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Irish journalist Paul Kimmage gets a dressing down at a Sacramento news conference

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CaptinFonz CaptinFonz (2037 days ago)
Searchguru - you really are a funny child. We both know what never happened? you dont think he won 7 years in a row or that he was tested perhaps more than any other rider? since you seem to find cancer funny (which has killed more than 6 million) perhaps you will look me up if you are ever unfortunate enough to get it and I'll do my best to entertain you with similar jokes and jibes you feel fit to leave below. now go to bed as regardless of where you live it is surely beyond your bedtime!
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Searchguru - you really are a funny child. We both know what never happened? you dont think he won 7 years in a row or that he was tested perhaps more than any other rider? since you seem to find cancer funny (which has killed more than 6 million) perhaps you will look me up if you are ever unfortunate enough to get it and I'll do my best to entertain you with similar jokes and jibes you feel fit to leave below. now go to bed as regardless of where you live it is surely beyond your bedtime!
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Searchguru Searchguru (2038 days ago)
Yes, I reckon Lance dropped a bollock there!
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Yes, I reckon Lance dropped a bollock there!
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Guest:  (2036 days ago)
Example of a STUPID AMERICAN!!!!!!!
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Example of a STUPID AMERICAN!!!!!!!
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Guest:  (2037 days ago)
CaptinFonz you piece of shit. You don't know crap about doping tests. You cannot ban someone because he has high testosterone as long as it's all naturally made by the body since there are huge individual-to-individual variations in testosterone level. But you will be banned if thereís any trace of chemically synthetic one. All the testosterone in Armstrong is synthetic at high level but nobody can say anything about it without being politically incorrect. Grow a brain you f#$king retard.
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CaptinFonz you piece of shit. You don't know crap about doping tests. You cannot ban someone because he has high testosterone as long as it's all naturally made by the body since there are huge individual-to-individual variations in testosterone level. But you will be banned if thereís any trace of chemically synthetic one. All the testosterone in Armstrong is synthetic at high level but nobody can say anything about it without being politically incorrect. Grow a brain you f#$king retard.
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Searchguru Searchguru (2036 days ago)
Hold the front page! I have the quote: This guy,(Armstrong) any other way but his bullying and intimidation wrapped up in this great cloak, the great cancer martyr . This is what he hides behind all the time. The great man who conquered cancer. Well he is the cancer in this sport. And for two years this sport has been in remission. And now the cancer's back. This is in response to the fact that Armstrong tested positive SIX times for EPO in samples taken during the 1999 Tour de France.
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Hold the front page! I have the quote: This guy,(Armstrong) any other way but his bullying and intimidation wrapped up in this great cloak, the great cancer martyr . This is what he hides behind all the time. The great man who conquered cancer. Well he is the cancer in this sport. And for two years this sport has been in remission. And now the cancer's back. This is in response to the fact that Armstrong tested positive SIX times for EPO in samples taken during the 1999 Tour de France.
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CaptinFonz CaptinFonz (2036 days ago)
Searchguru - Sadly the doping issue has never left the sport, so how we can talk about it returning i fail to comprehend. I dont find jokes about the lack of testicles or cancer funny at all - doesnt matter what you write that wont change (I dont find the holocaust funny either). ask a doctor why lance has to take injections, they will explain, I'm not an MD so not suitable to comment.
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Searchguru - Sadly the doping issue has never left the sport, so how we can talk about it returning i fail to comprehend. I dont find jokes about the lack of testicles or cancer funny at all - doesnt matter what you write that wont change (I dont find the holocaust funny either). ask a doctor why lance has to take injections, they will explain, I'm not an MD so not suitable to comment.
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Searchguru Searchguru (2037 days ago)
CaptinFonz, You and I know that never happened. Or are you being selective in what you consider appropriate? Don't criticise me for daring to mention a monorchid when I see one by bringing up the murder of 6 million people. It's a bit of a sledgehammer to crack a nut. Oooops there I go again!
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CaptinFonz, You and I know that never happened. Or are you being selective in what you consider appropriate? Don't criticise me for daring to mention a monorchid when I see one by bringing up the murder of 6 million people. It's a bit of a sledgehammer to crack a nut. Oooops there I go again!
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CaptinFonz CaptinFonz (2036 days ago)
yeah sorry nameless guests, I know nothing at all. Its obviously all just a consipiracy and although it seems there are a whole host of people against Armstrong the governing body continue to turn a blind eye and never do anything to ensure that the sport isnt tainted further. Of course all of Armstrongs testosterone injections are completely unregulated. I suppose the man is just a big cheat, I guess his cancer foundation is all a big scam too. Kimmage however never used drugs for his own gain and was a very successfull cyclist. Off to grow me a brain now
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yeah sorry nameless guests, I know nothing at all. Its obviously all just a consipiracy and although it seems there are a whole host of people against Armstrong the governing body continue to turn a blind eye and never do anything to ensure that the sport isnt tainted further. Of course all of Armstrongs testosterone injections are completely unregulated. I suppose the man is just a big cheat, I guess his cancer foundation is all a big scam too. Kimmage however never used drugs for his own gain and was a very successfull cyclist. Off to grow me a brain now
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CaptinFonz CaptinFonz (2036 days ago)
respect to you Searchguru for living up to your monika and finding the actual quote. there was no metaphor and kimmage was without doubt offensive, brave, but still offensive.
