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Old 09-05-2013, 21:41   #26
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What I am getting out of this is....

They have cameras in the bathrooms.

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Where did you come up with that part?
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Old 09-06-2013, 08:35   #27
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Where did you come up with that part?
I read the article.
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:21   #28
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:32   #29
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I read the article.
It said they were "tipped off a male was urinating in the sink". They went inside to check and found him injecting. Mentions nothing about a camera and implies someone alerted security who happened to be in the bathroom with him.

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Old 09-06-2013, 14:28   #30
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It said they were "tipped off a male was urinating in the sink". They went inside to check and found him injecting. Mentions nothing about a camera and implies someone alerted security who happened to be in the bathroom with him.
That is not what the article originally said.
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that article was absolute crap!!!!!!!!
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Old 09-07-2013, 00:13   #32
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Perhaps, but...
Some years ago I dated an RN who was also trained as a substance-abuse counselor.

The "rush" is when the heroin reaches the brain.

I don't know how the specific injection site enters into the equation, except that a larger vein with more direct route to the brain probably makes some difference, at least initially.

I don't know enough about the vascular system to know how direct that particular vein would be, don't care enough to research it.

There are of course a number of medical professionals here at GT.
We'll probably hear from one or more.
Doesn't matter which vein. Just directly into a vein. Use long enough and the veins start to disappear (in short), so they have to look for other locations. In the ER we often had to ask a long term user where THEY were finding a useable vein, otherwise establishing an IV is a surgical procedure. Really sad.
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Doesn't matter which vein. Just directly into a vein. Use long enough and the veins start to disappear (in short), so they have to look for other locations. In the ER we often had to ask a long term user where THEY were finding a useable vein, otherwise establishing an IV is a surgical procedure. Really sad.
Two letters for that situation. IO!
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