Coconuts Filled Marijuana
Awhile back Pamela Geller dubbed me the Ernie Kovacs of blogging. I’m not sure if it was a compliment or not, but I was certainly proud.
She gets a kick out of the fact that I’m always looking for some odd angle, or something to exploit – like when I realized the sidebar widget said the name of the commenter followed by “on” and then the name of the post. I would name a post “Hillary Clinton’s Face” and readers would change their name to, for example, Camel With Festering Ass Sitting. This would result in the sidebar widget saying Camel With Festering Ass Sitting On Hillary Clinton’s Face.
Silly, right? Good times.
The other night we were talking about each other’s sites and we were looking at some analytics. We were discussing keywords. Hers were standard – some variations on her name, Jihad, and Islam.
I said, “We never have normal keywords. Look at this, this one says…
Feds find half ton of marijuana hidden in coconut shipment at US-Mexico border
PHARR, Texas — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials discovered more than 1,400 pounds of marijuana hidden within a commercial shipment of coconuts in Texas.
Officers assigned to the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility at the United States-Mexico border encountered a large semitrailer with coconuts from Mexico on Monday.
The truck was investigated using non-intrusive imaging inspection and a canine team.
Upon investigating, officers discovered a total of 2,486 packages of concealed marijuana inside of the coconuts.
“Our officers’ ability to use all available resources combined with their experience has resulted in numerous discoveries of narcotics,” said Port Director Efrain Solis Jr.
The drugs which were valued at approximately $285,000.
The case is under investigation.