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2012-10-31 07:13:48 PM
He'll keep getting this kind of treatment until he can finally, publicly, nut-up and admit his wrongdoing.
 
2012-10-31 07:16:54 PM
Hey, it was either Lance or bin Laden, and bin Laden was so 2011
 
2012-10-31 07:18:06 PM

BKITU: He'll keep getting this kind of treatment until he can finally, publicly, nut-up and admit his wrongdoing.


It would take serious balls to admit your mistakes like that.
 
2012-10-31 07:19:33 PM
Shouldn't the British be boiling him instead ?
 
2012-10-31 07:22:21 PM
Goodness, gracious, great ball of fire!
 
2012-10-31 07:23:11 PM
The English loves to burn their effigies. Don't mind them.

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2012-10-31 07:23:48 PM
People keep kicking him in the ball.
 
2012-10-31 07:26:38 PM
I'm getting so sick of this. If I knew how to organise a bike race, I would be looking at running the Armstrong races. Maybe get Pfizer or Glaxo as sponsors and use a slogan like "Be the best person you can be with the help of technology" There are enough disgraced athletes around here to run the bogan games. A few people think that athletes should be of high moral standards yet how much money does the WWF or whatever its called now take in from people who just don't care?
 
2012-10-31 07:28:44 PM

DON.MAC: I'm getting so sick of this. If I knew how to organise a bike race, I would be looking at running the Armstrong races. Maybe get Pfizer or Glaxo as sponsors and use a slogan like "Be the best person you can be with the help of technology" There are enough disgraced athletes around here to run the bogan games. A few people think that athletes should be of high moral standards yet how much money does the WWF or whatever its called now take in from people who just don't care?


Huh, so like a Steroid Olympics where you know everyone is juicing in some way, you just want to see who is juicing most effectively.

I like it
 
2012-10-31 07:52:32 PM
If Mr. Armstrong cared about being widely beloved, perhaps he should have refrained from cheating.
 
2012-10-31 08:03:08 PM
They should cover him in Boy Scout emblems first.
 
2012-10-31 08:05:25 PM
That's nutty.
 
2012-10-31 08:34:57 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: That's nutty.


You're half right.
 
2012-10-31 08:41:12 PM
All these recycled Armstrong puns are sad!
 
2012-10-31 08:58:27 PM
won't somebody think of the poor, lying, cheating, coercing lance armstrong!
 
2012-10-31 09:03:13 PM
My heart weeps.

/tiny violin
 
2012-10-31 09:18:54 PM
Last I heard, he was down to his last $100 million, all earned from cheating. We all knew he was cheating, at least as the stories started and built up to a level that even the Tour and the US ADA couldn't ignore. And even then, they waited until he had retired before revealing what everybody knew.

FU Nike.

I'd love to ask the employees at my local sub-office of the USPS what they think about him. All the Lance posters are gone. It used to have five office employees, now it has four. The survivors are great, not at all what you think of when you think of stereotypical clock-punchers. They've told me I am paying too much for shipping (not recommending another service) and how to lower it by altering the box size or using flat rate vs. non-flat rate. They've taped parcels that looked a bit likely to fall apart, at no cost.

Now when I go there, there is a death pall lingering. Due to cost cuts, I think the remaining four workers will lose their jobs. I will be forced to go to the other, bigger post office here. It can cost up to $40 to park near there. No winning champions in sight, here.

I have never understood why a government entity like the USPS needed to sponsor a random athlete like Lance and his team for millions of dollars. What does that have to do with my mailing choices?
 
2012-10-31 09:39:10 PM

ElizaDoolittle: local sub-office of the USPS


USPS is on my shiatlist - I shipped a used shredder to my Dad last week and didn't get insurance because it was only worth 50 bucks, and they ran over the box with a truck. The box had a tire pattern on it. Then they delivered it.

Way to go, USPS. Instead of getting insurance next time, I'll just avoid you altogether.
 
2012-10-31 09:46:53 PM

ElizaDoolittle: I have never understood why a government entity like the USPS needed to sponsor a random athlete like Lance and his team for millions of dollars. What does that have to do with my mailing choices?


Because We Deliver For YOU! © Or something. What is truly sad is that the foundation will most likely lose all donors. Everybody loses.
 
