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Is blake on the juice

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 05:22 AM
I saw this on the google sports page...


Every time I see this guy I can't help but think..is he on the stuff?
His meteoric recovery from illness...and now his sudden bursts of power
and speed...hmm. I don't think drug testing in tennis is half of what
they say it is. I have strong feelings about the use of drugs among the
US Davis Cup team and the players that move in the same circles. Look
at the transformation of Ginepri last year and Fish comes out of no
where and wins houston. As for Roddick..it seems he got the secret and
spread it around. he seems not to strength train too much..perhaps
depending on the stuff. It helps with his serve but hardly anything
else now it seems.

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 05:22 AM
OMG YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:

El Legenda
06-04-2006, 05:23 AM
well Ginepri should get his money back, cuz its not working this year :lol:

acoffeygirl
06-04-2006, 05:24 AM
I've been so bored this evening....thanks for the laughs.

atheneglaukopis
06-04-2006, 05:24 AM
Is blake on the juice
Yes. Everybody is. Moving on.

El Legenda
06-04-2006, 05:25 AM
Chuck Norris is on the juice,

just throwing it out there

:)

gusman890
06-04-2006, 05:27 AM
yes he is and he is spreading it to the world so people can make threads about it.


moving on ;)

ufokart
06-04-2006, 05:28 AM
Someone, hurry, Tell blake to share some of his Juice with Coria, Ferrero and some of his fellow countrymen. They need it :haha:

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 05:28 AM
Look ate Blake's demenaour he acts as if he has been given the biggest secret in life on how to win at tennis. I strongly feels that Roddick shared the so called secret of "maximising" one's talent with the guys on the Davvis Cup team. Ginepri seems lazy to me but look at his body structure. he has certainly hulked up..not to the mention the once skinny Bryan Twins. PAtrick McEnroe would stop at nothing and it no secret that his mother used steroids while he was a "champ.," so why wouldn't the that little secret of m"maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 06:07 AM
Look ate Blake's demenaour he acts as if he has been given the biggest secret in life on how to win at tennis. I strongly feels that Roddick shared the so called secret of "maximising" one's talent with the guys on the Davvis Cup team. Ginepri seems lazy to me but look at his body structure. he has certainly hulked up..not to the mention the once skinny Bryan Twins. PAtrick McEnroe would stop at nothing and it no secret that his mother used steroids while he was a "champ.," so why wouldn't the that little secret of m"maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.OMG you are freaking unbelievable. So now Andy is on the juice too? with his breadstick arms? Oh, ok. James isn't exactly big either and the Bryans are still skinny but I wouldn't expect you to notice something so obvious. PMac's mother is a man? poor guy!!!!! :sad: :sad:

AgassiDomination
06-04-2006, 06:13 AM
WTF? :cuckoo:

Dirk
06-04-2006, 06:18 AM
Look ate Blake's demenaour he acts as if he has been given the biggest secret in life on how to win at tennis. I strongly feels that Roddick shared the so called secret of "maximising" one's talent with the guys on the Davvis Cup team. Ginepri seems lazy to me but look at his body structure. he has certainly hulked up..not to the mention the once skinny Bryan Twins. PAtrick McEnroe would stop at nothing and it no secret that his mother used steroids while he was a "champ.," so why wouldn't the that little secret of m"maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.

You just will never end, but I don't think your account will remind active too much longer he so you better buy a membership. :haha:

LoveFifteen
06-04-2006, 06:22 AM
The Laws of Tennis Doping

1. You are guilty until you prove your innocence beyond a shadow of a doubt.

2. You cannot prove your innocence because you obviously use a brand-new, designer steriod that cannot be detected.

3. If you ever get better than you used to be, you are 100% guilty of doping.

4. If your fitness isn't a pathetic as Andy Murray's, it's clearly because you're filled with more juice than a ripe pineapple.

5. You just beat my fave ... you are so obviously a doper.

6. You're ground-strokes are not sublime. Your volleys are not sublime. Your transition game is not sublime. You are not composing a symphony each time you construct a point ... you are so undoubtedly juicing!!!

