sorry for a dumb question, but i cant get my mind off of it, so here we go.^
my brother and i are on vacation traveling europe. We have been staying in hostiles which is good and bad. The good thing is its cheap and we get to meet new-interesting people... The bad part is we meet new-interesting people!!!!!
Last night my brother and i woke up to a "bed neighbor" smoking crack from tinfoil and blowing the smoke out a small open window. It turns out he had been smoking for a while. We emediatly went to the front desk and DEMANDED a new room, and they kindly obliged.
NOW.... My brother is going into the military in the next month or so and will have some sort of nuclear engineering job. It requires a security clearance...etc.etc. Obviously thew will drug test him, and im assuming they wont cheap out w a urine test since he will be very important to the military. He doesnt do drugs at all. Is there anything to worry about w the smoke in the room creating a false positive. The room was good sized(10 by 20) and the crackhead was blowing most the smoke out of the small window. The room wasnt SMOKEY or CLOUDY but it did smell pretty bad and of chemicals...
Should he be worried about just being in the same room as that guy or does it require actual hits or puffs to create a positive. Like i said, its a decent sized room, but it smelled kinda bad. im kinda worried because i would hate for something so small and stupid to mess up a life-long career. honest opinions please...--sorry about the punctuation..i cant find the q mark on these wierd keyboards---
thanks so much for any time and or knowledge
Aug 9, '06
I am sorry but, this is not the place to ask such questions. No one here can advise you really in a way that is necessarily accurate. If you are concerned about exposure to "second hand crack smoke" best to discuss that w/the recruiters of the branch he is entering.
Plus, we are getting into a potentially legally-sketchy area when discussing drug tests and passing them on this site.
Truly, nobody here can give you absolute reassurance that nothing can or will go wrong in such cases.
GOOD LUCK to your brother.
Last edit by SmilingBluEyes on Aug 9, '06