I am by nature a dealer in words, and words are the most powerful drug known to humanity.— Rudyard Kipling
Practical Drug Dealers quotations
Time is a drug. Too much of it kills you.
How can there be peace when drunkards, drug dealers, communists, atheists, New Age worshipers of Satan, secular humanists, oppressive dictators, greedy money changers, revolutionary assassins, adulterers, and homosexuals are on top?
Only drug dealers and software companies call their customers 'users'
A strong positive mental attitude will create more miracles than any wonder drug.
Beware the Four Horsemen of the Information Apocalypse: terrorists, drug dealers, kidnappers, and child pornographers. Seems like you can scare any public into allowing the government to do anything with those four.
I don't think anyone's ever thought I was a drug dealer.
I love my fed-ex guy cause he's a drug dealer and he don't even know it...and he's always on time.
I don't do drugs, I am drugs.
I respect a system that says we're going to put every bit of pressure on anybody we have to put it on to get to the drug dealer who is bringing his poison into the country.
If you had a magic wand today, and you had one wish - to wipe out all the drug dealers, take them all off the streets and put them in jail, no trial, everybody who sold drugs would automatically be convicted. You know what's going to happen? There's going to be new ones. Why? Because the drug users are going to create them.
[T]he truth is that drug addicts have a disease.
It only takes a short time in the streets to realize that out-of-control addiction is a medical problem, not a form of recreational or criminal behavior. And the more society treats drug addiction as a crime, the more money drug dealers will make "relieving" the suffering of the addicts.
I don't do drugs, I am drugs !
Drug dealer buy Jordans, crackhead buy crack. And a white man get paid off of all of that.
I am surprised that many people disregard the fact that the end for almost all drug dealers ends up being the cemetery or the jail cell, we do not know of any case where a drug dealer has "retired"
I've played drug dealers, all my life.
I've made a career of killing people and playing all kinds of killers. The violence and drugs is portrayed in exaggeration. This is fiction. That is how I looked at it. And, sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Just open a newspaper.
The drug dealers, they sympathize with me. They see me as some sort of pathetic character.
There seems to be no stopping drug frenzy once it takes hold of a nation.
What starts with an innocuous HUGS, NOT DRUGS bumper sticker soon leads to wild talk of shooting dealers and making urine tests a condition for employment -- anywhere.
I don't like perpetuating the stereotype of black males being drug dealers, and criminals.
You know what? I’m sure drug dealers on the street, in some way, they are making money. That’s what I equate it to. Here is the thing: you have to understand, with psychiatry, there is no science behind it. And to pretend that there is a science behind it is criminal
When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending the best.
The money paid at consumption is paid by everybody, including illegals, prostitutes, pimps, drug dealers.
I was prosecutor for 18 years. I was threatened by drug dealers, murders, and organized crime. This was a walk in the park.
I was a drug dealer in Ibiza at 15. I did not excel in drug dealing - I was terrible at it. Golden rule with drug dealing - don't get too enthusiastic with your own merchandise.
I do get scared about the physical danger from drug dealers.
But it's not in the same league as the danger I feel eating an $80 lunch with my privileged friends to discuss hunger and poverty. That's when my soul feels imperiled.
If you are an approval addict, your behaviour is as easy to control as that of any other junkie. All a manipulator need do is a simple two-step process: Give you what you crave, and then threaten to take it away. Every drug dealer in the world plays this game.
If you ask me, we could do with a little less motivation.
- The people who are causing all the trouble seem highly motivated to me. - Serial killers, stock swindlers, drug dealers, Christian Republicans.
I remember reading scripts when I started in the business, and [Latino roles] were either nonexistent or written as the maid or a drug dealer. We're no longer just that. I'll play any part that challenges me. What's important is that all races have choices.
Is he Catholic?" her grandmother asked on the way out.
He's a drug dealer -- so if he is religious, he's got incredible powers of reconciliation. "He looks like a good boy," her vovo said over her shoulder. "A good Catholic boy." And that was that -- for now.
It's a shame to see drug dealers enter and leave the United States as if nothing in addition to those that purchase weapons and firearms.
First, you have stereotypes, and that will be the black drug dealer, the east Asian kung fu master, the Middle Eastern terrorist in 'True Lies.' Then you have stuff that takes place on culturally specific terrain, that engages with it, but actually subverts assumptions. 'Smashes' stereotypes. That's where I've come into the game.
So much for the crusade against drugs .
. . all America is actually doing is consolidating its position as the biggest dealer in addictive and lethal substances on the planet, waging war on all rivals, whether they take the form of the Thai domestic tobacco industry or the Colombian cocaine cartels.
When we meet, I'm interested and I'm curious about what he's doing because he's burning a number from a client. And I'm like, 'Who is this?' and my girlfriend's like, 'That's a drug dealer. Stay away from him.'
Rico Gear. What a great-sounding name. He sounds like a drug dealer from Brazil.
When we finally decide that drug prohibition has been no more successful than alcohol prohibition, the drug dealers will disappear.
The only things that were available to me were either be a laborer or be a drug dealer. So I became an armed robber. It was a lot simpler.
Wouldn't you rather your kid be a drug dealer than a drug addict?
Russell Brand has announced that he plans to write a series of children's books.
First up: 'Horton Hears a Heroin Dealer.'
I knew there was never anyone to blame when people get into drugs.
They're always responsible for their own behavior, and it's not the dealer, it's not the friend, it's not the bad influence, it's not the childhood.