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Nothing Wrong

While Michael Phelps is absolutely a great swimmer, I was never a big fan, mostly because he seemed more marketing robot than human.  If anything, seeing him come off his pedestal this last weekend moved his stature up a notch or two in my book.  Now, in response to all the whiney blogs lamenting the damage he’s doing to the youth of America by being a poor role model, and the various holier-than-thous who seem to think a criminal prosecution is appropriate mandated to prove the impartiality of the system, please read the best post out there.  The letter he should have sent.  [via]

Chuck posted this on Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at  9:39 am.   Make the second comment. 

One Response to “Nothing Wrong”

  1. Spinnerdude says:

    What? A young American kid smoking dope? I’m shocked and appalled. Well….shocked. OK, what the heck…who cares?

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