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Resource ID: #12126
Subject: Drugs
Source: Village Voice (New York)
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Date: 11-Jul

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Village Voice reports that "Its street name is Special K, so-called after the breakfast cereal. To veterinarians, however, it's better known as ketamine, an anesthetic with short-term, hallucinogenic properties. And despite periodic shortages, it's all the rage in trendy Manhattan nightclubs at the moment.According to some night-crawlers, it's now surpassed Ecstasy in popularity..."

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