I hate drug tests for employment. I mean, I seriously hate them.
I can understand why they might be "necessary" in a few, very special cases, but for the vast majority of jobs they are simply intrusive.
I once applied for a job without knowing a drug test would be required. This news was sprung on me during the interview, and they wanted my urine immediately. "Here's a cup; there's the restroom..."
I should have simply walked out right then, but I really needed a job, so I peed in their cup.
But over the next couple of days, the more I thought about it, the angrier I became.
When they finally called and told me I passed the drug test and offered me the job, I declined, and I told them why. Any "boss" who thinks he is entitled to my urine isn't the kind of person I trust, or want to work for.
Soon after that I got a better job I wanted more anyway- without being molested to get it.
I don't abuse drugs, but I also hate drug tests.
If I show up for work impaired, for any reason, fire me. But what I do on Friday night is none of my employer's business Monday morning- as long as I can safely do my job.
I seriously doubt that drug tests would even be "a thing" if not for the government's War on Politically Incorrect Drugs, and the stigma that goes along with it. So many ridiculous policies seem to have originated with evil government programs, and keep being seen as legitimate due to government's "laws"- when otherwise no one would have ever thought of violating people in that particular way. But because The State says it's OK...
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