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Apparently if you are rich enough, then you don't actually go to rehab, you go to detox. Denzel Washington just completed a two week stay at a facility where he was not allowed to drink booze or take drugs which his publicist calls detox. The rest of us would call it rehab. Apparently Denzel partied really hard on vacation for a month. That is another sign you probably have a lot of money. A month long vacation. Oh, and he partied on a yacht. Yes, yet another sign you are probably rich. What is the difference between rehab and a detox facility? If you need to go to someplace to keep yourself from drinking, then to me that says rehab. If you put yourself on a cleanse at your house for two weeks, then that is what I call detox. If he had gone for 30 days instead of two weeks I think everyone would call it rehab. Is it just because he only went for two weeks that we are willing to buy the whole detox story? When you have two families, how do you choose which family to take on vacation with you?
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