Re: Today Equipe"s Editorial
- From: "Sandy" <leurre@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 22:47:15 +0200
Dans le message de tTDUe.222154$9A2.57252@edtnps89">news:tTDUe.222154$9A2.57252@edtnps89,
Jim Flom <jimREMOVEflom@xxxxxxxxx> a réfléchi, et puis a déclaré :
> "B. Lafferty" <Magni@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "Robert Chung" <me@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Montesquiou wrote:
>>>> LES NEGATIONS DE L'UCI
>>>> The today editorial of l'Equipe. (september 10 2005)
>>>> Sorry but in french ; may be someone can help in the translation
>>> Shorter version: "Hein? Thhpppbbbttt."
>> Indeed. And Droussent is correct, the essential question is, "Lance
>> Armstrong a-t-il triché ou menti ?"
> It's okay, Brian. _I_ believe you.
Golly, Jim, spending all your time obsessing over Lafferty ?
Like me and you, he is a speck in cycling. You seem offended that Armstrong
can be put in the spotlight, and a glaring one. Let's just stick to the big
guy, OK. You are saying that the stuff Lafferty has reproduced (without
appartent permission - attention, Brian), is just gross turds ? I think
that, whether or not you like the messenger (yes he harps on a single
theme), it's hard to see where that leaves Armstrong in such a cool
There are results of scientific analysis. Not one person (make sure you
read the entirety of comments) has disputed the actual methodology, except
(in rbr) Andy Coggan, who didn't give a good clue as to how to create EPO,
in frozen samples, from the stuff we piss.
So, pass on the messenger, stop (yourself !) obsessing, and take a clear
look. Frankly, why not let all the guys who want short but financially
profitable lives, do their thing, stop thinking that a race that takes place
in France should have labs in Ecuador do the analysis, and admit that the
shoulder and head that McEwen gave was no more and no less cheating than
Armstrong seems to have done. Cheating, not biochemistry, is the part of
competition that makes this no longer a sport.
Since I don't pay much attention to the other sports often referred to
here - is it true that the Red Sox finally won a World Series. Yeah, I
could look that up, but that would be examining reported facts, which, as we
know, is not reliable history.
La vie, c'est comme une bicyclette,
il faut avancer pour ne pas perdre l'équilibre.
-- Einstein, A.
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