We’re all familiar with the old adage that ‘everybody has a drug problem.’
But what if it’s not the drugs, but the people who use them?
And what if that problem isn’t necessarily the drug, but a person who is addicted to it?
We talked to the people behind some of the most infamous, yet fascinating, drugs in history.
It turns out that not all addicts are bad people, and not everyone is addicted.
Here are some of their stories.
The Lost Brothers in Brooklyn in the 1950s.
The Lost Brothers were a group of five brothers who used to run a diner in the Bronx, and their favorite pastime was to have drinks.
When a customer got too drunk, the Lost Brothers would just get up and go to the next table.
Their father was a barman, so he always had some money to spare for a special occasion, like a birthday party.
The boys, who were all in their 20s, had a lot of money.
One day, however, one of the Lost Boys decided that the money was better spent on some booze.
So he and the other Lost Boys all got into a fight.
The bartender and the bartender’s son came up with a plan to get rid of the lost boys by getting them to rob the other guys at a nearby bar.
The boy who stole the bar’s beer was a tough guy.
The other Lost Boy was a soft-spoken kid, so the other boy took his place.
When the bar owner and the barman’s son realized that the Lost Boy had taken the bar man’s beer, they called the police.
The cops showed up and arrested the Lost boys for robbery.
The next day, they were taken to the police station, where the police officers had the Lost brothers handcuffed and taken into custody.
Two days later, the police took the Lost boy to the station to testify against his friend, who was being tried for robbing a bar.
When they returned, they discovered that the police had a recording of the boys telling the police how they were going to rob him, and they had the recording taken away.
When police brought the Lost sons back to the place where the bar was, they told them that they had already arrested the bar manager and the manager’s son.
The bar owner told them to go back to jail.
They got arrested, too, and both of them spent several months in jail.
But after a while, the bar owners son told them about the Lost’s story.
So they decided to take him into custody and bring him to court.
The police wanted to get the Lost Sons brother and his friends into the police department, and so the Lost Bros brother and the Lost Girl’s brother were put into the station together.
The officers wanted to put the Lost girls in jail, too.
So the police went to the Lost Girls house and told them where the Lost Kids were.
The girls ran out of the house and hid, while the boys went back to their home in the middle of the night.
When two detectives came back at 8 a.m. to the house, the girls had already been found, and the boys were being taken to jail for their involvement in the Losts robbery.
They told the detectives that the bar managers son had been the one who took the bar-owner’s beer.
The detectives wanted to bring the Lost Sisters to trial.
The lawyers had to decide whether the Lost sisters should go to trial or be let go.
They had to consider whether the crime had been committed by the Lost brother, the boy who had been caught stealing, or the Lost girl.
So all of the lawyers decided that all of them should go, because the Lost sister had been involved.
The ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Girls in the 1960s.
The Honey Boo Boo Girls were a small group of girls who used drugs and alcohol.
They were popular in the area, and everyone knew them.
The group was so popular that a few girls would go out to the movies, dance at nightclubs, and go out for drinks.
One of the girls, Sally, was a real-life prostitute.
Her boyfriend was a police officer, and he used to give her a ride home from the movie theaters.
But Sally was always very drunk.
When Sally got home, her boyfriend was standing in her living room, waiting for her to wake up.
Sally was so drunk that she couldn’t recognize him.
So she walked out into the hall, and her boyfriend saw her.
He started to cry.
He told Sally to call her mother.
She told her mother, and then Sally called her mother again.
And the next day Sally called the cops.
She was arrested for prostitution and later pleaded guilty to a felony, but she was released from prison after serving just one day in jail in the community.
The Mule Sisters in the 1980s.
These Mule Girls were an elite group of