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I loved your beautiful verses to your beloved ‘significant others’. The photos, the insight into each life story, unique traits, endearing qualities, all there in six lines. Amazing poet you are.. Although on second thought, I not sure that replying to this text by saying “what are you looking for” and “how much” would create a legal arrest.If the texter opened with “where my crack?” and the cop took it from there, it probably OK. But that not what happened here, so I backtrack a little.The evanescenct evidence issue you address is the same.KirnMX 1 point submitted 1 month agoAh I see, I was approaching this from the perspective if the phone owner’s rights, thinking less of the texter’s rights. Yeah it’s certainly not entrapment to set up a meet to buy/sell drugs (though in my jurisdiction the cops generally don’t bust buyers unless they can also bust traffickers.
You do everything you can to be healthy, but what about everyone else in your state? In case this is something you spend time pondering, Retale, a shopping app, just answered that question. The company crunched the numbers to find out which states are the sportiest. The criteria: which of the 50 are most active in sports (including high school athletic participation), which ones have the highest number of sporting good stores and CrossFit boxes, and even where the most Olympic gold medalists are from.Turns out, CrossFit is biggest out west Wyoming boasts the most boxes per capita, followed by Colorado, Utah, Oregon, and Montana.