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  1. Thanks for the input, I certainly appreciate it. How much NAC is recommended? I'd guess a gram, gram and a half?
  2. Yes, and yes - for which reasons I was curious. Let's say damage was done, although nothing overly severe going by what I can tell from my friend (possibility of compromised functioning - but not shutdown), what's a good approach? As I said, my friend was taking ~9 capsules of Melting Point a day - which is a total of 4.5 grams if I'm not mistaken- for a period of four months. It's not as though I'm unaware of what people use to remedy the side effects from various drugs, steroids included, but I want to avoid half-assed information and the common "take milk thistle!!!" Lecithin/choline, milk thistle, NAC, other sulpher-containing amino acids, what else? Other approaches? Plus, I figured this would be a good place to discuss the side effect potential, from what we can guess and estimate, for anyone planning to go overboard with the stuff.
  3. Possible liver issues coinciding with several months of high-dose Melting Point administration. And, for the record, I don't think anything nor am I assuming anything; I'm simply curious.
  4. I'm not asking this for myself - nor am I even sure this is the right forum to discuss this - but if someone was to take several grams of tetradecylthioacetic acid, would there be any serious side effect potential concerning the liver? If damage was done, to whatever degree, what could be done to reverse the condition?
  5. Depression

    Indeed. Note, before anyone responds: all responses based on a vague assumption of differences are necessarily nonsensical. "Difference", in this context, is strictly a matter of personal need. The variety of available OTC supplements may be helpful in some cases, but there's no such thing as a universal depression that we all experience and can base our recommendations on. If you're experiencing suicidal ideations, looking up a psychologist or psychiatrist is likely a better option than looking up the closest GNC. I think people tend to confuse lack of focus and motivation (which are symptoms of depression) for depression itself. That's only to say that advising the use of stimulants isn't contextually sound.
  6. I didn't realize that eidetic memory was also known as Google memory.
  7. True Story

    My place was broken into the other day. A several-hundred dollar watch, left in plain view on a table they passed by, was left untouched. A nearly empty container of Tiger Balm was taken.
  8. avant motherfuckers

    Sticks and stones may break my bones but names make Roy's ovaries hurt. Magazine presence is different than board (public) presense. Which is why most T-mag writers could never venture beyond the magazine and a censored forum without having their asses handed to them. VC- if I was referring to his following, it was in general (other boards), and not here (rather, "there" as it is now, M&M). Hence his happy accident: works great elsewhere and where he's safeguarded from the runs of his mouth. Post enough and maintain an "edgy" disposition, and most anabolic users will take a liking to you. A person who was consciously putting on a show would know how to alter his approach to suit the circumstance, and that isn't the case. Look at the anabolics section on M&M - yes, a circle jerk of five. Five is being generous. And if anyone is equating talking about this with, "bad publicity is still good publicity," as though it's good for M&M in the end, they're thoroughly mistaken. Obviously some people tend to dwell on the issue because AL/M&M was built on a radically different philosophy, so it's going to cause some commotion when one person runs amok.
  9. avant motherfuckers

    What are you going to do next, beg people to give a shit?
  10. Exactly! And now I've decided to jump on the bandwagon too.
  11. Ugh. Disclaimer: Please ignore everything I've ever said over the years, how I said it, and what I was referring to.
  12. People who shave their head

    Final verdict: No. I'm quite satisfied with the Mach III turbo (not power). The sixth blade on the back of the Fushion catridge does come in handy, though; nothing that the standard steak knife couldn't get.
  13. Where are they today

    Matt's alive!
  14. Give me a song or an artist

    Yes, that should have gone without saying. But as it seems, they may have a very loose sense of structural similarity; I suppose that even a grab-bag of results could still turn up a few gems. Guess it depends on how comprehensive and in depth your collection or knowledge of genres and bands is; otherwise, it seems like you could reach your limit quickly. Amazon.com is still, not surprisingly, one of the best resources for finding new music (the user lists are invaluable).
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