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Christmas came early this year in the Brockton Hub when I had the pleasure of waking up to this this morning:
A ratchet named after a state selling prescription medication on Facebook. God bless you Brockton. Without you I don’t know what we would blog about.
Poor North Dakota wasn’t aware that this was illegal and evidently thought that the Hub would be a good place for such a transaction to go forward.
“My doctor won’t prescribe me another one.”
Yea, that usually happens for a reason. Don’t worry though, Dr. Dogfilter got you covered.
This walking fertility factory is so Brockton it hurts. Very rarely do you see dog filters, tittoos, duckface, cultural appropriation, and noodz all rolled into one.
If you wanna meet up with her you can go the way half of the heroin traffickers in Brockton do – through the backdoor.
And as a bonus slice of ratchet pie, she introduced Turtleboy to our first ever illegally photographed prison visit selfie.
Jail seems to be something Idaho’s very familiar with, and will be an ever present part of her future. Her real name is actually Ashley Moulton, and prescription medication isn’t the only thing she’s selling…..
Brockton police said they arrested two people who were operating a heroin and crack delivery service in the city Friday morning. Arcelino Silva, 25, and Ashley Moulton, 22, both of 53 Grafton St., Apt. 1, Brockton were using a vehicle to make drug deliveries throughout the city, Lt. Paul Bonanca said. The raid yielded heroin, crack cocaine and the prescription pills Percoset and Suboxone. Police also seized $2,566, a digital scale, cell phones, drug cutting agents and packaging materials, Bonanca said, Silva and Moulton were charged with unlawful possession with intent to distribute heroin and three counts of unlawful possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
Nothing to see here. Just a local Brockton Mom running a crack cocaine Amazon service with her friend Arcelino. Perfectly normal.
They got arrested for the same thing three years before that too.
You’d think that having a crotch fruit at home would get these people to do things that won’t end up with them in jail. But then again, this is Brockton. Nothing makes sense here.
Don’t tell her that it’s illegal to sell her prescription pills with the RX information on it though. After all, she’s just offering to help those who can’t afford to buy it on their own.
And also those who can’t buy it at all because the doctor won’t give them a prescription.
Newsflash – if you found someone to buy your prescription on the Brockton Hub, there’s a 99.999% chance they’re on Mass Health. Pretty sure Mass Health would cover asthma medication. The issue isn’t insurance, it’s the fact that the doctor won’t prescribe it. Dr. Dogfilter would be best advised to keep her prescription transactions offline in the near future. But based on her online commentary on most issues:
I’m assuming we will be seeing her again.