Great Grand farther did (I believe he died at The Somme). . etc etc.
My work brings me into contact with vets most weeks. They have some stories to tell.. A fav client died about this time last year. He was one of the guards who guarded Rudolf Hess in the Tower of London along with serving in the forgotten Malayan campaign. Still see his widow every so often.
 
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primobozo

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No thanks, I have plenty and get offered plenty.
No I haven't served but my dad did, at least two uncles on my fathers side did. Both my Grand Fathers and a Great Uncle did (he died at Gallipoli). At least one Great Grand farther did (I believe he died at The Somme). . etc etc.
My work brings me into contact with vets most weeks. They have some stories to tell.. A fav client died about this time last year. He was one of the guards who guarded Rudolf Hess in the Tower of London along with serving in the forgotten Malayan campaign. Still see his widow every so often.
Well, you got things twisted, I think. A showing of appreciation, is a far cry from pity. I was actually just being hypothetical about the OP's thoughts. I am one of those guys that would gift it, over selling it. I may have used disabled veterans as an example, but any other person who is in need, but that's just me. I don't believe in handouts, just handups. If someone could use help, and I can give it, that's called good humanity. Something all of us should practice in our daily lives. There is no shame in asking for help, instead, shame comes from refusing help when asked.
 

Lucky Luke

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Well, you got things twisted, I think. A showing of appreciation, is a far cry from pity. I was actually just being hypothetical about the OP's thoughts. I am one of those guys that would gift it, over selling it. I may have used disabled veterans as an example, but any other person who is in need, but that's just me. I don't believe in handouts, just handups. If someone could use help, and I can give it, that's called good humanity. Something all of us should practice in our daily lives. There is no shame in asking for help, instead, shame comes from refusing help when asked.
and I was mealy saying that they can afford to pay for it. which would help the OP out. Win/win.
 

Roger A. Shrubber

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Defensive? lol. No idea where you got that.
Attitude adjustment? Sure do! I'm old, sore and cranky. Pity is something I don't do or have time for and is insulting to the people just getting the job done with no complaints.
What vets need is not "thank you for your service" or hand outs. What they need is simple understanding, retraining and easy access to mental support without any stigmas attached to it.
i don't like the whole "thank you for your service" thing. i don't think most people are sincere, what they should be saying is "thank you for risking your life so i can sit here on my fat ass being a hypocrite and ignoring you and your problems now."
 
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