Re: This disgraceful pile makes Tanya Harding look classy



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Howard Kveck

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In article <[email protected]>,
RonSonic <[email protected]> wrote:

> This is the first morning that I have been happy to find that my local paper
> continues to completely ignoring the Floyd hearing.


They did hit on it on NPR's morning marketplace section today. Diana Nyad:
"Cycling is in a real crisis!"

>
> Greg LeMond proves himself a hypocrite - simultaineously using his story as a
> reason to not hide something, while continuing to actually hide it. He pretty
> obviously went to the prosecution to offer his testimony. There really is no
> reason for the USADA to have sought him out for a witness otherwise. Unless
> they just wanted a big-name, generic whiner to complain about doping.


He's starting to come across as one of those guys who sees a crime getting a lot
of publicity and he shows up to confess - over and over.

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Howard

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Stu Fleming

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Howard Kveck wrote:

> He's starting to come across as one of those guys who sees a crime getting a lot
> of publicity and he shows up to confess - over and over.


He dislikes people getting a lot of publicity by (allegedly) doping to
do what he did (allegedly) cleanly. Roughly speaking, if true cyclists
of LeMond's era were poets, the current bunch are "poetasters".
 
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Howard Kveck

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In article <[email protected]>, Stu Fleming <[email protected]> wrote:

> Howard Kveck wrote:
>
> > He's starting to come across as one of those guys who sees a crime
> > getting a lot
> > of publicity and he shows up to confess - over and over.

>
> He dislikes people getting a lot of publicity by (allegedly) doping to
> do what he did (allegedly) cleanly. Roughly speaking, if true cyclists
> of LeMond's era were poets, the current bunch are "poetasters".


Or "faux-ets"...

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Howard

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