The ESPN Sports Guy’s latest mailbag has a discussion of baseball’s Mitchell Report on steroid use:
Q: In the Mitchell report, why didn’t they punish Edward Norton for the illegal supplements he took for his role in “American History X”?
— Ryan, Hoboken, N.J.
SG: You didn’t see that page? They revoked all of his wins in “Fight Club.”
and also has a sidebar on breastfeeding from his wife:
With all the diets out there, I’m blown away there isn’t a Hollywood Lactation diet. I mean, you lose 500 calories a day — that’s at least one sprinkles cupcake or a large Pinkberry with fruity pebbles on top! How come there isn’t a breast pump for non-moms called the “Fat-Sucker” on QVC?
JUST FOR THE RECORD I AM A LIFELONG SPORTS FAN AND DO NOT GIVING A FLYING F*CK ABOUT STEROIDS OR ANY OF THE SANCTIMONIOUS A**HOLES WHO DO–WE HAVE CHILDREN IN AMERICA, THE RICHEST NATION ON EARTH, GOING TO SLEEP HUNGRY AND WITHOUT HEALTH CARE AND CONGRESS IS WORRIED ABOUT STERIODS IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL?? I SAY LET PRO ATHLETES DO WHATEVER THEY WANT AND, WHILE WE’RE AT IT, LEGALIZE POT, TOO! Goodness, what a relief to get THAT off my chest.