Sunday, October 7, 2007

The Fastest Woman on Steroids

Will you look at this niggerette? You all know her, right? Marion Jones, the fastest woman on earth (more like the fastest woman on steroids). This story kind of makes me sad. The true is I don’t even know what to say about this subject. It sounds as if her whole career was based on denial and lies. So my question is, why now? Why after all these years of lying? Why after all her money, and we are talking millions of dollars, is gone? Why after all this time does she choose to come forth, tell the truth and face felony charges of perjury? It doesn’t make since to me.
I feel like Charlie Brown, in that scene from A Charlie Brown Christmas, where he stands out in the center of the field and yells “Does anyone know what Christmas is all about?” Does anyone know what lurks in the mind of famous, rich, Niggers? What next? Will we find out that Oprah is on crack?
Seriously, my mind is befuddled. I’m trying to understand what made her come forth. Don’t get me wrong, although what she did to get where she landed was a bad thing; her coming forth and admitted that she’d lied and that all her Olympic wins were due to performance enhancing drugs is most definitely a good thing. I just need to know why? What touched her soul? What made her conscious condemn her after all this time? Has she found God, Buddha, or whatever higher being that she believes in?
Okay, dear readers…I know this hasn’t been to most cogent posting that I have ever brought to you, since I developed this blog; but sometime a brother is just looking for answers. I wish I could just be a fly on the wall so I could witness some of the decision making choices our more prominent brothers and sisters use that send them from rags to riches back to a beginning that is even more humble than where that started. I mean, seriously. Doesn’t the thought of it just make you just a tad bit sad? Why does it seem that we are always taking steps backwards? Are we really that self destructive?
C’mon now….I refuse to believe this is just…..
One Man’s Opinion. Peace.

15 comments:

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

they always find god ex post facto. nice site glad to see another brothr in cyberville puttin' it down

Brotha Buck said...

I feel very sorry for her. Sad. I still think she's a great athlete, steroids or not.

Page Black said...

I have to admit I too was saddened by this story. What happened to steroids being the 'white' sports drug? How is it now our brothers and sisters have gotten caught up in this mess? Why come forward now, you ask? I can only imagine that the guilt of lying must have gotten harder to deal with each passing year and carrying that burden ultimately brought her to confession. Still sad nonetheless.

Page Black said...

Great site by the way. I will definitely be keeping up. Definitely a good look!

life said...

I know she wanted to walk away in shame.

my name is... said...

damn...i love mj.
she didn't know what she was taking!

it was the man that did it.
haha

dc_speaks said...

i was saddened at the fact that she used them. She really didn't need to do it at all.

she was smashing folks for years previous to the olympic circuit. I won't beat up on her too much because I was a tracklete as well.

I agree with brotha buck all the way

HisLoveCoversMe said...

I have to agree with brotha buck. But one has to wonder why she revealed the use of steroids now. Maybe she was going to be exposed. Whatever the case, "She's a great athlete." I don't believe it was all steroids. I'm still a fan.

Mr. Jones said...

Not niggerette tho. lmaooooo

Don said...

Marion Jones may regret it now but for the chance to realize her track n field dreams, I think if given the decision of whether she would do it all over again - she'd say yes in a heartbeat.

Guilt only shows she's human. I still have love for her.

One Man’s Opinion said...

I love all the comments on this issue. I hope no one thought I was judging Mrs. Jones. The posting truly made me sad. I just wondered why, after suing people for lying and accusing her of the usage of Steroids. Why, after it was all over she decided to come clean, sort of speak. I'm actually proud of her for having the nerve to do os, because I would have took it with me to my grave. I hate to agree with "My name is", but a lot probably could be placed on the shoulder of some man. It is amazing what women will do for the right or wrong man. For 27 years my little sister never smoked, she mets this one jerk, who smokes and now she is doing it too. C'mon, who picks up such a disgusting habit at the age of 27? Anyway, thanks for all of the comments. Keep your head to the skies and try always look over your shoulder, because one day you might be walking down the street, do something foolish, only to hear someone say, look at that nigger. LOL

LoveMyselfFirst said...

i know that it's so easy to follow the crowd.. and i know that she's not the only who was doing steroids.. unfortunately, black people never seem to learn that we will always be singled out and castigated before anyone else.. so it's best to err on the side of caution and just do the right thing from the beginning. so sad

David said...

I think the reason Marion Jones came clean now is because the feds had evidence that could have put her in jail for a long time, so she cut a deal.

I always liked her. I thought she had a lot of class, still do. I believe she just got caught up in the same trap almost all professional athletes fall into now. If you want to compete at that level you almost have to take the juice or something.

On a level playing field she would have probably still won but she knew that wasn't the case. All this seems to have started when big money entered into sports. So today if you're a no-name and you cheat and get caught you've lost very little but if you win and don't get caught people practically throw money at you, very tempting.

Just my opinion of course. I like your blog, it's very thought provoking. I hope you don't mind me checking it out. If you do say the word, I'm not here to ruin your blog. For the record I am white, a cracker, a redneck and a few other words in your list on your previous post but mostly I'm just me. :)

One Man’s Opinion said...

I appreciate you imput, David. All races and sexes are welcome to my home. It is just a name not a mentality. You can give you insight as well. Please come back. Join the fun.

Anonymous said...

Well... that's interessting but frankly i have a hard time seeing it... wonder what others have to say..