90% of U.S. Currency Tainted with Traces of Cocaine

This study was commissioned by the American Chemical Society. Like they’ve got nothing better to do. If you’re interested, the study is here.

From the L.A. Times:

Not surprisingly, the money was especially contaminated in bigger, more evil places like Detroit, Boston and Baltimore. Also in Miami, Orlando and good old L.A. All right around 100%. Mostly in $5s, $10s, $20s and $50s.

But get this: The contamination was nearly as bad — as in 95% — in Washington, D.C.

Now, we know why their workweeks are so short back there.

They should stop with the cracks.

China and Japan had the cleanest currency in the world. Nobody’s doing dope there. Especially China, which earlier in the last century was still saddled with millions of opium addicts thanks to Great Britain’s “sphere of influence” in the country. It was to keep the Chinese subservient to the British as they exploited the place. After the Communists took over, the Chinese executed drug dealers, importers and even addicts. They may have adopted some Western ways, but they haven’t started rolling up bills in order to snort en masse.

It’s just trivia to me, but it certainly shows how our country has gone–frankly–to shyt. The war on drugs hasn’t worked.

~ by blksista on August 18, 2009.

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