Monday, August 17, 2009

Is your money addicted to coke?

Ever wonder why so many fat cats like to sniff their money?

A new study shows that up to 90% of American currency is contaminated with cocaine -- either from being used to snort it, or being in contact with bills that were.

Data released by the American Chemical Society says that “cocaine is present in up to 90 percent of paper money in the United States, particularly in large cities such as Baltimore, Boston, and Detroit. The scientists found traces of cocaine in 95 percent of the banknotes analyzed from Washington, D.C., alone.”


The problem is growing rapidly. Two years ago, the number was 67%.

This is not the time for panic and worry. This is a time to get very familiar with your buckage. Very, very familiar.


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