If this thread is unnecessary, I know my homies in the OD mod team will do wats needed, but I thought this might be helpful becuz I see so many people referring to units as CC's when talkin about needles, and that could potentially be dangerous.
ONE of those, is ONE CC. 100 UNITS.
The little numbers are the UNITS. So, if you draw up water to the line that says 40, you got 40 UNITS, not 40 cc's. Think about it. Quads and street bikes, their engines measured in cc's. Imagine a 450cc street bike. If one cc is equal to one unit, (not true, but that is the common misunderstanding), in that case imagine how small the engine would be. the size of four needles full of water (in cubic inches.) Maybe that can help some ppl remember, i dont know.
It aint a real big deal, but peeps need to remember this shit becuz at some time the information might make a difference in harm reduction. Say a certain amount of a liquid is fatal. A person who refers to units as cc's might say "oh you can inject up to 10 cc's of this and be safe, anything over is deadly." They meant ten units, but they referred to the measurement wrong. So its really that ten units is deadly,not ten cc's. Well now say the injecter actually knows wat a cc is, so he boots up say, one cc and overdoses. Becuz the person giving the info meant ten units, not ten syringe fulls. Of course that is just a theoretical situation but i aint just bein a grammar nazi when I ask that ppl try and remember the difference here. It might not matter most of the time, but if a uneducated person reading the forums for help reads directions about a certain amount of cc's when the poster is wrongly referring to units as cc's it could cause harm so I thought maybe t his might be helpful in some way. if not , then ban me lol.