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Old 05-23-2013, 03:12 PM
 
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Every city in the US. But if you want more specifics, than, Every little beach town up and down Florida's Atlantic coast. From the biggest cities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. To the small ones like Lake Worth, Riviera Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach. Most of Dade's beach towns are rich, where as Broward and Palm Beach counties have more middle-class/working-class beach towns. Like honestly, the most "common-man" beachtown in Miami-Dade County just might be Miami Beach. Just because tourist of all incomes go there.
Most of the drug problem is in south Florida and west part of Florida.Not really in North part of Florida.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:48 PM
 
Location: Canada
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Crack? Crack is so 80s, who the hell smokes crack.

Say no to crack kids
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Old 05-24-2013, 06:59 AM
 
Location: Toronto
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Crack? Crack is so 80s, who the hell smokes crack.

Say no to crack kids
Lots of people still smoke crack. But heroin and other opiates are becoming very popular in many areas, and not just urban areas. OxyContin got a lot of people in suburban and rural areas addicted to opiates through legit scripts or people sharing their scripts with friends, and then when OC got really expensive, people switched over to junk, which is basically the same thing - slightly more potent, much cheaper, but otherwise the same family of drugs with the same effects. A lot of people use heroin with coke or crack, usually as a speedball or using junk after a crack binge to come down. So there are a lot of poly-substance abusers out there.
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:28 PM
 
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Lots of people still smoke crack. But heroin and other opiates are becoming very popular in many areas, and not just urban areas. OxyContin got a lot of people in suburban and rural areas addicted to opiates through legit scripts or people sharing their scripts with friends, and then when OC got really expensive, people switched over to junk, which is basically the same thing - slightly more potent, much cheaper, but otherwise the same family of drugs with the same effects. A lot of people use heroin with coke or crack, usually as a speedball or using junk after a crack binge to come down. So there are a lot of poly-substance abusers out there.
TOkidd has point above for most part crack use is not what it was in 80's and 90's where you can take a drive in the city and see people smoking crack in public and drug dealers coming up to you.

For most part it not like it was before and not in your face .

It pretty much now that New Orleans , Miami ,Baltimore ,Philly or San Francisco is only city now where you see drug use in public and opening drug dealing public .
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