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Answered: What is the slang term for the drug "Tom"

Tom sounds like the slang word.

Answered: Why would a drug test show positive for morphine when there are no drugs

Request a re-check. False positives do occur occasionally.

Answered: What is NSL CUBS CHECK PYMT ARC electronically submitted to bank?

SUBS CHECK PYMT means an electronic payment substituted for a check. ARC just means that your check was converted to a debit. 1035 could be your check number.

Answered: Sub zero refrigerator doesn't work so I changed the relay starter,still

not sure but .... I'm thinking that was not the problem!

Answered: What causes librium to show up in drug test if librium has never been

The most likely cause would be the ingestion of another benzodiazepine.

Answered: Why don't Subway, Quiznos, Jon Smith's, Jersey ...

I see what happens when I get sick. I miss important postings. Note to self: Steve likes Subway. Thanx for the update, Anonymouse! Lenny's makes good subs, too.
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Will the DWI antilock machine detect other drugs other than alcohol?

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