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Armstrong's fall from grace may help cycling

There are 252 comments on the NBC29 story from Aug 24, 2012, titled Armstrong's fall from grace may help cycling. In it, NBC29 reports that:

Cyclist Floyd Landis has pleaded not guilty to wire fraud in San Diego and prosecutors agreed to defer prosecution on condition he makes restitution to people from whom he raised money to fund his fight against... Cyclist Floyd Landis agreed Friday to repay donors nearly a half-million dollars that he raised to challenge doping allegations in an ... (more)

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“Carpe Diem”

Since: Mar 07

Bristol UK

#273 Nov 20, 2012
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
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Always interesting to see how you continue to tap dance around things when they get directed at you Chrissy Poo. What, too chicked shit to answer something when it was your rant in the first place!
Seem to remember when you claimed that your uncle was involved with the French Underground or Resistence that you failed then as well in explaining what his involvelement was then!
You really are a farce just like to the rock turd there in Canada.
Relax MOEP, spend a little time finding where I said that my uncle was connected with the French at all, just fighting alongside them
You are feeling sleepy, you are learning to spell

Try these words that were wrong last time
(Chicken)–(Resistance)–(involv ement) No wonder you where a ‘Pongo’ look it up if you don’t know what a ‘Pongo’ is
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas

El Paso, TX

#274 Nov 20, 2012
Athos wrote:
<quoted text>Relax MOEP, spend a little time finding where I said that my uncle was connected with the French at all, just fighting alongside them
You are feeling sleepy, you are learning to spell
Try these words that were wrong last time
(Chicken)–(Resistance)–(involv ement) No wonder you where a ‘Pongo’ look it up if you don’t know what a ‘Pongo’ is
Nice try Chris.

Shame that you're memory has gotten so bad.

“Carpe Diem”

Since: Mar 07

Bristol UK

#276 Nov 20, 2012
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
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Nice try Chris.
Shame that you're memory has gotten so bad.
Hi PONGO (have you found it yet) send me the post about my uncle
memry goode, spelyng goode, hav a nyse day, eye are of too bed
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas

El Paso, TX

#277 Nov 20, 2012
Athos wrote:
<quoted text>Hi PONGO (have you found it yet) send me the post about my uncle
memry goode, spelyng goode, hav a nyse day, eye are of too bed
You're alway wnating someone do your reseaching for you Chris.

So, you go find it as I know you're too scared to find it in the first place.
SpeedyPete

Cape Town, South Africa

#278 Nov 22, 2012
Hello to you, my dear fellas!!! Still biting each other I see? Good for you!!

Me, I've lost 26kg, down from 118kg to 92kg, and it's once more a pleasure to ride my mtb these days.

Floyd Landis never did anything wrong 'cause his testosterone count wasn't to high, it was his thingamajik count which was to low. So they never proofed anything.

You will see for yourselfs, he will come back and win the TdF again.
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas

El Paso, TX

#280 Nov 23, 2012
SpeedyPete wrote:
Hello to you, my dear fellas!!! Still biting each other I see? Good for you!!
Me, I've lost 26kg, down from 118kg to 92kg, and it's once more a pleasure to ride my mtb these days.
Floyd Landis never did anything wrong 'cause his testosterone count wasn't to high, it was his thingamajik count which was to low. So they never proofed anything.
You will see for yourselfs, he will come back and win the TdF again.
Hi Speedy. Good job on the weight mate. I sure hope that wasn't from any stress in relation to your recent loss in your life there Speedy.
SpeedyPete

Cape Town, South Africa

#282 Nov 27, 2012
Ray Charles Reff wrote:
Hey thanks for the update, that must have been huge turd to loose 127 lbs. Did you take a pic of it? What kind of mtb do you do? Probably have 21lbs carbon 29er with rainbow ano parts everywhere. I ride the big fukcerz. Lets make a jump over your house.
Only a pleasure!! Btw, 26kg isn't 127lbs and for a picture of the turd you can go and have a look at yourself in a mirror!!

I ride a 12.5kg GT Zaskar Elite (see if you can work this one out) aluminium frame hardtail 26er. Colour of the frame is pearl white with light green stipes. Rest of the bike, pure black!!

There you've got it!! Go well pal.
GeeMan

Lochgelly, UK

#283 Nov 27, 2012
SpeedyPete wrote:
Hello to you, my dear fellas!!! Still biting each other I see? Good for you!!
Me, I've lost 26kg, down from 118kg to 92kg, and it's once more a pleasure to ride my mtb these days.
Floyd Landis never did anything wrong 'cause his testosterone count wasn't to high, it was his thingamajik count which was to low. So they never proofed anything.
You will see for yourselfs, he will come back and win the TdF again.
Well done Pete great achievement and nice to see you are back into more biking as well.

“Carpe Diem”

Since: Mar 07

Bristol UK

#287 Nov 30, 2012
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
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Chris, with your background in cycling and with the length that you were involved in it along with reading about cycling, and watching cycle racing on television for as long as you have, did you attain any historical value from that wiki web site, "List of doping cases in cycling?" And if you did, would you please provide what you attained from it?
No, not really, except that there were names on there that surprised me and how many names there were. I just found it interesting and hoped that it would stop some posters being abusive and that YOU may find it interesting. I am not sure if either worked. Did you find it interesting? If so, in what way?
GeeMan

Lochgelly, UK

#288 Nov 30, 2012
The hing hat has intrested me in the Wiki page development is the recent approach aligned to press coverage and asociated guilt to determine 'Possibility' of guilt as opposed to 'Probability' of guilt.

That I believe is not good news.

The recently confirmed Cycling Review body by CAS under UCI request MAY hit on this as the focus that IOC had for doping regimes etc has been taken in another direction by WADA.
It would not surprise me however from what has happened at the highest levels of Sport and Sport Business if this is also premeditated to align Sport and Doping back to IOC comfort zone away from WADA who have obviously been deliberately overlooked even after praising the move and looking forward to helping! A big slight on them I would suggest.

We shall all see soon enough.
My_Opinion_El Paso_Texas

United States

#291 Mar 18, 2013
Athos wrote:
<quoted text>No, not really, except that there were names on there that surprised me and how many names there were. I just found it interesting and hoped that it would stop some posters being abusive and that YOU may find it interesting. I am not sure if either worked. Did you find it interesting? If so, in what way?
I never answered this one.

The history of doping itself and the various doping programs were quite intriguing. That made an additional lesson for me in rel;ation to what the East Germans along with the Soviet Union were doing with their athletes.

It becomes a seperate catagory within the drug and alcohol in relation to ental health issues.

Cheers
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

United States

#293 Mar 20, 2013
National Whistleblower wrote:
<quoted text> Recognize the United States Postal Service Inspection Service and what they will do to win. The Postal Holocaust is the precursor to the American Holocaust - National Whistleblower (USSC 99-565)
http://postalemployeenetwork.com/news/2013/03...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =_3bNWtXhH8oXX
http://www.scribd.com/doc/24093243/Alert-the-...
http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewArticle.a...
Excuse me, but this is a "CYCLING FORUM," as in discussing bicycle racing and events.

Your posts here are related to killing and breeding killers.
Please take your postings and yourself to another part of Topix.com that actually relates to your posts subject matter.

We have also contacted Topix.com in complaining that you are in the wrong forum.

Cheers

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