Citation: ganjman. "White Greed: An Experience with Cocaine (exp24810)". Erowid.org. Jun 27, 2003. erowid.org/exp/24810
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Im not going to give a normal trip report about coke. You can read about what it does to you and how 'great' it makes you feel all over. Im gonna tell you about how i think this drug is evil.
First off let me start by saying im in no way anti-drug. I have experimented with a wide variety of substances and am a daily smoker of marijuana. When i first tried coke about a year and a half ago i thought it was real fun. I did it every couple weeks, each time doing no more than a gram in a night, usually a lot less.
I started noticing how my friends were and how i was when we got around it. If me or any of us saw a rock or something thats the only thing we could think about. We get all excited and we just wanna grab all the money out of your pockets and waste it all.
A couple weeks ago my friend decided to steal a gram from some kid. Me and a few other people were in the car and we had no idea what was happening till he showed us. He had already done some that night and wanted more so i guess he figured he'd just jack some. Well last night i went over to my 'friends' house and got jumped by 4 people i thought were my friends because they thought i was involved in it somehow.
Coke brings out the worst in people. It is so expensive and makes people feel so good that some people will do anything to get more without thinking about the consequences. With many drugs such as marijuana i believe there are positive aspects to them. This is not the case with coke. Coke may seem good and fun but underneath that front is an evil thing. Look how many people have died from the greed involved with cocaine and the drug war. Its just not worth it. This never would have happened with anything else but coke.
Im never touching it again and im not telling any of you to do the same but be smart.
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