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Old 07-06-07, 01:17 PM   #1
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Stuttgart Councilwoman Tries to Dictate to UCI

http://www.velonews.com/news/fea/12590.0.html

See the last three paragraphs. Some people don't seem to have any sense of perspective.
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http://www.velonews.com/news/fea/12590.0.html

See the last three paragraphs.
Some people don't seem to have any sense of perspective.
just another johnny-come-lately that's shocked by the doping scandals of the past 12 months. i've seen plenty on this forum, and more than a few in real life.

c'est la vie.
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just another johnny-come-lately that's shocked by the doping scandals of the past 12 months. i've seen plenty on this forum, and more than a few in real life.

c'est la vie.
Friggin Europeans.
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Friggin Europeans.
correct.

that's what they call us folk who grew up east of the hudson.
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that's what they call us folk who grew up east of the hudson.
I like to group people into easily identifiable stereotypes so I can make easier judgments. You live in Europe, right?
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I like to group people into easily identifiable stereotypes so I can make easier judgments. You live in Europe, right?
if it's east of the Hudson, then it's Europe.
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if it's east of the Hudson, then it's Europe.

Whoa...I'm European? I always thought I was a non conforming Puritan that believes in same sex marriages, unionized labor and socialized health care. Wait a minute that is European.
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if it's east of the Hudson, then it's Europe.

trust me, Newfoundland is east of the Hudson and it is not Europe.
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'"Perhaps we'll have to reach the conclusion that a spectacular cancellation (of the championships) would herald the new start cycling needs," he argued.

Only draining & infusing them daily with UCI approved blood will provide the results he is looking for.
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"Whoever has taken drugs before shouldn't be allowed to compete in these world championships which want to be seen as a fresh start," she said.

she must not realize there would be NO ONE left to race with this standard. gota love grandstanding politicians.
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yeah they're the tops. most deserve to die. anyway, she must be forgetting about all the women from her country in the early 90s in the Olympics.
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