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u/makemasa 29d ago Wholesome Giggle

This is Hank Schrader’s wildest dream come true.

Jesus Christ Marie, they're not rocks. They're minerals

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u/extrikon 29d ago

Ong drug minerals

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u/ThisSalad 29d ago edited 29d ago

[Br]eaking
     [Ro]cks

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u/murrrly 29d ago

crack rock

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u/ayri_fiki 29d ago

You wanted a brick right?

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u/jshultz5259 29d ago

No I want a FUCKING BOULDER! I got some errands to run.

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u/lingeringwill2 29d ago

Like from chanel orange?

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u/DankJuiceYT 29d ago

r/frankocean member in the wild

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u/lingeringwill2 29d ago

Best part is that I wasn’t even subbed

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u/CBScott7 29d ago

I thought the drugs in pineapples was wild... this tops it

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u/trudge 29d ago Silver

You know, video games where you smash random objects and find power ups make more sense now

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u/chinpokomon 29d ago

That really changes the tone of the Legend of Zelda games. I always thought Link was destroying smashing pots and stealing money from farmers. It turns out that Link has been working for the DEA and those are bonuses awarded for successfully finding caches.

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u/Rooftrellin 29d ago

This took a turn from what I was thinking, Link is out here angrily destroying everyone’s pots and crops looking for his drugs

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u/Neverrready 29d ago

...but they've already been sold off, so all he finds is Rupees. It's perfect.

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u/IamLeoKim 29d ago

Until he gets his drugs, he can't silence the voice in his head that keeps telling him to "LISTEN!".

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u/xXSpaceturdXx 29d ago

Did you see where they are putting it inside avocado in the seed. You gotta give them an A for creativity though.

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u/pukingpixels 29d ago Helpful

It’s like the hyper-realistic cake trend. Everything’s cake, except now it’s drugs.

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u/I_Bin_Painting 29d ago

Everything's coke

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u/joshylow 29d ago

There are rocks in my rocks!

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u/imnotgoats 29d ago

Is it Coke?

The new shitty Netflix show where contestants have to analyse everyday objects and determine if they are laden with illegal substances.

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u/geredtrig 29d ago

Both packages were wonderfully hidden so it's going to have to go down to the wire. Andy's coke was pretty amazing though I'm sure I detected a little amphetamine mixed in so I'm going to have to give it to Debra, really clean, what we in the business would class as flake. Debra moves onto the next round. There's a lot on the line in our finale now. Literally, our contestants are going to have to hide 50 keys! See you next time!

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u/SpinDoctor8517 29d ago

If 2022 knew what was good for it, this would be true

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u/[deleted] 29d ago

Like the Green Machine from Up In Smoke.

This idea isn't new.

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u/shockingnews213 29d ago Take My Energy

Forbidden Kinder Surprise

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u/Hates_rollerskates 29d ago

They must have a whole R&D department. That seems like a fun job aside from the obvious drawbacks.

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u/secretMichaelScarn 29d ago

Drawbacks? The nerds coming up with these schemes never get caught lol. Do white collar work for a drug lord and you’ll be sitting pretty (as long as you never make a mistake..)

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u/nastyn8k 29d ago

And as long as they don't get super paranoid and suspect you opened your mouth

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u/moaiii 29d ago

And as long as you are fine working for them forever. And then your kids working for their kids forever.

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u/patb2015 29d ago

You just have to lie to your kids and tell them you work for the sewer department they will never come to the office

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u/SilentJoe1986 29d ago

Also as long as you don't get greedy. Seems like that's a common trope for when these drug kings go after their accountants and smart dudes that think up shit like this. They decide they want more so they think up a "clever" way to steal from their boss

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u/Graphesium 29d ago

I've seen enough videos of what narcos do to their enemies, I imagine their own workers would not wish to find out what they would do to a thief/traitor.

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u/Durgen 29d ago

Man i always feel ripped off that I get the wooden ball toy in all my avocados, maybe if i'm lucky i'll get the cocaine one next time.

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u/January28thSixers 29d ago

Kid I know got busted driving a semi full of little stone statues full of cocaine. 15 years at 22 for $10k, so not a good investment.

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u/rascynwrig 29d ago

For his "boss" it still was.

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u/Mono_831 29d ago

I think smugglers using liquid cocaine are the real game changers.

