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(Boston Herald)   Working in a state drug testing lab means never having to say "I'm out of cocaine"   (bostonherald.com) divider line 7
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2013-01-21 05:23:57 PM  
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FunkOut: semiotix:

Don't get me wrong, pharmacist Farkers, I'm not saying you're druggies. I just cannot figure out how it's possible that you're not.

Especially when they're allowed to eat any pills that fall on the floor.


I suspect they drug test them enough and take careful inventories so unless it's just a pill here or there they'll probably get busted eventually.

I'm sure even expired pills of a certain schedule have special procedures. I doubt they just toss them in the dumpster.
2013-01-21 03:35:27 PM  
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Yes, it is kind of that a state drug tester might end up addicted to drugs. But I could also see how someone with no interest in taking drugs might end up in that job. The qualifications to be a drug tester are, what, a master's in organic chemistry or some such? So nobody trains specifically to get that job.

Pharmacists, on the other hand... I've never understood how every last farking one of them is not in the business solely to take drugs. And I don't mean "got bored and started sampling one day." I mean, "this acceptance letter to pharmacy school means Phase One of the plan has commenced."

Don't get me wrong, pharmacist Farkers, I'm not saying you're druggies. I just cannot figure out how it's possible that you're not.
2013-01-21 03:22:32 PM  
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Vectron: J.Shelby: Talking to my then-GF (ER doc) about how cocaine and heroin were once over-the-counter drugs, and I mention, "At least they sure worked," and she says, "They still do." She tells me how she used a heroin inhaler in the ER, mostly on kids in a lot of pain from bad fractures (bendys, she calls 'em) and such.

"Do you tell the parents you're giving their kid heroin?!?"
"Oh no, we call it diamorphine." Uh huh.


"Mommy, I need to back to the emergency room....really, really bad"


"I'll suck your dick if you break my arm!"
2013-01-21 03:08:46 PM  
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Talking to my then-GF (ER doc) about how cocaine and heroin were once over-the-counter drugs, and I mention, "At least they sure worked," and she says, "They still do." She tells me how she used a heroin inhaler in the ER, mostly on kids in a lot of pain from bad fractures (bendys, she calls 'em) and such.

"Do you tell the parents you're giving their kid heroin?!?"
"Oh no, we call it diamorphine." Uh huh.
2013-01-21 03:04:10 PM  
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drayno76: Bondith: The worst thing about these scandals is that they managed to get chemistry jobs.

/stuck in grad school and bitter as pure quinine.

Grad Chemists have the BEST drugs, iirc. I knew one in college who regularly made amazing LSD, last I heard was making MDMA in the lab as well. Live it up while you can man, pretty soon you'll have far greater controls over you.


I'm an inorganic chemist, and not a very good one at that. My talents lie more in teaching than synthesis.
2013-01-21 02:52:57 PM  
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If he worked the Night Shift at the morgue, he'd have the hookers covered too.
2013-01-21 02:51:08 PM  
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I think whoever wrote that story needs to be drug checked too, horrible writing.
 
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