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There's a relatively new "shake 'n bake" method that does not require external heat. You mix up the ingredients (some of which are nitrate, lighter fluid and, believe it or not, the magnesium guts from a AA battery) in a 2 or 3 liter bottle and let it do its thing. Common practice here in the STL is for "back pack bikers" to carry the "lab" strapped to their backs. Where there's a will, there's a way but that's ONE monkey I'm glad I ducked. =) Respects
lab on motorcycle ?
Posted by vbritt on
5/11/2012 12:26 PM
i do not know anything about meth labs but on a motorcycle? must have been a real small meth lab.
it figures in mo. as they tried to get seat belts required for motorcycles a few years back. this can be a wierd state at times and i am betting the politicians here do not have a clue. oh yeah they require a helmet off of a list supplied by the state but have no list? mo. also does not require eye protection while riding a motorcycle. strange state to say the least. politicians with no common sense i would say.
Lets see now
Posted by badman on
5/11/2012 1:25 AM
He was riding a motorcycle and didn't stop for a seatbelt check? Hmmm, I think I'm guilty of that myself.