As lawsuit against NASCAR continues, ...

As lawsuit against NASCAR continues, Jeremy Mayfield says hea s a just been trying to survivea

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Jeremy Mayfield says things are going as good as they can be as his lawsuit against NASCAR continues.

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Voice of Reality

Colonial Heights, VA

#21 Feb 28, 2010
indygal wrote:
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Unless you work in the medical field, you wouldn't know it, but anybody can walk into a lab that is on some kind of medication and prove positive for certain drugs. Do you know what's in coca cola?
And how about Poppy flowers? Both famous, and used all the time.
And yes, you can come up with a FALSE POSITIVE. All this is, is a
witch hunt, do you think as big as NASCAR is they will admit making a mistake. And his step mom, everybody knows what she is, just look at her. Hang in there Jeremy, you were to good of a driver, somebody got jealous. Will be glad when all this is over for you and your family. And you can hit the track again.
Actually, my little girl, I work for a profesional pharmacy, my daugher in law is an RN, my son is an Operating Room Tech and my wife is in charge of medical transcription for the local hospital and these test ARE sophisticated enough to be able to judge the amounts of chemical content in the body to differentiate between perscription drugs and normal day to day products that do not require a script. Why do you think that, at first, Jeremy attempted to say the results were because of Sudafed and something else in his blood? The test showed that Jeremy would have had to injest enough Sudafed to endanger his life to show these types of results. Now, NASCAR allowed for a second test that Jeremy also failed and then there were those inconvient statements by his step mother and the fact that a crew member was busted for drugs. You hand on to your Fairy Tale about Jeremy being picked on, if that is what floats your boat, paddle away.

I actually do not think that you will hear much more from Jeremy, he owes everybody in the Charlotte area, he owes his first lawyer and this one does not work for free and when he understands the unlikelyhood that there will be any 33% to collect, I do not think that he will offer his service without charge.

Face it, Jeremy is yesterday's news and little more than a foot note in the History of NASCAR.
acrim

Manhattan Beach, CA

#22 Mar 1, 2010
I sure hope Mayfield has the goods on NA$CRAP! I'm guessing he partied with the drunken baby whale while POS Waltrip was driving and running things over! LMAO!
indygal

Lexington, KY

#23 Mar 1, 2010
Voice of Reality wrote:
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Actually, my little girl, I work for a profesional pharmacy, my daugher in law is an RN, my son is an Operating Room Tech and my wife is in charge of medical transcription for the local hospital and these test ARE sophisticated enough to be able to judge the amounts of chemical content in the body to differentiate between perscription drugs and normal day to day products that do not require a script. Why do you think that, at first, Jeremy attempted to say the results were because of Sudafed and something else in his blood? The test showed that Jeremy would have had to injest enough Sudafed to endanger his life to show these types of results. Now, NASCAR allowed for a second test that Jeremy also failed and then there were those inconvient statements by his step mother and the fact that a crew member was busted for drugs. You hand on to your Fairy Tale about Jeremy being picked on, if that is what floats your boat, paddle away.
I actually do not think that you will hear much more from Jeremy, he owes everybody in the Charlotte area, he owes his first lawyer and this one does not work for free and when he understands the unlikelyhood that there will be any 33% to collect, I do not think that he will offer his service without charge.
Face it, Jeremy is yesterday's news and little more than a foot note in the History of NASCAR.
Little girl my A--. For your information, your a pharmacist??? That doesn't mean a thing, pharmacist make mistakes to, one did me, like to killed me. 8 medicine errors, didn't know his meds or couldn't read. I work in the medical field too and I know what a operating tech and medical transcript do, and where I've worked they all think they know more than the doctors. You think I'm a plain dumb person? Everybody has there talk, and alot of time it comes from people who do not have a degree behind their names, and want to think they know it all. I have people in my family in medical field too, and that just shows how much you know, because if you go to the PDR, a lot of things can give a false positive, and yes on different ingredients. Are you a agency pharmacist? That's what caused all my problems. I'm not arguing with anyone, but the man was given a raw deal, and we haven't heard the last from Jeremy. Besides in the court of law everyone is innocent till proven guilty. And like I said the TRUTH will prevail.
indygal

Lexington, KY

#24 Mar 1, 2010
P.S. I forgot, everybody's metabolism is differently also. Everybodies body is different too, you know how alcohol does people.

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#25 Mar 1, 2010
indygal wrote:
P.S. I forgot, everybody's metabolism is differently also. Everybodies body is different too, you know how alcohol does people.
I read you distasteful little blurp about Meth and sex. If you skills in the medical field are on par with your literary skills, I sure as hell wouldm't care to be treated by your vulgar little self. Mayfield is a big meth head in denial, a broke meth head but still in denial. He has about as much chance as a snowball in hell in doing anything with NASCAR. His time would be better spent figuring out how he's going to pay the multitude of people he owes.
Wang

Raleigh, NC

#26 Mar 1, 2010
indygal wrote:
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Little girl my A--. For your information, your a pharmacist??? That doesn't mean a thing, pharmacist make mistakes to, one did me, like to killed me. 8 medicine errors, didn't know his meds or couldn't read. I work in the medical field too and I know what a operating tech and medical transcript do, and where I've worked they all think they know more than the doctors. You think I'm a plain dumb person? Everybody has there talk, and alot of time it comes from people who do not have a degree behind their names, and want to think they know it all. I have people in my family in medical field too, and that just shows how much you know, because if you go to the PDR, a lot of things can give a false positive, and yes on different ingredients. Are you a agency pharmacist? That's what caused all my problems. I'm not arguing with anyone, but the man was given a raw deal, and we haven't heard the last from Jeremy. Besides in the court of law everyone is innocent till proven guilty. And like I said the TRUTH will prevail.
Hohohoho, you make Wang raugh out roud!!
A phalmascist 'doing you' cause you to wlite arr this jibbel jabbel? Wang think it mole rikery due to rack of schooring.
Voice of Reality

Colonial Heights, VA

#27 Mar 1, 2010
indygal wrote:
P.S. I forgot, everybody's metabolism is differently also. Everybodies body is different too, you know how alcohol does people.
What the hell does one's metabolic rate have to do with the type of chemicals found in one's body? I also know about elimination rate and the fact that the average male will eliminate approx .02% of slcohol per hour, this is the process taken into account by the use of the breathalyzer and why one must test on deep lung alveolar air and not the more recient breath which is still in the mouth. This is why the breathalyzer can work to determine BAC or Blood, Alcohol Content working of the fact that breath in ratio of 2100 to 1 carries the same alcohol content as blood.

You are right and mistakes have been made by every and all non perfect humans walking the face of the earth, however, in cases that involve ovious risk for civil liability there are infinate safeguards and redundancy built in provide for accurate test results.

As far as your last statement about "you know how alcohol does people", that statement is not germain to this conversation as chemical testing is not to determine how "Drunk" a person is, but rather, the amount of "Influence" the person is under.

Remember this one statement, Being drunk is a state of mind, being under the influence is a chemical reality.
beenthere

Charlotte, NC

#28 Mar 14, 2010
Maria L wrote:
If he is so innocent and perfect like he keeps saying he is, why does he refuse to prove it to NA$CAR and the public? He claims he has 100% proof of how perfect and innocent he is, yet he refuses to show a single person this proof. Why? What is he so afraid of? Why does he refuse to show anyone all this proof he claims he has. All he has to do is show all his proof to the public and he wins back everything he lost. He has the power to put put Brian France, in his place. Why does he no show the world what he has?
probably because the court date isnt until september!!!!!!!!!!

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