Monday, February 11, 2008

Aw, Come On!

Will this ever end? The continuing saga of he said, he said just gets deeper and uglier. Now Bryan McNamee says he injected Roger Clemens' wife, Debbie with HGH before a photo shoot five years ago. No word reqarding if he kept the syringes, etc. Jeez... I guess next he will say he injected Roger's son Koby who is in the Astros farm system. I don't know what other people think but to me this is getting personal. On the other hand Clemens is making the rounds of the Congressial offices, having pictures taken with senators and congressmen and giving autographs. Hum...Where is Bryan McNamee? Is he getting his picture taken? Is Roger Clemens clean? He says so. YouTube even has a copy of a 1987 Zest commercial--Zestfully Clean as Zest soap used to say.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5iqpb6L7pY Boy he looks young!

In the middle of this the Houston Rockets seem to go almost unnoticed, but they have won six straight games and are only 4 1/2 games out of first place in their division. I don't follow basketball especially since the Rockets frequently start out like a house on fire, and then burn down. But there is hope among the fans.

Me,I am ready for the As the Stomach Churns soap opera to end. After all, the Houston Astros start Spring Training this week. Yipee! For once the team, at least on paper, is loaded with power hitters in the lineup. Well, we will still have to see if the clouds part over Miguel Tejada. Did,he take steroids, too? Maybe he went to the party Jose Canseco had a few years back where Canseco and Clemens discussed steroids and HGH. McNamee actually says Roger was at the party but Canseco says he was not. And so the soap opera continues...

3 comments:

Dr.John said...

In the end does it really make any difference? They already have the fans by the throat. The salaries are so high that ticket prices keep poor fans away.

bettygram said...

Who knows? The drugs seem to lead to not being able to control their actions and lead to abuse.

quilly said...

It will end when the fans put their wallets in their pockets and walk away. IF no one paid for it, there wouldn't be any point in doing it.