NikeTalk › NikeTalk Forums › The Lounge › General › If you were a crack dealer, would you sell to an already addicted relative?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

If you were a crack dealer, would you sell to an already addicted relative?

post #1 of 38
Thread Starter 
I was listening to Future the other day and he mentioned selling crack to an Aunt. Could you do that?

The easy answer is no, but, If they didn't get it from you, they're going to get it anyway and do who knows what for it. Some of the stuff dealers get addicts to do when they come up short is straight up crazy and/or dangerous. If they got it from you, at the least, it would be for someone that somewhat could care for them versus someone who gives no dambs about them.
Charlie Sweets wink.gif
Team Bandwagoner. Whatever makes second place easier to swallow for S&T
Reply
Charlie Sweets wink.gif
Team Bandwagoner. Whatever makes second place easier to swallow for S&T
Reply
post #2 of 38

50 use to do the same thing lol, they use to give him money to buy from a dealer and he use to pocket it and give them out of his stash. They didn't know he was selling.

post #3 of 38
I have...to cousins

I was young and ignorant.

I feel bad about it now. mean.gif
Edited by marmourjr - 12/13/12 at 10:21am
post #4 of 38

Money over Everything.

post #5 of 38
In that chosen profession you can't really have the same morals and values one would have if they lived a legitimate life. It's a conflict of interest.
Please support/share the Facebook Page for my late Brother & sign the petition to dedicate a local skate park in his memory:


https://www.facebook.com/NajiSaidAbdelilah
Reply
Please support/share the Facebook Page for my late Brother & sign the petition to dedicate a local skate park in his memory:


https://www.facebook.com/NajiSaidAbdelilah
Reply
post #6 of 38

they will get it from someone else regardless, it will be safe for them to get it from you, but that will also put you in a bad spot..they will ask for fronts and who knows maybe even try to rob u..

 

one is too many and a thousand never enough...a drug addict is still an addict family or not..an addict would sell his momma to get his fix..

 

its a vicious cycle and noone truly comes out a winner.. 

post #7 of 38
mr biggums would
post #8 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by JesusShuttlesworth34 View Post

In that chosen profession you can't really have the same morals and values one would have if they lived a legitimate life. It's a conflict of interest.

i often use to think about this and try to see the moral implecations in it. I say all that to say why dont ppl look at it as they would legal drugs (alcohol). Like do budweiser feel bad that possibly/likely they have a family member close friend that buys their product... Do you (generally speaking) feel some kinda way/bad having a family memeber you may suspect/or is infact an alcoholic.

 

I know ppl will say its different... and now ppl try to tell me it is was different. Call it what you want but outside the political/legal hypocracies,,, i never saw the difference in selling dope, and serving alcohol... I mean they are both drugs, both can be fatal... matter fact more ppl die from alcohol related symtoms then any other drug... probably all illegal drugs combine.

 

Like i said maybe it was i means of me justifying what i had done, but i honestly didnt see again outside of hypocritical legal standpoint, the difference in someone buying weed/coke/pills... and serving them shots drinks etc...

post #9 of 38
If I was a crack dealer, I probably would think very little of human life, so YES I probably would sell to an already addicted relative.

My justification: "at least I can ensure that they're getting the purest, 'healthiest', crack; none of that watered down stuff."


ohwell.gif


...
post #10 of 38

I wouldn't mix family with business. I don't see it ending well.

post #11 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuperAntigen View Post

If I was a crack dealer, I probably would think very little of human life, so YES I probably would sell to an already addicted relative.
My justification: "at least I can ensure that they're getting the purest, 'healthiest', crack; none of that watered down stuff."
ohwell.gif
...

damn those words resonate lol...

post #12 of 38

Probably not. Not coming from a moral standpoint but coming from a a point of view where you shouldn't mix family up like that. Think about it, if you deny this relative for any reason they know where you live, and can come and threaten your mom or something along the lines of that. The reward of getting a little money is just not worth it if you put other family members in danger.

The amazing sound of the killing hordes.

The day the banks collapse on us.

Reply

The amazing sound of the killing hordes.

The day the banks collapse on us.

Reply
post #13 of 38
Commandment number 7 !
Tighten up bruh..
"Be careful, watch your back, blackbirds don't wear disguise"
Reply
"Be careful, watch your back, blackbirds don't wear disguise"
Reply
post #14 of 38

"I'm not saying I'm Batman.... I'm just saying no one has ever seen me and Batman in the same room together."

Reply

"I'm not saying I'm Batman.... I'm just saying no one has ever seen me and Batman in the same room together."

Reply
post #15 of 38
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by shoelyesses View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by JesusShuttlesworth34 View Post

In that chosen profession you can't really have the same morals and values one would have if they lived a legitimate life. It's a conflict of interest.
i often use to think about this and try to see the moral implecations in it. I say all that to say why dont ppl look at it as they would legal drugs (alcohol). Like do budweiser feel bad that possibly/likely they have a family member close friend that buys their product... Do you (generally speaking) feel some kinda way/bad having a family memeber you may suspect/or is infact an alcoholic.

I know ppl will say its different... and now ppl try to tell me it is was different. Call it what you want but outside the political/legal hypocracies,,, i never saw the difference in selling dope, and serving alcohol... I mean they are both drugs, both can be fatal... matter fact more ppl die from alcohol related symtoms then any other drug... probably all illegal drugs combine.

Like i said maybe it was i means of me justifying what i had done, but i honestly didnt see again outside of hypocritical legal standpoint, the difference in someone buying weed/coke/pills... and serving them shots drinks etc...

