Re: WWE wrestler Eddie Guerrero found dead
Chip, I'd argue that in general the goal involves both getting there and staying there. If you know you can't keep the 'roids going all the way to WWE stardom then it's probably a waste of your time and money. I sincerely doubt you'll find too many people who have the goal of being of short-term jobber.
As it stands right now, there's little chance of ever making a WWE main event unless you go on the juice. The industry standard currently has a chemical cocktail coursing through its veins. Change the industry standard and it takes away the belief that this is what you've got to do in order to live your dream.
And weren't you the guy who argued a while back that fans aren't really in uproar about steroids in baseball? I thought you were dead-on with that take. Fans flocked to parks in record numbers to see 'roid ball. Congress made an issue out of it because that's sometimes what Congress does.
All I'm saying is that if Congress really cares about the issue of steroids abuse in society, and it might not, then the WWE should look like a giant bug light to our elected officials.
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