2012-10-31 09:56:39 PM

Lsherm: USPS is on my shiatlist - I shipped a used shredder to my Dad last week and didn't get insurance because it was only worth 50 bucks, and they ran over the box with a truck. The box had a tire pattern on it. Then they delivered it.


You can take comfort in knowing they had to replace a shredded tire.
 
2012-10-31 10:05:13 PM

CruiserTwelve: Lsherm: USPS is on my shiatlist - I shipped a used shredder to my Dad last week and didn't get insurance because it was only worth 50 bucks, and they ran over the box with a truck. The box had a tire pattern on it. Then they delivered it.

You can take comfort in knowing they had to replace a shredded tire.


If I had Paul Shaffer and the band nearby, I'd kick you the hell out of the studio ;)
 
2012-10-31 10:15:55 PM
South Park is skewering him right now on Comedy Central, but I don't know if it's a new episode. It's farking hilarious either way.
 
2012-10-31 11:01:17 PM
TESTICLE!!
 
2012-10-31 11:54:12 PM
is there a better time to kick someone?
 
2012-11-01 12:46:21 AM
The whole goddamn sport is full of cheaters, and yet its him they single out.
I never understood that.
 
2012-11-01 01:55:41 AM

SilentStrider: The whole goddamn sport is full of cheaters, and yet its him they single out.
I never understood that.


Everyone hates the guy their girlfriend wants to screw. And when he's so freaking sterling, starting cancer survivor charities and being that clean cut all american nice guy, it's a hate you keep bottled up, repress forever and for always. But when it turns out he's NOT that clean, it can all come out.

And here we are.
 
2012-11-01 02:19:57 AM

unlikely: SilentStrider: The whole goddamn sport is full of cheaters, and yet its him they single out.
I never understood that.

Everyone hates the guy their girlfriend wants to screw. And when he's so freaking sterling, starting cancer survivor charities and being that clean cut all american nice guy, it's a hate you keep bottled up, repress forever and for always. But when it turns out he's NOT that clean, it can all come out.

And here we are.


What a sad view of the world. I honestly feel sorry for you.
 
2012-11-01 03:05:24 AM
Hey, any town that burned Russell Brand in effigy is a pretty goddamn cool town. A town I'd like to visit. Perhaps even spend my golden years there. They are haters on a scale never before seen in recorded history, and I would be honored to spend my days hating with them.
 
2012-11-01 03:24:22 AM

Lsherm: South Park is skewering him right now on Comedy Central, but I don't know if it's a new episode. It's farking hilarious either way.


Just caught this.........kinda surprised there wasn't a thread on this here, since several episodes have received them in the past.........this was was farking epic!!!!
 
2012-11-01 03:31:53 AM

ceebeecates4: What a sad view of the world. I honestly feel sorry for you.


I'm sadder for you if you think I'm somehow naive for this. Look at Tiger Woods, look at Shoeless Joe Jackson, look at how John Lennon's "more popular than Jesus" comment touched off an inferno of hate in the south.

People burst with ecstasy when they get to tear a hero apart. It's a dozen times more ecstatic when they can feel like they're justified in doing it.

Keep your eye on Tim Tebow if you want to watch it happen again.
 
2012-11-01 03:48:12 AM

Cubansaltyballs: Hey, any town that burned Russell Brand in effigy is a pretty goddamn cool town. A town I'd like to visit. Perhaps even spend my golden years there. They are haters on a scale never before seen in recorded history, and I would be honored to spend my days hating with them.


It's nothing special. It's Bonfire Night. They happen to like to dress up the guy as someone for a laugh. Mind you, I would like to be in on the discussion when choosing who to burn.
 
2012-11-01 06:35:23 AM
He brought it all on himself.
 
2012-11-01 07:29:23 AM
He should dress up in a bear costume and then punch a woman in the face
 
2012-11-01 07:56:12 AM

Lsherm: Way to go, USPS. Instead of getting insurance next time, I'll just avoid you altogether.


Their on my shiat list too.

I had them run over a Harmony remote I had shipped to get a button replaced. Tire marks across the box with the outline of the remote pressed into the cardboard.

Was pissed I lost $100 on that one. 

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2012-11-01 08:16:41 AM
Well, ain't that a kick in the nut.

/I'm really having a ball with these jokes
 
2012-11-01 08:22:48 AM

xanadian: Well, ain't that a kick in the nut.

