Puffer Fish wrote:You keep repeating that, so it's obvious you completely misunderstand the point of this thread.
No, I do not misunderstand the thread. You misunderstand the intent of the law and the cooperation of the gyms with the law, to make illegal steroid use and sales in gyms, unpalatable to abusers.
Puffer Fish wrote:I obviously meant if he was in Belgium and was hugely muscular. Which is a hypothetical.
It's still a ridiculous hypothetical as I've already pointed out that it goes far beyond someone who is merely muscular, but someone who exhibits signs of steroid use(which I've already pointed out, with sources, can be identified).
Puffer Fish wrote:I agree there is a balance, but am saying that what happened in those stories is completely unreasonable.
It's not when you consider that the gyms are working in cooperation with the state, to get rid of steroid abuse within their gyms. People are still free to go to gyms that are not a part of this program(roughly 50%).
Puffer Fish wrote:Obviously where I think a balance should be is very far away from where you think it should be. You aren't looking for balance.
Yes, since you are clearly against enforcement of drug laws in gyms, and people being punished for their drug use, even when there are signs of said drug use.
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