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He never played with Burroughs (AFAICT).
There's nothing "fundamental" about that distinction. It's merely a distinction made by the rules...
And, as noted, amps aren't really "prohibited" since almost 100 players are allowed to use them. They're merely provisionally, or conditionally, prohibited.
No offense to Lisa (who I mostly agree with about steroids), but I don't see what's so different about her perspective on PEDs.
The one thing that elevates this otherwise routine thread from Repoz's usual pinata posts is the viewpoint of Knott, which I hope people will read in its entirety.
Amps do not alter the performance ceiling; roids do.
Amps do not alter the performance ceiling
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