Cocaine On Money

Just say no… to money? Perhaps that should be the new anti-drug slogan. A new report showed that “90 percent of paper money circulating in U.S. cities contains traces of cocaine.” When I first heard this, I thought, “no way!” Of course, now that I think about it, it makes complete sense.

First of all, today very little is done with cash. Drug deals, last I heard, still used cash. So it makes sense that there would be a higher count of cocaine than other germs on money. But lest you think cocaine is the only thing found on bills, think again. The average bill has many different types of debris on it, including dirt, food, or germs.
Incidentally, the average bill stays in circulation for 20 months. The most bills with cocaine on them included the $5, $10, $20, …

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