A million years ago, when I lived in West Marin, I knew a drug dealer. Or two. (Didn’t we all?) One drove a battered Volvo and paid for everything in cash bundled in a briefcase in the trunk. Another lived in an Airstream on a friend’s ranch, where he hosted barbecues: free food and booze, with

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