Wow. What a kick in the teeth. I got the dreaded call that my "urine" came back from American Toxicology in Las Vegas as substituted, not human specimen. I actually got brought into HR where the manager and director calmly questioned me. They said that they had caught Quick Fix a few times before, and that that was the reason that they used American Toxicology. Interestingly, AT had signs on its walls warning that they could detect synthetic urine. I thought, of course they're going to say that. Joke's on me. HR didn't tell me what exactly flagged the sample as non-human. I have the lab's info sheet right in front of me and I know I should call and get the MRO report, but I kind of don't have the heart to. Sorta fucked at the moment. If I do get the report I'll post the details. But just be warned, if you're sent to American Toxicology in Las Vegas, Quick Fix won't fly.