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RadioShack rider positive

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Sep 24, 2009
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craig1985 said:
Sorry, for all the work they do, I assumed they would have earnt better money. Perhaps nowadays they do.

Really? The general rule is that the harder you work, the less you get paid. There are exceptions though.
May 6, 2009
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Must of been of been a brain fade on my part as nobody in this country flogs themselves and earn less money. You expect somebody to work hard and only offer them $15 p/h, you get laughed at.
"Laboratories must be able to find 1.00 ng/mL, while a normal threshold value is considered to be 2.00 ng/mL. The value of 0.05-0.10 ng/mL that was found in Fuyu Li's body points clearly in the direction of a contamination. On top of that, such a low dose would not help his performance in any way," said De Boer, in a statement issued by Li this week.

Does he have a case? Or just another SSDD doping excuse?
Sep 25, 2009
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no he does not.

a typical spin when one half of the story is served to hide the other half...

that is: a low concentration of any substance in a biological fluid can be simply explained by the wash out. that is, a substances half life and the the time it was administered in relation to the moment the sample was taken.