Unfairness of steroids in sports

A film by Alejandro González Iñárritu is an event, as it should be. Ever since the Mexican director released Amores Perros in 2000, it was clear he was one of the most exciting voices in the industry. The Revenant has the grand look and fantastic performances (Tom Hardy is incredible) of an Iñárritu classic, but doesn’t ever deliver emotionally like his best films. Still, the frigid tundra on which they filmed looks incredibly gorgeous and stark, and lends itself well to the story of an 1820s fur trader (Leonardo DiCaprio) who must fight to survive after an unfortunate run-in with a grizzly bear.

Hello to all of you interested,
as a determined researcher and analyst of sports i like to emphasize that the display of performances are generally not to be trusted in. It is not the question who is taking what, it’s a question of physiology, genetic lineage and of course training methodology. The current performances by all dominating athletes are still interstellar in comparison to the performances from let’s say the 1970s. Of course there’s been the technology taking big leaps ahead but it still requires human energy transfer to ignite the motion.
What strucks me is the abuse of sports for political reasons that eventually destroy the aspect of play, fairness and comparison. One may assume this is the informal war battleground that abuses either the athletes and the misled spectators and on top of it all there are big corporate players making the big profits out of it. So my advice would be to simply boycott this foul play by not watching it! Otherwise it will not stop being what it is. You better watch the rookies out of your neighborhood or your kids. Or even better try your own PRs in the sport you play!

Let me explain… I was at the hotel as the invited guest speaker at an entrepreneurs event, that was being co-hosted by a bank, a firm of solicitors and an accountancy firm. It was kind of them to invite me, but I am under no personal illusion that actually Gerard would have been their preferred choice- they were too charming to say so and as Gerard was originally going to be out of the country travelling, the event was planned long before his illness was discovered, I had reluctantly agreed to be his very less able stand in. If I am honest, I was not flattered to be considered a worthy speaker, more, I was embarrassed to be addressing a room full of very successful business people, all of them far more successful than I will ever be and I really wondered what I had to say that would be of any interest to them;  however as they were dining “chez moi”, I thought it would be rude to duck out and so it was that I found myself waiting in the wings to speak for approx. 20 minutes, between main course and dessert.

Mysteriously, the lone outspoken conservative Supreme Court Justice Scalia suddenly dies in his sleep at an Obama pal’s hunting lodge and the Supreme Court is evenly split. Finally, Congress shows some balls and rejects Obama’s Supreme Court Justice nomination. The Libertards aren’t worried because the fix is in. Soros ‘has paid’ demonstrators to cause turmoil at ‘all the Republican gatherings.’ Obama concedes that illegal aliens should vote as they won’t be prosecuted, and Soros-manufactured voting machines are caught switching votes in certain precincts. Hillary has cheated her way to the nomination and her lies are completely ignored by the brainwashed minions of sycophants who follow her.

I want to comment on the conclusion. When asked "Did she make an impact on the ice skating world" the first answer was "No, there's the same amount of black people ice skating" I was completely thrown by that answer. The whole segment was about how different her style was and about the dilemma between athleticism and artistry, and in the end you focus on race? About whether she, with her skin colour, had an impact on the amount of black people who ice skated? Not whether she changed the rules that worked against her, whether the weight between aesthetics and gymnast moves got moved, whether her style inspired new, other ice skaters and you see part of her moves today. No, her potential impact boils down to race? That seems so out of place of the rest of your program. I'm glad you dug a bit deeper and let us know that she did make an impact with her style, in that they changed the scoring system. That's huge!

Remember, nothing is alleged to--or can have--happened to all of MLB over some one or two seasons: the claim is that PEDs were being used at a slowly but steadily increasing rate (and thus "distorting records") from very roughly 1980 through the present. Were that so, or anything like it, we would expect to see a clear long-term uptrend during this period. But we don't: we see a nearly flat line that, if anything, slopes slightly down. The "boost" just isn't there. But that doesn't seem to stop anyone from talking about it.

Unfairness of steroids in sports

unfairness of steroids in sports

Mysteriously, the lone outspoken conservative Supreme Court Justice Scalia suddenly dies in his sleep at an Obama pal’s hunting lodge and the Supreme Court is evenly split. Finally, Congress shows some balls and rejects Obama’s Supreme Court Justice nomination. The Libertards aren’t worried because the fix is in. Soros ‘has paid’ demonstrators to cause turmoil at ‘all the Republican gatherings.’ Obama concedes that illegal aliens should vote as they won’t be prosecuted, and Soros-manufactured voting machines are caught switching votes in certain precincts. Hillary has cheated her way to the nomination and her lies are completely ignored by the brainwashed minions of sycophants who follow her.

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