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Vindication!


#1

I certainly don't mean to gloat over something related to a person's death, but I am SO relieved/thrilled that the medical examiner has now gone on record saying that Rashidi (sp?) Wheeler's death had nothing to do with his ephedrine use. Of course none of the panic-mongers in the media are going to retract any of the sensationalistic crap they've been spewing the last several days, but one can at least hope that they're feeling mightily chagrined.


#2

I realy don't know how they can say ephedrin had NOTHING to do with his death, there realy is no way to tell for sure. lets see ephedrine is a bronchial dialator and ozone levels are at their highest in extream heat. ozone can induce bronchial hyperresponsiveness in adults with asma. so how can I believe that it is safe for someone with asma that is exercising in extream heat to take a bronchial dialator? peace


#3

I realy don't know how they can say ozone levels had NOTHING to do with his death, there realy is no way to tell for sure. as ozone levels were at their highest, and ephedrine is a bronchial dialator, and in extreem heat. ozone can induce bronchial hyperresponsiveness in adults with asma. so how can I believe that it is safe for someone with asma that is exercising in extreem heat to exercise when ozone levels are at their highest and take a bronchial dialator?


or how they can say exercising in extreem heat had NOTHING to do with his death, there realy is no way to tell for sure. as ozone levels are at their highest, and he was exercising in extreem heat, and ephedrine is a bronchial dialator, ozone can induce bronchial hyperresponsiveness in adults with asma. so how can I believe that it is safe for someone with asma to exercising in extreem heat when ozone levels are at their highest while taking a bronchial dialator?


and while overweight

We better blame beer manufacturers for someone drowning while swimming drunk, or blame the lake.