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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:10 am 
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Just want to throw this ? Out to the veterans here. I have not been bringing my sub strips with me to work, and thus cannot dose until much later in the day. Why don't I you may ask? Well because I feel that if I do they would melt in my car or by being in my wallet, in my back pocket. Also I work in a restaurant that usually ends up heating up pretty good. Would I be safe bringing them with me to work? Thank you in advance.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:27 am 
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Mine stay in my purse, you could leave them in your car and for break take your dose. If you take your car funny thing living in Louisiana we all drive no transit. Get you a little back pak but in your locker at work. I don't think leaving it in your wallet would hurt either.
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Thanks for the timely response meltalk. I'm guessing that it gets warmer in LA than it doea here in norcal, so I am just going to give it a shot. I guess at worst I lose 1 strip (that's literally an hour's pay for me haha). Will try today.


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