Stash Burn?

Tyler Durden camera_lumina at
Tue May 3 08:05:36 PDT 2005

Hum. Well, me I personally like the piss-off factor: the cops KNOW you had 
something, which is bad enough. And then, they KNOW you destroyed it. But 
most importantly, they know you know they know, but you don't give a crap. A 
flagrant touting of their authority. If they don't beat you to death, it'll 
be very satisfying.

The pod jettison idea is interesting, but I'm sceptical: Those guys are 
always on the lookout for something being chucked out of a car getting 
pulled over, but if it were jettisoned straight out the front it might work.


>From: Justin <justin-cypherpunks at>
>To: cypherpunks at
>Subject: Re: Stash Burn?
>Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 19:23:08 +0000
>On 2005-05-02T10:13:50-0400, Tyler Durden wrote:
> > yes, this reminded me of another brilliant idea.
> >
> > Why don't some cars have a little tiny furnace for stash destruction?
> > If you've got an on-board stash and some Alabama hillbilly with a badge
> > pulls you over, you just hit the button and have you're little stashed
> > incinerated. Who cares if the badge knows you USED TO have something on
> > board? Too late now if any trace of evidence is gone.
> >
> > What's wrong with this idea?
>That's rather complicated and unlikely to succeed.  A more practical
>solution would be a pod that can be jettisoned.  Dark-colored or camo,
>rock-like, and indestructable for later retrieval.  No cop would notice
>such a thing fired directly forward after he's pulled in behind you and
>lighted you up.
>Add a radio beacon for easy location after the cop has departed.

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