7. Your arms are muscular. You look strong ... can we say "guilty"?

8. You pull out of the Masters Cup and the Australian Open with "injuries" ... if this doesn't say guilty, then what does?

9. You have a career comeback ... it's always, always, always drug-fueled.

WhataQT
06-04-2006, 06:24 AM
Huh?

partygirl
06-04-2006, 06:32 AM
James = ROID RAGE.

yep.

Jairus
06-04-2006, 07:00 AM
Chuck Norris is on the juice,

just throwing it out there

:)

How Dare you!! Fuck YOU!

Sorry, that was the 'roids talking....it takes over sometimes. ;)

MissMoJo
06-04-2006, 07:04 AM
PAtrick McEnroe would stop at nothing and it no secret that his mother used steroids while he was a "champ.," so why wouldn't the that little secret of m"maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.
:rolls: :rolls: I don't know what's funnier the steroid conspiracy or calling pmac a champ

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 07:10 AM
:rolls: :rolls: I don't know what's funnier the steroid conspiracy or calling pmac a champI think his mother using steroids is the funniest of all ;)

admiralpye
06-04-2006, 07:24 AM
The Laws of Tennis Doping

1. You are guilty until you prove your innocence beyond a shadow of a doubt.

2. You cannot prove your innocence because you obviously use a brand-new, designer steriod that cannot be detected.

3. If you ever get better than you used to be, you are 100% guilty of doping.

4. If your fitness isn't a pathetic as Andy Murray's, it's clearly because you're filled with more juice than a ripe pineapple.

5. You just beat my fave ... you are so obviously a doper.

6. You're ground-strokes are not sublime. Your volleys are not sublime. Your transition game is not sublime. You are not composing a symphony each time you construct a point ... you are so undoubtedly juicing!!!

7. Your arms are muscular. You look strong ... can we say "guilty"?

8. You pull out of the Masters Cup and the Australian Open with "injuries" ... if this doesn't say guilty, then what does?

9. You have a career comeback ... it's always, always, always drug-fueled.

haha! love this post! :) (so true...)

Fee
06-04-2006, 09:07 AM
I saw this on the google sports page...

Right after you posted it there?


Every time I see this guy I can't help but think..is he on the stuff?
His meteoric recovery from illness...and now his sudden bursts of power
and speed...hmm. I don't think drug testing in tennis is half of what
they say it is. I have strong feelings about the use of drugs among the
US Davis Cup team and the players that move in the same circles. Look
at the transformation of Ginepri last year and Fish comes out of no
where and wins houston. As for Roddick..it seems he got the secret and
spread it around. he seems not to strength train too much..perhaps
depending on the stuff. It helps with his serve but hardly anything
else now it seems.

Tonight's winner of the 'Best Ganja' Award. :smoke: Next time, buy in bulk so that you can share with those of us that are so inclined on a Saturday evening. :rocker2:

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 03:24 PM
Obviously the post was filled with typos..it was ratherfunny with them I admit..see below for correction.
Look ate Blake's demenaour he acts as if he has been given the biggest secret in life on how to win at tennis. I strongly feels that Roddick shared the so called secret of "maximising" one's talent with the guys on the Davvis Cup team. Ginepri seems lazy to me but look at his body structure. he has certainly hulked up..not to the mention the once skinny Bryan Twins. PAtrick McEnroe would stop at nothing and it no secret that his mother used steroids while he was a "champ.," so why wouldn't the that little secret of m"maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.


Look at Blake's demenaour he acts as if he has been given the biggest secret in life on how to win at tennis. I strongly feels that Roddick shared the so called secret of "maximising" one's talent with the guys on the Davis Cup team. Ginepri seems lazy to me but look at his body structure. he has certainly hulked up..not to the mention the once skinny Bryan Twins. Patrick McEnroe would stop at nothing to win Davis Cup and it no secret that his brother (not mother) used steroids while he (John Mcenroe)was a "champ.," so why wouldn't that little secret of "maximising" one's talent be shared among the players. I would not be surprised.

