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(Times Union)   Convicted Ponzi schemer and caffiene addict writes a letter to the judge who convicted him. Blames TGIFridays for his problems and wishes he was a drug user so he could get a shorter prison sentence. Is caffiene a drug?   ( timesunion.com) divider line
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2012-10-10 12:42:18 PM  
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The English empire was first and foremost a mechanism to secure the English their most treasured drug in the form of tea. Yes caffeine is a drug.
2012-10-10 11:43:44 AM  
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He's right about one thing: an inmate can get time off of a federal prison sentence if he is accepted into, and completes, a drug treatment program while incarcerated. This option is obviously available only to those with a history of drug abuse. So, theoretically, a drug abuser can spend less time in prison for the same crime than someone who does not abuse drugs.

I'm still not able to generate any sympathy for this guy.
2012-10-10 11:34:43 AM  
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I'm not sure about "caffiene", but I'm pretty sure caffeine is a drug.
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