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Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
Just talked to some riders from Discovery, they said it looks like Contador's A sample is positive!

A new doping scandal for Disco!!

read more on cycling news soon!
post #2 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

On Mar 29, 3:04 pm, "Scott" <hendricks_sc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 29, 12:32 pm, cat6 <cat6.2o7...@no-mx.forums.cyclingforums.com>
> wrote:
>
> > Just talked to some riders from Discovery, they said it looks like
> > Contador's A sample is positive!

>
> > A new doping scandal for Disco!!

>
> > read more on cycling news soon!

>
> > --
> > cat6

>
> Right, like they'd tell you before it was officially announced, so you
> could let US know.




Not saying the cat6 is correct, but when something like that happens,
once the rumour mill starts it can't really be controlled. People like
drama.
post #3 of 17

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Kurgan Gringioni wrote:
> Not saying the cat6 is correct, but when something like that happens,
> once the rumour mill starts it can't really be controlled. People like
> drama.


Anybody remember the 6 guys that got popped for EPO in
Georgia?

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.b...4e0d7b456bf40d

Bob Schwartz
post #4 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

On 29 Mar 2007 16:48:22 -0700, "Kurgan Gringioni"
<kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:

>Not saying the cat6 is correct, but when something like that happens,
>once the rumour mill starts it can't really be controlled. People like
>drama.


People like bull****, too, but you don't see rbr pandering to that
group, do you?

Curtis L. Russell
Odenton, MD (USA)
Just someone on two wheels...
post #5 of 17

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* Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> a écrit
> Curtis L. Russell wrote:
>> People like bull****, too, but you don't see rbr pandering to that
>> group, do you?

>
> No, we prefer whale****.


Davey puts on his "Save the Whales" hat whilst fondly remembering the
Whaling boats and the Men who manned them

Sheesh, everybody wanted to be a Whaler when he was a kid

--
Le vent à Dos
Davey Crockett [No 4Q to reply]
post #6 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

On Mar 29, 1:32 pm, cat6 <cat6.2o7...@no-mx.forums.cyclingforums.com>
wrote:
> Just talked to some riders from Discovery, they said it looks like
> Contador's A sample is positive!
>
> A new doping scandal for Disco!!
>
> read more on cycling news soon!
>
> --
> cat6


Is it APRIL FOOLS day already?
post #7 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

* Curtis L. Russell <curtis@md-bicycling.org> a écrit
> On 29 Mar 2007 16:48:22 -0700, "Kurgan Gringioni"
> <kgringioni@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>Not saying the cat6 is correct, but when something like that happens,
>>once the rumour mill starts it can't really be controlled. People like
>>drama.

>
> People like bull****, too,


They must do

Tony Bliar and George Bush are full of it these days.

But Bliar's LongCocking Bush this week with the verbal diahorrea he's
spewing about his sailors who went awol and accepted a little R&R in
Iran.

Sheesh, BBC interviewed Jilly Tar the night before they went awol, or
more correctly aired the footage then. It could have been
pre-recorded.

Watching it I wondered what that obviously way overweight chicka
waving a piccy of her three year old daughter was doing on a
supposedly gung-ho Leviathon and what was the point of interviewing
her particularly anyway.

But lo and behold, she ends up as an honoured guest the next day
starring in a vidclip smoking a fag. Why she was acompanying a Marine
boarding party is anybody's guess

Jeezus, the whole rotten scene stinks of provocation.

If the Iranians had been in Iraqi waters, they'd have been sent to
Davey Jones' Locker pdq.

But true to form, the BBC had a specialist who rose to the occasion

The BBC for instance has already interviewed a supposed expert
regarding the map, who vouched for its authenticity. But the point is,
as Craig Murray, points out, how can such a map exist if the subject
of boundaries has never been settled between Iraq and Iran? Turns out
the expert had been referred to the BBC by the British Ministry of
Defense, who also turned out the map.

Sounds like the rerun of a bad movie we've already seen.

She says she'll be going home to her kid soon, and with a present from
the Iranian People.

