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The child-soldiers of Sierra Leone, coerced into violence by the older men who kidnapped them, were often given doses of "brown-brown," a dangerous cocktail of gunpowder and cocaine.
Ecstasy is quickly becoming the Oakland street wars 'own version of brown-brown.
“He and other soldiers smoked marijuana and sniffed amphetamines and ‘brown-brown’, a mix of cocaine and gunpowder.”
The government army fueled his rage with "Rambo" movies and drugs like brown-brown, a mixture of cocaine and gun powder.
KAYE: Ishmael was forced to use marijuana and brown-brown, a mix of cocaine and gun powder, which kicks it up a notch.
It was still a brown, but a real brown-brown, darker than I was.
There is one chance of brown-brown, two chances of brown-blue, and one chance of blue-blue.
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