LOL. Funny stuff....Moose McKnuckles said:This thread has given me a solution to the current Gulf oil disaster.
Throw a bunch of bike wheels in the Gulf water then put Levi on a tanker. He'll instinctively suck the wheels and bring the oil with them. Genius, eh?
I don't know how they operate, but when Armstrong was the best rider in the world he had a lot of behind the scenes influence in many places. AC has turned into a super big cheese over the last few years - it's not unreasonable to ponder whether he made it known what his views were on Bruyneel's gang turning up.Barrus said:Are people here seriously considering a conspiracy between Bertie and the Vuelta organisers?
I know we often were a bit cynical on here, but this bad, really?
Welcome back, BPC/Arbiter.Necessary Evil said:Yes they are all such good friends with AC that they decided to leave and join Armstrong's team.
I don't know who you are talking about but this subject is unlikely to have come up before since RS have only just been uninvited to this GT. It's never happened before.Moose McKnuckles said:Arbiter's back posting the same crap that's been debunked time and time again. What he lacks in creativity he makes up in persistence.
No, I haven't lived on a deserted island. I haven't lived in a fantasy land where everything bad that has ever happened to cycling was caused by two nefarious, conniving and evil guys from a single team, either.Thoughtforfood said:Have you lived on a deserted island without contact with media for years? I am not just talking about doping.
If by "defending" you really mean "correcting rants" you might be right.Man, you sure do defend them to not be a fan or anything...
Even AC's closest team-mates could count the money. He's wise enough to realize it's a business and no one was going to wait around to see where he ended up.Necessary Evil said:Yes they are all such good friends with AC that they decided to leave and join Armstrong's team.