Forum Navigation
Go Back   Boxing Forum > Non Boxing Talk > Boxing Scene Lounge

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 08-01-2020, 12:59 PM #1
GhostofDempsey GhostofDempsey is online now
Undisputed Champion
 
Join Date: Mar 2017
Posts: 16,009
Quoted: 10943 Post(s)
Rep Power: 62
GhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond reputeGhostofDempsey has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 390,133.57
Bank: 1,874.67
Total Points: 392,008.24
Top Rated Poster - ironmt Here Is to another great post - ironmt For calling it like it is - 1bad65 Great comment, sir. - Tony Trick-Pony Great points, man - Tony Trick-Pony 
:lol1: - Szef Well said, man - Tony Trick-Pony Great post, man! - Tony Trick-Pony Great memes. - Santa_ Respect Due. - travestyny 
Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 
Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 Gay and Lesbian Pride - desktop 0 
Default Mysterious seeds from China showing up in the mail

Seeing a lot of random stories on this...

The mysterious Chinese seeds have hit the tony enclave of East Hampton.

East Hampton resident Jenny Carmona, a stylist at Amagansett’s LaParlour salon, posted a shot of unsolicited seeds sent from Suzhou, China, on her Facebook page this week noting: “So, no jokes Got this in the mail 2 days ago. I DID NOT order any seeds from China.”

She later updated her post saying, “NY Department of agriculture directed me to seal them In a Ziploc bag and mail it to them. If you get them do the same. All the states are reporting these suspicious specimens according to the department of agriculture.”

Another East Hampton resident and his wife also received the creepy packages.

The seeds first started showing up in the beginning of July in Utah and Virginia but were later found in Texas and across the United States, often marked as jewelry.

The US Department of Agriculture says the puzzling packages appear to be part of a “brushing scam” — where folks receive items they never ordered from a seller who then posts false customer reviews to boost sales.

The agency is urging residents to report the packages and issued the warning: “Do not plant seeds from unknown origins.”

[Link View Has Been Removed. Click Here To Unlock This Content.]
GhostofDempsey is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 08-01-2020, 04:28 PM #2
Jc8804 Jc8804 is offline
Undisputed Champion
 
Join Date: Mar 2013
Posts: 5,645
Quoted: 1262 Post(s)
Rep Power: 21
Jc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond reputeJc8804 has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 23,989.13
Bank: 1,590.17
Total Points: 25,579.30
Default

Probably peen enlargement seeds .

Take them with water grow your dcckk like a plant
Jc8804 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 08-01-2020, 06:34 PM #3
TheGR8TESTOAT TheGR8TESTOAT is offline
Undisputed Champion
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Golden Schlongville
Posts: 7,498
Quoted: 1878 Post(s)
Rep Power: 33
TheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond reputeTheGR8TESTOAT has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 96,009.57
Bank: 1,679.60
Total Points: 97,689.17
Thanks for your support & respect - Massage Queen girls boxing vid - -jose- :beerchug: - -jose- Great thread, bro... - Tony Trick-Pony cheers bro - -jose- 
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by GhostofDempsey View Post
Seeing a lot of random stories on this...

The mysterious Chinese seeds have hit the tony enclave of East Hampton.

East Hampton resident Jenny Carmona, a stylist at Amagansett’s LaParlour salon, posted a shot of unsolicited seeds sent from Suzhou, China, on her Facebook page this week noting: “So, no jokes Got this in the mail 2 days ago. I DID NOT order any seeds from China.”

She later updated her post saying, “NY Department of agriculture directed me to seal them In a Ziploc bag and mail it to them. If you get them do the same. All the states are reporting these suspicious specimens according to the department of agriculture.”

Another East Hampton resident and his wife also received the creepy packages.

The seeds first started showing up in the beginning of July in Utah and Virginia but were later found in Texas and across the United States, often marked as jewelry.

The US Department of Agriculture says the puzzling packages appear to be part of a “brushing scam” — where folks receive items they never ordered from a seller who then posts false customer reviews to boost sales.

The agency is urging residents to report the packages and issued the warning: “Do not plant seeds from unknown origins.”

[Link View Has Been Removed. Click Here To Unlock This Content.]
WTF? can't we just end this BS with China once and for all???

What other sketchy nation can we move factories to so we can get all our crap made there???
TheGR8TESTOAT is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Share This With Friends

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
Forum Jump

 

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 12:03 PM.