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Did Armstrong pressure teammates to dope?

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redtreviso said:
whatever,,,beer an hour guy...

"Tea parties are for little girls with imaginary friends"


Not just the smartest, but the most humourless too. Must be some kinda record.
 
Martin318is said:
Guys,
Lets keep the politics out of this thread, okay?
I know you are doing your best to not go that way but its creeping into the conversation.

thanks heaps,
Martin

Creeping? I'd have to say it's moved in and set up shop. I gotta say I agree with Scott, and the only time I agree with Scott in a political discussion is when he says "let's not talk about that here".
 

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Scott SoCal said:
Fair enough. I agree with nearly all of this but, I'm not sure the political comparison is relevant.

My skin is pretty thick, so make whatever comparisons you wish. My only point is it seems to diminish your argument by bringing a political component to a non-political issue.

Well, the Armstrong case IS certainly about the politics of the whole cycling situation because most rational thinkers agree what the facts are regarding his fraud.

Is there any credible person who believes the guy is clean? The only thing happening now regarding Armstrong is politics.
 
Scott SoCal said:
Not just the smartest, but the most humourless too. Must be some kinda record.

No, it was actually quite funny if you got the allusion.

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Animal said:
No, it was actually quite funny if you got the allusion.

alcohol+brain injuries=fanboyism and teabaggerism

whatever,,,beer an hour guy...

And he finishes his jab with the wildly relevant Alice in Wonderland reference.

Yeah, I guess I should reconsider. That's laugh out loud funny.
 
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“We’ve got 600 pages’ worth of medical records that show the absence of any such conversation,” Herman said.

Nietzsche: what he admired most about Socrates was not what he said, but what he didnt say.
 
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“We’ve got 600 pages’ worth of medical records that show the absence of any such conversation,” Herman said.

Nietzsche: what he admired most about Socrates was not what he said, but what he didnt say.


It's an odd statement. LA has moaned over the years of his inability to prove a negative when all he ever needed was Herman to do it for him.
 

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