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BC: GO TEAM! | 2009 | Mick taught us a very good lesson. We should respect our body and not damage it by stupid mistakes. | THE END
FC: My Scrapbook of Sports! | GO TEAM! | 2009
1: Mick went to Shilshole high, where he was the star football player. This high school is located in Washington. Someday Mick wanted to be like his father breaking all the records.
2: This is the Shilshole Football field. Mick made his name famous by breaking many records there.
3: Mick was pretty good football player before the steroids but he knew he had to be better if he wanted to make it to the NFL like his dad.
4: Mick trained and worked out at a place called Popeye's. Here Mick meets a trainer that shows him drugs that could make him better. Mick thought this was a good idea at the time because he wanted to live his dream by following his fathers footsteps.
5: "Gym candy" is better known as steroids and thats what caused Mick to be the best football player but the worst person. These addicting drugs made him do many terrible things as a person.
6: GO DUKE! | The "gym candy" made him great football player. Mick was breaking tackles left and right, setting records, and making the fans go wild. But what the fans didn't know was that he was cheating.
7: The great football player side affect sucked Mick in but what he didn't realize and his friends did, was that he went on furious roid rages. He was always so depressed. He did got so depressed he did something really dangerous.
8: His friends were happy for him at first because he was doing so good but then his friend Drew found out that he was doing steroids and was put under pressure by Mick not to tell anyone what he was doing. Drew got very uncomfortable and concerned.
9: Mick got so depressed that he did something very terrible. He found his dads gun and aimed it as his head. He fired a single round but missed. The bullet skimmed his head knocking him out cold. The next thing he knew was that he was in the Hospital. The steroids made him so depressed he almost killed himself.
10: GO TEAM! | 2009 | Mick taught us a very good lesson. We should respect our body and not damage it by stupid mistakes. | THE END