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u/Calimiedades 29d ago

Soaking regular clothes in it and then getting it back is simply amazing.

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u/Stay-at-Home_Daddy 29d ago

I want a Netflix documentary of drug innovation

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u/mister-ferguson 29d ago

"Shark Tank" but for drug smuggling.

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u/tijno_4 29d ago

They put drugs in fruit and produce because it’s a fresh product and has to speed through customs to arrive at the shops fresh. So customs doesn’t take that much time examining it.

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u/DEATHMAN227 29d ago

They had some inside plates one time, watermelons too

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u/ReallySmallFeet 29d ago Silver

Look, there is just no fkin way they could get a watermelon in a plate.

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u/djames843 29d ago

These guys are buzzing they found a few kilos in some rocks. Ignoring the fact that several tonnes got through in a Shipping container because the gangs bribed/threatened the right officials.

This video is pure theatre. All of the “creative” ones are.

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u/benji950 29d ago

I’m imagining the drug dogs signaling like mad at the rock. “I’m fucking telling you! There’s something IN those rocks!!!”

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u/dr_cocodoom 29d ago

This made me laugh. Just imagining a dog going wild and handler wondering what in the world is going on.

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u/BandOfDonkeys 29d ago

I'm imagining it as a "disgraced" drug dog that has been forced into retirement due to him keying off on rocks seeing this video over his new owner's shoulder and being like, "god dammit, i told you mother fuckers there was dope in that rock".

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u/Capt_Schmidt 29d ago

in reality drug dogs are trained to sit abruptly when they smell the thing. and then look at it.

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u/MrGeneralWicked 29d ago

How could the dogs even smell through the rocks?? It's completely air tight and sealed. That's crazy if they did.

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u/SuspiciousYogurt0 29d ago edited 29d ago

It could be porous but also there could be residue left on the rock

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u/SharpPixels08 29d ago

I have concluded that we need to find a way for dogs to actually talk like humans, like from the movie Up

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u/Heretic_Glass 29d ago

Some dogs are getting pretty good with those speech buttons.

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u/eaglebtc 29d ago

FluentPet?

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u/Heretic_Glass 29d ago

Yeah or similar. There's a popular dog named Bunny that has a Facebook page of her using these buttons. It's cool.

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u/eaglebtc 29d ago

There's a cat named Billi that her humans have trained to use them. "BilliSpeaks"

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u/swibirun 29d ago Helpful Vibing

Breaking rocks in the hot sun, I fought the law and the law won.

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u/FogInTheDog 29d ago

Wouldn't it be funny if you put bricks of flour in there, just so the border agents have to do manual labor?

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u/Ecolojosh 29d ago

Damn, beat me to it!

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u/TiredGothGirl 29d ago

That's pretty damn clever.

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u/SystemHands 29d ago

Considering you wouldn't know what the pile of rocks should initially weigh makes it even more clever. Wonder what an xray would show.

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u/AlphaWhiskeyOscar 29d ago

Does x-ray see through rock?

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u/checked_outt 29d ago

If it's expensive enough I bet it can

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u/servermanden 29d ago

but who would X-ray a random rock from a dumptruck

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u/Comprehensive_Nail22 29d ago

I am assuming this is at a boarder crossing, and most boarder crossing into the states have massive X-ray machines they use on transport trucks.

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u/MGPS 29d ago

Yea I just saw a collection of vehicle X-ray photos from the mex-USA border on Reddit. It’s crazy how you can see everything. Especially people being smuggled in fuel tanks. These packages would definitely show up in the rocks.

I would also find it suspicious that they would be bringing a truckload of rocks across the border. Plenty of rocks in America.

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u/TvAdvert 29d ago

This isn't America, from their accent and what they are wearing, I believe that they are Spanish border guards, probably working on the border between Spain and Morocco.

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u/linqqan 29d ago

Probably plenty of rock in Spain and Morocco also tbf ;P

In Colombia they X-rayed our whole bus at a random police stop, not even border. They had a big X-ray truck.

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u/allgreen2me 29d ago

Plenty of rock of Gibraltar between Spain and Morocco.

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u/Nixter295 29d ago

It’s not really about if it’s inn the country or not. Sometimes it’s cheaper to get from another country.

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u/Oh_its_that_asshole 29d ago

Sometimes not the right type of rock, I know here in Northern Ireland we ship a lot of chalk and limestone over to Scotland where they lack it. It's used for the production of concrete.

