Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 03:19:10
ID: 50608
In response to a confession. Thanks OP for this garlic tip! I gotta try sometime though I would be bummed out about getting another cold sore!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 01:24:27
ID: 50614
In response to a confession. Ah, thank you. I suspected something like that. I've still been cooking vegetables in it, but I was putting big glops of it into my tea and even eating spoonfuls of it at times. I figured I may have been going a little overboard, so I backed off from that. It made me feel good when I ingested a lot of it, so maybe I'll get more into it again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 00:48:18
ID: 50610
In response to a confession. It seems like not smoking pot is really working out for you since you don't seem to know what the words abstain, abstaining, or abstinence mean, which were used repeatedly in my posts. I wasn't asking for advice, nor am I worried about passing. You severely lack reading comprehension. Too bad you can't blame it on being stoned.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 16:28:24
ID: 50600
In response to a confession. Just curious, if you have a medical card and it's all legit, how can a company legally discriminate?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 15:55:30
ID: 50596
I have an appointment this week to get my medical weed card. I don't smoke weed, I don't even like to. But what they're doing now with edibles makes me want to give it a try. I really hope that a low dose edible could help me with chronic pain and the sleeplessness that goes along with it. I know, however, that if I were to be drug tested for employment I would be disqualified even though for me, it would be completely legal to have it in my system. I think weed should just be legal, the history of it's illegalization kind of speaks for itself. If you don't know the story, you should check it out.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 15:03:32
ID: 50593
In response to a confession. How 'bout just not being a dick?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 14:34:11
ID: 50589
In response to a confession. I've only had one job that didn't test, my current retail job (good thing, most people I work with, including managers, would fail since weed and our work/life kind of go hand in hand). I've worked at a bank, retail pharmacy, mail order pharmacy, data entry, paper plant and volunteered at a hospital with no patient interaction. Of course, I didn't really start using marijuana regularly until I started my current job, Though I prefer edibles.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 13:28:53
ID: 50591
Here's a thought, how 'bout just not smoking pot? Seems to work for me. Never failed a drug test.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 13:28:10
ID: 50590
In response to a confession. The study saying that coconut oil is bad for you was funded by canola oil manufacturers and walnut processors, who also happen to make walnut oil. So basically the "study" was a bunch of BS. The valid studies show that coconut oil is very healthy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-18 12:33:13
ID: 50586
Genuinely curious as to what kinda jobs you guys are doing that require drug testing? Where I live you would only be tested if it would be a risk factor in your job...i.e. if you worked around heavy machinery or were driving some sort of vehicle for a living. It seems to be a routine thing in the US, it seems kinda intrusive unless you're working in a job where you could seriously hurt someone else and/or yourself
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