Testosterone: Before you found yourself in this situation, how often did you cross over to buy steroids?

T-mag: Ever run into trouble before?

T-mag: So normally you weren't worried about getting popped?


T-mag: Walk us through what happened to you this time. Let's start at the beginning.


T-mag: What happened after you hid your gear?


T-mag: Weird. Then what happened?


T-mag: Wait, let me get this straight. They planted something in your car before they even found the steroids, then asked you flat out for a bribe?

T-mag: So regardless of whether you had the steroids, they were going to plant something on you anyway to get your truck or extort money?

T-mag: Okay, what happened after they came up with that mysterious baggie?


T-mag: What happened to your friend?

T-mag: What came next for you?


T-mag: So what did they do?


T-mag: Oh my God, how did you get out of all this?

T-mag: What was the cell like?

T-mag: What was going through your head?

T-mag: So what happened finally?


T-mag: Wait, the prosecutor wants to get paid off?

T-mag: Did it have a phone number on it?

T-mag: Wow, that's right out of a movie! So they just casually come up with this whole story after getting paid off?

T-mag: So, besides a lot of stress, humiliation, and a few days in jail, what did this trip to buy steroids cost you?

T-mag: You know, you really lucked out having a Spanish speaking father-in-law to help you out. What do you think would've happened without him?

T-mag: So everything is wiped clean now? You don't have a criminal record or anything?

T-mag: Well, I don't guess you're going back to Mexico any time soon for a steroid run, right?

T-mag: You mean you'd do it again?

T-mag: This is Testosterone magazine, man, you gotta tell it all!

T-mag: I have to tell you, man, I think you're crazy. After all this, after almost losing it all, you're thinking about doing this again? For God's sake, why?

T-mag: Okay, you got popped, you almost went to prison (in Mexico at that), you may have lost a friend, and you lost seven grand. And then there's your wife and kids. I don't mean to sound preachy, but are big biceps worth all that?

T-mag: So, final answer, will you continue?

T-mag: If this is too personal, you don't have to answer, but what do you tell your kids? Where did they think you were while you were in jail?

T-mag: How old are your kids?

T-mag: It really sounds like you're struggling with some big issues right now. We appreciate you sharing your story with T-mag readers and wish you the best. I hope you make the decision that's best for you and your family.


A couple of weeks after this interview had taken place, Anon gave me an update. After doing some serious soul searching, he's decided to get out of the steroid biz. He's resolved the money issue with his friend and says his wife and kids are more important to him than the juice. The temptation will always be there, he said, but he'll never take his family for granted again. In short, Anon sounds like he's gotten his priorities in order. Good for him.