so if they confiscated it could i be charged with anything? it looks like a bong about as much as every water pipe that is being sold in smokeshops
well actually i'm not worried about getting it back, it's only 20 pcs, but...
should i clean house?? is that enough to get a warrant?
and i want to import more, is this a bad idea? because there is lots of profit that losing a few here and there wont matter.
ok i should clean it up..
as for importing more, is there any possible way to make this work? im looking at 200k profit a year if there is some way to make this legitamate.
if not i'll just stop it outwright, becuase it's not worth it
sorry if im being a pest... but even if they got a search warrant and found a clean house, what would be the harm in that?
also, i didn't know smokeshops would get forced out by authorities, in the 10+ years i've lived in my town, i have never seen any shut down, only seen new ones go into business
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