a blog by Big Red
We are seeing more and more of this each year. Stupid people are tweeting and posting about drugs on social media, and cops are now using it to take them down, or at least threaten them. Click read more to see what I'm talking about.
Fox 4 News - SARASOTA, Fla. - If you're looking to find drugs, it may not be the smartest move to tweet about it.
The Sarasota police department spotted a call for drugs by a Twitter user asking, "Who's in Sarasota and has weed?
All joking aside, officers said drugs are no laughing matter. "It does have a serious message. We did the hashtag 'Say No to Drugs,' and we want folks to know that even though this is a little bit of a joke, it is a good reminder that you shouldn't be dealing in stuff like that," said Genevieve Judge, Sarasota police spokeswoman.
Sarasota police monitor all of their social media platforms closely, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
So this is bullshit. I thought cops had no idea what social media is, but I guess as Bob Dylan would say, "The times they are a changing". I can't believe they would tweet that shit at this guy. However knowing that this happened in Florida, there's about a 60% chance this guy actually went to the police station looking for weed.
For the record, weed is not a drug. The fact that they are even trying to police people who tweet about weed is ridiculous. There are so many other horrible things going on in this world, and it seems ridiculous that police are wasting millions of dollars trying to police this shit.
NFL players are trying to get it legalized because it is one of the best stress relievers and body relaxants they have after games. Obviously after Laremy Tunsil and his gas mask bong incident, we have some sort of confirmation that at least 30% of pro and college athletes are smoking pot. Even Klay Thompson got suspended in college for smoking weed. The very next game Klay dropped 43 points.
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