HIGH TIMES 

HIGH TIMES

Smoke em if you got em. According to recent reports, it has been three years since state auditors told Memphis police officials that drugs and money could be pilfered from their crime-evidence storage room. And lo and behold it came to pass that drugs and money were eventually pilfered from the crime-evidence storage room. It should go without saying that when state auditors ask police officials if they have read and understood any given report, Dude, whatever is almost never an appropriate response.

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