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Old 6th September 2012, 10:50 AM   #61
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I vote for a Tour de Dope.

(winner is the one with the highest steroid level, who still manages to stay on the bike)
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Old 6th September 2012, 11:06 AM   #62
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Really planned systemic doping and you think the 2012 TDF winner is clean .... ............... Yep systemic doping, every 170 yrs ...

On the one hand I never said anything about the 2012 TdF winner at all, on the other hand the '12 winner competed and won in the '12 Olympics as well (more testing) and he competed and won some in more races in 3 years than than Lance did during his whole TdF winning streak which would mean much more testing again. So in the final analysis the '12 winner is more likely to have been clean than Armstrong.

The point of your 'every 170 yrs' is a complete mystery if there actually is one.
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Old 10th October 2012, 05:22 PM   #63
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BUSTED:
http://www.usada.org/cyclinginvestigationstatement.html

The guys who are going to testify are the only ones with testicles.
It does not matter that doping was the culture of the day, DOPING IS CHEATING.

Cal: If your not guilty one fights tooth and nail to keep ones good name.

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Really planned systemic doping and you think the 2012 TDF winner is clean .... ............... Yep systemic doping, every 170 yrs ...
You do realise that Wiggins walked away from his contract with Cofidis because of the teams doping culture?
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Old 10th October 2012, 05:59 PM   #64
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Default Armstrong to sue 26 serial liars named in USADA dossier.

Texas-- Lance Armstrong's lawyers confirmed that they will be bringing a lawsuit against the 26 liars in a RICO suit.

"Lance is the only innocent one here," said Armstrong's lawyer, "All the mountains of fabricated evidence and the conspiracy of 26 serial liars have all ganged up on one innocent, sweet, lovable guy. Why? Book deals! You know, anyone can "write" a book and put it up on Amazon. Zabriske just wrote "50 Shades of Doping". He's probably making millions off my clients suffering".

The lawyer continued, "Mr. Armstrong passed every drug test he ever took. Even the 1 or 2 he failed. Just ask him."

Johan Bruyneel has reportedly not been answering any of Armstrong's calls,
tweets, emails or Likes. "It's as if the distance between Johan and Lance has
grown to be the circumference of France in a counterclockwise direction, including the Alpe d'huez." said the lawyer.
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Old 10th October 2012, 06:36 PM   #65
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It's entertainment. This whole thing is just a pile of nothing. What a waste of time and money.
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Old 10th October 2012, 08:39 PM   #66
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Yes, because you missed the point entirely , now be careful , they may come for your push-pull next ...
well, what's the point of this?
a few overweight Americans that didn't even know that cycling as a sport existed are his best defenders?
let me tel you what the point of this is: if I were him, I wouldn't give a rat's *** about this whole deal, REGARDLESS if I'd be innocent or not.
everyone giving this whole deal too much attention is absolutely pathetic and I don't expect you to understand why.
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well, what's the point of this?
a few overweight Americans that didn't even know that cycling as a sport existed are his best defenders?
let me tel you what the point of this is: if I were him, I wouldn't give a rat's *** about this whole deal, REGARDLESS if I'd be innocent or not.
everyone giving this whole deal too much attention is absolutely pathetic and I don't expect you to understand why.
Yeah, Drugstrong may keep his millions after all this. Cheating was worth it!!! Look at the ruler flat response on speakers...

However there is are other possible lawsuits and legal ramifications that may still happen to Drugstrong. Maybe he will turn into Asstrong with clenched butt cheeks if he does time.

BTW he was a known doper in cycling circles while he was an amateur.

I await Drugstrong's response to the USADA dossier.
Not his PR agent, AKA a lame *** lawyer.

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no-one will REALLY ever know the TRUTH about the deal, everything else is just egos colliding.
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Old 10th October 2012, 09:57 PM   #69
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everyone giving this whole deal too much attention is absolutely pathetic and I don't expect you to understand why.
C'mon, enlighten us Sir - bet you cant.

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I await Drugstrong's response to the USADA dossier.
Not his PR agent, AKA a lame *** lawyer.
Me too, though I suspect that given his child like behaviour so far the only response the world will get is from his legal team. (drug abuse also twiddles with the mind you know)
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Old 11th October 2012, 12:03 PM   #70
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drug abuse also twiddles with the mind you know
You know? That's what it's all about. But please do not confound drugs for recreational use with drugs only used to beat other lesser beings (the ones not drugged haha). That should be discouraged because it goes against the spirit of competition. Yep, Armstrong is not a nice individual but it is an excellent cheater. If you're going to cheat at least do it right.
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