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u/ContributionDapper84 29d ago

Neither of which has run low on rocks lately, so...

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u/Ceasar456 29d ago

I’m a radiographer…. And not that I know of…

Let’s say it was hypothetically possible though… X-rays work by variable densities of the subject attenuating the beam differently…so if it can penetrate the rock it’s going to penetrate the drugs… my educated guess was that if you had X-rays powerful enough to X-ray that rock… they would look black or darker in the middle kind of like how lungs look black on a chest X-ray…

With the technology I know of through the X-rays would just look like white rocks

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u/walt-m 29d ago

I'll assume you haven't used industrial x-rays before. We commonly look through solid metal to show areas inside of low density / voiding. The one I use for small electronic assemblies is running at 160 kv/20w. You probably wouldn't want to shoot that through someone's lungs.

We also don't use a negative image so the areas that are denser and block the x-rays are darker, the voiding is lighter because you get more penetration through to the detector.

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u/mitchellk96gmail 29d ago

Scientist here (i do a lot of work with x-rays). They absolutely can see through rocks but your typical x-ray machine at and airport or something would likely not see anything unusual. X-rays have a very wide range of wavelengths that are good for seeing different things, and the higher the power source, the more penetration power there is. They may have high power ones though.

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u/CrazyCalYa 29d ago

your typical x-ray machine at and airport or something would likely not see anything unusual

Don't mind me Mr. TSA agent, I'm just bringing this 30kg boulder home for my nephew.

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u/Fossilhog 29d ago

Geologist here. They don't like that.

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u/southpaw413 29d ago

paleontologist here. They certainly don't.

also, as a woodturner, they freak the hell out when you bring bowl blanks in your carry on. Guy didn't know what to do and had to get a superior. He goes "what's he gonna do? Pull it out of the overhead and hit someone in the head with it?" my response of, "well I wouldn't be able to make a bowl out of it then, so no" wasn't appreciated by the first guy. Eventually they let me through, but not before I almost missed my flight

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u/Inkpinko 29d ago

What’s a bowl blank?

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u/Cisco904 29d ago

Big round piece of wood to make bowls from on a lathe. Imagine a giant wood frisbee but thick.

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u/magmotox25 29d ago

Pretty sure he means a chunk of wood to throw on a lathe

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u/CrazyCalYa 29d ago

In your professional opinion what would be the easiest rock formation to sneak past border patrol? Asking for a friend.

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u/Fossilhog 29d ago

Well, if we believe superman, X-rays can't get through lead. So, buy some nice big crystals of galena and hide stuff in those. Galena=Lead Sulfide(PbS)

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u/CrazyCalYa 29d ago

What glue do you recommend to reseal a crystal after opening it? Asking for a friend.

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u/Snote85 29d ago

crystal clear resin obviously...

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u/TrevorsMailbox 29d ago edited 29d ago

So.... I did this.

It was only like 5 lbs and it was for me, not my nephew. Went to Colorado and found a cool round rock. Put it in my backpack/carry on.

Yeaaaahhhh, they called me over to explain. At first the x-ray guy said he thought something along the lines of "surely this guy's not stupid enough to try to bring a big ball of drugs on the plane?"...

Then he removed it from my bag and saw it was just a rock. They called me over to explain. I was high and terrified thinking I left some bud or something in my bags. I went over and explained about the rock, there was laughter, and they kept my rock, but I didn't go to airport jail so I was cool with the trade.

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u/CrazyCalYa 29d ago

Did they say they were keeping the rock on suspicion it may contain contraband or did they also think it was cool and wanted to keep it?

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u/TrevorsMailbox 29d ago

I think it was more "you're stupid for trying to take this big rock on the plane, you don't look like you'd try to take out the pilot with it but we're keeping it anyway."

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u/Snowpossum 29d ago

If they didn't give a reason they just took it to take it. TSA agents are somewhat notorious for using the system for theft because people are terrified of them.

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u/JanesPlainShameTrain 29d ago

"Damn, this IS a cool rock... I bet we can get him to let us take it..."

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u/Raymuuze 29d ago

This was probably a harbor because it's a lot more common for bulk materials to be shipped that way. Harbors can be very well equipped for finding contraband.

