RPN sued for Havoc

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  1. RPN sued for Havoc


    Has anyone else seen this. Apparently some douche was taking Havoc for 5 months and now is trying to sue RPN because he's having issues. Here's a clip from Ironmagazine Blog

    Well one consumer taking “HAVOC” (which contains the prohormone 2a,3a-epithio-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol) says he developed liver disease and hepatitis after taking the supplement for 5 months! The guy that suffered this ailment is Darrell Wright who says that he will now require healthcare and other services and has “suffered loss of wages and a diminished capacity to earn wages in the future”. He will be suing the makers of this supplement and has hired a well-respected lawyer named Russell Abney of the firm Beasley Allen.
    I mean if you didn't research the compound first to know what it was or how to take it I could see this happening. But why wouldn't you? its' morons like this that have no clue what they are putting in their bodies (but won't it get me hugez) that f**k it up for everyone else. I'd seriously like to smack this guy upside his head and ask him what the hell was he thinking.


  2. Here's the technique to use if anyone meets this guy in the street. Should be enough to finish him off. Courtesy of El Guapo!

    YouTube - Combatwire TTT: Liver shot

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    Here's the technique to use if anyone meets this guy in the street. Should be enough to finish him off. Courtesy of El Guapo!

    YouTube - Combatwire TTT: Liver shot
    I like the butt slap but I'd be damned if i would do that to a dude.
    Remember why you started.
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  4. Ridiculous.

  5. He was on it for "five months" straight.

    Why do morons like this exist?

  6. so wait, if i went to mcdonalds 3x per day for 5 months, could i sue them too?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by liquid View Post
    He was on it for "five months" straight.

    Why do morons like this exist?
    oh and he said he followed label directions.....

    soo 5 months straight is on the label?

    DONT THINK SO

    i say we all file suit against him for being a **** head

  8. this may in fact be related to the same idiot that parks in the fast lane of the highway and then sues the state for not putting up a sign saying its illegal to park there.

    dsade, i'm sorry for this. there's so many routes to counterattack, from general stupidity, to the warning label, to the havoc writeup which was written two years ago. hopefully this gets resolved favorably.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    oh and he said he followed label directions.....

    soo 5 months straight is on the label?

    DONT THINK SO

    i say we all file suit against him for being a **** head
    Are you saying we start a counter sue crew?

    Truthfully these pos are always trying to find a way to place blame on the companies, and not on themselves.

  10. I soooo hope RPN doesn't have to pay this idiot any money. Hopefully just for the fact that you're supposed to consult a physician before you put any supp in your body.

    On a side note I wonder how much he was taking a day? Also I wonder if it was even doing anything after 5 months? He would of had to keep upping the dosage to see any results.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by liquid View Post
    He was on it for "five months" straight.

    Why do morons like this exist?
    because they don't run it for 6 months

  12. unbelievable
    SFW and GFH

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Inarius View Post
    unbelievable
    no, it's pretty believable, remember the lady who sued McDonalds for not having a label on the cup saying "contents hot" on her coffee?

  14. Quote Originally Posted by lennoxchi View Post
    no, it's pretty believable, remember the lady who sued McDonalds for not having a label on the cup saying "contents hot" on her coffee?
    and to believe there was a time when almost everyone had common sense which is why it was common...
    SFW and GFH

  15. common sense is not a common virtue! what a retard! im surprised he didnt take a whole bottle at once thinking more must be better, although that would have been a blessing if he is really that stupid

  16. I hate that for RPN... the only Epi I ever used was their havoc and it was great..

    Its a bad gig for RPN.. Government is always trying to come down on something that they may be able to control.. Supps are an example..

    If you are as old as me, when we grew up it was the war on drugs and communism, they could not take care of drugs only made it worse so now we have the war on terror.. OMG what a crock of **** that is.. anyways I would not expect it to be much longer and the FDA will have its hand in all of our supplements and the freedoms we have all enjoyed will be swept away and we will be told its for our own good..

    Oh and that guy... He deserves to have his liver fail and die.. May seem harsh, but its reality.. This country thrives on blaming the other party or pointing the finger at everyone but themselves and just look at what our country is fastly becoming..