/I'm really having a ball with these jokes


I'll guess I'll have to join in with you. I'd hate to leave you hanging all by yourself.
 
2012-11-01 08:24:11 AM

Lsherm: ElizaDoolittle: local sub-office of the USPS

USPS is on my shiatlist - I shipped a used shredder to my Dad last week and didn't get insurance because it was only worth 50 bucks, and they ran over the box with a truck. The box had a tire pattern on it. Then they delivered it.

Way to go, USPS. Instead of getting insurance next time, I'll just avoid you altogether.


It could have been worse. They could have run over your father.
 
2012-11-01 08:37:51 AM

unlikely: ceebeecates4: What a sad view of the world. I honestly feel sorry for you.

I'm sadder for you if you think I'm somehow naive for this. Look at Tiger Woods, look at Shoeless Joe Jackson, look at how John Lennon's "more popular than Jesus" comment touched off an inferno of hate in the south.

People burst with ecstasy when they get to tear a hero apart. It's a dozen times more ecstatic when they can feel like they're justified in doing it.

Keep your eye on Tim Tebow if you want to watch it happen again.


Brett Favre ring a bell?
 
2012-11-01 08:42:41 AM

ElizaDoolittle: Last I heard, he was down to his last $100 million, all earned from cheating. We all knew he was cheating, at least as the stories started and built up to a level that even the Tour and the US ADA couldn't ignore. And even then, they waited until he had retired before revealing what everybody knew.

FU Nike.

I'd love to ask the employees at my local sub-office of the USPS what they think about him. All the Lance posters are gone. It used to have five office employees, now it has four. The survivors are great, not at all what you think of when you think of stereotypical clock-punchers. They've told me I am paying too much for shipping (not recommending another service) and how to lower it by altering the box size or using flat rate vs. non-flat rate. They've taped parcels that looked a bit likely to fall apart, at no cost.

Now when I go there, there is a death pall lingering. Due to cost cuts, I think the remaining four workers will lose their jobs. I will be forced to go to the other, bigger post office here. It can cost up to $40 to park near there. No winning champions in sight, here.

I have never understood why a government entity like the USPS needed to sponsor a random athlete like Lance and his team for millions of dollars. What does that have to do with my mailing choices?


TOU F*CKING CHE!!!!

agree fully. Like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his National Guard sponsorship. Really? REALLY?
 
2012-11-01 08:47:24 AM
Hey, is there where I point out that perceived members of a demographic I oppose have been known to burn effigies of a political figure I favor?
 
2012-11-01 08:49:39 AM
Damn. Strike "there", replace with "this".
 
2012-11-01 09:17:13 AM
Sometimes when I think of bicycle races I get so angry.
 
2012-11-01 09:18:34 AM

SilentStrider: The whole goddamn sport is full of cheaters, and yet its him they single out.
I never understood that.


Yup, no one else had their titles stripped from them. Only Lance. No one else had their money that they got via illegal means taken away. Only Lance. Keep believing whatever you want to believe so he can be a martyr for you.
 
2012-11-01 09:26:11 AM

theurge14: Sometimes when I think of bicycle races I get so angry.


Whoa, whoa, don't get teste.
 
2012-11-01 09:38:09 AM

BKITU: He'll keep getting this kind of treatment until he can finally, publicly, nut-up and admit his wrongdoing.


...there's no incentive to do so now. He's not getting his championships back, he's no longer involved with Livestrong, and even if he does admit it, people are still gonna do this crap. Plus if he does admit it, the feds will be all over him for perjury charges. So, again, why admit it?
 
2012-11-01 09:43:21 AM
Nothing is "happening to him." He's not "down," nor is he "facing tough times" or "going through a rough patch." Everything that is happening to him now is a direct result of decisions he made.
 
2012-11-01 09:59:29 AM
God, all this negative attention must be driving him nut
 
2012-11-01 10:10:56 AM
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2012-11-01 10:37:27 AM
 
2012-11-01 10:44:58 AM

SilentStrider: The whole goddamn sport is full of cheaters, and yet its him they single out.
I never understood that.


