Canada Distributing Vials of Smiles with Their Crack Pipe Vending Machine

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Canada is known for their healthcare system and how they like to take care of their citizens. Apparently no one falls through the cracks, excuse the pun, in the Great White North.

A non-profit organization in Vancouver has installed two vending machines that distribute crack pipes for $0.25 cents a pop to help cut down on the spread of Hepatitis C and HIV.

How thoughtful.

According to this Time.com article, the machines hold 200 pipes and are refilled every five days. They even cater to the fashion conscious crack head by offering polka-dotted paraphernalia.

There you have it, World. The Canadian Red Box.

Florida and Ohio couldn’t even dream this one up.

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rodzilla
rodzilla

What kind of a smarta** headline is that? As you explained, the purpose of this project is to try to reduce the financial burden of treating diseases on the taxpayer. Which, according to my paycheck, I am. Your story makes it sound as if the entire city of Vancouver is on one big crack binge.