8/11/2012 3:40pm, #81
8/12/2012 9:03am, #82
The National Association for Prevention of Cruelty to Potato Chips has done countless studies that have well documented the proven dangers of smoking pot.
8/12/2012 9:13am, #83
8/12/2012 9:18am, #84
OK, I'd much rather read about how the issue with Nick and THC evolves than witness circle-e-fights.
You guys made your points clear, if there's any more energy connected to this very thread, all of you should work it off in a gym.
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8/12/2012 9:41am, #85
What's funny is that Ming has said he thinks it's possible Delpopolo did unknowingly ingest marijuana. That's not actually the same thing as saying that Delpopolo was absolutely unaware of the drug when eating it. He's arguing for the possibility of Delpopolo's innocence.
You however have made up your mind that the Judoka is guilty beyond a doubt.
So that makes you self-righteous and judgmental.
I know that it's highly likely that you will mistakenly think I'm defending Delpopolo, but I am not. I'm commenting on your opinion on the matter.Shut the hell up and train.
8/12/2012 10:08am, #86
8/12/2012 10:54am, #87
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8/12/2012 11:03am, #88
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8/12/2012 11:08am, #89
8/13/2012 6:02am, #90
No offense, but why is it that when some bully's holy cow is brought to the slaughterhouse, all the posts here suddenly sound like Bill Clinton arguing about the meaning of the word "is"?
I personally would truly be interested in some aspects of the matter other than angry rebuttals whether one can hate on an athlete that gets caught over marihuana consumption. - I also wrote this earlier in this thread: If Mr Delpopolo had to confessed his personal responsibility for the matter, what consequences would that have had for him?