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20,475. Remember what you said about cheating yourself? (GBH Films & Cheat & Poker) The Cincinnati Kid 1965 starring Edward G Robinson & Steve McQueen & Ann Margret & Tuesday Weld & Rip Torn & Karl Malden & Joan Blondell & Midge Ware & Jack Weston et al, director Norman Jewison, Melba
20,753. You start cheating, Paul, you end up thinking everyone else is cheating too. (GBH Films & Cheat) Robbery 1967 starring Stanley Baker & Joanna Pettet & James Booth & & Frank Finlay & Barry Foster & William Marlowe & Clinton Geryn & George Sewell & Glynn Edwards et al, director Peter Yates, her to him
24,690. Curzon always suspected you were a cheat. (Star Trek & Cheat) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Equilibrium s3e4, Dax to Sisko
56,736. Cheats never prosper. (Proverbs & Cheats) Early 19th century proverb
66,718. A thing worth having is a thing worth cheating for. W C Fields
96,741. Who cheats? Well, just about anyone, if the stakes are right. Steven D Levitt & Stephen J Dubner, Freakonomics
96,742. Cheating is a primordial economic act. ibid.
96,743. Sports and cheating go hand in hand. That’s because cheating is more common in the face of a bright-line incentive. (Cheat & Sports) ibid.
96,744. Smaller offices are more honest than big ones. (Cheat & Office) ibid.
66,720. Why would a teacher cheat for a kid on a test? ... Lots and lots of teachers were cheating. (Cheat & Teacher) Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner, Freakonomics, Sky Atlantic, caption; see also novel
66,721. Everyone’s got their own world compass that determines what they will and won’t do. (Cheat & Morality) ibid.
66,722. Where is a sport where you would not find cheating? I would have said Sumo Wrestling. (Cheat & Sport) ibid.
66,723. When stakes are high, and when there’s an incentive to cheat, a small percentage of people always will. ibid.
66,724. The realm of high finance and the world of Sumo both demonstrate that the illusion of purity can not only hide corruption it can help to make it possible. In Sumo when whistleblowers stepped forward to expose corruption they were not treated kindly. (Cheat & Sport & Whistleblower) ibid.
66,725. Two weeks before the press conference both men died in the same hospital, on the same day, from the same mysterious respiratory ailment. (Cheat & Sport & Whistleblower) ibid.
66,726. Another mysterious death haunted Sumo. This time it was a young Rikishi in training. (Cheat & Sport) ibid.
66,727. Despite clear evidence of brutality the police declared the young man died of natural causes. (Cheat & Sport) ibid.
66,728. The young boy had died at the hands of fellow wrestlers who were ordered by their stable master to punish the boy. (Cheat & Sport) ibid.
66,729. The New York Times for example will not use the word torture. (Cheat & Torture) ibid.
66,730. The only way to combat corruption says Stephen Levitt is to change rules to undo corrupt incentives. Unleash more investigative reporters and develop strong protections for whistleblowers. (Cheat & Corruption & Whistleblower) ibid.
66,731. What keeps us from seeing corruption are our illusions that our economy is a rational system, a free market open to all. (Cheat & Corruption) ibid.
66,732. The more people rationalize cheating, the more it becomes a culture of dishonesty. And that can become a vicious, downward cycle. Because suddenly, if everyone else is cheating, you feel a need to cheat, too. Stephen Covey
66,734. When I consider life, it is all a cheat. Yet fooled with hope, people favour this deceit. John Dryden
64,525. Say it ain’t so, Joe. (Baseball & Cheat) Plea attributed to boy as Jackson emerged from hearing into bribing of Chicago players 1919 World Series
17,544. Chicago in the early twentieth century was already one of the most corrupt cities in the United States. One classic example of this was the 1919 World Series Baseball, when a New York gangsta Arnold Rothstein bribed the Chicago White Sox to lose. Police and politicians all took bribes. (Gangstas & Mafia & Murder: Capone & Chicago & Baseball & Cheat & Bribery & Doping) The Story of Al Capone
64,529. Explosive Book Rocks Baseball: Steroid Firestorm: Who used performance drugs; how and where they did it; what they say about it now: Fury Over Conseco Revelations. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Daily News February 2005
64,530. Report to the Commissioner of Baseball of an Independent Investigation into the Illegal Use of Steroids and Other Performance Enhancing Substances by Players in Major League Baseball. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) George Mitchell, December 2007
64,560. Everybody that I know in the game of baseball uses the same stuff I use. (Baseball & Steroid & Cheat & Doping) Mark McGwire
89,790. The only reason I took steroids was for my health purposes. I did not take steroids to get any gain for any strength purposes. (Baseball & Steroids & Doping & Cheat) Mark McGwire
89,792. Performance-enhancing drugs are an illusion. I wish I had never gotten involved with steroids. It was wrong. It was stupid. (Baseball & Steroids & Doping & Cheat) Mark McGwire
89,794. The steroids I did were on a very, very low dosage. I didn’t want to take a lot of that. I didn’t want to look like Arnold Schwartzenegger or Lou Ferrigno. (Baseball & Steroids & Doping & Cheat) Mark McGwire
64,549. ‘No, he’s a gambler.’ Gatsby hesitated, then added cooly: ‘He’s the man who fixed the World Series back in 1919.’
