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ive just watched a one hour interview where he gets thrown out of his storage unit, which results in deep down corruption in the government, terrorists blowing up cable cars in aspen, and the entire population getting the death penalty if he dies.

He is as mad as a box of frogs
 
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hes also been imprisoned for theft, and also imprisoned for drug offences.

he also took cbs to court

Plaintiff-Appellant Fred Mauney seeks to appeal from the dismissal of his case for failure to comply with federal pleading requirements. Mr. Mauney filed suit on his own behalf and as an "agent/representative" of God, who "is really ****ed off and instructs Plaintiff to see this evil injustice through." Aplt. Amend. Complaint at 2, 8. The named defendants are all involved with creating the CBS' television show "Touched By An Angel." Mr. Mauney alleges that defendants violated seven of his constitutional rights: the freedoms of press, right to assemble and religion under the First Amendment; right to be free from illegal searches and seizures under the Fourth and Fifth Amendments; due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment; and cruel and unusual punishment under the Eighth Amendment. The district court dismissed the complaint without prejudice for failure to meet the pleading requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 8(a). Mr. Mauney delivered a timely, but misdirected notice of appeal with the bankruptcy court on May 26, 1999.
 
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One ickle thing occurs to me re US postal . Is it possible that some peeps within the company had inside knowlege re Lance and from a logistical perspective re transportation of doping materials/ paraphanalia been very helpfull. For example , is it not the case that US Postal will have many differant levals of security/ privacy protection for parcels and by utilising there most extreem they by pass a lot of risk re interception?
That would certainly constitute a major scandal.

Just musing/ possible talking Bolx..:D
 
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smaryka said:
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Meanwhile he digs deeper and finds out that LA bet on himself to win the TdF three times (I've searched for this, but can't find it, does anyone have a link to this story?) This is important because with the exception of the obvious horse-racing, betting like that is unheard of in American sports. Pete Rose, one of the greatest baseball players ever, has been blackballed and booted out of the Hall of Fame for betting on games while he was a player. That's how much of a no-no it is.

He's probably referring to the SCA arbitration case. SCA was some kind of insurance company, and LA did some deal with them where they had to pay him a bonus if he won the Tour three additional years. SCA had paid for some of the years, but then Walsh's book came out alleging that Lance doped, so SCA tried not to pay the bonus for the 3rd year, claiming LA had cheated. LA sued SCA for his payment. Details can be found over in the Landis links thread, I believe. The depositions from the SCA case are sometimes cited these days in articles about whether LA owned Tailwind or not, and other issues.
 

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Im struggling with the accent and the speed he talks at.

So hang on. tailwind are the CIA? Fred works for the post office?

I am really truly lost.

Have you tried playing it at a slower speed and turning it up louder?

I'm sure the guy who made this posts on here.
 
Okay, watched a bunch of it. This guy has some good points, and he probably is owed $100,000 by the USPS for his work, but he's just loopy. I almost expect his next video to tell us that all the paperwork proving this was in the WTC, and that's why the guberment had to bring the towers down on 9/11.
 
Alpe d'Huez said:
Okay, watched a bunch of it. This guy has some good points, and he probably is owed $100,000 by the USPS for his work, but he's just loopy. I almost expect his next video to tell us that all the paperwork proving this was in the WTC, and that's why the guberment had to bring the towers down on 9/11.

With the first video in his series, I was going "okay, maybe he has something geniune to offer" so I was discouraging people from cutting him down like a tree. Thinking about it now, he still has lots of original ideas to offer but its getting to sound less credulous. Suppose he dumbfounds us all and Fred the Phenonix brings down the whole Lance empire? :D I'm actually interested to see how far he'll go.

I wish he hadn't mentioned my blog in the video but appreciated his compliments.