|Quoting Airlinelover (Reply 4):|
I live north of Sterling Heights.. And I am one of the people in the world who has not ever TRIED drugs, and has no wish to.
|Quoting Airlinelover (Thread starter):|
The suburbs are the places where the drug crackdowns need happening, not in Detroit."
|Quoting Newark777 (Reply 8):|
There is increasing drug use in the suburbs, not just in Detroit, but nearly every suburb of any major city in the nation, and it is because people are coming out of the city to the suburbs, and bringing the drugs with them. The cities are the areas with the ghettos, not the suburbs. Clean up the cities and this wouldn't be a problem
|Quoting Daedaeg (Reply 12):|
Are you serious? You're trying pit the blame on the city for suburban drug use? I use to work in a very bad part of chicago, near an infamous public housing area. I would see tons of people, many of them white surbanites buying crack and the like to feed their habits. I knew they were from the burbs based on the city stickers on their cars and license plates.
People from the burbs have been doing drugs, be it crack or abusing prescription pills long before folks from the city moved there.
|Quoting Newark777 (Reply 14):|
And I lived in a suburb of Newark and Irvington for many years, and my family moved, mainly because people were moving from the city, and crime and drug use went through the roof. You wonder why the suburbanites come into the city? Because that's where the drug dealers live!
|Quoting Superfly (Reply 16):|
These peoples drug addiction didn't start in the "ghetto".
These meth users don't live in big cities and meth labs aren't in the "ghettoe" either.