Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Babe and The King: They parted this mortal coil together

I’ll plead ignorance on this one, but The Sultan of Swat and The King of Rock & Roll decided to part this world on the same day. In what should be more than a oddity, I think that Elvis resonated … Continue reading

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Being Left-Handed: Is it all it’s crack up to be?

As a sufferer of this infirmity, I think it wise to say that we all have certain skills endow to us by The Creator (that crackhead-like presence that made this vast universe on this plane of existence.) But the advantages … Continue reading

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756: Emails, Bonds and the Steroid Fallacy Part II

April 20, 2006: Email sent to Dr. Norm Fost, Professor at University of Wisconsin. I want to thank you on your common sense approach on the issue of steroid use in the MLB. Granted, many disagree whole-heartedly with your viewpoints … Continue reading

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756: My Emails, Bonds and the Steroids fallacy (Part 1)

Barry Lamar Bonds on August 7, 2007 finally hit the record breaker. Over the past two years, I have been very interesting in the pursuit (both on and off the field) of Bonds, Steroids and the defining of the Enhancement … Continue reading

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Baseball Changes, Milestones & Favorite bloggers: It’s Monday!

With Barry Bonds tying Hank Aaron, a new study by Universal Medical Systems reflects that the baseball was indeed changed from Hank’s time to Barry’s. In using CT scanning, the company headed by David R. Zavagno, has produced scans that … Continue reading

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