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(Sports on Earth)   Editor in chief of "Bicycling" magazine chose to ignore Lance Armstrong doping allegations because it would have been bad for business. After all, makers of helmets, sunglasses, $400 bike shorts, and $15,000 road bikes paid his staff's salaries   ( sportsonearth.com) divider line
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2012-10-21 04:21:38 AM  
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Still not caring... But wanted you all to know.

/still got both my nuts
2012-10-20 11:07:01 PM  
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I still think Lance is the USPS's savior. Think about it, he is the prototype roided mail carrier on bike! Able to cover ground much more quickly than non roided carriers, no need for jeeps, just ten speeds. Only problem I can imagine is that they would probably kill a lot of innocent pit bulls just to blow off steam, and well, each other of course but what's new. You guys should write me in when you vote, I have many more common sense solutions to society's problems.
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