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The revenge of Rasmussen ...

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IndianCyclist said:
All the spanish riders would be with Fuentes since blood was most likely withdrawn during off season at home. The spanish would not have been comfortable with the dutch Leinders. No wonder Ras did not see anything of the spanish.
Huh? There were other ways to dope in Spain aside from Fuentes, you know.
 
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neineinei said:
Freire calls up Rasmussen and demands he retracts, or he'll sue. Rasmussen retracts within hours.

So if you didn't dope, or knows that Rasmussen didn't see you dope and you never discussed doping with him, that should be the best way to handle this. But all Weening can come up with is: Rasmussen is frustrated. Lame.

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/rasmussen-is-frustrated-says-weening

Weening went to the fountain of omerta excuses and picked 1 to use.
 

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hrotha said:
I never liked that because it's a blatant misuse of Good Guy Greg. :eek:

PS: I made a typo at first, which make me do a Google Image Search and now I'm bummed there's no Good Goy Greg submeme poking fun at anti-Semitism.

What - sort of "turns up at Rabbi's house with flaming torch....offers to light menorah"?
 
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Moose McKnuckles said:
I've never read any allegations against Freire. He's either clean or amazingly surreptitious about doping.

Pretty successful rider in a very dark period of the sport and some very dodgy teams too.
 
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MatParker117 said:
All I'm going to say on this is how desperate to you have to be to win in order to use a canine blood substitute? Surely at some point the rational of your brain has to say to you at some point "Doing this may seriously **** me up and is very bad idea"

this idea of risks is a non runner as athletes are takers of risks and will take big risks to win in all sports
 
Zam_Olyas said:
As a visitor of foro, i would say you are on target. :D

We are here to talk of this forum.

I had an emotional link with that forum, but a moderator died and things changed. That forum is sick, but that is not a question to talk here.

My image doesnt look at that man, becouse first I writte with respect for everybody, and becouse for me cycling is something serious and becouse I am dont look at all at that man.

But I had to admit that is the image a I have when a think in some posters, mostly there but sometimes here.
 
Benotti69 said:
this idea of risks is a non runner as athletes are takers of risks and will take big risks to win in all sports

No that is a complete misnomer, some athletes will take some risks, some athletes will take big risks.

To quote one of your favourites, Jorg Jaksche said that if Kelme were doing all the stuff Manzano listed, they were right off the deep end and there is no way he(Jaksce) would have touched that stuff. As usual you try to lump everyone into the same pool.
 
MatParker117 said:
All I'm going to say on this is how desperate to you have to be to win in order to use a canine blood substitute? Surely at some point the rational of your brain has to say to you at some point "Doing this may seriously **** me up and is very bad idea"

Some men will do anything to keep their lady in a new dress.

To think some even inhale carbon monoxide! Sick! :rolleyes: