Discussion in 'Community' started by DantheJedi, Feb 13, 2013.
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My county has had 3 known, so far.
The first comment on that page is GOLD.
2 in my county, but I would have expected more.
Chances are most of us do.
Apparently, Kalamazoo County is the meth capital of Michigan, with 300+ labs. Wayne County, where Detroit is, only has 1.
7 in mine. Hopefully not in my neighborhood.
90-something. Not surprised at all.
In b4 Breaking Bad reference
Bow down before Tulsa, Oklahoma. Is there a positive correlation between number of meth labs and a city's rank on the country's "most boring places to live?"
Yeah, I figured there'd be more around Detroit as well. I guess meth really is a redneck white trash thing.
One of my neighbors yards smells like cat urine. Does that count?
Or maybe it's just the cats.
I live in Albuquerque. Go figure.
45. Well, I guess I know what I need to do.
I am definitely moving to Tulsa.
Well, they gotta do something out there!
The sheriffs department in the town I live in posted on their FB last week that they found pieces and supplies for a meth lab on the side of the road. They eventually were able to locate the owners and arrest them.
The county I live in is totally light blue. I better invest in a case of fire extinguishers.
i live inside 15 meth labs.
Like a meth lab in a meth lab in a meth lab?
yes! exactly like that!
Only 18 for me. Which is surprising....I would have expected that thing to glow blue like a sale at K-Mart.
Jackson County, MO used to be the reigning champ in the country with over a thousand but now they are down to just 103 and Tulsa seems to have taken the crown. LA County by comparison only has 94.
235 actually sounds a little low for Kanawha County, WV.
i just discovered i live near three math labs.
I'm surprised the number for L.A. County is so low.
anyone else hone right in on harlan county, ky? zero hits. i call shinanigans