5 Misconceptions about Drug Dealers

1.That we are banks.

Just like any other business, we have to manage cash flow and inventories. Most drug dealers thrive on the “velocity” of these transactions. When someone asks for a front, not only has he lost the inventory, but also the money that could come from it NOW. We don’t want to get a FICA score on you to do business. Fuck You and Pay Me should be the mantra; especially when dealing with a retail level consumer.

2.That we are vastly different from any mainstream business.

The goal is to profit.
There are fixed and variable costs. The cost of moving cargo and the cost of electricity has affected all of us. Get ready for pricier pot and booger sugar that ain’t doin’ what it used to.
We do inventory management, accounting, marketing, sales and all kinds of other work like bullshit.

3.Every drug dealer is breaking the law.

Seen your pharmacist lately?

4.We make bank.

There are a lot or “working class” dealers. Ones that are only looking to maintain a lifestyle that the neighbors down the street are achieving. Ones that don’t need big rims, jewels, and champagne.

We appreciate anyone that gets into the game. Do what you do and spend the profits as you see fit.

If a CEO has earned a Ferrari, than so has Mr. Tony Montana down the street. Just don’t be surprised when it’s the family man in the Toyota Camry next to you at the stoplight that has 4 kilos and 50Large in cash in the trunk.

5.Drug Dealers don’t get high on their own own supply.

The profitable, strategic thinking ones don’t, but most due.

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11 Responses to “5 Misconceptions about Drug Dealers”

  1. shawty Says:

    I think that Pharmacists are the worst drug dealers. Although they help a lot of people, they sure do hurt a lot more. :p

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    I think that there are a lot more misconceptions that you need to cover.

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    I have never seen a sober dealer.

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