Lemond / Armstrong book



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Charles

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What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era to
the Armstrong era? It has a composite picture on the cover of an anguished
Lemond and an up-and-coming youngster Armstrong.

Chuck
 
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Jim Burlant

Guest
I believe you're referring to "A Season In Turmoil" by Samuel Abt.

Jim Burlant
 
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Bob Schwartz

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Charles wrote:
> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era to
> the Armstrong era? It has a composite picture on the cover of an anguished
> Lemond and an up-and-coming youngster Armstrong.


A Season in Turmoil by Samuel Abt.

Bob Schwartz
 
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Robert Chung

Guest
Charles wrote:
> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
> to the Armstrong era?


Barbarians at the Gate.
 
C

Charles

Guest
Thanks y'all. I just found and bought it on EBay. I like Abt's writing.
"Bob Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Charles wrote:
> > What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era

to
> > the Armstrong era? It has a composite picture on the cover of an

anguished
> > Lemond and an up-and-coming youngster Armstrong.

>
> A Season in Turmoil by Samuel Abt.
>
> Bob Schwartz
>
 
Robert Chung wrote:
> Charles wrote:
> > What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
> > to the Armstrong era?

>
> Barbarians at the Gate.


Oedipus at Colonus.
 
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Robert Chung

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[email protected] wrote:
> Robert Chung wrote:
>> Charles wrote:
>>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
>>> to the Armstrong era?

>>
>> Barbarians at the Gate.

>
> Oedipus at Colonus.


An Inconvenient Truth.
 
Robert Chung wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
> > Robert Chung wrote:
> >> Charles wrote:
> >>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
> >>> to the Armstrong era?
> >>
> >> Barbarians at the Gate.

> >
> > Oedipus at Colonus.

>
> An Inconvenient Truth.


A Commotion in the Blood.
 
[email protected] wrote:
> Robert Chung wrote:
> > [email protected] wrote:
> > > Robert Chung wrote:
> > >> Charles wrote:
> > >>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
> > >>> to the Armstrong era?
> > >>
> > >> Barbarians at the Gate.
> > >
> > > Oedipus at Colonus.

> >
> > An Inconvenient Truth.

>
> A Commotion in the Blood.


Gobble Gobble Gobble?
 
[email protected] wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
> > Robert Chung wrote:
> > > [email protected] wrote:
> > > > Robert Chung wrote:
> > > >> Charles wrote:
> > > >>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
> > > >>> to the Armstrong era?
> > > >>
> > > >> Barbarians at the Gate.
> > > >
> > > > Oedipus at Colonus.
> > >
> > > An Inconvenient Truth.

> >
> > A Commotion in the Blood.

>
> Gobble Gobble Gobble?


The Man Who Ate Everything.

(Actually a great book - Bob Schwartz, you would like it.)
 
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Robert Chung

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[email protected] wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
>> [email protected] wrote:
>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>>>> Charles wrote:
>>>>>>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the
>>>>>>> LeMond era to the Armstrong era?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Barbarians at the Gate.
>>>>>
>>>>> Oedipus at Colonus.
>>>>
>>>> An Inconvenient Truth.
>>>
>>> A Commotion in the Blood.

>>
>> Gobble Gobble Gobble?

>
> The Man Who Ate Everything.
>
> (Actually a great book - Bob Schwartz, you would like it.)


I dispute Steingarten's claim about lactose intolerance.
 
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Bob Schwartz

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Robert Chung wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
>> [email protected] wrote:
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>>>>> Charles wrote:
>>>>>>>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the
>>>>>>>> LeMond era to the Armstrong era?
>>>>>>> Barbarians at the Gate.
>>>>>> Oedipus at Colonus.
>>>>> An Inconvenient Truth.
>>>> A Commotion in the Blood.
>>> Gobble Gobble Gobble?

>> The Man Who Ate Everything.
>>
>> (Actually a great book - Bob Schwartz, you would like it.)

>
> I dispute Steingarten's claim about lactose intolerance.


Lactose intolerance is better when served with red herring.

Bob Schwartz
 
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Bob Schwartz

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[email protected] wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
>> [email protected] wrote:
>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>>> Robert Chung wrote:
>>>>>> Charles wrote:
>>>>>>> What is the title of the book about the transition from the LeMond era
>>>>>>> to the Armstrong era?
>>>>>> Barbarians at the Gate.
>>>>> Oedipus at Colonus.
>>>> An Inconvenient Truth.
>>> A Commotion in the Blood.

>> Gobble Gobble Gobble?

>
> The Man Who Ate Everything.
>
> (Actually a great book - Bob Schwartz, you would like it.)


Some day you will all come around to my view of andouillette.

Bob Schwartz
 
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h squared

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Bob Schwartz wrote:


> Some day you will all come around to view my andouillette.


hmm, is that what you call it, then?

heather
 
T

Tim Lines

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h squared wrote:
> Bob Schwartz wrote:
>
>
>> Some day you will all come around to view my andouillette.

>
>
> hmm, is that what you call it, then?
>


That's a surprisingly feminine name. Most of us go for something more
obviously male, and yet descriptive. I call mine "Sleepy". This is
appropriate on several different levels.
 
D

Donald Munro

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Bob Schwartz wrote:
>>> Some day you will all come around to view my andouillette.


h squared wrote:
>> hmm, is that what you call it, then?


Tim Lines wrote:
> That's a surprisingly feminine name. Most of us go for something more
> obviously male, and yet descriptive. I call mine "Sleepy". This is
> appropriate on several different levels.


So you and Piepoli share a favourite drink that snow white also preferred.
 
S

Stu Fleming

Guest
Donald Munro wrote:
> Bob Schwartz wrote:
>
>>>>Some day you will all come around to view my andouillette.

>
>
> h squared wrote:
>
>>>hmm, is that what you call it, then?

>
>
> Tim Lines wrote:
>
>>That's a surprisingly feminine name. Most of us go for something more
>>obviously male, and yet descriptive. I call mine "Sleepy". This is
>>appropriate on several different levels.

>
>
> So you and Piepoli share a favourite drink that snow white also preferred.
>


Rumplestiltskin.
Only because I can label it in capitals with a black magic marker.