This has been a terrible week…for cocaine.
First, Daily Intel reports that NY coke dealers have been so hurt by the recession, they’ve resorted to cold-calling old clients and selling in parks. Then the AP reveals that our cocaine blows–1/3 of the coke seized in America is tainted with a potentially-lethal veterinary drug, possibly because of “economic pressures.” Is this any way to celebrate 25 years since the debut of Bright Lights, Big City?! What is this recession-ravaged world coming to?
One thing about cocaine, however, hasn’t changed. As Washington DEA spokesperson Paul Knierim put it:
“I think the message is the same: Don’t use cocaine, it’s a dangerous drug.”
stating the obvious clarity.
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