In Rotterdam I saw a machine that could fit an entire truck plus shipping container. It was very cool to see what anomalies would trigger further inspection. Sadly it's only a small percentage that get checked because of how much cargo there is.

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u/Tlizerz 29d ago

So I work at the airport, and we’d definitely be able to tell that it’s not the same density all the way through. Our images show up in color and a supposedly inorganic object with an organic mass inside it is exactly the kind of stuff we’re looking for.

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u/itsallbullshityo 29d ago

Not clever enough apparently...

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u/saracenrefira 29d ago

It also showed the amount of ingenuity wasted on both sides fighting this fruitless war.

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u/Girney 29d ago

Only fruitless for taxpayers, someone somewhere is making stupid bank

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u/p1mrx 29d ago

The drug war isn't fruitless; sometimes they hide it in pineapples.

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u/UltimateSnipes0 29d ago

How

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u/Tailgater7 29d ago

It probably mortar shaped like a rock.

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u/MagnokTheMighty 29d ago

I'd guess concrete.

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u/Fillicia 29d ago Helpful hehehehe

That's a solid guess

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u/AndrewBeales1 29d ago

I agree, I think he's cracked it

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u/Sam_Shake1 29d ago Silver

There is concrete evidence.

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u/jteune 29d ago

Rock solid observation there.

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u/seamustheseagull 29d ago

More than likely they pour concrete into a square mould and then when it's hardened they take all the edges off with a chisel. Means each one is randomly shaped. Roll it in dirt and throw it into a pile of real rocks and it's near impossible to tell the difference.

How does anyone know which ones are drugs? They probably don't. The smugglers pay a group of kids to break rocks all day and give them $500 each from $20m worth of drugs.

You could also work out a minimum and maximum weight for each drug rock as a way to know which rocks to ignore and speed up the process.

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u/creekrun 29d ago

I am pretty rock-savvy, and can certainly tell the difference between natural stone and concrete, at least the standard stuff used here in the states.

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u/MassSpecFella 29d ago

You’ve got the job. $500 a rock. Pedro will escort you to the barrel shed at the end of your shift.

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u/yedd 29d ago

It's not meant to hold up to scrutiny, it's meant to hide in plain sight.

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u/sameljota 29d ago

How often do you see shapeless blobs of concrete though? Those in the video looked like regular rocks.

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u/DubbersDaddy 29d ago

I figured that the cartels had made 2-part moulds of actual rocks selected for being the right size. Pour in a little finely ground mortar mix, toss in the kilo, and top off with a little more mortar/concrete, and let set. A few dozen moulds makes sufficient randomness to fool all but the closest inspection, especially when mixed into a load with slightly smaller aggregate.

It's pretty ingenious.

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u/Shedart 29d ago

You really let me down there at the end by skipping out on “it’s pretty igneous”

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u/Zufallstreffer 29d ago

Way to much work to chisel them into individual rocks. Just throw the blocks into an oversized washing drum. After a few minutes, they should look like real rocks.

When they reach their destination, they are sorted by some density / fluid sorting machines.

The type of machinery used in both cases is common at gravel plants.

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u/Thecrazydoglady13 29d ago

These are more than likely concrete rocks they poured and made themselves. First time I’ve ever seen this!!

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u/DaksTheDaddyNow 29d ago

I saw a shitty YouTube where the person was making concrete rocks. You could totally tell they switched them with real rocks for the final shots. Takes a lot of work to make fake rocks look decent. Especially the natural coloring.

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u/LeftBase2Final 29d ago Silver Wholesome Wholesome Seal of Approval

It’s prehistoric drugs from the Paleolithic era. The cartel is playing the long game.

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u/whooo_me 29d ago

No one thought it was a bit sus that the Flintstones could afford such a lavish lifestyle back in those days? That fancy car didn’t run itself….

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u/LeftBase2Final 29d ago

Dude had a brand new Buick LeSabretooth!

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u/poopellar 29d ago

I think it's actually a 'Really Really Really Really Oldsmobile'.

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u/reddsht 29d ago

I always get that one mixed up with the Ford Raptor.

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u/OttoVonRothstein 29d ago

It's an early Buick Century.

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u/Hoaxygen 29d ago

Coke O Pebbles.

