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TEK - Making Crack Cocaine With Alcohol?

Discussion in 'Cocaine & Crack' started by NoobDude, Sep 25, 2009.

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  1. NoobDude

    NoobDude

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    Swim would like to know if it's possible to make crack while mixing in Alcohol (liqour) into the making process. Also if the water in the process could be replaced with alcohol? Would the crack cocaine be more potent or would the whole thing just be a waste of time. I know about the dangers of mixing cocaine and alcohol but would it still apply in this sense?
     
  2. chinpokomaster

    chinpokomaster Palladium Member

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    Are you serious? Do you know what happens when you directly apply a flame to alcohol?

    WHOOSH.
     
  3. BlueCoyote

    BlueCoyote Newbie

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    This has to be a troll and this thread should probably be closed.
     
  4. Benga

    Benga Platinum Member & Advisor

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    or a foolish one.
    as such

    closed
     
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