I'll explain it. You would not know the sport is full of cheaters had the other ones not been singled out previously so we're just getting caught up. I don't mind if they have an amnesty now - but it wouldn't have sat right with me to have the guy who gained the most be the guy who got off scot-free. Especially since it appears he was the biggest cheater of them all. Oh, and how is it he hasn't been sucker-punched yet? Say what you will about the money and yellow shirts - don't care if he keeps them. But I'm a bit shocked he doesn't have a couple black eyes from the whole sending threatening text messages to women. Really Lance? Weak sauce my man. Weak sauce.
 
2012-11-01 10:54:42 AM
I wonder what scause they'll take on next?
 
2012-11-01 11:00:54 AM

IlGreven: BKITU: He'll keep getting this kind of treatment until he can finally, publicly, nut-up and admit his wrongdoing.

...there's no incentive to do so now. He's not getting his championships back, he's no longer involved with Livestrong, and even if he does admit it, people are still gonna do this crap. Plus if he does admit it, the feds will be all over him for perjury charges. So, again, why admit it?



Was he under federal investigation? The US anti-doping association is a private group. Still....

If it were me.... "I've never failed a test. Not once. and believe me I was tested. I don't know how else to prove I wasn't doing something. They don't believe my words or the tests. Don't you think if there failed drug tests or videos/pictures of me doping they'd be all over the internet by now? What's done is done. and it won't ever be undone. I've tried fighting this as much as I can. It's my word against theirs. I'm moving on with my life and hope they can too.

My only hope is that this doesn't affect the progress and goals of the Livestrong foundation. They are the real heros and they don't deserve to dragged down by whatever people want to say about me. Call me a liar and cheat; that's fine. But please..don't take it out your anger towards me on the foundation. Thanks, and God bless."
 
2012-11-01 11:02:19 AM
Im sure he is crying on his giant pile of money. They may as well just scrap cycling. From what it seems if they banned everyone that cheated it would probably be just one guy out there. Too bad their testing sucked so much.
 
2012-11-01 11:11:55 AM

KFBR392: If it were me.... "I've never failed a test. Not once. and believe me I was tested. I don't know how else to prove I wasn't doing something. They don't believe my words or the tests. Don't you think if there failed drug tests or videos/pictures of me doping they'd be all over the internet by now? What's done is done. and it won't ever be undone. I've tried fighting this as much as I can. It's my word against theirs. I'm moving on with my life and hope they can too.

My only hope is that this doesn't affect the progress and goals of the Livestrong foundation. They are the real heros and they don't deserve to dragged down by whatever people want to say about me. Call me a liar and cheat; that's fine. But please..don't take it out your anger towards me on the foundation. Thanks, and God bless."


That's exactly what he's done. And the problem with it is that yes, he did fail tests. Many of them, in fact. But people keep looking at Armstrong as though he's the only one telling the truth and like dozens of people who knew him all randomly decided one day to lie in order to make him look bad and take stuff away from him, with little to no benefit for themselves. Because that makes sense. The money to the UCI was just a nice gift for their good work in keeping the sport clean! The positive tests were ALL tainted by lab people out to get him! All his former teammates and everyone he worked with are all lying because they're jealous!

It's either the greatest conspiracy in the world, networking hundreds of people who have never met each other, involving sophisticated lying on lab tests, and Armstrong went from not being able to win anything to "best cyclist in the world" because he overcame cancer, beating lots of people who were beating him before AND doping, the ONLY person on the team who wasn't cheating was the one who won all the races, etc.

...or he was doping.

I'm gonna invoke Occam's razor here and say that anyone with more than two functioning brain cells knows he was doping and wouldn't believe a single thing he says. Hell, he's even admitting that he doped when he can't bring himself to actually say "I never doped" - he always says "I never failed a test."
 
2012-11-01 11:24:56 AM
RE: sponsorships

I never really got the USPS thing, but the Army/National Guard with NASCAR makes sense if you've ever been to a race. They have recruiters there, they have shiat plastered everywhere and the NG with the most popular driver has hats/shirts/etc. all over the place. Remember that the average enlisted man isn't going Army or NG because he has a lot of options (yes I know there are exceptions) but seriously I've seen 18 year old kids sign up right outside the track. It's a reason for thousands of potential recruits to be ~20 feet from a place to sign up, they don't get that exposure alot. Sure everyone knows the Army exists, but who knows off the top of their head where the closest recruiting office is?
 
2012-11-01 11:28:20 AM

IAmRight: I'm gonna invoke Occam's razor here and say that anyone with more than two functioning brain cells knows he was doping and wouldn't believe a single thing he says. Hell, he's even admitting that he doped when he can't bring himself to actually say "I never doped" - he always says "I never failed a test."


