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Post #57742670 added 02-21-2013 4:05 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
It seems kinda dangerous to introduce swords to pools.
Post #57737594 added 02-21-2013 12:38 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Have you ever asked yourself why so many "attempted suicides" fail? It turns out that people who attempt suicide really are trying to die. Having a gun obviously leads to a much higher chance of...
Post #57727566 added 02-21-2013 5:44 AM by Dr. J in The Podium
No one was lying to us nor have you proven that. Also what's the breakdown of gun related suicides? IMO, suicides should not be counted in any tallies of gun related deaths, because they will skew...
Post #57726768 added 02-21-2013 3:45 AM by Dr. J in The Podium
That's great, if you want to listen to somebody lie to you and believe it, you're certainly entitled to that. Yes, between ages 1 and 4, drowning is the leading cause of violet death... but it's...
Post #57720296 added 02-20-2013 6:43 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
If you are a pro athlete I honestly would not be even remotely shocked to see injectable supplements in your home. About a decade ago I was researching a substance which is a natural antioxidant, but...
Post #57719804 added 02-20-2013 6:18 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
OMG there's regulations for this?!?! What about my rights? ;) j/k. AFAIK, at least in CA, that law only applies to *new* pool construction. And my point doesn't change just because there's a...
Post #57719510 added 02-20-2013 6:03 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
I'd love to see more on that. Have they denied the needles? (Do people inject herbal supplements?) Obviously I don't know all the facts. The weird part about it to me is: if you really want to...
Post #57719346 added 02-20-2013 5:54 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Heard on NPR that they were saying it had testo-something on it so they immediately assumed testosterone. :lol: Man they bungled this case badly.
Post #57719302 added 02-20-2013 5:51 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57570297/oscar-pistorius-case-prosecution-admits-error-over-testosterone-testimony/ AFAIK, most states require fencing by law...
Post #57719186 added 02-20-2013 5:46 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
"box of testosterone" sounds like it was literally a box with "testosterone" written on the side like government "CHEESE"
Post #57719158 added 02-20-2013 5:44 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
I hear people saying that all the time (myself included), except it's more along the lines of "my child isn't going over there because they own a pool and they don't have adequate fencing and...
Post #57719150 added 02-20-2013 5:44 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
heard the same podcast.... not to mention that there are many people that have guns that you'd never know....
Post #57718950 added 02-20-2013 5:33 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Where did you get that it was recanted? I've been getting that it was argued by the prosecution and denied by the defense: ...
Post #57718402 added 02-20-2013 5:07 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
I agree that if he did not own a gun this event (as it transpired) would not have happened. I'm not sure that he wouldn't have just checked down to the cricket bat. Gonna answer my questions?
Post #57718330 added 02-20-2013 5:04 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Interesting discussion on the Freakonomics podcast. Basically they said that by a significant margin pools are responsible for more child deaths than guns, but you don't hear people saying, "my child...
Post #57717490 added 02-20-2013 4:16 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
If he didn't own a gun, this wouldn't have happened.
Post #57717298 added 02-20-2013 4:05 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Sure, he used a gun, and it was obtained under South Africa's extremely strict requirements. Are you suggesting event stricter requirements would have stopped this? Do you think an all out global...
Post #57717276 added 02-20-2013 4:04 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Make sure you don't mention that he killed his girlfriend with a gun. But if we're only talking about sports, it's ok.
Post #57717192 added 02-20-2013 4:00 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
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Post #57713114 added 02-20-2013 1:25 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
The doping thing was recanted... sigh. Although at this rate I seriously doubt he'll be competing anywhere. And if he does I'll bet the entire stadium boos him to death.
Post #57709104 added 02-20-2013 11:10 AM by Dr. J in The Podium
If they allow prosthetics for Pistorius, they'd have to allow them for everyone. Maybe not, if the prosthetics were exactly like a human leg, but the blades are not.
Post #57705236 added 02-20-2013 8:41 AM by Dr. J in The Podium
And it makes me wonder... http://sports.yahoo.com/news/police-testosterone-needles-found-oscar-094353364--spt.html
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Post #51802324 added 07-20-2012 5:09 AM by Dr. J in The Podium
I think your examples make sense. This "blade" is not human-like at all. Doesn't even look like a leg. It's specifically built to enhance his running ability. It's like the LZR Racer swimsuit that...
Post #51791052 added 07-19-2012 4:47 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
No prosthetic limbs should be allowed in regular competition. In terms of making things fair for women? Easy, get rid of sex categorization and let them compete with the men. Sure they won't win...
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Post #51787764 added 07-19-2012 2:33 PM by Dr. J in The Podium
Personally, I believe it's unfair. And if the other runner's feel the same, I guess they can protest by not participating in the events that Pistorius is in.
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