Yes! Poppy-Seed Cakes are in Your Future to a great cause!
Sun, 25 Jul 1999 11:40:42 -0500 (CDT)
In regards to a pair of stories in New Scientist magazine:
> Pubdate: Sat, 24 July 1999
> Source: New Scientist (UK)
> Copyright: New Scientist, RBI Limited 1999
> Contact: email@example.com
> Website: http://www.newscientist.com/
> NO CAKE FOR YOU
> THE PRYING GAME
> Author: Matt Walker
Civil Disobedience with the pleasure of eating a
poppy seed cake is likely method combat invasive
Parties at the office just before the most likely
times would embarrass the drug testing companies
that profit from their incompetent because they
are known to be inprecise testing procedures.
- Bake up or better yet have a contest for
the best tasting 'Poppy Seed' cakes or cupcakes
for the office personal.
- Make sure you plan this just ahead of
the testing of employees of your company or
organization so that most of the people test
positive, therefore the test is now void.
- Produce party or gatherings tasty
vittles of any and all foods that lead to false
positives frequently and often.
- If you are a daring individual, make sure
the organization top level consumes these bake
- Litigators be ready to sue the drug testing
companies for entries into medical records and any
employer acting on a false positive with malice of
forethought. Basically after the party a little
citation or showing of the 'New Scientist' ought
to give more than the H. R. director pause of entering
much ninto your file or anyone elses for that matter.
- Short the stocks potentially of any lab
doing drug testings because now you know there
are groups out there getting ready to sue the snot
of them as well. But of course this is a high risk
maneuver and not investment advice on my part along
with a conjecture that entries like this false positive
liability scenerio may or may not translate into a
real market gain for anyone outside of the legal
community ready to take this issue on.
- Find even more foods that lead to false
positives or even OTC medicines and make sure these
items are in abundance to keep the stream of false
positives at an ever increasing volume.
- Get a copy of New Scientist issue with these
articles in it to increase awareness.
Enough said, the meme has been publicly cast out
and will now take an existence of its own. ;)
P. S. Sure maybe someone like does zero consumption
of targeted stuff done in testing but I do know for
a fact that one large insurance company drug tests
all of their employees except at the very top executive
washroom level and that atleast one of those executives
is an active drug consumer, this is demographically
conceivable for many large companies in the Fortune 1000.