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Proof positive that the Poms are popping Peptides

(by Ray Dixon ~ Internet Sports Scientist)

Cwlth-Games-2014

I demand an inquiry!

(Apologies for the Facebook style post)

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5 Comments

  1. Iain Hall says:

    Its Sport Ray, and therefore does not matter

  2. Ray Dixon says:

    For once I’m glad you feel that way, Iain, seeing that it’s your England that is (for the first time in living memory) knocking Aus off from the top of the Commonwealth Games Gold.

    On that belief though (that sport “doesn’t matter”), would you say the same about other human recreational pursuits like:

    Hiking
    Walking
    Socialising
    Blogging
    Video Games

    There are many things humans do for recreation, why single out sport as not mattering?

  3. Iain Hall says:

    Ray
    part of me is happy to see both Australia and England doing well in the games (as a Pommy Migrant I get to barrack for both at the same time 😉 ) but I’m also looking forward to them being over so that my morning radio schedule can go back to normal (I wake up to our local ABC each morning) so that I won’t sleep in and be late getting my daughter to her morning buss to school like I was the other day.

    As for your list well the point is that none of those affect those who don’t care about them. You see the ABC in their wisdom have decided to usurp the normal Radio to broadcast the Games and put the normal shows onto their digital only feed. I think it should have been the games onto the digital feed and the normal shows broadcast on the AM band.

  4. Ray Dixon says:

    These too:

    Car racing
    Listening to music
    Watching musicians play
    Playing music (for that matter)
    Going to the beach
    Sex

    It seems to me that life consists more of these no-real-consequence pursuits than the more serious matters. So if they “don’t matter” isn’t that really saying “life doesn’t matter”?

  5. Ray Dixon says:

    Missed your reply, Iain. Yes, I find the early morning radio coverage ultra boring too. And I like sport!

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