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 03:55 PM
Well considering James still can't win a 5-setter, if he's doping, he should sure ask his supplier for a refund

Raquel
06-04-2006, 03:57 PM
Well considering James still can't win a 5-setter, if he's doping, he should sure ask his supplier for a refund
Maybe Monfils is just on better juice? I mean, they are all on it, right? :p

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 03:58 PM
this is true, this is true. But James's 5-set record (0 in whatever) is pretty striking for a top 10 player... if it were me, I'd ask for my money back :p

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 04:06 PM
Monfils is more talented than Blake..so is Gonzalez. Blake believes that power speed and endurance is all... but in the final analysis the better ball handler wins. James is not even the most talented player in his family. His brother Thomas, who it seems is living vicariously through him, was more highly thought of as a player.

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 04:07 PM
Monfils is more talented that Blake..so is Gonzalez. Blake believe that power speed and endurance is all... but in the final analysis the better ball handler wins. James is not even the most talented player in his family. His brother Thomas, who i seems is living vicariously through him, was moWhat relevance does any of this have to James doping? You say Monfils is better and Monfils won? I thought this would be less fun when I woke up, but no, it's just as fun as it was last night!

Phunkadelicious
06-04-2006, 04:09 PM
James is a doper? :sad: I am so disillusioned now.

cobalt60
06-04-2006, 04:09 PM
I want some of "that juice". It would make me a better multitasker and even I could go 5 sets.

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 04:10 PM
the argument is that if james is doping he should ask for his money back because he can't win five setters...I am simple saying that he doesn't win them because the more talented player usually prevails in those five set matches not the juiced guy.

DDrago2
06-04-2006, 04:15 PM
When doping is concerned you either have firm proofs or you have nothing - it's simple as that. It's usseless to speculate

star
06-04-2006, 04:17 PM
I saw this on the google sports page...


Every time I see this guy I can't help but think..is he on the stuff?
His meteoric recovery from illness...and now his sudden bursts of power
and speed...hmm. I don't think drug testing in tennis is half of what
they say it is. I have strong feelings about the use of drugs among the
US Davis Cup team and the players that move in the same circles. Look
at the transformation of Ginepri last year and Fish comes out of no
where and wins houston. As for Roddick..it seems he got the secret and
spread it around. he seems not to strength train too much..perhaps
depending on the stuff. It helps with his serve but hardly anything
else now it seems.

Yes, definitely James is on the juice too.... He got it when he hooked up with Martina.

Adcourt
06-04-2006, 04:21 PM
no he got it from associating with roddick and the mcenroes and the davis cup squad..take your heads out of the sand. drugs are rife in tennis. Blake is no nice guy saint..he wants to achieve just like the next man. he seems way too angry about it.

Phunkadelicious
06-04-2006, 04:22 PM
Do you shoot up before you post? Because you seem way too angry about it. And I wonder if Lewis Black shoots up before he goes on stage, because he seems way to angry about it. I wonder if I shoot up before I stub my toe, because usually I seem too angry about it.

star
06-04-2006, 04:26 PM
Monfils is more talented than Blake..so is Gonzalez. Blake believes that power speed and endurance is all... but in the final analysis the better ball handler wins. James is not even the most talented player in his family. His brother Thomas, who it seems is living vicariously through him, was more highly thought of as a player.

Thomas is definitely cuter. :)

NYCtennisfan
06-04-2006, 04:31 PM
Of course he is on the juice. My mailman is his supplier. :eek: :eek: :eek:

Deboogle!.
06-04-2006, 06:05 PM
the argument is that if james is doping he should ask for his money back because he can't win five setters...I am simple saying that he doesn't win them because the more talented player usually prevails in those five set matches not the juiced guy.Do you realize the complete lack of logic in this statement (wait what am I saying of course you do not)? If the more talented player, as you say, is going to win anyway, what would be the point of doping? If James, whom you deem the less talented player, is doping, shouldn't the point of doping be to win?

Or are you arguing that doping in general is pointless because even if someone dopes the more talented player will win?

Or do you just have no clue what you're arguing? I think this is probably the correct answer. :)

helen phillips
06-04-2006, 06:39 PM
I love groundless accusations as much as the next guy (probably more) but of all the guys your picking Blake as a doper. Honey check your meds you need to up the dosage. You could probably make a better case for Monfills as a doper (pretty big biceps for a skinny kid and his intensity can seem a little extreme) but it would be just as spurious.

