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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Stashing Away Your Stash

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- Fri, 14 Feb 2020 05:29:35 EST MgGqgICP No.901587
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Hey Ya'll. I want to brainstorm with everyone here as many creative ways to keep your stash safe from discovery as we can muster.

Nothing obvious either - many security safes can be opened with a simple and generic key: lockboxes can be taken and opened at a different location.

I took to putting my powdered psychedelics into small baggies and securing them with tape within small openings and spaces found in the woodwork and cluttered environments of basement spaces.
Just reach up and around the corner into that tiny, black opening you'd never notice and BAM! There it is: safe and sound.

Let's brainstorm!
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Fanny Breblingspear - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 15:15:12 EST Wyjnd/XZ No.901627 Reply
>>901587
Used to have one of those small service doors in the wall for getting access to some of the pipework for the bathroom in my old apartment...

Above the door on the inside was a large enough shelf to stash things - though for more security, I put some double stick tape on a few magnets and stuck those, so you had to be at a certain angle to be able to reach them. Stored weed and various /psy/s that way bu putting them in baggies and then in metal cases like cigar containers or mint tins, then sticking them to the magnets.

It was pretty perfect, it required skinny arms to actually get in there, and it wouldn't be possible for plumbers, cops, etc to see it :)
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Albert Geffingseg - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 23:05:21 EST lPEo19Ls No.901630 Reply
>>901627
>Used to have one of those small service doors in the wall for getting >
access to some of the pipework for the bathroom in my old apartment...

Are ya sure it wasn't a dumb waiter. The building was surely built in the 20s?

It's all fun.
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Sidney Drankinlad - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:20:18 EST sf0XXoAT No.901668 Reply
>>901587 idk all my drugs are just scattered around my room and when i wanna get high i crawl around on my hands and knees looking for tabs or rocks
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Shitting Webbledodging - Thu, 20 Feb 2020 16:37:06 EST Ic9Nn9cJ No.901683 Reply
>>901587
Unless you expect to get raided there's no reason to do this. You're just literally trying to lose drugs
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Sidney Goggledale - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 08:26:48 EST vtGFyabC No.901954 Reply
I used the HDD slot on my fat ps2 when I was in HS it worked great
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Wesley Nimblewan - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 22:28:14 EST zMnMd0aA No.901964 Reply
>>901587
Where do y'all live that you need to keep your drugs so hidden? Lol. Unless you're like moving work.
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m - Wed, 18 Mar 2020 21:15:51 EST JyBfk9j/ No.902144 Reply
>>901954
This. Back when I didn't have my own place and my own rights (like 14-16yo), I simply found a removable piece on the bottom of my gamecube. It revealed some sort of slot to connect other shit, and was just enough room to hide say 2-3g of weed, a small one hitter, papers, mini lighter, and a baggie with a dozen or so pills and a few tabs.

Why are you so worried OP? If you're like 15, look around in places your parents wouldn't even look. I stashed most of my under 18 liquor in the very back of my buddy's parents liquor cabinet since we didn't have one of our own.

Another very valid spot is outside in something airtight and sturdy, assuming you're talking something not as fragile as LSD.

Regardless, stuff like tabs, limited quantities of powder etc., are super easy to hide in something like the cover flap of a book. Assuming you have a book shelf, that's an easy answer.
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Rebecca Wadgeway - Sun, 22 Mar 2020 12:00:01 EST 337IwFP3 No.902204 Reply
>>902144
the impetus for this thread is probably more to do with legal troubles than it is parents
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Hamilton Gibblestone - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 21:01:45 EST jZGKACJh No.902238 Reply
>>901587
Dude let me just tell a bunch of strangers where nothing illegal in my house is

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