AMBER ALERT: BRIAN LAFF-AT-ME



Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
1-800-GOLANCE.
 
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Bill C

Guest
critp[email protected] wrote:
> Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
> of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
> brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
> 1-800-GOLANCE.


Talk about clueless! Not a damned thing right, since I'd doubt Brian
has an Armani.
Bill C
 
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B. Lafferty

Guest
"Bill C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> [email protected] wrote:
>> Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
>> of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
>> brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
>> 1-800-GOLANCE.

>
> Talk about clueless! Not a damned thing right, since I'd doubt Brian
> has an Armani.
> Bill C
>

No in years. The used to be a really great clothing place in Grand Central
Station that sold Armani suits, normally $1200 for around $300. Lovely
stuff.
 
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RicodJour

Guest
B. Lafferty wrote:
> "Bill C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >
> > [email protected] wrote:
> >> Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
> >> of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
> >> brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
> >> 1-800-GOLANCE.

> >
> > Talk about clueless! Not a damned thing right, since I'd doubt Brian
> > has an Armani.
> > Bill C
> >

> No in years. The used to be a really great clothing place in Grand Central
> Station that sold Armani suits, normally $1200 for around $300. Lovely
> stuff.


That was _outside_ Grand Central Station. Right next to the guy
selling umbrellas.

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Donald Munro

Guest
B. Lafferty wrote:
> No in years. The used to be a really great clothing place in Grand Central
> Station that sold Armani suits, normally $1200 for around $300. Lovely
> stuff.


How do you spell armani in taiwanese ?
 
[email protected] wrote:
> Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
> of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
> brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
> 1-800-GOLANCE.


I'm not certain, but I believe he's posting under the pseudonym
"Allez1".

The tone and structure of the posts are so similar as to lead me to
that conclusion.

Fred
 
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B. Lafferty

Guest
"RicodJour" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> B. Lafferty wrote:
>> "Bill C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>> >
>> > [email protected] wrote:
>> >> Last seen posting recently to rec.bicycles.racing, missing since news
>> >> of Lance exoneration broke. 5' 2", bald, pot belly, wearing imitation
>> >> brown Armani suit. Any information on his whereabouts please dial
>> >> 1-800-GOLANCE.
>> >
>> > Talk about clueless! Not a damned thing right, since I'd doubt Brian
>> > has an Armani.
>> > Bill C
>> >

>> No in years. The used to be a really great clothing place in Grand
>> Central
>> Station that sold Armani suits, normally $1200 for around $300. Lovely
>> stuff.

>
> That was _outside_ Grand Central Station. Right next to the guy
> selling umbrellas.
>
> R
>

LOL. Actually, it was inside. It was a clothing concession within another,
larger shop run by a family of exiled Iranian Jews. I found out about the
place from an attorney friend who worked for a garment district law firm
specializing in the rag trade. Armani eventually got an injunction
preventing them from selling his stuff. IIRC, they then began selling
Cerutti at a similar discount.

BTW, there were several guys outside selling umbrellas. Which one were you
referring to?