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Miss Tam-Tam
12-12-2004, 09:22 AM
And now that it is documented that Jersey has America's purest heroin, issues like clean needle exchange and drug rehabilitation must be placed on the front burner. In 2002, Jersey heroin was 71.4 percent pure!

http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-19/1102833339277730.xml

5Reasons
12-12-2004, 07:03 PM
Please be clear - the samples taken WERE FROM NEWARK. So you see, once again, NEWARK IS NUMBER 1. In fact, I think we should put that in our advertising brochures. "Don't bullshat in Brooklyn; get yo heroin on in Newark!"

At least now we know why we have so many junkies, huh?

Portugalian
12-13-2004, 12:20 AM
Please be clear - the samples taken WERE FROM NEWARK. So you see, once again, NEWARK IS NUMBER 1. In fact, I think we should put that in our advertising brochures. "Don't bullshat in Brooklyn; get yo heroin on in Newark!"

At least now we know why we have so many junkies, huh?

Someone in another forum I posted in also said that Newark had the highest deaths or AIDS cases in the country. It was posted in the Star Ledger..not sure how true it is. Maybe that just means that more people are getting tested in Newark than anywhere else.

5Reasons
12-13-2004, 02:14 PM
There are really only two ways to look at this pure heroin in Newark stuff

1. Newark drug dealers are really consumer-friendly by supplying the customer with a highly desired product.

2. Newark drug dealers are too stupid to have learned that the quickest way to increase your profit margin is to dilute the product.

Anyone have any ideas on which one it is?

black4rob2
12-13-2004, 03:03 PM
There are really only two ways to look at this pure heroin in Newark stuff

1. Newark drug dealers are really consumer-friendly by supplying the customer with a highly desired product.

2. Newark drug dealers are too stupid to have learned that the quickest way to increase your profit margin is to dilute the product.

Anyone have any ideas on which one it is?

There are so many dealers in a small area that sell the same type of drug. So to stand out amongst the rest...you put some good quality product out there and make a name for yourself...

Just a thought..

JoefromPGH
12-15-2004, 09:55 AM
Very sad!

Yes, its probably purer because of the "competition." Needle exchange is a must for now but thats just a band aid (albeit an important band aid). In the long run, the only way to solve the problem is to improve education, create more jobs and give people the hope that there is a better world out there. Oh...there also needs to be more money directed at the problem, which is the the users...the hooked. This country will never be able to stop the supply.
When will our politicians learn? Billions of dollars being spent trying to attack the supply side but meaningless dollars being spent on long-term solutions.