    Dsade best of luck to you bro.. I can say for sure your products dont hurt you.. I have ran them and had blood work done and everything was fine!!!!

  17. What an idiot!

  18. what a ****.

    trying to shift the blame onto someone else and sueing! what a moron!!!!!!!!
    “We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”

  19. I got blasted in another thread for my opinion that consumers should be more conscious of what they are putting into their bodies rather than government trying to regulate everything.

    Mental retards like this guy are always trying to litigate over their own lack of self care.
    He probably did not read the label and probably took 5 times the recommended dose.
    And probably has no idea of what PCT is or what liver hepatic means either.

    He's like the people who leave their cars unlocked and running at the gas station and wonder why the car is stolen.

    Not saying I am perfect but my seven year old knows how to read medicine and food labels.
    And follows instructions pretty well too.

    Hope this does not affect RPN too badly.
    They have a solid line of products and their DCP and PLCAR helped me on my continuous road to fitness
    after a long absence from regular training.

  20. Actually fellas, it's not cool to bash this guy. I read that he is so despondent about his medical situation that he tried to commit suicide...
    you_re-doing-it-wrong.jpg
    RTR.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by GuyverX View Post
    He's like the people who leave their cars unlocked and running at the gas station and wonder why the car is stolen.
    That is so funny I saw a guy doing that just yesterday and I made a comment about how he's just asking for his car to be taken. What's even worse are the people who leave their little kids in the car while it's running.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    Actually fellas, it's not cool to bash this guy. I read that he is so despondent about his medical situation that he tried to commit suicide...
    you_re-doing-it-wrong.jpg

    Hes still too stupid to follow directions.........
    PHF Rep




  23. nice picture rubbering. i liked how he has his tampons next to him for his next 5 month run.

  24. i wonder if he took his mik thistle for 5 mo straight as well.

  25. I like the counter suit idea. Form a nice foundation that indentifies and gathers together the consumers who would be hurt/put out by government regs and bans of this or that product, the manufacturer of which is being sued by some dip****, and counter sue. Sue for attorney's fees and public proclamation that the problems resulted from the person's own idiocy and irresponsibility, and nothing else. Sue the dip**** in question and any legislators who rise to the call of Doing Something! about the 'problem'. Call it the We Hate Overly Litigious *******s Foundation.

  26. "No Sire, we do not know how to think for ourselves and should be taken care of at every turn."

    Words spoken by far to many Americans these days.
    The Historic PES Legend

  27. what an idiot.pisses me off to read this

  28. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    Actually fellas, it's not cool to bash this guy. I read that he is so despondent about his medical situation that he tried to commit suicide...
    Wouldnt exactly be a loss to the gene pool...anyway hopefully this wont affect RPM to much or worse turn more of the governments attention towards pro-hormones...

  29. uhmm i got ED from eating big macs....

    looks like ill be rollin in the cash soon? i didnt see a label on the wrapper saying

    "caution: excessive indulgence in big macs may cause your **** to stop working"

  30. What a douche bag. He doesn't deserve a cent. Good luck RPN.

  31. I would almost say he is a lackey for the FDA following orders. It is all too quaint of a time for all this to be lining up. I mean...look at the big picture...This suite isnt about the money up front, its about setting the FDA up for a spike...

  32. i know i'll be stocking up on some havoc soon
    “We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”

  33. Damn, hepatitus.

    How can you know if Havoc caused this, or if he had an underlying precondition that just happened to surface during his idiotic cycle?

  34. Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    uhmm i got ED from eating big macs....

    looks like ill be rollin in the cash soon? i didnt see a label on the wrapper saying

    "caution: excessive indulgence in big macs may cause your **** to stop working"
    Do not know how true it is but there are quite a few articles that say that junk food and certain processed foods raise several types of estrogen and screw with people's hormones in general.

    Your reference makes me remember that guy (Morgan Sperlock) who did the 30 days segment on eating Mcdonalds every day and how bad his health had gotten at then end of doing so.
    Cannot remember the medical results exactly but it was pretty bad.

    The Havoc lawsuit guy probably ate McGriddles and Double Quarter Pounders with super size fries every day.

