Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Sure The Stock Market Is Rigged But Investing The 3 Million You Won Off A Scratch Off Ticket In A Metamphetamine Ring Isn't Such A Smart Move Pal.

Some people kids, I swear.

$3M lottery winner invested money in crystal meth ring



A man who won $3 million on a scratch-off lottery game last year in Waycross, Georgia, invested all of his winnings in a crystal meth trafficking ring, federal prosecutors say.
Ronnie Music, Jr, 45, plead guilty to federal drug trafficking and firearm charges during a plea hearing last week. Evidence presented in the case suggested Music worked with a group to gain access to and distribute methamphetamine throughout Georgia.

The words fucking moron come to mind.

5 comments:

  1. In my best "BugsBunny" voice.

    What a maroon!

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  2. More than enough cash to live comfortably the rest of his life !
    Greed, is a disease which afflicts almost all...
    Why ?

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  3. a modern idiot

    Wildflower

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  4. I think "fucking moron" is too weak for this guy.

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    1. I'm of the opinion that "Dead Fucking Moron" should be the actual descriptor of this particular fucking moron.

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