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Old 10-10-2012, 09:04 AM   #15
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Since the camp name wasn't mentioned I did a google on the story. Searching for RV meth lab gets a bunch of results. Guess we all better be careful about who we park next to.
There were some out-of-towners (actually, out of staters) that were found at an country/back roads intersection a county over. One was burned in a ditch, the other was walking aimlessly in a circle, also burned. There was a partial SUV in the road, with pieces scattered all around. Apparently, they were driving around in a mobile meth lab..

These peeps can make it anywhere, and it just might be in the car next to you on the highway
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There were some out-of-towners (actually, out of staters) that were found at an country/back roads intersection a county over. One was burned in a ditch, the other was walking aimlessly in a circle, also burned. There was a partial SUV in the road, with pieces scattered all around. Apparently, they were driving around in a mobile meth lab..

These peeps can make it anywhere, and it just might be in the car next to you on the highway
It sounds like some more peeps just out to prove Darwin's theory.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:29 PM   #17
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Wow,, Never even thought of someone doing this in a RV or even in a RV park,,
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Might be Walter and Jesse (early seasons of Breaking Bad on AMC).
I hope Walter made enough money in later episodes to purchase a good pair of boxers. When you get caught with your pants down you don't want to be wearing briefs.
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