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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 20 2013 5:15 p.m. MDT

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Carnak
Salt Lake City, UT

Been a while since Rock has bashed Bonds so I guess he feels better. Where was Rock's article about Ryan Braun? He got caught, lied, accused baseball of mismanaging his drug test, played an additional year and a half and received a whopping(toungue in cheek) 50 game suspension.

Sounds to me like he got off easy.

Mr. Rock?

Strider303
Salt Lake City, UT

Don't follow baseball that closely but as with all professional sports it appears to me that some professional athletes have no life other than their sport. They do not know how to exit and continue with life in general. It is sad to see.

They are tragic characters is life's drama. They see the end of their careers approaching but somehow think they will either delay or even avoid it.

This is why, with very few exceptions, they are not life role models. We all serve as examples, some for good, some for not so good behavior. Pro athletes are over paid and under educated and in reality performers for our amusement and maybe should seek membership in Actor's Equity or SAG.

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