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  1. I actually believe Braun. Listening to this news conference, everything he's saying actually makes sense. There's no way his testosterone was 3 times higher than any result in the history of drug testing in baseball. Correct. And there's no way his body could have went right back to normal following an immediate re-test. I don't know why people always rush to these conclusions. I've read studies that suggest that human chorionic gonadotropin can boost the T:E ratios even beyond Braun's levels and subsequently return them to normal over the period of about a day or less. Chorionic Gonadotropin increases NATURAL testosterone. The testosterone found in Braun was synthetic. Correct. I think what happened to him must have been that one in a million false positive... Or someone really did f*** with the sample. But I just don't see Braun as "that guy". Honestly, I didn't think Braun was innocent at first. But now that I've heard his side and looked at the evidence, I think he is in fact innocent. It could have been a false positive, but I wouldn't rule out the possibility of somebody tampering with the sample. There's definitely a lot of haters out there.
  2. I actually believe Braun. Listening to this news conference, everything he's saying actually makes sense. There's no way his testosterone was 3 times higher than any result in the history of drug testing in baseball. Correct. And there's no way his body could have went right back to normal following an immediate re-test. I don't know why people always rush to these conclusions. I've read studies that suggest that human chorionic gonadotropin can boost the T:E ratios even beyond Braun's levels and subsequently return them to normal over the period of about a day or less. Chorionic Gonadotropin increases NATURAL testosterone. The testosterone found in Braun was synthetic.
  3. Here's a bunch of the same pictures and a couple more. http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/marlins/2012/02/16/marlins-photo-gallery-jose-reyes-and-hanley-ramirez-hang-out-on-golf-course/#more-10515
  4. Ani Reyes Hanley Boni Infante Gaby https://p.twimg.com/...BgzCIAAqBle.jpg That doesnt look like Gaby on the far right. Nice pics!! I think it's Mujica.
  5. Yeah I still think it's a monstrosity, but it does look a little better than I thought it would.
  6. Great game! Didn't care about either team, but I'm glad the Patriots lost.
  7. Me too. I'm containing myself, but pugstein has a facebook with over 300 pictures... just sayin' You're just jealous of our love.
  8. I'm watching his press conference online, and he admitted that he drank too much that night. He was with Ian Kinsler for part of the night, but Ian didn't know he was drinking. Hamilton said that he was very "sneaky" about it. Basically, he screwed up, and he's very sorry for it. That was the gist of it.
  9. I just want to flood this thread. My dog is the best. Me too. I'm containing myself, but pugstein has a facebook with over 300 pictures... just sayin'
  10. Well I'm sure Loria is sirius about the word 'skyline' then. PNC isn't a skyline, it's a background But siriusly, back to Calculus. Ugh, Calculus. I was Tylenol's best customer when I was in that class. Headaches galore.
  11. I wish somebody that has a far better understanding of this would explain exactly how this works. Confuses me a bit. Example..... Although federal law gave women the right to vote long before, the Florida constitution wasn't amended to do it until 1969. Yet some counties were allowing it before that. (Information taken from a 3 volumn set entitled "Florida's Past", "Florida's Past," published by Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida. I can't help you with the legal stuff, but I can give you a better understanding that commas actually go inside quotation marks. You're never too old to learn. When it comes to quotention marks and punctuation, I've decided that I'm British. The American way makes no sense. http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=tykzAyISnNk
  12. I wish somebody that has a far better understanding of this would explain exactly how this works. Confuses me a bit. Example..... Although federal law gave women the right to vote long before, the Florida constitution wasn't amended to do it until 1969. Yet some counties were allowing it before that. (Information taken from a 3 volumn set entitled "Florida's Past", "Florida's Past," published by Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida. I can't help you with the legal stuff, but I can give you a better understanding that commas actually go inside quotation marks. You're never too old to learn. The title of the three-volume set is: Florida's Past The title of the three-volume set is not: Florida's Past, Therefore, to include the comma inside the quotation marks would be to incorrectly quote the title of the set. http://grammar.ccc.c...s/quotation.htm Basically, in America, PurpleHaze is correct. In the United Kingdom, Canada, and islands under the influence of British education, you would be correct.
  13. No other stadium has that sort of skyline view. Yeah, a few parks give you some downtown buildings, but no other stadium has that sort of wide-open and all-encompassing view of miles of buildings. Loria and his architects and designers hit the view-jackpot. There's nothing else close to it in all of MLB. This ain't bad: Ha! You beat me to it. I was about to post that exact picture. PNC is my favorite park right now.
  14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcvaYgWc9eY
  15. I literally listen to every type of music but here's one unmanly song that I like. No, I'm not gay, but these dudes can sing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rppVf1UGbKM
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