Maybe but to be fair, that year Floyd never had HALF the team that Lance's weakest team was composed of. If Floyd had access to Lance's teammates and singular doping program Lancey would be fetching water bottles.D-Queued said:Floyd and his hypothetical Harley had no competition.
Maybe it is a ploy to keep the feds from restarting their investigation.DirtyWorks said:What if the Oprah interview is trying to get ahead of some damning evidence in the not-yet released, but demanded since December 2012 (maybe earlier) Wonderboy documents?
The interview may not be about trying to return to WADA sanctioned sport. The reality is, law enforcement is as politically-charged system as everything else. So, maybe it's a ploy to stay out of jail?
Yes, and it might work. In a jury of twelve, all it takes is one. Even with Lance's credibility being shot to hell, he can probably count on 1 out of 12 believing his sappy story.Benotti69 said:Maybe it is a ploy to keep the feds from restarting their investigation.
Don't think this works. Lance has lost the trust of big money. The people who watch Oprah are not big money. LiveStrong can't survive on donations from Oprah watchers.Benotti69 said:But I think it is to try and take on the mantle of Cancer Jesus again and keep LieStrong alive.
True.Benotti69 said:He is not going to lessen his sporting ban by going on Oprah.
Tell that to Oprah and all of her advertisers. Ratings may be down but Oprah watchers built her considerable empire.Page Mill Masochist said:Yes, and it might work. In a jury of twelve, all it takes is one. Even with Lance's credibility being shot to hell, he can probably count on 1 out of 12 believing his sappy story.
Don't think this works. Lance has lost the trust of big money. The people who watch Oprah are not big money. LiveStrong can't survive on donations from Oprah watchers.
Have you been following? He THREATENED (just like a mobster) the wives of his former teammates, telling them to get out of town essentially, for testifying in the federal investigation, he's lucky he's not in jail!!! If he's not rich--he is totally indighted for witness intimidation/tampering etc...Basecase said:Where's your humanity - "let him rot" ????
OK this is the Clinic and all, and Lance abused himself, but should he now be subject to a life of castigation?
Where's your humanity? Or is it truly a witch hunt?
So eye for an eye revenge is appropriate?ebandit said:very noble to consider lance........................but when did he show others
lance won't literally rot in limbo...............he just deserves to be accountable
for his actions + it would be better all if he showed a little remorse apologising
to those he has insulted etc
no not an eye for an eye................. justice not revengeBasecase said:So eye for an eye revenge is appropriate?
How can you value / quantify such things as remorse and contrition?
Ah yes....the blame game.Basecase said:Granted, USADA have castigated Armstrong.
He is now in limbo land.
You could say he was a product of US cycling since his late teens.
Tygart has a degree in philosophy and is a knowledgeable man.
Did / Does USADA have an obligation to show Armstrong a path to rejuvenation, granted he did reject previous plea bargaining?
Where does the buck stop with Lance's liabilities?
Indeed, let justice prevail.ebandit said:no not an eye for an eye................. justice not revenge
may i ask why? 2 trolling lance threads from yourself recently