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3,350 hits 3.1 (8 votes) Share Favorite | Flag 10 years ago by Electric

If you knew a YTer had cheated on their drug test, would you report it to their work?


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10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 9:58:15 AM EST (GMT-5)
No, because I don't know where any YTers work.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 9:59:46 AM EST (GMT-5)
not likely unless they were about to operate on someone or something like that
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:21:23 AM EST (GMT-5)
Only if it had severe consequences for persons other than his or herself. Or if I didn't like him/her.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:34:48 AM EST (GMT-5)
no..because i'm not a snitch...plus i don't give a f*ck about the people on here
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:38:50 AM EST (GMT-5)
nope. take a statistics class! drug tests are inherently flawed.

(and even if they weren't, it's really not that bad)
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:40:43 AM EST (GMT-5)
I'd would consider it if I knew they had the sort of job where they could in any way endanger their own safety or that of others. And especially if I knew they were mixing recreational drugs with other psychoactive medications. It seems like it could be pretty tricky to figure out where anybody works though. I personally don't know anybody that well.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:40:52 AM EST (GMT-5)
No, because I don't give a sh*t.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:43:52 AM EST (GMT-5)
No. I view employer based drug testing as an invasion of personal privacy. As long as the employee shows up to work as expected and performs at or above the necessary level, what the employee did the previous weekend isn't any business of the employer.

If the employee can't make it to work regularly or does not perform their job satisfactorily, they should be fired. Why they can't do this isn't any business of the employer.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:53:11 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 9/1/09 - 9:58:15 AM HaroldtheBat wrote:
No, because I don't know where any YTers work.


Me either.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:56:55 AM EST (GMT-5)
Maybe, if I knew where they worked. And cared.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 12:04:51 PM EST (GMT-5)
You'd have to have no life to do something like that...especially when it's regarding people you communicate with strictly on a website...sad...
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 1:45:39 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:34:48 AM mer_359 wrote:
no..because i'm not a snitch...plus i don't give a f*ck about the people on here
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 1:50:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
and how would you even know their real name to report them?
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 2:27:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 9/1/09 - 1:50:46 PM mer_359 wrote:
and how would you even know their real name to report them?


I know several peoples real names. If you email with them off the site, most times the sender area will say their real name. Other people send stuff in snail mail, and if you follow someones posts for years they mention things that if you put 2 and 2 together you can find out tons of stuff about them.

I'm going to use mcdoug8 as an example. He told everyone what his real first and last name was, then a bit later on he made a alter and said the first part of it was the first part of his middle name. The first part of that alter could only be one name so that was easy. His profile gives his city and state. He has stated many times that his family is military.

All in all, he is a great example for what 13-17 year old should not do, as he did when he was 17.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 2:39:38 PM EST (GMT-5)
I might, if that person was, plucking an example out of thin air, someone who was a stoner socialite (#16) who boasts about beating drug tests and driving whilst stoned and on sleeping pills.

But of course, no-one on this site would be that much of a f**ktard.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 5:27:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
You know.

A lot of members here really disgust me, but I've never thought about doing such a thing. I read people's journals all the time, and I'm abhorred by the things these people claim they do everyday, but to attempt to personally f*ck them over seems a little bit obsessive, IMO.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 5:30:43 PM EST (GMT-5)
Hell no, that's not my place.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 7:12:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
No, it's none of my business.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 7:31:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
Not unless they were a brain surgeon or rocket pilot. Other than that, none of my business, tbh. And people who mistake the internets for real life, and carry feuds over are the biggest kind of ghey.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 8:18:23 PM EST (GMT-5)
Trips, a bit of advice: get f*cking over it.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 8:25:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
Where did Trips post in this thread?
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 8:27:16 PM EST (GMT-5)
Well there's a guy on here who has admitted to being a drug dealer and I haven't contacted the FBI yet.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 8:29:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
*DEA, whatever.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 8:39:27 PM EST (GMT-5)
On one hand, it would take a very miserable useless piece of sh*t to have to f*ck over someone they don't actually know, and bad things happen to snitches (at least where I come from)

On the other hand, if someone is being that loudmouthed on a public forum about their illegal activities, they are kinda f*cking themselves over to begin with.

I, personally, would not do either.
10 yrs ago, 7 mos ago - Tuesday 9/1/09 - 9:08:40 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 9/1/09 - 10:43:52 AM catchall wrote:
No. I view employer based drug testing as an invasion of personal privacy. As long as the employee shows up to work as expected and performs at or above the necessary level, what the employee did the previous weekend isn't any business of the employer.

And what if that person was required to operate heavy machinery as part of their job? In order to get my job I had to be drug-tested. My employer could also randomly subject me to a drug test if he thought I might be under the influence. Although I don't enjoy them, I feel safe in the knowledge that all the guys I work with, who drive trucks and forklifts at my place of work, are all subjected to these drug tests and are not allowed to work if they're on drugs. The possibility of them driving a truck through my office, out of control, is minimised.

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