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Singh said he Checked all the ingriedents listed in the product to make sure it was okay. He said he is mad about the situation. Dude these SWATS people have pissed I mean everyone off with them lieing about their product.
From Yahoo! Sports: SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Bubba Watson wants no part of deer-antler spray. The name alone makes the Masters champion a bit squeamish.
Singh should be more pissed that they don't actually do anything.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Hilarious - Singh has chronic leg and lower back pain a couple of years ago - takes Antler Spray - comes back playing like old form in 2012 - then plays the ignorance card..
There is no way I'm believing Singh said this - he is smarter than that
The reason it is banned by the PGA as the article or blog story states is beacause it is a PED.
It's one thing to buy this stuff at hotel rooms from a dealer who only takes cash, but then lie about knowledge of beneficial effects and dig like a lawyer to evade culpability is pathetic.
Barry Bonds and Palmero claimed that were taking Vitamin B and Flax seed
Sossa and Ben Johnson claimed thier drinks were spiked
Lance Armstrong - well you know the story
Brian Cushing claimed he was only using GNC products
Lie, deny, lie, deny
Yea that's the thing. I think these swats guys are full of it. Their is nothi g special about their stuff. It's water and stickers. They've been ripping these people off.
Lol ur pathetic. U sound like ur advertising for the swats guys. Like their hologram stickers and deer horn are miracle workers.
Wow - you would cover up knowledge of a murder even if you saw who pulled the trigger.....
Your right - it does not work - so why is it banned????? If it does not work then why are athletes buying it by the case??? If it does not work then why are all these athletes having to lawyer up????
If this was a bunch of PAC 12 teams you would be blasting away
Answer the question - why is it a banned substance????
Again, IGF-1 is blanket banned. However, IGF-1 in spray form DOES NOTHING. GOT DAMN YOU ARE DUMB
Convenient for you to think that because Bama players were buying it right???
So then you would have to agree that Bama players are just morons right?
Why were they buying it in the first place??
When you buy something - ther is a reason - buy a thumb drive, you need memory - buy a hammer, you want to build something - buy some Deer Spray, you are looking for a PED
What did Bama players think they were buying $40 and $50 dollar bottles of water???
"What did Bama players think they were buying $40 and $50 dollar bottles of water???"
- Pretty much EXACTLY what they bought. Both have the same effect.
Is this one of Nova's accounts?
You realize the spray gets swallowed right?? You do know they make oral active IGF and Oral active insulin right???
You sound like lance Armstrong
you do know oral active IGF is only marketed by these sham companies such as SWATS because it doesn't actually do anything, right?
I realize Alabama's graduation rate is dismal - but you cannot even lie to yourself on this.
Let me ask you this - what so you think they thought they were buying??
If they would buy this product - most likely they would buy other products as well
oh so if i happen to smoke a cigarette, i probably smoke pot too. and if i smoke pot, i probably do coke. so if i smoke a cig, i do coke as well. same line of reasoning.
It works - it is orally administered to livestock
I bet you still believe OJ is innocent...
LOL. That's a Belgian Blue Cow. It is genetically that big.
"However, as SI reports, the spray may not even be effective in humans.
Dr. Roberto Salvatori, who studies growth hormone at Johns Hopkins University, told the Baltimore Sun that there's no evidence of a successful way to deliver IGF-1 in pill or spray form.
"If there were, a lot of people would be happy that they don't need to get shots anymore," he told the paper.""
This post was edited by coolstorybro 15 months ago
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