Two bumbling, but youthful-looking police force recruits (Hill and Tatum) are assigned to go undercover in a high school to investigate a dangerous drug ring. But they find that high school is nothing like they left it a few years earlier and soon they’re confronting the terror and anxiety of being a teenager again and all the issues they thought they’d left behind. The drastically slimmed down Jonah Hill is no less funny and makes a great double act with the surprisingly talented Tatum. Fans of the ’80s TV series may be disappointed to see it redone as a comedy. Johnny Depp, the star of that show, makes a cameo. [Critics: 84%] [Public: ] – Ranked: 1st Best Of The Year
It changes the music fairly significantly, especially with the electronic glitchy synth on the last track; it felt like I was hearing an altered version just as cool as the original. Gave a fresh perspective on it. I tampered with the "concert hall" reverb effect, which was bloody cool, giving the track a more raw, frantic, wacked out vibe. I also tried the virtual surround sound and putting it in mono mode then had them all at once: distorting it into oblivion, was a blast. If you have time definitely check it out. DG's electronics seem to really complement distortion.
People that started using steroids as teenagers are also prone to violent outburst as the introduction of steroids during puberty significantly alters the chemical pathways in the brain. Studies have documented that teenagers that use steroids show that the neurological pathways in the brain are highly vulnerable to damage. Steroids interfere with the brains ability to produce serotonin. Serotonin is what gives us our sense of well being. When the production of serotonin is interfered with it usually leads to increased depression as well as aggression and frequently these are permanent. Which means even if you stop using steroids “whats done is done” you can’t go back.
In young women that use steroids you’re messing with a hormone balance that is already delicate which can only mean trouble. Steroids significantly reduce your levels of estrogen and progesterone leading leading to both short term and long term effects including severe depression and anxiety. Women and teenage girls that use steroids that disrupt the delicate balance between the female hormones estrogen and progesterone also run the risk of not just temporary infertility but permanent infertility as well as the severe anxiety and depression . The depression can be severe enough to lead to suicide in both men and women. Another potential side effect related to long term steroid use is addiction, and not just addiction to steroids but to other drugs as well ranging from caffeine to benzodiazapines and even to drugs like cocaine and heroine which are already highly addictive. Testosterone interferes with the dopamine antagonists in the brain which are responsible for limiting the effects of drug use and inhibiting your desire for more. For example, say you always had just one cup of coffee in the morning and no desire for more, with long term steroid use you would start wanting/needing a second and a third etc.
Though there is no guarantee that you will experience long term and/or psychological effects from steroid use the chances that you will are significantly higher than that you won’t. Most side effects of steroid use are related to dose and the length of time you take steroids. Also, the earlier you start using steroids has a significant impact. Teenagers that use steroids especially during puberty even if they stop in early adulthood have already caused irreversible damage in many ways. If you are considering steroid use first of all don’t forget they’re illegal for a reason. they are dangerous and should be used with extreme caution. Research, research, research, and I don’t mean in the locker room or in a chat room and whatever you do do not skip over the section of side effects. Read ALL the side effects and think about them. They may not develop for several years but chances are they will develop and it will be too late to change your mind.