most salient point.Red Dragon said:Who needs confessions, when we have a fair idea who the dopers are (were) in any given sport.
how about neither, wanting doping or clean status.martinvickers said:Sceptic. Take a step back and think, actually think, about what you just wrote.
That somehow it is BAD or STRANGE to WANT athletes to be clean.
Think about what that says about you.
Who in their right mind DOESN'T want everyone to be clean? Who in their right mind WANTS doping?
WE all know 100% clean is a pipe dream, of course, but surely anyone who actually, you know, gives a sh!t about sport would WANT it to be clean?
But as i said, that's the odd thing; there are some clinicians who it seems are emotionally invested in the destruction of sportspeople. They WANT there to be dopers. The buzz of the sneer seems to be more important to them than, you know, actual sport.
And then they question people who don't feel like that?
AS I said, very, very strange...
It most certainly was NOT supposed to be who do you hate the most thread.Basecase said:
Thanks for the reminder: Phelps.gregod said:great answer! you win the internets!
mark spitz? as far as i know the only doping he did was marijuana.
her husband al joyner has denied it. but when asked directly about doping her sister-in-law's alleged doping, jackie joyner-kersee gave a non-denial denial.
Can we please try to refocus on this topic, and not veer off thread too far again.Mad Elephant Man said:...I am thinking more of past riders than those in the current peloton, I don't think we need another anti Sky thread...
you are totally wrong and probably should read the thread you are criticizing before throwing your temper tantrum.Basecase said: