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Yoda wrote:Well, there is no evidence that Bonds used steroids... but your point is well taken and you are entitled to your own opinion.
GeneRex wrote:My whole point is about whether there really is any skewing of the records.
If the competition is mixed with both batters and pitchers juiced, aren't the numbers still valid.
If a batter might be juiced and batted against a pitcher that might be juiced, doesn't it even itself out?
eftda wrote:lesgrant wrote:If it bothers you, write your congressman.
I hate to say thing, but you complain so much that why dont you Write to your congressman and get a law passed that anyone who has an opinion other than yours gets thrown in jail.
lesgrant wrote:Yoda wrote:Well, there is no evidence that Bonds used steroids... but your point is well taken and you are entitled to your own opinion.
There is evidence that Bonds used steroids.
So far, what’s emerged are:
Witnesses – Bonds’ trainer who testified he gave them to him, Bonds’ mistress who said he admitted using them to her, and Bonds himself who said he took them thinking it was (LOL) flax seed oil
Bank records indicating he paid for steroids
Postal records indicating steroids were shipped to his home
All of the above constitute evidence in any legal proceeding, anywhere in the USA.
Very rarely is there one piece of silver-bullet evidence which establishes guilt. To expect such in this case, especially, is so unreasonable that I would say said expectations are merely a smoke screen.
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