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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001106.txt from 2002/06

From: "Kevin Callahan" <kionon@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Music vs. drug testing
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 23:04:49 -0400

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> >So, those of us that agree with it, are you implying we're criminals with
> >something to hide? Just because I, and the others, and Lindsy Evans (the
> >girl the case was about) just don't want our privacy violated, we're
hiding
> >crimes? Perhaps it's not that we want to hide something, but that we want
to
> >keep something no one should be able to take away.
>
> No accusation, but if the shoe fits... ;-)

While I understand you're trying to be funny, that's slightly disturbing.

> While I was in the military I
> was subject to random drug testing. It was a pain in the rear, but as I
> was very much interested in seeing the drug users eliminated, I saw it
> overall to be for the good of the organization. School children and
> parents should see it that way, too.

Bill,

If you were in the military, as I will be soon, you should know you signed
away your privacy. You became property of the US Government in many, many
ways. Are you suggesting that school children become property of the
Independant School District they go to school in, and therefore have to sign
away their rights in order to attain an education?

Kevin Callahan

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