It Is Time

…for him…

to go.
And take his phoney, juiced up, bullsh*t records with him.

6 Responses to “It Is Time”

  1. Nightfly says:

    Ah. You have seen it. I got there from SI, who is publishing excerpts this week. If he’s convicted his numbers should be frozen after ’98. (And here’s a fun bar debate – based solely on his pro production up until then, is Barry Bonds still a Hall of Famer?)

  2. Dave J says:

    “I won’t even look at it. For what? There’s no need to,” Bonds said Tuesday…
    Yeah, there’s no need to because as much bullshit as he might say in public, if any of this stuff were actually false, he’d already be suing the authors for libel.

  3. Shannon says:

    I like how MSNBC is polling us . . . “Does this change your opinion of Bonds?”
    No. It doesn’t change it at all. I always thought he was unapologetically mean-spirited, arrogant and self-aggrandizing. He does need to go, because I can’t imagine his teammates can stand having him around – he must really suck the joy out of the clubhouse.
    He even not-so-subtly played that race card:
    The book says Bonds told his mistress, Kimberly Bell, that the media and baseball were going easy on McGwire, who admitted using the supplement andro in 1998. “They’re just letting him do it because he’s a white boy,” the book cites Bonds as telling Bell.
    Whining to his mistress? None of this is out of character. Of course “character” is always something he’s lacked.
    Makes me miss Kirby Puckett even more.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    He’s a racist pig. His whole goal, he’s said several times, was to push babe Ruth Further down the list.

  5. Dave E. says:

    Bingo Shannon. Puckett, Bonds….Compare and contrast. In the end, it ain’t just about the numbers.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    In the quotes that sports illustrated has he never says “i do not and never have used them”.

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