As most of you know, I'm black and live in an all white suburb area. For the most part it's quite, kids play in the streets, nice neighbors, and around 13 cops and 2 firefighters live here. Never would I have ever guess that the man in the house in the back was a drug king pin. Yes a drug king pin.


Here's the story Me and my friend Amy was at my friend Katie house, she lives right next door to the man and his family. It's a knock at the door and I answer it cause Katie wasn't home and it's a little short man, well me and him the same height so I guess he wasn't that short. Okay he was short I'm short 5'3 gang for life. I answer and he goes "Hi I'm blah blah blah DEA" that's all I heard "DEA" and "Blah blah blah" and I'm just like "Oh, Hi what brings you here today, this not my house" You know just in case he trying to lock the owner of the house up,cause again all I heard was "DEA". So he goes "Oh Okay" and then he starts to tell about how they have been watching the man next door for around 2 years and they have reason to believe that he is a drug dealer, where actually he was like the top person so he really didn't sell the drugs, he like ran the operation. That was odd to me. Did explain why his daughter drove a different car almost every month.

The point of the story is you never know who a drug dealer is. Yes he went to jail, well he still in jail.

That story is kinda like "Breaking Bad", kinda. I don't know what made the man down the street start to sell drugs, but in Breaking Bad you can watch the process into the mind of Walter White. An 50 something who starts to well you watch the show and you will see. Breaking Bad really pulls on the strings of your ethics, dances in the what's right what's wrong, the black white and gray area. Leaves you wanting more biting nails till the next one. Be sure to watch breaking bad soon. Season 5 is right around the way.

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