Fridays Are For One Question

Big story from the sports world this week:

Mark McGwire used steroids.

I, for one, am shocked. I never saw this coming. Not lovable, cuddly Mark. I mean, sure he disappeared for 5 months and came back with surgically implanted tree trunks for forearms, but he said he worked out alot. Apparently he was doing P90X.

Thanks for the revelation, Big Mac. And in light of this earth-shattering news, I ask you today’s question:

“Who did Mark McGwire actually think he was fooling?”

**The goal of “One Question Friday” is simple: To show that everyone has something funny, engaging, creative, and worthwhile to say. So comment away! Be real. Be creative. Think hard. And check back to see how others answered the question.

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  • Mark McGuire was trying his best to fool himself into believing that what he had done was not wrong.

    As a St. Louis Cardinals fan, it was exciting to watch McGuire and Sosa send baseball after baseball over the wall, but there is no overcoming the sour taste that has been left these past several years as we all have learned the truth of how that all happened.

    With that being said, I hope he is able to teach and instruct the young Cardinals how to hit the tar out of a baseball without using anything but the muscles and coordination God gave them.

    Go Cards!

  • Michael K. says:

    Lonely on the one question comment section this week, Jeremy. Hey – you’ve got Pujols going for you. And he seems pretty clean to me.

  • Heather Thomson says:

    I’ll admit it – I believed him. More specifically, I believed that he used substances that were legal at the time but were then declared illegal. I can understand that happening, because new substances are created all of the time and the regulations can’t keep up.

    On the other hand, I was a teenager and was much less cynical then.

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