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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Mitch86, Jan 25, 2017.
smart people dont actually drag this conversation out
cops not looking good today
1. You're broke and don't have a supplier. A friend lets you know he will give you ______ to get rid of it for him.
Out of nowhere, you went from no money or supplier to a guy fronting you what you need, and you make your own money
The only difference for "selling for someone" is that you don't have the money up front so they give it to you then you owe them for it.
Middle men are a necessity. You don't buy a 50 pounds to sell it by the gram.
Plenty of pieces of that pie
2. Users. They sell. Supply them for a job well done.
Adults don't drag out 1000 pound squat high school stories either
Im not running from my accomplishments no matter what you say
Cool, I'm 100% positive you can squat more than me now or in high school so I'm good.
This is plain sad. Dude played at least 3-4 years in the NFL no? Really should have made enough money.
Ugh, this is just sad. Come on man.
Is he still playing in the CFL?
Not doing too bad, either. All things considered.
I know how drugs and drug dealing works. In most cases, the dealer is always "selling for someone" since someone higher up is always making money off of what another person is dealing.
My original point was, people don't sell drugs and then give the profit to someone else, I.e- selling for someone else. If you're selling drugs, you're a drug dealer and you're doing it for your own benefit.
Or to support your own habit.