Sigh... Come on, man.
But we have, apparently. I say, he is most probably guilty. You insist, he is not. Based on what, exactly?
Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist
Yeah, those words were an emotional reaction. I bet as emotional as your first reaction to the matter.
*personally* i took exception to these words of yours, and this is why i said you shouldn't disrespect him (bold added by me)
Senseless posturing. Next time you are in Europe, come over, and I'll buy you a beer. If you then still want, we can have a deadly duel over some random suspended judo player.
Those are the kind of things that can get you punched in the face if you say them in front of the wrong person.
...Aaaand that would be Bullshidoka argument number *what*?
what's your national rank in judo?
That gave me an idea. You know what? - I'll write WADA. I am interested in this. And Google is not always the most reliable source. - What is WADA's position on THC, exactly?
care to find a list of the excuses given by athletes who tested positive for THC?
You are right. It doesn't make sense, at all.
as i said before, he was randomly tested all the time and would have been caught before, so his explanation is the only one that makes sense.
Still, there's this situation.
That's why I asked whether Mr Delpopolo's statement will have any legal consequences. Because then, his statement will be put under tougher scrutiny than by me during my coffee break.