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Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
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Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Zachary's family told CNN affiliate WBBH they believe that the boy -- who they described as an active seventh-grader -- was infected while kneeboarding with friends in a water-filled ditch by his house on August 3.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Sad world we live in when you have to be concerned about your kid's bus ride to school.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Yeah. In fact, I think I read he was knee boarding in the ditch.

I'd love to know the logistics of that. They'd likely justify Willie's take on the matter.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I heard a couple interviews with him after he returned from his last trip to North Korea.

Sometimes, handing microphones to blathering idiots can be very entertaining.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
The kid in Florida got it from swimming in a ditch.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I read not so much rivers or lakes. More stagnant waters and due to the amoeba's sensitivity to cold, it's pretty much exclusive to the south east.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
If it was an adult, I'd agree and join in the merriment. I have a hard time joking about that kind of thing with kids.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Eww. That's too far.

The ACLU frowns on referring to slave haircuts as shearings.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
That **** is crazy.

I read that 99% of cases are fatal and death typically occurs 2-12 days after the first symptoms.

Some poor kid in Florida just has his brain eaten. Sad thing.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I've hoisted a broad or two onto my petard.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I think you meant less time, not longer.

Regardless, it doesn't matter. Being banned from baseball isn't prison.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
You could be right about that.

So, what affliction might I have caught to lower it to your level? I think I remember that Ebola liquefies the human brain. Perhaps that's what brought me down here.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
No doubt. As soon as I realized that I agreed with you about something, I made an appointment with my Dr to make sure I haven't caught downs syndrome.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Nope.

Two different things.

There was a golden rule in baseball long before Rose and he broke it. No such golden rule existed (or even exists) regarding PEDs.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I read that he ate them like Skittles.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
See over there in Hot Clicks where they're making a big deal about Maddon buying some Rays fans beers?

Big deal. The guy makes $2MM a year, so he could easily buy every Rays fan on Earth a [I]keg of beer[/I] and still have plenty left over cover his personal expenses and contribute to his 401k.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I agree fully.

I even think Bonds should be in the HOF.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
And Chipper Jones.
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
Was he really known for having bad acne?
Posted Wednesday September 04, 2013, About: 'Prominent Hall of Famer' on steroids
I'm not saying that I think Mike Schmidt did or did not used PEDs, but I do not think that your A or B prove or even suggest in any way, shape or form that he did not.

A) he could have been juicing his entire career. Or, maybe he started in 1974, when is numbers went through the roof.

B) I don't think career length is any indicator of PED use. There are plenty of examples of short and long careers from guys on PEDs. Also, I don't consider an 18 year MLB career "relatively short." I just found on Google that the average MLB career is 5.6 years.
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