Cipo to mental hospital?

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  1. Why not? He seems to be following Pantani as an absentee rider...
     
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  2. Carl Sundquist wrote:

    > Why not? He seems to be following Pantani as an absentee rider...

    On the contrary, Cipo won something this year.
     
  3. > Why not? He seems to be following Pantani as an absentee rider...
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    Cipo is like a ghost rider. Always at the race, but never riding.
     
  4. lazysegall

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    On the contrary Cipo's failure comes from laziness not losing his chemistry set.
     
  5. Sonarrat

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    "lazysegall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Richard Adams wrote:
    > > Carl Sundquist wrote:

    > > > Why not? He seems to be following Pantani as an absentee rider...

    > > On the contrary, Cipo won something this year.

    > On the contrary Cipo's failure comes from laziness not losing his chemistry set.

    If Petacchi can sustain half of the momentum he's got right now, Cipo might turn around sometime
    soon and realize he's been replaced... if, indeed, that isn't already starting to sink in.

    Great way to go out with a bang, though. Man must have nothing to lose.

    -Sonarrat.
     
  6. "Sonarrat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > If Petacchi can sustain half of the momentum he's got right now, Cipo might turn around sometime
    > soon and realize he's been replaced

    Right now, on the bike, the only thing propping up Cipo is the jersey.

    Off the bike, Petacchi probably has much to learn about style and showmanship.

    When Petacchi poses with topless models at the team's annual intro and in bike mags, the transition
    will be complete.
     
  7. Nev Shea

    Nev Shea Guest

    "Carl Sundquist" <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:

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    > "Sonarrat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> If Petacchi can sustain half of the momentum he's got right now, Cipo might turn around sometime
    >> soon and realize he's been replaced
    >
    > Right now, on the bike, the only thing propping up Cipo is the jersey.
    >
    > Off the bike, Petacchi probably has much to learn about style and showmanship.
    >
    > When Petacchi poses with topless models at the team's annual intro and in bike mags, the
    > transition will be complete.

    heh yeah, and when he gets a team built around him, he can have them get jerseys with cheetah spots
    signifying they're the fastest -- and they eat the pussies in the zebra stripes.

    NS
     
  8. Howard Kveck

    Howard Kveck Guest

    In article <[email protected]>, "Carl Sundquist" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "Sonarrat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > If Petacchi can sustain half of the momentum he's got right now, Cipo might turn around sometime
    > > soon and realize he's been replaced
    >
    > Right now, on the bike, the only thing propping up Cipo is the jersey.
    >
    > Off the bike, Petacchi probably has much to learn about style and showmanship.

    He does need work on the three-day stubble front, as well as his use of hair care products. Some
    Super Mario Mousse, maybe?

    >
    > When Petacchi poses with topless models at the team's annual intro and in bike mags, the
    > transition will be complete.
    >
    >

    --
    tanx, Howard

    "Head of a cat, body of a monkey, Here comes a plague upon the land." The Billy Nayer Show

    remove YOUR SHOES to reply, ok?
     
  9. Sonarrat wrote:

    > "lazysegall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >>Richard Adams wrote:
    >> > Carl Sundquist wrote:
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    >> > > Why not? He seems to be following Pantani as an absentee rider...
    >
    >
    >> > On the contrary, Cipo won something this year.
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    >
    >>On the contrary Cipo's failure comes from laziness not losing his chemistry set.
    >
    >
    > If Petacchi can sustain half of the momentum he's got right now, Cipo might turn around sometime
    > soon and realize he's been replaced... if, indeed, that isn't already starting to sink in.
    >
    > Great way to go out with a bang, though. Man must have nothing to lose.

    Yeah, Cipo will be a hit in Italy for a long time and he knows it. Better watch out though, if
    Petacchia adopts the habit of carrying a comb, to make himself look good just before crossing the
    finish line.
     
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