Radio Interview With Bob Roll



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Klay Anderson

Guest
While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.

<http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

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Regards,

Klay Anderson
http://www.klay.com
+801-942-8346
 
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Dewey B

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Klay Anderson wrote:
> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
>
> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> Klay Anderson
> http://www.klay.com
> +801-942-8346


That was great. Thanks for the link.
 
Dewey B wrote:
> Klay Anderson wrote:
> > While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> > interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
> >
> > <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>
> >
> > --
> > Regards,
> >
> > Klay Anderson
> > http://www.klay.com
> > +801-942-8346

>
> That was great. Thanks for the link.


ditto.
 
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B. Lafferty

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"Klay Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid
> interview.
>
> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> Klay Anderson
> http://www.klay.com
> +801-942-8346


Thanks. Nice that Bob is staying nice and high.
 
M

Marty

Guest
Klay Anderson wrote:
> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
>
> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>


So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
about a positive? I don't believe that.
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Marty
 
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B. Lafferty

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"Marty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Klay Anderson wrote:
>> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
>> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid
>> interview.
>>
>> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

>
> So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> about a positive? I don't believe that.
> --
> Marty
>

All kidding aside, the Roll interview really give an interesting insight
into the psychology of the cycling insider. Roll reminded me of Dickey V.
denying for years that he was a doper only to say that he was but he really
wasn't because everyone else did it and if you don't test positive you're
clean. He's totally bought into the Lance Armstrong theory of Anglo-French
relations.
 
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sonarrat

Guest
Marty wrote:
> Klay Anderson wrote:
>
>>While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
>>interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
>>
>><http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

>
>
> So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> about a positive? I don't believe that.


It certainly wouldn't be all over the news here.
 
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Marty

Guest
sonarrat wrote:
> Marty wrote:
> > Klay Anderson wrote:
> >
> >>While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> >>interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
> >>
> >><http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

> >
> >
> > So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> > about a positive? I don't believe that.

>
> It certainly wouldn't be all over the news here.


Well, yea. But WE'd still care and it would still be all over here
(RBR). I don't remember Virenque getting off easy when he was busted.
I think it would be big in the cycling community regardless of
nationality. French or not, we'd hear about it. Yes?
--
Marty
 
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Floyd Cheated

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Marty wrote:
> sonarrat wrote:
> > Marty wrote:
> > > Klay Anderson wrote:
> > >
> > >>While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
> > >>interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid interview.
> > >>
> > >><http://kcpw.org/article/1457>
> > >
> > >
> > > So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> > > about a positive? I don't believe that.

> >
> > It certainly wouldn't be all over the news here.

>
> Well, yea. But WE'd still care and it would still be all over here
> (RBR). I don't remember Virenque getting off easy when he was busted.
> I think it would be big in the cycling community regardless of
> nationality. French or not, we'd hear about it. Yes?
> --
> Marty


the five geeks in RBR, maybe. Ask your co-workers in your cubicle city
how many have heard of Heras, and the 2005 EPO bust after he won the
Vuelta.
 
F

Fred Fredburger

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B. Lafferty wrote:

> He's totally bought into the Lance Armstrong theory of Anglo-French
> relations.


You're absolutely wrong about here.

Bob Roll's theory of French Psychology pre-dates the LA theory by at
least a decade. Ever hear him say "Toor Day Frantz?" Know why he does
it? The LA theory is a mere reformulation of that.

Bob Roll didn't buy into LA's theory, LA bought Roll's.
 
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RonSonic

Guest
On Tue, 15 Aug 2006 00:34:35 GMT, "B. Lafferty" <[email protected]> wrote:

>
>"Marty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]
>> Klay Anderson wrote:
>>> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
>>> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid
>>> interview.
>>>
>>> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

>>
>> So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
>> about a positive? I don't believe that.
>> --
>> Marty
>>

>All kidding aside, the Roll interview really give an interesting insight
>into the psychology of the cycling insider. Roll reminded me of Dickey V.
>denying for years that he was a doper only to say that he was but he really
>wasn't because everyone else did it and if you don't test positive you're
>clean. He's totally bought into the Lance Armstrong theory of Anglo-French
>relations.


Bob was there before they took Lance's training wheels off. Back when there'd
be maybe three English speakers in a race, maybe.

Besides, I don't know if Bob "buys in to" anybody's theories. He seems pretty
well settled on his own ideas about things. His outlook on doping in the sport
sounds very much like that of anyone who's been following it or been a part of
it since before the days of clicky shifters.

I get the impression that if Bob had Lance's legs or freak metabolism the French
would REALLY hate him. He'd see to it.

Ron
 
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Marty

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"Floyd Cheated" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
> Marty wrote:
>> sonarrat wrote:
>> > Marty wrote:
>> > > Klay Anderson wrote:
>> > >
>> > >>While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll
>> > >>was
>> > >>interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute
>> > >>candid interview.
>> > >>
>> > >><http://kcpw.org/article/1457>
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
>> > > about a positive? I don't believe that.
>> >
>> > It certainly wouldn't be all over the news here.

>>
>> Well, yea. But WE'd still care and it would still be all over here
>> (RBR). I don't remember Virenque getting off easy when he was busted.
>> I think it would be big in the cycling community regardless of
>> nationality. French or not, we'd hear about it. Yes?
>> --
>> Marty

>
> the five geeks in RBR, maybe. Ask your co-workers in your cubicle city
> how many have heard of Heras, and the 2005 EPO bust after he won the
> Vuelta.


Hey, how did you know that I was in a cubicle city when I posted that
message?
--
Marty
 
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benjo maso

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"Marty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Klay Anderson wrote:
>> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
>> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid
>> interview.
>>
>> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

>
> So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> about a positive? I don't believe that.


I would be very much surprised if anti-dopingers tests are never bending the
rules, but the main motive behind it won't be the nationality of the
athlete. but euros or dollars. After all, when a lot of money is at stake
corruption is almost unavoidable. As ex-rider Jean-Christophe Currit once
revealed, in his days there were always some physicians willing to cover up
a positive test in exchange for a bribe of $ 6,000 to $ 10,000. That was
10-12 years ago and right now it will be much more. Perhaps if Landis had
been French, he would have known better how to make a deal ...

Benjo
 
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Tom Kunich

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"Marty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Klay Anderson wrote:
>> While in Salt Lake City UT for the Tour Of Utah last week, Bob Roll was
>> interviewed by the local NPR station. A great little 20 minute candid
>> interview.
>>
>> <http://kcpw.org/article/1457>

>
> So, if Floyd was a French cyclist, we would never have heard anything
> about a positive? I don't believe that.


Anyone else notice that Bob said EXACTLY what I've been saying? It isn't the
French PEOPLE but the French upper classes who are the problem?