That's a bit mild, even for Mr. Grumpy. I'd start at calling him a "professional dooshbag", then go from there. Maybe a national disgrace? But then, we've become complacent about 'national disgraces' lately.....Armstrong was the best cheater.....Ever. (and a professional jerk)....s.
How does that apply to the Landis'/the US Government case? Prior behavior should not be a factor in that case. It's whether or not the US Postal Service as defrauded or not.Were there any others who ACTIVELY sought out lawsuits against those who pointed out the obvious (that there was no other way on earth to get those kinds of bloodwork numbers)? Then collected multi-million dollar settlements, all the while doubling-down on the fiction that they had NEVER doped?
I think that has been pretty much the idea in many sports. I think that many of the people running and promoting the sports were aware but, hey it is good for fans and the ratings. Reminds me of:It actually makes some bit of sense, because one thing I have always thought is that while he may have doped, so was everyone else, and it was a level, if elevated, playing field.
We've been over and over this here, but to recap:It actually makes some bit of sense, because one thing I have always thought is that while he may have doped, so was everyone else, and it was a level, if elevated, playing field.
WTF are you babbling about? Much like Kathy Griffin found out, there is a line that separates humor from not appropriate. You seem to be very bitter about something that did not affect you in any way. Unfortunately, you joined the forum a little too late. Six years ago you would have had lots of people dog pile on with you here. Now it is just tired and played out. Please see post below to catch up on the end state of over a decade of this hate.With all these recent stories about famous atheletes and cyclists being hit by drivders makes me wonder....if L*nc* *rmstr*ng were to ride wearing a jersey with just his name on the back......how long would he survive?