Keep in mind that Greg Nuckols doesn seem to think so, if we extrapolate from the stated DL and Bench. Even the most zealous “hard work and dedication” follower will admit that Daniella Melo is an outlier, a genetic freak. But how come there is never any attention for the people that lie at the opposite end of the spectrum?.
Samhocking wrote:Well, all I know is the claim is often touted that Sky are doping because they are able to turn Donkeys into Racehorses at will overnight. That’s a perfectly acceptable explanation, but then it doesn’t explain why another team doping a rider who is already a racehorse in terms of palamares/genetics/natural ability consistently cannot and does not beat them in the biggest event of the year for 7 years now? That suggests either unknown experimental substances no other team has access to for the last 7 years that is more effective than EPO, exclusive UCI protection no other team has access to for the last 7 years or something else explains Sky’s success with said riders over last 7 years. UCI protection would explain it.
The global health crisis of HIV/AIDs has affected Africa the worst, some 34 million people have HIV/AIDs and 68% of them live in Africa (World Wide HIV AIDs statistics, 2011). This pandemicdestroys lives, hinders economic growth and international progress. It costs around US$10,000 15,000 per person per year for the drugs to treat HIV/AIDs which is too expensive for the majority of people infected in resource poor countries (WHO, 2002).
Two explanations can be given for open aggression. Taking an inflexible stand knowing problems are a real part of an imperfect world is one. Some respond by trying to appear physically larger to intimidate those we deem threatening. If the NFL thought it was an actual issue or it thought it could prove itself right in the Patriots case, the league would released their findings when they measured footballs the previous seasons. They haven If they had a smoking gun they would already used it. Thank goodness we don have to deal with the craziness that happened during the first Deflategate.
How curious then, that the media showed no interest in a most remarkable utterance that our nation’s top economic official recently made about a crucial policy that affects millions of working families. Greenspan, in his usual imperious and droning way, was dumping a load of economic gobbledygook on the house banking committee, when Rep. Bernie Sanders cut through the verbiage to ask a direct question: “Are you for abolishing the minimum wage?” Startled, the master of obfuscation uncharacteristically blinked and blurted: “I would say that if I had my choice the answer is, of course.”.