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New Zealand Bans Cocaine Cowboys 2

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Remember the part in Cocaine Cowboys 2 where some guy declares, "Through practice, I became the Michael Jordan of crack cookers," and then reveals his recipe for making the best crack ever? 


Well, apparently the New Zealand Office of Film and Literature Classification isn't too keen on drug-making instruction and has banned Cocaine Cowboys 2, according to Rakontour's blog

I understand how the sequence might upset people, how people might find it objectionable, but if you Google "how to make crack cocaine," you come up with 1,870,000 results. Maybe the Office of Film and Literature Classification should censor Google as well. Feel free to let the censors know what you think.


New Zealand is asking that the offending sequence be removed; otherwise the rest of the film is just delightful. 

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