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    • Been a little longer than the 70's since it had crack ): probably good though, I'm highly allergic to cocaine
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    • 1890s not 1970s fucking dumbass
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    • In 1886 coke had real coke cane in it until 1903
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    • In 1903 coca cola removed cocaine from there drink
      Candenese 29 jul
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    • More like the 1870's
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    • I'm from the year 3029. Cats still don't know that they can get their claws unstuck simply by pushing forwards instead of yanking back.
      Nyororo 3 aug
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    • Crack hasn’t been in it since the 40s
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    • Cocaine and crack are kinda different. Cocaine is much more pure and can be a decent experience. Crack is full of fillers and can be very dangerous. Not saying cocaine isn't, it's just better quality.
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    • 1970s? You mean 1800s?
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    • More like 1890's. When funny enough it was used as an anti depressant and viagra hybrid drug
      ImoralJ 30 jul
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    • It had coca extract from coca leaves, not actual cocaine you retarded degenerates
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    • I think you mean 1870s
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    • You mean like the 1870s
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    • They probably meant 1870s
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    • “Back in your granny’s day they did ten times the work that you spoiled brats do now.” Yeah, and back in my granny’s day they put crack in drinks too
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    • Friendly reminder that the illegalization of many "harmful" drugs was due to politicians fear mongering against "drug fiend" minorities
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    • They took cocaine out of the mix in 1910
      ibbenny95 30 jul
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    • man i hate cocaine, but i sure do like the smell of it.
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    • Slash isn’t real?
      SnappyDog 30 jul
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    • Crack and cocaine are two different things , Coca Cola has never had crack , it have a small amount of cocaine but not in the 1970s
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    • I’m pretty sure they got rid of it before the 70s
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    • crαck вαвч вαѕkєtвαll íѕ αn єхtrєmє ѕpσrt
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    • Lmao 1970s? Yeah sure I’m positive crack was in coke when Nixon started the drug war.
      ImNotDead 29 jul
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    • They stopped using cocaine in the early 1900s or even late 1800s
      Garfnic 29 jul
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    • Ifunny is seriously back on its comment policing bullshit again apparently i cant say “1870s*”
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    • you mean 1890’s
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    • It was the early 1900s when they had cocaine in it.. the 70s? Gtfo
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    • PeachJam 29 jul
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    • Its only had the coca leaf, and that was taken out in the 30s
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    • 1903 yall
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    • Cocaine and crack are not the same. Yall just aint never seen nothing but re-rock
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    • It wasn’t the 70s but ok
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    • Coca-Cola actually never contained cocaine as we would think of it. They used coca leaves. Cocaine is made out of coca leaves and a ton of chemicals like fuel and acids, but Coca-Cola just used mashed coca leaves. Aint like they were throwing bricks of cocaine into the vats.
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    • OGCatMan 31 jul
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    • Just a lil bit of crackage
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    • Crack is crystalized coke, coke is a powder. The soda company used a defined heavily concentrated version if the powder.
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    • Crack baby athletic association
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    • This episode is a classic
      mds6103 31 jul
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    • Journalist: "What's in your coke that makes it taste so good!?" Coke rep: "....coke."
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    • Nobody knew this thank you so much for the insight.
      fukitman 30 jul
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    • Let's not forget about actual cocaine
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    • Crack and cocaine are different
      Jorkle 30 jul
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    • Try the 1870s
      jasonll94 30 jul
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    • Coke makes my nose bleed...
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    • What kind of fucking retard thinks cocaine was legal in the 70s?
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    • "KFC gravy and McDonald's fries. The Canadians call this 'poutine'"
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    • Crack and cocaine are technically different in how they are consumed and have different effects.
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    • Anyone else curious how the original Coca-Cola tasted
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    • "So, what makes Coke so good?" "Well... It's in the name."
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    • RC_Cola05 29 jul
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    • It was cocaine not crack. I'm sure that's why people are addicted to soda.
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    • They completely riddled of the cocaine in 1929 and reduced it a lot up to that point
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    • It was late 19th century not 1970s
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    • Crack and cocaine are different
      kamcade 29 jul
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    • it was cocaine not crack
      X_tek 29 jul
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    • There hasn’t been cocaine in it since 1903
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    • But they took cocaine out of it in the 1920s because of public pressure
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    • Coke never had crack it had cocaine in it, while crack is made from cocaine its still different chemically
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    • Try 1889
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    • Crack baby basketball association
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    • That’s a nice pfp
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    • Probably meant 1870s
      koolbeen 29 jul
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    • It's not crack, its coca powder... which would be cocaine. Hence the Coca in Coca Cola. And the rest was brewed with the Kola nut.
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    • Ppl got no understanding of time
      tarot 29 jul
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    • Maybe the 1800s.
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    • What 1870s?
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    • Wasn’t crack and wasn’t the 70s
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    • They stopped using cocaine in the late 1800s-early 1900s.
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    • Suzuha 29 jul
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    • You mean 1870s?
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    • Coca Cola never contained cocaine in its refined form. It contained the leaf that’s used to make cocaine.
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    • No, they discontinued the version with crack/cocaine in 1953
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    • The 70’s? Really?
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    • No second tc? Hold my beer
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    • Just a smidge is all
      N8rtots 29 jul
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    • Not the fucking 70s
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    • I want old coke.
      vulpyd 29 jul
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    • *Late 1800s to early 1900s
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      nigurrr 29 jul
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    • pee pee top comment inoone*
      poopie 29 jul
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    • And coke
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    • It was actually cocain
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    • 1910s maybe
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