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crack - June 11th 2009, 06:28 AM

just a simple question how can you tell some one is doing crack?


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Re: crack - June 11th 2009, 02:25 PM

Hmm. Signs of use of crack cocaine are more difficult to spot than signs of snorting or injecting drugs. I did find this, though:

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When a user is on crack, one will notice an increase in talkativeness and energy. The user will discuss grandiose plans or embark on often unachievable projects. When the high wears off, they will become irritable, easily angered and sleep excessively. They usually have no appetite and lose weight quickly. Personal grooming declines.
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Keep an eye out for paraphernalia such as Brillo pads, baking soda, matches, and glass pipes. Also be aware of the use of masking devices such as cough drops or cigarettes. Additionally, their friends may often change or they may stop spending time in public places. Crack use will alter every aspect of the addict's life. Paying attention to these symptoms, signs and warnings can catch crack use from when it starts and hopefully stop it before it creates irreparable damage.
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Re: crack - June 11th 2009, 02:56 PM

Google is your friend dear. From what i've seen of people on crack, it really depends. Some people don't seem much more different on it, and others are all over the place. They may be moderately to extremely paranoid, talking very loudly and fast, their eyes may be blood shot and etc, but that's also common in people who've taken an Amphetamine, Methamphetamine and so on.
   
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Re: crack - June 12th 2009, 02:01 AM

thanks that just made evry thing alot better because now i know for sure that it isn't that...probably just weed


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