View Poll Results: Who Will Win The Tour De France

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  • Lance Armstrong

    26 96.30%
  • Ivan Basso

    0 0%
  • Jan Ullrich

    0 0%
  • Iban Mayo

    0 0%
  • Levi Leipheimer

    0 0%
  • Roberto Heras

    0 0%
  • Floyd Landis

    0 0%
  • Robbie McEwen

    0 0%
  • Santiago Botero

    0 0%
  • Francisco Mancebo

    1 3.70%
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  1. #101  
    oui.
  2. #102  
    Every little breeze seems to whisper Louise.
    Birds in the trees seem to twitter Louise.
    MaxiMunK.com The Forum That Asks, "Are You Not Entertained?"

    Remember: "Anyone that thinks the Treo should just work right out of the box, shouldn't own a Treo..."
  3. #103  
    Quote Originally Posted by HobbesIsReal
    That was my joke on 44 I take full credit for stealing from Bob Roll on OLNtv!
    I should have read the whle thread...that joke was just too obvious not to have been done before. (And like all great humor, is based on some truth.)
  4. #104  
    Quote Originally Posted by HobbesIsReal
    NO....it is just we often laugh at them not liking us.
    ahh touche...
  5. #105  
    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    you americans really don't like the french eh?
    It's not that we don't like them we just feel they are inconsequential.
  6. #106  
    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    It's not that we don't like them we just feel they are inconsequential.
    I want to go back to France (maybe to live)...when they find out you're Canadian, they love you to death...and the same thing in Holland (the Netherlands)
  7. #107  
    They are dragging Lance across the coals with insufficient evidence. Is it in France you're guilty until proven innocent?

    I would love to see Lance come out of retirement to take the Tour next year. That would be great!
  8. #108  
    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    They are dragging Lance across the coals with insufficient evidence. Is it in France you're guilty until proven innocent?

    I would love to see Lance come out of retirement to take the Tour next year. That would be great!
    the bashing is because of jealousy....
  9. #109  
    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    I want to go back to France (maybe to live)...when they find out you're Canadian, they love you to death...and the same thing in Holland (the Netherlands)
    mmmmmmmmmm, Amsterdam.
  10. #110  
    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    mmmmmmmmmm, Amsterdam.
    yeah that would be sweet...especially if i'm there with a pharma company
  11. #111  
    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    I want to go back to France (maybe to live)...when they find out you're Canadian, they love you to death...and the same thing in Holland (the Netherlands)
    If you do, be sure you march down the Champs Elysees wearing a uniform and carrying a rifle. They'll really open their doors for you then!!



    this is only a joke, I love the French!
    MaxiMunK.com The Forum That Asks, "Are You Not Entertained?"

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  12. #112  
    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    mmmmmmmmmm, Amsterdam.
    damn dope smokin' left wing hippie!!!
    MaxiMunK.com The Forum That Asks, "Are You Not Entertained?"

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  13. #113  
    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    If you do, be sure you march down the Champs Elysees wearing a uniform and carrying a rifle. They'll really open their doors for you then!!
    yes but then I would be a nut...which really isnt new...but naw..."I'm from Montreal Quebec...." and boom insta help
  14. #114  
    Alligations of doping not true! Got this article from SI.

    Nothing on Lance
    Cycling federation says it has no evidence of doping
    Posted: Friday September 9, 2005 11:12AM; Updated: Friday September 9, 2005 1:06PM


    Lance Armstrong has responded angrily to the doping charges against him, questioning the validity of the evidence.
    Simon Bruty/SI






    AIGLE, Switzerland (AP) -- Cycling's governing body said Friday it had received no evidence of doping by Lance Armstrong and criticized world doping authorities and a French sports newspaper for making allegations against the seven-time Tour de France champion.

    "The UCI has not to date received any official information or document" from anti-doping authorities or the laboratory reportedly involved in the testing of urine samples from the 1999 Tour de France, the cycling federation said.

    Allegations that EPO was found in Armstrong's 1999 urine samples were first reported by the French sports daily L'Equipe last month.

    Armstrong has angrily denied the charges, saying he was the victim of a "witch hunt." He questioned the validity of testing samples frozen six years ago, and how the samples were handled.

    UCI said it was still gathering information and had asked the World Anti-Doping Agency and the French laboratory for more background. It also wanted to know who commissioned the research and who agreed to make it public.

    "How could this be done without the riders' consent?" the UCI said.

    It also asked WADA to say if it allowed the results to be disseminated, which UCI says is a "breach of WADA's anti-doping code."

    "We have substantial concerns about the impact of this matter on the integrity of the overall drug testing regime of the Olympic movement, and in particular the questions it raises over the trustworthiness of some of the sports and political authorities active in the anti-doping fight," the UCI said.

    UCI president Hein Verbruggen has asked for harsh sanctions against dopers and suggested Armstrong should face sanctions if here were shown to be guilty.

    He also told Friday's Le Figaro that Armstrong had proposed before the Tour that all of his urine samples be kept for tests over the next 10 years.

    UCI said it was still "awaiting plausible answers" to its requests to WADA and the laboratory.

    "We deplore the fact that the long-established and entrenched confidentiality principle could be violated in such a flagrant way without any respect for fair play and the rider's privacy," it said.

    UCI singled out WADA president **** Pound for making "public statements about the likely guilt of an athlete on the basis of a newspaper article and without all the facts being known."

    It also criticized the article in L'Equipe as "targeting a particular athlete."

    L'Equipe said it would react of UCI's criticism in Saturday editions. Tour de France organizers had no immediate reaction, spokesman Matthieu Desplats said.

    Claude Droussent, the editor of L'Equipe, denied his newspaper targeted Armstrong because he is American, and said it would have treated a French rider the same.

    Armstrong retired after winning his seventh straight Tour title in July, but said this week he is considering a comeback. He plans to attend the Discovery Channel team training camp this winter.
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