Speaking of the DC drug culture, here are a few interesting footnotes. Rayful Edmond III had a drug cartel whose revenue was over $200 million in the DC-area. Name one company whose sales are similar. That’s pretty aw(e)ful. Can you say trickle down Reaganomics?
On to the second shot and another Reagan, even I remember the ubiquitous “Just Say No” message. Never saw this game until now, though. I wonder how it was marketed and who was the target audience. Research shows that the message was not remarkably successful in dissuading kids from trying drugs.

Speaking of the DC drug culture, here are a few interesting footnotes. Rayful Edmond III had a drug cartel whose revenue was over $200 million in the DC-area. Name one company whose sales are similar. That’s pretty aw(e)ful. Can you say trickle down Reaganomics?

On to the second shot and another Reagan, even I remember the ubiquitous “Just Say No” message. Never saw this game until now, though. I wonder how it was marketed and who was the target audience. Research shows that the message was not remarkably successful in dissuading kids from trying drugs.