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Viagra, a new medicine that helps combat impotence, is being touted as the miracle pill of the millennium. Heavy worldwide demand may make it the biggest-selling drug of all time. Want a prescription?


imageTony Lipari
Age: 31
Resides: Midland Beach, Staten Island
Occupation: Elevator mechanic
Do you or your significant other need this drug? I'm married with two kids. I'd say no. I've already done that route--been married seven years. Now I'm celibate.
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? To enhance my love life? Why not. You never know. Now if I was with another woman, that'd definitely enhance it.
What do you wish there was a pill for? Energy, so I don't have to sleep.
 
imageAndrea Cafarelle
Age: 30
Resides: Hoboken, New Jersey
Occupation: M.B.A. student
Do you or your significant other need this drug? My significant other is six years younger than I am. I don't think he needs it. That's what you have to do, pick the young ones.
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? If it doesn't have significant side effects, it'd be interesting to try out.
Who should pay for it? The individual should. Medical insurance is for life-threatening illnesses.
What do you wish there was a pill for? I would like a pill that would just stop the effects of aging.

imageMel Alvarez
Age: 22
Resides: Bensonhurst, Brooklyn
Occupation: Waiter/dancer/singer
Do you or your significant other need this drug? No.
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? Yeah. I'd take it anyway. I love pills.
Who should pay for it? Individual. It's not a medical thing.
What do you wish there was a pill for? I wish there was a pot pill. I mean, sometimes you don't like the smoke.
 
imageMichael Farbiarz
Age: 24
Resides: New Haven, Connecticut
Occupation: Law student
Do you or your significant other need this drug? I don't need it.
Who should pay for it? The insurance companies. If they pay for mental health stuff, they should pay for this.

What do you wish there was a pill for? I'd say something for Patrick Ewing's wrist.

imageRenee Monique Brown
Age: 25
Resides: Park Slope
Occupation: Dancer
Do you or your significant other need this drug? My significant other doesn't need a pill for that.
Who should pay for it? If it's for, like, procreating, the insurance companies should pay. They cover procedures for infertile women. But if it's just for recreational use the individual should pay.
What do you wish there was a pill for? Racial tolerance.
 
imageElliot Fruhschien
Age: 40
Resides: New Jersey
Occupation: Financial analyst
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? No. I don't need anything to enhance my, uh, activity.
Who should pay for it? If it's a medical condition the insurance should pay, but if it's not then the individual.
What do you wish there was a pill for? Be-nicer-to-each-other pill. Especially in this city. Get rid of all the greed.

imageCynthia London
Age: 28
Resides: Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Occupation: Receptionist
Do you or your significant other need this drug? No.
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? If it's not broken, why fix it?
Who should pay for it? If it's something that's been plaguing you for a number of years, insurance should pay for it. But if it's just for your own luxury, you should pay for it.
 
imageLarry Tagarelli
Age: 35
Resides: Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn
Occupation: Carpenter
Do you or your significant other need this drug? I don't need it!
Would you try it to increase your sexual potency? Sure. I'm interested.
Who should pay for it? The insurance companies. It creates happier workers on the job. And so they don't get grief from their wives.
What do you wish there was a pill for? Definitely AIDS.
 
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