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erp7e
06-14-2004, 10:48 PM
Nah...just kidding...but I had you for a minute there?!

Boxer
06-14-2004, 10:54 PM
LOL I had my reply post planned as I clicked on this and it was going to go something along the lines as protein powder being classed as food...

so yep you had me for a second:D

WillBrink
06-15-2004, 12:02 AM
Originally posted by erp7e
Nah...just kidding...but I had you for a minute there?!

That was not funny.:eek:

blackosirus93
06-15-2004, 01:49 AM
I think I just shit myself.

DmitryWI
06-15-2004, 03:09 AM
Damn, man! Scared the hell out of me. Really had me for a minute :D

no23
06-15-2004, 09:14 AM
I'd laugh only I think it mightn't be far away!

pizzaman
06-15-2004, 11:02 PM
They'll probably go after Big Macs and whoppers before they attack the protein powder. I'll be happy just so long as they keep their hands off pizza! :)

erp7e
06-16-2004, 07:35 PM
Pizzaman, that's an interesting point...the government wants to "protect" us from ephedrine and prohormones. Yet plenty of much more harmful substances are still legal (I'd love to hear the rationale of how prohormones are "more dangerous" than cigarettes).

Simon
06-17-2004, 09:42 AM
LOL - wake em up Erp7e..

Mind you nothing would surprise me with that bunch.

" Ah well you see, it's 'well known' that taking more than 30 grams of protein per serving will cause your kidneys to implode, and whey protein is always served in 45 gram servings, so clearly we have a major health problem on our hands here.

When you also factor in that some companies put steriods in protein powder to increase gains, it's clear we need to move fast to protect the public from the evil that is casein and whey.

We will be creating a new department within the security and intellgence services called 'The Department for Whey and Casein Security'

These brave men will tirelessly seek out, those dealing in casein and whey, and bring them to justice. It's our moral duty to esnure the protection of Americans health.


Should you need any futher evidence of the dire health risks of protine powders look at our studies, that clearly show that bodybuilders only need 67 grams of protein per day , the same as those that sit on the couch all day' Why on earth would they need more. Trust us, we are in the government, we wouldnt' lie.

Simon
06-17-2004, 09:43 AM
Originally posted by pizzaman
They'll probably go after Big Macs and whoppers before they attack the protein powder. I'll be happy just so long as they keep their hands off pizza! :)

Nope, incorrect, they will never touch fast food - why? Take a wild guess, but it involves the word tax.!!!!

erp7e
06-17-2004, 10:53 PM
Tom Ridge will issue an "Red Level" Warning For Physique Enhancement Danger: "Us fat politicians are sick and tired of our wives checking out these guys who work out all the time, eat right, and use nutritional supplements. Rather than getting off my fat porky ass, I think we should regulate how much these 'buffed' people can work out and eat. I mean, it's just not 'traditional family values' to be ripped like that."

WillBrink
06-17-2004, 11:12 PM
Originally posted by erp7e
Tom Ridge will issue an "Red Level" Warning For Physique Enhancement Danger: "Us fat politicians are sick and tired of our wives checking out these guys who work out all the time, eat right, and use nutritional supplements. Rather than getting off my fat porky ass, I think we should regulate how much these 'buffed' people can work out and eat. I mean, it's just not 'traditional family values' to be ripped like that."

Tom Ridge, director of Home Land Obesity?

Kai
06-18-2004, 08:37 AM
Pizzaman, I doubt they will go after national McDo culture. A little bashing from good old europe :-D