Egyptian Weightlifting Team Banned for Giving Dianabol to Teenage Girls

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  1. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Question you have to ask yourself.

    Do you want to be a winner or a loser?

    Breakfast of champs!!!
     
  2. i want to, nay, i need to be a winner. Help me be a winner Sworder. Start by giving me copious amounts of Dbol... For free. :D
     
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  3. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Oh I didn't notice but yeah they even got it for free?... And they are complaining?

    Well I guess WADA or whoever is complaining...
    Worse than the Grinch! Dbol empowers people. Literally
     
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  4. Not sure if they got it for free, but i want it for free. WADA can suck it twice!
     
  5. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    This is from the article, I didn't read it until now.
    "Egypt claims that desserts were sabotaged with Dianabol."

    I am all for dbol but I don't know if it goes well with dessert? It's better served with an entrée, I would say darker meat like moose or venison...

    It's always hilarious listening to the excuses that the athletes or
    committees produce.
     
  6. master.on

    master.on Member

    Breakfast of the champions?

    Why only for breakfast?
    Ain't better to split the dosages as much as possible?
    Why not the breakfast, brunch, snack, lunch, snack and dinner of the champions?
     
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  7. Eman

    Eman Member

    It's more surprising to me that Egypt allows women to compete in weightlifting at all...
     
  8. master.on

    master.on Member

    Do they must wear burqas while lifting?
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  9. i thought they had to wear them in public?
    Technically, she's in public.
     
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  10. Eman

    Eman Member

    Actually I think Egypt is a bit more developed than other middle Eastern countries, depending on where you're at. Hijabs are still common due to culture but I don't think veils are.

    I read a story s few years ago about a woman that had taken a prescription pain killer into Egypt but it was still illegal, she was actually facing life in prison. I'll have to look it up and see it she ever got released.

    Prescription painkillers illegal... But female genital mutilation legal up until just a few years ago. The world is a wacky place man.
     
  11. Eman

    Eman Member

    Here it is... She just got out this year, few of my facts were slightly off.

    British woman jailed over painkillers is freed from Egyptian prison
     
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  12. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    YEAH THOSE PPL ARE CRAZY!

    "Circumcision of adults who grant personal informed consent for the surgical operation is legal. In the United States, non-therapeutic circumcision of male children has long been assumed to be lawful in every jurisdiction provided that one parent grants surrogate informed consent."
     
  13. Eman

    Eman Member

    I understand where you're attempting to go with this but you're comparing apples to oranges.
     
  14. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    My real point is that every culture has it's equivalences of "crazy." Who is really right and wrong?
    Nudists are one side of the spectrum and Muslims are another. From the lens of American society they are both "wrong."

    We have mass shooters, they have suicide bombers...

    We alienate ourselves from other cultures and think we are better.. We really aren't. If anything I would argue that the "western" culture has done more damage than the rest of the cultures has, combined.

    Not to mention we are the only country that has dropped an atom bomb on somebody. TWICE!
     
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  15. Eman

    Eman Member

    I agree on this to a certain extent but not where cutting off a little girl's clit is concerned.

    I actually really like a lot of the socially liberal ideals in parts of Europe that are seen as crazy here. The German sauna experience is one of my all time favorite things to do - it's not only seen as crazy here but in most of the US it's deemed illegal due to the required nudity.

    But we're not talking about nudity, we're talking about a barbaric procedure that not only has zero therapeutic benefit but carries significant risk for not only the girl when she's young but also her child, FGM recipients are correlated with a much higher infant mortality rate.

    To your previous point, I don't really agree with male circumcision either - generally accepted to have little to no therapeutic benefit either and it's uncommon in a most other parts of the world... And yes, I was including the US and the rest of the world when I said the world is a wacky place.
     
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  16. Norse13

    Norse13 Member

    290 Tramadol will probably land you in prison in many countries though, not just Egypt. Carrying opioids for someone else is never a smart move. Maybe she didn't think it through, maybe she thought it was a risk worth taking. How did she even get hold of them, it's not like you can just pop by the local Boots pharmacy and get them over the counter. Didn't an alarm bell ring then...

    Jailed in UAE for popping banned painkiller, Indian workers seek mercy

    This guy got jail in Dubai for just 20...
     
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  17. Norse13

    Norse13 Member

    In my gym, in a Middle Eastern country, some women wear headscarf like that photo. Other women wear booty shorts. And others everything inbetween. Doesn't seem to be a problem for anyone. Wear whatever you like.
     
  18. Eman

    Eman Member

    Her husband had back pain or migraines or something and he was already in Egypt waiting for her. He asked if she could bring his meds so she did. But yeah, not the best move but honestly I wouldn't have really given it a lot of thought myself until after I had been found out. With that said, you would be unlikely to get into much trouble in Western countries after verification from the spouse... But we're talking about a country where even alcohol is pretty taboo.
     
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  19. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Lol and you keep doing it...