I have had a computer mishap--frequent random shutdowns, which we think might be heat-related--and my computer is going to the shop. Not sure when it's coming back or if it's finally kaput and I'm due for a new one, but it might be a week or two before I can start working on those printable handouts I want to make available to the world so my fellow opponents of drug testing can help raise the awareness of the facts. I might not be able to access the internet for a while either, so there will be no posts for a short patch too.
Stay tuned, though, because I have a lot to say on this subject and a lot of new and original personal observations about the duplicity of the Drug War proponents, especially the junk science con-artists in the drug testing industry, and I know other opponents of drug testing can use some of these ideas.
UPDATE 8-19-2013: Still having the overheating problem and the shutting down problem and still have plans to fix it. But in the meantime I have broken down and bought a darned laptop so I won't be without a computer for my usual business in the future if my main one goes down again. It should arrive in a couple days. This should be interesting, as it's my first laptop ever. Not used to laptops.
About this blog
Drug testing is an ineffective, unreliable, and inexcusably invasive form of security theater forced on the American people based on deliberately skewed data, public ignorance, and moral panic, and it continues operating on those frauds to this day, mostly because those of us who are aware of the facts must live in fear of being targeted as addicts. This blog is intended to raise public awareness of the real facts about drug testing that the testing companies don't want you to know, and to provide some tools to the public by which they can raise awareness while maintaining anonymity. I will also be accepting guest posts, if anyone has a story about drug testing injustices they would like to get out anonymously, or if anyone just has something to say against drug testing in general.