Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: doping, doping in sports, Fuentes, Hamilton, industrialized sports, Puerto, Tugboat, Tyler Hamilton
In testimony later Tuesday, Fuentes said he had worked [with/on/up] athletes in “all kinds” of sports.
“I worked with individual sportspersons… of all kinds,” he said.
Should we poke that hornets’ nest? There is no culture of lying about doping in pro soccer, because those guys never get asked about it.
I don’t want to hear some wingback swear on the soul of his dead dog that he’s clean.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bakken, fracking, health care costs, shale gas, shale oil, tight gas, tight oil, Watford City
A less obvious form of corporate welfare.
The furious pace of oil exploration that has made North Dakota one of the healthiest economies in the country has had the opposite effect on the region’s health care providers. Swamped by uninsured laborers flocking to dangerous jobs, medical facilities in the area are sinking under skyrocketing debt, a flood of gruesome injuries and bloated business costs from the inflated economy.
This post is an interesting companion to the one below.