Hmmm, if I remember correctly this was the infamous "it came from my partner's sperm" case, do I have that right? I guess we are to believe that it wasn't a valid excuse regardless.
Anything is possible I guess. Having the time to research all possible excuses could lead to "contaminated" beef. Let's say for argument that it's true, guess you can't eat or drink anything unless you grow it yourself
She states that she remembers buying a package of extra lean ground beef, approximately 1 lb., at
the Target store near her home in Albany, California (near Berkeley). Her normal practice is to
do grocery shopping on the weekend to obtain food for the week.
LOL incoming lawsuit against Target.
I guess these are the threads I remembered reading a while back. Either way, after reading the report, I suppose she won't be shopping for her groceries at Target anymore. I just hate the constant 'blame everyone else but me' approach to these things, but I hear it all day long as a high school teacher so I may be biased about wanting people to assume a little responsibility once in a while.
If you read the pdf, there were 7 or 8 other cases that tried to use that argument and failed as well.Let's say for argument that it's true, guess you can't eat or drink anything unless you grow it yourself
Other athletes have used it on positive tests regardless though in years back (buddy mentioned a football player about a decade ago or so).