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Red and Blue lights flashing a loud siren whaling people scattering away to get away from the flashing lights like a dog chasing away a herd of cattle This is the stereotypical life of a drug dealer This is what drug dealers so call work Work meaning a job where money is made selling drugs to whoever chooses to buy their products It is hard to differentiate which is worse the causes or effects of selling drugs The causes of selling drugs are the desperate need for money in most cases They think they can get rich overnight and that will solve their problems Most of the ghetto drug dealers happen to grow up in that type environment all their life and they tend to pick it up Selling is believed by the drug dealers as the easiest and quickest way to make money It has become a trend for some people Selling may be easy and fast but it carries many consequences in return The grave effects of selling drugs is being killed in Drug War battles of drug dealers sometimes innocent by-standards can be harmed It may also harm the drug dealers themselves If they get caught in possession of the drug they will get a maximum of 30 years depending on how much is in possession and that is a long and hard time to think about what they had done Drug Dealing can be the addiction and cause addiction to drugs It may be harder to quit taking the drugs and dealing because you get addicted to the work and products than it is to get started Most people start off saying I wont get caught I know what Im doing but are always the ones that get caught and theyre always the ones in jail serving time Sometimes the business in selling doesnt always go methodically efficient but on a good day they may make 300 easily but on a
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