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This was also stated before that people that use things like Meth, Crack, Heroin, and even chronic alcoholics will get past a drug test since most of the metabolites that are tracked in your system are gone within 3-7 days. Someone who smokes pot regularly and on their free time? Up to 30 days in urine, 15 days in saliva, and years in hair. The people that are most likely to get caught by a drug test are those that pose the least amount of problems to your business.
I have never met someone in my life that would give out their drugs for free like that. Trust me, I used to go to raves, I know plenty of people that have done drugs.
Also, I think that if the guy just had a hard on for the game that ZQ released because it "was the sort of politically correct ground breaking art piece that critics often swoon over" - well, that is one thing. The fact that he had a sexual relationship with her and repeatedly mentioned the game in his articles is another. The thing here is that if media outlets want to be taken seriously, they need full disclosure. That is what the original fight was for, and that was one that was won. Where things are going now is more just a pissing contest then anything else between SJW and a bunch of guys that want things to be back the way they were.
My personal stance on this is that we do need more disclosure in the industry (especially after the guy at PCGamer that writes about UbiSoft was found to be dating the PR Rep from Ubi), and that we need #GG to stay on the ball to out these people... but I also believe that this shitstorm of harassment needs to die down on both sides.