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Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building

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Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 16th, 2008 @ 9:07PM (13 years ago)

Guys, these labs are nothing to mess with - let the fire guys go in, they are trained and equipped for it. A few seconds in a meth explosion may mean you spend the rest of your life pulling an oxygen tank around behind you - it isn't worth it.

Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 21st, 2008 @ 10:41AM (13 years ago)

Always keep in mind the immortal words of Billy K.

"If you don't know, don't go."

"Uphill, upwind and at a distance."

Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 21st, 2008 @ 5:33AM (13 years ago)

LEARN HOW TO COOK CLUCK!! That stuff is bad for your nose! Plus your already out........Snitch

Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 21st, 2008 @ 5:29AM (13 years ago)

Joeseph Goostree is a worthless human being i know from experience, he shouldhave blown his self up. Cluck! Methhead! Coward cry baby!

Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 27th, 2008 @ 8:16PM (13 years ago)

Those guys acted as Heroes! Yeah they did not know what they were going into, but we should not be arm-chair quarterbacking. They did what they had to do. Remember Protect and Serve! Brave Officers!

Officers treated after meth lab fire in downtown apartment building...

August 27th, 2008 @ 11:50PM (13 years ago)

I can't help but laugh at the comments of naive people. Officers injured, police injured....I was there and I wasn't taken to the hospital so how could anyone else have been "contaminated." You know, a reporter doesn't even have to know your real birthday or even how to spell your name right to ******** it up. Whoever believes I'm a cluck, meth-addict, or a coward should keep two things in mind. 1. I've never even seen meth, nor would I know how to make it and 2. You can't really assume someone else is a coward after they spend two weeks in a hell hole like L.M.D.C. for a crime they didn't commit. If I were a snitch wouldn't I have gotten around to it, oh, I don't know, SOONER.

-Joseph Goostree (anyone who matters knows the real story)