Did you seriously just say that my humor is on par with people who find suicide funny?
You're taking this way too seriously. Your 'facts' are nothing but speculation. Moving on. One of your 'facts' is literally just saying that there have been rumors.
No I did not say that your humour is on par with people finding suicide funny, I merely made the observation that your sense of humour is diametrically opposed to my own, and gave an example of an extreme of so called humour. Your post seemed to be quite mocking. I dislike being mocked over things that are important to me. Do you?
The definition of a fact is "a thing that is known to be true". Hence the statement that there have been rumours regarding Nadal's possible involvement in doping on the internet, is by definition a fact. I cited it to show that some people outside of this forum are also questioning Nadal's relationship with drugs.
If I think you come over as a bit of a pratt, that doesn't mean you are one. If lots of other people also think you are a bit of a pratt, it still doesn't mean you are one, but it makes it more likely. The probability of you being a pratt increases.
Precisely how are any of the statements numbered 1-8 in that post speculation?
The Lance Armstrong debacle was incredibly damaging to cycling as a sport. Personally I would prefer that not to happen to tennis. Regrettably I think that it is almost inevitable that it is going to.
You may think I am taking this too seriously, I do not. In both cases it is opinion, as opposed to fact. Does that help you understand the difference?
I rather think I am wasting my time, trying to have a rational discussion with you on this topic, so shall we agree to disagree?