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Old 01-18-13, 07:51
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Ever notice that every time he uses the word "absolutely" to preface a statement...that he's lying?

Truth.
That's what he told Floyd, don't just say you never take drugs, say "absolutely not".

It's an obvious tell, absolutely.
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Old 01-18-13, 08:19
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Phil's reaction, fully jumped ship. Is it possible that he actually didnt know?

http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral...gett-interview
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Old 01-18-13, 08:28
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According to Meriam Webster, Lance even lied about the definition of the word cheat:

THAT'S NOT THE DEFINITION OF CHEAT. IT'S:
to practice fraud or trickery
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cheat

He was using the urban dictionary. Funnily enough he did give us insight into his warped mind. If 2 things out of ten are lies and the rest truths, he writes it all off as lies. Probably can go both ways, whichever suits him in the moment. Inside the mind of a very practiced liar.
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Old 01-18-13, 08:36
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Best part of this was the adverts! So much BS coming out of his mouth does the man never learn.
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Old 01-18-13, 08:42
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http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral...nded-interview

Love it someone finally saying atleast some of what needs to be said.

Stopped just short of saying Hein and Fat Pat need to go.
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Love it someone finally saying atleast some of what needs to be said.

Stopped just short of saying Hein and Fat Pat need to go.
Well according the UCI all is good.

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“Lance Armstrong’s decision finally to confront his past is an important step forward on the long road to repairing the damage that has been caused to cycling and to restoring confidence in the sport.

“Lance Armstrong has confirmed there was no collusion or conspiracy between the UCI and Lance Armstrong. There were no positive tests which were covered up and he has confirmed that the donations made to the UCI were to assist in the fight against doping.

“It was disturbing to watch him describe a litany of offences including among others doping throughout his career, leading a team that doped, bullying, consistently lying to everyone and producing a backdated medical prescription to justify a test result.

“However, Lance Armstrong also rightly said that cycling is a completely different sport today than it was 10 years ago. In particular the UCI's introduction of the biological passport in 2008 – the first sports federation to do so - has made a real difference in the fight against doping.

“Finally, we note that Lance Armstrong expressed a wish to participate in a truth and reconciliation process, which we would welcome.”
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Old 01-18-13, 08:50
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Old 01-18-13, 08:57
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Well according the UCI all is good.
I do not know how they can be so naive/stupid. Cant wait for it to blow up in their face.

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http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral...15/bike-shorts

Tomo showing he has no idea thinking that Lance came completely clean and told the whole truth. So disappointing, cycling in Australia, I think, still has a long way to go till its clean.

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Old 01-18-13, 09:05
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Well according the UCI all is good.

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“However, Lance Armstrong also rightly said that cycling is a completely different sport today than it was 10 years ago. In particular the UCI's introduction of the biological passport in 2008 – the first sports federation to do so - has made a real difference in the fight against doping.

“Finally, we note that Lance Armstrong expressed a wish to participate in a truth and reconciliation process, which we would welcome.”
the millar/vaughters message.
The UCI have got it, hell even lance's got the message.
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