Let Them Play

Let Them Play

There are 6 comments on the Harvard Crimson story from Feb 14, 2013, titled Let Them Play. In it, Harvard Crimson reports that:

When avid followers of sports scandals were preoccupied learning the bizarre details of Manti Te'o's non-existent love life, Lance E. Armstrong, the former holder of seven Tour de France victories, finally sat down and came out as one of the country's most loathsome liars and one of its most arrogant cheats.

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Regis le cycliste

Villevieille, France

#1 Feb 17, 2013
An interesting story! But! Do the means justify the end? Fraud is just plain fraud! Open to litigation surely. Remember the riders who played the game fairly and lost out.
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

United States

#2 Feb 18, 2013
But, the government itself has no business getting involved considering that governments have all too many other inportant issues to solve. Especially the United States.
Comparing the Lance Armstrong case of doping to that of a football player with his dislusional day dreaming isn't quite logical as well.
Cheers
Regis le cycliste

Saint-nazaire-de-pézan, France

#3 Feb 23, 2013
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
But, the government itself has no business getting involved considering that governments have all too many other inportant issues to solve. Especially the United States.
Comparing the Lance Armstrong case of doping to that of a football player with his dislusional day dreaming isn't quite logical as well.
Cheers
Sorry. A Blag. I agree. More "important" issues to solve. Try a "spell checker" when posting in English, it is helpful for all posters.

Have a nice day.
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

United States

#4 Feb 23, 2013
Regis le cycliste wrote:
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Sorry. A Blag. I agree. More "important" issues to solve. Try a "spell checker" when posting in English, it is helpful for all posters.
Have a nice day.
Sorry, but you're making absolutely no sense here.

My wife being British read it and flipped you the V sign backwards with her two fingers. I believe that she knows the English language better then you do.

Try keeping the discussion focused on cycling, instead of your avoiding my points.

Cheers
Regis le cycliste

Saint-nazaire-de-pézan, France

#5 Feb 24, 2013
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
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Sorry, but you're making absolutely no sense here.
My wife being British read it and flipped you the V sign backwards with her two fingers. I believe that she knows the English language better then you do.
Try keeping the discussion focused on cycling, instead of your avoiding my points.
Cheers
OK. hello to your wife, hi! But I cannot find a word in English "inportant". "important" yes! Just a poor Frenchman trying to get my spelling right! Your points make little sense!

Have a nice day
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

El Paso, TX

#6 Feb 24, 2013
Regis le cycliste wrote:
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OK. hello to your wife, hi! But I cannot find a word in English "inportant". "important" yes! Just a poor Frenchman trying to get my spelling right! Your points make little sense!
Have a nice day
On a Frenchman that would be understandable.

Cheers

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