Thursday, July 20, 2006

J.A. Adande on Barry Bonds

J. A. Adande, a sports columnist with the Los Angeles Times, is a person that I mostly agree with his opinions about 0.1% ot the time, especially his, IMO, penchant for ripping KB24, the NBA star formerly known as Ko8e.

However, in this article, Adande hit it right on the head about the rumors of Barry Bonds' looming federal indictment for perjury and tax evasion.

He also, correctly, I might add, asks a poignant question that seems to be ducked by members of the press, which I will paraphrase as, "Apart from the fact that Lance Armstrong is liked by the media, what is the difference between his case and Bonds'?"

I would even go far as to say that Bonds has never had a sample test positive, as Armstrong's was, despite the fact that the results were dismissed, not for their veracity, but for some procedural errors.

What can I say?

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