- Jul 22, 2009
You know, I've just noticed your posts. Not sure what your schtick is exactly, but it's clear you are well versed in the craft of ad hominem attacks in the attempt support your argument. That leads me to believe that you probably have a lot of experience on cycling forums, probably was once a Lance-lover turned jilted, and now spend in inordinate amount of time working to save the world from Lance.D-Queued said:A year older, but clearly not a year wiser.
I sometimes think you are going for the irony. Now I realize you are just a fanboy.
lol. OK.D-Queued said:Though the evidence is easily spotted at virtually any high school in the nation. And, though, the self-administration of hypodermics is common for kids with Diabetes and other afflictions...
This bit of research was very impressive, but unfortunately has nothing to do with the discussion as to whether Lance was 'doping' for performance as a young teenager, which was obviously in the mid-80's.D-Queued said:...we will have to resort to some quotes from reliable sources to point out the degree that the clown is being fooled:
(Yes, that Mayo Clinic)
Androstenedione? Where have we heard about that before? Wasn't that in Lance's bathroom?
Anything about that picture with Lance's mom and his 'Papa' that suggested increased aggressiveness to you?
Now, since you are a year older than Lance, perhaps you were too old to hear about this program started by Oregon Health & Science University in 1993:
Finally, from a 1997 study on Female teen athletes:
Would you call Lance a highly involved male athlete? If so, he did seem to fit the risk profile.
Maybe you should take the clown hat off and try and check in with the real world.