The Cocaine Cowboys.

This is the true story of Miami's wild west style cocaine gold rush in the late '70s early '80s. Jan Hammer - the guy who wrote Crockett's Theme for the Miami Vice series - did the soundtrack.

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(Thanks to CBC’s The Hour for this clip.)

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um.. no. the guy just fucked up.
i don't think when you go to court they can try you for an amount of baking soda 'they think you may add'. I can't believe i have to tell you this. I hope the last 4 ears made you wiser :P
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Well, if he was talking about pure cocaine, chances are it would be half as pure when hitting the consumers. Hence the 10 tonnes. He does sound silly not mentioning that though.
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"... 1,000 Kilos, which is a tonne of cocaine, to 5,000 Kilos, which is 10 tonnes of cocaine!"

erm... anyone want to explain to me how that makes any sense?
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