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Posted on January 17 at 12:11 p.m.
Boy, Nick, you really are a hater of our great #1 USA. If everyone just ignored all these reports of doom, and just got happy, we'd for sure be #1. Think of all the medical bills `get happy' could save! And in any case we need all the money to save Afghanistan and to broadcast sports in ultra-high-def. Just think happy thoughts.
On When Is a Dog Not a Dog?
Posted on January 15 at 8:33 a.m.
I doubt Lance Mason will apologize; for him, cheating is just fine. I pity his dental patients!
On The Lance Armstrong Case
Posted on January 2 at 12:22 p.m.
My parents were more like critterchels, but nearly 1/2 a century ago. There were serious dangers back then too, but somehow my risky behavior never went over the edge, although I lied plenty to participate.
Teenagers will take risks. That is why we get soldiers as young as possible. The earlier they learn how to assess risks and use their own judgement, the safer they will be in the long run. Eventually parents won't be around, one way (they lie) or another (they age beyond parental control), and how well the parents provided education to them is all that matters.
On Tracking Your Teen
Posted on November 15 at 9:49 a.m.
Lance Armstrong both resigns from his foundation board, and also the foundation itself renames itself to eliminate his name:
Posted on November 4 at 2:18 p.m.
WADA decides not to appeal the Lance Armstrong case, and reaffirms support for the interpretation of the statute of limitations that USADA used...
Posted on October 31 at 9:29 a.m.
Life? 2/3 of a turd for the families of the 7 cyclists dead from EPO shows our value for life, lawdy. Gunther Cuylits maybe is now #8.
Posted on October 31 at 8:15 a.m.
Phil Liggett concedes that Lance Armstrong is a doper:
Posted on October 27 at 6:02 a.m.
7 who died most likely due to EPO...
Posted on October 23 at 1:04 p.m.
UCI has confirmed the ban. Now only WADA has an appeal left. Most of Armstrong's sponsors have left him too.
Indurian still backs him:
Merckx is ambivalent:
Not sure where Hinault is. LeMond has been anti-Armstrong for quite some time.
Posted on October 18 at 8:47 a.m.
I'll bet Isla Vista has a lot to do with the high Santa Barbara County numbers. Odd how the sensible geography of putting students right next to campus is mainly panned because of student excess, but there are a number of excellent aspects, like the high rate of bicycle use. Does anyone else notice that almost none of the UCSB students where helmets?
On More Santa Barbarans Bike
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