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    Default Woman poisons husband with anti-freeze laced steroids

    A woman has admitted to killing her weightlifter husband by lacing his steroid injections with antifreeze.
    Forty-seven-year-old Jamie Baker faces 15 years to life in prison for poisoning her 42-year-old husband James Baker, a competitive weightlifter who died in September 2013. Authorities said an autopsy found ethylene glycol in his system. The chemical is found in antifreeze


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    Soooooo, she just gave him underground roids? Anitfreeze is standard practice, right?

    Funny thing, I just did an online education module for anti doping. They claimed that it was common to find steriods mixed with engine oil. Er, right.


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    Engine oil?
    What happened to good ol' peanut oil?
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    Can't use peanut oil these days, these gen Y and millennial types are all allergic. No cases of engine allergy yet.

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    Ah ok. Maybe Canola or Sunflower oil then.
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    There were a few things in it put forward as fact that were just hysterical propaganda. Roid rage was given as a certainty for all steroid use. And all sorts of horrible physical problems, like shitting out a kidney or having your liver explode. It was almost comical.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyAllen View Post
    Soooooo, she just gave him underground roids? Anitfreeze is standard practice, right?

    Funny thing, I just did an online education module for anti doping. They claimed that it was common to find steriods mixed with engine oil. Er, right.
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