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Contador & Armstrong will never be caught for EPO or blood boosting and here's why!!

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oldschoolnik said:
I have suggested to the moderators that one possible course of action could be to determine which screen names have the most "ignore" requests attached to them by members of the community and then once a month go through and warn or ban those who meet two criteria a) highlevels of "ignore" requests and 2) complains about them from community.

Seems quite democratic to me. Not sure message board software is capable of this.

Now there is an idea. The information could be pulled out of the database even if there is no function in the software to do so.

I have never understood why forum software has not implemented a post rating system like Slashdot or the Scoop code uses. Posts that fall below a certain rating become invisible to people browsing at a regular post viewing threshold, but users can lower their threshold to view everything if they want to.
 
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BroDeal said:
Now there is an idea. The information could be pulled out of the database even if there is no function in the software to do so.

I have never understood why forum software has not implemented a post rating system like Slashdot or the Scoop code uses. Posts that fall below a certain rating become invisible to people browsing at a regular post viewing threshold, but users can lower their threshold to view everything if they want to.

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howdy all, first time poster. the part of this whole thing that amazes me the most as something of a cycling neophyte is that deadlift has clearly proven not only that doping still occurs but also that the evidence is right there for us all to see. well, to hear actually. i'd always wondered what those incessant horns were on the telly when the climbs were underway, now i know.

Deadlift said:
...the guys honked up on it.

...if your going to start honking EPO/HGH etc

...When Millar was a honking doper

...a honking doper like Riis

Rise of the Dead said:
Success isn't guaranteed by honkers

i'll get my coat.
 
clipperton said:
howdy all, first time poster. the part of this whole thing that amazes me the most as something of a cycling neophyte is that deadlift has clearly proven not only that doping still occurs but also that the evidence is right there for us all to see. well, to hear actually. i'd always wondered what those incessant horns were on the telly when the climbs were underway, now i know.

You know Deadwrong doesn't seem so bad right now.:D