Sunday, October 21, 2007
Paul Byrd has injected God!
Byrd, who wrote a book about how his faith in Christ has helped him from cheating, failed to make it clear that by "Christ" he meant $25,000 worth of HGH and needles.
The apologists have come out saying "He needed it for a condition!" (Soon to be the go to for HGH users to replace "I thought it was flax seed oil.")
And what HMO does he have that doesn't pick up some of the $25,000 he owes on the prescription?
And the conspiracy theorists saying it was released on the eve of Game 7 of the ALCS and George Mitchell has ties to the Red Sox.
Now if the Red Sox win and it is announced that Matt Holliday, Todd Helton and Kaz Matsui are on the juice, I'll listen.
But none of that changes the fact that he bought $25,000 of HGH and has been kinda sorta quiet about it.
Isn't it always the loudest Bible thumpers who are hiding something?
If I were the FBI I would put a tail on anyone who proudly professes their love for Jesus.
That's not a call for our conversion... that's a public "Are we cool Jesus? Sorry for F---ing up so badly!" plea for mercy.
I hope it isn't a distraction.