I Didn't NEED A Righteous Purpose To Start Gear and Neither Should Anyone Else

Kai Palikiko           Sep.  10, 2020

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

After realizing how biased our society is when it comes to Gear in general, I came to the conclusion that I don't need some kind of righteous reason to use Gear in the first place. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me by the way, the best way to reach me is the link to my email, and you can easily find that link in the description right below. You click on that link by the way, it takes your site, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it is gonna go directly to my proton mail.

The way society views Gear, right, they pretty much are going to dictate who's allowed to use it and who's not, because when it comes to people.

They're not stupid, they know exactly what Gear does and what it does, you know, does for a person, right? The strength gains, the benefits and all that stuff, but yet, they want to be able to dictate who's allowed to use it and who's not. For example, if you were to hear about, because you might even be prone to it too, you might hear about, say firefighters using Gear. Does anybody oppose to that?

Like, oh, no, that's bad, that's cheating, they're not allowed to do that. No, nobody's gonna say that. What people usually say when it comes to, say firefighters, for example, using Gear, well, of course they need to use it, they have a tough job, they need to do whatever they need to do or use whatever tool they need to use in order for them to do their job.

But yet, if I were just a regular guy who wants to use Gear for whatever reason, vanity purposes because I just want to look good, or because I just want to look like a badass and lift some heavy ass weights at the gym, that would be considered cheating. It's not allowed, that's not right, and they start talking about the dangers of, you know, my health and all that stuff. But yet, anybody else, anybody else out there in that certain profession, it's ok for them to do.

Another good example is this one - John Cena, everybody knows he is on Gear, right? Do I need to donate to frickin hospitals now in order for me to do Gear? Do I need to be some kind of famous person for me to do Gear? To where it's like ok, you're allowed to do it because now you do some kind of righteous reason for it to be so. Why? Why can't I do it? Where is his talk of Gear being dangerous? 

Not only that it heightened up a lot because of that fear tactic of Gear and How come no one's sitting him down, what about your blood pressure? What about your RBC count? What about all this stuff? But yet, for me, you know, all that stuff is brought up on top of me being a cheater, it's like I need to establish fame, I need to establish some kind of big reason for me to do so in order for society to be like, ok, you're allowed to do it and you're not. 

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

100% Free Live Online Workshop 

How To Homebrew and Pin Your Own Gear To Get 21" Arms Plus A Six Pack WITHOUT Risking Gyno or Spending $897 A Cycle!

How To Homebrew and Pin Your Own Gear To Get 21" Arms Plus A Six Pack WITHOUT Risking Gyno or Spending $897 A Cycle!

You know, if I want to be a big douchebag a lot, it's like I just want to be Instagram famous. Oh, you're not allowed to do it. Ok, now I want to be a firefighter.

Ok, now you're allowed to do it. It's a like what the fuck? I just can't stand that type of mentality. It's like who dictates this stuff? I mean look, I get it, right, technically, can I actually do without needing permission from anybody? Of course I can, I homebrew my own Gear, I don't need anybody's permission, but it does suck man in terms of, you know, society's validation because we all want that, we all seek that, and don't say you don't.

Because everybody within our society does seek for validation and approval. And that's what I want. Ultimately, if I could have in a perfect utopian world, can't I just be accepted to use Gear for whatever reason that I want, because I want to look good, without being labeled as a cheater, or it being bad for me because literally all these celebrity actors, how come nobody's telling them that it's bad for them? 

Where is Tom Hardy's talk about that being bad for them? Where's John Cena's talk? Where's Dwayne Johnson's talk? And the funny thing about that is, everybody knows they are on Gear, but nobody's labeling them as a cheater. Nobody's telling them that's bad for them, nobody is telling theme that no, you shouldn't be doing that. It's a terrible... 

And that's the other one too, oh my God man, one of the biggest defense when it comes to any sports leagues reason why they don't approve of Gear, is because of the kids. How many kids do you think watch the Rock? You know, him in Jumanji?

All those kids movies that he plays at, where's that? Where's the disclaimer this guy's on Gear, he's a cheater, don't follow his thing. How come Disney isn't shutting him down? How come Universal Studios isn't shutting him down? Because clearly those movies are geared towards kids, and they're watching this huge ass guy, veins popping out of his biceps, where's the disclaimer on that? 

How come nobody is pulling the plug on that to where that's a bad example? You know what I mean? So our society today, it's just so biased. You're allowed to do it, you're not, or you're doing it for that reason, that's not allowed. Oh, but you're gonna donate to a charity? Ok, then you're allowed to do Gear, or you're going to do a movie and you're already famous, oh, you're already an athlete, oh, you're allowed to do it. 

And this ties into, I don’t mean to rant man, but this ties into a lot of subjects out there. Like, if a guy cheats on his wife, that's wrong, but if Derek Jeter does it, oh, that's ok. If Tiger Woods does it, oh, that's ok. You know what I mean? It's just, it's just crazy, it's just crazy how our society works and it is so biased. So the lesson I learned from all this stuff, I'm going to do what I need to do to accomplish the goals that I need. 

And I'm not going to wait for society's approval button to do so, oh ok, well, now you're allowed to do it, now it's ok for you to do it. Wait, wait, wait - did you donate to charity yet? Oh I did, ok, now you are allowed to do that. Are you going to be a famous celebrity? Yes. Ok, now you like to do Tren, or Deca or NPP. You know what I mean? I can't stand that kind of stuff, man.

So, in the end, I'm glad I made the decision of doing Gear with without waiting, without being a good little boy and like ok, am I allowed to do it now? Is it ok now? I'm glad that made a decision a long time ago. Anyways, email right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out, boom. Take care.



DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX: - All Rights Reserved @ 2017 - 2020

Palm Beach, FL 33480