If you give someone one shot of alcohol, its not going to turn them into an alcoholic, but if you give a person a hit of rock, they're now a crack head, ain't no way around it. You could let a person get totally **** faced, but if you tell them thats enough, unless they're total alcoholic, they'll more than likely listen. You can't tell a crack they've had enough.
Charlie Sweets wink.gif
Team Bandwagoner. Whatever makes second place easier to swallow for S&T
Reply
Charlie Sweets wink.gif
Team Bandwagoner. Whatever makes second place easier to swallow for S&T
Reply
post #16 of 38

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by shoelyesses View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by JesusShuttlesworth34 View Post

In that chosen profession you can't really have the same morals and values one would have if they lived a legitimate life. It's a conflict of interest.

i often use to think about this and try to see the moral implecations in it. I say all that to say why dont ppl look at it as they would legal drugs (alcohol). Like do budweiser feel bad that possibly/likely they have a family member close friend that buys their product... Do you (generally speaking) feel some kinda way/bad having a family memeber you may suspect/or is infact an alcoholic.

 

I know ppl will say its different... and now ppl try to tell me it is was different. Call it what you want but outside the political/legal hypocracies,,, i never saw the difference in selling dope, and serving alcohol... I mean they are both drugs, both can be fatal... matter fact more ppl die from alcohol related symtoms then any other drug... probably all illegal drugs combine.

 

Like i said maybe it was i means of me justifying what i had done, but i honestly didnt see again outside of hypocritical legal standpoint, the difference in someone buying weed/coke/pills... and serving them shots drinks etc...

If I work for Budweiser, I'm not out directly putting alcohol in their hands like a drug dealer with his client. Even say you're a bartender, you're serving people without knowing their background or caring, true. You also are selling to people who can drink responsiby. There aren't resposible crack users out here. If I serve liquor and see someone I know personally who is an alcoholic, I wouldnt serve them becuase I know their background, and I have a legal right to. Not to knock anything you said but I feel there's a grey area when comparing the two.

 

I agree that I wouldnt sell to a family member simply from a business standpoint

 

You whole crew's ravishing, team's untouchable
In the jungle banging Nas, Mobb Deep and Wu
"My Ohhh My"
Reply
You whole crew's ravishing, team's untouchable
In the jungle banging Nas, Mobb Deep and Wu
"My Ohhh My"
Reply
post #17 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by GatzbyGordon View Post

one is too many and a thousand never enough

dat program laugh.gif

 

But I mean, I probably would if I was still about that life. I've sold dope to my best friend, so I don't think a relative would be any different. When you're caught up in the lifestyle, you start making excuses.

 

"Well they were gonna get it anyways, might as well get it from me,"

"At least I know they're getting good stuff if they get it from me,"

"It's better getting it from me than getting robbed on the street"

 

mean.gif

WE ADMIT TO THE TRUTH,

WE ARE THE BEST AT WHAT WE DO

Reply

WE ADMIT TO THE TRUTH,

WE ARE THE BEST AT WHAT WE DO

Reply
post #18 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by PowerBallin View Post

Money over Everything.
would you sell coffee to your aunt?
post #19 of 38
I'd rather OD on my own supply then listen to Future.
post #20 of 38
There is no conscience in the drug game so why would I stop at family, only family you got is washington, jefferson, lincoln, hamilton, jackson, grant and franklin (not srs)
"Those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind" - Bernard Baruch
Reply
"Those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind" - Bernard Baruch
Reply
post #21 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bandit Country View Post


would you sell coffee to your aunt?

By aunt do you mean his real mom or the person who he thought his real mom was?

post #22 of 38
7: this rule is so underrated,
Keep your family and business completely separated.


there are enough crackheads in the world that I could make my money without selling to my family.

seeing an older cousin serve his mom when I was younger ingrained it in my head forever. **** that.

"this debate is the exact reason why I abort."
Reply

"this debate is the exact reason why I abort."
Reply
post #23 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by FrankLucas View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bandit Country View Post


would you sell coffee to your aunt?

By aunt do you mean his real mom or the person who he thought his real mom was?


indifferent.gif

post #24 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by FrankLucas View Post

I wouldn't mix family with business. I don't see it ending well.

post #25 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by FrankLucas View Post

I wouldn't mix family with business. I don't see it ending well.

100x100px-LS-e0e14af8_gangsta5.jpeg
post #26 of 38
I would never sell anything to anybody that's family related. I dont' give a damn either. Then they get all comfy asking me to loan em a gram or some **** and I'll never get my **** back. eff that.
post #27 of 38
Yes Then when I get enough money I'll throw em into rehab. An if I ever lose it all...bring them back around.
post #28 of 38

Crack is such an extreme example, if you see it first hand then your answer would be different in my opinion. It's not like seeing your brother hit a blunt or something, the noise when someone blasts off is enough to make you not want to do it.

nthat.gif **TEAM FIT**  nthat.gif

 

 

 

DUKE BLUE DEVILS                                           

 

Reply

nthat.gif **TEAM FIT**  nthat.gif

 

 

 

DUKE BLUE DEVILS                                           

 

Reply
post #29 of 38
Nah man. If he/she wants 'it' then they better get it from someone else. No way no how do I want to be responsible and have it get back to me.
post #30 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by SunDOOBIE View Post

Nah man. If he/she wants 'it' then they better get it from someone else. No way no how do I want to be responsible and have it get back to me.


You would rather your mother suck a dude off some rock than you serve her yourself?

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: General
NikeTalk › NikeTalk Forums › The Lounge › General › If you were a crack dealer, would you sell to an already addicted relative?