Reading the intro again now, knowing he's writing about himself is kind of funny:
It was like a scene out of a movie. I was told to drive to a parking lot and wait there for further instructions. I drove there and waited. The lot was empty except for a bank of pay phones. One of them was ringing. Sure enough, the man on the other end was the person I was supposed to interview.
I consider myself lucky that this individual allowed me to interview him. The interview was conducted in this manner to protect him and his identity, as well as yours truly. I don?t know his real name. We agreed this was best to protect both of us.
In this age of the Internet, we?ve seen a plethora of "e-sources" come and go. Most of them "go" into retirement not of their own volition, but because they?re popped by law enforcement. In truth, most of them are popped for being incredibly stupid and na?ve. They don?t think they?ll get caught. But as the more intelligent ones know, it?s not if, but merely a matter of when. Eventually we all roll a seven or an eleven in the craps game called steroid dealing.
However, after speaking with this individual for over ninety minutes by phone, I can tell you he?s one of the more intelligent and cautious people I?ve ever spoken with. He fully plans on leaving this "profession" by his own volition, and a lot sooner than many of you think.
Welcome to the world of Generic Agriculture & Chemical (GAC), steroid bootlegger extraordinaire!