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Old 04-12-2007, 01:26 PM   #1
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>> Urine test
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>> Like a lot of folks in this state, I have a job. I work, they pay me. I
>> pay my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as they see
>> fit. In order to get that paycheck, I am required to pass a random drug test,which I have no problem with. What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don't have to pass the urine test. Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check, because I have to pass one to earn it for them.
>> Please understand, I have no problem with helping people
>> get back on their feet. I do, on the other hand, have a problem
with helping someone sit on their using my taxes to get high.
>> Could you imagine how much money the state would save if people had
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>> pass a urine test to get a public assistance check.
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Old 04-12-2007, 01:27 PM   #2
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Old 04-12-2007, 01:30 PM   #4
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if you want to know MH's feelings on that click here

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i have a problem with "random" drug tests. if someone ****s up at work, then it's understandable for insurance purposes. but if someone's work is not visibly affected, there's no reason to violate their privacy like this. i don't know how i feel about the welfare thing, i'm pretty anti-drug test. If you Really wanted to stop criminals from wasting your money, or stop crime altogether, we could all just get cameras installed on us with chips tracking our every move. I mean, if you're not breaking any laws you have nothing to worry about right? What's privacy anyways?
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i have a problem with "random" drug tests. if someone ****s up at work, then it's understandable for insurance purposes. but if someone's work is not visibly affected, there's no reason to violate their privacy like this. i don't know how i feel about the welfare thing, i'm pretty anti-drug test. If you Really wanted to stop criminals from wasting your money, or stop crime altogether, we could all just get cameras installed on us with chips tracking our every move. I mean, if you're not breaking any laws you have nothing to worry about right? What's privacy anyways?
well hello fello sativa enthusist.....i also rebell against the drug screen thing

i got the test down pad....but how do you beat the spit test....yea now they have us putting a swab in our mouths and testing on the spot......what to buy a barely used wizanator?
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ok just for the record....pot isnt a drug..... gave us all seed bearing plants

crack,meth ect is what i am talking about.....

how many accidents are caused solely from smoking weed? also there has never been an overdose of thc no matter of age from 1 to 100

i think weed is much better than alcohol.....my .02
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well hello fello sativa enthusist.....i also rebell against the drug screen thing

i got the test down pad....but how do you beat the spit test....yea now they have us putting a swab in our mouths and testing on the spot......what to buy a barely used wizanator?
hello
no idea about spit tests. try spitting in their face instead:dontknow:
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i think weed is much better than alcohol.....my .02
Not much of a weed smoker but I actually am wit you on that

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i've got 2 family members dying from alcohol/tobacco combined for both of them. my dad's an ex-alcoholic. i've been around a lot of drug users from all different kinds of drugs and alcoholics are probably up there with the worst. not all of them are bad, but not all crackheads are bad either.
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i have a problem with "random" drug tests. if someone ****s up at work, then it's understandable for insurance purposes. but if someone's work is not visibly affected, there's no reason to violate their privacy like this. i don't know how i feel about the welfare thing, i'm pretty anti-drug test. If you Really wanted to stop criminals from wasting your money, or stop crime altogether, we could all just get cameras installed on us with chips tracking our every move. I mean, if you're not breaking any laws you have nothing to worry about right? What's privacy anyways?
I have to disagree on this one. I've been through the whole drug scene and when I came to my senses I realized that most of them are just a waste of time, money, and lives. I was engaged to a meth addict and he made my life a big pile of . I've had friends killed over drugs. I've had my stuff pawned by friends for drugs. I, myself, have lied to friends and family over drugs (never stole, though...thats not how I roll). I've been ripped off, cheated on, stole from FOR DRUGS. I do have to admit, though, there are some people who are sacks of regardless of what they're smoking but the drugs magnify their dishonest personalities. One thing that I love about the campus I live on is that I don't have to EVER hear about ****ing drugs or druggies...it's drama free and wonderful and I LOVE IT. All of the previous aside, though, a company usually only drug tests their employees because the employees are performing functions that are better done sober (ie, driving work vehicles, operating machinery, computer work). Ok, maybe you practice a little recreational substance abuse at home in your free time. whatever. at least be smart enough to cover up your own tracks. I've never failed a drug test and I've been tested randomly tons of times. there are ways around the system, you know, and if you're not concerned enough about your job to figure them out then find a new one. /end of rant.
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i've got 2 family members dying from alcohol/tobacco combined for both of them. my dad's an ex-alcoholic. i've been around a lot of drug users from all different kinds of drugs and alcoholics are probably up there with the worst. not all of them are bad, but not all crackheads are bad either.
tobacco= bad

but I can handle alcoholics, they're cake to methamphetamine abusers....trust me
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well hello fello sativa enthusist.....i also rebell against the drug screen thing

i got the test down pad....but how do you beat the spit test....yea now they have us putting a swab in our mouths and testing on the spot......what to buy a barely used wizanator?
Mouth wash and mints....

the spit test are cheaper and easier than tests..... and by being cheaper, I also mean less effective....

mouth wash and mints. (I know several people who have done this)
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Mouth wash and mints....

the spit test are cheaper and easier than tests..... and by being cheaper, I also mean less effective....

mouth wash and mints. (I know several people who have done this)
tested and true....listerine right before you go in does the trick
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