The first two dialogue balloons in the internal Google meme said “I agree” and “I disagree,” in apparent reference to the contents of the memo. The third dialogue ballon, associated with the character being beaten, said, “I leaked.”
A Google spokesperson did not respond to a phone call or an email requesting comment on the threat and the company’s policies regarding violent threats in the workplace. In a statement before the memo’s author was fired, Google’s Vice President of Diversity, Integrity & Governance Danielle Brown said the company aims to support diverse opinions, so long as they are expressed in ways that fall within the company’s code of conduct.
Why mention all this? First, this history has created a mystique, whether warranted or not. And second, it has provided us with a great deal of toxicological information. Last, one should be sure that if choosing the drug, the decision is not simply from the mystique. Being the old East German doping drug of choice should be irrelevant to whether an athlete or bodybuilder should choose it today. Instead it should be considered in terms of its positive and negative effects. Among available anabolic steroids, OT offers nothing outstanding here, though it’s certainly usable.