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    A STATEMENT IS NOT TO BE REGARDED AS AN ADMISSION WHERE IT WAS MADE MORE THAN SIX YEARS AFTER THE FACTS TO WHICH IT RELATES>>

    caps courtesy of Gary Hill, FYI all capophobes.

    What brilliant insight into human psychology exists at the IAAF. Whatever misguided purpose this rule was meant to serve, at the end of the day it displays a glaring ignorance (disregard) for how people will behave given certain opportunities. Like sloppy Microsoft code.

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    > Like sloppy Microsoft code.>>

    I represent that statement!

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      "What brilliant insight into human psychology exists at the IAAF."

      We've been thru this already. It's the same brilliance that allows the United States of America to say that if you committed a crime 5 (or 7) years ago, we can't convict you now. Sounds goofy, but I don't think you or I are qualified to refute it. Since the Supreme Court hasn't repealed it yet, I will defer to their judgment.

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        >A STATEMENT IS NOT TO BE REGARDED AS AN ADMISSION
        >WHERE IT WAS MADE MORE THAN SIX YEARS AFTER THE
        >FACTS TO WHICH IT RELATES>>

        caps courtesy of
        >Gary Hill, FYI all capophobes.

        You left out this part:

        "[caps mine]"

        He was not yelling. He was quoting.

        Trust me, he can easily win most arguments on these boards without having to resort to yelling.
        Never seen him use caps in the manner you are before.

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          What's your point, here anyway?

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            "Since the Supreme Court hasn't repealed it yet, I will defer to their judgment."

            We have a slightly different situation in Canada, without the same kinds of statutes of limitations you have. Point of information, nothing else.

            "It's the same brilliance that allows the United States of America to say that if you committed a crime 5 (or 7) years ago, we can't convict you now" -

            Confused, that's part of my point. Another part of it is that I believe the IAAF sends out a very mixed message to athletes when they say that if you were to announce to the world 5 years after the fact that you had been a cheat, it wouldn't matter in terms of any penalty.

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              >"What brilliant insight into human psychology
              >exists at the IAAF."

              We've been thru this
              >already. It's the same brilliance that allows the
              >United States of America to say that if you
              >committed a crime 5 (or 7) years ago, we can't
              >convict you now. Sounds goofy, but I don't think
              >you or I are qualified to refute it. Since the
              >Supreme Court hasn't repealed it yet, I will
              >defer to their judgment.

              Try telling that to Roman Polanski.

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              • #8
                Re: How to Cheat and Get Away With It

                Have you ever seen the bumper sticker on Roman Polanski's car?

                "Did I hug your kid today?"

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