Mookie4ever wrote:ok - now I get it "subject to testing" only means that the possibility of being tested was there but he was not necessarily tested. That was very confusing. Being subjected to testing can also mean that he was tested.
For a person who is never vague wrveres you were definitely unclear there. "As of January 17th, every single participant has been subject to testing" sure sounds like they were all tested.
thank you sooner. I thought it was pretty obvious ..
I would especially expect a lawyer to understand what ..
"subject to testing" means
apparently not ..
I still fail to see how this was vague .. You all can make a play on words all you want ...
He was subject
to testing .. PERIOD!
did I say he was tested NO.
So please stop putting words in my mouth, calling me dishonest and a liar ..
fricking amazing ...
how many more thumbs down smileys does one need.