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Comment from: William K. Wolfrum [Member] Email
Brandon,

Do you think that being able to practice more could help a golfer?

Aside from adding strength, P-E drugs help the body recuperate, meaning a golfer could practice more.

I expected more from you, padewan. Science exists for a reason, so that we don't have to go with our gut feelings on how things like chemicals work.

--WKW
08/02/07 @ 16:37
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Will, when did you undergo the trials? I mean, the bearded Qui-Gon thing is cool, but this padewan stuff is creepy. However, you do make good points, as mostly, which is nice. Lots of eagles on tour these last couple of weeks. Hmmm...

Brandon, I'd like to go on and off record and state that my freaking out is now under control, thanks to finasteride. I'd also like to reiterate (having previously iterated) that my most recent steroid blog was a complete fabrication. For those old enough to remember, one of the great hoaxes of all time was the Sports Illustrated piece on Hayden "Sidd" Finch. It was in that spirit that I wrote the piece. Now, about that smoking hot wives analogy. Shrunken testicles and sexual dysfunction are only one part of the package. A successful tour pro can attract all types of companios through her/his game, personality, wealth, etc.
08/02/07 @ 16:45
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
I had no idea the Masters was so interesting...
08/02/07 @ 17:46

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