Chris Horner better than winner of Paris-Tours!!!

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by Ewoud Dronkert, Oct 16, 2004.

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  2. yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it up
    yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about good
    riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own fumes are
    making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK you
    have... yeah bitches...
     
  3. RWM

    RWM Guest

    "erik saunders" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack
    > about
    > horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    > produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it
    > up
    > yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about
    > good
    > riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own
    > fumes are
    > making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK
    > you
    > have... yeah bitches...


    The only bad part that I can see is that we will not get to see him ride in
    person in the U.S. very much. Watching him in the during the spring races
    the last few years has been fun.
     
  4. Bob Schwartz

    Bob Schwartz Guest

    erik saunders <[email protected]> wrote:
    > yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    > horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    > produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it up
    > yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about good
    > riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own fumes are
    > making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK you
    > have... yeah bitches...


    Well, now that he's done well in a big race I promise to stop saying he's never
    done well in a big race.

    Before he did it I didn't really have a problem saying he'd never done it. But
    I'll stop now. After all, he did it.

    And if he is ever referred to as 'The American LUDO' on cyclingnews I certainly
    hope Jeff will give me credit.

    Bob Schwartz
    [email protected]
     
  5. Sonarrat

    Sonarrat Guest

    On 16 Oct 2004 18:30:46 GMT, [email protected] (erik saunders) wrote:

    >yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    >horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    >produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it up
    >yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about good
    >riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own fumes are
    >making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK you
    >have... yeah bitches...


    Well he's rather old. And if this is what he is capable of when
    extremely motivated, still fresh off the new-team jitters, and
    in-form, then I'm afraid I'm still not totally convinced. At the same
    time, I commend his abilty to make the selection in three very
    different races in the space of a week (the third being
    Milano-Torino).

    -Sonarrat.
     
  6. Sonarrat

    Sonarrat Guest

    On Sat, 16 Oct 2004 19:38:15 -0000, Bob Schwartz <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >erik saunders <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    >> horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    >> produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it up
    >> yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about good
    >> riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own fumes are
    >> making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK you
    >> have... yeah bitches...

    >
    >Well, now that he's done well in a big race I promise to stop saying he's never
    >done well in a big race.
    >
    >Before he did it I didn't really have a problem saying he'd never done it. But
    >I'll stop now. After all, he did it.
    >
    >And if he is ever referred to as 'The American LUDO' on cyclingnews I certainly
    >hope Jeff will give me credit.
    >
    >Bob Schwartz
    >[email protected]


    Nah, he's not a suicide breaker. He times his breakaways as well as
    the best classics specialists.

    -Sonarrat.
     
  7. Hey Crit Pro...where are you Crit Pro? Horner finished 11th this time,
    ahead of Dekker and a lot of other top pros. I think Horner has an apple to
    give you.


    "Ewoud Dronkert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Giro di Lombardia
    > 11 Chris Horner (USA) Saunier Duval-Prodir
    > 12 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
    >
    > Wow.
    >
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  8. Jeff Jones

    Jeff Jones Guest

    "Bob Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > And if he is ever referred to as 'The American LUDO' on cyclingnews I

    certainly
    > hope Jeff will give me credit.
    >

    No offence, but I would never refer to him as the American LUDO. I guess
    he's getting the bald look, but he needs to develop a suicidal grin.

    His 11th place today didn't surprise me at all. He is obviously one of the
    top US riders and it's clear that he can handle the longer distances. He
    rode a smart race in Lombardy, like he did at the World's (and Paris-Tours
    btw). He worked in the chase group when he and Bettini were dropped on the
    Ghisallo and made it back to the front, then saved himself for the last few
    climbs. He was never quite in contention for the win, but wasn't too far off
    it.

    Next year, I think he should be able to place in the top 10 in a few of the
    classics, but that is going to depend on how the Pro Tour works out and who
    is allowed to start what race.

    Jeff
     
  9. TritonRider

    TritonRider Guest

    >From: "Jeff Jones" [email protected]

    >Next year, I think he should be able to place in the top 10 in a few of the
    >classics, but that is going to depend on how the Pro Tour works out and who
    >is allowed to start what race.
    >
    >Jeff
    >

    And that's going to be a huge mess. Should give you lots to write about though
    before it's over.
    Bill C
     
  10. K. Gringioni

    K. Gringioni Guest

    [email protected] (erik saunders) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    > horner?...


    <snip>


    Dumbass -

    Like you imply: they are morons. It's been clear for 2-3 years now
    that Horner was/is superior to the N. American competition, even in
    races where European based Division 1 teams were present.

    The question is: why didn't USPS ever offer him a contract? He was
    kicking the shit out of their riders on a regular basis.

    The rumour is that LANCE doesn't like him. That's just grapevine, take
    it for what it's worth (nothing).

    It'll be good to see Horner get a crack at the Euro schedule when his
    head will (hopefully) be screwed on straight (unlike what he was with
    FdJ).

    K. Gringioni.
     
  11. Tom Kunich

    Tom Kunich Guest

    "K. Gringioni" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]google.com...
    >
    > The rumour is that LANCE doesn't like him. That's just grapevine, take
    > it for what it's worth (nothing).


    Stick it in your ear Henry. Horner doesn't much like Armstrong and for good
    reason. When Horner was asked to give an interview at the SFGP and he took
    the time to show up to the reporters area, Lance got there about the same
    time and they swarmed him and not a person so much as looked at Horner.