Funny thing to me is people give Bonds a pass on this same shiat because the very particular brand/type of steroid he was using wasn't banned. Which is pretty much the same thing. "I was good at breaking the rules so the rules shouldn't apply to me" Figuring out loopholes doesn't mean you still aren't violating the spirit of the rules.
 
2012-11-01 11:40:48 AM

DoBeDoBeDo: Funny thing to me is people give Bonds a pass on this same shiat


Oh yeah, because lots of people have defended Bonds. What alternate dimension do you live in?
 
2012-11-01 11:42:55 AM

IAmRight: That's exactly what he's done. And the problem with it is that yes, he did fail tests. Many of them, in fact. But people keep looking at Armstrong as though he's the only one telling the truth and like dozens of people who knew him all randomly decided one day to lie in order to make him look bad and take stuff away from him, with little to no benefit for themselves. Because that makes sense. The money to the UCI was just a nice gift for their good work in keeping the sport clean! The positive tests were ALL tainted by lab people out to get him! All his former teammates and everyone he worked with are all lying because they're jealous!


That's what I don't get. The legions of steadfast supporters who persist in the face of all common sense that it's a witchhunt. That's hardly an uncommon phenomenon in America where we love our heroes. But why for this guy in particular? I mean if we were talking about Dale Murphy I might get it. If we were talking about, say, Tim Tebow. I might get it. But this guy is by all accounts the mother of all alpha-dog big-timing freeze-out pricks.
 
2012-11-01 11:54:30 AM

DoBeDoBeDo: I never really got the USPS thing, but the Army/National Guard with NASCAR makes sense if you've ever been to a race. They have recruiters there, they have shiat plastered everywhere and the NG with the most popular driver has hats/shirts/etc. all over the place. Remember that the average enlisted man isn't going Army or NG because he has a lot of options (yes I know there are exceptions) but seriously I've seen 18 year old kids sign up right outside the track. It's a reason for thousands of potential recruits to be ~20 feet from a place to sign up, they don't get that exposure alot. Sure everyone knows the Army exists, but who knows off the top of their head where the closest recruiting office is?


And you think the typical NASCAR fan that age narrowed down military service as an after high school option, along with "gas station attendant," "janitor," or their safety school "get a job at the same place Daddy's likely gonna die?"
 
2012-11-01 11:55:11 AM

EyeballKid: And you think the typical NASCAR fan that age hasn't alreadynarrowed down military service as an after high school option, along with "gas station attendant," "janitor," or their safety school "get a job at the same place Daddy's likely gonna die?"


ftfm
 
2012-11-01 12:40:50 PM

IAmRight: KFBR392: If it were me.... "I've never failed a test. Not once. and believe me I was tested. I don't know how else to prove I wasn't doing something. They don't believe my words or the tests. Don't you think if there failed drug tests or videos/pictures of me doping they'd be all over the internet by now? What's done is done. and it won't ever be undone. I've tried fighting this as much as I can. It's my word against theirs. I'm moving on with my life and hope they can too.

My only hope is that this doesn't affect the progress and goals of the Livestrong foundation. They are the real heros and they don't deserve to dragged down by whatever people want to say about me. Call me a liar and cheat; that's fine. But please..don't take it out your anger towards me on the foundation. Thanks, and God bless."

That's exactly what he's done. And the problem with it is that yes, he did fail tests. Many of them, in fact. But people keep looking at Armstrong as though he's the only one telling the truth and like dozens of people who knew him all randomly decided one day to lie in order to make him look bad and take stuff away from him, with little to no benefit for themselves. Because that makes sense. The money to the UCI was just a nice gift for their good work in keeping the sport clean! The positive tests were ALL tainted by lab people out to get him! All his former teammates and everyone he worked with are all lying because they're jealous!

It's either the greatest conspiracy in the world, networking hundreds of people who have never met each other, involving sophisticated lying on lab tests, and Armstrong went from not being able to win anything to "best cyclist in the world" because he overcame cancer, beating lots of people who were beating him before AND doping, the ONLY person on the team who wasn't cheating was the one who won all the races, etc.

...or he was doping.

I'm gonna invoke Occam's razor here and say that anyone with more than two functioning br ...



