lol…i hope for your sake you’re at most 18 years old. Just reading the title made me laugh, then the points we’re almost elementary.
“10 reasons we should all take steroids, they don’t make you lose hair, your ‘pee-pee'(really?) won’t shrink. Grow up pea-brain. There are many other bad side-effects, on top of that the long term effects are still largely unknown. If some kid just getting into bodybuilding was looking at this he’d probably take your ignorant advice to heart. And judging by your last point…”the dark side has cookies” (again, really?) your target audience is people new to the bodybuilding scene. Stop spreading bull**** and take some time out of your day to actually learn about the effects of steroids via a doctor or other RELIABLE source. Lastly…all this begs the questions, why exactly would you want new builders to feel so positively about steroids..? Do you perhaps feel angry that others don’t feel the same way you do? Or maybe you realized that steroids aren’t all they’re cracked up to be (by people like you, of course), and now don’t want to be the only one facing the problems you likely faced with?
When a sport is partly about the technology being used, a technology arms race is not necessarily a bad thing. The America's Cup is of interest as much for the engineering of the yachts as for the skill of the sailors. The same is true of Formula One auto racing and, to a lesser extent, the Tour de France cycling race. The technology arms races in these sports are arguably virtuous. But when, as in swimming, the arms race leads to the pursuit of a new technology that does not contribute to the sport and leaves everyone worse off, the arms race is vicious.
Ironically, narcotics share the same particularity – they are more useful as an illegal good. Undoubtedly, the large supplies of narcotics come from channels protected by the government. In the books “ The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia ” and “ Drug Traffic: Narcotics and Organized Crime in Australia ” Alfred W. McCoy revealed that the Central Intelligence Agency, better know from propaganda movies as CIA, was largely involved in drug trafficking from the Middle East through Europe to the United States in the 1960s. If you think that narcotics are kept illegal because it’s hard to catch the “bad guys”, think again.