    > It'll be good to see Horner get a crack at the Euro schedule when his
    > head will (hopefully) be screwed on straight (unlike what he was with
    > FdJ).


    Another gem of wisdom from Henry the Ape.
     
  12. Ewoud Dronkert wrote:

    > Giro di Lombardia
    > 11 Chris Horner (USA) Saunier Duval-Prodir
    > 12 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
    >
    > Wow.
    >


    Hey Dumbasses,

    Anything off the podium in pro racing is called losing. This ain't gym
    class.

    Magilla
     
  13. k.j.papai

    k.j.papai Guest

    "MagillaGorilla" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    >
    > Ewoud Dronkert wrote:
    >
    >> Giro di Lombardia
    >> 11 Chris Horner (USA) Saunier Duval-Prodir
    >> 12 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
    >> Wow.
    >>

    >
    > Hey Dumbasses,
    >
    > Anything off the podium in pro racing is called losing. This ain't gym
    > class.
    >
    > Magilla


    Go back to the zoo your stupid ape.
     
  14. Tom Kunich wrote:

    > "K. Gringioni" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>The rumour is that LANCE doesn't like him. That's just grapevine, take
    >>it for what it's worth (nothing).

    >
    >
    > Stick it in your ear Henry. Horner doesn't much like Armstrong and for good
    > reason. When Horner was asked to give an interview at the SFGP and he took
    > the time to show up to the reporters area, Lance got there about the same
    > time and they swarmed him and not a person so much as looked at Horner.
    >
    >
    >>It'll be good to see Horner get a crack at the Euro schedule when his
    >>head will (hopefully) be screwed on straight (unlike what he was with
    >>FdJ).

    >
    >
    > Another gem of wisdom from Henry the Ape.
    >
    >


    Tom,

    So you think that because the press swarmed Lance instead of Horner,
    that that gives Horner a "good reason" to not like Lance?

    You are a gay blade. Not only that, but you are wrong. Horner doesn't
    dislike Lance. You're making stuff up in your own mind and then passing
    it off as reality.

    Jesus Christ.


    Magilla
     
  15. RWM wrote:

    > "erik saunders" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack
    >>about
    >>horner?... where are all the people who wanted "proof" that horner could
    >>produce at this level?... its only gonna get better my freinds... eat it
    >>up
    >>yall.. i know bike racing and you fools dont know a got-damned thing about
    >>good
    >>riders... put down the velonews and get off the toilet where your own
    >>fumes are
    >>making you so high as to rob you of the analytical ability that you THINK
    >>you
    >>have... yeah bitches...

    >
    >
    > The only bad part that I can see is that we will not get to see him ride in
    > person in the U.S. very much. Watching him in the during the spring races
    > the last few years has been fun.
    >
    >


    The Olympic Trials were in the Spring (June 18). And it sure was fun
    watching Horner race in Redlands and then give quotes about how he was
    so much better than the winner of the race, Jason McCartney.

    Take that all you horny Horner-lovers.

    Magilla
     
  16. Ewoud Dronkert wrote:

    > Giro di Lombardia
    > 11 Chris Horner (USA) Saunier Duval-Prodir
    > 12 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
    >
    > Wow.
    >


    Big whoop. Horner beat a guy with a steel rod in his leg to keep it
    together.

    The real pros are vacationing in the Canary Islands in October. Either
    that or suing people in England and France.

    Dumbasses,


    Magilla
     
  17. Amit

    Amit Guest

    [email protected] (K. Gringioni) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > [email protected] (erik saunders) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > > yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking smack about
    > > horner?...

    >
    > <snip>
    >
    >
    > Dumbass -
    >
    > Like you imply: they are morons. It's been clear for 2-3 years now
    > that Horner was/is superior to the N. American competition, even in
    > races where European based Division 1 teams were present.


    dumbass,

    it's mainly chris mcreynolds who says horner will choke in europe. we
    all know his reputation.
     
  18. Amit

    Amit Guest

    MagillaGorilla <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Ewoud Dronkert wrote:
    >
    > > Giro di Lombardia
    > > 11 Chris Horner (USA) Saunier Duval-Prodir
    > > 12 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
    > >
    > > Wow.
    > >

    >
    > Hey Dumbasses,
    >
    > Anything off the podium in pro racing is called losing. This ain't gym
    > class.
    >
    > Magilla


    dumbass,

    that's correct. pro sports isn't gym class, success is measured by the
    size of your paycheque, not when you cross the line.

    do you think cipollini likes getting highlights and dressing like a
    gay acrobat ? it's for the money
     
  19. On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 00:03:37 -0400, MagillaGorilla wrote:
    > Big whoop.


    Yeah!! My first successful troll. Damn, and here I go spoiling my troll
    index.

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  20. Chris

    Chris Guest

    "Amit" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > [email protected] (K. Gringioni) wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > [email protected] (erik saunders) wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > > yeah.. whats up now?... where are all the people who were talking

    smack about
    > > > horner?...

    > >
    > > <snip>
    > >
    > >
    > > Dumbass -
    > >
    > > Like you imply: they are morons. It's been clear for 2-3 years now
    > > that Horner was/is superior to the N. American competition, even in
    > > races where European based Division 1 teams were present.

    >
    > dumbass,
    >
    > it's mainly chris mcreynolds who says horner will choke in europe. we
    > all know his reputation.


    Amit,

    Fuck you too.
     
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