We just hope she doesn't go home with a good Iranian Bun in the Oven


--
Le vent à Dos
Davey Crockett [No 4Q to reply]
post #8 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

Davey Crockett wrote:
> * Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> a écrit
>> Curtis L. Russell wrote:
>>> People like bull****, too, but you don't see rbr pandering to that
>>> group, do you?

>> No, we prefer whale****.

>
> Davey puts on his "Save the Whales" hat whilst fondly remembering the
> Whaling boats and the Men who manned them
>
> Sheesh, everybody wanted to be a Whaler when he was a kid
>

Hey, there's still good money in ambergris.
post #9 of 17

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Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> wrote in news:460e7cc5$0$21254
$ec3e2dad@news.usenetmonster.com:

> rick-paulos@uiowa.edu wrote:
>> Is it APRIL FOOLS day already?

>
> We use the LIVEDRUNK amended Julian calendar on rbr.
>
>


I thought LIVEDRUNK(tm) used the Julepian calendar.

--
Bill Asher
post #10 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

William Asher wrote:
> Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> We use the LIVEDRUNK amended Julian calendar on rbr.

>
> I thought LIVEDRUNK(tm) used the Julepian calendar.


Argh. Good joke, but the beer is called Jupiler.


--
E. Dronkert
post #11 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

On 3/31/07 12:45 PM, in article 460eac3e$0$330$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl,
"Ewoud Dronkert" <firstname@lastname.net.invalid> wrote:

> William Asher wrote:
>> Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> We use the LIVEDRUNK amended Julian calendar on rbr.

>>
>> I thought LIVEDRUNK(tm) used the Julepian calendar.

>
> Argh. Good joke, but the beer is called Jupiler.




Wouldn't you rather have the gin in a mint julep?




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post #12 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

On Mar 31, 11:45 am, Ewoud Dronkert <firstn...@lastname.net.invalid>
wrote:
> William Asher wrote:
> > Donald Munro <fat-dumb...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> We use the LIVEDRUNK amended Julian calendar on rbr.

>
> > I thought LIVEDRUNK(tm) used the Julepian calendar.

>
> Argh. Good joke, but the beer is called Jupiler.
>


The Netherlands and the US: two countries
separated by a common language.

Ben
post #13 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

bjw@mambo.ucolick.org wrote:
> On Mar 31, 11:45 am, Ewoud Dronkert wrote:
>> William Asher wrote:
>>> Donald Munro <fat-dumb...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> We use the LIVEDRUNK amended Julian calendar on rbr.
>>> I thought LIVEDRUNK(tm) used the Julepian calendar.

>> Argh. Good joke, but the beer is called Jupiler.

>
> The Netherlands and the US: two countries
> separated by a common language.


Yeah, I looked it up and, surprise!, julep is a word. I didn't know.
Sorry Asher.


--
E. Dronkert
post #14 of 17

Re: Ciontador's A- sample is Positive!

Ewoud Dronkert <firstname@lastname.net.invalid> wrote in news:460fcd2d$0
$330$e4fe514c@news.xs4all.nl:

>
> Yeah, I looked it up and, surprise!, julep is a word. I didn't know.
> Sorry Asher.


I know I am, but there's no need to rub it in.

Anyway, I had forgotten there was a Jupiler beer or I probably would have
used it instead. It also struck me that there might in fact be a
Julepian *and* a Jupilerian calender, separated in how the years are
numbered by some weird amount, or maybe one has the numbers declining
until the Doomsday (i.e., Day of the Dry Taps), so that two secret
societies don't meet when they are supposed to because one uses the
Juliperian calender and the other uses the Julepian calender. This
prevents the secret societies from taking over the world. The whole
story then becomes fictionalized by Umberto Eco in a novel.

--
Bill Asher
post #15 of 17

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Donald Munro <fat-dumbass@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:460ff3a8$0$4986$ec3e2dad@news.usenetmonster.com:

>
> Sounds like another one of Curtis's dyspeptic dreams, and in this case
> he'd probably wake up in a cold sweat at the thought of such a
> doomsday.
>


The nice thing about doomsdays is that once you get through them, the worst
is over and you can get on with your life.

--
Bill Asher
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