What a Coinkydink!

Junior Mints

Seems odd that Jr. Mints and his emotional support cougar are at Merde-a-Lardo and this happened:

Florida fishermen find 74 pounds of cocaine floating off Florida Keys

Now, I’m not saying that 74 pounds of Bolivian Nose Candy was heading to Junior’s refined snout. I’m saying I’m not surprised.

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8 Responses to What a Coinkydink!

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    “If your Party Favors Bag is light on Peruvian Marching Powder this year, we regret the omission. Jr. somehow got his signals crossed, and wasn’t able to keep his appointment with the usual scheduled delivery-person this year. An attempt will be made to correct this unfortunate happenstance, and you may find your New Year’s Gala Grab Bag will more than make up for this deficiency.”
    (Note in the bag from Merde-a-lardo staff.)


  2. Also not surprising: that he fucked up the transfer.


  3. His emotional support cougar looks like one of the movie CGI of an older person to try and make them look younger.


  4. spotthedog says:

    Fell out of Santa’s sleigh?

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  5. Oneofthebobs says:

    Decades ago, when I spent some time in Quintana Roo, bales of cocaine were rumored to be floating about the Caribbean. The fishermen called it “the white lobster”. “White lobster” still makes me chuckle.


  6. HarpoSnarx says:

    Perhaps the suppliers overshot the President Donald Juan TRUMP! Everglades Airport?


  7. Sirius Lunacy says:

    In my teens and twenties it was not uncommon for bales of marijuana to be found floating in Florida’s warm Gulf waters and washing up on my local beaches. Referred to as ‘square grouper’. One memorable Thanksgiving weekend tons of it washed ashore. There was so much of it that the police had to stand by and watch citizens stroll on by with armloads of the stuff. If they went off to give chase the pile they were standing guard over would disappear. It led to a very Merry Christmas.
    The summer after I graduated high school I covered 3000 miles crewing on a 27 foot sailboat. Returning to Florida’s east coast from The Bahamas just after dark we watched a freighter pass in front of us, heading north, about four miles offshore. As the freighter passed, strobe lights appeared in the water behind it. We heard several power boats, we believe there were three of them, all sounding like they had plenty of horsepower, in the area running with no lights. One by one the strobe lights disappeared and when they were all gone the power boats raced away towards the coast. We just went quietly along during all this doing our best Sgt. Schultz imitation.


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