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A blast from the past — can’t remember where I saw it recently. Enjoy.
Undercover Cop Never Knew Selling Drugs Was Such Hard Work

Rick Bastone, 31, an officer with Philadelphia’s 23rd Precinct, has gained newfound respect for America’s hard-working drug dealers ever since going undercover to sell narcotics.
“I had no idea how tough this was,” said Bastone, standing on a dilapidated corner in 20-degree weather while awaiting a cocaine drop-off Monday. “I guess I imagined it being like in the movies: drinking champagne, hot-tubbing with honeys, and cruising in customized Escalades while watching the cash roll in. But here I am, freezing my ass off. I’ve got to say, these drug-dealing scumbags really earn their pay.”

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