more on steroids and major league a-holes

the giambi brothers seem not to be able to get their head out of their individual asses. the less talented of the giambi brothers, jeremy giambi, admitted recently to doing steroids. of course, no one is really interested in what a lifetime .263 hitter does to enhance his performance. so instead the ap story asks jeremy about what he thought his brother jason was apologizing for in his now infamous
apology about nothing in particular. his quote:
If you don't know what he's apologizing for, you must've been in a coma for two years.
now i wasn't there when he said it, but the quote seems to insinuate that we're being the a-holes for making jason giambi admit his mistakes. of course we know that giambi is apologizing for steroids. what we don't know if giambi knows that he's apologizing for steroids. this "poor-me" attitude is reflected in a recent peter gammons column. in the column, gammons quotes jason giambi as saying
I guess I'm at the point where I don't trust anyone, and I never thought I'd be that way.
again, we see this "i'm the victim" attitude here. hey jason, if there's anyone out there who we shouldn't trust, it's you, you big douchebag and your a-hole brother. your parents should be ashamed for raising such shitty kids.

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