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2 responses to “This Sad Day in Doping: Joe Papp deserves medal, not prison”

  1. walshworld

    Couldn’t agree more, Paul. Well said.

  2. Joe Papp

    Thanks for the positive energy, guys. Hoping to make something, ahem, positive come out of this, so maybe the harsh reality of having added a criminal element to the mix will make this story of a Phi Beta Kappa grad seduced by the dark side of the sport and given the rope with which to hang himself all the more real, visceral and unavoidable. I don’t like the “if I only reach one kid it will be worth it” whine, since 1:1 is hardly the kind of ratio that earns one much of a second chance. I want every young athlete in the world to know my face and feel a chill creep down his spine as he thinks of what it must have been like for me to be absolutely shredded financially, emotionally, physically and mentally; threatened with death; blogged about by pervs like Nick Price who advocate the anal-raping of me as retribution for the doping-related crimes to which I plead guilty ((http://ridingtoandfrom.blogspot.com/2010/02/media-whore-joe-fucking-papp-in-news.html) [Look for Pappillon to feature a guest post analyzing the repressed homosexual desires of Mr. Price in the near future – in the meanwhile, if you want to buy a house from the budding, wannabe anal rapist: http://www.nprice.goberkscounty.com/resume.aspx); and generally had your world turned upside down, inside out, kicked to the curb, spat on, shot and pushed to near extinction thanks to your own stupid decisions – only to (hopefully) win a second chance at life and rise Phoenix-like from the ashes to finally do some good in the world. It’s late. I’m out. Peace.

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