Found August 02, 2013 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
It's been practically a month now since MLB's clown court forced Dr. Anthony Biogenesis Quackington to "testify" in its famous War on Drugs, by suing him for every last bottle deposit in his checking account. Thus, the "doctor" gave them exactly what they wanted: Names. Ever since, a steady stream of selective leaks have formed a mighty river of allegations, perpetually rolling toward Mr. Alex Rodriguez - while the Yankees and their fan base intermittently cheer or boo.Well... what if you don't give a damn about Bud Selig's crackdown on performance enhancing drugs?What if you, as a fan, simply want to root for the Yankees, and not be caught up in morality judgments rendered by characters you have decided - from past experience - not to trust?Does that make you less a fan? Or less a citizen? Does it give you the right to root for your team? Can we be oblivious to all this, and simply watch what happens on the field?Frankly, it's a nice show tha...
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