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Originally posted by sy.gunson
Steroids are just as dangerous as Methamphetamines.
Have you ever heard of Roid Rage ?
In dose above 5 mg daily there is a huge risk of induced psychosis and irreversible personality disorders. It would be safer to chamber a round in a revolver and play Russian roulette.
'Roid rage is something I've had an up close and never to be forgotten experiance with. I'm just glad I wasn't the target...a true roid rage is a thing to behold, from a distance...
I'm confused....she has custody
Well this discussion just became a bit more relevant with the triple murder suicide (apparently) of wrestler Chris Benoit and his family.
This is a partial transcript from "The O'Reilly Factor," June 26, 2007, that has been edited for clarity.
BILL O'REILLY, HOST: "Impact" segment tonight, Georgia authorities say professional wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife, seven-year-old son, and then hung himself. The 40-year-old Benoit had a history of domestic violence, and cancelled a televised wrestling appearance just last Sunday because of personal reasons. Some suspect drug or steroid use may be involved in this case because anabolic steroids were found in his home.
Joining us now from Chicago, former pro wrestler, Jon Stewart.
Very disturbing. Strangled his wife, smothered his seven-year-old son, and then hung around for about a day, authorities say, before he hung himself. Did you know this guy?
JON STEWART, FMR. PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER: I've met him a couple of times. You know, being in the industry for 20 years, I've known of him for 15 years. And this is completely out of character for him.
Chris was a very pensive, quiet guy, a workhorse in the industry. And this is completely out of — what I've known of him — character.
O'REILLY: OK, but you did know that he was on steroids. And you know, once you get into that world of narcotics, illegal drugs, whatever you want to call them, your personality changes. Correct?
STEWART: Well, that's true. That's true. I've never seen Chris take steroids or know anything so I can't allege anything like that. I can't tell you that.
O'REILLY: Well, they found him in his house.
STEWART: Yes. A high majority of professional wrestlers, past, present and probably unfortunately in the future have been on steroids. And the mix of steroids, this gladiator mentality that we have, the way the public treats us that, you know, we're not held to any rules of society. Bill, that is a really lethal combination.