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    "If steroids are not nearly as bad for us as we’ve been led to believe, and if they show far more potential as anti-aging medicine than anything else currently available, then what the hell is the problem?"

    Everything you thought you knew about steroids is wrong
    by STEVEN KOTLER

    http://www.laweekly.com/ink/05/36/features-kotler.php

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    incredible read. Thanks alot
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    Great Article! Thanks for the posting!
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    Best article I've read in a LONG ASS TIME

    Thx for posting it!
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    It was a great article. I like that it went in depth. The longer ones are more enjoyable to me.
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    Excellent article - hopefully more positive news like this will get around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakebyte05
    The longer ones are more enjoyable to me.
    Okay SB...this was a serious article. Please refrain from inserting (damnit....wrong word)...uh....penetrating the discussion with (umm....maybe that's a bad one, too).....well, just quit with the homoerotic inuendos
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    I like the longer ones too
    Good article indeed. BTW, what's up with that Kwyck?
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    good shiz
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    That's one of the most awesome articles Ive ever read about anything! Thanks for posting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    I love snakebyte05
    geez, we already discussed this, keep it the secure emails, I dont want this getting out!
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    pretty sweet article, incredible endless science and possibilities are on the way. Wish I were younger
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    Quote Originally Posted by CEDeoudes59
    pretty sweet article, incredible endless science and possibilities are on the way. Wish I were younger
    By the time this **** becomes mainstream it will be time for guys like you and I to start using it. Though I gotta admit, I really wouldn't wanna live to be 120.
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    If I can still screw, I'll live to be 120...why not?
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    good stuff...
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    By the time this **** becomes mainstream it will be time for guys like you and I to start using it. Though I gotta admit, I really wouldn't wanna live to be 120.
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    Hell I would, as long as I could be healthy and virile I'd like to live as long as I can. There's so much cool stuff to do that literally takes a lifetime to be a master at...if you could live that long you'd have a chance to be very adept at a great many things.

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    Truthfully, sometimes the world just disgusts me. Imagine what it might be like in 100 years. Fogeda 'bout it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    Truthfully, sometimes the world just disgusts me. Imagine what it might be like in 100 years. Fogeda 'bout it.
    That's just more years for hookers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    That's just more years for hookers.
    You never cease to disgust me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CEDeoudes59
    pretty sweet article, incredible endless science and possibilities are on the way. Wish I were younger
    'The real eye opener, though, isn’t about what I need now; it’s about what I might want then. “If you can hold on for five more years,? says Rothenberg, “you won’t believe what’s coming.? '

    I believe gene manipulation is less than ten years away. Just hope we don't have to go underground for the myostatin inhibitor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwyckemynd00
    If I can still screw, I'll live to be 120...why not?
    "Methus'lah lived 900 years...
    but what good is livin'
    when no gal will give in
    to no man who's 900 years?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paracelsus
    I believe gene manipulation is less than ten years away. Just hope we don't have to go underground for the myostatin inhibitor!
    I think the big question will be whether we can afford it or not.
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    Swish! That was such an awesome article. That article should be mass produced and put in major newspapers everywhere and posted on billboards, and in waiting rooms! That was too cool. Nothing revelational for us here at AM but to see it hit a mainstream media outlet is a good thing. Im going to make a hard copy of that article right now. Even though I read the whole darn thing just now. Now if only about a hundred more articles like it with support from medical studies and experts could get out, then maybe the tedious re-education of america could get the ball rolling.
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    What we've all known for the longest time! About time the media starts waking up.
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    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/...s-bodies_x.htm

    "Almost 5% of teenage boys and 2% of girls use potentially unhealthy products ranging from protein powders to growth hormone and injectable steroids at least weekly to improve appearance or strength."

    "Protein powders are probably relatively safe..."

    I have yet to see use of protein shakes attributed to increased mortality in teenagers.



    It is mind boggling that, in the midst of an obesity epidemic, the media views concern for one’s body in a negative light. I suppose sitting on one’s ass and eating Krispy Kremes would be more acceptable?
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    It is mind boggling that, in the midst of an obesity epidemic, the media views concern for one’s body in a negative light. I suppose sitting on one’s ass and eating Krispy Kremes would be more acceptable?
    Of course it would - that's the status quo.

    People are terrified of anything that builds muscle, but they'll gobble down high fructose corn syrup like its water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paracelsus
    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/...s-bodies_x.htm

    "Almost 5% of teenage boys and 2% of girls use potentially unhealthy products ranging from protein powders to growth hormone and injectable steroids at least weekly to improve appearance or strength."

    "Protein powders are probably relatively safe..."

    I have yet to see use of protein shakes attributed to increased mortality in teenagers.



    It is mind boggling that, in the midst of an obesity epidemic, the media views concern for one’s body in a negative light. I suppose sitting on one’s ass and eating Krispy Kremes would be more acceptable?
    My IQ just dropped seven points. Those are the two most mindless statements I've ever read in my entire life . I hate the person who wrote them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paracelsus
    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/...s-bodies_x.htm

    "Almost 5% of teenage boys and 2% of girls use potentially unhealthy products ranging from protein powders to growth hormone and injectable steroids at least weekly to improve appearance or strength."

    "Protein powders are probably relatively safe..."

    I have yet to see use of protein shakes attributed to increased mortality in teenagers.



    It is mind boggling that, in the midst of an obesity epidemic, the media views concern for one’s body in a negative light. I suppose sitting on one’s ass and eating Krispy Kremes would be more acceptable?
    the "fitness industry" is miniscule compared to the euphemistically-named "health-care" industry (really, it's much more of a disease industry), and carries correspondingly less weight with social Darwinists, the medical community, and the politicians.

    simply put, there's a hell of a lot more money to be made by managing the health-destructive habits of the masses, than by supporting intelligent, responsible, informed personal decisions.

    I think the optimum choice profile (from the AMA/FDA/Pharma/HMO perspective) is equivalent to paper-or-plastic: "Please select from the following predetermined profit-centers:...."
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCrownedOne
    My IQ just dropped seven points. Those are the two most mindless statements I've ever read in my entire life . I hate the person who wrote them.
    just to make the point, it *would* be quite unhealthy to replace real food w/ protein powder - and that's indeed the kind of foolishness that teen-agers often indulge in.
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    "Steroids have known health effects"?? she says? Apparently not "known" with a very comprehensive understanding by this journalist.
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