Hippies have been known to smoke weed, take LSD and other hallucinogenic substances. Ecstasy is party drug for love and lust. Students can be counted on for binge drinking and being stoners, too. Homeless people will be scrambling for crack, and heroin is the drug of those hopeless people who are in movies the sad case and in real life are all sorts of people falling pray, hard. These are the stereotypes as I took them in, so to speak, and as I saw indeed major trends. Cocaine, though, is an interesting subject. Which has been associated with young people and parties, sure, but also a lot with business people (wolf of wall street, anyone?) and politicians. The "high performance, high ego" drug. What do you think are the reasons that this is the to-go drug for such a specific "high power" group of people? The feeling of even more power? The clear-mind sort of effect? How would one go about recognizing signs of cocaine use in those high power people? My partner often sees people and say, "Clear, this one is on coke, look at the face and the expression", but I have no experience with this and often feel like he exaggerates. Do you think we should randomly test politicians and CEOs for this? Do you think anyone should lose their job if they're found to have used?