Ya know what we haven’t done in a while turtle riders?
Food stamp Friday!
Today’s contestant is Emmanuel Soto from Southbridge, and he’s looking buy some food stamps, presumably for a discount, so that he can buy food for half the price. The buyers of food stamps are generally much more entrepreneurial than the sellers, who more often than not are looking to buy drugs. Unlike sellers, buyers actually want to buy food, but why buy $50 worth of food with $50 when you can purchase $100 worth of food stamps for $50? Does Manny here look like someone who pays full price for groceries?
The hat. In three different styles nonetheless. You put one of those things on you and you magically enter the underground food stamp black market. That’s just science.
For a guy who’s trying to save money on food at the expense of the taxpayers he sure doesn’t seem to be hurting for bling.
Move out of the shithole of Southbridge or cover yourself in bling while keeping dem brows on fleek? Decisions, decisions.
Looks like he’s been short on cash for a while now, which is why he’s been forced to sell some of his bling. He even weighed it out on his digital scale, which normally is used to separate shitty Webster weed into dime bags, but has other useful purposes as well.
Or maybe you’re in the market for the official vehicle of Southbridge.
A 96 Civic. Rims not included.
Looks like he had to find new ways to make and save cash since dealing coke didn’t work out quite the way he had hoped.
26 year old Emmanuel Soto of 19 Oliver Street flr#2 in Southbridge, MA was charged with possession with intent to distribute class B cocaine and with conspiracy to violate the drug laws
If only he could sell his Google trophies for food stamps.
He’d never go hungry again.
Looks like he found a buyer.
I for one am shocked that this man right here has food stamps he can procure for his boy.
Shocked I tell ya!
Happy food stamp Friday turtle riders! Have fun paying taxes so that people like this can do something besides sell cocaine!
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