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azzurribaggio
01-11-10, 07:49 PM
I'm saddened to say the list of people who didn't do steriods is probably shorter.....SHAME ON YOU BIG RED...1 month before Spring Training?

YanksFan1992
01-11-10, 07:49 PM
You uh, didn't know he was doing steroids before this?

Yankeeah
01-11-10, 07:53 PM
This is just a disaster of McGwireian proportions

GordonGecko
01-11-10, 07:53 PM
You uh, didn't know he was doing steroids before this?
Yeah seriously, this is such a non-story

ruthianblast
01-11-10, 07:55 PM
I'm saddened to say the list of people who didn't do steriods is probably shorter.....SHAME ON YOU BIG RED...1 month before Spring Training?

If you watch the interview in front of congress it was pretty obvious he had taken steroids and was going with the classic "uh, I dunno" defense.

This shouldn't be a big surprise.

Also, when it comes to the use of PED's in general, most players at some time will have taken something that is banned. Maybe not anabolics or hgh, but something that gives them an advantage and they know they should not be taking. My knowledge of high school sports tells me this.

azzurribaggio
01-11-10, 07:55 PM
Eh...I knew I even injected him....but every Spring Training someone comes out....when baseball heals from one black eye it gets punched again and gets another....

machphantom
01-11-10, 08:39 PM
I wonder if Vin Scully took performance enhancing drugs

I'm A Wenner!
01-11-10, 09:20 PM
This seems oddly appropriate now:


The summer that Coleman took me into his confidence about Faunia Farley and their secret was the summer, fittingly enough, that Bill Clinton's secret emerged in every last mortifying detail-every last lifelike detail, the livingness, like the mortification, exuded by the pungency of the specific data. We hadn't had a season like it since somebody stumbled upon the new Miss America nude in an old issue of Penthouse, pictures of her elegantly posed on her knees and on her back that forced the shamed young woman to relinquish her crown and go on to become a huge pop star. Ninety-eight in New England was a summer of exquisite warmth and sunshine, in baseball a summer of mythical battle between a home-run god who was white and a home-run god who was brown, and in America the summer of an enormous piety binge, a purity binge, when terrorism-which had replaced communism as the prevailing threat to the country's security-was succeeded by cocksucking, and a virile, youthful middle-aged president and a brash, smitten twenty-one-year-old employee carrying on in the Oval Office like two teenage kids in a parking lot revived America's oldest communal passion, historically perhaps its most treacherous and subversive pleasure: the ecstasy of sanctimony. In the Congress, in the press, and on the networks, the righteous grandstanding creeps, crazy to blame, deplore, and punish, were everywhere out moralizing to beat the band: all of them in a calculated frenzy with what Hawthorne (who, in the 1860s, lived not many miles from my door) identified in the incipient country of long ago as "the persecuting spirit"; all of them eager to enact the astringent rituals of purification that would excise the erection from the executive branch, thereby making things cozy and safe enough for Senator Lieberman's ten-year-old daughter to watch TV with her embarrassed daddy again. No, if you haven't lived through 1998, you don't know what sanctimony is. The syndicated conservative newspaper columnist William F. Buckley wrote, "When Abelard did it, it was possible to prevent its happening again," insinuating that the president's malfeasance-what Buckley elsewhere called Clinton's "incontinent carnality"-might best be remedied with nothing so bloodless as impeachment but, rather, by the twelfth-century punishment meted out to Canon Abelard by the knife-wielding associates of Abelard's ecclesiastical colleague, Canon Fulbert, for Abelard's secret seduction of and marriage to Fulbert's niece, the virgin Heloise. Unlike Khomeini's fatwa condemning to death Salman Rushdie, Buckley's wistful longing for the corrective retribution of castration carried with it no financial incentive for any prospective perpetrator. It was prompted by a spirit no less exacting than the ayatollah's, however, and in behalf of no less exalted ideals.

genius-24
01-11-10, 09:24 PM
This man should be stopped from making threads.

NYYRules#1
01-11-10, 09:50 PM
Time to revoke the thread making privileges. :o

teknetic
01-11-10, 10:56 PM
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penguin4
01-11-10, 10:59 PM
I'm saddened to say the list of people who didn't do steriods is probably shorter.....No way to know for sure. In the infamous words of the Rocket, "How do you prove a negative?"

pleasepassthesoup
01-12-10, 09:48 AM
Time to revoke the thread making privileges. :o

It was that time long, long ago.

DaSh 1s
01-12-10, 10:05 AM
Time to revoke the thread making privileges. :o


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