Michael Vick, Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, and other high- profile athletes have been entangled in very serious legal problems. Disgraced cyclist, Lance Armstrong, has admitted to persistent cheating. Many major league baseball players have been linked to steroid use. Should you refuse to watch these tarnished athletes and refuse to buy products they endorse? Explain.
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