Here's a quote from another glue-sniffer:QuoteDr. Ross Upshur, director of the Joint Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto, said authorities should detain people with drug-resistant tuberculosis if they are uncooperative. "We're on the verge of taking what was a curable disease, one of the best known diseases in human endeavors, and making it incurable," Upshur said. But a paper Upshur co-wrote on the issue in a medical journal earlier this year has been strongly criticized. "Involuntary detention should really be your last resort," Harrington said. "There's a danger that we'll end up blaming the victim."How mushy-headed and synesthetic do you have to be to confuse the physical action of locking someone up with a social gesture? To confuse a concrete box with vibrations on the air?I imagine I could lock up every man alive without once using the word "blame" or even contemplating the concept. Once again I ask, if this guy were pinned under a rock, would he lie there wondering if the rock were really to blame? Or would he push it off?