because the sport isn't tested. thats why it is so entertaining to watch just like baseball used to be.
I think he means why dont they get busted legally...aka a felony charge..not why dont they get tested for competition.
[QUOTE=bigdavid;3132288]I think he means why dont they get busted legally...aka a felony charge.
This is how i interpreted it. Its an interesting question. Id love to know an answer.
The same way every big dude, in every gym across America doesn't get busted, at random. They just don't.
This^....unless you are distributing steroids there isn't really any drive to go after the individual user, and even suppliers don't get busted very oftenOriginally Posted by Frank Reynolds
Recoverbro Elite"This is what we've been working on"
If they were to get "busted" and were asked on what grounds they were pursuing said bodybuilder what would be their answer? "Because hes a bodybuilder and clearly takes steroids". That would be profiling lol
who cares, next topic!
why watch them. they aren't hurting anybody. most users are white collar males with above average salary levels with no criminal history. majority of people who use do so to better their body and attract the opposite sex. again who cares if they use and don't get busted. there is alot of bigger issues to worry about then some pencil neck bringing up this topic!
if your not going to contribute intelligenty to a conversation and feel the need to make a shmuck out of yourself...why bother to be on a forum?
actually I did contribute intelligently. Me being in law enforcement for over 10 years the issue becomes stupid because its a waste of time and money. For little man syndrome, please be advised that you are 6 foot 1inch at 215lbs. Those stats are not worth posting. If you need some training advice then please don't be afraid to hit me up for advice!
Unless you have hard evidence that someone is using schedules substances you cant put em out. You may know someone is a recreational drug user, murderer, terrorist, or juicing but without evidence your just speculating or, to be politically correct, profiling.
It is a waste of time and money for law enforcement to chase after it. They could care less.
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
Because cops love them and they make you vote republican.
If I were "ready" for roids I would take them and wouldn't worry about being caught that would probably be the last thing on my mind.
As long as we are on this subject under what circumstances would anyone be made to get tested for steroid use? Is this only a concern for athletes? Or are their professions such as law enforcement, medical professionals, etc, that make you get tested for steroid use among the other drugs commonly tested for?