Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Game Theory

Based on his quick admission of guilt, I suggest whomever is responsible for handing out Kohl's suspension reduce it immediately to 1 year, with time served from his last race.

If he gets the full 2 years or is left in limbo for any length of time, then other riders who get caught doping have no reason to confess. Rather, the systemic incentive will be to follow the Flandis model of fighting until the bitter end.

Of course if Teh Man was really serious about fighting Doping they'd have hired Blade to do the testing.

Here's a clip of Blade taking care of some guys who tried to skip the dope control at the Cascade Twilight Crit last year


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