Apr 22 2005, 12:44 PM
It's about time a bunch of indie movie makers got together and made a documentary tracing cocaines route from South America, to the CIA and onto the 'hoods of the US. I mean, everybody even slightly interested in the subject knows that the US government launders the stuff like fuck, why the hell hasn't someone already exposed this yet? A Farenheit 9/11 type flick showing this and breaking into the mainstream could blow the fuck out of those CIA motherfuckers.
Apr 22 2005, 03:32 PM
Cocaine's a helluva drug.
(I'm sorry. It's lame. I agree wif you, such a documentary could answer a lot of questions. Didn't some journalist die doing something like that?)
Apr 23 2005, 01:41 AM
that would be cool
but for once how about a movie documatery not based around the usa which is only 4% of the world population how about somthing eles for the rest of us. I am so boared of the us type of decomater. things like bowling for commlbine year the good but i want somthing not based in the usa now.
Apr 23 2005, 07:37 AM
three kids in my school just got kicked out for coke. they were seniors
Apr 23 2005, 09:01 AM
one of my very good friends died in a car wreck on coke, and he only did it like twice.
doing coke is like playing russian roulette because the shit you never know what it is really.. its either very potent, or not potent at all, and it could be crossed with other shit, theres a very good chance that each time you do it could be you're last time.
Apr 27 2005, 11:04 AM
Doing coke is like standing on the necks of dirt poor Latin American farmers just because you can, it's like shitting all over the 3rd world and the 'hoods of the US just because you can afford to, it's like sticking your pussy middle class head into the flames of poverty and oppression and breathing smoke just because you don't work to the barrel of a gun.
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