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FDA to recall all US Money – harmful traces found

US Money Laced With Cocaine

FDA testing has revealed that US money contains trace amounts of cocaine and is planning a complete ban on all cash in order to protect Americans from possible adverse health effects.
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via: E-Cigarette Forum

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4 comments for “FDA to recall all US Money – harmful traces found”

  1. you tard… stop contaminating our bills

    Posted by Kalcode | October 10, 2009, 12:41 pm
  2. This has to be a joke!! The other option is that this comes from some of the paranoid/psychotic babble of radio talk shows!! Anyone who has sense will disregard this nonsense!! If you(whomever posted this nonsense)believe it, why don’t you send all your cash back to the government/US treasury?? Or better yet, send it to me!! I’ll gladly take it, I’m not scared! (Ha! Ha!)

    Posted by Roxanne Giovanni | December 8, 2009, 8:36 am
  3. Oddly enough, he/she has at least part of it right. The Treasury Department came out with the fact that “75-85% of all 100 dollar bills have cocaine residue on them”. Well duh!!! Who wants to do a line with a $5 bill. Just doesn’t feel the same. Umm, or so I’ve been told. ;-)

    Posted by Mark Adams | March 4, 2010, 4:32 pm
  4. It is true that most of the U.S. paper currency has trace amounts of cocaine on it. the DEA has used this as justification to confiscate money from people at random. I read an article once that explained about an 80 year old woman who had her life savings confiscated at an airport because of a drug sniffing dog. The DEA is well aware that money has trace amounts of cocaine residue and any money in their own pockets would be sniffed out by the dogs as well but they are not going to give up their money, only steal from others.
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    Posted by Aaron | March 24, 2010, 10:55 am

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