ARPA looking a "involuntary analog emissions"

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  1. nsaspook

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    Is this another scenario where the government spies on my equipment, sends a SWAT Team to kick down my door, and then find that I connected my blinky Christmas lights to the same outlet my computer was plugged in to?
     
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    Are involuntary analog emissions different from involuntary digital emissions? Do toes count as digital?
     
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    I say, whoever smelt it, dealt it.
     
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    I would never say anything that crude.
     
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    He who blames it, claims it.
     
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    The hen that cackles is the hen who laid the egg.
     
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    Who ever made the rhyme, committed the crime!
     
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    Beans, beans. They're good for your heart.
    The more you eat, the more you fart.
    The more you fart, the better you feel.
    So, eat your beans with every meal!
     
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    @nsaspook is reposting this topic somewhere else in hopes to get a serious response. Sorry, Dude.
     
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    Beans, beans...the musical fruit.
    The more you eat, the more you poot.
    etc., etc.,

    Can't get any sillier that this thread!

    Childish. I love it.
     
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    It's evolving on what employers are legally allow to do. If you are directly subject to federal regulations then it's prohibited but most are not so currently it's a don't ask, don't tell climate. I've not touched the stuff in 30+ years but you never know what will happen to make you want to eat a nice brownie on vacation. :confused:

    http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/CHRO/docs/advice/Marijuana_FAQs.pdf
     
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    A helpful hint for those that do smoke, have a fire extinguisher near your stash.

    Skip to 4:45 for the action. ライター
     
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    Are employers allowed to do drug testing for alcohol if it is legal?

    (You can't drive a school bus drunk, even if alcohol is legal.)
     
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    We've been told to look for impairment or a irresistible impulse to eat a cupcake.
     
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    I guess my question was, what is a passing value and what is a failing value? What are the issues with second-hand pot smoke? Pot is much different than alcohol in terms of residuals left in the bloodstream/urine. The longer you smoke it on a regular basis, the longer it takes to clear the bloodstream. So, what are acceptable dose, time decay recommendations?

    It seems that recent events have surpassed legislation (and employer rules).
     
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