Freedom, Business, Controversy and Fitness

Conspiracy Theories: Sports Gambling, Steroids and the DEA

Why is it that we are free to use harmful products such as Alcohol and
Cigarettes which both in excess harm our bodies? Both of those
products also harm others: DUI accidents, second hand smoke. I just
recently heard something about third hand smoke.
We are also allowed to use so called Medicines which are harmful to
our bodies. Not to pick on Chantix but cmon!

Chantix Side Effects:
Chantix has been linked to psychiatric illness, suicide, and serious
injuries caused by loss of consciousness and blackouts. Smokers taking
Chantix may experience common side effects:

Increased appetite
Strange dreams
Taste changes
Upset stomach
More severe side effects of the smoking cessation drug may include:

Behavior changes
Chest pain
Fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat
Glycemic problems, including diabetes
Heart trouble
Liver failure
Memory loss
New or worsening mental or mood problems (i.e. aggression, agitation,
anger, anxiety, depression, nervousness, homicidal thinking, thoughts
of hurting other people)
Red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin
Severe or persistent nausea
Stevens Johnson Syndrome (a serious skin disease)
Suicidal thoughts or actions
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (also known as “Lyell’s syndrome,” a skin
disorder caused by an allergic reaction or infection)
Trouble sleeping
Vision changes
Vivid, strange, or unusual dreams

Are you Fucking Kidding me!
If I want to stop smoking (I’ve never smoked even one in my life)

I take this and instead of dying from:
Lung or Throat Cancer

I can die from half a dozen things. And I might even blow my fucking
head off!! Are you kidding me!! The FDA approved that list! See next
post: FDA Conspiracy.

But, steroids are illegal? Or are they? Anabolic Steroids have been
around since the 1930’s and have had many benefits, they were used to
treat survivors of the holocaust, used to treat AIDS patients to stop
wasting.  Examples include reducing infertility, correcting lack of
libido or erectile dysfunction, correcting osteoporosis, encouraging
penile enlargement, encouraging height growth, encouraging bone marrow
stimulation and reversing the effects of anemia, and even appetite

U.S. Congress considered placing anabolic steroids under the
Controlled Substances Act following the controversy over Ben Johnson’s
victory at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. During deliberations,
the American Medical Association (AMA), Drug Enforcement
Administration (DEA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as
the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) all opposed listing
anabolic steroids as controlled substances, citing the fact that use
of these hormones does not lead to the physical or psychological
dependence required for such scheduling under the Controlled Substance
Act. Nevertheless, anabolic steroids were added to Schedule III of the
Controlled Substances Act in the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of
– wikipedia

Steroids weren’t made illegal because they hurt other people they were
made illegal because they ruined the point spread in sports gambling!!
An athlete on steroids is undetermined what he will do because it
gives him an unfair edge.

Steroids: legal or illegal?
There are a ton of anti-aging clinics popping up all over. And part of
their services is hormone therapy. Testosterone is administered.
Testosterone is an anabolic steroid!!

It is a proven fact that men over the age of 30 have a significantly
lowered testosterone and growth hormone count, then men aged 18. So it
is only fair they even it out. Especially in the UFC where fighters
like Randy Couture aged 47 soon to be 48, has to step in and fight an
18 or 21yr old.

Did androsterone contribute to Mark Mcguire’s home run record? I don’t
care what you are taking, when he hit those balls they were way over
the wall not barely making it. It takes talent to hit all those home
runs not supplements. Again, he should be allowed to even out his
Testosterone levels with that of an 18yr old. Is it fair to keep him
and Barry Bonds out of the hall of fame? Is it fair to keep Pete Rose
out for Sports Gambling? Sports Gambling didn’t affect how awesome
Pete Rose played baseball. Ok, so don’t let him in as a manager, but
to keep him out as a player! Cmon, grow up America!!

Then you have control factors, like all the manpower used to police
that silly law.

Just recently in a neighboring town there was a giant steroid sting. A
local doctor passed away and it was discovered he was one of the
largest suppliers in the area, and most of his clients were police
officers! I believe, All those officers were fired. Then add in the
salaries and man hours setting up and delivering the sting. Instead,
they could be using those hours combating the real war on drugs! The
drugs that are killing and destroying our youth! Those officers
probably just wanted to be in shape to better do their job, and now
they are Unemployed. Adding to our giant skyrocketing unemployment

One of the largest industries in the world is sports supplements, and
there are no regulations! No one is watching it! No FDA regulations at
all except, label content. Unless a product comes out that works too
well and again; ruins the point spread, then all of a sudden congress
wants to ban it. Like ephedrine or androsterone. What’s next?

Who runs America? We the people… No! The Large Corporations!

The conspiracy is real! Believe it or not!

Copyright © 2011 louisjbianco All Rights Reserved.

3 responses

  1. Syed

    Louis i have the exact same mentality to yours. I most certainly believe in this conspiracy. I’m still contemplating whether to start using. Only thing holding me back is the risk of excessive hair loss since i already have MPB at age 24 and i couldn’t bare to have the hair loss sped up while i’m still only in mid-twenties. Are you a steroids user yourself?

    April 24, 2011 at 4:52 PM

    • No it’s not worth it. Unless you are a pro wrestler or pro athlete. And even then it’s illegal. Not worth it. You can however go to an anti-aging clinic over the age of 30-35 depending on local laws and get it prescribed legally. So if you do want to do it, you have something to look forward to. Lol

      April 24, 2011 at 6:58 PM

    • I’m just a legal advocate. The same goes for seat-belts and speed limits.

      They should be suggested rules not laws. If I don’t want to wear a seatbelt I shouldn’t have to. I have plenty of stories where the person was thrown from the car and survived or if having been thrown they wouldn’t have been crushed in a fiero.

      Seats-belts for underage kids ok. They aren’t adults. As adults we know the risks and the consequences of our actions.

      America is supposed to be free but we have the most rules and regulations in the world. Didn’t we also have a Boston tea party 238 yrs. ago? Yet we are still being crushed by taxes! Check out the taxes in NJ!!

      April 24, 2011 at 7:07 PM

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