I really can’t offer much in the way of advice to aspiring drug dealers, as that is never a field that really interested me. The one piece of advice I would offer would be not to advertise your illegal job on your shirt. As long as you don’t do that, you’ll stand a better chance at blending in.
A man by the name of John Balmer apparently never asked me for that advice, for if he had, it may have spared him the great embarrassment of being arrested for drugs at a K-Mart in Pasco County, Florida, while wearing a shirt that pointed that exact thing out:
When he was arrested at a Kmart in Hudson on Monday, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said, Balmer, 50, had on a black shirt. Across the chest it said “Who needs drugs?”….Below that it said: “No, seriously, I have drugs.”
And, the sheriff said, he had drugs.
The best part is he was standing in line, a cop walked by, and he whipped out a baggy and tried to make the person behind him in line take it. The shirt isn’t what nabbed him. His own “freak out” when he saw the cop is that did him in. The shirt (and that act) are simply reminders that there are some people who are just NOT good at their job, legal or not.