[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYlNfvwFN_I&feature=fv w"]YouTube- E60: Super Freak[/ame]
Great clip. Lots of things in there that are discussion worthy.
only thing that bothers me is that his arms were the results of sytherol abuse and dirty injection proceedures.
the last chance he has at being viewed as "normal" is by denouncing steroids...hes got no other way to go, hes already at rock bottom so u cant really blame him for switching sides.
Imagine seeing that video yourself...and then unexpectingly seeing yourself as the steroid abuse guy (along with the meth abuser, crack abuser, heroin abuser, etc).
The guys kid doesnt even talk to him anymore so you can't blame the guy. It our society that has put him under the label of drug abuser. If there was no law against steroids than he would be just like any other american and none of this would have happened to him. We all know steroids don't cause problems like cocaine and meth but our government want our sports to be pure which will never happen but to them making it illegal is doing that.
with respect to post 4, the government doesn't want sports pure, they want sports to appear pure. GWB signed conseco on to the texas rangers before GWB became president...
just like nobody (besides the senate) cares if barry bonds is on anything - i paid 60 bucks for my seats, and i damned better see a home run....
I'm sorry that his kid doesn't talk to him anymore but that's why you should be upfront with your kids. Personally if he was my father I'd still talk to him because he's my father for God's sake and everyone makes mistakes. I don't think his use is that important, but maybe I'm too forgiving.
Unfortunately since the American government likes to persuade people with false propaganda, this is what happens.
If they actually taught the REAL facts and how things can be safe by taking all precautionary measures with harm reduction, there would be no problem here.