When it comes to drugs Australians go first class
Heroin is for thieving junkies who eventually end up slumped dead in a toilet stall, a needle sticking out their arms. Meth is a hillbilly drug that rots out your teeth. Crack is so 1980s. Cocaine on the other hand is for high rollers who snort it through rolled up $100 notes in the back of limos:
In the US a kilo of cocaine is worth about $35,000, but here the street price is a staggering $190,000 a kilo.
How's that for a novel measure of the economy? In your face, America.