Answer: First stop all exercise 72 hrs before the test, you actually want to add a couple pounds. Next take several B vitamins "b12 especially" and eat all the protein you can "its never enough". Do this for a few days before to ensure its spread through your system. The vitamins will turn diluted urine yellow so it passes a visual inspection. The meat has creatine which they test for and needs to be above a certain level. Last buy a flush kit "about $75" and follow its instructions. Of course you have to stop smoking at least a couple days before for this to work. If done CORRECTLY it works every time. Here is a hint if you do fail tell them its a mistake at the lab "they are common" and correctly repeat the procedure.
Answer: Evil is a term that we apply to people. Drinking to excess, smoking and drugs are not evil, they just are. It is the misuse of those things that is questionable in terms of damage to individuals and society.
All three can destroy health, and excessive use of alcohol and drugs can destroy families, relationships and emotional balance along with the physical deterioration it causes in the user.
Answer: It would be considered possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance if they can scrape out even the slightest amount of residue (any amount that can be measured--and they have scales that can measure amounts less than 0.0001 grams).
Answer: Marijuana is considered by many as a stereotypical gateway drug, but it is only a myth. Not everyone who smokes weed will use stronger drugs. In fact a majority of injected drugs users will answer yes if you ask them is they tried marijuana or alchool in the past. BUT you can also ask that question to your coworkers and a majority of them will answer yes too. There is no reason to think marijuana will lead to more and no scientific study result confirming a positive link between theses drugs.
The main reason why a drug user will try another drug is the availability of the drug in the area where they are living. dependently of the area and years the drug use portray differ.