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  • #61
    Re: Interesting comments on Kelli, UT perspective

    >russjd you are right !
    it is all about politics
    >and it is not cool to be an american right now in
    >europe !

    Just found another White apologist. What say you now? Given what happened to the french guy-not good to be a Euro either.

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    • #62
      Re: Interesting comments on Kelli, UT perspective

      I realize this should be in another forum but...

      >russjd you are right !
      it is all about politics
      >and it is not cool to be an american right now in
      >europe !

      Are we still going with that? If Calvin got caught, he got caught by a bunch of yanks.

      >As far as studies have showed provigil or >midafinil has no performance enhansing >properties.

      What are we going with here? These people are either getting bad advice or there really is an narcolepsy epidemic.

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      • #63
        Re: Interesting comments on Kelli, UT perspective

        >As far as studies
        >have showed provigil or >midafinil has no
        >performance enhansing >properties.

        No stuides have conclusively proven this! What the hell is going on here? Modafinil doesn't work to enhance performance, THG doesn't work to enhance performance. Explain this one to me. Either American athletes are stupid enough to pump themselves full or substances that do nothing other than shoot their careers in the foot by pumping themselves full of substances that can land them in hot water... or these things really do work after all.

        Why is everyone suddenly leaping to the rescue of these wronged athletes --- again! This is no different than any other positive drug result from the last 10 years or so. Everyone is innocent. What a load of...

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        • #64
          Re: Re: Interesting comments on Kelli, UT perspective

          <Either American athletes are stupid enough to pump themselves full or substances that do nothing>

          Actually, Hulk, they do. A lot of this crap has no more than a placebo effect, starting with vitamins through all kind of non-sensical "diet supplements". Add to it chiropractic "treatments" and "diagnoses" of injuries and the answer to your question is a clear, yes there is a lot of superstition going on.
          "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
          by Thomas Henry Huxley

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