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Well, if you're old enough, you may recall that Gio was tossed off his high school team because the coach had finally had enough of Gio's mother. So, I'd say that the bona fides of his helicopter parents have been well-established
Totally understand that. That's why I led off with "No, no, he shouldn't. Because if there is any real evidence to the contrary, or someone (without a dog in the fight, or otherwise clean/uninvolved) comes forward to contradict him, he will be seen as a liar who made self-serving statements to further his own self-interest." He'll be "convicted" in the court of public opinion. See: Braun, Ryan; Clemens, Roger; Bonds, Barry.
i watch it on occasion, and will probably watch some or all of the superbowl, but its like a bad habit i can't shake. i really dislike the NFL. if it got banned tomorrow, i'd have no problem with that whatsoever.
Whether this is true or not, the league does have a PED policy and does issue suspensions for violations.
we provide PEDs and HGH
I know Gio from our time together in the French Foreign Legion. I just exchanged semaphores with him, and have no further comment on the matter.
I take Flintsonte vitamins)
The kids are calling it a 'fastball' nowadays, are they?
I had kicked college football entirely, until UGA played Florida this year. Then I was back on that brownstone as well as the NFL habit. Luckily I won't have any need to watch the Superbowl this year, so I can start over again. This time I'm going to try to kick football entirely.
Gonzalez, third in National League Cy Young voting in 2012, was not directly connected to HGH and testosterone. The report linked him to three substances listed as zinc, MIC and Aminorip. It was not immediately clear what MIC and Aminorip are, or if they appear on MLB’s list of banned substances.
I kicked college football pretty much entirely this year. It helps that I'm far away from my alma mater. I don't think I could kick the NFL unless it got really heinous. I haven't kicked college basketball entirely (I detest the NCAA's exploitation of athletes at this point) but I've found myself way less interested than I ever have before.
Baseball could make it a rule to murder puppies before each at bat and I would probably still watch.
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