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  • Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

    http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f ... CFRF33.DTL

  • #2
    Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

    Looks like, in spite of the mullet(or maybe because of it), Serra is a smart guy. Let Sing look like the idiot. From the link:

    "It describes 32 vials, some with labels indicating some contained steroids and human growth hormone; 12 plastic
    containers holding various cream and liquid substances; 130 syringes; six needles; 178 pills; and 61 alcohol pads."

    "Anna Ling, one of Anderson's attorneys, said the government had seized only "minuscule amounts" of suspected
    steroids in the raids.

    "The amounts involved are very, very small amounts and definitely consistent with personal use," said Ling, who works for Anderson's chief attorney, J. Tony Serra."




    It just gets funnier and funnier. About time that Ling should tell Anderson to sing. It looks more and more like
    the glove fits.

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    • #3
      Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

      >Looks like, in spite of the mullet(or maybe because of it), Serra is a smart guy.

      Serra's got a mullet *and* a medical marijuana prescription.

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      • #4
        Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

        >>Looks like, in spite of the mullet(or maybe because of it), Serra is a smart
        >guy.

        >Serra's got a mullet *and* a medical marijuana prescription.

        Of course he would. No one that cares for him has intervened and told him that the sixties are so old. You have to love California and BC.

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        • #5
          Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

          Unfortunately, the "inventory" is probably par for the course for most top athletes today, especially those in the NFL, MLB, along with sprinters and throwers.

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          • #6
            Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

            >>Of course he would. No one that cares for him has intervened
            >and told him that the sixties are so old. You have to love California and
            >BC.>>

            Actually, the Tie-Die Triangle is Berkeley, Eugene and Boulder.

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            • #7
              Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

              >Actually, the Tie-Die Triangle is Berkeley, Eugene and Boulder.

              Have to put Vancouver in there.

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              • #8
                Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

                We don't dress funny we just smoke da killer shit.

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                • #9
                  Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

                  >We don't dress funny we just smoke da killer shit.

                  "Vancouver’s also home to loads of former hippies and counter-culture types,
                  so there’s a wonderfully laid-back quality to the air too."

                  They all turn conservative in their old age?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

                    Story in todays New York Times has some people suggesting that the amount of stuff taken was so small (!!!!) that it could fall under the "personal use" category and not be considered trafficking.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

                      Probably "so small" because he'd already sold the bulk of his supply!

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                      • #12
                        Re: Feds Inventory Stuff Found At Home Of Bonds Trainer

                        >Probably "so small" because he'd already sold the bulk of his supply!

                        From a post above:

                        "It describes 32 vials, some with labels indicating some contained steroids and human growth hormone; 12 plastic
                        containers holding various cream and liquid substances; 130 syringes; six needles; 178 pills; and 61 alcohol pads."

                        That looks like a typical medicine cabinet to me.

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