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shankuverymuch
May 19, 2010, 06:36 PM
I'm guessing that because nobody posted it, it's not a big deal up home.

Down here in the land of litigation, It's HUGE news !

Witch Hunt or Not ?

Shank

The Troll
May 19, 2010, 06:53 PM
As I posted a couple of months ago, I know some NFL folks who have been sweating this for months.

Gonna be a lot of suspended NFL players when the names come out.

shankuverymuch
May 19, 2010, 07:08 PM
Even the Local news is talking about this one...


Seems to me to be a bit of Salem stuff going on here. I have heard people say that he was the Canadian Sprinter's doctor. ( wrongfully of course ).


The Local stations seem to be making a big deal about his credentials on the olympic anti-doping committee... that's why the Canadians won the Olympic Gold in Hockey...

And I'm REALLY not trying to stir it up, but here in Orlando, they make a point of saying that there is no evidence that Mr. Woods ever took any PEDs. (other than Viagra :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:)

setter02
May 20, 2010, 07:27 AM
Will end up being a witch hunt. Start 2 different leagues, one full of dopers to see just how crazy the human body can get, and 'natural' :rofl: athletes have there's.

With all the problems in the U.S., stuff like this just goes to show politicians and the likes really don't care about the people they serve. If Congress gets involved saying everyone is guilty, then fire every politician there and start over.

makeitseven
May 20, 2010, 07:47 AM
How on earth can allegations of steriod and HGH use in the NFL be considered scandalous? Bigger news would a revelation that there is an nfl player outside the QB position who has not done steroids.

dekker
May 20, 2010, 08:35 AM
non-news where I stand. The world of athletes is riddled with too many other ills that make the use of HGH innocuous by comparison.

golfnutz
May 20, 2010, 07:38 PM
non-news where I stand. The world of athletes is riddled with too many other ills that make the use of HGH innocuous by comparison.

I certainly agree with your viewpoint. The only problem is, our kids look up to these athletes and aspire to be where these athletes are. They see the money, the fame, the ladies and may try to do whatever is needed to get that type of position.

When you consider all that these role model athletes do (gun, gangsters, drugs, dog fighting, etc.....) it's us a parents that have to point out and guide our kids the right way, not the easy way.