[quote]Professor X wrote:
Texas just finished their highly expensive steroid testing and I believe they found 4 people who used. Whatever the number, it was not worth the money spent on testing especially considering how the school system in this location is coming up short in areas that really matter as far as education. There is no steroid epidemic and teenagers are not the main users anyway. Grown men (white collar workers) in their 30’s are the main users of those hormones making the majority of the hype we hear as far as “saving the children” complete and utter nonsense.
Ads like that go a long way towards stunting any further research or advancement as far as maintaining or even reversing the aging process. They are not doing any of us any favors.
It seems the government wants most of us dead by 65 anyway so the last thing desired is 50+ year old supermen who feel like 20 year olds and who can still have sex for hours every night.[/quote]
Yup. Especially when you compare the numbers for steroid use to the numbers of kids smoking cigarettes or drinking underage, however because there was such a lack of research and evidence on the consequences and results of steroid use, they went for bullshit such as the sanctity of sports and the miniscule percentage of high school who were probably fucking around anyway when they claimed using steroids on those drug surveys they make you take in school.