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Cracked Tales Of Cocaine On Wall Street

Wall Streeters work long hours doing tedious work for demanding bosses — but they love to party. What to do? Enter the Street's underground (or not) obsession with the white powder, cocaine. It's expensive, it's glamorous, and it gives you the synthetic energy to party all night long. Problem is, love has turned into legend because not only does coke have a luxe mystique, but it's also totally addictive and illegal.
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