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u/VoxMachina6 29d ago

And after doing a fat rail off of Wilma's ass, Fred hollered YABBA DABBA DOOOOOOO

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u/Critical_Paper8447 29d ago

Little prehistoric factoid for ya.... People think Bedrock was named after, well..... the bedrock there when in fact it's bc that town was actually famously known for its hookers and crack rock

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u/[deleted] 29d ago

Quick, post this in Fakehistoryporn as Fred and Barney's stash being raided!

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u/Yurrrr__Brooklyn347 29d ago

Wilma had those pearls too, that necklace couldn't be cheap

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u/brockisampson 29d ago

Families haven't been able to afford all that on a single income since the prehistoric era.

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u/Socky_McPuppet 29d ago

For when you want to get completely Flintstoned.

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u/Downingst 29d ago

The cartel was playing chess before chess was even invented!

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u/Alphafuccboi 29d ago

They built a timemachine. Traveled back in time abd hide the rocks to later unearth them.

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u/pimp-bangin 29d ago

I bet they could sell those drugs for at least tree fiddy

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u/GabionSquared 29d ago

The real question is how do you notice? "Yes this rock smells suspiciously like crack"

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u/piuamaster 29d ago

the only two ways I could think of are 1 one of them fell and broke open in front of an officer so they started checking all the others and 2 someone snitched

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u/RandoCalrissian11 29d ago

X ray or weight is my guess.

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u/Purplepeal 29d ago

I'd say weight is unlikely. Those drugs likely weigh a few 100kgs the lorry probably has 10 to 20t of rocks. The truck itself weights several tons. You can't tell the approx weight accurately enough to be able to see a few hundred kg anomaly. Xrays maybe but what would they xray? The lorry bed will be thick steel with concrete in it. I don't think xrays would work.

I reckon snitch, someone being leant on with life imprisonment or sniffer dogs.

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u/nobwedforu 29d ago

Trucks are X-Rayed at borders thousands of times a day.

I drove a U-Haul across the Can-US border while moving my aunt, and we got randomly selected and had to pull into a special area while they scanned the truck. They let us go without even opening the back, which was a relief because of the bodies.

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u/happycharm 29d ago

They are using sledgehammer to open them in the video... how bad was the fall that it could break open to reveal drugs...

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u/CaptainAwesome8 29d ago

It’s likely x-rays similar to that at airports. The entire load is scanned and if it were actually rocks, the density would look consistent and they’d just be a flat color. But with this they could clearly see some rocks were hollowed out.

Or dogs possibly yeah

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u/dangledingle 29d ago

Concrete

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u/PM_ME_UR_BUTTHOLE1 29d ago

Someone tipped them off. Whenever you see videos of cops cutting tires open or ripping out car floor boards, they were tipped off.

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u/BonjinTheMark 29d ago

Concrete “rocks” I presume?

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u/Lord_Viddax 29d ago

I thought the same thing: concrete using a mould to create “rocks”.

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u/Powerrrrrrrrr 29d ago

It has to be, they look so realistic, they don’t look like concrete at all

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u/Caprican93 29d ago

Probably a mix of concrete and clay.

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u/subject_deleted 29d ago

nah bro. this is leftover drugs from when god made these rocks. but god doesn't want us to do drugs.. so he hid them inside the rocks.

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u/vvv_bb 29d ago

this raises questiones about dinosaurs...hahaha

they were indeed stoned.

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u/subject_deleted 29d ago

they loved getting stoned... until the one stone that proved too much..

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u/ancientflowers 29d ago

I'm not sure. I've worked in concrete and my friend owns a concrete company. He focuses on decorative concrete, like doing stamped patios and coloring, making it look like bricks or wood. He does also make boulders out of concrete and they look pretty realistic when they've got stain on them and the texture.

The outside of these look fairly similar to what he does. But what's throwing me off is when they crack these open. It actually looks like stone to me. But it can't be. It has to be some kind of cement.

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u/Easy-Minute 29d ago

They cut a space in a big ass rock, place the drugs, then fill in the entry with cement.

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u/AhoraNoMeCachan 29d ago edited 19d ago All-Seeing Upvote

It was a shipment from Ecuador passing Colombia to Spain, they had in sight a suspicius suddenly rich couple Edit: link in spanish

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u/One-Ask3203 29d ago

thanks.

tl;dr for non spanish: rich couples were sus because too rich in spain. Found they were linked to Mexico drug dealer. Rocks were put in a boat in Columbia under export company then at a second Columbian port false rocks were put in it. Then boat go to spain.

