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    Apr 11, 2013, 01:33 PM
    Is it possible to pass an EtG test in 60 hours
    Dr. Bill, I just had an EtG test. I last drank 61 hours before the test. I had 2 Scotches and a pint of 6% abv beer. I am 55, active and drank much fluid i.e. H2O, cranberry & pomegranate juices, in the last 60 some hours. S it possible that I can pass this test?

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    Apr 11, 2013, 01:36 PM
    Yes, it's possible.

    No, Dr Bill isn't here.
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    Apr 11, 2013, 01:54 PM
    Sorry Sir, I was unawares as to who I was addressing. Hmmmm, any specifics or relates...
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    Apr 12, 2013, 05:13 AM
    is it possible to pass the EtG test in 60 hrs? 61 hours prior to test I had 4 drinks.
    The metabolic rate/half life supports this possibility tho' there are many variables i.e. EtG production, liver functions etc. Q. is there any hope that I will pass/survive this one test?
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    Apr 12, 2013, 07:04 AM
    Yes, there is hope.
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    Apr 12, 2013, 07:06 AM
    I have two things to add -

    Please don't post a question a second time because you don't like the first answer; and

    Watering your urine will cause you to fail.

    As far as anything else, I answered your second thread before I saw this one.
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    Apr 12, 2013, 12:14 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by JudyKayTee View Post
    I have two things to add -

    Please don't post a question a second time because you don't like the first answer; and

    Watering your urine will cause you to fail.

    As far as anything else, I answered your second thread before I saw this one.
    While I appreciate your words, response and lesson in etiquette, as well philosophical anthrosophistic perspective concerning canine & the soul of man; not to mention the, as to why one has queried a 2nd time, I find it a bit snarky. Don't you think? Further watering one's urine was not included in my text. Albeit, my Q. is of concern possibly for me or another, tho' admittedly it was written in the 1st person.

    I do however look forward to any future wisdom you are willing to bequeath upon me. I like snarky...
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    Apr 12, 2013, 01:08 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by pbau48 View Post
    While I appreciate your words, response and lesson in etiquette, as well philosophical anthrosophistic perspective concerning canine & the soul of man; not to mention the, as to why one has queried a 2nd time, I find it a bit snarky. Don't you think? Further watering one's urine was not included in my text. Albeit, my Q. is of concern possibly for me or another, tho' admittedly it was written in the 1st person.

    I do however look forward to any future wisdom you are willing to bequeath upon me. I like snarky...
    Wow... come here asking questions like this, get answers that are accurate, and then you bestow upon us the brilliance you have hidden! Well done! I know Judy will probably feel small now for saying what she said and I think you have done a wonderful job at putting her in her place what with those big words you used and all. Bravo, sir, bravo!

    And yeah, "watering one's urine" was included in your text when you mentioned that you "drank much fluid". Judy was only warning you that too much and you will fail for dilution. How was that snarky or wrong for her to mention?
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    Apr 12, 2013, 01:20 PM
    Not to worry, Odinn - I consider the source when I'm criticized.

    And in this case the source couldn't even figure DrBill is on hiatus.

    So let OP keep watering his urine and fail on those grounds - even if he could pass on the grounds of alcohol.
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    Apr 12, 2013, 02:39 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by pbau48 View Post
    While I appreciate your words, response and lesson in etiquette, as well philosophical anthrosophistic perspective concerning canine & the soul of man; not to mention the, as to why one has queried a 2nd time, I find it a bit snarky. Don't you think? Further watering one's urine was not included in my text. Albeit, my Q. is of concern possibly for me or another, tho' admittedly it was written in the 1st person.

    I do however look forward to any future wisdom you are willing to bequeath upon me. I like snarky...
    I'm guessing you are a college professor? Or in grad school?

    DrBill has left the building, probably never to return.
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    Apr 12, 2013, 03:04 PM
    Seems I have only been successful in sharing my multifarious ignorances. My apologies. And it is so, too many fluids dilute creating levels. Thanks too all. :Lead n2 Gold.
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    Apr 13, 2013, 07:53 AM
    Another case of a lot of book learning and not enough common sense not to drink (and/or use) when there's even a possibility of a test.

    Well, I guess we've been told - in spades. Change that to "I've been told" in spades.

    Hope this attitude carries over onto the test site and/or Court if this is Court ordered.

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