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29 Mar 2017 04:39

Dan2016 wrote:
Irondan wrote:
Dan2016 wrote:
blackcat wrote:
Dan2016 wrote:
Banishings don't achieve anything, other than for appearances only. So why not be novel instead?
Get rid of Strict Liability banishings. Get rid of all banishings. My floral dress and bowler hat punishment was obviously facetious but you could do something in that spirit, like stop him using tri-bars, not officially register his time etc. Either way, it's socially inclusive punishment. The pariah thing is unnecessary. Let the guy continue racing if he wants to, at that level it's a social thing more than anything.


can you google translate English > Clockwork Orange?


Yarbles?

Pretty polly pretty polly
Babooshcka Lizzy

(I've no idea what you're on about blackcat :D A cryptic reference to rehab hypocrisy I'm guessing?)

Only a privileged few truly understand the teachings of la pussie noir, apparently you're not one of them (for that matter neither am I). :)


:D

he's testing us testing him. it's zeno's paradox game theory babooshka dolls innit. babushka babooshka alliterationz

#zeno's_babooshka

kingjr wrote:Don't forget the parakeets


the bowler hats. (film)

<bowler hat emoji>
"Hitler … didn't even sink to using chemical weapons."
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Re: Re:

29 Mar 2017 06:41

blackcat wrote:
the bowler hats. (film)

<bowler hat emoji>


:)

I thoughted thou were being more cryptical - punishments and conformity.

Banishings are yarbles...
A lot to do with pretty polly

(Come and get one in the yarbles...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdgFsCAgkAg)
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13 Jun 2017 10:58

http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?
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13 Jun 2017 11:10

ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.
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13 Jun 2017 12:07

thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.


So what you are saying is that the committee's work could yet be left unfinished? After Richard's Freeman's last submissions we were left with more questions than answers, I would have thought it in the public interest to at least recall him for a hearing to give his side of the story after Brailsford, Sutton and Cope basically said 'you will need to ask Richard'.
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13 Jun 2017 12:26

ontheroad wrote:
thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.


So what you are saying is that the committee's work could yet be left unfinished? After Richard's Freeman's last submissions we were left with more questions than answers, I would have thought it in the public interest to at least recall him for a hearing to give his side of the story after Brailsford, Sutton and Cope basically said 'you will need to ask Richard'.

I fear we are not really going to get to the bottom of this at all.
Forgive me for being tired and not looking up article, but isn't Freeman going to keep his position with maybe a few minor changes. Thanks.
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13 Jun 2017 12:49

ontheroad wrote:
thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.


So what you are saying is that the committee's work could yet be left unfinished? After Richard's Freeman's last submissions we were left with more questions than answers, I would have thought it in the public interest to at least recall him for a hearing to give his side of the story after Brailsford, Sutton and Cope basically said 'you will need to ask Richard'.


Unless the committee is reformed that's the end of it. Freeman gave written evidence due of his ill health. The committee was working towards producing a report on funding and doping in sport. That report may not see the light of day, although the comiteee did conclude their report on the FAA.
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13 Jun 2017 13:07

thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:
thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.


So what you are saying is that the committee's work could yet be left unfinished? After Richard's Freeman's last submissions we were left with more questions than answers, I would have thought it in the public interest to at least recall him for a hearing to give his side of the story after Brailsford, Sutton and Cope basically said 'you will need to ask Richard'.


Unless the committee is reformed that's the end of it. Freeman gave written evidence due of his ill health. The committee was working towards producing a report on funding and doping in sport. That report may not see the light of day, although the comiteee did conclude their report on the FAA.


I can't imagine all of those independent investigative journalists and media out there will be satisfied with the explanations given to date!!

So we just have to take their word that Wiggins got a packet of Fluimacil and all of the Sky staff were on corticosteroids!! And Sir Brad won the tour pan y agua. Basically nobody seen anything or knew anything.
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13 Jun 2017 13:21

ontheroad wrote:
thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:
thehog wrote:
ontheroad wrote:http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/timeline-of-ukad-investigation-into-team-sky-and-british-cycling/

Where are we with this prolonged nvestigation and will the select hearing re-convene and call up Richard Freeman now that parliament is on the verge of re-assembling?


The committee dissolved once parliament went to election, the committee will not continue unless restarted with new members and a new chair.


So what you are saying is that the committee's work could yet be left unfinished? After Richard's Freeman's last submissions we were left with more questions than answers, I would have thought it in the public interest to at least recall him for a hearing to give his side of the story after Brailsford, Sutton and Cope basically said 'you will need to ask Richard'.


Unless the committee is reformed that's the end of it. Freeman gave written evidence due of his ill health. The committee was working towards producing a report on funding and doping in sport. That report may not see the light of day, although the comiteee did conclude their report on the FAA.


I can't imagine all of those independent investigative journalists and media out there will be satisfied with the explanations given to date!!

So we just have to take their word that Wiggins got a packet of Fluimacil and all of the Sky staff were on corticosteroids!! And Sir Brad won the tour pan y agua. Basically nobody seen anything or knew anything.


The UKAD investigation is still in flight, however we all know what happens to UKAD Investgations when there is no oversight.
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Re: Brits don't dope?

15 Jun 2017 15:45

Wasn't Wiggins going to 'shock' people with his say after the investiagtion was over?

Well, it's over so come on Bradley...... :rolleyes:
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Re: Brits don't dope?

19 Jun 2017 12:34

MartinGT wrote:Wasn't Wiggins going to 'shock' people with his say after the investiagtion was over?

Well, it's over so come on Bradley...... :rolleyes:


Indeed, this is what he said back in March.

“It’s been horrible,” Wiggins said of the case. “But fortunately there is an investigation going on.

“It’s the worst thing to be accused of when you’re a man of my integrity, if you like, what I believe anyway, and what I’ve done to get where I am today.

“Fortunately there’s an investigation and I obviously can’t say too much because that will run its course and then I’ll have my say.

“There’s a lot to say and it’s going to shock a few people.”



Although at the speed that the UKAD investigation appears to be proceeding at, it looks like Wiggins will be in his forties before he is able to shock us!!
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