I tell him Harold Simms called Daddy a killer crackhead
Now she's languishing in prison with crackheads
and violent criminals."
"And I'd like to sarcastically thank the crackheads
around here for doing this to me."
'They were just a couple of crackheads
and my mates ran out and subdued them very quickly.
would gatecrash the homes of elderly and vulnerable tenants to take their fix.
Well, I suspect her glittering, golden world is about to come crashing down around her ears now because, if he's got any sense, Jefferson Hack, the father of their daughter Lila, will launch a custody battle to get his little girl away from his ex and all the crackheads
she chooses to hang around with.
Last year he cooked and ate a fox to draw attention to the plight of 'crackheads
He's happy though that Rawhide is setting an example while readily admitting that in the interval smokers in the audience rush outside ``like crackheads
'' to light up.
Maybe we can find a place in a high crime area with crackheads
. The question is, can we turn crackheads
But it is becoming a drug controlled by violent, professional drug traffickers, who routinely mix the drug with more dangerous, addictive--and, hence, profitable--substances, and who aim to convert today's Ecstasy users into tomorrow's crackheads
, to turn Ecstasy into what it has not yet become: A gateway drug.
He writes of having "almost killed somebody" named Red over drugs; or buying a home in Brooklyn where the drug scene was so blatant that crackheads
would knock on his door asking if he wanted a hit of the pipe.
Future presidential candidate Phil Gramm's (R-Tex.) cry that welfare recipients must "get out of the cart and help the rest of us push" found resonance at the time in a public official's claim that "you can't expect the hard-working people of suburban Chicago to go into the same health care alliance as the crackheads
in Chicago." Although this harsh rhetoric contributed to the demise of the President's bill, through his unwillingness or inability to focus on one or two key pieces of legislation, the President ultimately laid the framework for its defeat.
A judge in Las Vegas made the ruling after a preliminary hearing at which a lawyer claimed the case was based on the accounts of "crackheads
and groupies and pimps".
"For single mothers everywhere in love with crackheads
, you are a shining light of hope," he says.
'The stories are about how violent and frightening London has become, and in Jack and Tony we have two cops tough enough to put the gun-toting crackheads
where they belong - in jail.'