Thread: is this a joke?
01-15-2006, 07:15 PM #1
is this a joke?
mtv true life on steroids . seriously....from skinny people to gay people then to death. could they try to embarass us more?
01-15-2006, 07:24 PM #2
Truthfully, I like the way they ended it. I was worried out of my mind (seriously) that they would portray AAS as miracles in vials and anyone could put on 20lbs of mass per month with. They had that going in the beginning, when they started the show with a guy with a solid physique.
Fortunately, it got worse and worse until it came to the end with the kid dying and eventually talked about the gay guy and his battles with depression that put him in the hospital. If they had just focused on the 1st guy, I'm sure 1,000,000 more teens would now be on here posting about sources because they 'wanna look like that pro bodybuilder did on MTV True Life!!!'
I just hope the kids realize that depression and sadly... death, are all too possible without proper research and usage. Embarrassed? I wouldn't say so. It wasn't aimed so much at bashing juice, just giving a real take using 'Real Lives.'
01-15-2006, 07:25 PM #3Associate Member
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the 1st guy looked like crap, I don't understand how people can even see him as decent big
01-15-2006, 07:44 PM #4Originally Posted by Monsteronjuice
01-15-2006, 07:52 PM #5Originally Posted by motoxer23
01-15-2006, 07:56 PM #6
i was thinking about that the other day ... what if everyone could get big... that would definately not be cool. im sorry the mtv true life really through my off guys, i mean one scene is a needle in a vial, then jumped to dancing at a gay bar. i by no means am bashing gay people, but what was with that?
01-15-2006, 08:07 PM #7Originally Posted by vein-x
Well i wasn't implying that, i try and make that same argument when someone approaches me and tries to say steroid users are taking the easy way out, because the truth is we still goto the gym like everyone else, and in fact we without a doubt probably work harder then people that aren't on juice with our training and our diets. I wasn't saying they add mass while u sit and do nothing. But i think one could say we have an advantage though who juice from those who don't and if everyone starts to fall into what might become a "trend" then the advantage is gone and everyone gains size respectively as the same pace, granted they know how to train.
01-15-2006, 08:14 PM #8
I couldn't agree with you more Moto. Unfortunately, if it really got to that point the US would consider it to be a 'Steroid Epedemic' and shoot at juicers ON SIGHT (you know this isn't THAT irrational...) which would put more than 90% of the teen juicers OFF-cycle... just the way it is now.
01-15-2006, 08:44 PM #9Originally Posted by vein-x
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