Thriving In The Age Of Fraudulence By Stanley Bing

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Some may argue that there is a winning side to all this corruption and fraud that is occurring in sports today. Stanley Bing, author for Forbes Magazine, states in his article, "Thriving in the Age of Fraudulence," that there are several benefits of cheating and fraud. Bing says these type of people, "seem to be doing very, very well" (Bing, 112), and that is actually correct. Athletes who use illegal banned substances tend to be winning every medal they compete for. These type of athletes, "Run Faster. Jump higher" (Bing), which lets them do whatever they want. The athlete is getting all forms of recognition from the fans and earning more than he would be if he was an honest player. Not only is the player doing, "very well," but also many
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