- May 26, 2010
Re: Teejay Van Garderen
Everyone knew Armstrong had the UCI/ASO on his side before every july. Mentally crippling knowing you are up against not just USPS, but the rest. yes, it is definitely crippling, but Armstrong can only take a little credit for it, Stapleton and Weisel were the real puppet masters.I Love To Dope said:Cobsodering Tejay has been a cry baby and has terrible tactics, he could probably learn a lot from the guy who mentally crippled all of his opponents before physically surpassing them on climbs.nayr497 said:GREAT, make it a new sport with new coaches, owners, riders. I don't give an F if we have to clean house. So what? What a stupid argument. Just clean house already, make a clean break and get on with it. I'm getting to the point of not really caring about the PRO peloton. The doping is going back to horrendous levels, after a very brief change.
Ahhh, poor Tejay, he doesn't want an awkward situation in his hometown. Yes, it would be so difficult.
Considering Lance built his career on top-level doping, what exactly can he learn that goes beyond doping? You can't separate Lance from the drugs.
..George Hincapie has a Gran Fondo and a development team, Jonathan Vaughters runs a team. To have that double standard isn’t very fair, so I didn’t think anything of training with Lance.
If you can't see why the differing levels of cheating and manipulation and intimidation scream for different responses, then we might as well just go back to full-genius omerta.