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respect to you Searchguru for living up to your monika and finding the actual quote. there was no metaphor and kimmage was without doubt offensive, brave, but still offensive.
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Searchguru Searchguru (752 days ago)
A bit of a bump after 1283 days but. Armstrong 'guilty' of doping. Why am I not surprised?
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A bit of a bump after 1283 days but. Armstrong 'guilty' of doping. Why am I not surprised?
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Guest: couldntbearsedtosignin (749 days ago)
I have passed every exam i have ever sat, I have GCSE's, A-Levels and a Degree. However I guess if you can get 10 people to claim otherwise then I must have failed. Whether Lance doped or not will never be known, the fact he has stopped fighting the USDA does not prove anything. If 10 people testified that Vinokourov had not taken drugs (despite FAILING a drugs test) then would he have got off? No chance! The only facts I am aware off is that he never failed a drugs test. People lie - drugs tests are not supposed to. If the drugs tests were fabricated (all 16 billion of them) then cycling is truly finished.
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I have passed every exam i have ever sat, I have GCSE's, A-Levels and a Degree. However I guess if you can get 10 people to claim otherwise then I must have failed. Whether Lance doped or not will never be known, the fact he has stopped fighting the USDA does not prove anything. If 10 people testified that Vinokourov had not taken drugs (despite FAILING a drugs test) then would he have got off? No chance! The only facts I am aware off is that he never failed a drugs test. People lie - drugs tests are not supposed to. If the drugs tests were fabricated (all 16 billion of them) then cycling is truly finished.
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Guest: Mmm (749 days ago)
As an avid cycling fan I don't think anyone with real knowledge of the sport doubts that Armstrong doped heavily. Whether he doped more heavily than his rivals and whether he was a victim or a perpetrator of cycling's doping culture are harder questions to answer.
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As an avid cycling fan I don't think anyone with real knowledge of the sport doubts that Armstrong doped heavily. Whether he doped more heavily than his rivals and whether he was a victim or a perpetrator of cycling's doping culture are harder questions to answer.
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Guest: yawn (749 days ago)
I really do pity those who are avid that he doped without any hard evidence to proove it. I believe in innocence until proven guilty and I am fairly certain there is no proof in this case. We can argue it out all all you want, but for me there is still only one rider who has ever won 7 tours back to back and he didn't dope
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I really do pity those who are avid that he doped without any hard evidence to proove it. I believe in innocence until proven guilty and I am fairly certain there is no proof in this case. We can argue it out all all you want, but for me there is still only one rider who has ever won 7 tours back to back and he didn't dope
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Guest: Head out of the sand (748 days ago)
Latest comment: Evidently you have little knowledge of either the sport or legal procedures. 1 reliable witness giving evidence under oath is hard evidence. In this case there are around 10 prepared to testify against him. Why did Armstrong repeatedly make large donations to the UCI? How could he have beaten doping cyclists without doping himself? Why choose not to fight the allegations if, as you say, there is no 'hard evidence' against him?
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Latest comment: Evidently you have little knowledge of either the sport or legal procedures. 1 reliable witness giving evidence under oath is hard evidence. In this case there are around 10 prepared to testify against him. Why did Armstrong repeatedly make large donations to the UCI? How could he have beaten doping cyclists without doping himself? Why choose not to fight the allegations if, as you say, there is no 'hard evidence' against him?
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Guest:  (2038 days ago)
Armstrong is an ass. He has no balls so he is lighter. That's a pretty big advantage considering how hard cyclists try to get ride of a few grams from their bikes. He also has to use testosterone to stay a man. While the level of testosterone in normal men fluctuates, Armstrong can keep it at the highest level. He is a fraud. No doubt about it.
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Armstrong is an ass. He has no balls so he is lighter. That's a pretty big advantage considering how hard cyclists try to get ride of a few grams from their bikes. He also has to use testosterone to stay a man. While the level of testosterone in normal men fluctuates, Armstrong can keep it at the highest level. He is a fraud. No doubt about it.
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Guest: London1 (2038 days ago)
Yep, Armstrong didn't understand the meaning of it and neither did you Lepton.
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Yep, Armstrong didn't understand the meaning of it and neither did you Lepton.
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Guest: Lepton (2038 days ago)
You are an idiot. It is an utterly tasteless remark from that so called journalist.
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You are an idiot. It is an utterly tasteless remark from that so called journalist.
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Guest:  (2037 days ago)
Exactly.
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Exactly.
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Guest:  (2037 days ago)
Oh please, if you think just having one bollock is gonna make him light enough to win le Tour 7 times in a row, you really are an idiot. Face it, Lance has never doped and they've never had any grounds to accuse him on, if they did he'd just get slammed like Basso- if his testosterone level was higher and abnormal they'd ban him straight away. Yet there he is.
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Oh please, if you think just having one bollock is gonna make him light enough to win le Tour 7 times in a row, you really are an idiot. Face it, Lance has never doped and they've never had any grounds to accuse him on, if they did he'd just get slammed like Basso- if his testosterone level was higher and abnormal they'd ban him straight away. Yet there he is.
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Searchguru Searchguru (2036 days ago)
CaptinFonz, You appear to have your undies in a bunch about this. My comments were made in response to your including the Holocaust in this forum. No I'm not really a Holocaust Denyer. Armstrong, like you, got the wrong end of the stick. Kimmage referred to doping as a cancer in the 'noble' sport and that the cancer was back. He was not referring to 'Spacehopper' Armstrong's cancer at all. Cycling is riddled with drug taking and just maybe Armstrong has never taken performance enhancing drugs. Oh and where does it say that he uses testosterone injections apart from on this forum? I was under the impression he still had one ball so why should he be the only one allowed to boost his levels with injections. You seem to be the font of all knowledge as regards Armstrong's balls so let's have it.
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CaptinFonz, You appear to have your undies in a bunch about this. My comments were made in response to your including the Holocaust in this forum. No I'm not really a Holocaust Denyer. Armstrong, like you, got the wrong end of the stick. Kimmage referred to doping as a cancer in the 'noble' sport and that the cancer was back. He was not referring to 'Spacehopper' Armstrong's cancer at all. Cycling is riddled with drug taking and just maybe Armstrong has never taken performance enhancing drugs. Oh and where does it say that he uses testosterone injections apart from on this forum? I was under the impression he still had one ball so why should he be the only one allowed to boost his levels with injections. You seem to be the font of all knowledge as regards Armstrong's balls so let's have it.
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CaptinFonz CaptinFonz (2037 days ago)
What is it with all the accusations of Lance and doping? The fact is that for 7 years he was the most tested person in the race. They test the stage winner after each stage and the yellow winner at the end of the tour, and that doesn't take account of any of the spot checks he was "randomly" selected for. If Lance really has got a way of doping that is undetectable then why donít the rest of them use it? I donít care if Kimmage's remark is supposed to be a metaphor - it's still tasteless, and if you can't see or understand that you are a poor excuse for humanity. Searchguru - you're about as funny as the holocaust with your remark! And as for the unnamed guest who seems to know so much about lance's treatment and health. I am sure you think that cyclist shave their legs to reduce weight. Grow up you useless piece of excrement!
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What is it with all the accusations of Lance and doping? The fact is that for 7 years he was the most tested person in the race. They test the stage winner after each stage and the yellow winner at the end of the tour, and that doesn't take account of any of the spot checks he was "randomly" selected for. If Lance really has got a way of doping that is undetectable then why donít the rest of them use it? I donít care if Kimmage's remark is supposed to be a metaphor - it's still tasteless, and if you can't see or understand that you are a poor excuse for humanity. Searchguru - you're about as funny as the holocaust with your remark! And as for the unnamed guest who seems to know so much about lance's treatment and health. I am sure you think that cyclist shave their legs to reduce weight. Grow up you useless piece of excrement!
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Guest:  (2037 days ago)
CaptinFonz you obviously have light balls
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CaptinFonz you obviously have light balls
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Guest: NeilH (2037 days ago)
Oh, come off it. Even if Kimmage was talking about the "cancer of doping", surely that's a stupid, tasteless analogy to use with Lance Armstrong. He deserves to be spoken-to like that.
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Oh, come off it. Even if Kimmage was talking about the "cancer of doping", surely that's a stupid, tasteless analogy to use with Lance Armstrong. He deserves to be spoken-to like that.
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Searchguru Searchguru (2036 days ago)
Oh but you have commented most vociferously. The reason you don't understand is because you are commenting on something you know nothing about. That's performance drugs, not cancer, I am talking about before you fall headlong off your high-horse. Oh I forgot we're on Boreme, ignore me. I'm just off to bed now.
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Oh but you have commented most vociferously. The reason you don't understand is because you are commenting on something you know nothing about. That's performance drugs, not cancer, I am talking about before you fall headlong off your high-horse. Oh I forgot we're on Boreme, ignore me. I'm just off to bed now.
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Guest: guest123 (2038 days ago)
Armstrong is an idiot. He's so brain dead that he can't even understand metaphors. Kimmage was talking about the cancer of doping.
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Armstrong is an idiot. He's so brain dead that he can't even understand metaphors. Kimmage was talking about the cancer of doping.
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