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  • MJD
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    >to say kenyans are afraid of needles, is a
    >ridiculous generalization,

    Facetious means he was kidding.

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    to say kenyans are afraid of needles, is a ridiculous generalization, when you have a population in the millions, there would be some that would dislike it more than others, and others would have the attitude a couple of seconds and its done, a lot of times when you go to a different country you have to get shots, and when i was in high school and college a shot is part of the physical. so in all probability the kenyans you hear about have all had shots.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    >>It's all
    >unsubstantiated and Kenyans are
    >afraid of
    >needles.
    >

    jd

    See:

    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com
    >tfn/discussion/viewThread.jsp?forum=1&thread=1748\n>

    The quoted post by me was facetious. All I can say is WOW and not in a positive manner.

    jd

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  • MJD
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    >It's all
    >unsubstantiated and Kenyans are afraid of
    >needles.

    jd

    See:

    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/tfn/di ... hread=1748

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  • MJD
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    >it's
    >really just poor typing skills.

    Hey Ben, the edit function. our fans demand it!

    >Ok, I think
    >they will lie, is there any indication that the
    >Kenyan authorities are just going to conduct
    >interviews?

    Charlie et al testified under penalty of perjury. That means jail if you lie. Dubin himself(who was a sportsman) said to move on 13 years later or whatever it was. Nobody listened and Charlie is back advising people under the radar. If caught, lawyer up then deny, lie, blame the toothpaste or whatever but don't EVER tell the truth unless it's for the stuff that Grimes got caught with. Then you get credited for being "refreshing". I don't know where I saw that. Maybe it was here. Please.

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  • Vince
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    <do anyone think.....>

    Methinks I be smitten by the devil himself,(who hath taken the form of the poor lass Silken Laumann), with the Shakespearean tongue malaise. Alas I must hie to the apothecary shoppe for some eye of newt to smote my ailment!!!.......just kidding, it's really just poor typing skills.

    Ok, I think they will lie, is there any indication that the Kenyan authorities are just going to conduct interviews?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    >...do anyone think it is normal for
    >an athlete to get injected with any substance by
    >a coach?

    Why would anyone in their right mind testify truthfully in such an inquiry?

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  • Vince
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    Excellent Dr Thanos. There are some interesting possibilities as to what Dick Pound could change his last name to also. Back to the Kenyan investigation, do anyone think it is normal for an athlete to get injected with any substance by a coach?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    as a phycisian myself i agree that exum needs to lose his licence. he should call himself dr enquirer not dr exum...

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    >Methinks you're not really Silken Laumann.

    True that but there is a point to the name.

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  • Vince
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    Methinks you're not really Silken Laumann.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    What I find funny about this part of the discussion is that some find it necessary to defend Carl when he wasn't being attacked in the first place. It was a Kenyan drug discussion. Methinks that you doth protest too much.

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  • Vince
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    Actually Silken, the facts are Carl Lewis didn't claim to take a cold medication. He took a drink that was sold at most juice outlets that contained the herb Mah Huang. The only thing laughable is that false rumors, like the one you are spreading, continue without Dick Pound doing anything about it, which is one reason of the many as to why he deserves to go.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    >Also head of WADA, Dick Pound still
    >has links on their web-site to this day about
    >Carl Lewis's records, even though he was cleared
    >by all track bodies. This is shameful and he
    >deserves the boot.

    Yeah all those guys with colds at the same time. Hilarious.

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  • Vince
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    It will be interesting to see how this plays out. It seems rather odd that a runner gets injected with anything before a race or training, or am I just naive. Also two people involved in doping are troublesome. Dr. Wade Exum quoted in this article deserves to have his medical license revoked for revealing personal medical information of patients to the public for his own gain. Also head of WADA, Dick Pound still has links on their web-site to this day about Carl Lewis's records, even though he was cleared by all track bodies. This is shameful and he deserves the boot.

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