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Re: [IP] Ann Landers


Have you visited any bathrooms in the US recently?  Most stalls don't have a
shelf that you can unpack your syringes, test strips, etc., onto. Most
bathrooms are somewhat to extremely unsanitary. Most bathrooms are poorly
lit. And so on. Those of us fortunate enough to have pumps don't need to use
the bathroom for shooting up in. However we're in a very, very small

Yes there are ways to inject without drawing too much attention to yourself.
However testing is a good deal more difficult.

I think it's easier to mention to those you're eating with that you need to
do this, and have them leave the table or turn their heads for the 45
seconds or so that it takes to do this.

As with most things it requires a little give and take on both sides. Ann
Landers curt response seems to lack this.

    -----Original Message-----
    From: SRB <email @ redacted>
    Date: Monday, November 23, 1998 2:31 PM
    Subject: Re: [IP] Ann Landers

    I fell Ann is 100% correct.. Thats why they make bathrooms.. I can
usually test the blood at the table and NOT draw attention to myself. Its
not that hard to do. Sounds like this guy wants the attention.. But thats
another Jerry Springer show...

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