Just Give It Up Already


Posted by Drew458    United States   on 01/18/2013 at 08:07 AM   
  1. And do we really need an olympics as it is now held?

    I haven’t had much time with regard to the doping thing except for some newspaper coverage on Armstrong, and something in today’s paper about a college football player and a bogus story. He plays for Notre Dame. So then, what is the reference to the Baseball Hall of Fame remark?  That’s new to me. What happened?

    Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   01/18/2013  at  10:40 AM  

  2. Oh, I kind of like watching the olympics, especially the summer ones, though the coverage has become progressively (hehe) suckier.  I don’t, however, care about numbers and records and all that, just like watching the less usual things.  So, the first bicyclist on the moon did something reprehensible?  Yawn.  Wake me when it matters.

    Apparently, the baseball hall of fame turned its nose up at some players who had themselves doped up.  Barry something and a couple of others.  I’m not good with names.  They woke me up for that?

    Posted by Mr Evilwrench    United States   01/18/2013  at  12:07 PM  

  3. Exactly. There were ZERO players admitted to the Hall this year. None. Because of juicing.

    Posted by Drew458    United States   01/18/2013  at  12:48 PM  

  4. I wonder what sort of cover up the frogs would have tried if he was french? it must be one of the simplest events to drug monitor and they would if they wanted to eh?

    Posted by Chris Edwards    Canada   01/18/2013  at  03:42 PM  

  5. I think I heard that 17 of the last 32 Tour de Fwance winners were all busted for doping. Looks to me like bicycle racing is just as corrupt as pro ball.

    Posted by Drew458    United States   01/18/2013  at  05:27 PM  

  6. Come on ,its all Bread and Circuses anyway,and it beats warring as a national pastime,locally that is.

    Posted by Rich K    United States   01/18/2013  at  10:11 PM  

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