I've always maintained that he was doping. From A-rod to Roger Clemens, to Bonds...allegations like that are never randomly thrown out. We've never heard even a whisper about mariano Rivera, Joe montana, or michael jordan. So when multiple people said lance was doping, I was like, "yeah...I believe it."

My post was about what I'd do to save face. After that Speech I'd just up and disappear. Like Thailand or Tahiti...just disappear for like a 6 months to year. Just let it all blow over...In a year...no one will care. They'll be into their next big scandal, news story or whatever.
 
2012-11-01 01:32:01 PM

IAmRight: DoBeDoBeDo: Funny thing to me is people give Bonds a pass on this same shiat

Oh yeah, because lots of people have defended Bonds. What alternate dimension do you live in?


TONS of people defended Bonds, we had an office in San Fran at the time, and all I heard was "the stuff he did WASN'T illegal at the time!"

Armstrong is ripped off all his wins but will MLB ever strip Bonds of his records? That's enough defense by being passive on the matter that's needed.
 
2012-11-01 01:35:01 PM

EyeballKid: EyeballKid: And you think the typical NASCAR fan that age hasn't alreadynarrowed down military service as an after high school option, along with "gas station attendant," "janitor," or their safety school "get a job at the same place Daddy's likely gonna die?"

ftfm


Again the branches are competing for the same pool, and a lot of rural places don't have local recruiting offices. Hell even "America's Army" the game was a positive recruitment tool.

Link
 
2012-11-01 01:39:38 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: TONS of people defended Bonds, we had an office in San Fran at the time, and all I heard was "the stuff he did WASN'T illegal at the time!"


Yeah, so you lived in the only place in the world that had a significant portion of Bonds defenders. Meanwhile, the rest of the world was demanding that he have asterisks put on everything and was lambasting him.

MLB didn't have rules against using what he was using at the time. Cycling did have rules against using what Armstrong was using. Not analogous.

/and people have been way harder on Bonds than they have been with Armstrong.
 
2012-11-01 01:44:31 PM

IAmRight: DoBeDoBeDo: TONS of people defended Bonds, we had an office in San Fran at the time, and all I heard was "the stuff he did WASN'T illegal at the time!"

Yeah, so you lived in the only place in the world that had a significant portion of Bonds defenders. Meanwhile, the rest of the world was demanding that he have asterisks put on everything and was lambasting him.

.


Didn't live there just dealt with people from there. And there were Defenders in the DC area as well.

Only because the MLBPA wanted specifics listed in the rules, so the players could find loopholes. That "technicality" talk is bullshiat, just like "technically" there is no evidence Armstrong was doping. He DID pass every test.
 
2012-11-01 01:46:59 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: That "technicality" talk is bullshiat, just like "technically" there is no evidence Armstrong was doping. He DID pass every test.


Nah, B samples testing positive is pretty good evidence.
 
2012-11-01 05:03:00 PM
Europeans just CAN NOT get over the fact that the best guy at their dumb little bicycle race was an American...
 
2012-11-01 05:45:25 PM

JasonThomasX: Europeans just CAN NOT get over the fact that the best guy at their dumb little bicycle race was an American...


So they somehow convinced an American investigator to lead a witch hunt for an American doping agency and dig up a bunch of American witnesses. You sound smart - was there even one single hostile European witness cited in the report? I'm just wondering.
 
2012-11-01 06:48:48 PM
Wonder what's next.........a hunt for Lance himself while carrying torches?
 
2012-11-01 07:11:46 PM

JohnBigBootay: JasonThomasX: Europeans just CAN NOT get over the fact that the best guy at their dumb little bicycle race was an American...

So they somehow convinced an American investigator to lead a witch hunt for an American doping agency and dig up a bunch of American witnesses. You sound smart - was there even one single hostile European witness cited in the report? I'm just wondering.


Shut the fark up
 
2012-11-01 09:19:45 PM

JasonThomasX: JohnBigBootay: JasonThomasX: Europeans just CAN NOT get over the fact that the best guy at their dumb little bicycle race was an American...

So they somehow convinced an American investigator to lead a witch hunt for an American doping agency and dig up a bunch of American witnesses. You sound smart - was there even one single hostile European witness cited in the report? I'm just wondering.

Shut the fark up


This should be fun and entertaining for everyone.. NO.

/ITG of the day for you.
 
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