Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by Joffey, 14 Feb 2018.
Armstrong's penalty reflected his actions not that he's a bell-end
Then the others should be banned for life as well, not managing teams and having their results stand.
And I wouldn’t say he’s a bell end either. He’s no fool. He’s a pretty nasty piece of work, but he’s no fool.
Armstrong is a complex and subtle mixture of Dick Dastardly and all of the baddies out of Scooby Doo who ever said "I would have got away with it..."
If only he hadn't made his 2009 comeback the statute of limitations would have protected him, as it does Bjarne Riis. That's why Riis' TdF victory stands (with an asterisk) and Armstrong's don't.
Tyler Hamilton is Muttley.
If anyone wants to rehash the Armstrong argument, I can offer you these 196 pages and that's part 2 of the original ping pong match...
158 pages here also for your reading pleasure:
It probably reads like a Booker winning novel...
Separate names with a comma.