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Offline jfc

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O.P. « 2017-May-16, 10:49 AM »

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2017-May-16, 11:30 AM Reply #1 »
I voted "Ban it"

I couldn't believe this ad when I first saw it.

Johnson shouldn't be making money from cheating and companies shouldn't be making light of the practice.

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« 2017-May-16, 11:36 AM Reply #2 »
Funny thing is actually strongly preferred the old app  - was much easier to see your Pending bets and check them.

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« 2017-May-16, 01:53 PM Reply #3 »
Brilliant advertising. Has got more air time than they could possibly dream of because of all the wowsers having a hissy fit.

This country used to have the most irreverent sense of humor on earth. Unfortunately not any more.

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« 2017-May-16, 02:57 PM Reply #4 »
Deliberate shock jock tactics which is the lowest form of humour, though usually successful if you're a narcissist with no morals. There's ways to be funny without supporting cheats.
« Last Edit: 2017-May-16, 03:08 PM by samatt »

Offline nemisis

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« 2017-May-16, 05:04 PM Reply #5 »
Ben Johnson was just the guy who got caught.

Who deserved that gold medal? Carl Lewis?.......Linford Christie?

You had to be careless to get caught and Ben got very careless.

 Warney knows all about it.

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« 2017-May-16, 05:06 PM Reply #6 »
Deliberate shock jock tactics which is the lowest form of humour, though usually successful if you're a narcissist with no morals. There's ways to be funny without supporting cheats.

The guy did his time and it's not as though he was a child rapist, geez.

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« 2017-May-16, 05:36 PM Reply #7 »
Okay he did his time and as far as I'm usually concerned that's that.

But he's now making a quid out of it.

Give me a break.

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« 2017-May-16, 06:13 PM Reply #8 »
The guy did his time and it's not as though he was a child rapist, geez.

I won't lose any sleep over it Kicker, just not my thing. Low brow stuff designed to provoke exactly the response it's getting. Guys like Sam Newman make a living from this type of thing. Best ignored for mine.
« Last Edit: 2017-May-16, 06:15 PM by samatt »

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« 2017-May-16, 06:55 PM Reply #9 »
Okay he did his time and as far as I'm usually concerned that's that.

But he's now making a quid out of it.

Give me a break.
6 runners in that Seoul final were allegedly on drugs.

Ben's making a quid?

How has he made a quid over the last 30 years?

My bet is those making heaps of quids are the sports administrators allowing this drug shit to flourish.

While mouthing sanctimonious hypocritical crap like we're seeing here.

Maybe you and others should trouble to educate yourself about this situation?



Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2017-May-16, 07:22 PM Reply #10 »
Typically Patrick Smith writing in this morning's Australian got stuck into Sportsbet and Johnson over the advertisement then morphed onto his high horse on drugs in NRL, AFL and whatever other sport he considered was tainted.


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