NAPOLI: HGH issues?

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    what a poorly posed post....

     
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    that makes 3 useless empty threads. 2 of which arent even somewhat related to the Sox.

     

     
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    As DAD would say.........  "SON, WHERE THERE IS A BAD HIP OR HEEL, LOOK FOR THE JUICE"  !!!

     
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    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    As DAD would say.........  "SON, WHERE THERE IS A BAD HIP OR HEEL, LOOK FOR THE JUICE"  !!!



    So with Mike Lowell we should also look for "JUICE". That is a very broad and generalized statement to be making.

     
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    In response to JimfromFlorida's comment:

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

     

    As DAD would say.........  "SON, WHERE THERE IS A BAD HIP OR HEEL, LOOK FOR THE JUICE"  !!!

     



    So with Mike Lowell we should also look for "JUICE". That is a very broad and generalized statement to be making.

     

    Not saying that about our beloved Mikeeeeee.....  However, now that you mentioned it, could it be ????

     
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    In response to JimfromFlorida's comment:

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

     

    As DAD would say.........  "SON, WHERE THERE IS A BAD HIP OR HEEL, LOOK FOR THE JUICE"  !!!

     



    So with Mike Lowell we should also look for "JUICE". That is a very broad and generalized statement to be making.

    Not saying Lowell did  ,but you just don't know.??? Would be the perfect type? Mister clean guy that we all think would never? Today in sports nobody is that perfect guy who would never? We fans have no clue... I would name Trout , and Vtec as nice guys who could have? Just a crazy guess.




     
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    Re: NAPOLI: HGH issues?

    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    Tiger Woods hired the same DR. Galea that ARod had used. Dr. Galea practiced "medicine" in FL without a license, to do a "blood procedure" on Woods at Woods' house. Dr. Galea pleaded guilty to a federal crime related to HGH distribution. Dr. Galea's assistant cut a plea and outed Galea by describing the modus operendi of his blood spinning "cocktail". It included HGH in every instance that Dr. Galea's assistant was assisting Dr. Galea. The fact that she wasn't there for the Woods' procedure doesn't change the overwhelming evidence that it was an HGH procedure visit. The PGA Tour began testing for steroids within about 12 months of when Woods' used Dr. Galea for what was surely HGH. The PGA Tour has no testing for HGH.



    Lucky for Tiger, he has Obama as his president to defend the justice system and constitution that maintains that all men are pressumed innocent until proven guilty.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    There is noting in The Constituion about the latin based translation "presumption of innocence". Since Tiger hasn't been charged with a federal crime and their is no state action, Obama and his identity politics selective enforcement injustice incompetence department have no jurisdiction over the issue of his PED use.

    Dr. Galea's HGH federal crime conviction and his modus operandi, along with the PGA Tour's timeline for steroids testing and no testing for HGH, would be beyond a reasonable doubt. Of cousre, that's not the standard with which any citizen can draw conclusions from known facts.

    I sure hope Obama is being drug tested, given his animus towards "they", his incompetence and heavy drug use addiction personal history. He couldn't have been sober when he said "corpseman". I believe federal employees who have security clearances are subject to drug testing.

    I am for legalization of all plant life, for sale or consumption. However, those who have histories of drug dependence should be disqualified from public office. That would disqualify Obama, and Bush, the man who caused all the problems Obama needed more time to fix, debt and deficits and restoring the U.S. to a position of respect in the global community.  Clinton likely qualifies, because he wasn't drug dependent, depedning on what one means by the word "wasn't" is.  

    Another  B I N G O  !!!!!


     
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    In response to moonslav59's comment:

    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

     

    Tiger Woods hired the same DR. Galea that ARod had used. Dr. Galea practiced "medicine" in FL without a license, to do a "blood procedure" on Woods at Woods' house. Dr. Galea pleaded guilty to a federal crime related to HGH distribution. Dr. Galea's assistant cut a plea and outed Galea by describing the modus operendi of his blood spinning "cocktail". It included HGH in every instance that Dr. Galea's assistant was assisting Dr. Galea. The fact that she wasn't there for the Woods' procedure doesn't change the overwhelming evidence that it was an HGH procedure visit. The PGA Tour began testing for steroids within about 12 months of when Woods' used Dr. Galea for what was surely HGH. The PGA Tour has no testing for HGH.

     



    Lucky for Tiger, he has Obama as his president to defend the justice system and constitution that maintains that all men are pressumed innocent until proven guilty.

     



    That's for a court of law.  People judge other people every day of the week.

     
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