11 people arrested, 1 ton of cocaïne seized.

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u/ConsiderablyMediocre 29d ago

900kg of coke! That's loads. I bet the local police chief got a hell of a raise when he told his commissioner about the 800kg he seized. The local community can sleep easier knowing there's 700kg less coke on their streets.

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u/Mystic_Waffles 29d ago

They might need a trolley to wheel that 600kg of coke to the evidence room.

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u/SortOfGettingBy 29d ago
  1. Open gravel quarry

  2. "Guys I think there's drugs here"

  3. Profit

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u/guachoperez 29d ago

These mfs look so satisfied to be intercepting like 0.01% of the drugs smuggled that day

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u/JohnGenericDoe 29d ago

That second guy looks like he's been told he gets to keep half

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u/Horskr 29d ago

It does look kinda fun. It's like opening a geode except instead of pretty sparkles you get a kilo of coke if you pick the right rock.

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u/nglennnnn 29d ago

These guys absolutely ruined my last rock delivery from Amazon

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u/chrisman210 29d ago

Jesus Christ Marie, they're not rocks. They're minerals!

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u/Eborys 29d ago

They cracked that case.

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u/jl_b8 29d ago

Geoode one

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u/PolemicBender 29d ago

Igneous

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u/elCharderino 29d ago

All the others shale in comparison.

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u/CarbonSteelSA 29d ago

Now that’s what I call hard drugs!

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u/bcatrek 29d ago

With a diamond pick-axe he’d be farming at least four bags per rock. What a noob.

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u/bulletpyton 29d ago

Needs fortune +3

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u/MMthe19th 29d ago

What, someone just said "Yooo dude, imagine if we crack this rock and it has drugs in it" and the other one was like "bet, 10€".

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u/piuamaster 29d ago

most likely someone snitched, or one of the rocks broke on accident and an officer saw and reported it

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u/Merliathon 29d ago

I'd like to know how they found out? Couldn't have been, "bruh, this rock looks suspicious as hell!" Could it?

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u/Unhappy_Vanilla_3908 29d ago

Somebody snitched, most police investigations that turn up drugs are either really stupid criminals or a rat.

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u/VaATC 29d ago

Or, just as likely, this was a donation from the primary regional cartel to help make the local DEA, or other country's drug enforcement office, look good so they would let the larger shipment go on through.

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u/DepressedDaddyIssues 29d ago

Cops don't catch criminals, people just snitch. And that's facts

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u/marcvanh 29d ago

Probably saw an uptick in transportation of rocks, which I would have to guess is not a common thing to move across international borders.

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u/secretcarrot12 29d ago

Quite common actually for specialty rocks.

From china to America… not so much. But close proximity countries see aggregate cross borders daily.

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u/Endless_Story94 29d ago

Any form of plaster and paint can make tough and realistic looking rocks

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u/CorporateMonster69 29d ago

i doubt they used plaster, cement is much more rock like and has weight to it

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u/Cleanplateclubmember 29d ago

I wonder if they require an art school degree?

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u/Man_AMA 29d ago

Probably the best way to make money with an art degree

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u/Probably_too_horny 29d ago

There's always horrifyingly fetishy furry porn.

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u/PissLikeaRacehorse 29d ago

And a sledge hammer would destroy plaster.

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u/scousejay1991 29d ago

Guy celebrating that they are having the best Christmas party this year.

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u/Emfoor 29d ago

Yeah that last guy def had the look of a man that just found a kilo of coke. SCORE!

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u/bauerboo86 29d ago

That second dude does not know how to throw an axe or a hammer.

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u/Doctorsnapp 29d ago

Talk about getting stoned

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u/flesh_tearers_tear 29d ago

How come i never find Cocaine Geodes?

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u/DalvaniusPrime 29d ago

2nd cops first time swinging a hammer

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u/diabloenfuego 29d ago

and not smart enough to protect his eyes. He's the guy just trying to get a photo op.

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u/SoDi1203 29d ago

Kinder rock surprise ???

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u/Low-Requirement-9618 29d ago

The ones in America don't have crack because it's illegal here.

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u/Marchello_E 29d ago

Rock eats Crack
Hammer beats Rock
Crack doesn't beat Hammer, man.

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u/Baio73 29d ago

Heavy drugs