  35. Quote Originally Posted by GuyverX View Post
    Your reference makes me remember that guy (Morgan Sperlock) who did the 30 days segment on eating Mcdonalds every day and how bad his health had gotten at then end of doing so.
    Cannot remember the medical results exactly but it was pretty bad.

    The Havoc lawsuit guy probably ate McGriddles and Double Quarter Pounders with super size fries every day.
    'Spurlock consumed an average of 20.92 megajoules or 5,000 kcal (the equivalent of 9.26 Big Macs) per day during the experiment. As a result, the then-32-year-old Spurlock gained 24½ lbs. (1¾ stone, 11.1 kg), a 13% body mass increase, a cholesterol level of 230, and experienced mood swings, sexual dysfunction, and liver damage. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment.'

    'In Day 21, Spurlock has heart palpitations. Consultation with his concerned internist, Dr. Daryl Isaacs advises him to stop what he is doing immediately to avoid any serious health problems. He compares Spurlock with the protagonist played by Nicolas Cage in the movie Leaving Las Vegas who deliberately drinks himself to death over a similar time period. Despite this warning, Spurlock decides to continue the experiment.

    Spurlock makes it to day 30 and achieves his goal. In thirty days, he "Supersized" his meals nine times along the way (five of which were in Texas, three in New York City). All three doctors are surprised at the degree of deterioration in Spurlock's health. One of them states that the irreversible damage done to his heart could cause a heart attack even if he lost all the weight gained during the experiment. He notes that he has eaten as many McDonald's meals that most nutritionists say the ordinary person should eat in 8 years'

  36. Quote Originally Posted by EssexBoi View Post
    'Spurlock consumed an average of 20.92 megajoules or 5,000 kcal (the equivalent of 9.26 Big Macs) per day during the experiment. As a result, the then-32-year-old Spurlock gained 24½ lbs. (1¾ stone, 11.1 kg), a 13% body mass increase, a cholesterol level of 230, and experienced mood swings, sexual dysfunction, and liver damage. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment.'

    'In Day 21, Spurlock has heart palpitations. Consultation with his concerned internist, Dr. Daryl Isaacs advises him to stop what he is doing immediately to avoid any serious health problems. He compares Spurlock with the protagonist played by Nicolas Cage in the movie Leaving Las Vegas who deliberately drinks himself to death over a similar time period. Despite this warning, Spurlock decides to continue the experiment.

    Spurlock makes it to day 30 and achieves his goal. In thirty days, he "Supersized" his meals nine times along the way (five of which were in Texas, three in New York City). All three doctors are surprised at the degree of deterioration in Spurlock's health. One of them states that the irreversible damage done to his heart could cause a heart attack even if he lost all the weight gained during the experiment. He notes that he has eaten as many McDonald's meals that most nutritionists say the ordinary person should eat in 8 years'
    I wonder if anyone learned anything from his show.

  37. Quote Originally Posted by GuyverX View Post
    I wonder if anyone learned anything from his show.
    Like what..? You should only supersize your MickyD's meal once per year..?

    Personally I thought the entire premise of Supersize me was ****ing stupid. If I more than double my calorie intake and remove all exercise from my routine will I get fat and unhealthy? Dur dur dur. I can't believe people paid money to watch that stupid ****.

    After all, if he ate nothing but carrots for a month he'd die for ****s sakes.

  38. That's what I thought. Thanks C!

  39. Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    Like what..? You should only supersize your MickyD's meal once per year..?

    Personally I thought the entire premise of Supersize me was ****ing stupid. If I more than double my calorie intake and remove all exercise from my routine will I get fat and unhealthy? Dur dur dur. I can't believe people paid money to watch that stupid ****.

    After all, if he ate nothing but carrots for a month he'd die for ****s sakes.
    Vance.
    The point is some people actually eat like that or similar on a daily basis.
    From your response you obviously know about diet and exercise and how important it is.
    But for those who do not, maybe the show gave them a heads up.
    I saw it for free on FX. Never knew it was shown in a paid venue.

  40. Are there any updated on the law suit?
  

  
 

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