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  • Pork-induced Positives

    http://english.pravda.ru/sport/2002/08/07/33974.html

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    Re: Pork-induced Positives

    This confirms my long held belief that the constant pumping of steroids (and other substances) into our food supply is the cause of most of the illness and disease we have today that were not present even 30 years ago. Our meat is pumped full of every steroid imaginable and all of our other food is all processed with unpronouncable chemicals. ADD didn't exist 30 years ago and now suddenly its an epidemic. Connect the dots.

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    • #3
      Re: Pork-induced Positives

      >This confirms my long held belief that the
      >constant pumping of steroids (and other
      >substances) into our food supply is the cause of
      >most of the illness and disease we have today
      >that were not present even 30 years ago. Our
      >meat is pumped full of every steroid imaginable
      >and all of our other food is all processed with
      >unpronouncable chemicals. ADD didn't exist 30
      >years ago and now suddenly its an epidemic.
      >Connect the dots.
      I don't think it confirms your beliefs. This article doesn't mention feeding steroids to animals, but states that consuming pork from uncastrated animals leads to elevated test levels in athletes. I would guess that people have been consuming pork and other meats from uncastrated animals long before the recent increase in the ADD diagnosis.

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      • #4
        Re: Pork-induced Positives

        ADD didn't exist 30
        >years ago and now suddenly its an epidemic.
        >Connect the dots.

        Of course ADD existed 30 years ago - they just called it hyper-activity. In another 30 years they'll be calling procrastination "delayed responsibilty disorder", laziness "energy deficit disorder", running slow "speed inhibition disorder".

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        • #5
          Re: Pork-induced Positives

          Decafan:

          You're right on the mark!

          I have "forum-induced troll-itis syndrome"

          Kurt

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          • #6
            Re: Pork-induced Positives

            I vote this as the best-named thread ever. Was the pun intended?

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            • #7
              Re: Pork-induced Positives

              >I vote this as the best-named thread ever. Was
              >the pun intended?

              Yes it was!

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              • #8
                Re: Pork-induced Positives

                "forum-induced troll-itis syndrome"

                Kurt, just kidding here, but I can't resist

                If the shoe FITS,

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                • #9
                  Re: Pork-induced Positives

                  This is why I'm so ripped!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Pork-induced Positives

                    Any cartoonists out there? A bunch of athletes at a trough and in the trough a bunch of pigs handing out money.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Pork-induced Positives

                      Brings a whole new meaning the the expression "getting porked."
                      "Who's Kidding Who?"

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