Well back for more list? eh? huh? Well f**k that. Time to talk about the juice.
Not only was Wednesday one of the happiest days for baseball fans, with the pitchers and catchers reporting, it was also one of the darker days in baseballs long history. Seven-time Cy Young award winner Roger Clemens raised that powerful arm of his and duked it out with long time friend and trainer Brian Mcnamee. I’ve never heard of such an interesting debate, especially one that is so lopsided. Almost every sports writer in America sees Clemens as guilty. He looks so uncomfortable up there, with his lawyers jumping up every five seconds. Speaking of his lawyer, Rusty Harden is the most despicable people on the face of the earth. He has no class, no grace, and carries him self with such a attitude that makes me throw up all over my computer. This quote sent me over the top today. Mcnamee’s lawyer made a remark about how a presidential pardon could come in to place because of how buddy buddy Bush and Clemens are (which is not out of the question), and Hardin has the nerve to say, “Richard Emery just has to quit smoking his own dope.” Great. You are so fancy. You should be in a fancy movie and people can call you Mr. Fancy.
Now that I got that out of my system…
McNamee has said he injected 4 people with either steroids or human growth hormone. Chuck Knoblauch (a childhood hero of mine), Debbie Clemens his wife, former teammate Andy Pettite, and of course the accused, Clemens himself. Knoblauch, his wife, and Pettite have all confessed. Why on earth would McNamee lie about Roger?
In conclusion, why the hell is Larry the Cable Guy on Leno twice in the same week?!
And Roger Clemens is hella guilty. And Brian McNamee is a total douchebag and should not be viewed as a hero, because he is just a big a part of tainting the national past-time as Roger Clemens or Barry Bonds are.