I liked that section because I'm pretty good with analogies. Roy Oswalt? Not so much:
Oswalt said he did not agree with the decision to include names in the Mitchell Report, saying that the findings were incomplete.
"There were 85 guys singled out, and there may be 300 [who actually used performance enhancing drugs]," he said. "You never know. You're only solving a third of it or a fourth of it. If five people get murdered and one confesses to it, you've still got four murders that nobody confessed to.
Unfortunately, the College Board people removed the analogies from the SAT section, which I feel only contributes to ignorance among our nation's youth. I mean, today, instead of losing points for unreasonably analogizing steroid use and murder, the next Roy Oswalt can gain points by writing an essay comparing and contrasting the evils perpetrated by Barry Bonds with those of John Wayne Gacy.