A Hard Reality in Sports??

By Eric D. Graham, BASN Staff Reporter
Updated: March 2, 2010

“Most men want to perform the best they can in just about everything,” Isn’t that why we buy the biggest and best of everything?” …So, go long with ExtenZe. I do.”

— Jimmy Johnson, ExtenZe spokesperson

NORTH CAROLINA (BASN) — I can’t go a day without my e-mail box being filled with spam from silly penis enlargement advertisement or some fake medical doctor trying to sell me some new magic sex pill.

First, it was Viagra. And now there is another new blue pill called Extenze. For this reason, these new pill pushers have become the new drug dealers hustling from block to block and from corner to corner pushing this potential poisonous product.

But why are so many people ordering these possible hazardous pills?

Are people purchasing them because America is getting older? Or are white males simply wanting to become better lovers? Or is it simply a case of penis envy? I am only injecting race into the discussion because I haven’t seen a black athlete in an ExtenZe commercial yet.

Extenze, which claims to be a sexual enhancement pill, first utilized NASCAR driver Kevin Conway , who drives a car and wears a suit covered with ExtenZe’s logo to promote its product .

So, I’m assuming that it’s targeting white men to use its penis enlargement product .

But according to an article written by Ken Bernhardt in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, 40% of NASCAR’s 75 million devoted fans are females. Shockingly, Bernhardt’s article also suggested that “minorities” make up the other (21%) of NASCAR’s growing diversified audience.

Now, that’s hard to believe. REALLY HARD!!!

With ExtenZe marketing its product to sports fans and possible athletes, will the NFL, the NBA, and MLB have to start drug testing its players for using these little blue pills? I guess I will have to ask Jimmy Johnson that question.

Because with the former Dallas Cowboy head coach and current Fox sports analyst as it’s new pitch man, ExtenZe seems to have gained the national exposure it desired. A man, who’s last name is Johnson, doing a penis infomercial —is simply hilarious to me.

But for some strange reason, the usage of the product by Mr.Johnson seems to have given this penis pill credibility even though he is not a medical doctor.

Not surprising, ExtenZe, like a common dope-dealer offers its newly found consumers a free supply of pills with a 100% guarantee that they will make them larger while hoping that they become addicted and spend all of their money for the next high.

Or in this case, the next erection.

ExtenZe’s web page claims that several men who have use their product have experience massively intense orgasms, increased endurance during sex and reliable sexual response but the the product has not been approved by the FDA.

With no FDA approval, several users have also complained about side effects from swallowing the blue pill which include: heart palpitations, diarrhea, migraines, dizzy spells, insomnia, anxiety, and mood swings. Now, that’s a lot of things to deal with just in order to have a big penis.

So what’s in this pill, anyway? Is it simply a placebo? A blue sugar shaped tic-tac?

According to the official ExtenZe website, its pill is supposedly “an all natural product” with the following ingredients:L-Arginine (an amino acid), ginseng-eleuthero (a root), tribulus terrestris (a flowering plant), sarsaparilla (a vine plant), calcium (a mineral), yohimbe (a bark), maca extract (a root), catuaba (an infusion of bark from several trees), muira puama (a bark and root), nettle (several flowering plants), astragalus (an herb), ginkgo biloba extract (a tree), boron (a plant nutrient), zinc (a trace element), saw palmetto (an herb) and oat straw (a plant).

Despite ExtenZe labeling all of these ingredients, few men are going to take time-out to read them. Because with a product like this claiming to make their penis larger, they are definitely going to be some misuse and overdoses.

So, Kevin Conway and Jimmy Johnson put on your crash helmets and don’t forget to buckle your seat belts while driving while taking ExtenZe.