It's really nice to see some of the vets helping out a lot of the newbies with whatever questions they may have. Just please keep one thing in mind if you are a vet helping out a new member. Just make sure (or do your best to do so) that the person you are helping is in fact a valid candidate to be messing around with AAS. Just the other day, we had a new member start a thread about making a stack with over half a gram of tren and a few other compounds. Many people started chiming in and giving advice....yet nobody thought to ask him old he was or if he has ever ran a cycle in the past. The kid was a young teenager.
I don't think any of us here want to give young kids advise and suggestions as to how to run things like tren when they still have yet to hit puberty. We can only hope they are being honest when posting stats. New members who come here seeking advice are told to list their stats before asking for advice. VERY few of them do. So please, if you see someone asking for advice on how to run something and you don't see any stats listed, kindly ask them to post their stats before you help. Or, if they post stats and "forget" to include their age, kindly ask them for it. Nobody wants to see any of our younger brothers get hurt and mess up their bodies permanently. So lets all try and use a little caution and common sense. Like I said, anyone can lie about their age...but at least we can try and keep the damage to a minimum. PLEASE ASK FOR STATS! Thanks fellas.
You can remind them of stickies like this one that we had created a long while back.
I will make this thread a sticky shortly after it's been around a bit and gets a little more exposure in the AZ.