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Subject:RE: In Reference to Drug Testing From:Roger Bell <RBell -at- OptioSoftware -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 20 Oct 2000 17:56:32 -0400
Jason, surely if we (myself included) are dumb enough to submit to such an
invasion of privacy, we should be too dumb to follow any written
instructions. I like the lidless angle but with an overfill. ;-)
From: Haas, Guy [mailto:ghaas -at- selectica -dot- com]
Subject: RE: In Reference to Drug Testing
Personally, I get perverse pleasure in drinking about
5 cups of coffee before the drug screen (only had to take
one or two) and filling that little cup up to the top,
then handing it to the tech lidless.
The tech writer tie-in: maybe I would have put a lid on
it if there had been adequate instructions.
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