I believe they contain tiny transmitters that emit thought control signals. Thereby reducing the person wearing one to a mindless automaton who will believe whatever the Lance tells him. Does anyone else have any thoughts on this subject?
Hugh Januss said:I believe they contain tiny transmitters that emit thought control signals. Thereby reducing the person wearing one to a mindless automaton who will believe whatever the Lance tells him. Does anyone else have any thoughts on this subject?
i got one back when they first came out. it stays in my car, on the turn signalRex Hunter said:Never worn one personally. Maybe that explains why I'm so intelligent.
usedtobefast said:i got one back when they first came out. it stays in my car, on the turn signal
forty four said:wtf 80% of threads on here are pointless as i have said before if you hate la why do you devote time to him kinda funny to me and im no fanboy of anyone there simply athletes thats all. sad for the thread starter maybe make threads about what or who you like not who or what you hate when you focus on the negatives you lose la is not affected by you either way so why waste everyones time. there are quite a few winners on here who should seriously consider suicide really.
pmcg76 said:It never started as a tool to promote Lance.
forty four said:wtf 80% of threads on here are pointless...........yada.yada.yada.....there are quite a few winners on here who should seriously consider suicide really.
buckwheat said:I use mine to prolong my enjoyment. It gives me Pharmstrong like endurance during my intimate marathons.
Scott SoCal said:So your mind is only controlled while driving then?
Race Radio said:Actually it was started for just this purpose. It was College's idea at first. It was started as a way to insure Lance had an income in case he was not able to return to cycling.
What you see now as far as the programs go is largely because of the hard work of Doug Ulman and his staff.
ImmaculateKadence said:Incorrect. The wristbands were launched in 2004 by Nike. By that point, we all know Lance had since returned to cycling.
Though I agree with your comments regarding Doug Ulman.
Race Radio said:What I wrote has nothing to do with wristbands. LAF was founded in 1997 as a vehicle to insure continued income if Armstrong was unable to return to the sport.
dimspace said:Depends, some yellow wristband wearers can draw a distinction between the LAF which does a lot of things to help those suffering from cancer, as a charity, and lance armstrong, professional cyclist
Support of one, does not necassarily mean support of the other. In the same way that i support democracy, i think gordon brown is a ****, i support fair trade, but think body shop are a bunch of exploiting *******..
the two do not come together automatically
i wear a livestrong band and have done for many years, because i think the awareness LAF manage has been the first GLOBAL cancer awareness campaign ever seen, and i have read an awful lot of stories of people who have benefited, and have people personally i my life, who drew comfort from what the LAF does, and who having never heard of lance benefited from reading his story, (to a cancer sufferer, whatever you think of lance the explicit detail of its not about the bike, is inspirational and conforting to many)...
flicker said:I wear a Lance Armstrong yellow bracelet around my staff. The ring is a bit constrictive.
Which the tightly wound yellow wristband keeps in place, it seems.flicker said:I always have positive thoughts towards Lance.