Merton
06-04-2006, 10:43 PM
Statement A:

Every time I see this guy I can't help but think..is he on the stuff?
His meteoric recovery from illness...and now his sudden bursts of power
and speed...hmm. I don't think drug testing in tennis is half of what
they say it is. I have strong feelings about the use of drugs among the
US Davis Cup team and the players that move in the same circles. Look
at the transformation of Ginepri last year and Fish comes out of no
where and wins houston. As for Roddick..it seems he got the secret and
spread it around. he seems not to strength train too much..perhaps
depending on the stuff. It helps with his serve but hardly anything
else now it seems.

Statement B:

The aliens control the US Davis Cup Team. They have replaced all players with humanoid robots as part of their long term plan for tennis domination.

What are the similarities of the two statements?

Lee
06-04-2006, 10:58 PM
Monfils is more talented than Blake..so is Gonzalez. Blake believes that power speed and endurance is all... but in the final analysis the better ball handler wins. James is not even the most talented player in his family. His brother Thomas, who it seems is living vicariously through him, was more highly thought of as a player.

No, Monfils won because he has a better supplier than Blake. James better associate himself with Monfils than Roddick. Or better yet, associate himself with Federer and Nadal. :)

Fumus
06-04-2006, 11:19 PM
Chuck Norris is on the juice,

just throwing it out there

:)

Incorrect, the juice takes Chuck Norris to bulk up ;)

blosson
06-04-2006, 11:35 PM
Blake loves pineapple juice.

JoJoMa
06-04-2006, 11:41 PM
On the cranberry juice.

atheneglaukopis
06-05-2006, 12:18 AM
Statement B:

The aliens control the US Davis Cup Team. They have replaced all players with humanoid robots as part of their long term plan for tennis domination.

What are the similarities of the two statements?
I'll tell you what the difference is: Statement B is a paragon of Aristotelian logic compared with Statement A.

chicky841
06-05-2006, 01:33 AM
Wat a useless thread. James of all the ppl you could of picked?

:rolls: :rolls: I don't know what's funnier the steroid conspiracy or calling pmac a champ

:ras: You need to come on msn more, I havent talked to you in ages. Even if all you do is make fun of my love for Gaston :(

Merton
06-05-2006, 02:01 AM
I'll tell you what the difference is: Statement B is a paragon of Aristotelian logic compared with Statement A.

Actually it is much less convoluted, so Aristotle would probably find it more aesthetically pleasing. :lol: Just replace "Davis Cup Team" with "government" and "tennis" for "world" and you get a condensed version of a standard conspiracy/UFO-logist statement.

Chloe le Bopper
06-05-2006, 02:45 AM
How is it that a poster whose entire existence on this site is based around writing slander in order to stir people up... still posts here? :shrug:

16681
06-05-2006, 05:45 AM
The Laws of Tennis Doping

1. You are guilty until you prove your innocence beyond a shadow of a doubt.

2. You cannot prove your innocence because you obviously use a brand-new, designer steriod that cannot be detected.

3. If you ever get better than you used to be, you are 100% guilty of doping.

4. If your fitness isn't a pathetic as Andy Murray's, it's clearly because you're filled with more juice than a ripe pineapple.

5. You just beat my fave ... you are so obviously a doper.

6. You're ground-strokes are not sublime. Your volleys are not sublime. Your transition game is not sublime. You are not composing a symphony each time you construct a point ... you are so undoubtedly juicing!!!

7. Your arms are muscular. You look strong ... can we say "guilty"?

8. You pull out of the Masters Cup and the Australian Open with "injuries" ... if this doesn't say guilty, then what does?

9. You have a career comeback ... it's always, always, always drug-fueled.
:lol: This is sooooooo funny. But the sad part is some people actually do seem to really believe some of these things :sad:

BlakeorHenman
06-05-2006, 06:14 AM
The best way to tell if a tennis player is doping is to look at his balls... i think the player with the smallest balls is Kiefer, so I think he is doping...

Come on... you know his twins are tiny.......

dkw
06-05-2006, 09:43 AM
No you have to look at the size of their butt and James' is so disproportionably bigger than his body it OBVIOUS he's a doper :D