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steroids from India are dirty

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so I was looking at some pictures of india the other day, what do you guys think? you want these guys making the steroids you inject in your body:

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the cow in the picture is probably the one that got slipped fake trenbolone from some indian supplier, right bros....:p
 
India is one of the only places on earth where the black plague still exists. Here is some Google shit for you:

In 1994, a plague outbreak in five Indian states caused an estimated 700 infections (including 52 deaths) and triggered a large migration of Indians within India as they tried to avoid the plague.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_plague_in_India


Alpha pharma Beta, Cappa needle on my on my ass - nothing legit coming out of that place. ONE worker with the plague and that shit will hit the states in tiny vials in no time. No worries about rich Indians that take a plane here and shit. I worry about the slumdog factory workers making bathtub gear coughing up some black plague in my juice.

Also, India is super-friend to the US Gov, no lab there would ever last long-term.


:)
 
Hahahaha that made me laugh gear lol

he's bulking up after taking some fake indian made steroids....shit that trenbolone and equipoise that was made in a bathtub hella made him skinny, so he's stuffing down the calories at the trash pile....:eek::p
 
A lot of generic pharmaceutical products are now made in India. I wouldn't be surprise if India one day will become the country with the most production in medicine.

Just like how everything is made in China now days.

But yes, I wouldn't travel there. I have heard too many horror stories about people having near death experiences from getting sick in India
 
A lot of generic pharmaceutical products are now made in India. I wouldn't be surprise if India one day will become the country with the most production in medicine.

Just like how everything is made in China now days.

But yes, I wouldn't travel there. I have heard too many horror stories about people having near death experiences from getting sick in India

bro, chinese hella poison babies' milk with chemicals, they poison pets with toxic paint...if indian pharmaceuticals anything like chinese, which they are, def you getting some shit that can poison the hell out of you...those guys have the plague lol:p
 
bro, chinese hella poison babies' milk with chemicals, they poison pets with toxic paint...if indian pharmaceuticals anything like chinese, which they are, def you getting some shit that can poison the hell out of you...those guys have the plague lol:p

Yeah exactly. People forget about the Chinese putting melamine in baby formula and shit.

Also, it seems a lot of you aren't very educated on India and what is going on there. There are the EXTREMELY wealthy, and then the extremely poor. There are very very very little middle-class (pretty much non-existent, statistically speaking). The extreme poor literally have to live off the trash of the wealthy. They take every piece of trash they can find, and try to find ways to make something out of it to make enough money just to eat, or try to eat it if it is some form of food.

So while a lot of you sit there and make jokes, its actually a literal hell for a massive majority of the population. Whats worse is the poor are populating like crazy (I believe I read the average was something like 8 kids) -- because the more children they had, the more help the family had with physical endeavors and what not. All of this together has really made India a living hell for most people.

The rich and poor gap is INSANE. If you all think its bad here in the US, you haven't seen SHIT. Don't forget, there are literal competitions between billionaires in India on who can make the worlds biggest house. Right now its going on between 3 or 4 of them I believe. I believe I read the homes have cost well over $1,000,000,000 -- though the definite price is not known as they're keeping it secret for obvious reasons. I'm surprised the poor hasn't risen up against the rich.

I'm a full on right-wing libertarian, but I also have compassion for what is going on over there. So I'm all about my money, but there's something VERY wrong when the poor literally have to live off the trash of the wealthy and can't even afford to really take care of themselves or bathe.
 
Yeah exactly. People forget about the Chinese putting melamine in baby formula and shit.

Also, it seems a lot of you aren't very educated on India and what is going on there. There are the EXTREMELY wealthy, and then the extremely poor. There are very very very little middle-class (pretty much non-existent, statistically speaking). The extreme poor literally have to live off the trash of the wealthy. They take every piece of trash they can find, and try to find ways to make something out of it to make enough money just to eat, or try to eat it if it is some form of food.

So while a lot of you sit there and make jokes, its actually a literal hell for a massive majority of the population. Whats worse is the poor are populating like crazy (I believe I read the average was something like 8 kids) -- because the more children they had, the more help the family had with physical endeavors and what not. All of this together has really made India a living hell for most people.

The rich and poor gap is INSANE. If you all think its bad here in the US, you haven't seen SHIT. Don't forget, there are literal competitions between billionaires in India on who can make the worlds biggest house. Right now its going on between 3 or 4 of them I believe. I believe I read the homes have cost well over $1,000,000,000 -- though the definite price is not known as they're keeping it secret for obvious reasons. I'm surprised the poor hasn't risen up against the rich.

I'm a full on right-wing libertarian, but I also have compassion for what is going on over there. So I'm all about my money, but there's something VERY wrong when the poor literally have to live off the trash of the wealthy and can't even afford to really take care of themselves or bathe.

Wow, that's some serious stuff. I know they still use the old class system there, like feudal times in england, where u can't rise above the station u were born into. The government actually outlawed this but it still goes on because of tradition. Think about that, they have the same system as England of what like 1000 ad?? Just crazy and very, very sad. I'm a left wing guy and stuff like a billion dollar house when people are living in garbage just makes me angry. I guess I'm a socialist because I don't believe someone should be allowed to be a billionaire in a country where people are living on the streets, like here In the us for example.
 
In India the rich shit on the poor and its considered okay.

the govt is corrupt.. and its extremely segregated where muslims and hindu's hate each other. rent the movie slumdog millionaire

what separates poor countries from rich countries?

1. education, education, education.. if your countries people have skills, literacy, etc they will do well
2. social safety nets. some people are born to be poor forever, just the way it is. some of you don't get that concept
 
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Makes u grateful to be born in a modern country, even with all the problems here. It makes me so sad to think about kids living in garbage and parents so selfish that they have kids just to help themselves out.
 
Genomex, is pretty spot on. I have worked with many Indians from grad school to now in my profession and they tell me of the huge economic discrepancies in the social classes. Many live in tribes and have people designated as "banker" he keeps the money, lawyer, etc....depending on level of education. One guy told me the tribes "banker" just left one day with the whole tribes money and they were broke. Thus he came to America to get a PhD just to go back to India to do the same work....but he could make more money while here in effing grad school than there.....at the time that was 14000/yr.....never take your freedom and life for granted folks.
 
Makes u grateful to be born in a modern country, even with all the problems here. It makes me so sad to think about kids living in garbage and parents so selfish that they have kids just to help themselves out.

I give thanks everyday for what I've got.

health, happiness, water, food, freedom, etc etc. money helps pay the bills but its just money ;)
 
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