The illicit anabolic steroid market includes steroids that are not commercially available in the . as well as those which are available. Steroids that are commercially available in the . include fluxoymesterone (Halotestin® ), methyltestosterone, nandrolone (Deca-Durabolin® , Durabolin ® ), oxandrolone (Oxandrin® ), oxymetholone (Anadrol® ), testosterone, and stanozolol (Winstrol® ). Veterinary steroids that are commercially available in the . include boldenone (Equipoise® ), mibolerone, and trenbolone (Revalor® ). Other steroids found on the illicit market that are not approved for use in the . include ethylestrenol, methandriol, methenolone, and methandrostenolone.
Last week’s picks of the Indianapolis, San Diego, and Atlanta went 2-1, making me 7-5 for the year. Time again to pick three teams for your suicide pool and one thing that makes you want to commit suicide. This week’s picks are Philly, San Diego, Detroit, and bed training a two-year-old. Every new parent dreads toilet training, but NO ONE warns you about transitioning a child from a crib to a bed. It’s awful. A crib keeps a child contained. Sure, once in a while they fall out of the crib and suffer a traumatic brain impact, but stil l… CONTAINED. With a bed, a child can just wander out freely, any time he likes, which is every two minutes. My son deliberately shits his diaper at night now. He takes a shit, he gets out of bed, he waddles downstairs, he forces us to change him and put him back, and then he shits AGAIN three minutes later. He is rationing his shits just to troll us! I’ve never seen such a profound display of evil. I want a crib the size of a football field, with ten-foot sides, and I want to keep the child there until age 27. Bed training SUCKS.
The NFL and Jerry Jones don’t care if Elliott really did beat up Thompson, or if he didn’t, or if maybe it’s a complicated situation, or if maybe it isn’t. They care, as they have always cared, about getting the right PR spin on it so that nobody will feel bad about forking over thousands of dollars to visit Cowboys stadium and watch Elliott run. While they’re at it, they’d like to use concerns about domestic-violence victims to gain more power to enforce a personal-conduct policy that is so arbitrary it doles out longer suspension for marijuana than for beating your partner—while, apparently, working with America’s district attorneys. This is what “ getting it right ” looks like with the NFL—an arbitrary power grab that helps nobody except the likes of Jones, the billionaire who just wants to keep on making more billions.