Chinese authorities are currently investigating two distilleries which is suspected of having added viagra to a lot of their product. More than 5,300 bottles of the common Chinese spirit called 'Baijiu' have already been seized.
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+Heidi Williams Screw other meds, Viagra can cause things like hearing loss and even heart failure all by itself. The risks increase significantly if alcohol is ingested. Think about all the people with preexisting heart conditions that are discouraged from taking Viagra because it could prove to be fatal. Though it obviously depends on the total bottles sold and amount of Viagra each contained, these distilleries' antics likely put people in hospitals.
"You just show up!"
Damn it. Damn it, Karamo. That was my line.
Doesn't matter, I don't get the impression that Lopez needs much coaxing, in that area. And even if he has a bad day occasionally, he's clearly the right guy for our angel.
Anybody watch John Cena's 'dirty speech', in Trainwreck? If nothing else works, try that one.
Spiking drinks, finding different ways of getting & staying erect? My answer to this, is always the same, and it doesn't exist yet - fully immersive Virtual Reality. Even aside from the sex benefits, I cannot wait for this one. All of us need this technology badly, and we won't fully understand why, until it's finally at hand.
+Lipstick&Jeans The fines are only given if and when the child is registered to go to school. Unlike developed countries the majority of Chinese didn't need to register their kids for a birth certificate until around 2005.
My wife said outside large cities the fine is only around $250 per child but in the cities it can be as high as tens of thousands of dollars. Although people easily circumvent this by registering their children with rural relatives.
The other thing is that most rural families have 1 or more relatives working in big cities earning huge wages compared to rural villages. Chinese custom is very family oriented and they often share financial matters with relatives.
China is now a very different place than it was 15 years ago. The dumping of girls is vastly less than it used to be. The reason for this dumping used to because women were not seen as an income source but this is not the case today....
+Lipstick&Jeans Yeah they do have the one child policy but no one in china gives a shit about that. The consequences for breaking the policy is a one off fine of about $800USD per child. They consider this fine nothing because having alot of kids is seen as a divine blessing and well worth the money. My wife is Chinese and comes from a family of 5 kids. Her sisters have 4 kids each and one of her brother's has 3 kids.
What do he means that "what is the problem" they are giving people, without their consent or medical advice a medicine that do have contraindications (cardio) and can have nasty consequences like priapism just for money.
The class of drugs that Levitra, Viagra, Stendra, and Cialis belong to are called PDE5 inhibitors. They work by relaxing tight blood vessels, allowing more blood to surge into the penis and cause an erection, says Gregory Bales, M.D., an associate professor of urology at the University of Chicago.
The little pills do the trick for more than two-thirds of men with Viagra protects the heart (ED). They also work for guys who simply need them for a short time to get their “confidence back,” says Michael Eisenberg, M.D., director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford University.