Their State May Be Dirty, but Their Urine Is Pure


On Monday, administrators at New Jersey's Pequannock Township High will greet lucky students with urine tests "capable of detecting whether alcohol was consumed up to 80 hours earlier." School Superintendent Larrie Reynolds manages to compare the unchecked consumption of wine coolers to the war in Iraq. He's got a point, actually. The same government is handling both problems:

The EtG test costs about $20, Reynolds said. The school's overall testing program is funded by a three-year, $120,000 federal grant.

Whole thing here.