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First of all, have Lance kiss your ass. I'm not Jewish or Hebrew, so I don't care for your zionist crusader chatter.
More presumptions from the self-proclaimed omniscient a$$hole!If you cut out the cigars and alcohol, you may be able to cut out some of the prescription drugs that you are taking, and you could, through renewed exercise (GET BACK ON THE BIKE), and better diet choices, you could actually complete the Tour de France.
I ride 5 days a week, an average of 200 miles per week little boy. I average 22 mph on a 100M ride and 25 on a 100K ride and my Garmin has seen 42 mph on a 1/2 mile sprint, even while my HRM was reading 207 BPM. In 40 years or so, when you get to be 51, perhaps you can also have numbers like those. BTW, as far as completing the TDF, I have no doubts I could, if I had a couple of months to do it. See, a ride like that would be entertainment for me, not competition. And I'm old enough to realize that I could not keep up with guys half my age, who've been doing this for far longer than I have, even if I doped illegally and they didn't. So stick your tongue back in your a$$ because you speak without an iota of knowledge.
Don't be that obtuse little boy. When you grow hair on your balls then we can talk.Nice to know that you were oblivious to doping back in your day, and it is a testament to your character that you yourself didn't dope when you were an athlete in high school and college. Dope has been around for A LONG TIME, CD...it is just a good thing that you didn't get mixed up with it...your heart may have exploded like I heard Flo-Jo's did (remember...this is what I heard...I realize that Flo-Jo died of a seizure! Unlike you, I don't assume, and I leave statements open, so that people can provide the adequate answer to my comment...you should try that sometime!).
Is that what men my age talk about in Canada? Pity!Thanks for that borefest you call your family history. You must be quite the dread to be around, when you are liquored up, talking about your past to your children, telling them about how you had to hike up steep roads to school, with your bike and your knapsack strapped to your back...do you get angry when your kids, or anybody else that listens to your endless drivel, ask you why you just didn't unstrap your bike from your back, and ride to and from school???
I've forgotten things about sarcasm you still have not learned yet kid. So don't flatter yourself.Yeah...forgot...I have quite a sarcastic side, and my sarcasm shines in the presence of douchebags like yourself!
All 1812 did was prove that Canadians couldn't hold off the Americans on their own and needed the Brits to do it. Then again it was the U.S. who won the war. Or did you forget that minute and "insignificant" detail?As for Canadians being stupid and presumptive, I would say that that is an oversight by you yet again, CD. Didn't 1812 teach you Americans that Canadians are simply superior to you all? Maybe international hockey isn't enough to school you (okay...that was lame, and I hate hockey anyway, so let's share a laugh at that!)? Basic public health care takes care of us resilient Canadians up here...guess that is why there isn't a score of Canadians being caught up in doping allegations like Americans are!
BTW, if Canadians aren't being caught in doping allegations, like Americans are, the obvious reason is because a Canadian's modus operandi with regard to competition, is seeing who can skin a mink, or be bear food, better than who. Y'all can have that glory.