‘Fixed the World Series?’ I repeated.
The idea staggered me. I remembered, of course, that the World Series had been fixed in 1919, but if I had thought of it at all I would have thought of it as something that merely happened, the end of an inevitable chain. It never occurred to me that one man could start to play with the faith of fifty million people – with the singlemindedness of a burglar blowing a safe. (Baseball & Gamble & Cheat & Fix & Doping & Cheating in Sport) F Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
66,733. Life is essentially a cheat and its conditions are those of defeat; the redeeming things are not happiness and pleasure but the deeper satisfactions that come out of struggle. (Cheat & Life’s Like That) F Scott Fitzgerald
64,682. Canseco and others had transformed their bodies by taking heavy doses of anabolic steroids. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Ken Burns, Baseball: The Tenth Inning I
64,683. Professional baseball players were free to take whatever they wanted. (Baseball & Steroids) ibid.
64,700. Steroid-inflated home run records had replaced day to day heroics. (Baseball & Steroid & Cheat & Doping) Ken Burns, Baseball: The Tenth Inning III
64,712. The game’s steroid problems hit the front pages and airwaves once again. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Ken Burns, Baseball: Tenth Inning IV
64,713. Bonds testified that he had taken steroids inadvertently. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
64,714. Bonds had become the symbol of the steroids era. Barry Bonds finished 2007 with 762 career home runs. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
64,715. Although 89 players were named, the most sensational section of the report was devoted to allegations of extensive doping by the most successful pitcher of the last fifteen years Roger Clemens. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
64,716. Some of the greatest stars in the game would also be exposed. (Baseball & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,081. I’ve just been handed a piece of paper here that if it’s right it’ll be the most dramatic story out of these Olympics or perhaps any others. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Desmond Lynum, BBC presenter, on Ben Johnson
84,082. Sooner or later your ability to succeed on natural talent runs out when you run against the chemical barrier. The question became do you take drugs and try to win, or do you content yourself with losing for ever by staying away from them? (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Charlie Francis, Ben Johnson’s coach
64,262. The urine sample of Ben Johnson, Canada, Athletics 100 metre, collected on Saturday 24th September 1988, was found to contain the metabolic of a banned substance namely Stanozolol. (Athletics & Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) Olympic doping committee televised announcement
84,083. In 1988 Ben Johnson failed a drug test at the Olympic games in Seoul. Just forty-eight hours earlier he had set a new world record in the 100m, won the gold medal and defeated his arch-rival Carl Lewis. In the years after Seoul six of the eight finalists have been implicated in some form of controversy involving performance-enhancing drugs. And Johnson has long believed he was the fall-guy in a sport where steroid use was endemic. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) The Race that Shocked the World, BBC 2012
84,084. 1984 Los Angeles: No athlete was going for greater glory than Carl Lewis. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,085. Not only had results gone missing, but there was now a new substance on the scene: it wasn’t detectable at all. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,086. Johnson needed to increase his speed endurance to compete with Lewis. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,087. The drugs took twenty-eight days to clear the body. And with no out-of-competition testing, avoiding a positive test required nothing more than looking at a calendar. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,088. Zurich 1986: for the first time in nine races Carl Lewis had been beaten by Ben Johnson. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,089. Rome 1987 World Championships: 9.83 seconds. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,090. Just four months before the Olympics Johnson pulled a hamstring. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,091. Four weeks before the Olympics Lewis and Johnson locked horns again in Zurich. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.
84,092. At the 1988 US Olympic trials Carl Lewis tested positive for three banned stimulants. This was not made public. (Olympics & Steroids & Cheat & Doping) ibid.