Assigned Reading: U.S. Banknotes Show Cocaine Traces
Come on. I don’t care who you are — that’s funny right there.
All kidding aside, this item–reported yesterday–isn’t really news. A study in 1985 by the Miami Herald showed that most bills did in fact test positive for traces of the drug. Interestingly enough, $20 bills collected from an archbishop, a former Miss America, Jeb Bush–then the son of the sitting vice president–and a Dade County State Attorney named Janet Reno were among those which tested positive.