- Mar 13, 2009
never believe a lier.hiero2 said:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/hardtalk/9571648.stm
Millar's words all ring true, and sound good. Have we got anybody here who is good at reading the eye movement body language? I'm not good at that, and I know it - I've had friends who were very good at "reading" people that way.
But I notice Millar's eyes are all over - to his right and down, a few times to his right and up, and a very few times to his left. So the words sound good, the voice is sincere - but I wonder it the eyes are telling us a different story.
Regardless - it is nice to hear him and it is a good interview, I think.
his cranium plates to me indicate a use of growth factors.
remember when "Davey boy" Millar said "he was not even doing/using "recovery therapy".
To me, this indicates a lier. If am a prosecutor and have a witness on the stand, replying in euphemisms and weasel words, my ears are immediately piqued.
Armstrong has a habit of using euphemism on delicate subject.
How does one interpret "even using" an illegal method/ doping.
It tells me Millar does not believe it is doping, and perfectly acceptable.
I see a "mission creep" here. My euphemism, I see Millar, and raise him on weasal word